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MGB GT with Overdrive 1973

MGB GT with Overdrive 1973

This is a superb looking MGB GT, finished in tartan red to the style of the 1960s Sebring factory cars.  This car is a lot of fun and is very lively with its 1950cc engine.  The mechanics are good and the car drives very well indeed with strong brakes and nice, smooth overdrive.  The structure of the car is very good, having been extensively restored around eight years ago.  The restoration included new sills, castle sections, wings etc and obviously, a re-spray.  Wheels, tyres, exhaust and battery are all good.  The interior is good and clean and tidy, with a little wear to the driver’s seat.  This car really does drive well, and might even be suitable as a track day car – it certainly looks the part. MOT to November 2019 with no advisories. V5C. Previous owner for seven years. Excellent value.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, or for other good MGs, 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.

£5,995

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MGB GT with Overdrive 1974

MGB GT with Overdrive 1974

A very smart example with the essential overdrive, nicely finished in the iconic 70s colour, Aconite, with contrasting part-leather trim interior.  First registered in January 1975, this one of the last chrome bumper models.  The car is in very good condition throughout, having been extensively restored a number of years ago.  (The car underwent a very thorough body and structural inspection in 2014, with only two new door skins being required, together with a refresh of the paintwork).  Over the last 18 months, a lot of money has been spent on detailing the car, together with discreet improvements, resulting in a car which is not only very pleasing to look at, but very pleasing to drive.  The underside of the car is good, including sills, castle sections etc and the upper body is excellent including the wing seams.  The front and rear suspension have been rebuilt recently, as have the brakes.  Wheels, tyres, battery and exhaust are all good, and the car starts easily and drives very well – good oil pressure, no overheating, good, responsive overdrive and excellent brakes. Inside, the leather seats, walnut dashboard and centre console, together with the wood-rimmed steering wheel  and quality door cards and carpets have lifted the spec nicely, without spoiling the integrity of the car.  Good history file covering the last two years, V5C. The car will come with new MOT.  A very nice MGB indeed.

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

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£8,250

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MG TD 1953 Matching Numbers Car

1953 MG TD

A very smart MG TD finished in an attractive shade of British Racing Green, with complimentary leather interior.  The car was produced in July 1953 for the American market in left-hand drive form, and came back to this country in 2013.  The car was restored in America, we think around 2006-07 and is in very good condition.  The paintwork is generally good, with one or two imperfections, the chrome work is excellent, having been renewed, and the upholstery is also in good condition, with a nice patina.  The hood and side screens have recently been replaced – a top quality job with excellent fit, carried  out by A.S. Pickering at Bradford – very expensive.  The wheels and tyres and the stainless steel exhaust are all good, and the underside of the car is just as you would like it, as you can see from the photograph.  The car starts easily and runs well, driving smoothly through the gears, with nice clutch and good brakes.  The oil pressure is good and there is no overheating, and the charging system works well.  Flashing indicators have been fitted for safety.  At the rear of the car there is a fold-down luggage rack, so ideal for touring.  Everything on the car works as it should and we are pleased to offer it for sale at a very realistic price.  Comes with V5C, history file, reprinted handbook, and original type jack.

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

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£18,750

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Lanchester 10 1933 ~ New Price

1933 Lanchester 10

First registered on 2nd March 1933, this Lanchester 10 (actually badged by Lanchester as a Lanchester Four Type 10) is a quite rare commodity these days, and what a smashing car it is!  It was clearly built to a high standard in its day, with quality fittings and advanced running gear, including pre-selector gearbox and fluid flywheel.  This is a good-sized car but not too heavy and is easy to drive once you get used to the gearbox, which only took me a few minutes.  This particular example was restored in 2004 by the previous owner, who spent many hours rebuilding and bringing back to life this most attractive limousine.  The car is in good condition with excellent bodywork, good paintwork with a few imperfections, and an interior which is partly original, partly new.  The headlining has been replaced, the door cards and carpets are very good, and the seats are original (there is a bit of a tear in the driver’s seat base). Opening front window.  The underside of the car is good and sound, and tyres are nearly new.  We have gone some way to re-commissioning the car in that we have sorted out the ignition and fuel system and car now starts easily and runs well.  There are still some items to re-commission and attend to – with a little bit of effort this lovely old car could soon be back on the road.  Comes with V5C, photo album showing the restoration, early continuation book and some other paperwork.

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

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£7,950

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MG TD 1952 LHD Matching Numbers Car

1952 MG TD

We have never seen a better unrestored car from the States – this is a genuine Californian car, so dry climate, which has been back in this country since 2016.  The bodywork and underside, including chassis and running gear, are all in very good condition (though obviously not black and shiny!) and there appears to be no rot whatsoever in the car.  The doors fit properly, the car has obviously been re-sprayed whilst in America, but many years ago and has quite a nice patina.  There is only very minor – we mean very minor – surface rust and a few minor dings, as you might expect.  The interior is pretty much original, with good seats, useable door cards and original dashboard. The hood and side screens fit well and are quite serviceable, apart from the rear window which needs replacing. The car has its original engine which starts easily and runs well.  It drives nicely with good brakes, and the clutch and gearbox work fine, although there is some excessive play on the clutch pedal.  We think it would be a pity to restore this car as it is so original and needs only a little work to make it a good everyday user. These cars are easy to drive and offer a vintage style of motoring with a much more modern and useable feel and in our view, there would be little point in changing it to right hand drive.  Comes with V5C and box file of history and at the crazy low price of £11,950.

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

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Austin Ascot Light 12/4 Saloon 1935

Austin Ascot Light 12/4 Saloon 1935

This is a lovely pre-war motor car, offering lots of space and comfort.  It was first registered in October 1935, having been supplied by Turf Motors, Frizinghall Ltd, of Bradford and the car has obviously been well maintained throughout its life, as it is in very good shape.  Excellent chassis and running gear.  The bodywork is very good, with well-fitting doors, and the car is well painted, albeit with a few minor areas to improve, and all nicely patinated.  The interior of the car is mainly original, with leather seats, and is generally good for its age, although some improvement would be possible.  The headlining is fairly new and therefore very good and there is a working courtesy lamp.  There are three window blinds, all in working order, and an opening windscreen and sliding sunroof. The car starts well and the engine is nice and smooth with good oil pressure.  It is a pleasure to drive with nice gearbox, clutch and adequate brakes. Flashing indicators have been fitted for safety, these work off a steering wheel switch; semaphores are fitted but not connected and there is a reversing lamp.  The underside of the car is clean and tidy but shows that the car has been well used.  The tyres are in good condition with no cracking and plenty of tread left.  V5C, some paperwork including old MOTs.  Ready to use and enjoy.

