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1938 Morris 8 Series II

1938 Morris 8 Series II

A lovely looking car in good overall condition.  Finished in a most attractive shade of red with black wings, the car was restored a few years ago and has been maintained to a good  standard ever since.  Everything works as it should, apart from a temperamental fuel gauge.  Excellent interior, with leather seating, as-new headlining, good carpets and working sunroof.  The car also has an opening front windscreen, sought after original headlamps, working semaphores and luggage rack.  Drives well, stops well, nice gearbox.  Excellent underneath.  All in all, just ready to enjoy.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

£6,995

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1929 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon

1929 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon

This little vintage Austin Seven, according to the British Motor Museum Archive, left the factory on 22 June 1929 as a Fabric Saloon.  The car was rebuilt, we think, in the 1960s, and presumably at that point, the original bodywork had deteriorated too far and a new body was built to replicate the original as far as possible.  There are a few deviations (so please don’t telephone to tell me about them!) but  nevertheless, this is a charming little car in pretty good order, although it could do with a thorough service to bring it up to scratch.  It has been owned by the same family for eleven years, during which time it has been used and enjoyed regularly until the last couple of years, when it has languished its garage due to its owner’s health.  It has cleaned up well and the fabric bodywork is undamaged and looks good.  The metal work is also excellent, for example wings and bonnet, and the underside of the car is sound and presentable.  Tyres look to be very good.  The upholstery is moquette, to the original style and suits the car well, and there is good headlining and roller blind.  The engine runs well and the car starts and stops as you would expect.  3-speed crash gearbox and 2-bearing engine.  All in all, this cheeky little Austin is a lot of fun and waiting for the next owner to further improve, and enjoy it.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

£9,250

1932 Austin 12/6 Harley

1932 Austin 12/6 Harley

A smashing old car in lovely condition, ready for immediate use.  Nicely finished in cream and black, with attractive green leather interior, which has recently been refurbished.  The headlining is excellent and there is an opening sunroof – albeit a little reluctant at the moment.  There are many period features inside the car, incuding rear passenger footrests and armrests, passenger rope pulls, courtesy light, ash tray and flower vase.  Fold-down luggage rack.  This must have been a very luxurious car in its day.  The car runs and drives well with good oil pressure, the charging system works and there are no rattles or bangs – a nice smooth ride.  4-speed crash gearbox, sweet 6 cylinder engine with plenty of power.  Good wheels and tyres, and good underneath.  Probably the cheapest around at the moment – excellent value.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1946 Singer ‘A’ Roadster

1946 Singer 'A' Roadster

An absolutely superb example of the very attractive Singer Roadster, extensively and well restored in recent years, and finished in mint green – we are reliably informed that this was an original colour used for export cars.  The paintwork is excellent, apart from one little scratch where the side screen sits, the chrome work is also excellent, as is the upholstery, including a full set of weather gear (hood, side screens and tonneau).  The underside of the car is very clean and tidy and everything works as it should.  The wheels and tyres are good, and the car steers and stops well.  The engine, which we understand is the original, runs like a sewing machine (Singer?!) and offers lively performance.  It is 1074cc with overhead cam and there is a 3-speed gearbox.  The oil pressure is good and all the instruments and semaphores work properly.  The car is ready for the road and just right for summer – a truly superb little four seater sports car – and marvellous value when compared to MG T types etc.  V5C and large history file including some photos of the rebuild.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

£13,950

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

A pretty little Austin Seven in a striking colour combination which looks really superb.  This is the ‘de-luxe’ model, with sunroof and chrome headlights.  The car starts easily and runs very sweetly.  The oil pressure is good and everything seems to work as it should.  It has opening front window and an interior light has been well fitted.  Flashing indicators have also been added for safety.  The interior of the car is extremely good, having been refurbished fairly recently, including headlining which is excellent.  The wheels have recently been refurbished and the tyres are almost new.  Underneath, the car is clean and tidy and well greased.  The under-bonnet area is very smart, and the wiring has been renewed.  The paint finish is not the best in the world, but is presentable and shiny.  This is the only thing that slightly lets the car down, and this is reflected in the price – but maybe we are being over-fussy.  A good little car ready for immediate use.  Comes with V5C, some old invoices and old MOTs.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

£6,350

1970 MGB GT with Overdrive

1970 MGB GT with Overdrive

A smashing MGB in the ever-popular tartan red with black interior.  The car was built in October 1970 and first supplied to Henlys of Salisbury.  It was dry stored from 2006-2016, having been previously extensively restored.  The car has recently been re-commissioned and put back on the road and has a current MOT running to February 2018.  We think the car was in the same ownership from 1995 to 2016.  The bodywork is excellent, including the structure which was obviously attended to during its restoration.  The sills, castle sections, jacking points, wing re-enforcers, wings and seams are all good. The paintwork is also good with just one or two blemishes but nothing to worry about unless you are overly fussy.  The interior appears to be original and is in generally good order.  The carpets have been renewed at some stage.  The car starts easily and runs well with good oil pressure, no overheating and nice smooth overdrive.  The underneath is clean and tidy and well protected.  Come with V5C, Heritage Certificate and some history.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

£6,950

1976 Triumph Stag (Automatic)

1976 Triumph Stag

An absolutely superb example of this iconic sports tourer, complete with works hard top and soft top.  The bodywork (including paintwork), the chrome work, the underneath, interior, wheels and tyres are all excellent.  The specification of the car is nice and original with only a couple of very minor improvements, including the addition of an oil pressure gauge and repositioned expansion tank.  The original type Triumph V8 engine sounds great and runs very well and in fact the engine was replaced with a rebuilt unit form Rimmer Bros. not many miles ago.  Very clean underneath the bonnet.   The automatic gearbox is smooth and everything works as it should do.  The chrome wire wheels and tyres have recently been fitted and are in fine condition, there are four original type alloy wheels that come with the car, again, in very good condition. The mileage of just under 85,000 is thought to be genuine.  MOTd to May 2018, there is a good history file showing that it has been very well maintained – we think you would struggle to find a another Triumph Stag in such correct condition for this price.  Heritage Certificate and V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

