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  • RefCode: TA1162980
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: CORNICHE
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,982
  • Mileage (Miles): 74,000
  • Mileage (KM): 119,091
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

1982 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible. Westminster Blue with Biscuit hide and a navy hood. Supplied new by Jack Barclay Ltd in September 1982. This Rolls has been part of a private collection since 1995 and has only covered 76,000 miles from new. The Biscuit Leather, veneered dashboard, and Everflex' vinyl soft top remain in super order. The history file contains the original leather-bound owner's handbook, complete with manuals, warranties, service booklet, some invoices and old MOT certificates. The previous owner purchased the car after being restored and it has had limited use since. The electrics and mechanics work smoothly and flawlessly to give that ultimate Rolls-Royce feeling. It performs effortlessly on the road and even in traffic, the gearbox shifts smoothly and both the brakes and suspension are in fine working order. Supplied with full service history, this lovely, low-mileage Corniche is ready to be enjoyed. A fresh MOT will be applied upon sale. Absolutely any inspection is welcome.Please call for further information. Delivery can be arranged.

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  • RefCode: TA1171576
  • Make: EVANTA
  • Model: DBR1
  • Derivative: Evocation
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,013
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Built in 2013 by the Evanta Motor Company, owned at the time by Ant Anstead from 'Wheeler Dealers'Superbly finished in Aston Martin Racing Green and the correct 'duck egg' colour for the frame.Jaguar 4.2 high compression engine.(14K), 203.4bhp and 291lbs ft.Getrag 5-speed gearbox De-Dion rear suspension, coil over front wishbones, disc brakes all round, 4-pot Girling front calipers A very special motorcar with interesting provenance offering exclusive and 'seriously cool' motoring.Designed and built by Aston Martin in the late 1950s, the DBR1 and DBR2 were legendary sports racing cars built primarily for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and other high profile sports car races of the period in both Europe and the USA. They were particularly successful in the hands of both Innes Ireland, who won the Daily Express Trophy at Silverstone, and Sir Stirling Moss who finished second at Spa but went on to win both the British Empire Trophy at Oulton Park and the Sussex Trophy at Goodwood. Across the Atlantic, thecar won at Lime Rock and Marlborough in the hands of George Constantine, before Carol Shelby and Roy Salvadori sealed the car's legendary status by winning Le Mans outright in 1959. They were regarded as stunning looking and highly evocative of the era and today no-one truly knows the value of an original DBR1 or DBR2. In 2012, DBR1/2 'XSK 497'was reputedly sold for 20 million and it is likely today that they are amongst the world's most valuable racing cars.So this particular car, which was built in 2013 by the highly respected Evanta Motor Company, owned at the time by car designer and presenter of 'Wheeler Dealers', Ant Anstead, is an exciting and rare opportunity. The original owner of this car took over 150 photographs of the real car and considered 15 different Pantones before selecting the closest colour to Aston Martin Racing Green and the correct 'duck egg' colour for the frame. The car is fitted with de-Dion rear suspension and coil over front wishbones, along with disc brakes all round,4-pot Girling front calipers and 2-pot rears. The 16' wire wheels are shod with reproduction period Michelin tyres and the car is now powered by a Jaguar 4.2 high compression engine. The gearbox is a Getrag 5-speed which now has to handle 203.4BHP and 291lbs ft of torque, according to the dyno sheet in the car's history file.Silverstone Auctions sold this car in May 2014 to a known enthusiast and collector who enjoyed it immensely, but wanted a better power plant than the original second hand 3.8 and so bought a special new 4.2 high-compression engine which was built, fitted and set-up at a cost in excess of 14,000. In February 2016 we were privileged enough to sell this car again to the current owner, who is a high profile celebrity petrol-head. Under his dutiful ownership, he has commissioned some recent expenditure to keep the car to his exacting standards. The rev counter was replaced along with the steering wheel quick release boss, sealing washers on rear oil pipe feed, cam cover gaskets, andthe exhaust manifold gaskets. Furthermore, the throttle pedal was re-engineered and new throttle cables fitted at the same time. The ignition timing was checked and finally, the carburettors were balanced and reset. This is a very special motorcar with unique provenance and offers exclusive and 'seriously cool' summer motoring.

