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2002 LAND ROVER 90 TD5 DEFENDER. A GREAT LANDY IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. NICE UPGRADES. £12,995.

This 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. 

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1993 JAGUAR XJS 4.0 AUTOMATIC. FLAMENCO MICA METALLIC RED WITH IVORY LEATHER. FULL SERVICE HISTORY. £6995

This fantastic Jaguar XJS 4.0 automatic was first registered 8th January 1993. It was ordered in the very striking colour combination of Flamenco Red Mica with Ivory leather interior. Options ordered were leather faced seats,, 4 speed automatic gearbox, front fog lights, leather covered center console and leather arm rests. Over the next 26 years the car has covered only 98,000 miles and has a fantastic service history with 20 stamps in the book (first 9 main dealer and 11 Jaguar specialist) and a large history folder with lots of invoices showing the car and attention that has been given to the car over the years. The invoices show that the car had new radiator, recon gearbox, new shock absorbers and in the last 3,000 miles new discs and pads all round, suspension bushes, brake caliper, battery and alternator. The last owner had the car for 14 years and in all that time covered only 3,500 miles but still had the cat regularly serviced and MOT'd every year. The car has just passed a new MOT with no advisories and the underside of the car is excellent. This car looks fantastic and drives very well and just needs a new owner to love and cherish the car.

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1969 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120. 650CC BRITISH HOME MARKET BIKE. RESTORED. £8995.


This stunning British home market Triumph Bonneville T120 was first registered 31st July 1969 and celebrates its 50 birthday very soon. The bike was fully restored included a comprehensive engine rebuild in 2012-14. The 650 twin features twin Amal carbs, Boyer electronic ignition and the siamese exhaust. It sits on Dunlop rims with stainless spokes and matching Dunlop tyres. It has twin Smiths clocks and has just had a new battery. The Red and Silver livery looks superb and the seat is like new. The bike has been little used since the restoration and it is just waiting for a new owner to use and enjoy. It has had only 4 keepers and you could be the 5th.
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1967 WOLSELEY HORNET. SNOWBERRY WHITE + DAMASK ROOF. 1 OWNER AND 47K FROM NEW. £12995.


This beautiful 1967 Wolseley Hornet Mk3 was first registered 17th November 1967 and the car has remained with the original owner and his wife for the last 52 years. In all that time it has covered only 47,000 miles and remains in great condition. It is finished in the original Snowberry White with a Damask Red roof. The exterior is very straight and clean with good paint and chrome. The interior is also in fantastic condition with the red leather seats and matching carpets remaining in excellent condition that befits a car with such low mileage. It still has the original books and sales brochure. The history shows plenty of servicing and MOT's over the years. In the last 1000 miles it has had a brake rebuild, suspension rebuild a new battery and a service. The Hornet was known as the Mini with a boot but is now extremely rare, hard to find and very collectable. It is Tax and MOT exempt but does have an MOT till 18/03/2020.
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1991 MINI MAYFAIR AUTOMATIC. ONLY 35,000 MILES. 1 OWNER FOR 26 YEARS. £5295

This cracking little Mini Mayfair Automatic was first registered 18th March 1991 and has had only 3 owners in its 28 years. The second owner for 26 of those years. It has covered only 35,000 miles in all that time. The car is finished in White with a cloth interior and is in excellent condition. It has the original book pack and a nice history file with invoices and 23 old MOT's that confirm the mileage. The engine seems to be very sweet and certainly pulls the car along nicely with the automatic gearbox changing up and down as it should. The interior is in very good condition and there is an original radio/cassette player and aerial. New wheel trims just fitted as the olds ones had had their day and there's a pair of fog/spot lights at the front. MOT has just run out so will come with a new one when sold.