£14,950

1955 Austin A30

1955 Austin A30

A very nice little car, ready for immediate use.  Everything works, and it is in fine fettle.  The structure of the car is good, including the bodywork, and the underside which is very clean indeed.  The interior is partly original and partly renewed, to include headlining and carpets.  The paintwork shines up quite nicely although there are a few minor blemishes.  All the gauges on the dashboard work (including the fuel gauge) as do the semaphores.  The car starts easily and runs very well, with lively performance and it is nice and easy to drive with a good 4-speed gearbox and light steering.  A marvellous little car for very little money and an ideal upgrade from its predecessor, the Austin Seven.  Comes with V5C, continuation log book dating back to 1980 and some old MOTs.  Last MOTd August 2011 and hasn’t gone far since – we think the mileage is probably genuine at around 43,000.  The V5C indicates that the car has had only four registered keepers from new.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

£4,950

1937 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II – Project to Finish

1937 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

This little Ruby is a project for completion. It has been off the road since the 1960s, and has been worked upon very slowly indeed for the past 30 years.  It needs finishing – so you can’t drive it home!  The bodywork is now very sound, although the B posts need some work at the bottom, and it now needs thorough preparation and a re-paint.  The interior is in need of trimming, apart from the seats, which are good.  It has an interesting roof which surprisingly, works quite well, it is a clip-on canvas cover and can be removed for the summer to convert the car (almost!) to a cabriolet.  Otherwise, it is an easy job to convert it to the more traditional fixed panel.  The floors, wings, doors and underneath are very sound and the underneath is nice and clean and painted.  The wheels are good.  Mechanically, it appears to be good, but needs a full re-commissioning – we understand that the engine has been worked on, but it is not running.  The wiring loom is fitted but needs finishing and connecting.  An excellent summer project with lots of the hard work already done.  This will make a super little car – so if you’re looking for a project but not a rot-box – look no further!  Comes with V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1980 MGB GT with Overdrive

1980 MGB GT with Overdrive

This car is in excellent overall condition and in fact, is one of the best we have seen for a long time – plus it isn’t going to break the bank.  It is very standard in specification with only three deviations – the nylon striped seats have been replaced with leather, rear fog lights have been fitted and it has electronic ignition, otherwise the car is as it left the factory.  It had a major rebuild in the 1990s and the structure of the car is excellent with good panel fit all round.  The paintwork finish is very good, although there are one or two blemishes, which you would expect for a car that was rebuilt over 25 years ago.  Underneath the bonnet is good – nice and clean and tidy, as is the whole underside of the car.  It drives superbly, with sprightly performance from its Ivor Searle engine, good oil pressure, no overheating.  Brakes, tyres and exhaust are all good.  Only 88,000 miles from new, 4 owners in total.  MOT to April 2018, V5C and history file.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1930 Austin Seven AF Tourer

1930 Austin Seven AF Tourer

A delightful little car with charisma and charm, restored around 20 years ago and well maintained ever since.  Nicely finished in a pleasing shade of blue with black wings and black weather gear.  It is in great condition with a few blemishes here and there, and it runs and drives extremely well.  It starts easily and runs along quite briskly through its 3-speed gearbox.  The oil pressure is good, and the charging system works.  The interior of the car is very nice indeed, with black seating and will fitted and edged blue carpets.  The hood comes up in a trice and the side screens fit well (there are two splits in the hood which need attention).  The underside of the car is clean and tidy, as is the engine bay, and the wheels and tyres are excellent.  The bodywork is first class including running boards with their nice floor plates.  A lovely, increasingly rare little tourer, ready to use for this year’s events.  There is a photographic record of the restoration, and a file of old invoices and tax discs.  V5C.

One of us will be at the 750 Motor Club Austin Seven event at Beaulieu on Sunday 2nd July with this car, so you can view and test drive.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1954 MGTF 1250

1954 MGTF 1250

An original right-hand drive, matching numbers, English car, first supplied to a purchaser in Dumfries.  It has had only four previous owners, and this is supported by the original log book and current V5C which follows on from the original.  The car appears only to have been used regularly for the first 11 years of its life, covering 55,000 miles and this can be seen on the MOT of 1965.  It transferred to its third owner in that year, and remained in his ownership until 2015.  It appears to be totally original, and apart from a missing seat, totally complete (a new seat frame and seat foam with springs come with the car).  This car is in incredibly good condition with no rust or rot and the door gaps are excellent. The engine starts easily and runs well with good oil pressure.  The gearbox, clutch and brakes all operate although the handbrake is disconnected.  Much of the interior ie door cards etc is present and saveable, and the driver’s seat is good.  The dashboard is good and all the dials are there.  The hood frame needs re-covering and the side screens would benefit from some renovation, although three of them are perfectly useable.  We suggest that the car could be fully re-commissioned and a new wiring loom and tyres fitted to make it ready for the road again – this would be rather nice as it is such an original car.  Alternatively, a full restoration would be straighfoward ie strip down, repaint and put back together – some work will be needed to the upholstery.  The car has its original registration number.  Fully restored cars of this type are now fetching in the high 20s, so an excellent opportunity at a very advantageous price.  Comes with nice history file with old invoices and original handbook.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1935 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

1935 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

Do you fancy a car that could win the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance? Well, this isn’t it!  However .... if you don’t mind a bit of scruffiness around the edges and you want a car that drives properly and is as lively as a lively thing – then this could be the car for you!!  To be serious, the black paintwork is not so good in places, but the car drives so well that this can be forgiven.  It is quick for a standard Austin Ruby and has a nice clutch with good, long travel – the best we have had in fact.  The brakes work in an Austin Seven fashion, the charging system works, fuel gauge works and it has semaphores fitted though these are a little tardy.  Internally, it is very good indeed, having been fully re-trimmed in recent times, and the headlining is a top quality job.  This car has been driven regularly, and is for using, not mothballing as it is a great-driving little car.  We have just tuned the engine, hence its new-found performance, and fitted a new battery.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

