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1961 MORRIS MINOR 1000 CONVERTIBLE. FACTORY BUILT ORIGINAL. TAX AND MOT EXEMPT. BEAUTIFUL CAR. £8995.
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
car is in excellent condition all round and although it is road tax and
MOT exempt it 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. The car still has the
original and working semaphore style indicators on the sides of the car
as well as the more modern indicators on the wings both front and rear.
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. The car has covered only 3000 miles in
the last 6 years. The tyres are all good and the car is ready to enjoy!
1978 BENTLEY T2. SUPERB EXAMPLE OF A QUALITY CAR. ONE OF THE BEST AVAILABLE. LUXURY MOTORING FOR £16,995.
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.
1962 MGA 1600 MK II COUPE. MULTIPLE CONCOURS AND BEST IN SHOW WINNER. STUNNING CAR. FULL BODY OFF REBUILD. £27,995.
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.
1980 TRIUMPH DOLOMITE 1300 SALOON. PAGEANT BLUE AMAZING CAR WITH ONLY 13,800 MILES FROM NEW. £6995
fantastic car was first registered 28/03/1980 and is now 38 years old.
In all that time it has covered only 13,800 miles. There is a letter in
the file from the garage that looked after the car for its owner from
1983 to 1994 confirming the mileage at that time as only 7763 miles. 19
MOT's (never had a fail or a single advisory!) confirm the mileage is
correct now at only 13,800 miles. Presented in exceptional condition for
an original unrestored car the car is finished in Pageant Blue with
black interior. Even the underside shows no sign
of corrosion anywhere. It has been wax oiled for anti corrosion and this
has worked well. The interior is also like new and a very pleasant
place to be with an original radio and speakers. The 1300 engine fires
up easily and pulls the car along easily at a good pace with no
problems. Mechanically it is nice and tight and rattle free. It has had
the benefit of a stainless steel exhaust system and a new battery fitted
recently. Last serviced a few miles ago in May and with an MOT till may
2019 the car needs nothing to now use and enjoy. Just take a look at
the pictures as they speak for themselves!
1978 MG MIDGET 1500 IN PAGEANT BLUE. RESTORED AND NEW ENGINE. LAST OWNER 21 YEARS. £4995
This 1500 Midget is a great car and has
just come in to us as a part exchange on an MGB roadster. The last
owners had the car for 21 years and had cared for it at great expense
over those years. First registered in June 1978 the car is now 40 years
old and is road tax and MOT exempt. There is a large file of paperwork
history with the car going back to 1981 showing that the car has always
resided in the Surrey/Berkshire area and includes 33 old MOT's that
confirm the mileage. Soon after the last owner purchased the car in 1997
the car was mechanically restored and treated to a new Ivor Searle
replacement engine at a cost of £2500. The car was then re-painted in
the correct Pageant Blue at a cost of another £2500. Since then the car
has covered only 12,000 miles but has been serviced and MOT'd annually
and cared for by the owner. In recent times it has had a new exhaust,
Shock absorbers, carb overhaul and tyres. The car has a full tonneau
cover and a hood tonneau. The hood when up is in great condition with no
damage and clear windows. The car has nice chrome trim rings fitted to
the rostyle wheels that are shod in almost new tyres. There are also
chrome mirrors and locking fuel cap. The engine bay is very clean and
the engine has an alloy rocker cover fitted with the carbs featuring a
1966 MGB ROADSTER. OLD ENGLISH WHITE WITH RED INTERIOR. OVERDRIVE. WIRE WHEELS. STUNNING CAR. £16995.
is your chance to buy an early MGB roadster (GHN3 model) that drives
like new. It is one of the best driving MGB's I have had the pleasure of
taking on the road. Everything is smooth and precise and it is a real
drivers car. This MGB was built October 1966 and despatched to dealer
Hewens Garage in Maidenhead for collection by its first owner. It was
ordered in Old English White with Red leather interior and a red tonneau
cover. The car comes with a heritage certificate that shows that it was
also ordered with wire wheels, overdrive gearbox, anti roll bar, heater
and a black pack away hood. The car has spent the last decade in
Copenhagen, Denmark in the ownership of a Danish MG car club member. On
returning to the UK the DVLA issued it with its original number SBH
777D. The car has recently been given a check through and treated to a
new hood, laminated windscreen, brake overhaul and a suspension
overhaul. The red interior looks great and the leather seats have a
wonderful patina to them. A very good looking and very straight car it
is ready for the road and for the show circuit in 2019. It is road tax
and MOT exempt but still has an MOT with no advisories till April 2019.
1968 MORRIS MINOR 1000 2DOOR SALOON. A STUNNING RECENTLY RESTORED EXAMPLE. TAX & MOT EXEMPT. £10995
is a welcome return to this car that we first sold 2 years ago. The
owner has enjoyed owning the car but due to lack of time and other
commitments the car has been little used and covered less than 1000 miles during his ownership.
This 1968 Morris Minor two door saloon, registration number HJY 95F
was first registered 19/1/1968 and is finished in the Maroon B colour.
This charming two door saloon has been the subject of a no expense
spared nut and bolt restoration by Devon Classic Cars. They confirm that
the car had a full body restoration and paint, engine rebuild, new
interior, exhaust, brakes, clutch, wiring loom, tyres and a new fuel
tank. The maroon
coachwork is superb and is complemented with the re-trimmed red interior
with red carpets and red door cards with a new headlining. All the
running gear and the engine has been restored to a similar high standard
with the 1098cc engine and 4 speed gearbox in excellent working order.
The engine bay is very tidy as is the carpeted boot area. The
restorer advises us that the price of the car is considerably lower than
the £12,000+ cost of the restoration so offers the next owner
The white wheels with chrome hub caps, white grill and new chrome
bumpers finish of the look. The car has had only 5 owners with the
previous owner keeping the car for 33 years. The mileage shows 47,200
miles. It has recently had a service and rear brake set up. The last MOT
had no advisories.
2002 LAND ROVER 90 TD5 DEFENDER. A GREAT LANDY IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. NICE UPGRADES. £14,995.
excellent Land Rover 90 TD5 Defender was first registered 03/04/2002.
It has the desirable 2.5 direct injection Turbo Diesel engine and a 5
speed gearbox. Both are in great condition and drive the car
along very well. It also has power steering, good heater, tow bar, roll
cage fitted, Mud Flaps, heavy duty side impact/step bars, checker plate
wing tops, a snorkel air intake and a set of 5 rather large Compomotive 7
x 16 alloy wheels that are shod in a matching set of almost new
285/75/16 BF Goodrich T/A Terrain tyres. There is also a very nice
Pioneer stereo with ipod and bluetooth. Over the last year the car has
been improved by the owner with the fitting of Wipac LED lights to the
headlights, side lights, indicators, rear lights and even the number
plate lights at a cost of £500. He also had new shock absorbers,
springs, bearings, bushes and a recent full service. All the work done
by Nyton 4 x 4 specialists. The condition of this Land Rover is
excellent and it is ready for work or fun. MOT with no advisories till May.