Cars Sold

1967 Bentley T1 Mulliner Park Ward Coupe

This Bentley was ordered in Regal Red metallic with gold fine coach lines and beige leather interior. It includes some unique extra features, such as full electric windows, a factory built centre consul, Kolne radio by Bluespot, refrigeration and Sundym glass, dash mounted compass, A PYE GPO Radio Telephone and a "Sonic Device" for opening electronically the Factory gates; mega rare in those days!
The Bentley Coupe was delivered on 14/08/1967 to Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. Mr Lang owned the vehicle for several years and was serviced by Ja

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1978 Rolls-Royce Shadow II

1978 Shadow II, LHD, 24,000 Kms, 15,000 Miles, One Royal owner from new, it has service history from Jack Barclay, London, (Original Supplier) it is presented in its original paint which has polished through in a few places, nothing serious.

I have removed all of the vehicles woodwork and had it completely restored as per Factory, I have had all of the leather interior restored to the original Magnolia colour, all of the steel road wheels blasted and powered coated gloss black, all hub caps have been removed a professionally polished, beauty

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Facel Vega, Facel II

The HK500 was the most interesting car we ever made but the Facel II was the best. It was totally elegant.' – Jean Daninos. 

In its relatively short life, the French firm of Facel produced approximately 2,900 cars, all of which were stylish, luxurious and fast. Hand built, they were necessarily very expensive – the Facel II was priced in Rolls-Royce territory – and bought by the rich and famous seeking something exclusive and distinctive. The roll call of owners includes royalty, politicians, diplomats and entertainers: Tony Curtis, Danny Ka

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1960 Bentley S2 Continental Two Door Saloon by H.J.Mulliner

1960 Bentley S2 Continental Two Door Saloon by H.J.Mulliner

Described by The Autocar as, 'A new stage in the evolution of the post-war Bentley,' the magnificent Continental sports saloon has been synonymous with effortless high speed cruising in the grand manner since its introduction on the R-Type chassis in 1952. With the arrival in 1955 of the final generation of six-cylinder cars, the all-new Silver Cloud and Bentley S-Type, the Continental lost some of its individuality but none of its exclusivity. Dependable though it had proved, Rolls

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1952 Bentley Mk6 Coupe by ParkWard

1952 Bentley Mk VI Coupe by ParkWard, Dark blue metallic over Shell Grey metallic with Dark blue leather and a new West of England headliner in Grey, design number 147, 1 of only 6 built, by ParkWard, 4.5Ltr big bore engine, manual gearbox, all numbers matching, original registration (transferable) a huge history file, last owner, 16 years, almost £37,000 on the very recent cosmetic restoration by my company, underside fully stripped and chassis black painted, majority of the chrome re-chromed on the car, A/C, Power Steering (Electric) engine b

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1992 Jaguar XJS Automatic

The Jaguar XJS is a luxury grand tourer produced from 1975 to 1996 and replaced the E-Type. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJS was a competent replacement with better aerodynamics than the E-Type and was last produced on 4th April, 1996 by which time 115,413 had been produced during a 21-year production life. The car was re-engineered in May 1991 and renamed XJS (facelift). The rear side windows appeared enlarged and the buttresses stayed , although their appearance was minimised by the new side window treatment, as de

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