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  • RefCode: TA1174446
  • Make: FORD
  • Model: ESCORT
  • Derivative: Twin Cam
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Twin Cam rally car built in 1970/71 and first registered in 1972 May have been a Ford Motorsport development/test car but never used by the factory Significant items in the specification, engine, suspension, seats, rollover hoop, dashboard and instruments appear to have authentic 'works' history Rallied privately during the 1970s but off the road since 1984 Superb bare shell restoration in 2012 by Kerry Sealey, theRegistrar of the Mk1 RS Owners Club Fitted with a works-style Siamese 1,800cc block Twin Cam, converted to 'big wing' wet sump. Steel crankshaft, steel con rods, forged pistons, lightweight flywheel, steel cam followers, cam sprockets. Twin 45DCOEs Brand new Quaife-supplied 2000E box. Long first, straight-cut gears and a competition paddle clutchThe Twin Cam owed much of its ancestry to the Mk1 and Mk2 Lotus Cortinas sharing many mechanical components and, although its creation appears a logical step, the road to full production was quite tortuous.Near the end of 1966, some very early,hand-built standard Escorts were being track tested at Boreham when they were spotted by Henry Taylor (Ford's Competitions Manager) and his Chief Mechanic Bill Meade who, apparently concluded that the light and nimble Escort, if fitted with a Twin Cam, could well turn out to be a winning rally car. What happened next was essentially a race against time and Ford's higher authority. Henry Taylor knew he wanted a car that was faster and lighter than the Lotus Cortina but that it would be a nightmare to follow all the company procedures to introduce a performance Escort in the timeframe they had available. So in early 1967, after some hasty planning, Taylor and Ford's Public Relations Officer, Walter Hayes managed to convince the Board of Directors that their concept would work and they, reluctantly, agreed that a few prototypes could be built.All the tooling for production of the new Escort had already been frozen and there was no time to develop any more, so a standard production Escort shell was allthe Twin Cam developers could use. This led to a number of problems not least of which was getting the engine to fit in the first place. The wide Lotus DOHC cylinder head with its twin side-draught Weber carburettors fouled the offside inner wing, so offset engine mountings were used to push the nose of the engine towards the nearside of the car. The rear carburettor also fouled the brake master cylinder, so this was relocated inside the front bulkhead along with the clutch master cylinder. There was also insufficient space to locate both the battery and the brake servo in the engine bay so the battery was relegated to the nearside of the boot well (as per the Mk1 Lotus Cortina) andthe remote brake servo was then mounted where any standard Escort's battery would be. Moving the battery to the boot meant that the spare wheel was bolted flat to the boot floor instead of being housed in the standard Escort's upright position. The '2000E' gearbox and its bell housing (borrowed from the Ford Corsair)were made to fit by literally adjusting the transmission tunnel with a few hefty blows from a lump hammer and the rear axle from the Lotus Cortina was transplanted completely including the latter's radius arms to allow positive axle location. In short, by the end of a very busy weekend, the mechanics at Boreham had solved all the major problems. Now their manager had to work on Ford's production staff to convince them to build the Twin Cam alongside Halewood's main Escort production line.The authorities at Halewood eventually agreed to produce Twin Cam bodyshells (known as Type 49) at their factory and essentially the Type 49 shell was a strengthened and slightly modified Escort GT (Type 4) shell. At a strategic point on the production line, the modified Type 49 shells were whisked off to a side workshop where dedicated staff turned them into Twin Cams. The all-important Lotus engines were shipped in from the Lotus plant at Hethel in Norfolk.To ensure that the Twin Cam was available to 'Works' andother works-supported rally teams as soon as possible, the first 25 models were assembled at Boreham in early 1968. Mainstream production then transferred to Halewood during Spring 1968, with the car's official launch price being 1,162.78. The Twin Cam's specification only altered in detail during its short lifetime and, apart from a headlamp change, only minor revisions took place to the interior trim, although a potential owner could specify competitions-developed items at extra cost. Approximately 883 cars were built in total but no Escort Twin Cam was ever built at AVO. Production of the Escort Twin Cam ceased in June 1971 as, by this time, Ford was already producing an exciting new Escort, the 16-valve Cosworth BDA-powered RS1600.This fabulous Twin Cam dates from 1970/71 but sadly its early history, in common with many motorsport Fords, is unknown as all records from the period have been destroyed. Our vendor was informed that it was built at Boreham from a Type 49 shell and it may have beenassembled from an old development/ test shell but it certainly wasnt a team car. However, none of that really matters as the car on offer here is undoubtedly one of the smartest, straightest and best built Twin Cams that we have ever seen. What we do know is that it was first registered as LPE 2K in Surrey in 1972, was presumably used in club rallying for a few years and was certainly off the road from 1984 until 2011/12. At this point, the car was entrusted to Kerry Sealey, RS guru and Registrar of the Mk1 RS Owners Club, to carry out a total restoration before he sold it, in 2013, to our vendor who description of the restoration follows; The front wings and front panel were the only panels replaced, and the panels are genuine Ford parts. The shell had a full bare metal respray. All components on the body shell are either new old stock or re-plated originals. The new old stock parts include front headlights, front indicators, front bumpers, bonnet pins, washer bottle, wing mirror, rear lights,rear reversing light, rear bumper, interior mirror, wiper blades and arms. The front suspension, brake discs, rear leaf springs, callipers are fully rebuilt, the front struts and rear shocks are Bilstein. The rear shocks are in turrets. The rear axle is fully rebuilt and has a brand new 4.1 diff. The gearbox is a brand new Quaife supplied 2000E box with a long first and straight cut gears.The engine is a Works Siamese 1,800cc block Twin Cam, converted to 'big-wing' wet sump with a steel crankshaft, steel con-rods, forged pistons, lightweight flywheel, competition paddle clutch, steel cam-followers, valve spring caps, cam sprockets and 45 DCOE carburettors. The works front seats have been fully rebuilt, the car has a period single roll-over hoop, it has its original metal Avanti map light and the dash is a Boreham-built split dash complete with Halda and stopwatches, and all the original stickered switches on the console.The only thing I added to the car was a full bespoke Simpson two-box exhaustsystem built especially for it, and modern Minilite copies, although the original steel Lotus wheels are available as well.The engine builder was Terry Dolphin, one of the best guys in the country, and one of the men who worked on Roger Clarks cars. After buying the car I sent it back to Terry for a full spanner check which included adjustments to the brakes, clutch, distributor, thermostat, steering, boot and door locks, and tracking.Finished in vibrant Sebring Red with aperiod-correct, black vinylinterior, this stunning Escort is a testament to its exacting restorationby a man who really understands these cars. The exterior look is enhanced by a quartet of 1970s Cibie Oscar spot lamps with dove grey shells, aLucas spot/reversing light, bonnet pins and rubber boot straps, and everything else you would expect to find on a 1972 Twin Cam Rally Car. Freshly MOT'd with an indicated mileage of 47,439, this is an excellent example of one of the most evocativerally cars of a generation and we welcome anyinspection.

