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1972 MG BGT. BEAUTIFUL LOOKING CAR IN 'AQUA' COLOUR.
CHROME BUMPER TAX EXEMPT CAR FOR £7995.
beautiful MG BGT with the distinctive registration of MAO 325L was
first registered 1/8/1972. This was the only year that BL painted MGB's
in the very striking colour of Aqua. The lkast owner had the car for 12
years and looked after it extremely well. It has had a new battery, new
leather interior, carpets, Mota-Lita steering wheel and wooden gear
knob, chrome Rostyle wheels, elec. washers, a heated rear window, good
quality Kenwood radio/CD player with roof aerial and 2 door mirrors
fitted. In the history you will find 16 old MOT's going back to 1989 and
an invoice for a replacement engine with an unleaded cylinder head
fitted. Being a 72 car it is road tax exempt. It has a fresh MOT with no
advisories and is ready for the summer. The engine shows very good oil
pressure and feels very strong when driven. The gearbox has overdrive
fitted and is also in fine working order.
1996 MGF. ONLY 56OOO MILES FROM NEW. RED SOFT TOP READY FOR FUN AND ALL FOR £1995
great little MGF (P858 JHL) was first registered 08/08/1996 so is now
21 years old but has only done 56k miles. This can be traced via the old
MOT's. The car seems to have spent all it's life in the Bath/Somerset
area. Being over 20 years old you can get very cheap insurance and the
spares for these cars are readily available and very good value for
money. The Flame Red paintwork is very good and the interior has stood
the test of time well. The MGF's are great little sports cars and are
amazing value for money. I think they will go up in value soon as all
old MG's have over the last few years. This car has a long MOT till October 2018 and is ready to go. The engine and
gearbox all work as they should and the car is very nippy. Bright red,
soft top, alloy wheels and a good stereo system. What more could you
want for some fun in the sun.
1961 MORRIS MINOR 1000 CONVERTIBLE. FACTORY BUILT ORIGINAL. LONG MOT. TAX AND MOT EXEMPT. BEAUTIFUL CAR. "MASSIE" £11995.
956 was first registered in 1961 and is an original factory built
convertible (not a cut down saloon). It has a M/AT chassis number. The
beautiful paintwork is I think called Rose Taupe. The car is in
excellent condition all round and with the long MOT (no advisories) in
place it is ready to use this summer for those family picnics and fun
days out. The exterior is complemented by the chrome bumpers and
overiders, chrome door mirrors, shiny wheel trims and hub cap and the
red coachline. The soft top is in excellent order and when down is
covered by a burgundy hood tonneau. The interior is also in fine order.
The red seats and door cards are in excellent condition and very
comfortable to use. The carpets are like new and match the rest of the
interior well. There is a large auxiliary interior light fitted and
there is even a working heater to keep the chill off your toes! The boot
area is also nicely carpeted and there you will find the spare wheel
and all the tools which are in a very interesting tool bag! Take a look
at the pictures.The car still has the original and working semaphore
style indicators on the side of the car. Mechanically all is well with
the 948cc engine and 4 speed gearbox working well together and
propelling the car along at a fair speed to keep you up with modern
traffic. Massie has covered 3000 miles in the last 5 years. The tyres
are all good and the car is ready to enjoy!
1958 JENSEN 541. NUMBERS MATCHING. FULLY RESTORED 0VER 27 YEARS TO DELUX SPEC. IMPERIAL CRIMSON WITH CREAM LEATHER. £38,995.
Jensen 541 (so called because they came out in 1954) was built from
1954 to 1959 and is a 2 door Fiberglass bodied on a steel chassis coupe
that ran the Austin straight six 4 litre engine and manual gearbox with
overdrive. Only 173 of this model were built and only 6 1958's are
believed to be on the road today.
wonderful car was first registered 6/11/1958 to Triplex Ltd,
Wolverhampton The Jensen Owners Club records show that this car had
chassis number 541/2093848, engine number 40/10821 and body number 5214
and the car remains a matching numbers car today. The car was finished
in Imperial Crimson paintwork with a cream leather interior. The club
records also show that although the car was a standard model it has an
early 'R' type chassis. It also has disc brakes and rack and pinion
steering to deluxe specification. The original registration number was
TEA 24 but the records show it also ran RAC 100 and 938 EUE back in the
1960's. The car now has the 1958 plate 117 UYN. The club knows of 5
previous owners of the car and the 6th and present owner. The 5th owner a
Mr. Ashford from Sheffield purchased the car in 1989 and embarked on
the restoration of the car in 1991. The present owner purchased the car
from his widow in 2013 and completed the restoration in 2017. The car is
now in excellent order and drives very well. Here is a summary of the
work carried out on the car over 3 different periods.