Superb car with superb documented history A lovely example of this rarest of the Jaguar flagship models. Finished in Topaz metallic paint with Ivory Autolux leather. The high specification includes burr walnut finishing including rear picnic tables, along with air conditioning, memory heated front seats, electric steering column, crusie control, CD autochanger, alloy wheels. This car has had a small fortune spent on it with two standout items being a recondition engine non nikasil (£4700) and reconditioned gearbox (£3000) at 75000 miles for which there issupporting paperwork alonsgide a signicant documented additional history such as every MOT evr it seems! The last owner was meticulous in record keeping. Within the stamped service book 10496miles 19273 miles 28236 miles 37116 miles 53390 miles 61937 miles 70000 miles 89258 miles Other significant work – but there is much more more. Essentailly including the gearbox and engine this car has a spend of circa £18000 spent since 2004 all of which is documented 2012 – Throttle assembly 2014 – Brake Master Cylinder and Bushes – £1013 2014 – Engine Mangement – £416 2015 – Shocks – £410
This elegant 4.o Litre XJ Jaguar is the Long Wheel Base version. She is in a lovely colour way with the regal Jade green metallic paint and light tan interior. Recent work includes a new headling and windscreen at almost £900 and the car was MOT’s in January of this year. The car has an impressive service history with a stamped book up to 86512 miles with a total of 4 owners since 1996 The Jaguar XJ, X300, was built between 1994 and 1997, and can be considered an evolution of the XJ40. The design of the X300 placed emphasis on improved build quality, improved reliability, and a return to traditional Jaguar styling elements. The X300 series represented the result of a £200 million facilities renewal program by Ford and the quality shows. For not a lot of money it is a lot of car
Mercedes 320 SLK manual – Refined sportiness The V-6 finally fulfills the original promise of the SLK, blending quickness with refinement and a wonderful high-revving engine note. This can be coupled with a seamless six-speed manual transmission Meanwhile, completing the package is a well-controlled suspension and responsive steering that provides good feedback and a precision feel. To complement this added performance, the SLK also gets a freshened look with new body-color front and rear aprons, rocker panels, and door handles, as well as two-color taillamps. The cockpit offers handsome wood trim, power heated seats, telescoping steering wheel The 320 is a refined sportcars not an out and out racer – It’s a convertible when the weather’s good, a securely sealed two-seater coupe when it’s not, and an inviting choice for everyday driving, any day. But V-6 power, the SLK also rates a couple notches higher on the fun scale, as well. There are only about 550 of these cars currently registered on the road today and the appeal is certainly the manual gearbox The service history of this car is reasonable, with a stamp booked and we have just given a full service so she will be up to date […]
Porsche 968 Cabriolet – a rare and wonderful thing For a car that delivers not far short of minor supercar performance and handling, the 968’s build quality is outstanding too. Though it is fair to say the Cabrio is more of a cruiser. It’s instantly clear that all 968s were designed specifically as proper sportscars from the moment you settle into the driver’s seat. If you’re a fan of the marque you’ll know about the 968’s driver appeal, its reliability and ruggedness. It was voted by Performance Car magazine the best handling car 1993, so even then the 968 had a lot going for it. Nowadays its quite a rare sight on Britain’s roads, and coupled with the fact that it was only produced for three years, makes used examples less than commonplace. 968s have a 3.0-litre engine and rack and pinion power-assisted steering, is powered by the 944 S2’s 3.0-litre engine, but with variable valve timing to improve power, torque and fuel economy. Factor in super-responsive steering, old fashioned rear drive and a front-rear weight distribution that’s not far off 50:50, and you’re left with a car whose heart and soul is pure sportscar. Our 1993 model has a […]
Eye catching example of the desirable R129 Mercedes sports car The car is very much in excellent all round condition and MOT’d until October 2019. Finished in Vivianite Green and suplied with hard top as well as upgraded premium Alpine sound system plus additional amp. The Mercedes 280SL R129 model was the 190 bhp 2.8 L inline 6 with 12 valves deliivering good performance and better economy than the bigger engines. The specification is high, with electric windows, mirrors, seats and roof. The R129 model was the first convertible/roadster to offer the automatic roll-bar deployment in event of rollover. The driver can also manually raise and lower the roll-bar should he choose to. This facilitates the clean look of R129 without compromising the occupant’s safety. This R129 Mercedes 280 SL is in extemely good condition, and has a good Service History. It has Air Conditioning, Full Leather interior, Central Locking, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Power Hood, Front Centre Armrest, Electric Seats, and Remote Central Locking. These SL models are now going up in price, and this car represents excellent value. 5 speed automatic Orion slate grey nappa leather with sport seats elctric mirros alarm and immobiliser CD changer Black Mohair […]
