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  • RefCode: DIY1173201
  • Make: MG
  • Model: MIDGET
  • Derivative: Mk3
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,970
  • Mileage (Miles): 104,546
  • Mileage (KM): 168,250
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Restored and owned for last 20 years, engine fully rebuilt and had covered just over 500 miles, resprayed in 2016, 2 former keepers, lots of receipts/MoT's.

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  • RefCode: TA1174151
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: DINO
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,974
  • Mileage (Miles): 10,000
  • Mileage (KM): 16,093
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Warranted 10,000 miles from newExceptionally well conserved, a true reference carIn the vendor's family for forty-one of its forty-five years and only two other keepersHeavily influenced by the Dino 206 GT Berlinetta Speciale concept car (a thinly disguised 206 S sports racer) which Pininfarina had unveiled at the 1965 Paris Salon, the roadgoing Dino 206 GT debuted in Turin two years later. Compellingly curvaceous and bodied in aluminium over a tubular steel chassis frame, it seemed a fitting tribute to Enzo Ferrari's late beloved son Alfredo. Boasting all-round, independent double-wishbone suspension, Koni shock absorbers, anti-roll bars and four-wheel disc brakes, the newcomer was the first Maranello production design to feature either rack-and-pinion steering or a mid-mounted engine. Although, the 1987cc 'quad-cam' unit in question was the work of Franco Rocchi, its inspiration came via Alfredo and the legendary Vittorio Jano (who between them had convinced Enzo Ferrari of the inherentengineering merits behind a compact V6 as early as 1956). Developing a quoted 180bhp at 8,000rpm, the free-revving powerplant was allied to five-speed manual transmission and promised a 140mph plus top speed. However, despite sensational looks and inspired, race-bred handling, the announcement of an even faster variant at the March 1969 Geneva Motor Show saw 206 GT production cease in August 1969 after just 152 cars. Thankfully, its successor christened the 246 GT on account of its larger 2418cc engine retained the same sublime Pininfarina styling (albeit draped over a 60mm longer wheelbase). With a quoted 195bhp and 166lbft of torque on tap, it was reputedly capable of 151mph and 0-60mph in 6.8 seconds. To ease manufacture, the revised two-seater utilized a cast-iron cylinder block and steel bodywork. Inheriting its forebear's cabin architecture complete with steeply raked bucket seats, aluminium fascia, suede-topped dashboard and 'chrome fingered' transmission gate, the model typically rode onCromodora 'bolt on' alloy wheels. Phased in around mid-1971, the final Series III or Tipo E Dino benefited from revised gear ratios and a different fuel supply system (though, little else was changed). Regardless of Series / Tipo designations, just 488 right-hand drive 246 GTs were UK supplied.The paperwork on file for this extraordinary Dino stretches back to a copy of its original factory order form, No. 652. The request for 'One 'Dino' 246/GT Coupe Gran Turismo automobile, complete with five wheels and tyres, toolkit (RHD), electric windows and Daytona type central seat panels', to be finished in 'Ferrari Light Red 20.R.190 Salchi' with 'Black 161' (vinyl) upholstery was placed by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd of Surrey on 12th November 1973.Dick Lovett Specialist Cars of Wroughton, Swindon Ferrari Dino Distributors for Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Somerset took delivery of Chassis 07420 on 28th March 1974 and sold it new to Michael Howard Hoskison Esq. of Sutton Coldfield six days later for5,563. A director of Bee Bee Bros Ltd his family's successful non-ferrous scrap metal company Mr Hoskison soon applied the number plate 'MHH 1' to the Ferrari. Stamps in the Dino's original Warranty Card booklet show that it had Coupon A and Coupon B services carried out by supplying dealer Dick Lovett Specialist Cars on 24th July 1974 (amazingly a tax disc holder from the same company is still affixed to the windscreen). Purchased by the vendor's late husband on 10th January 1976 for 7,000 a substantial uplift on its new price but understandable given the ultra-low warranted mileage of 1,716 the 246GT's sale coincided with Mr Hoskison and his brother injecting further capital into the Bee Bee Bros motorcycle racing team (their grandfather had been a constructor in his own right but went bankrupt in 1922).Despite dividing his time between several Central London residences and properties in the South of France, the vendor's late husband ensured that Chassis 07420 was regularly maintained.Accompanying service invoices detail attention paid to the Dino at 2,377, 3,681, 4,168, 5,802, 7,277, 8,173, 8,210, 8,425, 8,784, 8,960, 9,006, 9,308 and 9,711 miles. In addition to stating: 'I have made it clear to everyone that your car is not to get wet', a letter from Michael Scott of Modena Engineering Ltd dated 5th January 1981 also comments: 'Having gazed into the innermost sections of the car, I can confirm that it is in exceptionally good condition'. Modena Engineering were tasked with waxoyling the Ferrari, a task repeated by Fosker Engineering during 1990 whilst it briefly belonged to renowned property developer and marque aficionado David Boland Esq. As well as removing the door panels, front arch panels, rear arch panels, road wheels and front undertray, Fosker Engineering drilled the main chassis tubes so as to be able to wax fill them too. A general report on the Dino issued by the respected Kent-based marque specialist in September 1990 noted that: 'During the course of the work wefound the concealed areas, fittings and fixings to be in a condition expected of a car which had a recorded mileage of 7,500 miles . . . The car body is in excellent condition, still fitted with the original sills . . . The replaced tyres were Goodyear G800 GP. We believe these may be the original factory fitted tyres, although Michelin XWX were more common. The original tyre wear was limited, replacement considered necessary in view of their likely age . . . A compression ratio test gave high, even readings consistent with a low mileage engine'.Mr Boland paid 100,000 on March 14th 1990 to acquire Chassis 07420 but kept it for less than two years. Apart from having the Ferrari fettled by Fosker Engineering, he also confirmed its early history (and warranted low mileage) via correspondence with Mr Hoskison. Re-entering the current family ownership during February 1992, the 246GT has been in their care for forty-one of its forty-five years. Garaged alongside various significant motorcars, includingone of the four alloy-bodied, right-hand drive Ferrari 250 GT SWB made (Chassis 3067GT), the Dino earned a special place in their affections and has outlasted all its other stablemates.Entrusted to Graypaul Nottingham on 24th September 2018 for a thorough service, Chassis 07420 also had its fuel system flushed, brake system fettled and cylinder head gaskets replaced (the latter an engine out job). The work was completed at 9,968 miles and cost 14,091.76. Now showing just 10,000 warranted miles to its odometer, the Ferrari has never been allowed to deteriorate to the point of needing restoration. Although it has received remedial paintwork over the years, the 246GT has yet to be fully resprayed. The inner sills and transmission tunnel still wear their original polyethene protective covers from the factory. The Daytona Seats (or 'Chairs') and 'mouse fur' dashboard show little sign of fading and the instrument binnacle remains sharp and crisp.The headlamp covers were fitted by Fosker Engineering in1990 but aside from the addition of a battery cut-off switch they remain the only known modification from standard. A reference car that still has that air of factory fit and finish about it which so many restored examples lack, Chassis 07420 is accompanied by its original owner's wallet (handbook, spares catalogue, warranty booklet), jack, tool roll, copy factory order form, first MOT certificate (and numerous subsequent ones), assorted period photos and an extensive history file.A surely unique opportunity to acquire a rare right-hand drive 246GT (1 of only 488 UK supplied cars) that has covered a mere 10,000 miles from new and been treasured by the same family for forty-one of its forty-five years.

