Featured Car - Jaguar XJC 4.2 coupé auto (1977) superb, low mileage - £19,850

First registered on 1 January 1977, this is a 1976 build example of the remarkably rare Jaguar XJ coupé. One of the most beautiful cars produced by Jaguar, certainly out of its full four-seater models, the XJC only lasted from 1975 to 1977 and was never available in the US.

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We collect and deal in classic cars mainly from the post-war era, such as Alvis, Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and Rolls Royce. We can acquire and sell good quality cars for clients and we welcome part-exchange of such vehicles for any of our existing collection.

Situated near Fenton Barns, East Lothian, not far from the A1 and close to Edinburgh for major rail and international air connections, A1 Classic Cars provides an ideal location to choose your next classic car. We can deliver within the UK and continental Europe.


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Rolls-Royce Sports 20/25 (1935) Offers around - £48,850

This is an outstanding Mulliner-bodied 20/25 with rare creased wings, twin mounted wheels, P100 lamps and totally original interior. It is in good condition throughout and has recently had a fortune spent on perfecting mechanical aspects.

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VW Camper RHD (1978) - £14,850

This RHD walk-through Devon conversion VW Camper is in very good condition and has had over £16000 spent on it since 2008 making it a strong, robust example that has proven reliability. It has been used for long distance touring over the past few years and has a superb engine and gearbox giving it a more solid feel when driving than is the case with some VW Transporters of this age.

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Superb MGA Mk II Coupe De Luxe 1622cc (1961) - £39,850 ovno

Every so often a car appears for which only the word superb will suffice. This is one of those cars. Rarest of the MGAs, a De Luxe coupe, restored in 2011 and still looking fantastic. Heritage certificate, chassis no. GHD 2/103957. Four owners. MG personalised registration.

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