1974 TRIUMPH STAG AUTO WITH ORIGINAL V8 AND HARDTOP. JAVA GREEN. RESTORED CAR. £16995


This lovely Java Green Stag was first registered 1st February 1974. It has the 3 speed BW65 Automatic gearbox and a very nice matching colour factory hardtop. The last owner has had the car for 16 years and it has been his pride and joy. He has covered 23,000 miles in the car in those 16 years and has maintained the car regardless of cost. The history file shows that the car was restored about 10 years ago and there is a CD on file of the restoration pictures. Over £16,500 in invoices are in the file. In recent times the car has been treated to a new hood, hood frame, door trims and wipers with the mechanicals receiving new cylinder heads, starter motor, oil cooler, radiator, battery, brakes, track rod ends, power steering, steering rack, fuel pump and much more. There is an immobilisor fitted and a nice Alpine CD/Stereo system. There is also a Stag wind deflector for behind the seats and an excellent hardtop. Overall a very nice car in a great colour that is ready to use and enjoy. It has just had a service and the car is now MOT and tax exempt but it has a current MOT with no advisories.

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1977 HONDA 400 FOUR SUPER SPORT. ONLY 1 OWNER AND 8,000 MILES FROM NEW. SIMPLY STUNNING. £6995.

I really can't say much about this bike as the pictures say it all. Purchased new by a friend of mine in 1977 and he has had the bike ever since some 42 years. The bike has always been dry stored and he has covered only 8000 miles in that time maintaining the bike himself to a high standard. He purchased the bike on 1st August 1977 from Hyde Motorcycles in Worthing and the original bill of sale shows it cost £809 less the £250 they gave him for the 1973 Honda CB250 he part exchanged.  The bike is finished in Blue and looks superb. There is a small file of invoices, receipts and old MOT's to prove the mileage and the original owners manual looks to be unopened. Nice examples of these sought after bikes are becoming very hard to find and this one is as good as you will get and has an MOT. The bike was ridden 20 miles over to me and is READY TO GO.

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1987 AUSTIN MINI PARK LANE. RARE LTD EDITION. ONLY 32 ON THE ROAD. 58K MILES. RESTORED. £6495.

The Park Lane was one in a series of limited edition Minis based on upmarket London landmarks: Picadilly, Chelsea, Mayfair and the Ritz also featured. Identifying features of the Park Lane included a sports steering wheel, stereo radio/cassette player, “Exclusive” Park Lane interior trim, unique exterior brightwork and a “distinctive black exterior with graphics”. Output was limited to just 1,500 examples. This Park Lane was first registered 5th May 1987. D817 SNT is a very smart example which has seen some major expenditure in recent years. The car has been restored over the last two years, which included fitting a new rear sub-frame, new rear suspension, shock absorbers, brake hoses and pipes, new battery, 2 new tyres, new rubbers, new radiator, new carpets, new wings and panels, exhaust and water pump amongst many other items. The car was also re-sprayed  in Black Tulip. It is believed that the car was taken off the road by the previous owner around 2001 and stored until our 2017. The recorded mileage – 58,269 – is believed to be correct. The car has an MOT to April 2020. The 998cc engine and 4 speed gearbox are in fine working order and push the car along willingly.  There is a good history file of old invoices, MOT's etc showing over £3300 spent recently. At the very reasonable price, this Mini is a very attractive proposition and a practical and economical entry into classic car ownership.

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1993 ROVER MINI COOPER Si JOHN COOPER WORKS CONVERSION NO.99. BRG. ALLOYS. RESTORED. £8995

Supplied new in April 1993, this iconic Mini Cooper K925 XPK has been treated to the John Cooper Works 'Si' upgrade, conversion No.99 (complete with plaque inside the car) and features the zesty 1,275cc engine with 74bhp. It is finished in classic British Racing Green with contrasting white roof livery with the white bonnet stripes featuring green John Cooper signature. The interior is half-black leather and cloth piped red and it has a walnut dash, red carpets, cream Cooper dials, external spot lights and of course Minilite wheels. In good order throughout and showing just 80,603 miles, its ready to be enjoyed by the fortunate new owner.  Owner’s pack and manual, brochure, magazine and a current MOT which runs until February 2020. Fast and Furious!