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  • RefCode: TA1174155
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: 3 LITRE
  • Derivative: 4.5 LITRE TOURER
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,927
  • Mileage (Miles): 77,654
  • Mileage (KM): 124,971
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Supplied new to Percy Healey Esq. of rope and twin makers, Healey Bros and originally fitted with saloon coachwork by William ArnoldRebodied by Harrison in its current two-seater configuration during 1937Uprated to 4.5 litre power in 1986 whilst owned by former DEUVET chairman Peter SchackEnjoyed at a variety of historic events including: Mille Miglia, Liege-Rome-Liege, Le Mans Classic and Zoute Grand Prix etcThough initially opposed to the idea of competing at Le Mans, W O Bentley was well aware of how success in motorsport could increase sales, and, following the privateer 4th place of Canadian John Duff (co-driving with Bentley's test driver Frank Clement) in the inaugural 1923 Le Mans race, Bentley triumphed at La Sarthe in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929 and 1930. The first two victories were achieved with versions of the 3-litre model an extraordinary feat considering it was the first to be produced by a company that had only commenced production in 1921. By 1928, however, more power was needed,Bentley winning with the 4 -litre car 'Old Mother Gun', that had been trialled the previous year but eliminated in the infamous White House crash. Since then, upgrading the engine to 4 -litres (2/3rds of the company's 6 -litre unit), has been an accepted and proven way of improving the performance of the 3-litre model.According to the copy chassis record notes, LT 1594 was originally dispatched from the Works to William Arnold coachbuilders of Chorlton-cum-Medlock, Manchester who fitted Weymann-style saloon coachwork. Based upon the 'Long Standard' 10 ft 10 in. chassis with 3-litre engine (LT 1593) and B-Type gearbox, 1594 was road registered NF 3906 and delivered in April 1927 to its first keeper Percy Healey Esq., Chairman of rope and twine manufacturers Healey Brothers Ltd of Heywood, Lancashire. Healey Brothers had been founded by his grandfather in 1843 and the family was known as a generous contributor to local projects including schools, a library and swimming pool.It is understood that in1937 coachbuilders Harrison were commissioned to replace the saloon coachwork with a two-seater arrangement a feature retained to this day. Various further works are recorded on the chassis record up to the outbreak of war in 1939. Presumably laid up for the duration of hostilities, the car was purchased for the princely sum of 50 around 1955 by Gerald Wild of Swinton, Lancs, who had discovered it in a very dilapidated state. Most proud of his purchase, Mr Wild set about returning the Bentley to the road and later recorded his adventures in an amusing article entitled 'Bentley on a Shoestring'. A copy is contained in the history file. He even reveals how one musical owner supposedly had the rear bodywork altered to accommodate a girlfriend's harp!Mr Wild sold the car in 1957 for 100 (the country then being in the grip of the Suez Crisis) and an original buff logbook on file records four further owners in the Cheshire area. During the 1970s it was resident in Switzerland, before passing into thehands of Dr. Klaus Kading of Germany in 1979. Records and correspondence on file show the car being worked on in England during the 1980s by Donald Day. In November 1986, it was acquired by former DEUVET chairman Peter Schack. During his ownership the decision was taken to replace the 3-litre unit with that of a 4 (DS 3556) whilst plans to have a VDP style replica body fitted were investigated but discontinued. During this period various works were also carried out by such renowned specialists as Dorset-based McKenzie Guppy Ltd and Tony Fabian of Blackmore Engineering. In 1997 the car changed hands again to another German owner, Hans-Albert Bense of Koln, before being purchased by the vendor via LMB Racing of Belgium in June 2002. In September that year he entered the Le Mans Classic and followed this with a number of events during his ownership including the 2002 Liege-Rome-Liege Rally, 2009 National Classic Tour and 2012 Zoute GP. The car is also a past entrant of the Mille Miglia retrospective.Now described by the owner has having 'very good' bodywork, engine and gearbox and 'good' paintwork and interior, the car is accompanied by a large history file including aforementioned original buff logbook, photographs of previous works in progress, a notebook recording usage covering the period 1986 to 2004, a 3-litre Spares Booklet (1981 reprint), photocopied 3-litre brochure and Instruction Booklet, assorted invoices (dating back to the early 1980s) and a copy of Gerald Wild's entertaining article which includes period b/w images of the car. Resident in Belgium for the past 17 years, this sporting 3 / 4 is ready to offer a new custodian exciting vintage motoring in the way only a pre-War Bentley can!

