Collector’s Cars For Sale

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Scroll down to see our current vehicles for sale and recently handled cars. Click on the picture for larger image or see menu list on the left for full photo gallery, specification and car history details. To see what is in the pipeline, check the CARS AWAITING PREP page. We accept cars in part-exchange or offer discount for straight cash deals. (Site updated  10/11//2017)

Vehicles Currently For Sale

1969 Jaguar (Mk2) 240 Saloon. Manual/Overdrive £25.995

A nicely restored example, over £27,000 spent on complete restoration. Only 5000 miles covered since. Superb car to drive and a real crowd puller. See Data pages for more.

1966 Jaguar (Mk2) 3,8 S-Type Manual/Overdrive/PAS £26,995 ono

A superb, rust-free Californian car which has been converted to RHD and restored to top show condition at a cost of over £30,000! All bills on file. Very attractive in Westminster Blue with perfect door gaps and a stunning new interior. Full details and more images on Data Page.

1950 Daimler DB18 “CONSORT” £17,995 ono

Opportunity to own an outstanding Daimler motorcar, recently acquired direct from an exclusive private collection in Cumbria. The car underwent a lengthy and scrupulously correct professional restoration between 2006 and 2009, reputedly costing in excess of £20,000. See Data page for more on this superb saloon.

1958 MG Magnette ZB Sports Saloon SOLD

First registered in July 1958, this lovely ZB was treated to a total nut-and-bolt mechanical and body restoration and bare metal respray by MG specialists J & L Shorten of Norwich between 1996 and 1998 which cost over £20,000. As a letter on file confirms, it was subsequently described as having been restored to “concours standard. Must be the best in the country. See Data Page for more … This car has recently been tested by ‘Classic Car Buyer Weekly’ and full report will appear in upcoming edition.

1950 Bentley MkVI Special by Peter Rae £59,995 ono

A stunning, matching numbers, MkVI Special-bodied Bentley which has been professionally built and fully sorted mechanically having been totally stripped and rebuilt with great attention to detail by a fastidious former owner who spent years painstakingly attending to every stage of its development. This actual car is well featured and photographed in Ray Roberts excellent Book “Bentley Specials” Vol. 2. Pages 706, 711, 891. See Data Page for more on this unique car….

Matching Pair!

We are pleased to be able to offer this brace of superbly restored cars resplendent in matching colours of Burgundy over Black, they would enhance any private collection, museum or wedding fleet. The Lanchester is listed below and more details of the DB18  Consort are shown above and both have Data Pages with more detailed information. Both cars have recently been tested by ‘Classic Car Buyer Weekly’ and full report will appear in upcoming edition.

1948 Lanchester LD10 Drop Head By ABBOTT £32,995

Stunning NEC Showcar For Sale!   In the world of Classic Cars they don’t come much rarer than this 1948 Lanchester LD10 Drophead Coupe with a special body by E.D.Abbott of Farnham, Surrey, one of only two produced by the firm who specialised in high class body conversions. This car has received a 100 point restoration by craftsmen who do not and will not cut corners and the owner was a stickler for detail as evidenced by his superb bound volume “The Story of my Abbott Lanchester” where the complete restoration process has been meticulously recorded along with colour photographs of every stage. Definitely a car for the perfectionist. See Data page for more. (The engine bay is particularly stunning on this car)

1948 Triumph Roadster 1800 SOLD

A nicely restored example with a remarkable history having been in the same family for 50 years! Subject of several press articles and well known in Triumph Club circles. 

1935 Singer Nine “Le Mans” £33,995 ono

Here is an opportunity to own a piece of British Motoring History. This actual car competed many times in Hill Climbs and other Events winning multiple awards in the mid 30’s. Fully researched race history with photo evidence. Now superbly rebuilt it presents As New in resplendent Red over Burgundy with complementing leather interior. Will enhance any classic display. A car for the discerning collector. See Data Page for more info.

1948 Riley RM 2,5 litre 4-place Drophead Coupe Sold


A truly magnificent example of the restorer’s art. Meticulous re-construction by professional Classic Car Engineer with 20 years experience of rebuilding cars to Concours level. This superb Riley motorcar  is now resplendent in Bronze Metallic Coachwork with Magnolia leather upholstery with freshly overhauled engine and is ready for the 2017 Show Season. See Data Page on left for more about this amazing car. This car will feature shortly in Classic Car Weekly  Magazine.

1936 Alvis Crested Eagle by Charlesworth Sold

A fully restored example with great attention to detail. Syncromesh gearbox. New leather interior to the highest Concours standard. Very attractive bodywork in Burgundy/black. Believed to be one of only four surviving examples worldwide. See Data Page for more.

1974 VW T2 Bay Camper Sold

Superb body restoration, recon engine, new interior. Ready for UK & Overseas touring, Holidays and all year round. Rock-n-Roll Double Bed. Swivel Island Table. Power Management System 12V and 240V Mains Hook up, Leisure Battery charger from mains and motor, 240v sockets and USB ports, SMEV s/s Sink & Grill combo, 2-way Fridge, LED Day/night Spotlights (white day, blue night) Curtain track with new check wool curtains. An appreciating asset. Historic road tax. See Data Page for more pics. NB Classic Cars taken in part-exchange. This Camper will shortly be featured in Classic Car Weekly Magazine.

