NORTON COMMANDO FAST BACK 1972
Norton Commando Fast Back 1972 L registration. This stunning bike was lovingly restored by a retired aircraft engineer. It is in superb condition both mechanically and cosmetically. Comes with original riders manual and a workshop manual. 30,000 miles in total from new. Quite simply a beautiful looking British bike.
NISSAN GTR R35 VOGUE AUTO DESIGN CARBON BODIED OVER 600BHP
Nissan GTR R35 , 3.8 twin turbo (Engine VR38 DETT) 2009 59 Registration, VAD Vogue Auto Design carbon bodied special edition, one of only two built, 600+ BHP. All standard equipment inside including satellite navigation, electric heated seats, climate control, Bose sound system, half leather seats. Huge 21 inch Bronze wheels with 345/25 tyres. Fully adjustable suspension, paddle shift gearbox. This is the VAD Player Special car that can be seen on YouTube and many other sites, it is ridiculously fast and looks incredible and the amazing sound it produces makes it addictive to drive. If you want to stand out from the crowd this is the car for you. Just enter VAD GTR and see many photos and videos of this incredible car.
MCLAREN 650S SPIDER 2016 ONLY 3000 MILES FROM NEW CERAMIC BRAKES LIFTING GEAR
McLaren 650S Spider 2016 special order Volcano orange with black alcantara seats with orange stitching. Only 3000 miles from new with McLaren service history. Options include sports exhaust, carbon fibre side intakes, forged sports wheels with diamond finish, carbon ceramic brakes, Nose Lift, carbon fibre interior upgrade, Meridian sound upgrade, security package with tracker, luxury pack and alloy coolant and oil caps. As new condition throughout and exceptional value with the list price being 250k with this high specification.
LANCIA FULVIA 1.3 RALLY S 1968 ROAD RALLY CAR
Lancia Fulvia 1.3 Rally S, red with black interior, 1968 series one. This car was prepared for rallying by the specialist Richard Thorne in 2002 at a cost of £7500. The work included the following, roll bar, fire extinguisher, full harness seat belts, map light, OMP RS seat, Oscar plus driving lights, Tango fog lamps, retro trip 2, competition clutch, balanced flywheel, braided hoses, competition brake pads, adjustable mounts, plus much more. This car handles like it is on rails, it’s absolutely fabulous fun to drive and sounds great with its sweet 1300cc engine. Large history file and original two sets of keys. Supplied freshly serviced with a new mot.
LANCHESTER MK2 ROAD RIDER DELUXE.
Rare and Hard to Find 1939 Lanchester MK2 Road Rider Deluxe. Owned by a gentleman in Kensington from new in 1939 until 1994, then being owned by its second owner for some 25 years and within that time having over £30,000 spent on a total restoration with all photographic evidence and bills available . The last owner purchased it in 2012 and had power steering fitted a great expense. This spacious and luxurious touring saloon is in great condition. Being finished in her original livery of Black and Maroon with striking deep fluted piped cream interior and Walnut fittings. This very sort after Lancaster is believed to be one of only 6 remaining. There is a very large history file with the car including original owners manuals and brochures. The private number plate will be removed prior to purchase.
GPW WILLYS JEEP 1942
Ford GPW Willys Jeep 1942. Finished in traditional military olive green livery, this Willys Jeep has been verified by the Military Vehicle Trust. In 2014 it had a partial restoration and it still remains in good condition throughout. It comes with the axe, shovel, Jerry can, black out light, rope, and original four piece collapsable aerial. Recently benefitting form a new exhaust system and rebuilt gearbox. Apart from a new tub this jeep is completely original, there is an inspection sheet verifying this.
GMC STEPSIDE SERIES 100 TRUCK 1949
1949 GMC Series 100 Half Ton pick up, powered by a 3.7 litre straight six engine which sounds superb, definitely no need for a V8 in this truck. It was restored in Ohio in 2011 and entered into the Concours d’Elegance of the 16th Annual Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles. Since it was restored it has only done 1400 miles so it remains in superb condition throughout. Imported by the last owner in 2013, so fully registered in the UK. A truly lovely looking truck which is approaching seventy years old. Superbly sat on old school Firestone white wall tyres.
DELOREAN DMC12 1981 27000 MILES
DeLorean DMC12, 1981 W registration, finished in correct brushed stainless body with full leather dark grey interior, only 27,000 miles from new with a huge thick service file including the original bill of sale. Having been owned by the editor of the DeLorean magazine, as you can imagine this car is in superb order throughout. It is incredibly well know in DeLorean circles and has also spent some of it’s life in a collection in Ireland. This is the first DMC we have had and definately wont be the last, I didn’t realise quite how cool they are, go back to the future before it’s too late and you can’t afford it. A truly superb example.