Just out of long-term ownership (30 years), this little Austin Seven’s restoration has recently been completed.  The car is nicely finished in maroon and black and the paintwork is good, although there is a some of micro-blistering.  The interior is excellent, all having been renewed, including headlining, seat covers, door cards, carpets etc.  The new tyres were fitted during the restoration, the bumpers are stainless steel.  The car was MOTd towards the end of the restoration in 2012, and it passed with flying colours.  It has not been used much since.  We have just serviced the car so it is running well.  (Please note that the car has no indicators fitted, and we would strongly that these be fitted for safety.  The purchaser will need to arrange this). Comes with V5C, some old MOTs, handbook and original Austin list of spare parts book.  Smashing little car which will no doubt give many years of enjoyment.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1934 Austin 10/4

1934 Austin 10/4

Just out of long-term ownership (18 years), during which time it was lovingly restored, this lovely Austin Ten is offered for sale only because of health reasons – unfortunately the car has not been used for around 10 years.  We have just re-commissioned the car, and it starts, runs and drives well with good oil pressure.  The brakes are fine, but need a little more usage to bed them in after the 10 years inactivity.  The black paintwork has a nice patina, although there are one or two ‘dings’ on the wings – perhaps where the elderly gentleman caught it on the way in/out of the garage.  These are only minor but need attending to.  The interior is very, very good, with superb headlining (the photos don’t really do it justice), excellent seats and generally good carpets, now showing a little wear.  The door cards have been renewed, and pleasingly, the original pockets have been retained.  The car has all its original features including opening front windscreen, interior light, rear blind, working semaphores, sun visor, bumper bars, ash try in the rear and even spare rear wheel cover.  There is also a fold-down luggage rack.  The underside of the car is sound, and has obviously been well greased as necessary.  The tyres are almost new and the wheels are in good fettle.  The body work itself is excellent with well-fitting doors.  Comes with some paperwork including V5C, older V5 and some old MOTs.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1961 MGA 1600 Mark II

1961 MGA 1600 Mark II

An excellent right-hand drive example of this iconic sports car, beautifully finished in old English white, with red interior and weather gear.  Everything is in excellent condition, and the car runs and drives very well indeed.  The underneath is first class and recently the car has had new tyres fitted and new brake discs and pads.  The car was restored during the 1990s and has been very well maintained ever since, showing now signs of deterioration whatsoever.  An absolute pleasure to drive.  Comes with some history, original handbook, current MOT and V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1948 Morris 8 Series E

1948 Morris 8 Series E

A good, useable example of this popular model, finished in a very pleasing shade of dark green with black wings – it really does look well.  It starts, runs and drives very well through its 4-speed gearbox with no nasty noises, all is nice and smooth, even over our bumpy orchard.  The car has a sunroof, although this is proving a little obstinate, and it has a wind-out front window.  The bodywork is sound but there are some blemishes.  The underside again, is sound, and all looks to be in good order.  Easy-clean wheels in good order.  The interior of the car has a nice patina with original leather seats and new headlining.  The carpets and some of the other upholstery have been replaced at some stage and it all blends together very well indeed.  V5C, continuation book from 1958 showing the same registration number, so we guess it is the original.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, or for good MGBs and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1946 Standard Eight

1946 Standard Eight

The subject of an older restoration, this Standard is a great little car in good order.  It starts well, drives very nicely, and indeed, is quite sprightly!  There is a nice 4-speed gearbox, and clutch and brakes all operate well.  The bodywork is good, with excellent shut lines and the paintwork is nice and shiny, although there are some blemishes.  The underside of the car is very good indeed, as you can see from the photograph, nice and clean and tidy.  Internally, the car has good headlining, and seating and door cards have been recovered at some stage recently.  There is an opening sunroof that works well, flashing indicators have been fitted for safety.  The chrome work is generally very good, the wheels and tyres are also very good.  These Standards offer excellent value for money and this particular example would make a good first classic or even a daily runabout.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, or for good MGBs and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

SOLD

1934 Morris 8 Pre-Series

1934 Morris 8 Pre-Series

This is an excellent early Morris 8, nicely finished in maroon and black, with black wire wheels. The car was fully restored a few years ago by a previous owner.  The bodywork is excellent (there are one or two minor blemishes), with well-fitting doors and the underside is extremely good, including chassis and running gear. The interior is really lovely, having had a quality re-trim at the time of restoration including headlining, seats, door cards and wheel arch coverings.  Good tyres, recent battery. Luggage rack and opening windscreen, interior semaphore mirrors and even the original supplier’s plate – James Fryer of Leominster.  The engine starts easily and runs sweetly with good oil pressure, and provides lively performance. The gearbox is a later four-speed unit, which makes the car more useable in modern-day traffic. It also has hydraulic brakes as standard. Ready for immediate use. V5C, buff coloured continuation book from 1963.  Heritage Certificate, confirming that this is the car’s original registration number.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, or for good MGBs and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD within 24 hours of listing

1980 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

1980 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

This car is a little modern for us, but it drives so well and is in such good structural order that we couldn’t resist buying it.  These later MGBs drive very well (dare I say it, better than a chrome bumper car!) and I have had lots of both.  We don’t think this car has ever had a total rebuild, but there is a large history file showing that it has been very well maintained over the years, including some body work and a re-spray at some stage.  The paintwork is generally good, but with a few blemishes, and the alloy wheels and tyres are excellent.  The interior is mainly very good with excellent dashboard.  Underneath is good, clean and sound, including castle sections etc.  The car starts easily and performs very well, with good oil pressure.  Tick-over is excellent and the car is very responsive, overdrive is good.   The last owner had the car for six years and sold the car only because of lack of storage.  V5C and MOT to September 2017.  This car is not perfect, but it does represent very good value for not a lot of money – another one of the reasons we bought it.  Ready to drive away.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1955 Morris Minor Series II

1955 Morris Minor Series II

This little car has spent most of its life in the ownership of one family, until 2014 when it was sold to our customer.  We believe that the mileage showing of 18,239 miles is correct according to the paperwork in the file.  It even comes with its original buff log book from 1955 when it was first registered in Bristol, and its first MOT certificate from 1962.  The car has always been well maintained and has just passed its MOT with no advisories.  It is in good, sound condition with an excellent interior.  Recently, it has had the wheels shot blasted and powder coated, five new tyres, two new front wings, new headlamps, flashers and new headlining.  At the same time, the windscreen rubbers were replaced.  The car starts and runs well, the engine is sweet, and the gearbox and back axle are nice and quiet.  An excellent everyday runabout with good history.  V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1935 Hillman Minx