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

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£8,950

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MG Midget Mk III 1974

MG Midget Mk III 1974

A super little round wheel arch Midget, first registered in April 1974 and supplied new by Oliver Rix Ltd of Cambridge.  The car is in good condition, having been re-painted in recent times, together with other necessary remedial work.  The underside of the car is clean and tidy.  he bodywork is good with no rust, well-fitting doors and a nice finish to the damask red paintwork.  The interior is also good, including the carpets which extend into the boot, (with the exception of the driver’s side carpet.  The hood fits well and has no damage and the windows are nice and clear.  There is a tonneau cover and hood cover and there is a jack and wheel spanner in the boot.  The car starts immediately and runs nice and smoothly, with a very quiet gearbox (which makes a change for a Midget), good clutch and sharp brakes.  Good exhaust system.  This little Midget performs very well indeed.  The wheels have been refurbished and have chrome rims.  This is a nice, original specification car at a very reasonable price, and would be a pleasure to own.  V5C, Heritage Certificate, MOT to July 2019 and some history, including lots of old MOT certificates.

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

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£6,250

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Austin Seven RP Box Saloon 1934

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

Austin Sevens are terrific little cars, and you will have an enormous amount of fun without spending a lot of money.  This particular example was first registered in January 1934, so it is a late RP model, with 4-speed gearbox.  The car was clearly restored a few years ago, and has been maintained well since, both bodily and mechanically.  The black paintwork is generally very good with only a few imperfections.  The interior is good, including seats, door cards and headlining (although the latter could be improved where it falls behind the rear seats).  A nice feature is the original rubber floor matting – usually, these days, this has been replaced with carpets.  The car is totally sound, with excellent metal work and good mechanics.  It starts easily, runs well, and has good oil pressure, and everything works – although the fuel gauge is a little pessimistic.  The two front tyres are nearly new and there is plenty of life in the rear tyres.  The car is ready to jump in and drive – ideal for this year’s show season.  V5C, buff continuation book dating back to 1951 and showing the same registration number, so we guess it is the original.  A smart little example, realistically priced.

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

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£7,950

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MGB GT with Overdrive 1965

MGB GT with Overdrive 1965

Just out of long-term ownership (18 years), this splendid MGB is in superb condition throughout and, being an early model, is highly desirable. The car was first registered in June 1966 having been built in December 1965.  It has had only 3 owners in total.  The car was extensively restored in the late 1980s, and has been meticulously maintained since by a well-known MG specialist.  It has only been used in dry weather during its last period of ownership, so is rust-free – the underside of the car and structure is just as good as the rest.  The bodywork is finished in its original mineral blue, and the original spec interior is in black with white piping to the leather seats.  The under bonnet area is nicely detailed.  During the last ownership, the engine, gearbox and overdrive were all rebuilt, as was the suspension.  The car stands on alloy centre-lock wheels with five matching Yokohoma tyres, all in good condition – these could easily be changed for wire wheels once you have worn out the current tyres, no point doing it now.  The car starts well, and drives very nicely with good performance and smooth transmission including the overdrive.  Huge history file including 24 old MOTs, service history etc, V5C and current MOT.  A delightful car, not to be missed, serious enquiries only by telephone please.

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

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MG TD Midget 1952

1952 MG TD

We are delighted to offer this very nice, original right-hand drive MG TD, as part of our MG range of cars for sale.  The car was restored some 10-15 years ago, and is in very good condition with excellent paintwork in a very pleasing shade of burgundy.  The interior of the car is very good, the seats and door cards etc. having been re-trimmed during the restoration.  The hood and side screens, again, were replaced and show no wear.  The chassis and running gear is all very good and the engine starts easily and runs like a clock, with good oil pressure, no over-heating and providing lively performance.  On the road, the car drives very well with nice gearbox, clutch and good brakes, and the car handles well on its radial tyres, which are in excellent condition.  Flashing indicators have been fitted for safety, and a good quality luggage rack, for convenience.  This is not a concourse car, but it is in very fine condition and is ideal for regular use. We are let to believe that it has had only four owners from new. Comes with V5C and some paperwork.

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

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Austin Seven RN Box Saloon 1932

1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

This is a great example of the ever-popular Austin Seven, with lovely patina and lots of originality.  These box saloons are becoming increasingly difficult to find in this condition.  The bodywork is very good, with good paint finish, just a few minor blemishes as you might expect.  The structure of the car is very good indeed, with well-fitting doors, good floors and excellent chassis and running gear, which is all nice and clean.  The car has been well maintained and starts very easily, running very smoothly with good oil pressure – we think it has its original engine.  The clutch, gearbox and brakes all work well.  The wheels are good and the tyres are nearly new, good battery and exhaust.  Even the charging system works, as does the electric windscreen wiper and original Riste horn.  The interior of the car has new headlining and there is a sliding sunroof, which opens easily.  The seats and door cards are original and in a very good state of repair for the age of the car, and should certainly be retained – likewise, the original running board rubbers.  The rubber mats in the rear of the car are also original.  This is a great little car to drive, with lively performance – in fact, it is the nicest driving Austin Seven we have had the pleasure of offering for sale for a long time.  Comes with some history including continuation logbook from 1952, confirming the registration number, chassis number etc.  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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Austin 12/6 Harley 1932

Austin 12/6 Harley 1932

A smashing old car in lovely condition, ready for immediate use. Nicely finished in black and buttercream, with attractive green leather interior, which has recently been refurbished.  The headlining is excellent and there is an opening sunroof. There are many period features inside the car, including 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, it is very spacious but not ‘over-big’, so it’s easy to drive and there is room for all the family!  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 clean and sound underneath.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGs) 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.

 

 

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Wolseley Wasp 1935

Wolseley Wasp 1935

This lovely old car has been in the same ownership since 1993 but has spent the last 15 years off the road, resting in its garage, making it an ideal candidate for light restoration.  We have now go it running and driving – it starts very easily and has good oil pressure, but the cooling system has some leaks and will need attention.  Further re-commissioning will be needed, as the brake master cylinder and probably wheel cylinders are seized (the brakes themselves are not stuck on), however the hand brake works so the car can be moved around under its own steam.  There do not seem to be any problems with the clutch or gearbox.  The underside of the car is sound, although it does require cleaning and painting and there is some welding needed to the spare wheel carrier.  The upper body work is good with good tin-work and well fitting panels, including doors and bonnet.  The paintwork is good to say it has been standing for so long, but it would benefit from improvement.  The interior of the car is excellent, including door cards, head lining and seats, and there is a sliding sun roof and opening front window (not yet tested).  At the time of its hibernation, the car was running fine, according to the owner.  We think this would make a lovely wedding car – it really looks the part in its cream livery.  Comes with handbook, V5C and continuation book dating back to 1967, showing the same numbers – so more than likely this is the original registration number.  This is a very realistically priced car, so no silly offers please!

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGs) 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.

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MGB GT with Overdrive 1978

MGB GT with Overdrive 1978

A very smart MGB in damask red, fitted with overdrive and Webasto sunroof.  The car has been well maintained by the previous owner on an on-going basis and it is obvious that it has had new sills and wings, together with ancillary welding where necessary.  It is good and sound underneath, including castle sections.  The front suspension has recently been rebuilt and there are four good tyres on refurbished wheels with chrome trims.  The upper body work is nicely finished and it is just about blemish free.  The interior of the car is excellent with new carpets and nearly new seats, all to the original specification.  The car starts easily and drives nicely with good oil pressure, no over-heating and good clutch, brakes and gearbox.  An excellent MGB for not much money – why drive around in a modern car, when you can drive around in something much more interesting and enjoyable to drive?  Current MOT, V5C, handbook and some history.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for other good MGs) 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.