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  • RefCode: DIY1164957
  • Make: DAIMLER
  • Model: DART
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,962
  • Mileage (Miles): 21,533
  • Mileage (KM): 34,654
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Professional full body off restoration, rack & pinion steering upgrade, complete re-upholstery, full re-chrome, stunning example, full photographic record.

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  • RefCode: TA1174445
  • Make: CHEVROLET
  • Model: CORVETTE
  • Derivative: Sting Ray
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,963
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

UK-supplied, left-hand drive, second-generation CorvetteSting Ray with 69,083milesBuilt in St Louis in early 1963 fitted with a 327ci, OHV V-8, manual gearbox, LSD, andfactoryHardtopRegistered as 7EXV on 28/03/1963 to Harry Rodger Webb (Cliff Richard) in Winchmore Hill, LondonBoth the Buff and Green Logbooks remain with the car and the early one has been signed by Cliff (H R Webb) twicePurchased by our vendor in 2012 from Claremont Corvette after they had fully refurbished the carThat work included a respray in Sterling Silver, new soft top, carpets, leather seats, clutch, flywheel andtyresGreat history file with Logbooks, old MOTs, original stickers,radio manual, V5c and lots of invoicesA lovely example of 'America's Sports Car' with fabulous celebrity provenanceNow in its seventh generation, the Corvette began life in 1953 with the C1 - a model that inspired a generation of young Americans and gave the Ford Empire a nine-year headache. However, it was the C2, the immortal Sting Ray producedbetween 1963 and 1967, that really set Chevrolet's cash registers ringing and left us with the most desired and collectable Corvette to date. Designed by Larry Shinoda under the guidance of the legendary Bill Mitchell, influences on the Sting Ray's unique and unforgettable form are said to include: the E-type Jaguar, a Mako Shark once caught by Mitchell, the 'Q Corvette' concept car of 1957 and the 'Mitchell Sting Ray' design exercise. By the autumn of 1959, elements of the two unique Corvettes had been blended into XP-720 - the design programme that led to the production of the Sting Ray as we know it.According to its Chassis Number, this lovely left-hand drive, Corvette convertible emerged from Chevrolets St Louis plant in early 1963 fitted with a 327ci, OHV V-8, a four-speed manual gearbox ($188), Positraction rear axle (LSD) $43.05, finished in Silver Blue (912) with a Black Vinyl interior and supplied with an optional Hardtop in body colour ($236). It was immediately shipped to the UK byBritish and Colonial Motors of St. Martins Lane in London prior to being registered as 7 EXV on 28/03/1963 to a Mr Harry Rodger Webb, perhaps better known as Sir Cliff Richard OBE. Both the Buff and Green Log Books remain with the car and the early one has been signed by Cliff (H R Webb) twice, initially when he lived at Winchmore Hill and subsequently when he moved to Upper Nazeing in Essex. Naturally, such a flamboyant motor car has worndifferent number plates with later owners includingAHK 514A, 5 SOO, 959 NOJ and currently 55AFR since 1974.Our vendor purchased the car in early November 2012 from Claremont Corvette - The Original Corvette Specialists for 47,995 and there is a Bill of Sale in the owner's file. There is a further invoice in the file, dated 21/10/12 from Claremont indicating that the Corvette had been substantially refreshed prior to our vendor becoming the cars proud owner. That work included a full respray in Sebring Silver by MechSpray with the hardtop painted to match, a newblack convertible top, new period-correct carpets, the worn vinyl seat covers replaced with leather, four new black-wall radial tyres fitted and balanced on repainted wheels, hubcaps re-polished with new spinners, a new clutch and flywheel, the engine compartment valeted, the original air cleaner re-chromed, new electric window switches, gear knob and doorknob and finally, a full pre-sale service.Since purchasing this very special Chevrolet around seven years ago, Claremont Corvette have been tasked with sundry items of maintenance and enhancement and there are a