1935 Hillman Minx

The Hillman Minx must have been a great surprise to everyone in 1935, and we mean a great surprise – what a terrific car!  This is as good as an Austin of the same period – to be perfectly honest it’s probably better, but then, it would have been more expensive.  This example is in sound, unrestored condition although it has obviously been re-painted at some stage.  The bodywork is generally good, although there are some areas that could be improved, the underneath looks to be sound, and the car drives very well indeed.  It starts on-the-button, and runs like a clock.  It has a nice clutch and gearbox, which is fully synchromesh on all four gears and the brakes are very good. The interior is mainly original including the headlining which is quite good.  The carpets are original as far as we can tell, but are very worn.  Mainly, the seats are original leather, but the front cushions have been re-covered.  The car still retains its original supplier’s plate: Trenery and Gambles Automobile Engineers, Bridlington.  The rear roll-down window blind and everything on the dashboard works, including fuel gauge, advance and retard control, throttle control and parcel light switch.  The car has two new front tyres and heavy duty battery.   It has not been used much lately, so would benefit from a full service and check-over before taking on the road in earnest.  V5C and some paperwork including buff logbook dating back to 1959, and original handbook.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1929 Austin Seven Mulliner Sunshine Saloon

1929 Austin Seven Mulliner Sunshine Saloon

A delightful fabric-bodied Austin Seven with lovely patina and lots of fun to drive.  This smashing little Austin model is now quite rare, and would make a marvellous addition to any collection.  In 1928, the Managing Director of Mulliners, Birmingham, obtained a contract to supply and trim bodies for the Austin Seven – and this one of a few survivors.  Restored some years ago, the car is in excellent structural and mechanical order with good fabric to the bodywork, and good metal work all round.  It is a delight to drive through its 3-speed gate change gearbox.  The car features lovely brass headlamps, opening front windscreen and a lovely moquette interior, all giving a lovely period feel.  The underneath is very good and wheels and tyres are all excellent.  The engine starts easily and runs well, and all the mechanicals seem to be in pretty good order.  V5C and buff log book dating back to 1945.  This car has come back on the market only because of the current owner’s injury which prevents him from driving the car.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1930 Austin Seven RL Box Saloon

1930 Austin Seven RL Box Saloon

A pretty little Austin Seven in good condition.  The car was extensively restored some years ago, so the bodywork is very good with excellent panels, and good paintwork apart form a couple of scuff marks that need attending to.  The interior of the car is very presentable although not entirely original and there is a sliding sunroof.  Good chrome, very nice headlamps, good tyres on good wheels, and nice running boards.  Very clean underneath, and good 2-bearing engine.  All in all, a very useable and well-priced Austin Seven, offering good value for money.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II ‘de-Luxe’

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

An attractive little Ruby in very good all-round condition and being a ‘de-luxe’ model, comes with sunroof, chrome headlamps and chrome bumpers.  An older restoration, but well maintained since.  Recent works over the last 18 months include engine rebuild, back axle rebuild and new tyres, new front seat cushions and headling.  All the gauges work, even the petrol gauge and there are working semaphores together with flashers – the original Riste horn is also present and working.  The charging system has been restored.  The car starts easily, and runs and drives correctly with good oil pressure, a nice gearbox, clutch and brakes.  Underneath, the car is very good – nice and clean and mainly painted black and the spare tyre carrier area is also good and contains the pull-out luggage rack.  All in all, a very good Ruby as it should be, with everything present and working.  There are a few minor blemishes on the paintwork and some of the interior is not new, but this all adds to the overall patina of the car.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1973 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

1973 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

A very genuine car in the splendid and iconic (and now very desirable) seventies colour Bronze Yellow, that was the subject of an extensive restoration in 1993, including all the usual body panels.  The car is still in excellent condition, having been fastidiously maintained by the previous owner of 11 years.  The paintwork is good, with only a few blemishes as you would expect, the mohair hood was fitted in 1995 and has hardly been used so is also very good, and the leather seats, fitted in 1992 are again, in excellent condition.  The underside of the car is really good, having been recently waxoyled.  It drives as it should, with good oil pressure and smooth gearbox with properly operating overdrive.  Servo brakes.  The car has chrome wire wheels which were fitted only a few years ago, and all five tyres are almost new.  Everything works on this car.  We think the mileage of 84,000 is genuine, as we have MOT certificates going back to 1980 (ie when the car was only 7 years old), which showed 45,614 miles and it even has the original engine.  There is a Heritage Certificate with the car which clearly shows its pedigree and there is a large history file with photos of the rebuild, together with plenty of old invoices.  V5C and 12 months MOT.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1960 MGA 1600 Roadster for full Restoration

1960 MGA 1600 Roadster

Seriously, now, this car can’t be driven home, so please don’t even ask … (you’d be surprised!!!!).  Imported from America in October 2015, this is a straight and complete (as far as we can see) roadster for a straightforward restoration.  It is nice and original and not ‘messed about’ as so many American cars unfortunately are.  All correct mechanics and all the dials seem to be present, together with the original steering wheel.  The engine turns nicely, and the gentleman we bought the car from tells me he coaxed it into life a little while ago, although it is not running now.  The bodywork is sound with no big dents apart from the front radiator grille – it is not full of filler as far as we can see.  Luckily, it has wire wheels (five), the hood frame is good and so are the seat frames.  The underneath appears to be sound, although obviously it all wants stripping back and restoring.  We think the car has been off the road since 1980.  Import duties have been settled and there is a NOVA certificate and American Certificate of Title.  The chassis and engine number plates are intact and therefore UK registration should be straightforward, perhaps with the help of the MG Car Club.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other MGs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1934 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