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MGB Roadster with Overdrive 1974

MGB Roadster with Overdrive 1974

What a lovely motor car this is, finished in the very desirable damask red, with black interior.  It was restored in 1987 and has remained in excellent condition ever since, having been used only in dry weather and kept on SORN throughout the winter months, for a good number of years.  The car has a nice patina with only one or two little marks on the body – the paintwork is generally very good.  The interior of the car makes a pleasant change, as it is still to the original specification, although new carpets have been fitted at some stage.  The seats are excellent.  The hood is perfect with no rips or tears and good, clear windows – this has clearly been renewed at some stage.  The structure of the car is first class.  During its restoration, new sills, inner sills, jacking points, front wings, rear half-wings etc were fitted and remain rust-free.  The under-bonnet area is in excellent condition  and is good and original.  The underside of the car is nice and clean.  There are ‘as new’ Vredestin tyres all round , fitted onto ‘as new’ alloy wheels.  The car runs well, with good oil pressure, no over-heating, good, smooth overdrive and servo brakes, and we think the mileage of 46,800 is correct.  There is a good history file and V5C, and MOT to March 2019.  This is a really nice old MGB, ready for immediate use.  Sorry – no offers on this one.

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.

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

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MG Midget 1972

MG Midget 1972

A beautiful little MG, in excellent condition throughout, well-finished in tartan red, with polished alloy wheels. This is a very well restored example, and has had only two owners in the last 17 years.  Excellent structure and cosmetics, strong, lively engine, quiet gearbox – everything works well.  Top class double duck hood.  The car drives very well and gives good performance. Comes with V5C, new MOT and some MOT history.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for other good MGs) 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.

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Royal Enfield 350 1955

Royal Enfield 350 1955

First registered in April 1955, this is a lovely old bike in need of finishing.  It is all together, and looks to be in good structural condition.  This is a well patinated bike, not a ‘showroom shiny’ example. It is not running at the moment, but a little work will soon make it a super bike.  Many new parts, including wiring harness, amp and lighting switches, battery carrier, gaskets, cables, and oil union pipes.  The cooling fins, which are often damaged, have been repaired.  V5C.  This is believed to be the original registration number.  In a nutshell, a bit of work to do, hence the realistic price of £1,500, so no silly offers!

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Morris Minor Four Seater Saloon 1934

Morris Minor Four Seater Saloon 1934

An attractive little Morris Minor, for not a lot of money and providing economical, easy to maintain, pre-war motoring.  It has a good sized interior, suitable for four adults, whilst not taking up too much room in the garage!  The car starts easily and runs well.  The bodywork is generally in good order, although some further improvement is possible.  The interior is mainly original, including door cards and there is a sliding sun roof, which needs a little fettling.  The underside of the car is very clean and tidy as is the engine bay.  The four-speed gearbox and hydraulic brakes work well and the car drives along nicely.  The charging system works.  These four seater Minors do not often come on to the market, and they offer excellent value for money – much more spacious than an Austin Seven!  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.

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MGB GT with Overdrive 1973

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

First registered in November 1973, this is a very good example of the ever-popular MGB GT, nicely finished in the superb colour ‘black tulip’, which is quite rare.  The car underwent an extensive body restoration a few years ago and is in excellent structural condition with very good paintwork.  During the restoration it is obvious that the sills, castle sections, jacking points, front wing reinforcers, front wings and half back wings were replaced.  The car starts and runs well and in fact, we have just overhauled the cylinder head.  It has overdrive on 3rd and 4th gear.  There are four matching tyres, all in excellent condition, on chrome wheels, the exhaust is good and it is MOTd to April 2019.  The interior is very good although there is a little wear in one or two places on the carpets.  The Webasto sunroof works well.  The chromework has been renewed recently.  V5C, some MOT history.  A super car, ready for immediate use.

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.

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

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Austin Big Seven 1937

1937 Austin Big Seven

A great ‘starter classic’, this is a four-door example of the very well designed and executed Austin Big Seven.  These really are good cars, and, in our opinion are greatly underestimated.  We think they are much better that the Austin Seven Ruby – much more spacious inside, a better, more powerful engine (900cc), quieter running and generally better looking – and also – they cost less to buy!   A pre-war car for all the family.  This example has just had its engine fully re-built and now runs like a dream, the interior has been restored in recent years, including head lining, door cards and seats.  Underneath, the car is good and sound and there is a good set of tyres. The paintwork could be improved in some areas, together with a bit of work to one of the doors.  All this is reflected in the price.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war cars 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.

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MGB Roadster with Overdrive 1976

1976 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

Delightful 1976 MGB Roadster in very good condition and just ready for summer motoring. The car is on-the-button and ready to use immediately, and is MOTd  to April 2019.  It is well finished in flame red with only a few minor blemishes as you might expect.  The interior is almost like new, as is the hood.  The attractive appearance of the car is further enhanced by the MG LE type wheels. The underside of the car is really sound and the engine and mechanics are all good.  A replacement Ivor Searle engine was fitted around 8,000 miles ago, and has been converted to unleaded; the complete set of MOTs certificates from 1984 suggests that this car has covered only 70,000 miles in total.  The car starts easily and runs very well with really good performance augmented by its overdrive gearbox.  The oil pressure is good, no over-heating and all the dials work as they should.  A very keenly priced car, so sorry, no offers on this one.  V5C, history file – come and drive it away.

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.

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

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MGB GT with Overdrive 1973

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

First registered in August 1973, this MGB GT in British Racing Green has had only one owner since 1978, and only three owners in total.  It has been professionally maintained for the last 20 years by York MG.  The paintwork is good, and the interior is also good, including black leather-faced seats and new carpets and door cards.  The structure of the car is sound, and indeed, it has just passed its MOT with no advisories.  The refurbished Rostyle wheels have four good Michelin tyres.  The car starts easily, has good oil pressure, no overheating, and performs well.  There is a good history file dating back to 1989, V5C and MOT to August 2019.

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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Austin Seven ‘Garden Tractor’ 1928

1928 Austin Seven Tractor

Now here is an interesting little Austin!  Originally a 1928 manufactured car, converted we think (and according to the Cambridgeshire County Records Office), to a tractor in 1948.  It is basically a shortened Chummy, with standard front end, including engine and suspension, and two 3-speed gearboxes which work in tandem.  This gives a good range of gears so you can drive along extremely slowly or at normal speed – or anything in between!  At the rear of the car there are no springs; seating is for two (or one man and his sheepdog?).  Comes with V5C so you can venture onto the roads if you wish.  Ideal for Austin Seven collector, or for hours of family fun – and maybe off-road driving lessons for the kids.  We think it would make a marvellous garden tractor to tow a little trailer to collect up all your garden rubbish – marvellous for the larger garden.  How many people do YOU know with an Austin Seven garden tractor?!  An unrepeatable piece of history – you won’t find another like it.  Some history.

