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  • RefCode: TA1106891
  • Make: MG
  • Model: A
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,958
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

We are a family run business who have specialised in classic car restoration for the last 25 years.

CALL 01736 309 239
  • RefCode: TA1111998
  • Make: MG
  • Model: 6
  • Derivative: 18/80
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,931
  • Mileage (Miles): 360,000
  • Mileage (KM): 579,363
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

M8 18/80 MK1 FOUR DOOR FABRIC SALOON.BELIEVE IT OR NOT THIS CAR HAS HAD ONLY FOUR OWNERS FROM NEW. THE FIRST WAS A DOCTOR WHO COVERED OVER 356000 MILES IN IT.THE CAR WAS THEN SOLD TO PHIL JENNINGS WHO COMPLETELY RESTORED THE CAR.THE CURRENT OWNER [PURCHASED THE CAR IN 2009 WHO HAS HAD THE CAR TOTALLY REWIRED,REFURBISHED THE FUEL TANK,THE REARVAXLE AND NEW DRUMS REMANUFACTURED TOGETHER WITH NEW LININGS.THE WHOLE CAR HAS BEEN KEPT IN EXCELLENT CONDITION THROUGHOUT. THE CAR COMES WITH AN EXTENSIVE HISTORY FILE,VSCC BUFF LOGBOOK AND MANY PHOTOS OF THE RESTORATION. WITH ONLY HTEE FOUR DOOR SALOONS AND ONE ONLY OTHER FABRIC BODIED CAR THIS IS A UNIQUE PIECE OF MG HISTORY AND ONE TO BE ENJOYED BY THE LUCKY NEW OWNER.

CALL 01420 408123
  • RefCode: TA1123897
  • Make: MG
  • Model: A
  • Derivative: 1600
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,962
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

Absolutely beautiful MGA MK2 Coupe Deluxe. Rebuilt and restored to the highest standards. Believed to be one of only 23 ever built - this must be amongst the best remaining MGA MK2's and possibly the best Coupe Deluxe. Pristine condition; First class order in every way; Restored only a short while ago and in fresh bright, rust free condition everywhere. Beautiful condition. Restored professionally and using highest quality leather, carpets and chrome. Apart from our accurate and reliable description of this car we believe you will not find a better bunch of chaps to deal with; we know our MGs inside out, we won't flannel you with sales speak and we aim to provide you with a car that you will be bringing back in a year's time when the next service and MOT is due, no sooner! However, if you do have a problem we will stand by our car and help you in every way possible. We like to think that 38 years in this business counts for something. We are in the quiet Berkshire countryside but close to the M4and Mortimer Railway Station. Our local pub, the Elm Tree is just a few minutes' walk away and serves fantastic food and proper beers. Call us to arrange a viewing and a test-drive and come and make a day of it. When you own a classic car knowing where to get the best spare parts is crucial. We have a dedicated Parts Manager who will track down the best quality and hardest to find part for your car, we like to call this Automotive Archaeology, if it's available ... we will find it. Classic cars are special, and we can provide MOT testing for yours. We clean and air dry the underside of your cherished classic and treat with a choice of clear or black waxoyl. If you need to store your classic car for a short period or more long term, wouldn't it be reassuring to know that it was being stored by a highly skilled professional team who love their work?; When your car is with us we have a wide selection of courtesy cars for you to use.

CALL 0118 968 0986
  • RefCode: TA1114855
  • Make: MG
  • Model: J TYPE
  • Derivative: J2 Midget - Pre-War Competition History
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,933
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

