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Most of the cars we offer for sale are owned by us, but we also sell on commission. If you would like us to sell your car for you, our commission rates are competitive, and we can collect your car personally.

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1973 MGB Roadster with overdrive – red

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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.

SOLD ~ Sorry, sold within 24 hours, please see our other cars, or telephone us with your requirements

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.

£12,500

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.

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£6,750

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.

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SOLD

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.

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SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

First registered on 1st January 1937, this little Ruby was built at the end of 1936.  As it has not been used much over the past five years, it is in need of re-commissioning, although we will no doubt get it running when we have a moment.  It appears to be in very good overall condition, with pretty good paintwork, and all nice and solid.  Inside, the car is good with fairly good headlining and a properly operating sun roof.  Comes with V5C and buff log book dating back to 1954, all showing the same registration number, so this 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 can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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SOLD

1931 Austin Seven RM Box Saloon

1931 Austin Seven RM Box Saloon

An absolutely delightful little car in very good order throughout.  It has spent the last 13 years in a private collection and has been very well maintained.  The bodywork is excellent, with good door-fit, good bonnet-fit and very good paintwork.  The fabric top is excellent.  The interior is also in super condition, including door cards, seats and headlining, the floor has rubber mats.  The car starts well, the engine runs nicely, and it proceeds at a good pace through its 3-speed gearbox.   The clutch is excellent.  The underside is very clean and tidy and four tyres look to be newly fitted.  Comes with some history, including some very interesting insurance and MOT documents from the 1960s and an invoice from The Cooke Group for restoration work carried out in the 1980s. Also a couple of old black and white photos showing the car at auction.  V5.

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

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I de-Luxe Saloon

1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I de-Luxe Saloon

Some people might describe this as a ‘Barn Find’ but we aren’t sure there really is such a thing any more.  However, this little car has languished in a barn since around 2007, when a partial restoration was begun.  We are pleased to have saved it, and are looking for a purchaser who will finish the job and bring it back to the standard it deserves.  We have not cleaned the car, so it is scruffy and dirty, just as it emerged from the barn.  You may wish to tidy it, you may love it as it is!  We have been driving it around the orchard, having put some fresh petrol in the tank, and it is very sprightly and a lot of fun.  The engine runs well, and has good oil pressure, and the charging system works.  There is a new battery and all five tyres have been renewed recently.  The interior of the car has been re-trimmed, including headlining and sun-roof, which works very well.  It is nice to see that the original rubber floor mats are all still fitted and in pretty good condition.  The underside of the car is good and has obviously been attended to at some stage. The gearbox is noisy on first gear, but otherwise, the car seems to be mechanically good. The paintwork is poor, and really, a re-paint would greatly improve the car – if that is what you want.  We think the car could be used just as it is, and you wouldn’t worry about leaving it outside the pub!  Comes with V5C and buff log book dating back to 1956 showing the same registration number, so this is probably its original number.  Small amount of paperwork.

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.

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SOLD

1996 Mini Sprite

1996 Mini Sprite

High spec version of the Rover Mini Sprite, originally built in 1996. The car has been tastefully modified and improved in recent years, and as you can see looks fantastic, having been well maintained since. It is a dry suspension model, sitting on Mamba 13″ alloys with Nankang tyres. The 1275cc engine features a John Cooper works kit, including fuel injection, so performance is very good, and this is further enhanced by the big bore stainless steel exhaust, which sounds great. The improved interior is very striking, and is in good condition. V5C and MoT to January 2017.

Economic delivery can be arranged to most parts of mainland Britain.

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SOLD

1966 MGB GT with Overdrive

1966 MGB GT with Overdrive

Early MGBs are now becoming quite scarce, so we are pleased to offer for sale this ready-to-use example, finished in mineral blue, and with desirable wire wheels.  It has overdrive, which was optional in 1966, a 4-speed gearbox with no synchromesh on first, and looks as though it probably has the original engine.  The paintwork is generally good, with a few age-acquired blemishes.  The interior is good, with black seating and carpets.  The car starts and drives well, with lively performance.  According to the history file, the bodywork was rebuilt in 1988, and it has been maintained well since.  Good MOT history.  V5C, original handbook, MOT to next April (2017).  By no means perfect, but a good value MGB.