CALL 01925 210035
  • RefCode: TA1174176
  • Make: MG
  • Model: TD
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,952
  • Mileage (Miles): 4,411
  • Mileage (KM): 7,098
  • Colour: Grey
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Offered with a collection of invoicesPrevious competition useEngine overhaul in 2018Further info:It is believed this very smart but mean-looking TD has covered just 4,411 miles from new, albeit courtesy of four engines. That's because it has been a race car for the whole of its life to date. It was first registered in February 1952 and appears to have been domiciled solely in Birmingham until acquired by a Spencer Sline in 1967. The MG was evidently stored from 1977 until 2013 while awaiting a general overhaul, which is what it received when purchased by a mechanic that year. Recent maintenance has included an engine overhaul (2018); attention to the bodywork costing 1800 (2019); and set of brand new tyres. There are apparently photographs of `OZ 6120' contesting sprints and races in Chris Harvey's 1977 book `The Immortal T Series', and the vendor has a copy of a 1971 Silverstone programme confirming the car's participation in the meeting of May 29/30 with Spencer Sline at the wheel. The vendorpresently grades the bodywork, Black interior trim, XPAG engine and four-speed manual gearbox as all being in `very good' order and the Grey paintwork as `good', and says the car `has absolutely no rot and is extremely pretty'. He is now parting with the TD complete with: tonneau cover; buff logbook; collection of old invoices and an old MOT from 1971 that confirms the mileage at that time to have been a mere 2,568. Its believed the engine specification is as follows: double-dowelled flywheel; eight inch clutch; lightened and balanced crankshaft; polished and balanced con rods; re-ported big-valve cylinder head; polished rockers; twin 1_ inch SU carburettors; and four-branch exhaust manifold. The MKII TD was a competition model introduced alongside the standard offering. Its more highly-tuned engine with larger SU carburettors and 8.1:1 compression ratio resulted in an output of 57bhp. Most of the 1,710 examples produced were exported.