DE TOMASO PANTERA 1972
De Tomaso Pantera, 1972, manual coupe, with original Ford Cleveland 5.7 V8 351Ci , chassis number THPNLS01945 red with black and cream leather interior, black carpets with De Tomaso over mats. This car has recently surfaced after being in museum in America since 2010, with only one previous owner before that, with only 35,000 miles from new. Running perfectly and one the button, this car will be supplied freshly serviced and if it remains in the UK we will register it for the new owner. This is one of the best sounding cars ever produced and the back end is a hard view to beat.
DAIMLER SOVEREIGN 4.2 1969 ONLY 27,000 MILES
Daimler Sovereign 4.2 saloon, 1969 G registration. Pale blue with dark blue leather interior. Only 27,000 genuine miles from new with a lovely service history. This must be one of the best Daimler Sovereign’s in existence; the body work is faultless with the best shut lines you will see. The chrome is all the original and is superb and is a joy to polish. The interior is as perfect as you will find and it is a very comfortable place to be when cruising effortlessly in this 4.2 Automatic. This car has won many concours awards mainly in the eighties and nineties and it has been faultlessly maintained by the last owner for ten years. To do the bodywork on this Daimler to the standard it is would alone cost more that the asking price. It is a car that really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
CORVETTE 454 CONVERTIBLE 1973 FULLY RESTORED
1973 Corvette 454 Convertible Silver
7.4 liters 454 BB auto, finished in silver with midnight blue interior, electric windows, power brakes, power steering and am/fm radio. Full documented restoration fifteen years ago by leading UK restorer Alan Faulkner-Stevens with matching numbers 454 engine rebuilt by Peter Knight , dry stored and lovingly maintained since. 450 miles since total rebuild. A pleasure to drive. All correct and gorgeous to look at and very rare being a 454 7.4 litre convertible.
CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE 1965 7.2 LITRE 427
Cadillac Coupe De Ville Convertible, 1965, 7.2 litre 427, dark metallic red with dark red and white leather interior. White electric soft top. 48,000 miles showing on the clock. I purchased this car about three years ago with the intention of improving it and using it, but unfortunately I have not had the time to do either. It is pretty much rust free car that was restored underneath before I purchased it, it was also running but now it wont which I think is either due to the starter being jammed or worst case possibly the automatic gearbox. The paintwork is in the original colour but it could do with repaint or at least some areas re done. The seats are really good as are the carpets but the door cards could do with retriming and the soft top has some tears on the sides at the back but it still has its glass rear window. The chrome is original so not perfect but with a bit of work could be acceptable. All in all this is a worth while project at the fraction of the price of a mint one. The convertible Coupe De Ville of the early to mid sixties are getting increasingly harder to find these days. The car is not UK registered but all duties have been paid and I have the relevant paperwork.
CHANG JIANG BMW R71 COMBINATION 1969
1968 Chang Jiang 750 combination, registration number NAV 245F, frame number 6811231, engine number 6810186, black. This Chang Jiang comes direct from a private collection and is presented in very good condition. The motorcycle
offers a close resemblance to a BMW R71, with BMW badging, black coachwork with white pin-striping but is a fraction of the price of an original. Also has detachable pinion seat and a reverse gear. The Russians issued drawings to the Chinese to make exact copies of the BMW R71 down to the last nut and bolt, so most parts are interchangeable with the R71. Fantastic condition throughout and excellent mechanically.
TEAL BUGATTI TYPE 35 REPLICA 1979
Teal Bugatti Type 35 Replica, 1979, dark blue with grey interior. Brooklands screens and also full screen option with wipers. Full wet weather gear including side windows. Tonneau cover, Klaxon horn, external handbrake, aluminium body, Morris 1800 engine with twin carbs, disc brakes on the front, electric cooling fan, goes very well indeed and it is tremendous fun to drive. Bugatti motoring for a fraction of the price.
TOYOTA LAND CRUISER BJ40 1977
Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 1977 R registration, Desert beige with black interior, diesel, Sparco classic bucket front seats and two rear jump seats with seat belts. This very rare BJ40 is in excellent condition throughout with a rust free underneath and lovely paintwork. The coolest classic four wheel drive around! and as they say you can go into the desert in a Land Rover but if you want to come out again go in a Land Cruiser.