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

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SOLD

1937 Morris 8 Series I

1937 Morris 8 Series I

This keenly priced example of the very popular Morris 8 Series I, is finished in dark blue and black, with blue interior.  The car was obviously restored a number of years ago, and is very sound indeed.  The underside is excellent, the paintwork is good but with some blemishes, and the interior is nice and original, lending great patina to the car.  The headlining has been renewed at some stage.  The door card pockets require some attention.  This car starts and runs well, and drives nicely through its 3-speed gearbox.  Brakes are hydraulic, as was standard on these vehicles, and the car stops very well.  Overall, a good example for not a lot of money, making it an ideal ‘starter’ classic – come and have a look, we are sure you’ll be pleased with what you see.  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).

SOLD

1929 Morris Minor OHC Saloon

1929 Morris Minor OHC Saloon

An increasingly hard to find overhead cam Morris Minor, restored in 1992. First registered 31 December 1929, so ideal for VSCC events and more. There is a photographic record of the body-off restoration, and the car has been well maintained since, although not used much in recent years. It is extremely sound and structurally very good, with well-fitting doors; the underneath is clean and tidy and well greased. The interior is good and the folding head works well. Good wheels and exhaust. The car starts and drives nicely through its later model 4-speed gearbox (the original 3-speed gearbox comes with the car). The paintwork is blemished, but perfectly acceptable unless you want to win a show. A nice, mature vintage car at an attractive price. V5C, history file including VSCC eligibility document from 2005.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other 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).

SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Opal

1936 Austin Seven Opal

A fun and reasonably priced little motor car, ideal for summer days.  In good mechanical order, structurally good, clean and tidy underneath.  Starts on-the-button, runs and drives well.  We were informed by the previous owner that the engine has just been fully rebuilt by Ray Hudd and it certainly runs very sweetly.  The interior of the car is very good, with recently re-trimmed seats and door cards.  The hood and side screens are like new.  However, the paint finish is not good, hence the price. 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.

 

SOLD

1935 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

1935 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

A very attractive Mark I Ruby in Brunswick green, with black wings. The car was extensively restored a number of years ago, and has recently had a re-trim (costing over £1000), resulting in a very smart little car. It starts, runs and drives well through its 4-speed gearbox, the clutch is nice and quiet and the underneath of the car is very clean and tidy, as you can see. There is a sliding sun roof – the sliding part needs the trim sorting out. It has just come out of 8 years ownership and has not been used much during this time, so now requires a good home where it will be used as it deserves. Comes complete with picnic basket, jack, wheel brace, and period inspection lamp. New battery, V5C, some history. A nice little Ruby for not a lot of money.

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.

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SOLD

1937 Ford Model Y

1937 Ford Model Y

A superb example of this iconic little Ford, first registered 21 April 1937. The car has had a full restoration in recent years, and runs and drives exceptionally well through its 3-speed gearbox, with good brakes. The structure of the car is A1, the paintwork is excellent, the upholstery is almost like new, including seats, carpets, door cards and headlining. Beneath the bonnet is nicely detailed, and even boasts its original oil can. The underneath of the car is equally good, as you would expect, and the wheels are very good, the four matching tyres are nearly new. We don’t think you will find a better example for sale at the moment. 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).

SOLD

1974 MGB GT with Overdrive

1974 MGB GT with Overdrive

This is a very good example of the ever-popular MGB, finished in a great 70s colour, Harvest Gold, with dark navy blue interior. This car is in good, sound structural condition, having been the subject of much restoration in recent years. The paintwork is good although there are a few minor blemishes. The engine bay has just been repainted (engine out) and a new clutch has been fitted, together with a stainless steel exhaust. The car runs and drives very well and has a smooth overdrive on 3rd and 4th. There is a nice full-length Webasto sunroof, and sports alloy wheels with a good matching set of Uniroyal tyres which have not done many miles. This is a matching-numbers car and comes with a good history file, including the original MG Passport from the original supplier, J.C. Bates & Sons Ltd of Brighouse. V5C, Heritage Certificate and MoT to March 2017.

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.

SOLD

1929 Austin Seven RK Saloon

1929 Austin Seven RK Saloon

First registered on 23rd April 1929, this increasingly rare little Austin Seven comes with good and interesting history and is mainly original. The car is painted in a spectacular shade of yellow with black trim, and looks very attractive indeed, although the paintwork has had quite a few knocks as you can see from the photographs. Inside, the car has good headlining and original seats in Rexine (although the front squabs have been re-covered at some stage. It has part wind-up and part sliding windows, as is correct, along with sun visor – most necessary for the British summer. The engine starts and runs well and has good oil pressure. Driving it is great fun, through its 3-speed gearbox – the clutch is nice and quiet and not too harsh. The dashboard is nice and complete, with everything working. Underneath is clean and tidy. Good wheels and tyres. V5C and continuation logbook from 1949, also, original handbook and spare parts book. We think this is the original registration number.

