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This is a truly excellent example of a 1959 MGA Roadster, beautifully finished in Chariot Red with light tan interior. This car began life as a 1600 model, but now sports an 1800 MGB engine with 5-speed gearbox.
A genuine British Leyland V8, built in January 1974 and first registered in February of that year, supplied from new by University Motors. The car is in truly splendid condition having had only four owners over its 49 year life.
We are very pleased to offer for sale this super example of the highly desirable pre-war TA Midget. This car was first registered in October 1938 and comes with a comprehensive history file, which includes a photograph album charting its complete restoration over a 26 year period from 1974 to 2000.
This early TD, manufactured in 1950, is finished in a most attractive shade of red, with black interior and weather gear. Originally, this car was exported to the USA from new, returning to the UK in 1991, when it was properly converted to right-hand drive.
This is a lovely MG TF, nicely finished in its original and rare shade of Birch Grey, with complimentary red interior, and competed by a light tan hood and side screens – this is an excellent colour combination as you can see.
According to the Heritage Certificate which accompanies this car, it was built on 19/20th November 1979, and finished in Vermillion Red, with silver and grey trim, together with Rostyle wheels and overdrive.
First registered on 16th May 1978, this is a very attractive MG Midget in Carmine red with tan interior, in good condition.
Owned by the previous keeper for 33 years, this lovely 1500cc MG TF in Almond Green, is in very good order throughout. Although we don’t have much history on this car, it is obvious that it has undergone a comprehensive restoration and that it has been well maintained ever since.
In a nutshell, this is a superb, low mileage, properly maintained example, in excellent all-round condition, and driving just as it should. Only 15,300 miles – what more do you want?!
This delightful MG TD, first registered in May 1953, appears to be in very original condition and hence is a little ‘scruffy around the edges’.
We have a number of books available for sale - our bookcase it getting rather full! Most are photographed here, but please see the following list:HandbooksBuick Owner's Handbook 1920s ~ £25Rugby Car Instruction Manual (Durant Motors) 1920s ~ £25Standard Little Nine Instruction Book 1933 ~ £30Morris Ten-Four and Ten-Twelve Instruction Manual 1930s ...
A truly superb MGB in excellent condition throughout, and a very quick example indeed. The car was completely restored in 1995, including a Heritage shell which has stood the test of time incredibly well. It was then refreshed in 2013/14 to include full leather interior and 5-speed gearbox.
This is a charming little Austin Seven van, a very desirable vehicle, manufactured back in 1937. It comes with a Dating Certificate from the Essex Austin Seven Club, dated 6th March 2016. The van was extensively, and very well restored over a number of years to 2016 to include a full body renovation and rebuild of the mechanics.
We are pleased to offer for sale this exceptional motor car, built in 1998/99, to exacting standards, as a tool room replica of the now extremely rare Gordon England coach built Austin Seven Cup model.
This smashing little Morris 8 Tourer, first registered on 12th April 1938, was restored in 1996, and has now developed a lovely patina. Finished in maroon over black, with very good burgundy interior and black hood, side screens and hood cover, it is powered by a 918cc side-valve engine, rated as an 8HP car, and driven through a 3-speed gearbox, allegedly providing 40 mpg at 40 mph.
Another very nice MGB, first registered in July 1969. The car is in very good condition having been extensively restored in the early 2000s.
Finished in the extremely attractive shade of Chartreuse Yellow, this example is in good condition, having been extensively restored in 2019.
An excellent value MGB Roadster, with a long history and in the desirable shade of Mineral Blue. This car has been in the same ownership for 30 years, and in total, has had only 5 keepers. It is in good condition, having been completely restored on an ongoing basis during the 1990s, and very well maintained thereafter.
An excellent MGA Roadster, in what has to be one of the best colours and in very good condition throughout.
This is a quite rare example of the MG TF, firstly because it is a 1500 model, and secondly because it is a very late car, built in 1955 – one of only a few that didn’t go to the USA in that year. This particular car, which has a correct 1500 XPEG engine, has obviously been extensively restored and is in excellent condition throughout.
