Showroom – current vehicles for sale

Showroom – current vehicles for sale
Daimler XJ Coupe 4.2 – XJC Renovated and recommissioned inside and out - significant expenditure including a recent engine rebuild and gearbox £36,950
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 49,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1976

Renovated and recommissioned inside and out – significant expenditure including a recent engine rebuild and gearbox

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Landrover Defender 90 – Restored Heritage Look Professionally restored - with new engine and interior and only 200 miles since completed £25,600
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Pick up
  • 1989

Professionally restored – with new engine and interior and only 200 miles since completed

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Triumph TR6 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. £23,995
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 98,238 Miles
  • Sports, Convertible
  • 1972
  • 22-27

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.

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Lotus Esprit Turbo 2.2 (X180) Lotus Esprit Turbo X180 When first launched this model Esprit received a state-of-the-art turbo upgrade that gave the mid-engined sports car blessed with supercar styling….with it. This Lotus model was now touching supercar territory. With all the handling, style and finesse of the standard Esprit but with genuine supercar-challenging performance The extra 50bhp over the normal 2.2-litre Esprit comes from a Garrett T3 turbocharger, though the entire engine was re-engineered to with the additional power and torque. In 1985 the suspension was revised to use more Toyota and fewer Triumph parts, thus making it easier to keep on the road. Giugiaro is said to have liked the new shape, claiming it was perhaps too close to his original design. The exterior changes were accompanied by a redesign of the interior that gave more space to the occupants. The revised Esprit was not given a new “Series” number but is often called by its project code of X180. Panels for the body were produced using a new process called Vacuum Assisted Resin Injection. This method, also helped increased the Esprit’s torsional rigidity by 22%. The X180 cars inherited most of their mechanical components from the earlier cars, although the name for the forced […] £22,995
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 71,000 Miles
  • Sports
  • 1988

Lotus Esprit Turbo X180 When first launched this model Esprit received a state-of-the-art turbo upgrade that gave the mid-engined sports car blessed with supercar styling….with it. This Lotus model was now touching supercar territory. With all the handling, style and finesse of the standard Esprit but with genuine supercar-challenging performance The extra 50bhp over the normal 2.2-litre Esprit comes from a Garrett T3 turbocharger, though the entire engine was re-engineered to with the additional power and torque. In 1985 the suspension was revised to use more Toyota and fewer Triumph parts, thus making it easier to keep on the road. Giugiaro is said to have liked the new shape, claiming it was perhaps too close to his original design. The exterior changes were accompanied by a redesign of the interior that gave more space to the occupants. The revised Esprit was not given a new “Series” number but is often called by its project code of X180. Panels for the body were produced using a new process called Vacuum Assisted Resin Injection. This method, also helped increased the Esprit’s torsional rigidity by 22%. The X180 cars inherited most of their mechanical components from the earlier cars, although the name for the forced […]

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1972 R107 Mercedes 350 SL+hard top Recently received bare metal respray and mechanical recommissioning £21,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 120,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1972

Recently received bare metal respray and mechanical recommissioning

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Bentley Arnage Red Label Stunning Bentley Arnage 6.8 ltr Red Label with good history and very few miles over the last 5 years £20,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 72,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 2000

Stunning Bentley Arnage 6.8 ltr Red Label with good history and very few miles over the last 5 years

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Rover P5B coupe 3.5 Litre V8 The stylish Rover P5B Coupe With only 17 of the 1973 model year on the road and 360 P5B’s in total. This car was the 185th last of the model that ceased production in 1973. The Rover P5B was quite the car in the 70’s,  as it is today  The last iteration in a production run of 13 years, it was very much a desired luxury car of the era and now a highly desirable The P5B was named so because of its new bigger 3.5L V8 engine, which was designed by Buick (being the B) From a design perspective, the car has a lower roofline and rakish rear window to the saloon, with striking front headlight cluster, the introduction of fog lamps, and the 3.5 badges and Rostyle wheels Mechanically the coupe included power steering and a Borg-Warner automatic gearbox as standard. The 3½ Litre saloon variant was a favourite of high-ranking Government Ministers and served as Prime Ministerial transport even the Queen had one. Presented at the London Motor Show in October 1965, described at the time as “even more luxuriously trimmed and furnished”. It was again available in two 4-door body styles, coupé and saloon. Externally it […] £19,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 105,000 Miles
  • Saloon, Coupe
  • 1973

The stylish Rover P5B Coupe With only 17 of the 1973 model year on the road and 360 P5B’s in total. This car was the 185th last of the model that ceased production in 1973. The Rover P5B was quite the car in the 70’s,  as it is today  The last iteration in a production run of 13 years, it was very much a desired luxury car of the era and now a highly desirable The P5B was named so because of its new bigger 3.5L V8 engine, which was designed by Buick (being the B) From a design perspective, the car has a lower roofline and rakish rear window to the saloon, with striking front headlight cluster, the introduction of fog lamps, and the 3.5 badges and Rostyle wheels Mechanically the coupe included power steering and a Borg-Warner automatic gearbox as standard. The 3½ Litre saloon variant was a favourite of high-ranking Government Ministers and served as Prime Ministerial transport even the Queen had one. Presented at the London Motor Show in October 1965, described at the time as “even more luxuriously trimmed and furnished”. It was again available in two 4-door body styles, coupé and saloon. Externally it […]

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MGB Roadster – sebring styling MGB Roadster – with Sebring styling and interesting MG factory heritage Low mileage This car was originally a left-hand drive when manufactured at Abington in 1978 for their purposes (development vehicle we suspect) and when it left the factory in 1980 she was fully dressed as a RHD vehicle in the LE spec. The car was once owned by Chris Peacock being the last works manager at the Abington Factory, but had been neglected living in a garden for 23 years! The next owners set about restoring and modifying her to the current state. This is pictorially documented as well as copious amounts of documentation and has included: New wings Inner and outer sills Floor Scuttle Door skins Boot lid New petrol tank New hood Stiffer springs and uprated shocks Seat Covers Carpets Stainless Steel exhaust Brakes overhauled Respray to Tarten Red Waxoiled Engine renovation Visually the rubber bumpers have been removed, the car has a modified grill, MGC bonnet (lightweight), MGC valance, Sebring rear valance. In 2011/12 alone there was an expenditure of £5450! Original Heritage Certificate Equipped with overdrive MGB Handbook Recent paintwork has been undertaken   £14,995
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 17,000 Miles
  • Convertible, Sports
  • 1978

MGB Roadster – with Sebring styling and interesting MG factory heritage Low mileage This car was originally a left-hand drive when manufactured at Abington in 1978 for their purposes (development vehicle we suspect) and when it left the factory in 1980 she was fully dressed as a RHD vehicle in the LE spec. The car was once owned by Chris Peacock being the last works manager at the Abington Factory, but had been neglected living in a garden for 23 years! The next owners set about restoring and modifying her to the current state. This is pictorially documented as well as copious amounts of documentation and has included: New wings Inner and outer sills Floor Scuttle Door skins Boot lid New petrol tank New hood Stiffer springs and uprated shocks Seat Covers Carpets Stainless Steel exhaust Brakes overhauled Respray to Tarten Red Waxoiled Engine renovation Visually the rubber bumpers have been removed, the car has a modified grill, MGC bonnet (lightweight), MGC valance, Sebring rear valance. In 2011/12 alone there was an expenditure of £5450! Original Heritage Certificate Equipped with overdrive MGB Handbook Recent paintwork has been undertaken  

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