Initially advertised at £8,950, this now represents terrific value for money.

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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Morris 10/4 Series II Saloon 1937

1937 Morris 10/4 Series II Saloon

What a great and handsome motor car this is!  This Morris is a very good example of its type, a high quality car with a 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 good condition, having been fully restored in recent times, including chassis, running gear and engine, body and upholstery.  The underneath is excellent.  The car is very attractive 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, the tyres are new and the brakes have recently been serviced.  There are working semaphores and flashers for safety, and driving mirrors have recently been fitted.  This is a lovely, spacious family car not to be missed.

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

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Morris Minor Two Seater 1933

1933 Morris Minor Two Seater

We are pleased to offer for sale this delightful little sports Morris, which has been partially restored by the previous owner.  It is an easy project to take on, and it should not take long to have the car completed and back on the road.  The bodywork has been restored, including re-painting and the interior has been professionally restored and a new hood and side screens  have been professionally tailored.  The underside of the car is clean and sound, but some of the mechanical items will need some attention including the brake cables, and the clutch, which slips.  We have re-commissioned the engine and it now starts and runs fine.  The car does drive, and the gearbox works OK, but we have not driven it far, mainly because of the clutch slip.  The body panels are all excellent as stated above, but the front wings and bonnet have only been fitted on loosely for the sake of completeness.  Tyres are nearly new and the wheels have been renovated.  Comes with V5C and continuation log book dating back to 1950, all suggesting the car has had only seven owners.

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

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MG Midget Mk III 1972

1972 MG Midget Mk III

This is a superb example of the MG Midget, just out of long-term ownership.  The previous owner purchased the car in 1992 and carried out a 6-7 year rebuild which was very comprehensive.  It is well finished in British Racing Green with a first-class black interior to the original specification, and there is a ‘like new’ hood which fits perfectly.  The car starts easily and runs well with excellent performance through its 1275 slightly tuned engine.  The tyres are nearly new including the spare, and the wheels are in excellent condition.  The underside of the car is also excellent and there are no issues with the structure of the car.  The bodywork panels all fit well and everything works as it should, and the under-bonnet area is almost perfect.  There is a detailed photographic record of the restoration, a Heritage Trust certificate, V5C and MOT to April 2019, also lots of old MOT certificates and some other paperwork.  There are some minor imperfections in the paint finish, but as we say, these are very minor – if the paintwork was 100% perfect, we would be asking £8,500 for this car.

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

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MGB Roadster with Overdrive 1974

1974 MGB Roadster with Overdrive

Excellent example of the MGB Roadster in British Racing Green, with painted wire wheels and black part-leather interior. Good working overdrive.  This is one of the last chrome bumper, and therefore very desirable, models, complete with servo brakes.  It was restored to a good standard in 2004 including new wings, sills, etc, which are all still in excellent condition.  Excellent wheels with recently fitted matching tyres;  good paintwork with a  few minor blemishes.  The hood is very good (almost new) and fits well.   The interior or the car is also good, with black leather-faced seats – the rest of the trim is good including carpets and correct rubber mats.  The car starts, runs and drives well, good oil pressure, nice gearbox and clutch. The car comes with its original jack and handbook, some paperwork, V5C and MOT certificate.

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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MGB GT with Overdrive 1974

1974 MGB GT with Overdrive

A lovely MGB GT, well finished in the attractive shade of tundra green.  The car is in excellent order throughout, having been restored a few years ago.  The restoration included renewal of all the usual body panels, a re-paint and, we understand, an engine rebuild.  The paintwork is good, with just one or two blemishes, and has a nice shine.  The interior is excellent and mainly original including the headlining.  The underside of the car is structurally very good and clean and tidy.  The Rostyle wheels are chrome finished and there are four matching tyres in good condition.  The car drives very well with plenty of power and no issues.  The brakes, overdrive and clutch all work well.  A very good example at an affordable price, ready to be used.  V5C and MOT to May 2019.  Correct handbook and old MOT history.

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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Austin Seven Ruby Mark II 1937

1937 Austin Seven Ruby Mark II

This little car is in need of light renovation to the bodywork and mechanics.  The bodywork is generally very sound and we think mainly original – it even has the correct wing piping around the joints.  The engine is stuck at the moment, probably because the car has been in storage since 1979 – the last owner had the car for all of this period.  The interior of the car is good, having been re-upholstered in recent times.  The original rubber floor mats are still present.  The wheels are good and there is a Pytchley sunroof which operates satisfactorily, as do all four wind-down side windows.  We will provide a windscreen glass with the car.  The doors fit perfectly and the car moves about freely.  The clutch and brakes are not seized and the gearbox seems fine.  The car comes with V5C, V5 and continuation book from 1963 and we believe that the registration is the original, from Norwich.

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

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Austin Seven Sports Special 1936

1936 Austin Seven Special

Superb little Austin Seven Sports Special with polished aluminium 4-seater body by Roach.  The car was built in 1987 and the work was carried out very professionally.  It benefits from a well-tuned engine, including Phoenix crank, modified camshaft, valves, head, con rods, pistons and flat wheel.  Improved oil system, ignition and SU carb plus four branch exhaust manifold.  Uprated transmission, semi-Girling brakes all round.  The car starts on-the-button and drives very well indeed – it is a great deal of fun and very responsive – and it makes the right noise!!  Complete with hood and tonneau, the car is ready for immediate use.  V5C, good history file.  What are you waiting for?!!

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

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Austin 10/4 ~ Chrome Radiator 1934

1934 Austin 10/4

Nicely finished in traditional maroon and black, this chrome radiator Austin Ten starts on-the-button and runs nicely with good oil pressure and a charging system that works.  The gear change is good and the clutch has been renewed recently, as have the brake linings, cables and rear seals.  The wheels are good and the tyres are all brand new.  Body-wise, the panels are very good and the doors fit well.  The paintwork is generally good with just a few age-related blemishes, and the chrome work is good.  Internally is where there is need for a little improvement, but the car is priced accordingly.  The rear seating is fine, as are the door cards, but the front seating really needs refurbishing, and it needs headlining and carpets.  This is a lovely old car to use and improve and is an excellent entry into the pre-war car world.  Comes with V5C.

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

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Riley TT Sprite Special 1937

1937 Riley TT Sprite Special

This car is a serious piece of engineering, which has been developed over the last 30 or so years.  It started life as a Riley Falcon and was converted into a Falcon Special in, we guess, the 1980s.  It was later sold by Pioneer Automobiles in 1992 and was then developed into its current form.  The whole job has been expertly carried out with first class mechanics, having all the right parts – to include 1500cc 12/4 engine which we understand was heavily breathed upon.  The gearbox is a Wilson pre-selector 4-speed and the brakes are rod-operated drums.  The bodywork is polished aluminium and has great patina and this is complemented by a smart red interior, which will accommodate a good-sized driver and small mechanic?!  The Le Mans style steering wheel is detachable.  The mechanics are spotless and the car has a good set of tyres on excellent wire wheels; the exhaust is stainless steel.  The car starts easily and provides rapid performance.  Subject to acceptance by the various race clubs, the car would be ideal for racing (the headlamps are detachable).  The car has previously been MOTd and is totally road-going if required.  V5C, good history file.  Not for the faint-hearted!  Very conservatively priced for a car of this calibre and breed.

