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1957 STANDARD 10 4 DOOR SALOON. 39,000 MILES. STAINLESS EXHAUST. 948cc. GREAT LITTLE CAR. £4995.
great little car is a Standard 10 4 door saloon that cost £586 when
first registered 16th April 1957 by Philpotts Garage in Ramsgate, Kent.
The current owner has had 852 BTO for 5 years and he claims the 39100
recorded miles is correct but I can't warrant that mileage. The cream
paintwork really suits this car the crome sparkles on the front trim,
wing mirrors and bumpers. There is a 948cc engine and 4 speed gearbox
that work well together and propel the car along at a fair pace. There
is a stainless steel exhaust system and in recent times the car has had
new clutch master, brake master, brake hose, brake shoes, and wheel
cylinders. New front shock absorbers as well. The interior is good with
new carpets, a fitted fire extinguisher and the rear seats that fold
down for access to the boot area. 2 Standard books included.
1971 LOTUS ELAN + 2 130 'S'. 4 SPEED. GREAT COLOUR
NEW LOTUS CHASSIS. REBUILT ENGINE. £14,995.
1971 Lotus Elan was first registered 6th September 1971. It was issued
with the distinctive number KLR 39K. The colour scheme of Burgundy Red
with Metalflake Silver roofis both rare and desirable. The car has had
on 2 owners for 36 years from 1983 till 2019 and in their ownership the
history file shows some £11,000 has been spent improving the car. It has
had a new Lotus chassis, the big valve engine has had a rebuild and
lots of parts replaced or rebuilt. Carbs, servo, brake master, clutch
master, suspension, steering rack, starter motor, shock absorbers,
springs, clutch, radiator, brake pipes, kenlow fan, piper air filter,
breather tank, petrol pump, battery and a stainless steel exhaust. All
in the last 5000 miles. In the last year it has had a new water pump,
engine mounts, rotoflex couplings, headlamp vacuum globe, electronic
ignition and a brake caliper rebuild. The interior is in oatmeal and the
seats retain plenty of firmness. The radio is there but not wired in.
The engine and 4 speed ford gearbox (pfreferable to the 5 speed Maxi
box) are in fine fettle and the car drives very well. The exterior
finish has a few marks here and there but nothing serious and this is
reflected in the price.
1967 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE Mk3. 1296cc. LOW MILEAGE. RED. CHROME WIRE WHEELS. GREAT LITTLE SPORTS CAR. £8995.
great little Spitfire KEL 429E is a Mk3 version and it was first
registered 1st June 1967. It is now 53 years old and is both MOT and tax
exempt but it does have an MOT till 24th June 2021. The mileage is
showing at only 88,000 (not warranted). The Mk3's came with a sweet
1296cc engine and 4 speed gearbox (reconditioned) and these both perform
very well with a good turn of speed for the more enthusiastic driver.
The car is finished in bright red and the paintwork looks great. The
exterior is set off with good chrome and a great set of chrome wire
wheels with a set of 155/80/13 tyres. The soft top hood is brand new and
when down is covered by a red hood tonneau cover. The interior has red
seats with white piping, red door cards, red/white dash and black
carpets. It has a pair of inertia seat belts fitted and a good quality
JVC CD/Radio. The boot is carpeted and houses the spare wheel and tools.
It has recently had a brake overhaul with new master cylinder, wheel
cylinders and brake shoes. A great little sports car!
1967 MORRIS MINOR TRAVELLER. 2 OWNERS FROM NEW AND LOW MILEAGE. FULLY RESTORED AND ENGINE REBUILT. £10995
This lovely Minor Traveller was first registered 6th July 1967 to a
gentleman in Leicester who kept the car for the next 29 years when it
was inherited by his son who kept it for the next 22 years. It was in
his ownership in the 90's that the car was fully restored inside and out
with no expense spared and the car was returned to its former glory.
The Ash wood frame was replaced at this time. He used the car sparingly
over the next 22 years (averaging just 1000 miles per year) covering
just 22,000 miles in that time and there is a photo album showing the
restoration. The total mileage is only 83,000. In recent times the
1098cc engine has been removed from the car and has had a complete
rebuild with new pistons and rings, crank grind and bearings, new oil
pump, timing chain, clutch, water pump, radiator, recon rocker shaft,
recon cylinder head, all new gaskets and seals, new plugs, oil filter
and 20/50 oil, electrical service items and all topped off with a coat
of the correct BMC green engine paint. It has a new exhaust. Both front
and rear brakes have been completely refreshed with new cylinders and
pads. The car now zips along nicely with the engine and 4 speed gearbox
performing very well. The engine is as new and has covered only a couple
of hundred miles
so far it. The car
is finished in Old English White with a Cherokee Red interior. The
history file is full of old invoices, 19 old MOT's and 19 old tax discs
along with the original green log book, a workshop manual, a drivers
handbook, lubrication chart and 2 other Minor books.
1963 ROVER P4 110. BEAUTIFUL CAR IN FANTASTIC CONDITION. TWO TONE PAINT. LOVELY INTERIOR. A LUXURY BRITISH CAR. £10,995.
This very nice 110 Rover is in Stone over Juniper with an original
green leather interior. It was ordered new at the at the 1963 Motor Show
through Henly's, London by diplomat Dalby Wickson MBE for the grand sum
of £1449 (He part exchanged his 1 year old Singer Vogue) A lovely,
unmolested P4, this Rover 110 has covered only 82,000 miles since new.
The 110s have a 2.6 litre, six cylinder engine with a four speed gearbox
with overdrive. This one is very smooth and had a new cylinder head
gasket a few thousand miles ago. The original leather interior shows
only light wear and comes with new carpets, seat belts, and is in
excellent condition. There is extensive maintenance over the last five
thousand miles including complete brake overhaul, new rear springs,
wheel bearings, front discs, carb rebuild, new shock absorbers, new
tyres all round on stove enamelled wheels, servo, distributor, calipers,
starter motor, rear springs, wheel cylinders, body waxoil treatment and
the new head gasket. The car drives beautifully. The service history
includes the original Bill of Sale from Henlys of London, the original
registration document, original book pack with the service book that
shows 20 stamps in the first 54000 miles, a 9,000 miles service invoice
from Rover at Segrave Road in Fulham in 1971 and MOTs for over the last
years. A very smart 110 P4. Now tax and MOT exempt. There is even a
scale model manufactured of this actual car and one of the models is
included in the sale.
1969 MORRIS MINOR 1000 2 DOOR SALOON. 1098cc. ONLY 98,000 MILES. TRAFALGAR BLUE. GREAT VALUE. £4995.
cracking little Moggy was first registered 10th September 1969. It is
now 51 years old and MOT and road tax exempt. It does have a current MOT
and only 300 miles driven since it was done. The mileage is showing as
only 98,000 which is less than 2,000 miles a year. There are just a few
old invoices and old MOT's with the car and they show it has recently
had a new fuel pump, carb tune and a in tank catalyst fitted for
unleaded fuel. The car is finished in the sought after colour scheme of
Trafalgar Blue with a blue interior. The paintwork is generally good
with a few minor marks and the interior is in very good condition. The
chrome is very good. Excellent original style wheels and good tyres are
fitted and the car generally presents very well. This car with its
1098cc engine and 4 speed gearbox gets down the road very well indeed
with no problems and the brakes work well as well. A great little car
that won't break the bank.