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  • RefCode: TA1173405
  • Make: LAND ROVER
  • Model: SERIES I
  • Derivative: 80
  • Category: 4x4
  • Year: 1,950
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This lights behind the grill Series One Land Rover is quite simply outstanding to drive, one of the very best we have come across. OSU 530 spent the 2019 Goodwood Revival Meeting being used and displayed on the Airfield prior to coming to us in North Yorkshire. This beautifully aged, older restoration was one of the first 400 vehicles brought into service on the 6th January 1950, registered to the Ministry of Defence and according to the history, it only served in the UK. It was out of service by the early 1960's and was barn stored throughout the 1970's and most of the 1980's prior to being fully rebuilt in 1988. The Land Rover comes with an impressive history file that contains some photos from the body off restoration that was completed in 1990 and the Series One stayed with its owner for 19 years, selling it in 2007. From 2007 the Landy was on the Wirral and covered in the region of 10,000 miles, never once letting its owner down. Considerable expenditure was put into the vehicle, a correctSolex carb was sourced and fitted, the distributor was changed, tyres replaced, a complete re-spray in Bronze Green was undertaken carefully protecting the army badges and rivets, a Fairey overdrive was sourced and fitted and this completely transforms cruising in the Land Rover. A new starter motor, flywheel, water pump, clutch plate, exhaust manifold and stainless steel exhaust were also fitted. There is no doubt this example was enjoyed to its full potential, the Landy featured in many rallies and events to include Llandovery (60th anniversary in the testing hills), 600 miles in one weekend without missing a beat, four days touring the Isle of Man and according to the paperwork, if not raining the Land Rover was almost in daily use. The most recent owner, a Land Rover collector and enthusiast with a current collection of Landy's in double figures has enjoyed OSU 530 just as much as the previous owner. This year alone it has attended Brooklands Museum British Marques Day and driven to GoodwoodRevival and its been used to regular driving. On the road this vehicle is truly exceptional, its strong lusty 1595cc engine performs perfectly, the gearbox is great to use and the overdrive hugely improves drivability and enables relaxed longer distance and higher speed cruising. This Series One is in excellent all-round mechanical order and presents beautifully with lovely older paintwork, a fabulous interior and tidy engine bay. OSU 530 looks and feels super honest, nicely aged with patina and from close inspections its very clear this is an exceptionally high quality example marketed at a sensible price. Price: 39,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1173404
  • Make: LANCIA
  • Model: APRILIA
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,938
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

We are delighted to own this fabulous Lancia Aprilia, a genuine UK London RHD supplied car that comes with an exceptional history. These very sought after cars are famous for being a Mille Miglia, Monte Carlo Rally, Spa 24 hours, Leige-Rome-Liege and Targa Abruzzo class winner. They were based around a lightweight, four door pillarless monocoque equipped with all round independent suspension, four wheel hydraulic brakes and powered by a narrow angle 1352cc V4 engine with four speed manual transmission. They were particularly advanced for this era and generation; handling was very impressive and with a top speed of 80mph this really was an exciting car of its day. Our London registered car still retains its original registration mark FLE 851 and comes with an impressive, comprehensive history file dating back to the 1960's. The cars continuation brown 'buff' logbook tells us the Lancia was in Woking in 1961, Hemel Hempstead in 1965, Earls Court Square, London in 1968 and by 1969 it was purchased bya Hampshire based owner who kept the car for almost 25 years. Correspondence in the history tells us the car required restoration work on initial purchase to include an engine rebuild, interior re-trim, re wire and bodywork. After 24 years of regular use, it was in need of work again when selling the car in the early 1990's. A photo record from 1993 shows the Aprilia in need of restoration and over three years the car was taken to a beautiful standard and was then ready for shows, events and long distance touring. Photos show the Lancia throughout the 1990's at various places to include the Bristol Lancia AGM on its first outing since completion in 1996 and touring France and Italy later in the year, photos of the car on the Monte Cenis pass and in Longotto,Turin. In 1997 the Lancia completed the Sliding Pillar rally, in May 1997 it featured at the Lancia Club rally in France and in September 1997 the car was present at Castle Combe and Hollyhouse Farm. In April 1998 the car was back in France onthe Celtic Rally Brittany and from previous MOT certificates we can see the Lancia covered approaching 5000 miles from rebuild completion in 1996 to the early 2000's. Between 2008 and 2010 in the region of 20,000 was spent on FLE 851 to include almost 15,000 with Omicron Classico, much of their work was carried out on the engine. The Lancia was also treated to a professional re-spray. The engine rebuild included the entire bottom end being re-white metalled, a new set of liners were machined, pistons were re-machined, the crankshaft was re-installed and the end float set and the engine completely rebuilt. The cylinder head overhauled and re-installed and a new clutch also fitted. Since this work the Lancia has covered just 1000 miles. The Aprilia has arrived with us in delightful condition, driving very well with a lovely strong engine holding very good oil pressure, delightful gearbox and as reported in its early days, it's a very advanced 1940's car that is truly fabulous to drive. Nine yearsafter its rep-paint the finish has nicely aged, it has a lovely deep finish, the bodywork has lovely straight panels, chrome work is bright and the interior is delightful. This is a very exciting car, it's a rare genuine RHD car with superb provenance and its condition is just perfect for what it did so well during the 1990's, for driving, long distance touring and shows/events. Price: 39,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1159897