We can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.

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Morris Family Eight 1932

1932 Morris Family Eight

A splendid little family saloon, built in 1932 and having the more desirable overhead camshaft engine, rather than the later side-valve (we think the engine is the original).  The Family Eight was launched to compete with the other popular small cars on the market, but offering the advantage of having a much more spacious body.  This particular car has recently been used for a wedding – there is plenty of room in the back.  The later 4-speed gearbox has been fitted, with synchromesh on 3rd and top gear – much better than the original 3-speed crash gearbox, so the car is quite sprightly and cruises along nicely.  The brakes are hydraulic.  The condition of the car is excellent, with very good, shiny coachwork, nicely complemented by a recently completely re-trimmed green interior, to original specification (professionally carried out).  There are many original internal fittings such as rear window blind, roof light, opening front window, chrome door fittings – all in good order.  Externally, the car boasts sliding sunroof, nice running boards with original Morris logo, nice chrome radiator, badge bar and bumper bars and working semaphores.  Underneath, the car is well maintained, and is in good order.  The engine starts easily and has good oil pressure, and the charging system works.  All the mechanics appear to be in good order.  Comes with V5C and continuation back dating back to 1974.  We think this is the original registration number.  A good opportunity to purchase a small but spacious car that won’t break the bank.

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

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1929 Austin Seven Chummy

1929 Austin Seven Chummy

Firstly, we would say that this is by far the best Austin Seven Chummy we have ever offered for sale.  It is in absolutely splendid condition, having undergone an extensive, quality restoration over a three year period, approximately 1998-2001.  The entire body and mechanics were restored and a brand new leather interior fitted, together with mohair hood.  The blue and black paintwork is in first class condition and was expertly executed.  The door fits are perfect and the underside of the car is just as good, including wheels and tyres.  The only alteration to standard, as far as we know, is that a brand new SU carburettor has been fitted (for the purists, the original comes with the car), the result being that it starts easily and is very responsive, with extremely good performance.  The engine runs quietly with plenty of power and the clutch, gearbox, back axle and brakes are all first class.  The car has been owned by the same family for 60 years.  The history file includes invoices for the rebuild, buff logbook dating back to 1948.  This car would improve any collection and is totally useable on a regular basis.  Comes with V5C.

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

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1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

1973 MGB GT with Overdrive

A superb example of the ever-popular MGB GT, in the rare and lovely colour ‘aconite’, complete with Webasto sunroof and overdrive – what more could you want?  The car is very good in every way with superb structure – no corrosion issues, excellent paintwork and chrome, very good interior, four matching, nearly new tyres and stainless steel exhaust.  The car drives very well and smoothly and the performance is excellent.  MGBs like this are very difficult to find – we look at scores of them, and purchase only the occasional one.  Four owners from new, including two long-term ownerships, good history file, V5C and MOT to May 2019.  Serious enquiries only please.

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

This is an excellent little ‘first time’ Austin Seven, generally in pretty good fettle but needing a little tlc.  The bodywork is very sound – no rust evident – and the doors fit well.  The paintwork is fairly good – we are sure it will buff up a little better.  Mechanically, the car seems fine, with nice, easy to use crash gearbox, willing engine and the underside appears good and solid.  The tyres are very good.  The interior of the car has good seating, door cards and headlining, but could do with a new set of rubber mats.  All the gauges work and the car charges nicely.  Front opening window.  V5C, continuation book from 1959, and small amount of history.  An excellent little car for not a lot of money.

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

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1936 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I (SOLD ~ URGENTLY WANTED FOR WAITING CUSTOMER – similar Austin Seven Ruby in good condition, any colour considered)

1934 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

First registered 8 January 1936, this is a delightful car in splendid condition, which starts on-the-button and drives very nicely. That says it all really, but to expand a little further, it is the subject of an older restoration – the paintwork is generally good with a few little imperfections.  The interior has been professionally restored, with leather-faced seats, correct-style door cards, first class headlining, even around the easy-opening sunroof.  The running board rubbers are excellent and the wing piping is nicely done.  The chrome is good to the headlights and bumpers, and flashing indicators have been fitted for safety – the semaphores still work.  The wheels are good having been refurbished at some stage and there are four nearly new matching tyres and what appears to be a very good battery – doesn’t that make a change?!  The engine bay is clean and tidy and the underneath is well greased and serviceable.  According to the numbers, we would guess that the engine is probably the original (but no doubt rebuilt at some stage). 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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Children’s electric toy car ~ based on Caterham Seven

Children's electric toy car

Electrically driven by 12 volt battery, this splendid little children’s toy car would make a perfect gift for a child or grandchild.  Easy to use, and size-wise a small adult can even get in and drive it.

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1938 Austin Seven Ruby de-Luxe Mark II

1938 Austin Seven Ruby de-Luxe Mark II

A delightful little Austin in dark blue and black and in very good condition throughout, apart from an unfortunate noise in the engine which has developed recently – hence the low asking price.  With the engine sorted, this car would be on the market for  £7,250.  The noise appears to come from the clutch/flywheel end, but you will have to make your own judgement.  In recent times, the car has been extensively restored, including a full re-trim of the seats, door cards, headlining and the correct style floor rubbers have been added.  The Pytchley sunroof works well, as does the opening front window.  The running gear is all in good working order (but see the above note about the engine) ie steering, suspension, gearbox, wheels etc.  The car was re-wired in 2015, the tyres look to be nearly new and the whole underside of the car is really smart and well painted.  There is a good history file, V5C and continuation log book dating back to 1950, all showing the same registration number.  An excellent car for an enthusiast with some mechanical knowledge.

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

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1938 Austin 10 Cambridge

1938 Austin 10 Cambridge

A lovely old car in very good condition.  Excellent paintwork, interior, good chrome and four matching tyres in good condition.  The car was the subject of a bare metal repaint and restoration a few years ago, and the condition of the bodywork is testament to the quality of the job.  The interior is very smart with recently refurbished seats, door cards and carpets, all in a matching shade of red.  Excellent headlining and working sunroof which is easy to use, and wind-out front window.  The car starts easily and offers good performance, the mechanics all appear to be in good working order and the underside of the car is good and sound, and clean and tidy.  V5C.

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

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1967 MG Midget Mk III

1967 MG Midget Mk III

A superb little MG Midget, the subject of a restoration some 20 years ago.  The car has covered only 4,000 miles since, and remains in excellent condition – a testament to the quality of the rebuild. It now has a nice patina.  The restoration included extensive body rebuild, rebuild of the engine, brakes, transmission, carburettors, suspension etc.  The interior was completely re-trimmed to original specification and a new hood was fitted, together with tonneau cover and hood cover.  The car stands on wire wheels and has four good tyres.  The paintwork is very good with only a few little marks and the chrome is also very good.  The car starts easily and drives very well indeed with its 1275cc engine performing well.  Comes with V5C, Heritage Certificate, and MOT to April 2019.  Lots of old MOT certificates and some old invoices.