This lovely example was first registered in June 1954, is in excellent condition throughout and is a real delight to drive. It is an original right-hand drive, home market car, with factory fitted disc wheels and we have a Heritage Certificate confirming its build date, chassis and engine number etc.
We are very pleased to offer this splendid MG TC for sale, in a very fitting shade of dark British Racing Green, complimented by silver wire wheels and oatmeal double-duck hood, side screens and half tonneau cover.
This is an excellent MGB GT with full length Webasto sunroof and Overdrive. The same family has owned this car since 1993, but it has been off the road in dry storage for a number of years, and we are just completing the recommissioning work, which will include a full year’s MOT.
Just out of short-term storage, this very attractive MGB has been in the same family ownership since 1979, and has been very much enjoyed over the years. This is an excellent starter classic or first MGB, at a very good price – a car that is ideal for using and improving
This lovely old car was first registered in May 1937 and has had a number of owners, all of whom appear to have cared for it very well, including a fairly extensive rebuild in the late 1970s by the highly respected Naylor Brothers.
First registered on 25th March 1954, this lovely old TF was initially exported to Tanzania in East Africa, where it resided until 1967 until it was repatriated to the UK, where it has remained. It has had only four owners from new, and there is a large history file to support this, along with a Heritage Certificate, old green log books and lots of invoices.
This very nice and original specification MGB roadster is in good condition throughout, having been well cared for and properly maintained.
An absolutely superb example, first registered on 1st August 1977, and with only 85,000 miles, this MGB GT is not one to be missed.
A lovely old MG TC, well ‘lived-in’, having been regularly used throughout its life. We understand that the car belonged to a doctor between 1964 and 2016 – so some 52 year ownership.
Good, reasonably priced MGB GTs are becoming increasingly difficult to find, but this one fits the bill very nicely.
A tidy little MGF, just MOTd and ready for some summer motoring, or indeed, everyday use. These cars offer great value for money, and the early MGFs such as this one, are becoming quite sought after.
Superb, late example of the very popular TF, first registered on 31st March 2011 and having had only three owners from new. The car has covered only 57,000 miles and has been very well maintained.
This excellent example of the highly popular MG TD model was first registered on 1st January 1953 in California, where it remained until around 1996, when it returned to the UK. This owner kept the car until 2015. Restoration work began in 2010 and was completed two years later.
An excellent, genuine low mileage MGB – 22,700 miles, with paperwork to support this. The car is in extremely good condition with excellent bodywork, underside and interior, all as you would expect from such a low mileage example.
Priced for a quick sale, this MGB is in good, sound condition and comes with MOT to March 2024, offering excellent value for money.
This 1973-built MGB in British Racing Green was first registered on 1st January 1974, and was in long term ownership for 37 years. It is the subject of an older restoration and remains in good condition, having been well maintained ever since.
A superb example of the iconic 1960s MGB offering the advantage to many people, of an automatic gearbox. The car was professionally restored in the 1990s and has remained in excellent and well maintained condition ever since.
A real ‘time warp’ example of the lovely MG TF. This car was purchased by the last keeper back in 1964 and we understand from this previous owner and from the records we have, that the mileage of 30,000 is correct.
We are pleased to offer for sale, this truly splendid example of the very desirable TD model. The car has been thoroughly restored to a very high standard and has been very well maintained ever since the restoration, so remains in truly excellent condition.
Another interesting Triumph rally car, sold already.
We are always on the look-out for interesting racing/competition cars – what have you got for us?
A very good, matching numbers car in excellent condition, and well finished in British Racing Green with standard disc wheels and green, part leather, part vinyl upholstery, as the original would have been
This genuine one-owner car has covered only 9200 miles from new, and so, unsurprisingly, is in first class condition – we don’t think you’ll find a better one.
Just arrived – 1964 Triumph Spitfire Le Mans Fastback Re-creation – 1320cc competition engine, C/R gearbox, LSD, IRS, uprated discs, built for racing … more information to follow ….
