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TRIUMPH ROADSTER 2000  1949  Previous Show Winner

TRIUMPH ROADSTER 2000 1949 Previous Show Winner    


This lovely striking Triumph Roadster 2000 has been know to us for many years. It was owned by a very prominent member of the Northern roadster club from the mid 80s, he later had the car fully restored before being displayed for some years in a museum. During the 1990s and later the car has been exhibited at many club meets and shows- winning many prizes- featured on the front cover of classic car mags (copy availed) and the Roadster club review to name but a few

Finished in its correct livery of champagne gold with light tan leather upholstery really shows this beauty off to its best advantage. The car has been well cared for over the years, and the coach work is still in superb condition along the all the chrome and the nicely mellowed leather upholstery looks just right. Really good strong mechanics, just been completely serviced last month to include de-coke and valves reground now all running very sweetly

Previously supplied by us to the last owner who has continued to enjoy owning this fine motor car, along with the added bonus of picking up some prizes on the way. With the start of the classic season just starting to unfold, this would make the perfect car to enjoy the ever growing classic scene. Debit/Credit/Cards Taken (Delivery Service Available)

  £ Length 14' 6" Width 4' 6" Height 0' 0"

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Morris 10.4  1932   Light six saloon

Morris 10.4 1932 Light six saloon    


Affectionately know, as Beryl this 1932 Morris 10/4 is now 84 years old, she has clearly been loved and the subject of a full restoration carried out by the last owner a few years ago

Supplied new by H Robinsons of Evesham and still proudly displays the dealers plaque on the dash board. The navy blue upholstery has all been renewed along with a new correct beige cloth headlining, and fully working rear window blind to ensure full privacy when required. Polished wood door capings all round, and the driver has a good selection of instruments to ensure all is well when she's on the move. 12volt electrics aid easy starting, and Morris were one of the first manufactures to fit hydraulic brakes all the round on the 10/4 as early as 1931

. Good looking vintage car, and they performed well with 60mph claimed when new. This one has a rear luggage rack on the back- very useful when fitted with a period wicker basket or luggage case. The radiator mascot also acts as the temperature gauge with the glass dial in the middle for the driver to observe. The underside of the car is very clean with good chassis and well maintained steering and supension, plenty of grease nipples on all moving parts as they did in those days

I am informed that the engine has been re-built and the oil pressure is well up to support this, unleaded conversion. We have just fitted new battery and carried out an engine oil service. There is a good parts back up for this model and the Morris owners club is also worth joining for useful contacts and advise. 1940s events are quite popular these days and this car would be perfect for such an event or just a trip down to the pub. Comes with the drivers handbook, Information manual and parts book, and original registration number is still on the car. Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken (Delivery Service Available to your home)

  £ 8,995 Length 12' 3" Width 0' 0" Height 0' 0"

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Jaguar MK2  Big Bumper 3.8 Manual overdrive 1963

Jaguar MK2 Big Bumper 3.8 Manual overdrive 1963     


By the tender age of 14, I was driving my fathers Jaguar Mk2. Then in the late 1960's the very first car that I sold was a Mk2 3.4 taking a Triumph herald in part exchange - and here we are almost 50 years on and I am still enjoying that special magic that these old girls never fail to deliver

This Jaguar Mk2 was a great find for us a lovely all original unrestored highly cherished example. Sold new on the 13th May 1963 to Major Pidcock MBE, specified with reclining front seats, heated rear window, and Motorola push button radio. By 1996 and in the hands of just two more owners the total mileage was at just 34,000. Purchased and sold by the highly respected XK Engineering, the last owner has cherished this car for over 19 years taking the mileage up to just 60,000 with full supporting paperwork and a thick wad of old Mots

. In order to maintain the car in first class condition a good level of maintaince has been adhered to by Jaguar specialist over and above routine servicing. Work included cylinder head removal with new valves and seats fitted. New timing chains and tensioners, carburettors fully over-hauled with new parts and plating, overdrive removed and reconditioned, brakes, steering components, the list just goes on. More recent has seen considerable re-chroming to the bumpers and other exterior parts, detailing under the bonnet and in the boot area. New high quality carpets fitted along with correct cloth headlining and door fur flex replaced

The car has appeared on the BBC's "The. Car's The Star' with Sir Quentin Willson providing the commentary and driving the car. There is a BBC letter of thanks and signed by Willson with the comments '"One of the best original examples he has ever driven look after her" along with a DVD copy of the filming

Due to advancing years and other commitments the car has been used very little over the last few years. Always regularly Mo'Td and was fully serviced at the end of last year, we have just carried out another oil service including sundries, fitted new battery and had the wire wheels refurbished. Its getting extremely hard now to find such superb unmolested examples like this one. Little bit roguish but these old Mk11s never stop captivating us all, so why can't we build cars like this today. 'Come back William Lyons we need you'. Debit/Credit/Cards/ Taken . (Delivery Service Available)