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 7 days a week and at any reasonable time) on 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts).

SOLD

1935 Morris 8 Series I

1935 Morris 8 Series I

Another super little Morris 8 in splendid condition throughout. Well finished in the popular colour combination of red and black, with only a few blemishes. The interior is very nice, with recently renewed headlining and carpets, and original seats and door cards, which add a lovely patina to the car. It starts, runs and drives superbly through its 3-speed gearbox and has the advantage of hydraulic brakes, which were a standard feature of Morris cars from this period. The engine bay is nicely detailed, and the underneath is very good, as are the wheels and tyres. There is a fold-down luggage rack at the back, and the car sports its original semaphore indicators. V5C. An absolute delight, not to be missed.

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

1929 Austin 7 Mulliner Saloon

1929 Austin 7 Mulliner Saloon

A very rare and pretty little Austin Seven, in delightful condition. Bags of character and very cheeky! Restored some years ago, the car is in excellent structural and mechanical order, with good fabric to the bodywork and lovely patinated paintwork to the wings and bonnet. Starts, runs and drives well, complete with lovely brass King of the Road headlamps, sliding sunroof and opening front window. The interior is very good, including the headlining, the underneath is clean and the wheels and tyres are excellent. The car is ready to enjoy this year’s rally season or just for trips out. There are not many of these cars left now. V5C and buff logbook.

Please telephone for more information.

We are always happy to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war vehicles and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

SOLD

1937 Austin Seven Ulster Replica

1937 Austin Seven Ulster Replica

This car was built around 13-14 years ago, to a very good standard. It is constructed on a long chassis, giving plenty of cockpit room. The engine is by Pigsty Racing, with all the desirable goodies, including Phoenix crank, Honda pistons etc. This is a quick car, with a raucous fishtail exhaust, more than adequate semi-girling brakes and an easy to use 4-speed gearbox with racing clutch. As the car is not ‘straight out of the box’, it has a lovely patina, and is just like stepping into an old racing car – the bodywork is by Rod Yates and is very good indeed. The underneath is excellent, clean and tidy. Needless to say, it is great fun to drive, and is road registered with V5C dating the car to 1 June 1937. This really is an excellent Ulster replica, and to the best of our knowledge, is cheaper than anything similar on the market – don’t miss it!

Please telephone for more information.

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

 

SOLD

1934 Standard Nine

1934 Standard Nine

This is an excellent and very original car, with lovely patina. First registered in Rhyl in September 1934, it was then taken off the road in 1939 at the outbreak of war. Later, it was put into a museum, hence the low mileage, which a previous owner believes to be correct, although we have no proof. The car is in excellent condition, finished in dark blue and black. The chassis and structure are very good. The interior is really lovely, with original leather seats, recent headlining and carpets, and opening sunroof and front windscreen. It even has its original courtesy light. Good chrome work, good tyres. The car starts, runs and drives well, having been well maintained by its previous owner. It has a new exhaust, spin-on oil filter and su carburettor, making the car very useable and reliable. It comes with its original log book from 1934, an original instruction handbook and V5C.

Please telephone for more information 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, and can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

SOLD

1957 MGA 1500 Coupe

1957 MGA 1500 Coupe

Imported from the USA two years ago, this is a very sound example for straightforward restoration. From what we can see, the bodywork and chassis are good, with only a few areas of corrosion (we can supply photographs). Again, as far as we can tell, the car is complete, apart from one missing seat squab, radiator grille surround, one wing mirror, engine ancillaries – there may be other parts that we haven’t spotted yet. The car is UK registered, with V5C and Heritage Certificate, following inspection and verification by the MG Owners Club – so none of the usual hassle with DVLA. A good, straight car which will make an excellent sports coupe. We think the original colour was Old English White.

Please telephone for more information.

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

SOLD

1936 Austin Seven Open Road Tourer

1937 Austin Seven Open Road Tourer

A well-patinated example of the now quite rare AAL Austin Seven Tourer (a Ruby without a top!), finished in the very popular colour combination of dark blue and black. The paintwork is fairly good (with some blemishes), and the interior is good, as it has been re-upholstered at some stage. The floor mats are rubber and probably original. The canvas side screens and hood are very good, and there is a hood cover. Underneath, the car is clean and tidy, and the wheels and tyres are good. The car starts easily and runs well, with good oil pressure, and it drives very nicely through its 4-speed gearbox, with a nice, quiet clutch. All in all, a nice little car, ideal for summer motoring. However, some attention is needed to the door fit and a few minor jobs – this is reflected by the low asking price, so sorry, no offers. Current V5C.