A fully tuned and modified Triumph Spitfire – le Mans lookalike – the fastest Spitfire we have ever driven! Gone to France now, you’ve missed it – but similar racer based cars needed, especially MGs or similar Triumphs.
First registered on 1st July 1979, this splendid MGB in Pageant Blue is in excellent condition throughout, having undergone a major restoration a few years ago. The car has covered only 70,500 miles and had a new MOT in April 2022.
First registered on 1st May 1969, this MGC was first sold new by Prosser & Sons Ltd, Glasgow, and according to the V5C, has had only 6 previous keepers. The car is in good condition, having been restored in 2002, and looks very well indeed in its original colour of dark British Racing Green, with black interior
An early MGB Roadster, first registered in March 1966, and as you can see, in need of full restoration.
We are pleased to offer for sale this now quite rare MG TA model, which we understand has been in the same ownership since 1964. It was restored many years ago and has just passed its MOT test, but would now benefit from some further work.
Firstly, and very importantly, this car has travelled only 1275 miles from 2006 to the current day – furthermore, it has been in the same family ownership from 1978 to 2021. The structural condition of the car and its interior, together with the fact that it still has its original engine – in remarkably clean condition internally – all lead us to believe the mileage of 9,000 to be correct.
A very nice MG TD, first registered in 1950 in South Africa, where it resided until the 1990s and then spent a period of time in Hong Kong with the same owner. It then came to the UK, again with the same owner, in 1997, before being purchased by the current owner in 2010.
A superb example in a stunning shade of red, with beige interior and chrome wire wheels. Extensively restored over a number of years, and in lovely condition throughout, this is the nicest TF I have ever driven, enhanced by its 5-speed gearbox. Unfortunately – you have missed this car – it sold even before we managed to advertise it. We have sold two TFs this week – MORE REQUIRED!!!
A very good example of this iconic MG, in totally original specification including metallic Riviera Silver Blue paintwork, black interior with blue piping to the seats, wire wheels, overdrive, and heater, all as per the Heritage Certificate. The car has its original engine, so is a matching numbers car.
We are very pleased to offer for sale this excellent, and now quite rare, 1500cc version of the highly desirable MG TF. The car was extensively restored, bodily, mechanically, and internally during the early to mid-2010s, and remains in very good condition indeed.
We are pleased to be offering for sale this MG TC, on behalf of a customer in whose ownership the car has been since 1967 (with only a few previous owners).
We are extremely pleased to offer this motor car for sale – it has been in the same family since at least 1960. It is a truly lovely old car, very original and offering spacious seating for all occupants, so ideal for touring, family outings etc.
First registered on 1st December 1971, this superb MGB is in excellent condition throughout, well finished in tartan red, with original specification black interior and complete with original steering wheel.
First registered in June 1966, the car is very original indeed, and has been properly maintained by the current owner for the last 15 years.
A superb and tastefully upgraded example of the MG TD, with an interesting history. This car has been restored in recent years to an excellent standard and everything about it is in really, really good condition.
First registered in June 1960, this extremely well restored MGA is a real delight. Well finished in the desirable colour of Old English White – the paintwork is pretty much unmarked – and with black leather interior and top quality red canvas hood. All completed with a set of wire wheels – what more could you want?
We are very pleased to offer for sale this delightful Austin A40 Farina on behalf of a very good customer. This example is in the best colour combination of horizon blue and black, superbly restored throughout over the last few years and in exceptional condition ready to use and show.
A lovely old MGB Roadster which not only looks good, but sounds and drives just like an MGB should – one of the nicest we have driven in a while. This example is very original in specification, which makes a pleasant change, including fully working overdrive and wire wheels.
An inexpensive entry-level MGB, with all the right components – red paint, overdrive, and wire wheels! It was the subject of a home restoration in 2002, and appears to be good and sound
First registered in July 1952, this splendid example of the extremely popular TD Midget has been the subject of an extensive renovation over a three year period, to include full restoration of the bodywork, and thorough overhaul of the mechanicals.