Featured Car - Alvis TC 21/100 'Greylady' DHC. (1954) - £38,850

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.

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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.

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Bentley Continental R (1994) - £40,850

Fast and luxurious 2-door Bentley Sports car in the most desirable colour scheme of all; metallic dark green with tobacco hide interior. One of only 1504 made. Full service history, matching numbers, show condition, great investment.

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RR Silver Dawn (1954) - £46,850

This late series, automatic Silver Dawn is in superb original condition. It has been well maintained and is comfortably manageable to drive in modern traffic being one of the smallest Rolls ever made. The exterior is classically elegant and the interior is sumptuous. Its rarity with only 761 produced and very few automatics ensures an increasing value.

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BSA 10 Mulliner Saloon (1934) - Provisionally Sold

Delightful top-of-the-range BSA 10 with a Mulliner Body and superb auto pre-selector gear box. It is mechanically refurbished, has original documents, large sunroof, 4 new tyres and is ready to run, although over 80 years old.

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Ford Consul Mk 1 (1953) - £7,450 ovno

A beautiful surviving example of Ford’s first post-war design success. In traditional black with red seating and carpets, this saloon is bodily very sound, runs like a dream with some useful upgrades to allow it perform successfully in today’s conditions and is nicely patinated all round.

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Bentley S2 (1960) - £26,850

The luxurious Bentley S2 is best known as the first car to use Bentley’s new 6230cc V8 engine which remains in production to the present day. This car has only covered 72k miles and is in good condition all round. It was totally refurbished and upgraded with S3 wings and a new Webasto sliding roof some years ago and has matured a little since but still presents and drives well.

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