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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 last 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 till April 2019 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 58OOO MILES FROM NEW. RED SOFT TOP READY FOR FUN AND ALL FOR £1895
great little MGF (P858 JHL) was first registered 08/08/1996 so is now
22 years old but has only done 58k 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. I have personally driven 2,500 miles in this car without a problem.
1961 MORRIS MINOR 1000 CONVERTIBLE. FACTORY BUILT ORIGINAL. 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 called Rose Taupe. The car is in excellent
condition all round and will come with a fresh MOT. It is ready to use
this summer for those family picnics and fun days out. The car has had
in recent years new carpets and seats, exhaust, brake servo, grille,
water pump and clutch. The engine had a complete rebuild in 2013. The
exterior is complemented by the chrome bumpers and overiders, chrome
door mirrors, shiny wheel trims, hub caps 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
sides 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
1978 FERRARI 308GT4 DINO. RHD UK CAR AND ONLY 46,OO0 MILES. FERRARI ROSSO RED WITH TAN INTERIOR. FERRARI OWNERSHIP FOR £46,995.
Ferrari 308GT4 Dino 2+2 was designed by Bertone and introduced in 1973.
It ran till 1980. Only 2826 cars were built making it a rare car. This
particular car is an original RHD vehicle making it even rarer. First
registered in May 1978 VPH 686 has led an easy life with the clock
showing only 46,000 miles in 40 years. Little is known of its early life
but we do know it spent 6 years from 2008-2014 on display at the London
Motor Museum. The car has been owned for the last 4 years by a Worthing
gentleman who has a small collection of classic cars. He has ensured
that the car has been serviced and MOT'd each year and that the car runs
as it should. Although the car is 40 years old and soon to be road tax
and MOT exempt it remains in very good if not concours condition. The
Rosso Red paintwork shines and the car sits on original Campagnola
wheels that look just right. The wheels are shod in new good quality
tyres. The spare is also a full size Campagnola and there is a 6th spare
rim just in case. The pop up quad headlamps are in good working order.
The cars Tan leather interior has worn well and is in good condition
making it a nice place to be. The sound system is a Sony stereo Radio/CD
player. The engine bay is very tidy and houses the 3 litre V8 engine
and 5 speed gearbox. The engine has had a cambelt change, new water
pump, new battery, new brake pads and a major service all within the
last 500 miles. The Stainless Steel exhaust emits a wonderful throaty
burble and the car gets down the road very well indeed. Everything works
and the car comes with a workshop manual, Ferrari logo dust cover,
optimate battery conditioner and a superb Ferrari leather cased tool
kit. It also has a fresh MOT with no advisories. Most of these cars are
priced in the £55-£65k region.
1970 MG MIDGET Mk3 1275CC. CHROME BUMPER. £6995
little Midget GJK 585H was first registered 01-02-1970. It is a GAN5 Mk3
model that have a 1275cc engine and 4 speed manual gearbox. The correct
red paint with black sills is in very good order and the car looks
great with the black interior and the NEW black soft top roof. The car
has been well looked after over the years and has recently had a new
sporty stainless steel exhaust system fitted along with a re-con
gearbox, new black carpets, a new fuel tank, new brakes all round,
electric fuel pump, new brake hose, new track rod ends, brake calipers,
electric fuel pump, new bumpers, the timing chain replaced, new engine
mounts, new solenoid, new clutch, new shock absorbers and wheel
bearings. All the invoices for these are in the history file along with
some old MOT's and a lovely little note book that a previous owner used
to log all the work done n the car. It has done only 88,000 miles in its
47 years (less than 2000 miles a year average). Looks great, sounds
great and goes great.
MOT with no advisories till April 2019.
1970 MGB ROADSTER IN TARTAN RED WITH WIRE WHEELS. COMPREHENSIVE BODY AND ENGINE REBUILD 25,000 MILES AGO. £12,995.
great MGB Roadster was first registered in March 1970 so is road tax
exempt. Although it has a long MOT it will be MOT exempt as well from
this year. Finished in Tartan Red with silver painted wire wheels and a
black interior in certainly looks the part. The car has been in the current ownership for
18 years with just five previous keepers. It comes with a vast history file showing that it was treated to a
total nut-and-bolt restoration in the early 1990s with virtually every
single part renewed or refurbished including all new body panels and a
rebuilt engine with new pistons, polished crank etc. There are bills for
over £9000 which was a huge amount 25 years ago to spend on restoring
an MGB but proves that the car received everything it needed at the
time. A run of 25 old MOTs show that the car has only covered some
miles since the restoration was completed, while dozens of other
invoices show meticulous upkeep over the last 20+ years. The exterior of
the car features side repeater lights, good chrome work, spot lights
to the front and fog to the rear. The vinyl soft top is in good condition and
there is a full tonneau and even a fitted wind deflector. The underside
and wheelarch recesses are all in excellent order. Inside the car the
black carpets and black seats present very well and the wood rimmed
steering wheel looks and feels great when driving along. There are
inertia seat belts, a hidden battery cut out switch and a period
radio/speaker/aerial. The car has also been fitted with a 60's period
Redex engine monitor gauge which is fully functional and very novel! The
boot is fully carpeted and there is a carpet cover for the spare wheel.
