Featured Car - Citroën DS21 semi-automatic (1972) - £21,850

Classic Citroen DS in metallic gold (roof as well – sable metallisé) with brown leather interior. The car is sound and solid, rises up and drives well. Clutchless, four-speed, semi-automatic gearbox with starter on the gearlever.

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Rolls Royce Corniche MPW Coupé (1971). 55k miles only - £35,350. P/Ex considered.

Superb example of the fabulous Corniche Coupé. Low mileage, full repaint, fantastic interior, personal plate included.

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Porsche 911 Targa 996 Tiptronic (2002) - £14,850 ono

The affordable 911! Lovely 2002(02 reg) model with low mileage (~82k) and good history. Grey with black leather.

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Aston Martin DB7 coupe auto (1995) - £23,850

The name of Aston Martin resonates throughout British automotive history and is one of the true legends. The DB7 is the famous Ian Callum design which effectively saved Aston Martin and put it where it is today. Own a part of the story!

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Austin 12 Windsor Saloon (1929) - SOLD

This stylish saloon is a totally original example of classic 1920’s icon. It has the larger 1861cc engine and better brakes of the later ones, has been mechanically refurbished and is comfortable to drive on modern roads. It recently won a Vintage Car award.

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Bentley R-type Sports Saloon (1953) - SOLD

This R-Type Manual is in good condition with a recorded mileage of only 34k which is corroborated by work receipts. We have had the body repaired and sprayed in rich Dark India Blue and four new tyres fitted. The chrome is good and the inside is not overly worn. It drives well and the servo-assisted brakes are excellent.

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Rolls Royce Shadow Mk 1 (1975) - SOLD

Shadow in very good condition and superb colour scheme of Willow Gold with Green Everflex Roof. Genuine 60k miles with FSH and much history. Ready to drive away and use.

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SS Jaguar 2.5 Sports Saloon (1937) - SOLD

An historically significant car designed by Sir William Lyons and the forerunner of the post-war Jaguar Saloons. A beautiful time-warp in its original Art Deco cream coachwork and pastel green wheels. Unspoilt and running well. Matching numbers, Chassis 13123, Engine 252850.

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Bentley Mark 6 Saloon (1948) - SOLD

A nice old early Mark Six with a presentable two-tone body, tidy inside with new carpets, rebuilt engine, electronic ignition, new tyres and good brakes. Unpretentious and drivable, it is priced to sell.

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Rolls Royce 20hp Doctor's Coupe (1923) - SOLD

This delightful and well-sorted ‘Twenty’ Coupe is in worn but excellent condition and a pleasure to drive even in modern traffic; a tribute to its makers of some 94 years ago. It has an interesting history having the original matching engine and front half of the original Park Ward body and with the back being variously a saloon and a pick-up before remaking with an early 20’s two-seater plus dickey body.

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Bentley R-type Sports Saloon - SOLD

A low-mileage R-type in Superb Condition and with the most beautiful colour combination of Midnight Blue, tan leather and beige carpets.

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Alvis TA 21 Saloon (1951) - SOLD

A low-mileage and pretty original TA which is a pleasure to drive. 2 Owners. Refurbished in the 80’s and hardly used.

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Jaguar Mark 9 (1959) - SOLD

This elegant Jaguar in two tone green has only covered 54k miles and is a pleasure to view and drive. It is very original even down to the fitted carpets and while not concours would certainly not disgrace itself in a classic car event. It has matching numbers and is good all round.

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Standard 10 (1934) - SOLD

This is an 82 year-old Oily-Rag time warp in good running condition. The car has been totally renovated mechanically but retains its original body paint, almost polished away in places, internal leather seats and a large working sunshine roof which slides back easily.

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VW Camper RHD (1978)+New MoT - SOLD

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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Rolls Royce Shadow Mk II (1978) - SOLD

This Shadow is in VGC with the unusual colour of black over peacock blue with blue leather. It has done only 71k miles and has a good maintenance history. Drives beautifully and is ready to use.

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Packard Club Sedan (1949) - SOLD

A rare and iconic Packard Sedan; one of the first models with the clean uncluttered streamlines popular in the late 1940’s. This car has the legendary Packard 8-in-line engine and has been sympathetically refurbished and mechanically rebuilt. It has an imposing presence and is easy to drive although being LHD.

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Chevrolet 2 Door Coupe (1929) - SOLD

This rare Chevrolet (darker than in Photos)has won two local awards and was the subject of a 6-page article in Classic American. It has one of the first 6 in-line Chevy engines which has just been rebuilt. It is in superb renovated condition. Running well and with new trafficators fitted, it now enables the safe driving of this 1920’s car under modern road conditions.

