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1976 MG MIDGET 1500. GLACIER WHITE. TAX AND MOT EXEMPT. FULLY RESTORED IN SUPERB CONDITION. £6295.
878P is a really lovely 1976 MG Midget 1500 in Glacier White that was
first registered 43 years ago on 17th May 1976. It is now road tax and
MOT exempt but it still carries an MOT through till April 2020 with no
advisories. It has only covered 74,000 miles from new and the 22 old
MOT's in the file prove the mileage and that it has covered only 8000
miles in the last 25 years. The car comes with a BL Heritage certificate
showing all the details of the car when new. In 2008 the car was the
subject of a full body, paint and mechanical restoration which was done
very well. The interior was also treated to a very nice red leather
interior to replace the old black vinyl one. At this time it also had
re-furbished Rostyle wheels, new clutch, new tyres and a stainless steel
exhaust. The car has only covered 4000 miles since being restored and
remains in excellent condition. The last owner has spent over £2000 in
the last 2 years and has had a new battery, hose kit, timing chain,
engine electrics, a new hood and hood cover, polybushed suspension,
wheel trims, rubber mats, seat belts, oil cooler, brake servo, a new
steering wheel, uprated EBC disc brakes with green stuff pads, clutch
slave, Sparkrite electronic ignition and a nice roll over bar fitted.
Plus more! This car looks great, sounds great and goes great. Ready to
enjoy this summer.
1974 NSU RO80 CONVERTIBLE. ONLY 2 BUILT. RX7 ROTARY ENGINE. AMAZING RARE CAR. £9,995.
amazing NSU RO80 was first registered as a standard RO80 4 door saloon
in January 1974. In 1990 Simon Kremer who ran RO80 specialists
Rotechniks decided he wanted to build himself a convertible conversion
of the car for himself and successfully did so. He showed the completed
to car to the chairman of the UK RO80 owners club Ashley Turner and he
was so impressed with the style and quality of the build that he
commissioned Rotechnics to build another one for him to own. The cost to
Ashley in 1991 for the conversion was over £9000 which was then a huge
sum to convert a car. The car for sale here is the very car that
Rotechniks built for Ashley Turner. The donor car when converted was
stripped to a bare metal shell and had 12 inches removed from behind the
front doors along with the roof before being heavily strengthened to
retain the rigidity. The car was then cleverly re-paneled as a 2 door.
There was a lot more to the conversion and the details can be found in
the history file along with a photographic history of the conversion.
The car was painted in a beautiful metallic Beige colour and then
treated to a thorough anti rust treatment. The original but somewhat
troublesome NSU wankel engine was replaced with a later and superior
Mazda RX7 Rotary engine at the same time but retained the NSU semi
automatic manual gearbox.
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1993 MINI MAYFAIR AUTOMATIC. 1275 cc. BRIGHT RED STUNNER WITH ONLY 45K MILES. £5495
It was generally assumed that the Mini would
cease production following the introduction of the more practical
hatchback Metro in 1980, although the product planners at the factory
had never looked at it this way. In fact the venerable Mini was to outlive the new pretender by a full
two years, soldiering on until 2000, supported by the Cooper models and
a range of special editions which kept interest in the product alive. The Mayfair Edition was in production from 1982 until 1994 and
featured luxuries such as a rev counter, servo-assisted front disc
brakes, plastic wheel arch extensions and sill covers, opening rear side
windows and plush velour seats, ‘added value’ extras which made the
humble Mini surprisingly comfortable. This little stunner has had just two owners from new with the last for
22 years and has covered a whisker under 45,000 miles from new. Ordered as an automatic, it spent 10 years in storage from 2006 until
2016, getting a proper recommissioning in 2018 with invoices on file. It is MOTd until February 202 with no advisories and as
you can see, is in lovely condition. Frugal, fun and easy to drive thanks to its four-speed auto-box, this
smart little Mayfair remains to factory standard spec and as such has
excellent investment potential.
1969 VOLVO P1800S COUPE. 2.0 LITRE/CARBS. SOUGHT AFTER MODEL. MANUAL+O/DRIVE. £22,995.
decidedly avant-garde styling of the P1800 was the work of Pelle
Petterson. Immortalised by
the hit TV series The Saint starring Roger Moore, the model
sold well, with 39,407 Coupes and 8,077 Estates produced between 1961
and 1973. This largely very original right hand drive, matching numbers
1800 S Coupe was manufactured in 1969 and was with the last but one
owner for 12 years. The current owner purchased the car for his
collection last year and has enjoyed the it but has to sell to make room
for another recent purchase. It has recently (2017/18) benefited from
an expensive and comprehensive professional bodywork restoration (with
supporting bills) and now has very good bodywork, Red paintwork
and an excellent Black vinyl interior trim. It has the more powerful (original, numbers matching) 2 litre B20
engine on SU carbs with manual/overdrive gearbox. Fitted with a Webasto
sun roof. Just had new set of stainless steel
bumpers fitted. Seat belts have been changed to inertia reel for better
comfort. There is also a period Radiomobile radio and a modern Sony
CD/Radio fitted. The large history file contains 20 old MOT's, old log
books and invoices for over £32,000. In the last 5 years alone they add
up to over £18,000 showing the level of the restoration completed.