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

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1934 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I for Restoration

1934 Austin Seven Ruby Mark I

This is a generally sound little Austin Seven Ruby for restoration.  It will need a little welding to one inner rear wheel arch and no doubt, one or two other little bits.  We have still got to fit the seats and front cowl, as you can see, and we will do this as soon as we have a minute.  We think the engine has been worked on, but cannot guarantee it.  The chromework to the headlamps and front and rear bumpers is good and a new wiring loom has been fitted at some stage.  It stands on its correct 17″ wheels and in general, is a very original specification car.  You won’t be able to drive it home (!) it is a non-runner, but we can deliver.  Comes with V5C.

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1937 Austin Seven Two-Seater Sports Special

1937 Austin Seven Two-Seater Sports Special

An absolutely delightful and well-constructed Sports Special, based on Austin Seven Ruby running gear with the body support extensions removed.  It appears to be an aluminium body over a tubular steel frame, and has been extremely well made.  The aluminium cycle wings, chrome radiator and headlights, together with Brooklands screens and leather bonnet strap, make it look very sporty indeed.  The mechanics, which are fairly standard, are all in good order and the car runs and drives well with good oil pressure, everything works as it should.  I would say that the car seems much quicker than any standard Austin Seven, so maybe the engine has been lightly tuned.  The gearbox is 4-speed.  The 17″ x 450 wheels and tyres are in excellent condition and look really good on the car.  The underside of the car, and as you can see, the paintwork and interior are all equally good.  A well put-together car that will give the next owner a lot of pleasure.  V5C and some history.

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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1931 Morris Minor Light Van

1931 Morris Minor Light Van

Oozing charm and character and with lovely patina, this super little Morris van is in excellent condition and is ideal for shows, or as an advertising medium – or even just for tootling about to the shops or the pub. It is an easy-to-own vehicle, well known in Morris circles, so with good back-up available from the various clubs and suppliers.  Being an historic vehicle the road tax is free.  It comes complete with V5C and continuation logbook dating back to 1950, all showing it registered as a light goods van, also a history file.  It has been well restored and maintained during its recent history, including a fairly comprehensive restoration in the 1980s, which included renovation of the original bodywork – new wings were fitted at that time.  The paintwork is good and the structure is all sound.  The underneath is clean and tidy, and well greased.  The internal woodwork is excellent.  It starts on-the-button and runs along quite happily through its 3-speed gearbox.  Lots of nice period fittings, including Boyce Motor Meter, wire wheels, which have recently been renovated, brass windscreen surround, advance and retard levers.  Ready for immediate use.  Small commercials from the 1930s are now extremely rare and seldom come on the market – do don’t miss this opportunity.

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1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon (4-Speed)

1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

This excellent ‘de-luxe’ example is in very nice condition, and ready for this year’s season.  It has obviously been restored in recent times and is structurally and cosmetically in good order.  The doors fit well and the sun roof opens easily.  The blue and black paintwork is in good condition with a few age-related blemishes.  A nice feature is that the running board rubbers appear to be the originals.  The car starts easily, and runs along nicely through its 4-speed gearbox, with all the instruments including advance and retard levers, and throttle lever, all working properly.  The engine runs sweetly and shows good oil pressure.  The wheels appear to have been renovated recently and the tyres are very good.  Inside, the car boasts its original leather seating, which is generally good, but could be improved with a little re-colouring here and there; the headlining is very recent as are the correct-pattern rubber floor mats.  The door cards have been renovated at some stage and they do require a little re-stitching of the pockets just to gather them up correctly.  There is even the original window blind in the back, which works very nicely.  Flashing indicators have been fitted for safety.  There have been seven owners since 1954, and there is a current V5C and buff continuation book going back to 1954.  The most recent MOT was in June 2016 and there is a record of MOTs back to 1990.  We believe both the registration number and the engine are original.

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1937 Ford Model Y

1937 Ford Model Y

A superb example of this iconic little Ford, first registered on 21 April 1937.  The car has had a full restoration in recent years and runs and drives exceptionally well through its 3-speed gearbox.  The structure of the car is A1, the paintwork is excellent and the upholstery is almost like new, including seats, carpets, door cards and headlining.   Underneath the bonnet is nicely detailed and even boasts its original oil can.  The underside of the car is equally good, as you would expect.  The wheels are very good as are the four matching tyres.  V5C, history file. If you want a side-valve Ford, look no further.

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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1981 MGB GT with Overdrive

1981 MGB GT with Overdrive

This is a really excellent MGB GT with great bodywork and paint, together with an excellent interior, all to standard original specification, which makes a pleasant change.  This car has been very well maintained and has had thousands of pounds spent on it over the years in doing so.  Excellent sills, wings, castle sections etc, and ‘ziebarted’ from new, which has obviously preserved the car well.  We have just put four new tyres on the car and given it a new MOT.  It starts and drives very, very well with good, strong mechanics and lively engine with good oil pressure and smooth overdrive.  If you haven’t driven a late rubber bumper MGB then you are missing out – they are such a pleasure and keep up with modern traffic very well indeed.  The car has a large history file, V5C and original handbook.

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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1970 MG Midget Mk III

1970 MG Midget Mk III

An exceptional little MG Midget, well finished in probably the best colour, midnight blue, with tan interior.  The car, which comes complete with Heritage Certificate, is in terrific condition throughout and is extremely nice to drive.  The previous-owner-but-one had the car for over 20 years during which time, we understand it was subject to a four-year rebuild.  The body was completely restored, the engine was stripped and rebuilt, and more recently it has had an unleaded head fitted together with new brake servo to improve the braking.  Halogen headlights were also fitted at this time.  The interior and hood were replaced in 2001 and are in first class condition.  The car has done only around 5,000 miles since then, and has always been garaged.  Needless to say, the structure of the car, the paintwork, the interior, the hood, the wheels and tyres, are all in excellent order.  The under-bonnet area is very smart indeed and the underside is equally good.  MOT to March 2019.  V5C, good history file. You won’t be disappointed.

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

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1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon for full Restoration

1934 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

Yes – we’ve found another one!  This little Austin has been off the road for many years – the previous owner had begun to restore it, and it arrived here in pieces.  We have now largely re-assembled it, and the rest of the parts are in boxes.  This is a very sound car, offering a straightforward restoration process.  The body is very square – look at the good door fit.  The chassis and running gear has all been stripped back and primed, so is clean.  The seats are original and we feel sure they could be brought back to life, which would be good.  The wings are all good but the running boards are missing; new ones are available.  Obviously, there is a fair amount of work to be done, but not difficult and well worthwhile.  The car is DVLA registered and we think it retains its 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.