The classic 4 seater cabriolet – in superb condition This stunning vehicle has been in a collection for 10 years and seldom driven, just maintained and kept in a heated barn. Last recorded keeper since 2008, first supplied by Jacksons ltd Jersey, then brought over to Lakeside Mercedes some 2 months later. The original service book with 11 service entries, including a service carried recently, The car also comes with a new MOT, the original log book, plus various old MOTs. The colour is Mercedes Azurite blue metallic, with a blue hood and sand beige/cream leather interior trim. The car features heated front seats, original Mercedes radio, and a CD stack system in the boot. The paintwork is in stunning condition, the bumpers are virtually unmarked with no bangs or serious marks etc, the under-side of the vehicle is in very good condition, as is the boot area. The blue fabric soft top is in stunning condition, the headlining is good with no rips etc, the interior trim is in very nice condition. The dash and the carpets are in good condition, and the alloy wheels have been refurbished. This is one the best examples of this highly desirable marques […]
High performance convertible A nice example of this high performance marque with good history amnd generally in good order. Nice colur conbination. Electric hood in good condition Servive history: 8457 13062 17048 30146 37880 46326 55930 71177 79793 82044 85349 87999 89613 94917 94975 Other work The prvious owner has a collection of cars and these we/are regularly serviced/looked at 21/11/16 – silencers, bumper repair £900 16/09/16 – Brakes + £400 31/08/16 – £350 28/03/17 – £390 28/06/18 19/01/18 02/02/18 16/02/18 – £325 08/03 /18 08/06/18 22/06/18 11/07/18 – £405
One owner and low mileage Not many E39’s come up for sale as most people have got no reason to sell, and it is little known fact that the BMW E39 got rated the best car in the world for its life . and it still is better than most up-to-date modern rivals. This car is the best compromise between sport/luxury, power/economy, and it is oozes class There aren’t too many surprises with a 5 Series. You know it’s going to be beautifully built, great to drive, understated and well equipped. This BMW is no exception but with its low mileage and single ownership this has to be one the best around and also has the SE trim Last serviced at 41904
A true GT, the XJS is indeed a grand tourer, still modern and capable of long journeys and presentation at shows anywhere This is an honest and very clean XJS with low mileage for the year and full service history.Mot’d until May 2019 Bodywork is generally very good the odd chip here and there. Seats have no rips or tears but have a used patina
Jensen Interceptor – Series 111 (J) This Jensen was restored over 10 years ago and the heritage certificate confirms it was supplied in original yellow over black leather interior. Good history file with photos of restoration, all workshop manuals and current MOT with no advisories. The vehicle was first reg 27-09-1972 as per the Statement of Origin certificate from Jensen Motors. We are now in the process of undertaking further work including a full respray. Contact us for more details
Beautiful and rare XJC – Daimler Sovereign series 2 coupe This stunning example of the rare coupe has just arrived and is generally immaculate. More details and pictures to follow but has a significant history file and was with last owner for 18 years during which time she has been lovingly cared for including a £6000 professional interior refurbishment. The car has done less than 50000 miles. Ask us for more details. This car has been through a significant reconditioning in 1992 which included a full respray and there is documented evidence on this including pictures Servicing and other works January 1991 – July 1992: Full respray Replace o/s rear and front floor New inner and outer sill New Lower quarter panel Rear wheel arch Inner wheel arch Reconditioned tanks Reconditioned fuel pumps Bulk head + more Copious amounts of paperwork related 2002 to 2005 too many to list but mostly mechanical relating to engine work during this period, plus more recent bills of work we have undertaken to a cost of £2500. The car will be supplied with a new MOT Mechanically she has been recently recomissioned by ourselves. Additional work includes new fuel tanks, brake and fuel pipes […]
Triumph Stag MK2 – 1977 This classic British Sport Cars is a genuine 2+2 Sports Tourer Manufactured between 1970 and 1978, and styled by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti. All Stags were four-seater Convertible Coupés, but for structural rigidity, and to meet new American rollover standards of the time, the Stag required a B-pillar roll bar hoop connected to the windscreen frame by a T-bar. A removable hardtop was a popular factory option for the early Stags, and was later supplied as a standard fitment. This is a 1977 Triumph Stag Manual Overdrive and has only been owned twice, the second owner acquired from Triumph Stag specialist Cherished Classics in January 2006 at 97,372 miles This car has had two lady owners from new, and is very well maintained with a genuine 102,900 miles. The car comes with both hard and soft tops, and is in very good condition. She is accompanied by handbooks, passport to service, original bill of sale, and maintenance records. There is also MOT history to warrant the current mileage and the existing MOT is very recent. This is a very good original car that comes with its original hard top, the very desirable alloy wheels, and […]
Firstly this is a very low mileage and low owner example for the year and in fact has only covered 4000 miles on last five years. The car has clearly been well looked after; probably being taken out for the occasional sortie before being tucked up again.
This lovely example of Truimph’s classic straight six sports car has had an extensive history of renovation work details as follows. Since we have owned the vehicle we have undertaken a significant engine performance and a bare metal top half respray.