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These cars are in process of being cleaned and prepared for retail sale. Please let us know if you require more information or if you would like to be notified when they are available to view. (page updated  20/3/2019)

1955 Ford Consul Mk1 Saloon


An exceptional rust-free example in Lichfield Green with matching interior. Lots of works done including complete engine rebuild costing £1700. In our paintshop for complete respray to show standard. These cars are a rare sight these days and prices are still yet to boom like their sister car the Zephyr. This one will be next!!

1961 Jaguar Mk2 3,4 Saloon Manual/Overdrive/PAS

This car has had much money spent on it over the past 20 years by previous owners. Retrimmed interior, rebuilt engine and gearbox (overdrive), power steering, brake overhaul, alternator, new wire wheels etc. Ready in 4 weeks

1964 Daimler V8 250 Saloon AUTO/PAS

A nice low mileage example (74,354 total mileage) with only four private owners from new. Huge documented maintenance history including virtually every MOT certificate. The history file also contains original Sales Brochure and Supplying Dealer Invoice and 2 Daimler Passport to Service Books. Optional extras include PAS, Reclining front seats and Power Lock Differential. Recent engine overhaul. Should be available in about 4 weeks.

1948 Alvis TA14 3-position Drophead Coupe by Carbodies.

A well-cherished example, in Black over Regency Red. Superb vintage DHC with new hood, new hide interior. One of the best value Alvis Dropheads available, your ticket to the prestigous Alvis Owner’s Club who know this car well.

1968 Jaguar Mk2 340 Project

We are currently re-building this Mk2. Some £25,000 has already been spent to date to ensure it is finished in original condition. It will be completed in about 8 weeks. Brief spec = Carmen Red with Red interior. RHD, Manual with Overdrive. PAS can be fitted if required. Let us know if you would like us to notify you when its fully restored. 

Check out this superb promotional film “One Leap Ahead” about a 1961 tour of the Jaguar Factory ….