Cars Sold

2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT

2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT Coupe.

Nero Black with Dark Charcoal hide, Black Oak Veneers, a six speed manual gearbox, FAMSH, Only 23,757 Miles, A total of 84 RHD cars were built and whopping £167,000 when new, the final production of the best selling Aston of all time, boasting 435BHP and 410 pounds feet of torque all aluminium V12 5935 cc double overhead cams and 48 valves. The DB7 GT Coupe is a real looker. It’s sexy, svelte, and sleek, encapsulating everything a hardtop British sports car should be. The look is assertive, but doesn’t shout,

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1959 Kellison J5 Coupe

Inspirational Californian designer and 1950s-60s hot rod legend Jim Kellison supplied his dramatic J Series of cars to be married to an interesting spectrum of power units. But if the great man was still with us today, we’re certain he’d have regarded this Chevrolet V8-powered example as everything he aimed to achieve:
Low-slung beauty, heart-stopping performance, and – in this case – a standard of finish, fit and presentation far in excess of even the finest ’50s customs.

To say Kellisons are an unknown quantity outside the US – even much

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1968 Jaguar E Type S1 4.2 Roadster

Gun barrel straight Jaguar Dark blue with Dove grey leather, dark blue mohair hooding and hood bag. This three owner E Type Roadster from new has been in the previous ownership for 24 years, its all numbers matching, it has been fully restored by one of the best E Type restorers in this Country to show standard, engine fully rebuilt with 9:1 compression pistons carried out by VSE, including electronic ignition, it is set up for unleaded fuel and fast road use, the engine now nicely run-inn and showing excellent oil pressure, fully overhauled or

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1961 MGA 1600 MkII FHC LHD

Here is one of MG’s prettiest sports cars to a specification and condition that guarantees maximum enjoyment, and a car that we know for sure is rock-solid underneath and absolutely stunning externally. It’s fully ready to be displayed, or else driven with the gusto that it demands.

Built on 18-19 September 1961 and delivered new to the USA just 10 days later, the body and engine numbers still match. This left-hand drive car is, under close analysis and in accordance with its Heritage certificate, one of just 156 built in series II FHC LHD e

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1966 Jaguar E Type Series One 4.2 FHC, RHD.

The car is quite special as the paint colour was a special order in 1966, Opalescent Dark Blue, and the original Beige colour interior has been fully rebuilt to concours condition.

Car fully dismantled.

All suspension media blasted and then powder coated then rebuilt with new parts, all suspension joints are built with Polyurethane bushing.

All glass removed and replaced with new Sundym glass and laminated front windscreen, including a heated rear screen and switch on dash.

Bodywork stripped to bare metal and new meal welded as requ

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1935 Ford Three Window Coupe, Model 48

This right hand drive 1935 Model 48 is an extremely rare motor car. Featuring a relocated, larger 3622cc V8 flat head engine and transverse leaf springs, which sat outside the cars wheel base. The result was the Ford centre poise ride which was as “smooth as a swing” and with lower slung body work, according to Ford’s sales litrature at the time of release.

The rear ‘dickey’ Seat accessed from rear side steps bring a unique charm to these wonderful cars, including its original fake sun roof, it also has the added benefit of opening front and

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