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1947 Morris 8 Series E with Sunroof

1947 Morris 8 Series E

This is an attractive example of the very popular Morris 8 Series E, looking very smart in its red and black paintwork, which was renewed a few years ago. The panel work is very good and the doors fit well. Inside, the leather seats and the door cards are all original and in good order. New bound-edge carpets have just been fitted and the headlining was renewed fairly recently. The chrome work is good and the underneath is good and sound. The car runs, starts and drives well through its 4-speed gearbox, the charging system works well and the willing engine shows good oil pressure. The tappets have just been re-set, so it runs nice and quietly, and flashing indicators have been fitted for safety reasons, although the original semaphores still work with a little encouragement. All ready to go for this year’s show season. V5C and good file of paperwork.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for similar vehicles, or for early post-war or pre-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.

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1969 MGC GT with Overdrive

1969 MGC GT with Overdrive

A very, very good example of this iconic 1960s MGC GT in Snowberry white with black interior, all to original specification and complete with the desirable overdrive.  The car is in splendid condition throughout, with first class bodywork, and the underneath is as clean as a whistle.  No rust or rot.  A lot of money has been spent restoring and maintaining this car over the years.  The paintwork is excellent, as is the interior, including headlining.  The Webasto sunroof works well.  The chrome wire wheels are excellent as are the top quality Yokohoma tyres.  The specification of the car is as it left the factory, apart from the rear shock absorbers and springs which are now telescopic/parabolic (for much improved handling).  The car drives superbly and is an absolute delight, with strong engine, good oil pressure and no overheating.  Smooth gearbox.  Only four previous owners.  V5C, history file, no advisories on last MOT.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for other good MGs) 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.

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1949 Singer 9 A Roadster

1949 Singer 9 A Roadster

A lovely old car, in nice, ‘lived-in’ condition. These cars don’t often come to the market, so we are pleased to be able to offer the second example we have had for sale this year. The car is very sound, with a nice, sturdy body – no flexing.  The majority of the body is aluminium over a timber frame, including the boot, with steel wings and bonnet all of which are in good condition.  The paintwork has some flaking so could be improved.  The interior is good as are the hood and side screens.  The chrome bumpers are good, the radiator surround chrome is a little worn.  The car runs and drives very well, having a 1074cc OHC engine with 3-speed gearbox.  The performance is good and the rod brakes work well.  The wheels and tyres are good as are the chrome hubcaps and the underside of the car is nice and sound.  V5C and copy of old logbook dating back to 1964.  A car to use as is, or improve.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other early post-war or pre-war cars, (or for good MGBs) and can 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

This little Austin Seven is very sad and deserves a nice new owner to put it right. It has been off the road for a long time (we believe since as long ago as the 1960s), when it was put away and forgotten about.  The whole car is very original including, we think, the paintwork.  It is generally sound and the doors fit well, although it will need some panel work in certain areas.  The outer wheel arches appear to be very good, as is the top of the windscreen.  The interior leatherwork (seats and door cards) is all original, and probably very re-useable.  This is a sunroof model and obviously (see photos!) that particular feature needs rebuilding.  The numbers indicate that the engine is probably the original.  The current registration number is UXS 302; we can supply the original registration number, which does not appear to be on any other vehicle, and the original number plate is in the car.  This is not an oily rag – it is a car for full restoration – such original examples seldom come to the market, so serious enquiries only please.  V5C.

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1936 Austin 10 Cambridge

1936 Austin 10 Cambridge

This car was first registered on 31 December 1936 and we would describe it as a car to use and improve.  It needs a proper re-commissioning as it has not been used much recently, although the previous owner had it for ten years.  However, it starts easily and runs nicely with decent brakes.  The engine shows good oil pressure and we can see no cracks in the block; there are no leaks.  The gearbox, however, is very noisy in first and reverse, but once up the gears, the car runs along fine.  The bodywork appears to be nice and sound, and the paintwork is fair to middling.  The interior is all original, apart from the carpets, with leather seating.  The headlining is original and in generally good condition apart from the rear window surround, but this is a separate item and can easily be re-covered.  The underside of the car is definitely ‘oily rag’ and appears to be sound . 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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1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

1932 Austin Seven RN Box Saloon

Super little car offering great value for money. This is a late ‘RN’, probably built in September/October 1932 and is an older restoration.  It has a very nice sounding engine, which was rebuilt in 2008, together with an excellent 4-speed gearbox.  The car has just come out of long-term ownership from 1981 and is in good all-round condition, with very sound bodywork and underside.  The mechanics seem to be good as are the wheels and tyres.  The battery is fairly new – the wiring loom has been replaced and the car runs on a 12 volt system which is charging well.  Finished in the ever-popular blue and black, the paintwork is generally pretty good for the age of the car.  The interior has all been restored in recent times, including seats, door cards, carpets and headlining.  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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1948 Standard 12 Drophead Coupe

1948 Standard 12 Drophead Coupe

A partly restored car for sale, on behalf of a good customer who is unable to complete the project.  Most of the hard work appears to have been done and the car has been run during the restoration.  Work so far has been completed to a good standard and the car will make an absolutely superb drophead coupe once finished.  The mechanics of the car have been restored and repainted, including an overhaul of the engine.   A new wiring loom has been fitted but needs connecting up.  The wings have been restored but need painting, as does the bonnet.  The rest of the bodywork is good and does not require repainting.  The interior needs finishing – the front seats have already been re-covered, the hood frame needs covering.  The car runs and drives although there is still some work outstanding in this department, including connecting up the cooling system.  The wheels and tyres and the exhaust are all good.  In a nutshell, it needs the upholstery finishing, some paint work and completion of the wiring  and a few little mechanical jobs.   These cars are rare and seldom come on to the market, so this represents a rare opportunity.  The car is located in the Bristol area and we would be pleased to arrange a viewing for you.  It will, of course need to be taken away by trailer.  V5C.

We are always pleased to consider part-exchange for other pre-war or early post-war cars, (or for good MGBs).

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1948 Wolseley 8

1948 Wolseley 8

A lovely old car in very good condition.  The paintwork is generally good, with a few blemishes but a nice patina, whilst the interior looks to be almost new, including headlining, door cards and seats.  The car starts easily and runs smoothly with good oil pressure, the gearbox and back axle are good, as are the brakes and clutch.  Brand new tyres have been fitted recently, together with a top-end engine overhaul and brake overhaul.  Underneath is sound and tidy, but could be improved with a little waxoyling.  The electrics are good, with a new wiring loom and everything seems to work fine (the fuel gauge is over-optimistic).  Even the interior roof light and radiator badge light up, and the original ashtrays to the rear seats and dashboard are all present.  The sunroof works very well, as does the opening windscreen.  These cars were only made between 1946 and 1948 (just over 5,300 were made in Birmingham) and they don’t come up for sale very often.  The engine is 918cc OHV, with a 4-speed gearbox and hydraulic brakes.  Apparently, at launch, the Wolseley 8 was priced at £416 – £115 more than the equivalent Morris, reflecting the more luxurious nature of the car and the better engine.  This is a delightful car, offering bags of space for four people and a touch of luxury.  Current MOT and V5C.