CALL 01925 210035
  • RefCode: TA1174169
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,969
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Black
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Righthand drive example with Black paintwork with rich Red interior trimA four owner car Original owners handbook, maintenance and service books, invoices and photographs pertaining to the restorationFurther info:Of all the now long line of Mercedes SL models, it is the W113 series cars that continue to capture the imagination. With or without the sensuously dished hardtop that graced them with their 'pagoda' nickname, the Paul Bracq designed Roadsters have an understated elegance that demands a second look. This combined with memorable build quality to create one of the great motorcars of the period, the last and most powerful version of which was the 170bhp 280SL launched in 1968.This stunning-looking righthand drive example sports lustrous Black paintwork complemented by rich Red interior trim. It is a four owner car that was first registered in Cheshire to Joan Butler of Cheadle Hume (1969-1982) and has been owned by the late vendor since 2014. The secret of its apparent condition was the eightyear restoration. After stripping, the Mercedes' shell was shot blasted and new inner and outer front and rear wings and boot floor added. Fresh door cards and carpets were fitted to the interior, and the seats and facia reupholstered. A number of carefully-picked specialists were involved in the work, including: Jonathan Wardle Ltd (general restoration), AWJ Automotive (paintwork) and Jacksons Mercedes Benz (parts supply). 'NMA 99H' also now benefits from: a stainless steel hood frame and exhaust system; new clutch, dampers, suspension bushes, fuel lines and tyres; an overhauling of the brake system and fuel pump; restoration of the factory-supplied hardtop plus a collection of unfitted brand new trim parts.Unsurprisingly, the vendor now considers the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, six-cylinder engine and four-speed manual gearbox to all be in 'very good' condition and the Benz is offered complete with original owners handbook, maintenance and service books, invoices and photographspertaining to the restoration, Heritage Certificate and service cards.

CALL 01925 210035
  • RefCode: DIY1165342
  • Make: CITROEN
  • Model: 2 CV6
  • Category: Hatchback
  • Year: 1,989
  • Mileage (Miles): 44,725
  • Mileage (KM): 71,977
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Excellent condition, body and chassis as new, please call for more information.