couple of invoices in the file (23/07/2013 for 2,507.82 and 14/10/2014 for 2,528.72) in return for their care and attention.As you can see from the photographs, 55 AFR presents really well in its new coat of Sebring Silver and remains in lovely fresh condition having been lightly used over the last seven years. The black interior is lightly patinated appearing essentially original apart from the recovered seats and you cant help wonder howmany legends of sixties rock and pop have travelled in these seats and fiddled with the original Delco radio during Cliffs ownership. In addition to the early logbooks, the car is accompanied by a number of older MOTs the oldest of which dates from 1969, Bills of Sale, the refurbishment and maintenance invoices from Claremont, a considerable number of older invoices, and some original stickers and decals.This is an attractive and well-maintained exampleof Americas Sports Car from a great year, and with only 69,000 miles and in this lovely condition, is very sensibly guided,however,we cant help feeling that a lot of people will be interested in it simply because it was owned and regularly drivenbythe most successful British chart act of all time.Over a career spanning 60 years, Sir Cliff Richard OBE has amassed many Gold and Platinum discs and awards, including two Ivor Novello Awards and three Brits. Over 130 of his singles, albums and EPs have reached the UK Top 20, more than any other artist. Hehas had 67 UK top-ten singles, the second-highest total for any artist behind Elvis. He also holds the record (with Elvis) as the only act to make the UK singles charts in all of its first six decades (the 1950s2000s), has achieved 14 UK number-one singles and is the only singer to have had a number-one single in the UK in five consecutive decades. He remains a popular performer, another of those curiously British institutions, and in 1995 he was knighted by Her Majesty the Queen for his charity work.David Steen (much-respected freelance photographer of film stars, actors, criminals, politicians and Prime Ministers in the 1960s and whose evocative images of Cliff and the Corvette appeared in the Press at the time) recalls: During his series of one-nighters, Cliff drove himself from town to town, gig to gig, in his left-hand-drive Corvette Sting Ray. He was a good driver and loved cars. At that time he also had a Cadillac Fleetwood limousine. I spent three days on the road with him.The fact thatmost ardent Cliff Richard fans will almost certainly be sporting a fine crop of silver hair is not really relevant as, for many of them, the Corvette and Cliff will be the key to opening a box full of wonderful memories. Take your mind back to the Spring of 1963. You are seventeen, on a Spring Break from college and half a dozen of you are squeezed into an old VW Microbus rattling down the A303 on the way to Dawlish or Woolacombe or Saunton Sands to watch the surfing, enjoybonfires on the beach, fall in love and generally relish the freedom of being a hundred miles away from your parents. The transistor radio, wedged in a corner of the dashboard, is only ever switched off for a battery change and, as the charts at the time were topped by Cliff or the Shadows or Jet Harris and Tony Meehan, then that music inevitably became the soundtrack for those magical few weeks of self-discovery. A trip to the local cinema to see Cliffs latest film Summer Holiday about a gang of teenage friends and a big red busand featuring a number of hit songs including Summer Holiday, The Next Time and Bachelor Boy only serves to enhance that adolescent, were going to live forever, sense of teenage identity.Lets move forward to Spring 2020 and you are considering making that trip again, just for the sake of it, a bit of nostalgia, play some Cliff and the Shadows on the MP4 and maybe take in the digitally-remastered Summer Holiday shown at the Regal in a small Dorset town as part of their Sixties Night programme. What a great idea. Now, imagine that you could make that trip behind the wheel of Cliffs own Corvette, a car in which he probably composed some of his greatest hits and almost certainly sang them to himself on the way to a gig. Wouldnt that be special, an experience you simply cant buy.Well, actually, you can.