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: D-TYPE
  • Derivative: DB7 ALFRED DUNHILL
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,998
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

The DB7 Dunhill Special Edition was unveiled in 1997 as a unique derivative produced for Alfred Dunhill, a leading fashion company specialising in men's luxury goods to include writing implements, lighters, time pieces and fragrances. This beautiful, low mileage example was supplied new on the 2nd October 1998 by Five Oaks Garage Ltd, Aston Martin Lagonda distributor for the Channel Islands. This rare special edition car is number 49 produced and is finished in the original Platinum Metallic 'Dunhill Silver' with Charcoal Conolly hide upholstery and is equipped with Design features from Dunhill to include White faced dials, Dunhill Millenium watch design alloy wheels, special edition door handles and gear lever/boot release surround and brushed aluminium interior panels replacing what was wood veneer as standard. This car is also the non-smoking version, where a humidor was replaced by an Alfred Dunhill grooming kit which is still with the car and fully equipped today. Whilst 150 of these specialedition's cars were planned, it is believed only 78 cars (Coupe and Volante) were actually built. The Aston Martin was registered in Jersey from 1998 to 2010 but was taken over to UK mainland for a service with Aston Martin agents in Chichester in November 1998 when a month old at 3280 and was serviced in April 1999 by the supplying dealer Five Oaks Ltd in Jersey at 8682 miles. Insurance discs for Jersey are with the car up to 2010 showing the car was registered on the island each year and in 2011 the DB7 was sold and brought over to mainland England at 43,000 miles. The DB7 was taken to Chiltern Aston Centre and was subject of 7,800 of work. This included a full service, fitting a new carbon canister breathing system, new lower wishbone bushes, new oil cooler and hoses, new hypoid unit pinion seal, new inlet manifold gasket, new heater water valve, new alarm siren, new air conditioning evaporator and expansion valve. The service was recorded in the service book at 43353 miles. In 2013 the Astonwas serviced with JCT600 Brooklands in Leeds at 45332 miles, invoice and service stamp present. In 2014 the Aston Martin DB7 sold to the most recent owner who has maintained the car exceptionally well and it has driven over to us from Leeds with a mileage of just over 57,000 from new. During his ownership the car has been treated to rebuilt brake calipers, new starter motor and immediately prior to arriving with us to be put on sale, the car has had new front shock absorbers, shocker top bushes, new boot latch, new steering arm and bolts, new bonnet cable, re-gased air-conditioning and a service at 57107 miles so the car is prepared and ready for its next owner. The Aston presents superbly with excellent paintwork, a superb straight bodyshell, lovely original low mileage upholstery and the power hood works perfectly well. The car is fabulous to drive with the six cylinder 3.2 engine and automatic gearbox performing faultlessly, brakes are sharp and pull up square, the steering smooth and direct andthe suspension feels excellent with no knocks or rattles. Having recently had 2,000 spent on mechanical preparation and a service, the DB7 is ready to be driven and enjoyed by its next owner. Price: 37,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1173412
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: MARK VI
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,949
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This beautifully presented Bentley MKVI Standard Saloon was supplied new on the 24th October 1949 by Jack Barclay Ltd, Hanover Square, London W1 to Eric Low Beer Esq of the Grade II Listed 1439 Medieval Norton Priory in West Sussex. The Bentley was supplied new in Duo Grey with Light Blue leather upholstery and Dark Blue carpets. After three years, the Bentley sold to a G.L Saunders Esq of Knowle Park in Warwickshire and by 1960 the Bentley was back in London W1, owned by Clayton Cars (London) Ltd in Bruton Place. The Bentley was then owned by Chancers Pit Garage in Worcestershire right through to 1977 when the car was sold to a Mr Watson in Gloucester. From 1980 the Bentley was with one owner for 19 years in Cheltenham, 9 years with a second Cheltenham based owner before selling to the most recent owner in Derbyshire back in 2008. 886 PBP was subject of a bare metal, extensive restoration with its most recent Cheltenham based owner but sadly due to ill health the program of work was curtailed. TheBentley was sold in 2008 and the most recent owner commissioned the completion of the major restoration. Having had an exceptional re-paint, the car was treated to re-chromed brightwork (Derby Plating), careful attention was given to the original seat bases and new draught excluders, a new headlining, door cards, carpets and boot carpet were all fitted to ensure a high quality, luxurious finish to the inside of the car. Mechanical work included rebuilding the carburettors, brake servo, replacing gearbox mountings, leather spring gaiters, anti-roll bars, shock absorbers, spring shackles, rear axle mounts, steering column gaiter, fuel pump, ignition system and various new engine gaskets. Door locks were replaced, pedal rubbers replaced, the sunroof mechanism overhauled, new Michelin tyres and a new windscreen fitted, and the MKVI Bentley was also treated to a new clutch, new master cylinder, new exhaust sections and exhaust manifold nuts and gaskets and various switches, knobs and seals replaced.This Bentley MKVI has clearly had very little use since completion of its long-term restoration and it really does present in exceptional condition. The Standard Steel body is outstanding with excellent straight panels, the underneath has been superbly restored and having a first class, gleaming paint finish with the exceptional brightwork, the car is ready for shows and events. The interior has been beautifully restored whilst still retaining much of its original leather that tells us this has never been a 'basket case' or badly stored and deteriorated car. The leather work has a lovely patina and feel to it and with beautiful woodwork, carpets, working sunroof and headlining the Bentley does offer that luxurious, high quality finish that is expected of this wonderful marque. The boot compartment is superbly presented and the engine bay execptional benefitting from some serious attention to detail. 