Please telephone for more information, 7 days a week, at any reasonable hour.

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

 

SOLD

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

A nice little Austin Seven that has had a lot of time and effort spent on it over the last year or so, including a re-paint and re-wire. The bodywork is good, the underside is clean and tidy, and the car starts, runs and drives well through its 4-speed gearbox, with good oil pressure – even the fuel gauge works! There is a working sliding sunroof, excellent tyres, battery and exhaust. The interior is mainly original and rather worn, which you will either love, or choose to improve – the headlining is pretty good. A good first Austin Seven. V5C.

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

Please telephone for more information.

SOLD

1931 Austin Seven AF Tourer

1931 Austin Seven AF Tourer

A rare and very attractive aluminium-bodied short wheel base Austin Seven four-seater tourer. This model was the last of the tourers having Chummy-style doors. A cute little car, offering great vintage style motoring at a very reasonable price, particularly when compared with the price of a Chummy. The car is very nicely finished in ‘biscuit’ and black with only a few small blemishes. Nice, tidy interior in black – please note, that the car has its hood and side-screen frames, but no covering (fabric included). This has been reflected in the asking price. The engine, gearbox and carburettor have recently been rebuilt, and the car starts, runs and drives very well indeed, with good clutch and brakes – in fact, it is a delight to drive. It comes with buff continuation logbook from 1956, V5C, handbook and invoices for recent work completed.

Please telephone if you are interested and would like more information.

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

 

SOLD

1974 MGB GT with Overdrive

1974 MGB GT with Overdrive

An excellent MGB in very good condition. This car has been restored in recent years, including body work and the interior was re-trimmed more recently including seat covers and carpets. The paintwork is excellent with only a couple of minor blemishes and the structure of the car appears to be very good following its previous restoration work. Starts, runs and drives well with very lively performance, good oil pressure, nice gearbox and smooth overdrive. Good tyres. The car has recently had new brake pipes, radiator and battery (converted to 12 volt). It will come with new MOT, brake service and oil change. V5C. A super MG for regular use. Please note, this car is in Old English White, the photographs make it appear much ‘whiter’ than it is.

Please telephone for more information.

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

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

What a marvellous find this is – an early RP model with 4-speed gearbox, and having had only two owners from new, the first one from 1933 to 2010! The car is mostly original including, we think, the upholstery. The headlining has been slightly altered, although much of it is original. The colour was originally blue and black, but apart from that, we don’t think the car has changed much from the day it was built. The first owner was clearly very much involved with tennis, having a connection with the East of England and Bedfordshire School of Tennis. It appears to have the original Bedford registration number and we think even the original engine. This car starts on-the-button and runs very well, with really good brakes. Last MOTd to July 2013, and clearly it has been used regularly throughout its life. If you put a new set of tyres on this car, you would have a very useable ‘oily rag’ example and there aren’t many of these around now. V5C, some history.

Please telephone for more information.

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

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1931 Austin Seven Boat-Tail Two Seater

1931 Austin Seven Boat-Tail Two Seater

Built on 11 May 1931, this splendid little two-seater is as rare as hens’ teeth – there are only 65 on the Boat-Tail Register, and of these, only 35 are on the road. This is therefore an excellent opportunity to purchase a piece of motoring history. It has just been extensively restored bodily and mechanically, and has driven only 30 miles (approximately) since the restoration. It is in superb condition, with first class bodywork, which we are told is original. Well-fitting doors. Beautifully finished in an attractive deep red with black wings. The underside of the car is just as good, as is the engine compartment. The interior has also been re-trimmed, the hood and side-screens are new, and allare very well-fitting. Newly refurbished wheels and new tyres. The car starts easily, has good oil pressure and drives well through its 3-speed gearbox. The whole car is in excellent, ready-to-use condition. Heritage Certificate, V5C.

Please telephone for more information.