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1964 MORRIS MINOR 1000 TRAVELLER. 2 OWNERS IN 36 YEARS. DISC BRAKES. NEW WOOD. £9995

This is a great MOGGY for the summer season A 1964 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller that was first registered 09-09-1964. It is both Road tax and MOT exempt. CAX 449B is finished in Old English White with a red coachline and a Red/Grey interior with red carpets. The last owner had the car for 15 years and used the car regularly for classic car shows and outings  out. The owner previous had the car for 21 years. So only 2 owners in the last 36 years. The wood was replaced 12 years ago and the engine was replaced with a reconditioned unit just 20,000 miles ago. The car has also benefited from some sensible upgrades with the fitting of disc brakes on the front and telescopic dampers on the rear. It also has a stainless steel exhaust system. The paintwork is in very good order and the interior and headlining are both excellent. The chrome is good too. There are 2 chrome wing mirrors and one door mirror plus a pair of chrome headlight peaks to give some bling! A badge bar is fitted to the front with a selection of badges. The wheels have the correct 'M' hubcaps and wheel embellishers fitted and are shod with good tyres. It has some nice Morris mud flaps fitted. The dash features some extra dials with an Amp meter, oil pressure and water temp gauges fitted.It has a very loud Klakson horn that will clear the road ahead!! Looks and drives great and is ready to be enjoyed. MOT till 23/12/2019 even though it did not need one.

1979 MGB 'ORCHARD SPECIAL' ROADSTER. BLACK. OWNED 20 YEARS. 1868cc + HI LIFT CAM. £8995

This fantastic looking car is an 1979 MGB Roadster fitted with a RPS bumper conversion kit. The car is factory Black and was first registered 4th April 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 Gold Minilite style wheels fitted to give the stunning look it now has. Being 40 years old the car is will be MOT and tax exempt in April 2020 so will come with a fresh MOT when sold. The last owner but one had the car for over 20 years and the large history file with 33 old MOT's back to 1983 shows that he spent over £12,000 restoring the car and upgrading it. The main item is the reconditioned 1868cc unleaded engine fitted with a high lift cam for that extra performance. Mated to the 4 speed + overdrive gearbox it gives good oil pressure and ample performance. Mechanically there was also an Alloy rocker cover, re-con carbs, stainless exhaust, kenlow electric fan, rebuilt suspension, new steering rack, shock absorbers, new distributor and electrics, new battery, new brake calipers, new leaf springs,bushes and seals. Bodily the car has been restored and repainted and the interior re-fitted with black leather seats with red piping, MG logo carpets, Mota-lita steering wheel, period radio cassette player, electric aerial, new mohair roof, full tonneau cover, hood tonneau and chrome sill plates. The Black 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 model.

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1968 MORRIS MINOR 4 DOOR SALOON. RESTORED. 1098cc. VERY NICE CAR. ALMOND GREEN. £7295

Built under British Leyland’s stewardship in its final years, this late model Series V ADO59 four-door saloon variant features the 1,098cc inline four which produced a heady 48bhp, some 21bhp more than the original unit fitted to the 1948 MM version at launch. First registered in March 1968 and finished in traditional Almond green, this Minor has evidently been well treated and looks as good today, as it likely did when leaving the factory gates in the late 60’s. Recently treated to a full respray the car shines like a new penny and boasts a lovely refreshed interior plus a particularly clean and tidy engine bay. NKL 333F’s history file includes the V5C, hand book, 14 old MOTs dating back to 2000 showing only minimal mileage covered and a current MOT until April 2020 with no advisories. There is also a selection of invoices including an invoice from Morris Minor specialist Charles Ware in Bristol for a long list of parts including (but not limited to), pedal rubbers, new carpets, cushion covers, fan belt, bonnet pull, washer bottle and service kit dated July 2017. The ultimate classic in so many respects, this splendid late Minor looks ready to use and enjoy straight away.


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