1934 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

SOLD – WITHIN 24 HOURS OF POSTING

This little Austin has been in the same ownership for the past sixteen and a half years, although it hasn’t been on the road for last couple of these.  We have now got the car running and driving, but it is in need of some further re-commissioning and some improvement, hence the price.  The bodywork needs some attention in places, the seats are good and the headlining, although old, is serviceable and the tyres look to be pretty good.  The engine was rebuilt in 1997 and we understand that the car hasn’t covered many miles since then.  The rest of the car is fair.  You could either accept its ‘oily raggedness’, and just overhaul the mechanicals to get it back on the road, or you could give it a full rebuild.  Comes with V5C, old continuation logbook dating back to 1959, some historic photos and paperwork.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1936 Morris 8 Series I – 4 Door

1936 Morris 8 Series I

This little 4-door Morris 8 would make an inexpensive ‘starter’ classic.  It has been in hibernation for around three and a half years, having been owned by the same family since 2004 – it is therefore in need of re-commissioning and we are in the process of getting it up and running again.  The paintwork is fair, and the bodywork appears to be generally sound, although there are one or two areas that could be improved.  The interior is generally good, having been re-trimmed at some point, including headlining and seats although there has been a little bit of mouse damage to a few of the carpeted areas.  The car has its original semaphores, rear fold-down luggage rack and four nearly-new tyres on spoked wheels.  Hydraulic brakes as standard, and the gearbox has been updated to the later Morris 8 E Series 4-speed gearbox, which makes it much more useable in modern traffic.  Original lights plus flashing indicators.  The underside of the car is also pretty good.  V5C and some MOT history with the car.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1963 MG Midget Mark I

1963 MG Midget Mark I

First registered in July 1963, this splendid little Midget is in very good condition, having had much renovation work carried out over recent years.  The structure and bodywork are very sound and the paintwork is generally good, with a few blemishes.  The interior is excellent, as you can see from the photographs, and the car runs and drives very nicely indeed.  The 1098cc engine has recently been rebuilt and is in very good fettle, the gearbox is nice and quiet and changes gear well.  Good oil pressure.  As far as I can tell, everything works on the car.  It sits on standard steel wheels with excellent tyres and has a part stainless steel exhaust.  This is a nice, early standard spec car (just a few deviations).  It comes complete with BMC hardtop which fits well, and is light and easy to attach – ideal for winter.  The car also comes with a full hood, tonneau and side screens, all in good condition.  The previous owner had this car for eight years and maintained it correctly.  Recent new discs and pads.  MOT to January 2018, V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1938 Morris 8 Series II – 4 Door

1938 Morris 8 Series II

This car sold straight away – see similar model above

When we first saw this little car, we almost turned our noses up at it – because the paintwork is not good.  HOWEVER … the more we look at it, the more we think what a good, solid little example it is, and 4-door models are always very much in demand.  Structurally, it appears to be very good, and the underside is also clean and tidy.  The interior is tidy enough too, with lovely, original leather seats that are in very good condition. The car is fitted with a sunroof, working semaphores, rear window blind and rear luggage rack. The engine bay is also clean and tidy. The previous owner had this car for 14 years, but it has been laid up for the last two of these.  We did get it started, and drove it onto the trailer, and the engine itself is as sweet as a nut.  The gearbox (upgraded to the later 4-speed version) and brakes are all fine and we are of the opinion that the car could be put back on the road with just a few hours work.   We have fitted a new battery, but the starter motor is sluggish and needs a service, and the engine needs a tune up.  V5C and old continuation book going back to 1945, showing the same registration number, so we believe it to be the original.  Originally supplied by a Swansea garage – there is a plaque on the dashboard to this effect.  Excellent value for just a little work.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1948 Morris 8 Series E

1948 Morris 8 Series E

An extensively restored car, with beautiful bodywork and interior.  Very clean underneath, excellent wheels and generally very good chrome, although there is a small blemish on the front bumper.  The car looks very smart indeed with its black and green paintwork and complimentary cream interior.  The previous owner had this car for 18 years, and it is being offered for sale for health reasons only.  Prices of these cars have risen rapidly over the last 18 months, as they offer good value for money and are very easy to drive, even in modern traffic.  We would have being asking £6,995 for this car, but unfortunately, there is a problem with the clutch, so there will be some work to have done ie remove the gearbox, sort out the clutch and put back together again.  To allow for this, we are reducing the price by £1,000 to £5,995 – so no offers on this one.  A nice easy project which will result in a really lovely car that has previously been in long-term family ownership.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

A very late ‘RN’ model, so really an ‘RP’ – no rear vertical seams, 4-speed gearbox etc.  The car was restored several years ago, and has been hidden away from the road for the last 15 years by the previous owner, who had the car for 20 years.  It is in good, sound condition, but obviously not perfect.  The paintwork is very good, the interior was all renewed at the time of restoration and is in good order, including the headlining, and there is a working sunroof (flush type).  We are in the process of re-commissioning the car and have fitted four new quality tyres and a new battery, and the fuel tank is away being thoroughly cleaned and refurbished.  The underneath is sound, but could probably be improved with a little further paintwork.  The panel work is all good, with excellent running boards with new rubbers, to the correct design.  All in all, a good little car at the right price.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1938 Rover P2 10HP

1938 Rover P2 10HP

An absolutely delightful luxury car, from probably the best period.  Excellent bodywork well finished in maroon, including the powder-coated wheels.  Very nice interior, with new headlining, leather covered door cards and good quality carpets. The seating is original and is in very good condition, adding a lovely patina to the interior.  Underneath, the car is very clean and tidy.  The chrome work is new, the tyres are good and there is a new battery.  These were well equipped cars, and include an automatic lubricaction system. The car starts and runs well through its 4 cylinder 1389cc engine and 4-speed gearbox.   It also has the benefit of the Rover ‘Freewheel System’ which makes for very quiet, economic running.  There is a great history file with the car, going back to 1955, including buff log book and sales invoice from Ozalid Co. Ltd, London, dated 1955, when the car sold to a gentleman in Ruislip for £250.  A major refit was carried out in 1954, further work in 1961, and a comprehensive restoration from 2012 onwards by the current owner. V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