886 PBP does not disappoint on the road with a strong 4257cc engine holding very good oil pressureoffering impressive performance. The manual gearbox changes up and down smoothly with no signs of major wear, another clear indication this car has led a sheltered life. With its rebuilt suspension and braking system the Bentley is a true delight on the road and offers a very special driving experience. The MKVI was known for its refined, responsive drive and this example demonstrates why these cars were and are now still highly sought for their wonderful driving experience. This model was capable of 100mph and whilst we would not attempt anything near this, this very sharp, fit and healthy MKVI certainly feels like it wants to be driven and feels very comfortable underload with excellent power and acceleration delivery. The independent front suspension and leaf-sprung 'live' rear axle really contribute to making this such an incredibly superb car to drive and we are confident it will not disappoint. 886 PBP is a car to summer tour with, it would be ideal for long distance, for taking on theContinent with its impressive performance, high quality ride and with its working sunroof it will make summer rallies and tours even more pleasurable. The Bentley comes with thousands of pounds worth of invoices for the recent expenditure, RREC copy build sheets and continuation logbook copy, tool kit and retains its original chassis and engine confirming this is a matching numbers car. Price: 39,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1173426
  • Make: MGB
  • Model: GT
  • Derivative: V8
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,973
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This MGB was the first production MGB GT V8 to be commissioned (the step before a car was Mounted on the Assembly line) and it is confirmed in terms of chassis number, it was the first car number of the production of MGB GT V8s. Further to this interesting early MGB GT V8 history, our car still retains its original colour of Damask Red, original trim colour of Blue, original V8 engine and factory options of alloy wheels, overdrive and inertia reel belts are all still with the car. This incredibly early MG V8 was supplied new by Hartwells Garages Limited, Oxford and registered new YBW 50M in Oxfordshire. This special MGB V8 spent its first year in Oxford and in 1974 made its way down to Devon where it spent most of its life. The car was discovered in 2007 having been barn stored for many years and found in completely original specification but requiring major work with a recorded mileage of 85,000. Over three years YBW 50M was completely rebuilt with Classics Monthly magazine covering the full restoration story. The body required significant restoration and new panels included sills and castle rails. The body was turned on its side, and the outer shell completely rebuilt as required and completely re-painted to an exceptionally high standard in the correct original colour of Damask Red. The engine was found to be seized and on strip down it was surprisingly found to be in pretty good, original condition. The engine was treated to higher compression pistons and new main and big end bearings. On completion of the V8 rebuild, the engine was re-fitted to the nicely prepared engine bay along withvarious new or re-conditioned ancillaries. The brakes, suspension, steering, cooling and fuel systems were overhauled as required, the interior completely re-trimmed in its correct colour and renewed brightwork, excellent original V8 alloys and new tyres finished off the restoration to a very high standard. According to the history file over £33,000 was spent on carrying out the restoration and a photographic record is also present. Having spent 42 years in Devon, almost three years ago YBW 50M came to us from one of our regular, long term customers in Crediton, Devon who further enhanced the car with a brand new stainless steel exhaust system, new electronic fuel pump and various other detailed items. The MG sold immediately on arrival and then spent two years with a long term customer in Derby who changed the GT for a Roadster. Last year, we then sold the V8 for the second time, this time staying local with another long term customer, this one on the outskirts of York who has covered around 1000 faultless miles in the car. The MG is now making way for a collection of British Motorbikes. Since completion of the rebuild the car has covered 5000 miles and is offered onto the market in excellent condition. The bodywork is superb, the underneath body colour and structurally exceptional, chrome work is first class, as are the V8 wheels and the engine bay is very well presented. Having been professionally re-trimmed the upholsteryis first class and the car presents as a sharp, correct, stunning example that is ready to drive and be enjoyed. On the road YBW 50M is everything you would hope for from an MG V8. Its powerful and super quick, the four speed gearbox is slick and the overdrive comes in and out smoothly, the handling and responsive braking are impressive and with a superb exhaust note and V8 burble this is a car you can drive and listen too with absolute pleasure. There is no doubt this is a very special car not only in terms of condition but provenance, original specification and of course being the first commissioned factory MGB GT V8. Price: £39,995

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