1952 LAGONDA SERIES 1 2.6 SERVICE HISTORY , BLUE , CONVERTIBLE 2.6 LITRE
1952 Lagonda series one Drop Head Coupe 2.6 litre, dark blue with grey leather interior and black mohair soft top.
This Lagonda was purchased by a Mr Charlie Willment on the 1st January 1953; amazingly he owned the car until the late 80’s when he sold it to Mr Dennis Pearce. In 2004 it was sold to Yvonne (Mollie) Pipe and it has remained in her family since. Mrs Pipe had earlier formed her own Aston Martin Lagonda workshop. In April 2005 Mollie and the car attended The Royal Windsor St. George’s Day, Festival of Aston Martin; there is a photo of the car with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. In September that year the car won 1st in class at the Kingston Lacey Aston Martin Concours. There is an AMOC badge for this and it was also in the monthly magazine. In June 2009 it participated in the 21st Anniversary London-Brighton Classic Car Run.
In 2010 Southern Classics (Sunbury on Thames) refurbished the bodywork and repainted it in the colour it is today, the chrome work was also re-done. The paintwork and chrome are absolutely first class throughout. Then in 2012 the Lagonda went to D Class to have the interior re-trimmed throughout and a new hood and tonneau cover made. They also refurbished all of the woodwork, door cards, and made a new hood frame, again first class workmanship throughout. The car also benefits from a full engine rebuild by an Aston Martin specialist, it runs very smoothly indeed and it is nice and quiet .
This very rare car remains in wonderful condition and is very pleasurable to drive. It has a large history file including the original buff log book and owners manual, photos of restoration work and pictures of the car at various events. Many old mot’s and receipts are also included some dating right back to its early days.
With the price of early Aston Martin’s increasing hugely on a daily basis this rare Lagonda will undoubtedly be a good investment for the future.
KTM X-BOW 2008 58 PLATE 340BHP
KTM X-Bow 2008 58 registration, Full service history by Hanger 111, only 17,000 miles from new with two owners in total. 2000TFSI engine with larger turbo, 340bhp (Dyno to prove).
Miltec Exhaust, Stunning performance and immaculate throughout.
MORGAN 4/4 1977 FOUR SEATER
Morgan 4/4 1977 S registration. In its original colour, bright red with black interior. The history file contains some mot’s going back to 1987, many old receipts, photos of the chassis off restoration carried out in the late eighties and various other paperwork. This car has a full soft top with side screens, full tonneau cover and separate rear tonneau cover and rear seats. Black wire wheels with spinners. Lovely condition and very good mechanically having just been serviced and inspected by ourselves.
MORRIS MINOR 1000 CONVERTIBLE 1968
Morris Minor 1000 Convertible 1968 G registration. Trafalgar blue with grey interior. Affectionately know as Miss Moffett this genuine Convertible was first registered to A.J Moffett on 13.12.1968. There is a heritage certificate and original passport to service book to verify this, it also verifies that is still in its original colour with original interior. There is a nice history file containing many receipts going back to the eighties. Lovely condition throughout and great fun to drive. Last owner for fourteen years.
MERCEDES 300TD 123 SERIES ESTATE
Mercedes 300TD 123 Series estate, 1984 A registration, rare surviving 300 diesel model with automatic gearbox, olive green with tan cloth interior, long length sunroof with wind deflector, steel wheels with matching colour coded moon disc hub caps, chrome roof bars, climate control, original stereo, retractable parcel shelf and dog guard, tow bar with electrics, power steering, self levelling rear suspension. 155,000 miles and still in nice condition and faultless to drive. Very rare car in a lovely period colour combination. Supplied with a new mot and freshly serviced.
DUCATI 1000S CAFE RACER 2008 SPECIAL EDITION ONLY 1300 MILES!
The Ducati Sport 1000 series are mouth watering styled tributes to 70s motorcycles greats boasting modern thrills and mechanical s. Great as a look-at-me motorcycle and the detailing is exquisite but it’s neither a true sports bike nor year-round transport. For rarity, go for the limited edition Ducati Paul Smart 1000, for practicality the slightly dull, twin seat Ducati GT1000, but the best motorcycle on balance is the Ducati Sport 1000.
This matching no.s bike was purchased by the last owner from its first owner in 2009 with a mileage of 1860 kms- the odometer now reads only 2200 kms. In spite of its low mileage, the bike has been run regularly and serviced and stored as it should be. This bike is in perfect condition and is probably one of the best looking motorbikes you will find. The photographs just don’t do it justice, previously leading a pampered life in Monaco. Just been serviced and mot’d, all duties paid so ready for registration.