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  • RefCode: TA1174451
  • Make: VOLKSWAGEN
  • Model: XL1
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,015
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Made from carbon fibre reinforced polymer and weighs just 795kgTwo-seat, limited production. 800cc diesel-powered, plug-in hybridSuper-aerodynamic. Only needs 8bhp to achieve a steady 62mph and 313mpgOne of only 200 built worldwide, one owner, less than 80 miles from newLeft-hand drive. Finished in Oryx White Pearl with black cloth and red-centre Alcantara interiorRevealed at the Qatar Motor Show in 2011, the VW XL1 not only looks amazingly futuristic but also features a whole raft of pioneering construction and drivetrain technology. Power comes from a meagre 800ccTDitwo-cylinder,common-rail diesel engine which develops just 48bhp. It's linked to an electric motor producing a further 27bhp, resulting in a far more respectable 75bhp when working together. Bearing in mind the kerb weight is just 795kg, that's adequate to scoot it along quite nicely,we presume,as youclick your waythrough the 7-speed DSG gearbox.It willhappilyrun on the electric motoralonewith zero emissionsand,inthis mode,has a rangeof 50km (31 miles) which should be more than enough to get you to your local supermarket for the weekly shop.The XL1's suitably streamlined body is equally innovative. It's made from Volkswagen's patented carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) which is constructed using a process called resin transfer moulding (RTM). Elsewhere, magnesium wheels, ceramic brake discs and the use of aluminium for the dampers, steering and brake callipers help shave off that all-important weight. In fact, just 23.2% of the car is made out of either steel or iron. Meanwhile, friction optimised wheel bearings and driveshafts, as well as special low-rolling-resistance Michelin tyres, contribute to the low energy consumption and this technologically advanced masterpiece became a realityat VW's Osnabrck factory.Fundamentally, the XL1 is a two-seater with gullwing doors and shrouded rear wheels being the key design features helping to keep the drag coefficient to a minimum. That's not to mention the natty use of smallcameras (e-mirrors) instead of traditional wing mirrors to tell the driver what's going on outside. Remember Audi being boastful of its ground-breaking 100 model's 0.30 drag coefficient back in the early 1980s? Well, the VW XL1 virtually halves that with its figure of 0.186, making it the world's most aerodynamic road-going production car to date.Having covered just 79 miles, the example we have on offer is,you could say,in as new condition,and has beenserviced annually regardless of mileage. The Oryx White Pearl paintwork is flawless as are the red-centred, blackAlcantara seats and ceramic black interior finishes. Single ownership from new,and the car will beofferedwith aCrystal laser-cut 3Dmodel, production artwork, all books, manuals, charging station and a fitted car cover. A super addition to any car collection oryou canenjoy turning heads whilstachieving 300+MPG on the commute to work.