SOLD

1935 Morris 8 Four Door Series I

1935 Morris 8

An excellent little 4 door Morris 8, the subject of an older restoration and in very nice condition, in the very popular and attractive two-tone blue and black with black wire wheels.  Excellent body work with excellent door fit, very good interior, including headlining, door cards and seats (one tiny tear in one seat). Proper bound-edge carpets, working interior lamp, opening front window, working rear blind, and even semaphore mirrors. Lovely old supplier’s plate on the dashboard – White’s of Camberley Ltd. Good, original headlamps, working semaphores and flashers fitted for safety.  The car has a good working sunroof and fold-down luggage rack.  Underneath is very clean indeed.  Starts and runs well with good oil pressure, charging system works, drives nicely and has the advantage of the later model 4-speed gearbox, which makes it much more useable.  First class hydraulic brakes.  V5C and green continuation book going back to 1976, and a nice collection of old MOTs.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1937 Austin Seven Open Road Tourer (Type AAL)

1937 Austin Seven Open Road Tourer

A good opportunity to acquire what is now becoming quite a rare model.  We are pleased to offer this attractive four-seater tourer, which is finished in a pleasing shade of green, with black wings and complimentary green upholstery.  An older restoration, the car is in pretty good fettle, with solid bodywork, good interior (could do with some new floor mats) and fairly good weather gear – hood and side-screens.  The paintwork is not perfect but is quite acceptable, the underneath is sound and tidy.  Although the running boards are not the best in the world, we are providing two brand new running boards and rubbers with the car.  The car starts well (6v) and runs nicely with good gearbox and clutch.  The charging system works too.  A good car to use and enjoy and maybe improve a little.  Looking at what others are asking for tourers at the moment, we feel that this one is very reasonably priced.  Comes with V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

A first class example of this ever-popular MG, well finished in British Racing Green with cream leather seating and green carpets.  The car was the subject of a comprehensive 4-year restoration around 1993-1997, including a full rebuild of the bodywork, and complete repaint.  In 2006, it had a replacement engine by Ivor Searle.  The car drives well with good oil pressure, nice clutch, gearbox and overdrive, and with good servo-assisted brakes.  It stands on excellent chrome wire wheels with very good Uniroyal tyres.  There is an extensive history file, detailing its rebuild, together with a full photographic record.  V5C, MOT to October 2017.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars, and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1965 Morris Minor 1000

1965 Morris Minor 1000

A really excellent example of the ever-popular and very useable classic Morris Minor.  Looking very smart indeed with its very good Dove Grey paint finish and nicely re-trimmed interior, including headlining.  This car is so good structurally, that you would think it was a four or five year old car.  It has a very good MOT history file, but seems to have been off the road for a short period around 2006-2012, as there are no certificates for this period, and we think it was probably being restored at that time.  Underneath, it is excellent and we can find only one small welded section.  It does indeed, look very original underneath. The car has five almost new Bridgestone tyres, the chrome work is mainly good, some of it new, and we think it has had a new windscreen as there are no marks.  The battery is good, as is the exhaust and the car starts, runs and drives very well indeed, with good oil pressure.  Apart from the door mirrors, this car seems to be totally original specification-wise, which makes a pleasant change from the usual messed about and ‘improved’ examples.  There is a current MOT with no advisories, and V5C.  We are not saying that this car is perfect – there are one or two small imperfections, but it is in such good condition overall, and so refreshingly original in specification, that it represents terrific value.  Serious enquiries only please, and by telephone, no emails on this one, please (trying to avoid the screw-counters!)

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1932 Morris Minor Saloon

1932 Morris Minor Saloon

A smart example, with side valve engine, 3-speed gearbox and cable brakes, and with accelerator pedal now in the normal position (on the right).  The car was restored a few years ago, and is still in good, sound condition.  Recent brake overhaul, oil change and engine service, including rebuilt carburettor.  Now running well with good oil pressure.  The wheels have been stove enamelled and have practically new Avon tyres all round. The chrome work has been renewed, and the interior has been fully re-trimmed, as the photos show.  Working semaphores.  Comes with starting handle, original log book, information manual, V5C and continuation log book dating back to 1971, showing the same registration number.  The underside is clean and tidy.  The paintwork does suffer from micro-blistering in several places and this is reflected in the price of the car, so no offers on this one, please.  This is a good, cheap little car to get you started in the classic vehicle world.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

SOLD

1937 Morris 8 Two Seater Tourer (Series II)

1937 Morris 8 Two Seater Tourer

A smashing car, in great condition, extensively and very well restored in recent years.  The restored bodywork is very well finished in an attractive shade of red with black wings.  The interior has been re-trimmed, and seats, door cards and carpets are all excellent.  The hood and side screens are nearly new and well made in double duck.  The chrome work has been renovated and is very good, and the wheels and tyres are excellent.  Mechanically, the car is first class – it is fitted with a Morris 8 military engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox (from a Series E) which makes it much more driveable in modern traffic.  Hydraulic brakes as standard and 12v battery with working charging system.  The underside of the car is really good, as you would expect.  Starts easily and runs along smoothly, with lively performance.  V5C, green log book dating back to 1965, showing same registration number.  Good history file and original handbook.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

SOLD

1937 Morris 10/4 Series II Saloon

1937 Morris 10/4 Series II Saloon

What a great and handsome motor car this is!  This Morris really is an excellent example of its type, a high quality car with 1300cc engine, a nice 4-speed gearbox and hydraulic brakes.  Inside, the car’s quality fittings include rear window blind, door pockets and cord door-pulls, semaphore mirrors and a very attractive art deco dashboard.  The car is in really good condition, having been fully restored in recent years including chassis, running gear and engine, body and upholstery.  The underneath is excellent.  The bodywork is well finished in two-tone maroon and black and is complemented by its lovely interior.  It starts on-the-button (12v) and runs and drives very well.  There are working semaphores and flashers for safety.  A car not to be missed.  Some history, V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1936 Austin 10 Sherborne

1936 Austin 10 Sherborne

A lovely car, with plenty of patina.  It was restored a few years ago and is generally in good condition.  The bodywork is smart with a few blemishes, the interior has all been re-trimmed, including new headlining, seat covers, door cards and carpets. Underneath is clean and tidy.  The car benefits from a sliding sunroof and opening front windscreen.  The chrome work is excellent as are all five tyres.  The lighting operates well, and flashing indicators have been discreetly added for safety.  12v electrics.  V5C, some old invoices and handbook.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1972 MGB GT with Overdrive