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Jaguar XK8 4.0 convertible auto (1998) - lovely rare white - SOLD

Low mileage example (approx 88k) and only two owners for this early model year in rare Spindrift white - not a common sight, surprisingly as it suits the shape. You'd be hard-pressed to see another one on the road.

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Peugeot 504 cabriolet by Pininfarina (1973) - £19,350 ovno

The 504 cabriolet is one of the most beautiful cars Peugeot ever produced, albeit they were designed and built by Pininfarina in Italy on the rugged 504 mechanicals. This is an early, RHD car with the four-cylinder, fuel injected 2.0 litre engine, not the later V6, but has the nicer, slanting triple rear lights.

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Mercedes 380 SE (1985) - £5,850

Beautiful light green with olive interior. Whisper quiet V8 engine. Always Garaged, only 49k miles, FSH, new MoT, no advisories. Large Sunroof, AC. Superb. £5850.

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Bentley Turbo R Sports Saloon (1985) 32k miles, FSH. - £19,850

This superb Bentley has only covered 32k miles with a full service history and has only two owners the first being Sheikh bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai.

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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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Sunbeam 25 Sports Coupe (1933) - SOLD

This powerful 3.3 litre coupe was top of the Sunbeam range in 1933. Its lavish interior and low-line style singles it out as one of the great sports- touring cars of the 1930’s. It is in good condition all round and ready to show or use.

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RR Silver Dawn (1954) - SOLD

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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Jaguar XK150 3.4 FHC, RHD (1957) - SOLD

This is one of the best available; in gleaming black with an unmarked deep red interior and matching numbers.

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Bristol 401 Aerodyne Coupe (1952) - SOLD

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.

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Alvis 4.3 Litre Charlesworth Saloon (1937) - SOLD

The Alvis 4.3 Charlesworth was one of the few 1930’s sports saloons truly capable of reaching ‘the ton’. They were rare even then (with only 70 made) and this one has aged gracefully over the last 77 years into a wonderfully mature icon of the period.

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Bristol 408 (1965) - SOLD

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This superb late 408 was rebuilt over many years and is ready to enjoy. It is the penultimate 408 of the 83 produced and has a full history.

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Bentley Speed Six Long Chassis Vanden Plas Tourer (1930) - SOLD

We offer this superb Vintage Bentley ( Chassis LR2791; Reg RX6180) in conjunction with Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars Ltd of London. It is in brand new condition and has had an exhaustive rebuild to the highest standards by some of the great names in Bentley restoration. The Bentley chassis and engine were entrusted to Marque specialists McKenzie Guppy with the completed product being testament to their work. The Coachwork is aluminum on an ash frame constructed to a modified ‘Vanden Plas’ design.

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Morris Minor Tourer (1932) - SOLD

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.

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Alvis TC 21/100 'Greylady' DHC. (1954) - SOLD

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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Jaguar S-type 3.4 Saloon (1966) - SOLD

This excellent Jaguar in the classic colour combination of Old English White with red leather has only covered 68k miles and drives superbly. It has had an interesting history abroad and although over 50 years old provides a reliable and comfortable car with an impressive performance.

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Ford Pilot V8 Police Car (1951) - SOLD

A number of Police Forces in the early 1950's used the Ford Pilot as their power and bulldog ruggedness gave them an edge on most saloons of the period. This one is very original and solid but could now do with some minor TLC.

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Historic Bristol 411 5.9 litre (1973) - SOLD

This is a historic car with Bristol themselves for three outstanding reasons:
• this particular car was the very first 411 Series 4;
• it was the actual car used for the famous Avon Safety Wheel blowout test (when it was driven by the late Tony Crook himself); and
• it was the prototype for the 603 when it was subsequently fitted with the later 5.9 litre engine (which it still retains).

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Jaguar XJC 4.2 coupé auto (1977) superb, low mileage - SOLD

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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Lanchester 11 (1937) - SOLD

Beautifully mature 80 year old Lanchester 11, just as it should be---running well with a few ancient dents and comfortably worn inside.
Best to drive as it is.

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Under Preparation - Bentley Mk VI (1948) - SOLD

Beautiful blue Bentley Mark VI with standard steel body in good running condition. Chassis B400DA with matching engine B200D. Inside woodwork and leather refurbished and bodywork repainted some 20 years ago. A superb post-war Bentley in excellent condition. Available shortly.

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