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  • RefCode: TA1174197
  • Make: LANCIA
  • Model: DELTA
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,988
  • Mileage (Miles): 105,000
  • Mileage (KM): 168,981
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Recorded mileage of 65000Correct original interiorComprehensive history fileAs motorsport fans will be acutely aware, the Giugiaro-penned Integrale was one of the most successful rally cars ever, scoring no less than 46 WRC victories and winning the Constructors' Championship for six consecutive years. Road-going versions of the model were also a force to be reckoned with, the most sporting HF (for 'High Fidelity') versions of which remain on the shortlist of many a performance driver. They may not be Ferraris, but somehow Integrales look best in Red and the sale car certainly has presence aplenty. It has been in its current ownership since 2006 and the previous one since 1999, while the overall mileage currently stands at 105,000 kilometres (c.65,500 miles). The vendor presently classes the bodywork, paintwork, Grey interior trim, 2.0-litre engine and five-speed manual transmission as all being in 'very good' order. 'F396 FCC' is being offered complete with the correct original interior,comprehensive history file and MOT into August 2020.

CALL 01925 210035
  • RefCode: DIYCCW1172836
  • Make: PORSCHE
  • Model: 911
  • Derivative: Carrera 4
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,001
  • Mileage (Miles): 56,000
  • Mileage (KM): 90,123
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

6 spd, MoT July 2020, black leather, full Porsche & specialist history in A4 pack, personalised plate with car, both keys

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  • RefCode: TA1174150
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: MARK 2
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,963
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Current ownership since 2001, large history file5 speed gearbox, Coopercraft front brakes, Harvey Bailey handling kitRepainted in 2007 and fitted with power steeringFurther info:Colour-keyed wire wheels and Coombes-style bonnet slats add to the purposeful look of this desirable MKII, that also boasts: a pair of 2 inch SU carburettors; uprated starter motor; Kenlowe fan; Harvey Bailey handling kit; Coopercraft front brakes; power steering; and a five-speed ZF gearbox (the original is also available to the purchaser). The righthand drive home market Jaguar was restored in the mid-`90s, at which time the engine was also overhauled. It has remained in the current ownership since 2001, six years after which it was treated to a repaint in its current colour of Dark Green. The vendor currently judges `AAB 250A' to have `very good' bodywork, paintwork, Green leather interior trim, XK engine and transmission, and is offering the car complete with workshop manual and a large collection of invoices and oldMOTs, plus a photographic record of the restoration. Good MKIIs remain as popular as ever, especially when equipped to this level.

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  • RefCode: TA1174124
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,969
  • Mileage (Miles): 70,922
  • Mileage (KM): 114,137
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

Recorded 70k miles, MOT certificates since 1999Comprehensive restoration with a photographic record in 1999/2000Unleaded cylinder head conversionA few years ago the Daily Telegraph ranked the E-Type top in a pole of the '100 most beautiful cars of all time'. Like the XK150 before it, it was born of Jaguar's competition successes on the race tracks of Europe this was no ordinary motor car. The E-Type, or XK-E as it was known in the USA, made its debut at the 1961 Geneva Salon where its unique combination of grace and pace stole the show. From birth, the car was available as a Fixed Head Coupe or a two-seat Roadster. Like the XK120, at launch the new Jaguar was the fastest production car of its time. Despite this, the engine size was increased from 3.8 to 4.2-litres in October 1964 and, with the change, came a sweeter all-synchromesh gearbox, better brakes and more comfortable seats. The Series 2 models introduced in 1969 are distinguished by their lack of headlamp covers, enlarged front air intake,repositioned front indicators and tail lights, wrap-around rear bumper, twin-electric fans, further uprated brakes and refashioned facia and seats.The Series 2 Roadster offered started life as a lefthand drive export model that was converted to righthand drive during a comprehensive restoration in 1998. This included the installation of an unleaded cylinder head conversion, new wiring loom and instrument panel, and once the mechanical refurbishment was complete the car was repainted Green and registered for the UK roads in 1989. A new hood was then fitted in 2010. 'WYB 36G' is described by the vendor as having 'very good' bodywork, paintwork, Light Tan leather upholstery, 4.2-litre XK engine and four-speed manual gearbox, and is now available complete with a comprehensive history file, MOT certificates dating back to 1999, and a photographic record of the restoration. The E-Type currently registers a total mileage of 70,922.

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