1972 MGB GT with Overdrive

A good MGB, first registered on 1st January 1973.  The car has had much restoration work over recent years, including new sills and a re-spray. This is a good, solid car, which was MOTd at the end of April 2016 with no advisories, the previous MOT history is also good.  Finished in the popular 70s colours of teal blue with ochre interior trim, all in good, tidy condition (there is some wear to one seat).  The car starts, runs and performs very well indeed, it is fitted with overdrive, stainless steel exhaust, and has good tyres on its Rostyle wheels, which are once again, in good condition.  Heritage certificate, history file and V5C.  Keenly priced, so sorry, no offers on this one.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars,  and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1937 Austin 12/4 New Ascot

1937 Austin 12/4 New Ascot

An excellent example of the spacious Austin 12 New Ascot, nicely finished in Ash Grey with complimentary interior.  An older restoration, and well maintained ever since, this car is in very good condition with lovely patina, having mainly good paintwork but a few blemishes.  The interior is very nice, with original leather seating and renewed headlining, door cards and carpets.  The dashboard and door cappings are first class and all the quality period fittings are present, including rear foot rests, arm rests, window blinds to rear and rear side windows, wind-out front window, working sunroof, sun visors, parcel net, semaphores, dual windscreen wipers and integral luggage trunk.  Underneath, the car is very sound, as are the floors, and waxoyl has been applied.  Recent Avon tyres, new brake linings and stainless steel exhaust.  The car starts easily and once warmed up, runs along nicely through its 4-speed gearbox. V5C and continuation log book dating back to 1958.  This is a well-known car in club circles and would make a good wedding car or a nice roomy family saloon.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

 

SOLD

1937 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

1937 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

This year’s Christmas bargain!!  A nice little Austin Seven Ruby with good, shiny paintwork and comfortable interior that includes newish headlining and a good sunroof.  It has not been much used in recent years and doesn’t currently run, but we don’t have time to sort it out at the moment – so why not buy yourself an early Christmas present/project to help you avoid the relatives this Christmas?!  The bodywork is good and solid with just a few blemishes and it has just been treated to some new door hinge pins, so the doors hang nicely.  The wheels and tyres are all pretty good.  Comes with V5C and old buff log book dating back to 1954, all showing the same registration number, so it is probably original.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

 

SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Ruby De-Luxe

1936 Austin Seven Ruby De-Luxe

A nice little Austin Seven Ruby Mark I in good condition having recently been re-painted and re-trimmed.  The car has chrome bumpers, chrome headlights and a sunroof, making it the de-luxe model.  There is also an opening windscreen.  Starts easily and runs and drives well with 4-speed gearbox, and flashing indicators have been added for safety.  The paintwork is good with a few minor blemishes, and the seats, door cards and headlining are also good and the rubber mats have been replaced in recent times.  The car comes with rear picnic basket fitted.  Some old MOT history, old invoices. green continuation logbook dating back to 1958.  The last owner had the car for 8 years.  V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

SOLD

 

1934 Austin 10/4

1934 Austin 10/4

A really nice example of the ever-popular Austin Ten, ready for immediate use – an older restoration, and well maintained by the previous owner.  The car is attractively finished in a nice shade of blue with black, and the interior is excellent, having been completely refurbished at the time of its restoration, to include new headlining, seat covers, door cards and carpets – all still in first class condition.  The underside of the car and bonnet area are both clean and tidy and it starts, runs and drives smoothly through its 4-speed gearbox.  The clutch is good and the brakes are fine for a car of this age, the oil pressure is good and the charging system appears to work.  This is a really lovely old car with patina to enjoy as it is.  Comes with photographs of the restoration and V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs!) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

SOLD

1973 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

1973 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

Finished in Flame Red, this is a superbly restored motor car, offering excellent value for money.  The bodywork is superb, with excellent paintwork and good panel fit.  The under-bonnet area is also excellent, as is the underneath.  We are not sure exactly when the car was restored as the previous owner passed away, and the person selling the car, presumably for the estate, knew nothing and had no interest in it.  However, we think the restoration must have been fairly recent.  It starts, runs and drives very well with smooth overdrive.  The wheels and tyres are good, the hood is fairly new.  The only thing needed is a set of new front carpets, but it does have nearly new MG shaped rubber mat.  MOT to August 2017, V5C and old V5 dating back to 1994.  An all-round very good MGB – don’t miss it.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs, or pre-war or early post-war cars, and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

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1926 Austin Seven Chummy

1926 Austin Seven Chummy

Just out of long-term ownership (29 years), and for sale only due to advancing years of the owners who are very sorry to see it go, this terrific little Austin Seven is ideal for those looking for an original car but not a show-winner.  Mechanically, it seems to be as it left the factory, complete with magneto engine and 3-speed gearbox.  Originally, the car was supplied by a Bridlington dealer, and its registration number is a Middlesborough number.  Many years ago, the car was re-painted and re-trimmed, but that’s about all, apart from on-going maintenance.  It starts, runs and drives well and is a lot of fun.  The tyres are in good condition.  This delightful little car could be improved or just kept as it is, which would make a nice change.  Comes with large history file and V5.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs!) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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1935 Austin Seven Ruby Van

1935 Austin Seven Ruby Van

A well-built Austin Seven van, nicely finished in burgundy and black, with good black upholstery, and well finished cream load area.  This has been built recently by a gentleman with much Austin Seven experience, having begun life as a Ruby saloon (the van, not the gentleman).  The bodywork is excellent, with well-fitting panels all round, including doors.  It starts on-the-button with good oil pressure and runs and drives well through its 4-speed gearbox.  The mechanics, including engine, have all been overhauled and it has recent tyres on good wheels.  The van is clean and tidy underneath (painted black) and overall, this is a very nice little van with a nice, mature appearance.  Ideal for rallies and shows, or for promoting your business.  V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs!) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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1981 MGB GT LE with Overdrive