  £ 31,750 Length 15' 0" Width 5' 6" Height 0' 0"

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BSA. A50  Royal Star 500 Twin 1970

BSA. A50 Royal Star 500 Twin 1970    


BSA had recognised the need for an updated version of the A10 that would succeed in the potentially lucrative USA and other parts of the world. They were in fact an over-engineered machines and proved very robust, becoming a best seller in the UK in the early 1960s

Being a unit construction machine it eliminated places where oil could leak from, and the engine proved relatively vibration free. This bike was produced in the last year of production, so has the later and improved roller bearing fitted on the timing side and the very desirable twin leading front brake

These really are lovely bikes to ride big plus point is that you don't need to be Charles atlas to kick it over "this one starts second kick" and has that georgous British motorcycle sound from the twin chrome exhaust pipes. The bike has come from a good home and really is in lovely condition, wheels have been re-built in the past using stainless steel spokes and the general finish of the whole bike is very smart indeed. I have just enjoyed my test ride today and from the looks that I received think everyone else did to. Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken (Delivery service available)

  £ 4,750

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Vanden Plas 1300cc 1972

Vanden Plas 1300cc     1972


Vanden Plas 1300 Manual. These little cars really are the hight of luxury with wood and leather in abundance. This stunning example has been the subject of a very expensive restoration both here and in Germany on what was clearly a very sound car

Supplied new in the UK and showing just three private owners, restoration history folder, and owners maintenance and hand books. Car is presented is showroom condition and surely a worthy contender and any classic car show. Debit/Credit/Cards/taken (Deliver Service Available)

  £ Reserved Length 12' 6" Width 5' 2" Height 0' 0"

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Triumph Roadster 1800 First reg 15.12 .1947.

Triumph Roadster 1800 First reg 15.12 .1947.    


Another lovely example of the bulbous in all the right places Triumph Roadster 1800 convertible, last British car to have dicky seats located in the boot. Finished in gunmetal grey metallic with navy blue leather upholstery, matching carpets, and fully lined black mohair hood.

The car was subject to a fairly extensive restoration some years ago by a well known and highly respected club member. Work included high class paint job, fully re-chromed, new leather upholstery, dashboard and instruments re-furbished, mohair lined hood, ash wood repair and mechanical overhaul, stainless steel exhaust system, new cotton braded wiring loom, plus all the other and often forgotten items that were required to finish the car

More recent has been the fitting of a service exchange steering box plus 4 new Avon Tourist tyres. There is an invoice on file indicating an engine rebuild in 2013 fully re-sleeved with new pistons ect and showing a very healthy oil presure

As you can see from the photos the car presents itself extremely well, there is as you would expect the odd little stone chip minor mark but to be honest hardly worth mentioning, We have the original buff log book interestingly showing the first two registered keepers as ladies, copy of the owners handbook, old mots, pre restoration photos, and repair invoices. We have just carried out engine service with oils and filter all changed. Debit/Credit/Cards taken. (Delivery service available)

  £ Reserved Length 14' 7" Width 4' 7" Height 0' 0"

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Triumph Roadster 9th Sept 1947  1800

Triumph Roadster 9th Sept 1947 1800    


As the classics car market has grown over the years it has fuelled the desire to have many examples of old cars looking just like they have come off the assembly line. However in a world of everything looking like new - its kind of refreshing sometimes to have a car that has not been pulled apart on some industrial estate, instead survived pretty much as the day it left the factory. But with so few largely original examples remaining now, in some cases they can command more than their so called restored counterparts

Such is this lovely original unrestored 1947 Triumph Roadster now 68years old. The V5c states that the car was purchased by Mr Mountain in 1947 passing on many years later to his daughter (with a covering letter in the folder) then another private owner to date. With just 57,000 miles on the speedo (51,000 in 1980). Showing all the signs of having been well cared for over the years, the all important ash frame is in fine condition along with the chassis and the car displays superb shut lines on the doors with the correct metal stop straps still in place

Original leather upholstery inside the car, front bench seat is starting to show its age but still remains serviceable. Nice little dicky seats in the boot, carpets have been replaced but some time ago so now look very in keeping with the rest. Dashboard has that just right sheen look, and both jager instruments are in fine looking order. Hood has been replaced in the past, fits well and still has the correct rear glass window fitted and chrome beading

Engine runs very sweet with recent new carburettor and displays a good oil pressure, new front brake hoses have been fitted along with four new tyres. We have just changed all oils and filter, plugs/points and fitted new battery

This is a very smart attractive example with good depth of shine to all of the bodywork as per photos show. Obviously there are the odd small paint defects ect that one would expect after all these years, but thats fine on such an original example all part of the cars age and charm. Car comes with all the tools attached to the bulkhead clips, original Triumph owners handbook, and a hood envelope cover in the boot. Debit/Credit/Cards/Taken. Delivery Service Available.

  £ RESVERED Length 14' 7" Width 4' 7" Height 0' 0"

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