1993 SEBRING MX AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 3.5 LITRE V8. STUNNING FACTORY BUILT RECREATION. £18,995
fantastic machine is a 1993 factory built SEBRING AUSTIN HEALEY 3000
fitted with a 3500cc V8 engine that sounds just amazing. First
registered 3/8/1993 this car has covered only 33,000 miles from new and
remains in superb condition. It is the MX version of the car so has the
wider arched GRP body over the steel ladder chassis. The 3500cc Rover V8
engine has had a rebuild, runs a Holley 4 barrel carb. and is mated to a
5 speed gearbox and Jaguar rear axle. The motor also features a large
chrome air filter, Facet electric fuel pump, silicon hoses, alloy header
tank, new alternator, new battery, Evans cooling fluid and a Revtec
electric fan. Brakes and suspension are well covered with discs all
round, Spax adjustable shocks, new road springs and big 15 x7
Performance wheels shod with a new set of Continental 225/60/15 tyres.
The car has a soft top roof that is like new and a Clifford alarm for
security. There is a history file which includes invoices and 13 old
MOT's. The current MOT with no advisories has just been done and runs
till September 2020. The current owner has enjoyed the car for nearly 4
years and is only selling it reluctantly for health reasons.
1966 SUNBEAM TIGER MK1A. EX MET. POLICE CAR. FANTASTIC COND. £59995.
This is a genuine 1966 Sunbeam Tiger that was first registered to the London Metropolitan Police on November 1st 1966.
VIN Number: B382002380 HROFE, JAL 662385.
Jensen Build Date 26th August 1966. JUL 390D is one of only 4 late MKIA
Sunbeam Tigers acquired by London's Metropolitan Police in
1966. The Tiger went into service at the Hampton police station in
Middlesex and during its brief 2 year service was widely used as a pursuit
vehicle on the new London motorways (M4/A4) for catching speeding
one is a particularly nice example that has been owned for 15 years by
the current owner. Much research was
completed into the Metropolitan police Tigers during his ownership. The
Tiger was reunited several times with Sergeant Police drivers formerly
based at the Hampton police station. A large history file comes with the
car that has a lot of old in period pictures, history, old MOT's and
invoices etc. Fully restored and equipped with some original police
equipment it has the Police radio, Winkworth bell and two tone siren
fitted and working. It is said the Police sign was on the rear of the
car so as to keep up a
‘Q' car appearance in the rear view mirror of the pursued. The Tiger is
fitted with a 302 cu in engine and comes with a fully restored hard top
in matching paint, Dunlop safety wheels but otherwise to a standard
in Practical Classics Spring 2012. The car has been used regularly over
the years for local shows, longer trips and continental touring and has
proved to be fast, fun and reliable transport. MOT and TAX exempt but
the car has an MOT with no advisories to 22/5/2020. There is even a
model of the car available!
1989 AUDI UR QUATTRO COUPE 2.2 TURBO. LEATHER INTERIOR. TORNADO RED. ENGINE REBUILT. £32,995.
Audi Quattros are referred to among owners and enthusiasts by their
engine codes, the earliest 2,144 cc 10v being the "WR" engine, the 2,226 cc 10v being
the "MB" engine, and the later 20v being the "RR" engine. This car is an MB Quattro that was first registered 1st January 1989. Production of the Quattro totaled 11,452 units over the period from 1980–1991and
through this 11 year production span there
were no major changes in the visual design of the car. For the 1983 the
dashboard did away with an instrument cluster and now fitted with a
green digital LCD cluster.
This was later changed in 1988 to an orange LCD electronic instrument
cluster. The interior was redesigned in 1984, and featured a whole new
dashboard layout, new steering wheel design, and new centre console
design, the switches around the
instrument panel were also redesigned at this time. This car is finished
in the very distinctive colour of Tornado Red and comes with the
optional Black Leather interior. The car remains in very good condition
having benefited from a body respray some time ago and a recent engine
rebuild and mechanical overhaul. There is a large history file full of
old invoices and MOT's and even the original sales invoice from 1989
when the car cost £32,328.50. Since then the car has had 6 owners and
covered only 139,000 miles.