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  • RefCode: TA1175378
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Derivative: Series 3 FHC Manual
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

The final incarnation of the iconic E-Type with subtle upgrades for modern drivingPreviously owned since 2009, four previous keepers and just 42,000 miles on the odometerRestored during previousownership in 2012 with a bare metal respray in itsoriginal colourUpgrades include a new 5-speed manual box (original retained), performance brakes,Kenlowe fansRecent works include attention to the water pump, steering rack andcarburettorsat a cost of some 7,000.The Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms matching numbers and colours.From 1961, the E-Type evolved and improved with every iteration from the original Series 1Coups and Roadsters, through the Series 2cars of the late 1960s, until finally, the 5.3-litre V12 Series 3arrived in 1971 but wasonlyavailable as a convertible or a '2+2'. The Series 3was built on a slightly longer wheelbase with appropriate chassis modifications and larger, more effective brakes in the hope of coping with the turbine smooth, 272bhp delivered by the V12. The grille was enlargedand the beautiful lines were enhanced with flared wheel arches. It now had the ride quality that could match any of its GT rivals, and with power steering and the, newly optional air-conditioning, it possessed the civility and approachability that would make it attractive to a slightly more reticent customer base.First delivered to a Mr F. Hicks of Headington, Oxford on the 6th May 1971, this delightful Series 3was supplied by Eyles & Coxeter of Oxford in Regency Red with a Beige leather interior, the combination it wears today. Bought by our previous vendor, the cars fourth owner, on the 15th September 2009, the Jaguar was to benefit from a sympathetic restoration conducted by Yorkshire Restorations of Baildon. This included a bare metal respray in the factory issued Regency Red, re-chroming, new flywheel, and a full engine rebuild including honing the cylinders. A new five-speed manual gearbox was crafted from a single ingot of aluminium and the ratios were matched to the rear differential, theoriginal gearbox is included in the sale. This work was done by Uryk Dmyterko of E-Type Fabs as was the fitting of performance front brakes. The interior was kept original and the engine bay is a testament to the quality of the work carried out by Yorkshire Restorations. Further upgrades to assist modern driving included the fitting of twin Kenlowe fans and sundry other works.The history file includes a sheaf of receipts and invoices for the work, and the Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms the matching numbers. The original parts, replaced as part of the car's upgrade, will be supplied with the car conferring matching numbers status. Since the purchase by our vendor, a passionate collector ofXK150 and XJ220Jaguars, the E-Type has benefitted from works to the water pump, steering rack,the fitting of SU carburettors, and an ignition unit by Creed & Shore Motorworks of Shropshire at a cost of some 7,000. Supplied to auction with current Swansea V5C and MOT.Photographic record of the car's earlierrestoration can be seen by clicking on this link:http://yorkshirerestorations.co.uk/JEV12.htm

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  • RefCode: TA1171126
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: F430
  • Derivative: F1
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,006
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Full main dealer service history, latest by Graypaul Nottingham Sept 2018 at 24,778Just 3 former keepers and warranted mileage of 25,102Rosso Scuderia with contrasting Nero HideRace seats, Nero Carpets, Carbon Driving Zone, Yellow Dials, Nero Brake Calipers, Scuderia Shields.

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