3 badges on the front grill. 2 sets of keys. Ready to use and enjoy
this summer. MOT with no advisories till April 2019.
1978 BENTLEY T2. SUPERB EXAMPLE OF A QUALITY CAR. ONE OF THE BEST AVAILABLE. LUXURY MOTORING FOR £19,995.
superb Bentley T2 was first registered 22/11/1978 and supplied by S. P.
Broughton & co. to a Mr. Belak of London. Chassis number SBH35645
was supplied with Sundym glass, 4 headrests and a Blaupunkt Frankfurt
stereo. The car is finished in the Rolls Royce colour of Nottingham
Firemist Green Metallic with a Tan leather interior, Fawn cirrus
headlining and deep fawn carpets. There are side pinstripes, twin chrome
door mirrors and the wonderful Bentley flying 'B' emblem. The car was
fully restored by Rolls/Bentley specialists Hunt & Keal of
Kensington, London in 2003 and the last owner has enjoyed the car fo the
last 9 years. The history file includes the original Bentley build
sheets and a host of invoices for over £22,000 showing the car has been
well cared for throughout the last 15 years with the last owner spending
over £10,000 keeping the car serviced and running as it should.
Invoices show that the car has recently had the air conditioning system
completely overhauled, multiple services, braking system overhauled,
bilstein shock absorbers and a new steering rack. Inside the car it is
in superb condition. The walnut dashboard and door cappings, green
lambswool over mats and rear footrests all adding to the overall
ambience of the car. Everything works and the car glides along with its
poweful engine and smooth automatic gearbox almost silent as you waft
along in comfort.
1962 MGA 1600 MK II COUPE. MULTIPLE CONCOURS AND BEST IN SHOW WINNER. STUNNING CAR. FULL BODY OFF REBUILD. £36,995.
wonderful car is simple stunning. It is one of the last MGA's built and
was first registered 4th July 1962. Chassis number is GHD2/107950 and
it is still on its original registration number of 1193 AW. The car was
purchased by the current owner 17 years ago in 2001 as a restoration
project and over the next 5 years was subject to an exacting rebuild.
The body was taken of the chassis and both were fully restored and
painted in the best colour of Iris Blue. The engine, gearbox,
suspension, brakes and all the running gear were rebuilt to a very high
standard before all the components were meticulously put back together.
It would be impossible to list every part used as there are so many but
the history file has invoices for over £10,000 in parts alone. Add
another £10,000 for the bodywork, paint and labour costs and you have a
total cost of £20,000. That was 15 years ago so you could probably add
another 50% to £30,000 for a similar restoration today. The car remains
in fantastic condition and the pictures speak for themselves. You need
to come and see the car in the flesh if you are interested in buying the
car. The carpets, red interior, boot area and particularly the under
bonnet area are all exceptional. The car comes with the history file,
owners handbook and the original buff log book. This car looks and
drives better than new.
1967 MORRIS MINOR 1000 TRAVELLER. NAMED DARCY! SMOKE GREY. 1298CC + 5 SPEED. £6995
459E was first sold to a Mr. May of Egham on 25th July 1967. The large
history file shows on the original green log book and later invoices
only 5 owners in total over the next 50 years. The car is showing 15,000
miles on the speedo and this is the mileage since the car was restored.
The car has been very well looked after over the years and the long
term owner from 1984 - 2010 a Mr. Holding upgraded the car in the 90's
with a 1275cc engine, 5 speed gearbox and servo assisted brakes. These
upgrades added more performance and cruising speed with better braking.
The wood frame was replaced at this time and all the work was carried
out by the specialists at the Morris Minor Centre. The car was also
treated to a new stainless steel exhaust system, suspension rebuild, new
steering, brakes, fuel tank, chassis rebuild, new wings and a repaint
in Smoke Grey. Since then the car received even more work by Mr. Holding
in 2009 when the car had new pistons (now 1298cc) and an unleaded
cylinder head was fitted. It also had new hubs, servo, brake master,
trunnions, radiator, alternator, steering column and engine electrics.
The next owner Miss. Loveys had the car from 2010 -201 and continued the
maintenance on the car before selling to the last owner Mrs. Ogle. In
the last 2 years she has had the car serviced twice and had new brake
shoes, battery and shock absorber fitted. With the mechanical upgrades
fitted this car drives very well and has a good turn of speed for a
Minor. The paintwork is now a little tired but is perfectly usable as it
is. The underside is very solid and the car has just passed an MOT with
no advisories. The interior is very clean and a nice place to be with
the addition of both front and rear inertia seat belts, a good quality
CD/radio stereo hidden behind a wooden panel, electric aerial, oil
pressure gauge and a water temp gauge. An ideal car to use and enjoy as
it is and gradually improve as time goes by.