The last of the 1930's style fast tourers, this one could reach 100 mph. It is correctly adorned with bonnet scoops, wire wheels and acres of wood and leather inside. It is in excellent condition all round with an MoT to March 2017.
We collect and deal in classic cars from the post-war era including, but not limited to, Alvis, Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and Morgan. We can acquire good quality cars for clients and we welcome part-exchange of such vehicles for any of our existing collection.
Situated in Fenton Barns, East Lothian, near the A1 and close to Edinburgh for major rail and international air connections, A1 Classic Cars provides an ideal location to buy your classic car and drive easily to anywhere within the UK and continental Europe.
The Bristol 401 was the first 4-seater coupe produced by the Company and one of the most outstanding cars of the immediate post-war period. This car was renovated to show condition in the 1990's and is still in good shape. It has featured in magazines and in the Heartbeat TV series. Between 1949 and 1953 only 611 were produced and they have always been highly prized by collectors.
This lovely Morris Minor Tourer was first registered on 12th October 1932 and allocated with the registration mark MJ 1143. We do not have any early history with the car but we do have detailed information on all restoration and refurbishment work since 1999. The Morris is in very good, usable condition.
AUSTIN HEALEY Chassis number AN543396 - This example has been the subject of a sympathetic refurbishment during 2005 with a re-spray in Brooklands Green and renewed interior.