1957 MG Magnette ZB Sports Saloon Sold

One of the best you will see, very eye-catching body with new 2-tone paint job, new chrome, new interior, thousands spent in last 4 years , car now ready for the 2017 Show Ring, Valuable Nr Plate SHO327 included. See Data Page for more. This MG will shortly be featured in Classic Car Weekly Magazine.

1959 MGA Fixed Head Coupe Race Car Sold

A very special MGA Fixed Head Coupe, lots of upgrades, 1800 MGB engine and gearbox, Weber carb, Grooved front discs, lightweight front wings and loads more. Ideal road or track day event car. Used by previous owner as long distance rally car. Has been to LeMans on numerous occasions. Motorway capable with sustained high speed. A superb example, gleaming fault-free bodywork and fully sorted ready for the rally season. This is a car to be used and enjoyed not a trailer queen! See Data Page for more. 

1961 Jaguar C-Type Special Sold

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A professional copy of the famous Le Mans winning Competition Sportscar by Proteus Cars Ltd. Built some 25 years ago hence of antique appearance with faded racing stickers and sun bleached upholstery, hard to tell from the real Macoy. Fitted  with newly rebuilt XK6 4.2 Jaguar engine with E-type triple SU’s manifold which provides exhilarating performance in a car so light with a suitable audible soundtrack to accompany, Laycock Overdrive, Opt passenger door. Ser4vo brakes, Would embellish any classic car collection. WARNING this car is not for the feint-hearted it is frighteningly fast!   This short film, made by Jaguar at the time, shows the C-Type making history at Le Mans.

1931 Alvis TL 12/60 Doctor’s Coupe Sold

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A very original Alvis motorcar with Drophead coachwork by Cross & Ellis, fitted with rear Dickey Seat. Substantially re-built by previous owner right down to the ash framework. Reconditioned engine, now starts on the button with good oil pressure. Rare opportunity to acquire a genuine pre-war Alvis fully sorted by marque expert. See Data Page for more.

1980 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith 2 £19,995

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Exceptionally low mileage example, last owner 25 years. Genuine 42,000 miles. Always kept in heated garage. Service History plus virtually every MOT and Tax disc from new. Unused Owner’s toolkit. An impeccable example.

1936 Singer 9 Le Mans Sports Coupe Sold

An ultra-rare car, one of only 2 known in the world. Was exhibited at the Classic Car Show at the NEC in 2015. Will enhance any Classic Collection. Bound to appreciate. See Data Page for details.

1935 Alvis Speed 20 SC Mayfair Saloon Sold

They don’t come any rarer than this superb Alvis which is believed to be the sole survivor of the 4 made made by this exclusive coachbuilder. Fully restored by Earley Engineering (Alvis Specialists) at enormous cost. A National Concours contender. See Data page for more.

MG Special Roadster SOLD

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Designed and built to a high standard by qualified Motor Engineer using only genuine MG components. (Not a kit car) Handbuilt prewar-style MG body with bags of character. 1800 MGB engine rebuilt to standard spec with electric overdrive. Vehicle constructed over 30 years ago but continually improved and with only 4,500 miles covered.  Unrepeatable! See Data Page for more gen.

1952 Bentley MkVI R-Type Sold

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This remarkable car has had only one family owner from new, a superb original and unmolested example with only 84,000 miles on the clock. Stunning to the eye and a huge joy to drive. See Data page for more pics.

1949 MG Y-Type Drophead Sold

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Restored to the highest possible concours standard. Total body-off last nut & bolt renovation by skilled marque expert. The car is as beautiful on the underside as it is on the top. Fully polished & detailed engine bay. We can honestly describe the whole vehicle as being indistinguishable from new. See Data Page (the pictures speak for themselves)

1946 Triumph Roadster TR1 Sold

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A superb example with gleaming coachwork in Ebony Black, unblemished brightwork. Nice leather interior with new carpets and superb woodwork. Upgraded 1,7 engine (Jaguar-badged but manufactured by Standard Triumph) Very keen price. See Data Page for more gen.

1938 Alvis 12/70 Sports Saloon by Mulliners Sold

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A rare car now fully sorted with freshly rebuilt engine (by Earley Engineering) and many other works – £14,000 spent. Recent professional body restoration, looks stunning. Superb pre-war driving experience. See Data Page for more gen on this lovely old motorcar.

1967 Rover 3 litre P5 Saloon Mk III Sold

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Virtually one owner from new, totally unmolested example, never restored having been been very well cared for all its life. Manual with Overdrive and PAS. See Data page for more on this amazing find.

1953 MG TD Mk2 (LHD) Sportscar Sold

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Spent all its life in sunnier climbs accross the pond. Truly remarkable example having had a detailed restoration. Unblemished bodywork, new interior, show-condition engine bay. Very collectable. For more info see Data Page.

1935 Jaguar SS1 Sports/Tourer Sold

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Virtually indistinguishable from when new following a 100 point restoration by retired engineer. Offers many of the thrills of the SS100 with the added bonus of two extra seats (and at a fraction of the price) See Data page for more ….

