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1962 MGA 1600 MK II COUPE. MULTIPLE CONCOURS AND BEST IN SHOW WINNER. STUNNING CAR. FULL BODY OFF REBUILD. £24,995.
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!
1966 MGB ROADSTER. OLD ENGLISH WHITE WITH RED INTERIOR. OVERDRIVE. WIRE WHEELS. STUNNING CAR. £14995.
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.
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.
1966 MORRIS MINOR CONVERTIBLE CONVERSION. "ROSIE" IS CREAM WITH BLUE ROOF. TAX/MOT EXEMPT. LOVELY SUMMER CRUISER. £6995.
great little Moggy convertible was first registered 09/06/1966 and is
now 53 years old. The car has an MOT with no advisories but is now road
tax and MOT exempt. The car was correctly converted with a Yorkshire
Morris Minors Kit and painted a nice cream colour. This is complemented
by the pale blue interior trim that is in great condition and the new
dark Blue convertible top and hood cover. The car has been in the
current ownership for the last 7 years and it has been used regularly
for fun trips out including several to Goodwood for the revival meeting
and has covered 4,000 miles in his ownership. The engine and gearbox
both operate as they should with plenty of power and performance
enabling you to keep up with the modern traffic. There is an excellent
CD/radio stereo system hidden away in the glovebox for those cruising
tunes! Overall the car is a good solid converted convertible that looks
great and goes great but will not win a concourse. A lot of fun in a
very cute car for not a lot of money.
2007 ALFA ROMEO SPIDER 2.2 JTS. 6 SPEED BOX. ELECTRIC ROOF. FANTASTIC LOOKING CAR WITH ITALIAN STYLE. £4995
beautiful Alfa came to me as a part exchange against a clssic car. It is the rarer 2.2 petrol engined version of the Spider.
It was first registered 30/10/2007. It is finished in Metallic Grey with
black leather interior. It looks and drives superbly and is now amazing
value for money. A car that really stands out from the crowd and draws
admiring looks all the time. It has a great sound system and a Parrot
handsfree system fitted. It has new tyres and has just had a major
service at Alfa specialists Mangoletsi. The original book pack is
complete and shows 5 service stamps (4 alfa and 1 independent.) All in
all a very stylish car and great value for money.
1993 JAGUAR XJS 4.0 AUTOMATIC. FLAMENCO MICA METALLIC RED WITH IVORY LEATHER. FULL SERVICE HISTORY. £6995
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.
1969 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120. 650CC BRITISH HOME MARKET BIKE. RESTORED. £8995.
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.