When it first appeared in 1932, the MG J2 really captured the public's imagination. Purposeful looking with cut away doors and slab-type petrol tank, its rakish looks were to set the style for small sports cars for many years to come and it was much admired by coveted by dashing young chaps of the 1930s! Bearing the Surrey registration number - APF 605 - this car has a very interesting and comprehensively documented history. Very unusually for a relatively cheap mass produced car there is a lot of documented history through the life of the car right up until the present time. Supplied from the Works at Abingdon, via one of the main MG dealers - Jarvis of Wimbledon, to VW Derrington in Kingston Upon Thames, it was subsequently sold to its first owner a Mr. H. A Stone on the 11th May 1933. Vic Derrington was well known for his racing prowess at Brooklands, running a tuning and parts business at the circuit. Derrington was clearly a very persuasive man because Mr Stone let Derrington race the car on the 13th of May at Donington in which the car came second. In Mike Hawkes definitive book on 75 years of the J2 there is a picture of the car on the starting grid of the race with Derrington in the driving seat with his very distinctive pointed white helmet. One can only assume the running in of the car was the drive from Kingston to Donington! On the 26th of May, Derrington entered the car in an JCC Members day event at Brooklands. There is a copy of the days race card in the history file. There is a copy of correspondence between Mr Stone and the MG factory in Abingdon concerning its being returned to the works for decarbonising in October 1933. The car then changed hands quite a few times until in December 1968 it was bought by one Barry Walker for £75. There is with file the original receipt and a copy photographs of the car on Barrys home drive way. The car allegedly started Barrys love affair with MG MMM models. The car was dismantled by Barry with clear intention of rebuilding it some time but his business took off and he never got round to it. A sketch of the car features on the front of the illustrated catalogue of parts Barry published in the 1970s. An original of the catalogue (itself very very rare is in the file) The current owner, upon his retirement, was seeking an MG to restore having previously rebuilt a J2 and a PA. When visiting Barry he was offered the original chassis (including the original chassis plate issued by the factory which is on the car) with a new body he had commissioned all painted together with all the original parts to build the car back up again. The deal included a new engine built up (with new block and head ) but with all original other parts by Bob Jones of Bayton Jones, who built the new engine with Phoenix crank, rods and new pistons. By 2012 the car had been reassembled and was returned to the road. One very sensible modification has been the fitment of PA brakes as the original J2 brakes were inadequate for the power of the new engine. Subsequently, the car has been maintained by well known specialists - Rees Brothers of Aldershot. Since the completion of the restoration approximately 2,500 miles have been covered and the car is in first class order throughout. I personally collected the car from the current vendor and drove 35 miles to the garage and can say, without question, this is one of the Best J2 Midgets I have ever driven. The car is being very reluctantly offered for sale for personal reasons. For more information and to make an appointment to view this car please call me on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945. We are located 5 miles from the A3 between Petersfield and Alton.

CALL 01420 408 120
  • RefCode: TA970102
  • Make: MG
  • Model: MGA
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,959
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

We are a family run business who have specialised in classic car restoration for the last 25 years. This is a 1959 MGA Roadster that we have recently fully restored.

CALL 01736 309 239
  • RefCode: DIY1088130
  • Make: MG
  • Model: SA
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,936
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

Total restoration in late 1990's. Excellent paintwork & chrome. Excellent interior. Looks & drives beautifully. Well maintained, garaged.

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  • RefCode: TA1062257
  • Make: MG
  • Model: A
  • Derivative: Roadster Mk1
  • Category: Convertible
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Black
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

We are a family run business who have specialised in classic car restoration for the last 25 years. This MGA Roadster is a sold project we are restoring for a customer.

CALL 01736 309 239
  • RefCode: TA1103609
  • Make: MG
  • Model: PA
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,935
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP

