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Ford Mustang Convertible 289 GT – 1966 Rare 1966 Mustang Manual Convertible that is practically out of the box £32,500
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • Convertible
  • 1966

Rare 1966 Mustang Manual Convertible that is practically out of the box

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1972 R107 Mercedes 350 SL+hard top Recently received bare metal respray and mechanical recommissioning £29,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 120,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1972

Recently received bare metal respray and mechanical recommissioning

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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. £24,995
  • 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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Triumph Stag Mk2 1977 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 […] £21,995
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 102,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1997

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 […]

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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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Jaguar XJS 4.0ltr Auto 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. £14,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 52,000 Miles
  • Coupe
  • 1993
  • 21

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.

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Daimler Series III – Double Six V12 First off this car has spent some time in Japan – don’t be alarmed by this its actually a good thing because generally they were much more treasured and looked after than those that remained here, plus are much less prone to rust because of the climate (less salt on the roads) This car was manufactured in 1992 and spent sometime in Japan before being exported back to the UK. Clearly in Japan she was very much cherished and enjoyed the lack of salt for ice therefore, hasn’t rusted. The Double Six is a fast car, as it should be with a 5.3L, 313bhp V12 engine, and the power delivery is matched to an equally smooth automatic transmission. The Double Six was far cheaper than the cheapest Rolls-Royce or Bentley in its day but oozes much the same opulence and is virtually as well made Engine 5,993cc. V12 cylinders, 313bhp at 5,350rpm. Four-speed automatic gearbox, rear-wheel drive. Top speed 152mph, 0-60 in 7.5 seconds. Fuel consumption 14-19mpg. Polished walnut and soft leather abound, of course, and rear passengers have plenty of toys to play with. Each rear seat reclines electrically, and a further set of controls on the back of […] £12,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 44,000 Miles
  • Saloon
  • 1992

First off this car has spent some time in Japan – don’t be alarmed by this its actually a good thing because generally they were much more treasured and looked after than those that remained here, plus are much less prone to rust because of the climate (less salt on the roads) This car was manufactured in 1992 and spent sometime in Japan before being exported back to the UK. Clearly in Japan she was very much cherished and enjoyed the lack of salt for ice therefore, hasn’t rusted. The Double Six is a fast car, as it should be with a 5.3L, 313bhp V12 engine, and the power delivery is matched to an equally smooth automatic transmission. The Double Six was far cheaper than the cheapest Rolls-Royce or Bentley in its day but oozes much the same opulence and is virtually as well made Engine 5,993cc. V12 cylinders, 313bhp at 5,350rpm. Four-speed automatic gearbox, rear-wheel drive. Top speed 152mph, 0-60 in 7.5 seconds. Fuel consumption 14-19mpg. Polished walnut and soft leather abound, of course, and rear passengers have plenty of toys to play with. Each rear seat reclines electrically, and a further set of controls on the back of […]

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