1981 MGB GT LE

A terrific example of the now quite rare ‘LE’ (Limited Edition) version of the MGB GT in excellent all-round condition.  These LE models were built to celebrate 50 years of production at Abingdon, but sadly, turned out to be the last MGBs to be produced in that famous factory.  Only 580 GT LE models were built, and good ones are now quite difficult to find.  This particular car has covered only 75,000 miles from new (paperwork in the history file backs this up).  The car was extensively restored in 2000 including all the usual bodywork areas and full re-spray.  It is very well finished in metallic pewter with superb black interior and stands on good Yokohomo tyres fitted to the LE alloy wheels – again, all in excellent condition.  It starts easily and runs very smoothly with good performance and fully operational overdrive on third and fourth.  This really is a smashing motor car which is a pleasure to drive, good for everyday use in modern traffic.  Please come and have a look.  V5C, and MOT to September 2017.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for other pre-war or early post-war cars, and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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1969 MGB GT with Overdrive

1969 MGB GT with Overdrive

An excellent example  of the ever-popular MGB GT, which is a very practical classic car that will keep up with modern traffic.  These cars are very easy to own, with simple mechanics and readily available spare parts.  This particular example, finished in Blue Royale, was first registered on 1st January 1970 and over the last few years has been comprehensively restored, including bodywork, mechanics and trim, all resulting in a car in very good condition.  It starts, runs and drives extremely well and stands on very smart LE wheels with nearly new tyres.  Many improvements have been made to the car to make it more enjoyable – too many to list here, but including full-length sunroof and walnut dash.  The bodywork has obviously had new sills, castle sections, wings etc and therefore, the structure is very good.  The engine bay is nicely detailed and the underneath is clean and tidy.  The front seats are not the originals but suit the car well, as do the later style road wheels.  We do have a set of Rostyles if you prefer.  History file and V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war or early post-war cars, and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

A super little car, restored in recent years and in excellent condition.  Starts well and runs nicely, clean and tidy underneath.  An excellent first pre-war car – these little Austin Sevens are always in demand, and are nice and easy to own.  V5C

Sorry – sold within 24 hours of collection, but see our other RP Box Saloon available on this page.

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

A splendid little car in very nice condition – shiny paintwork, clean underneath, excellent interior, including headlining, and seems to be mechanically good.  Excellent tyres, chromework and battery.  This car starts easily and drives nicely through its 4-speed gearbox. We think it has its original engine.  Good history file, including buff log book dating back to 1952, photos of its restoration and old MOT history.  V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs!) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon for Restoration

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

Recently unearthed from long-term storage, this Austin Seven looks to be complete (there may be a few small items missing) and is need of total restoration from top to bottom – so you cannot drive it home!  It is very original, apart from the headlining, and appears to have its original engine.   A very worthy project as it would save the old thing, which has languished in a barn probably since 1965, according to the tax disc that came with it.  It has been re-registered with the DVLA and now has a V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or good MGBs) and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

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1930 Austin Seven RL Box Saloon

1930 Austin Seven RL Box Saloon

A genuine, vintage Austin Seven, first registered on 30 September 1930.  Originally registered in Swindon, more recently it has resided in Southern Ireland.  Generally, the car is in pretty good fettle, but won’t be winning any shows as its paintwork is rather worn.  The interior, however, is good, with re-covered seats to the correct specification, good door cards and headlining.  The car starts very well and is quite sprightly.  Underneath is clean and tidy and there is lots of tread on the tyres.  Ideal for VSCC events – will make a good trials car.  It is likely that the engine is the original.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war vehicles, (or good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

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1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

First registered on 1 January 1973, this comprehensively restored MGB is in very good condition all round. The bodywork, which is finished in the splendid 1970s colour Harvest Gold has been extensively renovated, with new sills, castle sections, jacking points, wings etc., resulting in a structurally superb car. The previous owner informs us that the engine was fully rebuilt and has been converted to run on unleaded petrol. Overdrive is fitted. Much of the interior has been renewed and is in excellent fettle. The car sits on alloy wheels with almost new Yokohomo tyres, it has Spax shockers all round. Excellent underneath, and detailed engine bay. The car has not been used since its restoration (genuine reason). Will come with new MoT. V5C, history file.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars (or good MGBs), and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week and at any reasonable hour, on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

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1933 Austin 10/4

1933 Austin 10/4

This is a very nice pre-war Austin in very good condition and with lovely patina, finished in one of the favourite colour combinations for this car, red and black, and with ‘ox-blood’ coloured interior.  The car was extensively restored a number of years ago including the paintwork, which is good, but it has a few age-related blemishes.  The interior is superb, having been re-trimmed in leather and having had a new headlining and carpets fitted at the same time.  Underneath, the car is very sound and tidy.  The bodywork is good, with well-fitting doors, there is a properly operating sun roof with all its fittings, an opening windscreen and luggage rack with trunk.  The car starts very easily and runs and drives nicely through its 4-speed gearbox, with good oil pressure.  All previously re-wired and with good 12 volt battery.  Comes with V5C and buff continuation log book from 1961 showing the same registration number.  It appears to have had only 3 owners since 1990.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

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1934 Austin 7 RP Box Saloon

1934 Austin 7 RP Box Saloon

A good little Austin 7, complete with sunroof and opening windscreen. The paintwork has some blemishes, the interior is partly re-trimmed, and spare fabric comes with the car to re-trim the front seats as well, if you choose. Headlining is fine, and the door cards have been re-covered. Sunroof operates nicely, and the charging system works. Starts, runs and drives well through its 4-speed gearbox. A small, towing box trailer built for the car is available in addition.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other good MGBs or for pre-war/early post-war cars, and we offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

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1934 Austin 10/4

1934 Austin 10/4

This is a really excellent Austin Ten, well finished in probably the best colour combination of dark blue and black.  First class bodywork with well-fitting doors.  Good interior, mainly renewed over recent years including headlining, and original seats which add a lovely patina.  The car benefits from a sliding sunroof and opening front screen, together with luggage rack complete with basket. It even has its often-missing spare wheel cover.  Wheels and tyres are excellent, as are the chrome work,  the engine bay and the underside of the car.  Starts, runs and drives well, and is ready to enjoy.  One of the nicest currently available, keenly priced.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

Please telephone for more information.

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