1951 Bentley MkVI 2+2 Sports Tourer Sold

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A magnificent special-bodied Bentley with hand formed alloy coachwork by Northern Coachbuilders based on a refabricated John Ambler chassis with freshly rebuilt engine. Enjoy 1930’s wind-in-the-hair Summer Motoring in this Great Gatsby style motorcar. See Data Page for more …

 1968 Jaguar 240 Mk2  (Manual/Overdrive) Sold

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Superb, bare-shell rebuild, looks like new. Very attractive Carnival Red with Ebony Black interior. Great attention to deal, fully sorted mechanically. See data Page for more pics and info.

1973 Rover 3 litre Coupe ‘Special’ Sold

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Completely rebuilt and upgraded with 3,9 Range Rover power unit and 4 sp ZF AUTO – Cost £30k! Striking body, staggering performance. A unique car, you won’t find another! See Data Page for more pictures and gen on this superb car.

1966 Jaguar 3,4 S-Type Saloon Sold

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Fully restored in the States to a high professional standard. Scarcely used since and barn-stored for 20 years. Now back in UK it looks amazing, like a new car. Auto with intermediate hold. Drives like a dream with textbook oil pressure. Ready for the Showring. See Data Page for more pics and details of this amazing find.

1928 Rolls Royce 20 Sold

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This magnificent Rolls Royce, originally built by Weyman of Addlestone, but upgraded and re-bodied in the thirties by Southern Coachbuilders, has had a most distinguished history and has now been restored at great expense to full museum standard.
The Restoration was carried out by Ristes Motor Company, over a period of 6 years from 1994 to 2000, a very well known Rolls Royce Specialist, and cost in excess of £250,000. See Data Page for more info & pics of this beautiful motorcar.

1949 Riley RMC Roadster 2.5 litre Sold

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A 100pt restoration, over £80,000 spent to bring this rare example to Concours level….. Need we say more? Now in stock. See Data Page for more images and full spec details.

1968 Daimler V8 250 Saloon Sold

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Recent Engine and Gearbox Rebuild. Good maintenance history. Power Steering. Exceptional example. See Data Page for more images and details of this car.

1968 Jaguar S-Type 3,4 Manual, Overdrive, PAS Sold

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Complete mechanical and body rebuild by Classic Restorations Scotland Ltd. Looks like a brand new car with complete new interior. Would cost over £70,000 to have another car restored to this level! See data page for more…

1938 Triumph 14/65 Dolomite Roadster Sold

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This distinctive and extremely rare Art Deco styled Triumph is straight out of the Great Gatsby era, with superb 1930’s streamlining.  Complete chassis up restoration. One of the finest cars ever to come our way. See Data Page.

1931 Wolseley Hornet Sports Special Sold

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A one-off Vintage Special, the result of 7 years painstaking work by Wolseley enthusiast.  New alloy body on rebuilt, matching numbers Hornet Saloon chassis. Reputed to have only covered 27,000 miles. This vehicle has been totally restored to the most exacting standard. Eligible for all VSCC events. See Data Page.

1959 Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite Historic Racecar Sold

sprite 9 Genuine Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite historic racer

1972 Triumph Spitfire (1500 spec) Sold        

Professional, detailed body-off-chassis restoration to Concours exhibition standard – with particularly stunning engine bay. Includes many desirable upgrades. See Data Page.

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Monoposto open-wheel tricycle racecar  Sold

Scratch-built ‘one-off’ single cockpit Speedster. Superb alloy/wood body by master panelbeater which took 6 years to finish. Very keen price. Very big fun! See Data Page.

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1936 Alvis SA  3 1/2 litre Sports Special Sold

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A Vintage Racecar with some VSCC Competition history, now rebodied as 2 seater. Fully balanced engine coupled to synchro gearbox. Shortened chassis.  See Data Page for full specification details and history and vidclip.

1954 Ford Zephyr Zodiac Mk1 Sold

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A 100-point showcar. As clean on the underside as it is on top. Highly detailed engine bay. Won ‘Best of Show’ at Sheffield Rally.  See Data page for more.

1959 MGA Roadster Sold

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This is the nearest thing you can get to buying a brand new MGA Roadster. Subject of a nut-and-bolt restoration by Classic Restorations, Scotland at a staggering cost! Rebuilt in all departments, Lined Mohair Hood, New Leather Upholstery. Only 85 miles covered. Will require Running In.

1936 Bugatti 59 by Teal Engineering  Sold

One of only 13 Toolroom copies of this famous Sports car by Teal Engineering. A beautifully built tribute to the wonderful Type 59 Grand Prix Racer of which just 6 originals were built. This car has been meticulously crafted and could easily be mistaken for the real MacCoy. Power comes from a Jaguar 4.2 Litre unit which provides exhilarating performance in a car so light with a suitable audible soundtrack to accompany. This is the Prototype car (Chassis #1) of a short series of 13 produced by Teal and as such had a show quality build level and is believed to be only car with the “Rivet perfect hand-built Aluminium body” See Data Page for more details and slideshow of images of this exclusive car.