1973 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE MkIV 1296cc. OVERDRIVE. MIMOSA YELLOW. ONLY 42000 MILES. £5995.
lovely MkIV Triumph Spitfire was first registered 26th June 1973 and as
such is one of the last Triumph engined 1296cc before moving to the
1500 MG engine. A letter from the Heritage Trust in the file states that
the car was built in November 1972 so it is now 47 years old and is
Road Tax and MOT exempt. Finished in the original Mimosa Yellow with
black interior the car really stands out from the crowd and looks just
great. The interior is excellent and the seats have been recovered as
original. The file also has some invoices for the last owner of some 9
years and 24 old MOT's going back to 1987 show that the car has done
only 20,000 miles in the last 32 years and would suggest that the total
mileage of only 42,500 miles is correct. The car has had recently a new
mohair soft top, re-chromed bumpers and the wheels blasted and painted.
It has also had waxoil treatment, brake calipers, brake pipes, brakes
overhaul, fuel pipes, spark plugs, starter motor, wheel bearings, fuel
pump, exhaust and a rear suspension rebuild.
1972 MORRIS MINOR 1000 8CWT VAN. 1275cc MG ENGINE.
TRAFALGAR BLUE. £9,995.
really nice Morris Minor 1000 van was first registered 1st March 1972
and is the rarer 8cwt model and it must be one of the last Minor vans
registered. The lovely paintwork in Trafalgar Blue looks great with the
cream wheels fitted with the chrome trim rings. Inside the van the seats
have been replaced with some comfy bucket seats and it has been fitted
with harness style seat belts. The original seats come with the van
should the new owner wish to fit them. Under the bonnet is a bit special
with a freshly rebuilt 1275cc engine and rebuilt gearbox from an MG
midget with twin carbs and a rather throaty side exit exhaust. The
engine has only just been fitted so a running in period would be
advised. It certainly sounds and goes a lot better than standard and is a
hoot to drive. There is an original workshop manual, drivers handbook
and sales brochure along with some receipts and MOT's in the file. It
has also been fitted with an 81 sound machine maker and a very loud
Klaxon horn that makes people get out of the way! The van is now 47
years old so is Road Tax and MOT exempt.
1967 WOLSELEY HORNET Mk3. PORCELAIN GREEN. SUPERB CONDITION. 67,000 MILES ONLY. £8,995
great Wolseley Hornet Mk3 was first registered in Sussex 18th May 1967.
The car has remained in the Sussex area for most of its life and has
traveled only 67,000 miles in those 52 years. The last 2 owners keeping
the car for 32 years. The car looks fantastic finished in the original
Porcelain green with the dark green roof. It has a contrasting Green
leather interior in good condition with nice trim and carpets. The car
has had a rebuild (with pictures) and the engine was rebuilt just 5000
miles ago. The history file has 13 old MOT's, the old green log book and
lots of invoices going back to 1967 when the car was new. These all
show the considerable love and care the car has received throughout its
life and proves that the mileage is correct. recent items include: new
tyres, brake drums, brake shoes, battery, timing chain, water pump, fan
belt, rocker gasket, points, leads, wheel bearings, brake cylinders
front and rear, brake pipes, oil seals, oil filter, and new shock
absorbers. Being 52 years old it is both Road Tax and MOT exempt. The
998cc engine and 4 speed gearbox are in excellent order and propel the
car down the road with gusto! The ride is very good on the dry Mini
suspension and all the car needs is a new owner.
1979 MGB "ORCHARD SPECIAL" ROADSTER. FANTASTIC CONVERSION. BROOKLANDS GREEN. £9495.
fantastic looking car is an 1979 MGB Roadster fitted with a RPS
bumper conversion kit. The car is finished in a fresh coat of the
correct Brooklands Green and was first registered 6th March 1979. It was
then a rubber bumper model but has been
converted by us with a RPS front and rear body kit painted to match the
rest of the car. The suspension has been lowered and the car sits on a
set of re-furbished Rostyle
wheels with good tyres to give the stunning look it now has. Being 40
the car is MOT and tax exempt in but has an MOT with no advisories till
November 2019. The car has covered only 38,000 miles from new and until
last year had sat unused and dry stored for over 20 years. The last
owner (a famous musician) rescued the car and had it recommissioned for
the road. The car has just had new black seat covers, sun visors, chrome
wipers, washer bag, MG badge, chrome mirrors, alloy rocker cover and a
new soft top hood fitted. Mechanically the car is very good and the
1800cc engine runs very sweetly with good oil pressure and the 4 speed
plus overdrive gearbox works smoothly in all gears. The engine bay is
very clean and tidy. Bodily the car has been
restored and repainted and the interior re-fitted There is a full
cover and a hood tonneau. The boot area is very clean and houses the
spare wheel, original jack and tonneau bars in their original bags.
There is also new car cover. The Green paint with the
stainless grill and bonnet badge shine beautifully and the whole look of
the car is superb and a little like the MGB RV8.