We are delighted to offer onto the market a beautifully presented 1935 MG PA. Please e-mail for further details and photographs. Please also see model information and specifications taken from the MG Owner's Club website. The P type Midget was launched in March 1934 as the replacement for the J2. It is well recognised that the P type had similarities with previous Magnas and Magnettes and its parentage derived from the M and J types. 'Autocar' magazine road tested the P type in November of that year and reported 'This latest model is a marked improvement in all respects over its forerunners'. Sales literature produced by Abingdon claimed, 'In all there are over one hundred new and improved features'. With good reports in the motoring press it was no surprise that the car sold well, with serious production starting at the end of January 1934; over two hundred cars a month were coming off the production lines. The P type was fitted with an all new 847cc engine, with three main bearings supporting therigid crankshaft. This allowed higher engine revolutions to be employed with safety. An improved Tecalemit oil lubrication and filtering system was a welcome addition to the engine. This system had two filters, one externally and the other was a gauze mesh in the sump, both of which ensured thorough filtering of the oil, thus prolonging the life of the crankshaft and cylinder bores. A 'smooth flow' cylinder head with inlet ports on one side and exhaust on the other had an overhead camshaft. The transmission was strengthened and improved to withstand the increased engine power output and stresses imposed by competition work and a new design heavy duty clutch was employed to cater for the rigorous stops and starts on sprints and hill climbs. A four speed non-synchromesh gearbox with a low ratio first gear for competition purposes transferred the power to a specially strengthened back axle with a four star differential. Twelve inch diameter brake drums replaced the previously used eight inch variety.This move gave far greater braking efficiency. Hartford friction dampers were fitted to the front of the car and transversally mounted hydraulic spring compensated shock absorbers at the rear gave good suspension and a comfortable ride over most surfaces. The level of standard equipment described in the sales brochure of the time indicated that it was 'all the usual equipment that sportsmen demand - supplemented by the following new extras: Easily accessible tool accommodation; non-reflecting fascia board; new revolution counter; chromium plated long range headlamps; new seat adjustment; dual arm electric windscreen wiper; stop and tail lamp; improved hood and side curtains; and new fold flat windscreen with toughened non-discolourable Triplex safety glass.'; The first cars produced were all two seaters and following its predecessor the J2 had its wheels painted to match the car's interior, this was soon dropped in favour of aluminium paint. P types were available in three distinctive duo-tonepaint schemes, each one came with matching upholstery. Our feature car is painted in Ulster Green and Dublin Green, other options were: Oxford Blue and Cambridge Blue and Carmine Red and Saratoga Red. The most popular single colour scheme however was Black, closely followed by Green and then Red followed by Blue. Some cars were produced in primer only to allow the prospective owner to have the car painted to his choice and for an extra ten guineas the owner could specify the factory to complete the car in any colour leather or bodywork he so desired. Most of the design knowledge gained from previous involvement in production car trials and racing proved invaluable to the production of the P type. The chassis was far sturdier than the J type and the body was less angular and had more flowing lines. Two variations were available with either a two or four seater version coming direct from the factory, however a fixed head coupe was offered on the P type chassis by specialist coachbuilders such as H WAllingham of London, University Motors (who were main MG agents) and Cresta Motors of Worthing. The most popular of these conversions was undoubtedly the Airline Coupe by H W Allingham but very few of these attractive cars were produced because they were considered fairly expensive and larger standard cars could be bought for about the same price. When introduced the P type two seater sold for 220 compared to 240 for the four seater version. The Airline Coupe was offered at 290. The P type was never intended as a racing model, unlike many of its predecessors, however it was seen on the circuits and in 1935 a three car team of P types was entered in the 24 hour Le Mans race. The team was managed by George Eyston and consisted of six ladies affectionately known as 'The Dancing Daughters' although they attracted much publicity, they did not fair particularly well against opposition from Singer's 972cc sports car. The Singers took 1st, 3rd and 4th places. This, along with other factors promptedAbingdon to produce a more powerful model, to be designated the PB which was introduced in 1935. The engine capacity was increased to 939cc to give more power and a close ratio gearbox was fitted. Other changes included a slatted grille instead of the honeycomb type, a quick release petrol filler cap was now standard on the two seater versions. The dashboard was to feature a burr walnut fascia to replace the now banned American Sequoia redwood veneer. The rev counter was changed and a speedometer with a mileage trip meter replaced the P type's centre panel. A 30 mph warning light was also introduced at this time. The original P type was discontinued in favour of the new model although it was still catalogued at a substantially reduced price. This move failed to sell the remaining stocks and 27 P types were converted to PB models by the end of 1935. Production of the PB finally ceased in February 1936 with only 525 being produced. A total of 2,500 P types left Abingdon between 1933 and 1936. EngineNo. of cylinders: 4 in line Bore and stroke: 57mm x 83mm Capacity: 847cc Valve operation: Single overhead camshaft RAC rating: 8 hp Approx power output: 36 bhp at 5500 rpm in standard form Gearbox: 4 speed non-synchromesh Brakes: Mechanical 12' drum operated by cable Wheels and Tyres: 19 x 4.00' knock on centre lock wire wheel Track: 3' 6' Wheelbase: 7' 3.5' Length: 10' 11' Weight: 13cwt 2qtrs Performance Max speed: 76.27 mph (windscreen lowered), 69.23 mph (windscreen raised) Acceleration: 0-60 mph 32.3 secs MPG: approx 35. Number built: 1973 Cost new in 1934: 222; Price: 42,995

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