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

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1929 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon

1929 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon

This little vintage Austin Seven Fabric Saloon, according to the British Motor Museum Archive, left the factory on 22 June 1929.  The car was rebuilt, we think, in the 1960s, and presumably at that point, the original bodywork had deteriorated too far and a new fabric body was fitted.   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.

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1971 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller

1971 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller

A super example of the iconic Morris Minor Traveller, in very good condition throughout.  The structure of the car is excellent, having been extensively restored a few years ago.  The paintwork is good, with a few minor blemishes as you might expect, and the interior is excellent, including headlining, seats, door cards and rear luggage area.  The carpets are fairly new.  The mechanics of the car are also very good, having been well maintained by previous owners – telescopic rear shock absorbers have just been fitted and the brakes overhauled.  The engine is strong with good oil pressure and runs like a sewing machine.  The underside of the car is not covered in underseal – it is painted the same colour as the car and is very, very clean indeed, even the wheel arches.  Also, the under-bonnet area, as you can see from the photograph, is again, very clean.  Driving the car is a good experience, with everything working well – good brakes, smooth gearbox, and engine that pulls well.  V5C, MOT, some paperwork and manual.  This is a really good example at a very reasonable price.

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

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1950 Morris Minor Lowlight Tourer

1950 Morris Minor Lowlight Tourer

A beautiful early Morris Minor, in splendid condition following extensive restoration, which began in 2009.  First registered in July 1950, this is a smashing example of the now quite rare lowlight tourer, which offers a very enjoyable driving experience, particularly with the hood down.  The restoration included a full stripping down of the body to bare metal, and rebuilding as necessary.  The interior was all renewed and is really very, very good; the hood and side screens, again, have been renewed are top quality canvas and fit very well.  As far as we can see, the specification of the car is totally original.  It starts easily and runs and drives very well indeed, with a nice easy to use 4-speed gearbox, the engine is nice and smooth with good oil pressure.  The wheels, tyres, exhaust and battery are all excellent.  The car has attended rallies and apparently won first prize at the National Morris Minor Rally in 2015 and second prize at the Newby Hall Rally in the same year.  It comes with Heritage Certificate and continuation log book from 1959, showing the current registration number, a photographic record of the restoration and V5C.

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

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1927 Austin Seven Chummy

1927 Austin Seven Chummy

A delightful little vintage Chummy, just as you would like it to be, with scuttle headlamps and offered at a very realistic price. The car was restored in the 1990s and has been refreshed since.  Looking very smart in its cream and black livery, the car has an excellent black interior and matching weather gear.  Good, sound bodywork.  There are a few blemishes to the paintwork, but nothing to worry about, and all adding to the car’s patina.  The underside is clean and tidy and structurally excellent.  Good mag engine which runs well, and everything seems to be working fine.  Excellent wheels and tyres.  The car starts easily and runs along very well with a nice, easy 3-speed crash gearbox.  Ready to use and enjoy.  V5C and history file including a very old photograph which shows the car before its restoration and with its current registration number evident.

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.

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1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

1933 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon

First registered 31st December 1933, this Austin Seven is the subject of an older restoration with some ‘refreshment’ over time.  It is a good little car that starts and runs well, and the brakes work fine.  The charging system works well and flashing indicators have been fitted for safety.  The bodywork looks to be nice and sound and the paintwork is quite good too, but with some blemishes.  The underside of the car is clean and tidy as is the under-bonnet area.  The interior has excellent headlining, good seats and door cards.  The floor coverings could be improved, however.  Not ‘best in show’ but a good little car at a realistic price and ready to use.  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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1932 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon de-Luxe

1932 Austin Seven RP Box Saloon de-Luxe

How about this for an amazing little Austin Seven? – they are still out there if you know where to look!  Only two owners from new up until 2014, when it was re-commissioned after languishing a barn for many years.  The car is incredibly original, and the mileage of 28,000 is probably genuine.  It starts and runs well and has just had a set of five new tyres.  One of the most ‘correct’ Austin Sevens we have seen for a very long time.  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 01723 859886 or 07876 741183 (please, no texts) at any reasonable hour, 7 days a week.

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1953 Triumph Mayflower

 1953 Triumph Mayflower

What a splendid little car – best described as an ‘R Type’ Bentley in Small!  Superb, advanced 1950s styling and offering lots of space for the family, including good sized boot, all in very good order and representing great value for money.  The car is easy to drive with light steering, and an easy to operate and very smooth 3-speed column change gearbox.  It starts easily and drives very well indeed – when new, these cars were capable of 65mph.  The engine was rebuilt two years ago, it was re-bored, and had new pistons and bearings and a full de-coke.  The water pump, starter motor and dynamo were serviced, a new radiator was fitted, and new brake linings with reconditioned wheel cylinders, together with a reconditioned master cylinder were fitted.  The steering was overhauled and rear hub bearings renewed along with prop-shaft joints.  The tyres and exhaust system were also renewed.  The bodywork is excellent with good black paintwork which just has a few minor blemishes as is normal with cars of this age.  The doors and bonnet fit well, and the chrome work is generally very good.  The renovated interior of the car would appear to be totally original in specification, and is in absolutely superb condition with everything operating as it should.  The underside is good and sound.  Runs on 12v.  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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1934 Austin Seven Type ’65’ EB

1934 Austin Seven Type '65' EB

We are very pleased to offer for sale this rare and delightful Sports Austin Seven, one of the very cars featured in Rinsey Mills’ ‘Original Austin Seven’ book – a well respected Austin Seven journal.  We understand that only 400 of these cars were manufactured over the 1933/34 period, before it was replaced by the more mundane ‘Nippy’.  This particular example was registered in April 1934 and is in splendid condition.  The specification of the car is, as far as we can see, original, despite a colour change for the better (it was originally black).  The structure of the car including the aluminium body, the paintwork, the chrome work and the mechanicals are all excellent, and the car retains its original registration number.  The sports engine is, we understand, the original, and runs very nicely with good oil pressure etc.  The wheels and tyres are good and the underside of the car is nice and clean and tidy.  There is a good tonneau cover and hood and side screens, and the leather seats have a lovely maturity.  The current owner of the car first owned it in the 1960s, but regretted selling it so much that he later traced it again and  bought it back a few years ago.  It is for sale only because of health issues.  The car is keen to get back on the road now, and show you what it can do – lots and lots of enjoyment ahead!  This car is very reasonably priced and we invite interest from serious buyers only.  V5C, buff continuation log book.

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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1932 Morris Minor Two Seater

1932 Morris Minor Two Seater

Built around Christmas Eve 1931 (as a 1932 season car), this lovely little tourer had a sympathetic and extensive restoration several years ago, and is in excellent condition with lovely patina. The car is structurally first class with well-fitting panels (including the doors), good paintwork, excellent interior, quality double-duck hood and good chrome. The underside is clean and tidy and well maintained. Wheels and tyres are also excellent, stainless steel exhaust system has recently been fitted. The engine runs very well with good oil pressure and the charging system works well. Good brakes. All ready to use – a delight to drive and a lot of fun and it won’t take up much room in your garage! Comes with V5C and file of paperwork.

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