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

 

 

 

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1947 Morris 8 E Series

1947 Morris 8 E Series

This is an attractive example of the increasingly popular Morris 8 Series E, looking very smart in its red and black paintwork, which was renewed a few years ago. The car starts, runs and drives well, with good oil pressure and the underneath is very sound, clean and tidy. Inside, the seats and door cards are all original and the headlining was renewed fairly recently, but requires finishing around the sunroof. Chrome work is good. There are a few minor jobs to attend to, hence the asking price, but the car is on-the-button and ready to use. An excellent low-cost entry into the classic car market. V5C, and good batch of paperwork.

Please telephone for more information.

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

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1971 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

1971 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

A good example of the iconic MGB sports car, finished in tartan red with black interior – what more could you want for the summer? Nice, original, chrome bumper car, with overdrive on 3rd and 4th. The car is in very nice condition with only a few minor blemishes to the paintwork. Structurally very good, ie sills, castle sections, spring hangers, jacking points etc. Good hood, excellent interior with recent carpets, including boot. The car starts, runs and drives nicely with smooth overdrive and good oil pressure. Good, smooth engine, recent exhaust, good tyres on original Rostyle wheels. MoT until February 2017, V5C. History file. An excellent sports car at very little money, just ready to enjoy. Come and drive it away.

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

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1934 Morris Minor Two Seater

1934 Morris Minor Two Seater

This car is a great introduction to pre-war motor cars. It is in good mechanical fettle, having just had a lot of restoration work carried out. The car starts, runs and drives well, the engine runs well with good oil pressure, and it has a very nice clutch and gearbox. The bodywork too, has been sympathetically restored, but the paintwork could be improved. The hood and side screens have recently been recovered, and the upholstery including seats, door cards and carpets has also been renewed. Good tyres. The car has been converted to 12 volt, and we think the engine is probably original. Comes with V5C, continuation book from 1966 and small amount of paperwork. Great fun and ready for immediate use – a lovely little car for not much money. Priced to sell, so sorry, no offers on this one.

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

 

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1941 Morris Series Y 10 cwt Van

1940 Morris Series Y 10 cwt Van

This is an excellent example of the now quite rare ‘Y’ series Morris van, which started out life as a GPO telephone engineer’s van. It was purchased by the current owners, for whom we are selling the van, in 1990, and we understand that it had only three previous owners. The last of these carried out a comprehensive restoration, winning several prizes. The vehicle has been used by the current owners for advertising their business, and for taking to shows. It is in extremely good condition, both mechanically and bodily, and runs and drives well. Ready to use for this year’s shows or for advertising your own business. V5C.

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

Originally supplied by R E Payton of Stockton Heath, Warrington, this Austin Seven was first registered in December 1933. It is an RP Model, so has 4-speed gearbox. It was restored back in 1981 by a previous owner in Llandudno, and is still in good working order now, although it has a few little blemishes, as you might expect. The paintwork is generally good, as is the interior, including good headlining, excellent seating and serviceable carpets. Good tyres, battery and exhaust. The car starts, runs and drives well, and the chassis and running gear all look to be in very good order. The previous owner acquired this little Austin in 2001, so it has had good, long-term ownership. It comes with buff log book dating back to 1961, old MOT certificates, old tax discs and current V5C.

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

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SORRY ~ ALREADY SOLD

 

 

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1952 MG TD for Restoration

1952 MG TD for Restoration

A good car for restoration, being very original, and appearing to be sound. Recently imported from the USA – the dry state of California. As far as I can see, everything on the car seems to be correct, including the engine, which turns but doesn’t run. Good chromework and seats, all dials present, original steering wheel. Good side screen frames, the canvas, as with the hood, is good for pattern-making. All taxes paid, HMRC NOVA certificate, also California ownership certificate. A straightforward restoration – well restored examples are fetching a lot of money now. A very worthwhile project, which will result in a very fine driving car.

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

 

 

 

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1932 Morris 8cwt 13.9 HP Flatnose Light Van

1932 Morris 8cwt 13.9 HP Flatnose Light Van

A very original and rare 13.9HP Cowley van, which has been sympathetically restored by a professional motor engineer over the last 12 months. It is nicely finished in Oxford blue, with black wings and fabric top. The bodywork was generally in good condition, and it is therefore mainly original, only the running boards and wing valances have been replaced. It has been re-wired. Internally, the van is again, nice and original (and therefore rather basic!) The original seats have been retained and these add a nice patina to the interior. The chassis and running gear have been restored and repainted. The vehicle starts and drives as it should. An excellent vehicle for rallies, or for promotional purposes with lots of space for advertising graphics. The existing graphics can be easily removed. V5C. Ready to use.

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

 

 

 

 

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