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  • RefCode: TA1078638
  • Make: NAYLOR
  • Model: TF 1700
  • Category: Race
  • Mileage (Miles): 9
  • Mileage (KM): 14
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

Click to enlarge image. All cars are fully inspected by our qualified automotive engineers with over 50 years classic car knowledge prior to being offered for sale so that you can purchase with complete confidence. Viewing by appointment only. Cars For Sale. Milestone Classics DSC03699 1/16 DSC02274 1/18 DSC03333 1/18 DSC03616 1/15 MGB Roadster Heritage Re-shell The original MGB Roadster is one of the most recognisable British sports cars ever manufactured. It brought affordable fun to the open road when launched in 1962 and over the next 18 years over 500,000 cars were sold. Our 1970 MGB was rebuilt by the engineer owner over a three year period using a new Heritage shell in 1997. The car has covered just 12,000 miles over the past 20 years and is one of the nicest Bs that we have been lucky enough to have through the Milestones showroom. The fastidious owner took a no expense spared approach to the rebuild, there are invoices/receipts totalling thousands of pounds, and created an MG to original specification and to as new condition. The B had new panels and chrome and is as good underneath (red paint finish) and inside as on the outside. Mechanically the car has an unleaded head, overdrive, stainless steel exhaust, wire wheels etc. and all components were checked/replaced as necessary during the rebuild. The interior also benefitted from considerable expenditure with new original steering wheel, seat foams/black leather (no head rest) seats, new carpets, refurbished dashboard/instruments etc. it simply looks like a new car. The history of this re-shelled MGB contains many invoices/receipts, old MOTs since the rebuild verifying the mileage and an album of photographs. This stunning sports car simply could not be replicated for the purchase price and she will gives years of pleasure to the lucky new owners. PRICE: SOLD DSC03037 1/14 DSC03740 1/14 Daimler 250 V8 Manual/Overdrive Launched in 1962 the Daimler 250 V8 was the first Jaguar designed car to carry the Daimler name. The car was essentially a re-badged Jaguar Mk 2 fitted with Edward Turners lightweight 2.5 litre V8 that had proved so successful in the Daimler SP250 (Dart). The car was an instant success mixing Daimler V8 performance and comfort with the classic William Lyons Mk2 styling. Our Daimler spent most of it life with the same owner, a local anaesthetist, before being sold in 2008 after a period of time in storage. The car has now had 5 owners, covered just over 60,000 and been maintained regardless of cost all of its life. The Daimler is rust free with no evidence of welding or repairs. The engines fires up instantly with a V8 growl and the extremely rare manual/overdrive gear box option is a real pleasure to use and makes this a real drivers car. The Ascot Fawn body work is stunning and works extremely well with the black wire wheels and chrome, all in exceptional condition. The original light hide interior is accompanied by excellent wood, unmarked headlining and replacement carpets it really is like stepping back in time. For many years these cars have been undervalued but are now recognised to be in many respects superior to their Mk2 Jaguar cousin a 1960 gentlemens express ideal for road trips across France or simply lunch at the local pub. We urge early viewing in order to avoid disappointment. PRICE: £19995 DSC03601 1/15 Morris Minor Van SII The Morris 1000 saloon designed by Alec Issigonis was introduced at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1948 and the 5cwt commercial van followed in 1953. Used and abused by large and small businesses alike survivors are very rare with examples of early vans in excellent condition virtually impossible to find. Milestone Classics are delighted to offer a stunning example that left the Cowley factory on 4 th June 1954 The SII van was originally despatched to New Zealand as a CKD (Completely Knocked Down) model and re-imported into the UK in 2004 by Ray Newell, Secretary of the Morris Minor Owners Club. At that time the van required extensive restoration and work commenced to return the van to original specification. Iain Mckenzie at Fairmile Restorations undertook the restoration during 2006/7 with an album of pictures evidencing all the work undertaken. The body was removed from the chassis, any corrosion identified/removed, new panels/metal fitted and the van resprayed in the original beige. The mechanical components and interior were also refurbished/restored to original specification the final result is arguably the best SII van in the country. Being an early dash/cheese-grater grill version the vehicle attracts lots of attention whenever it is use. It is a unique van and a real testament to the commitment of Ray Newell and skills of all the craftsman who contributed to the restoration Vehicles of this quality rarely come to market and we recommend viewing in order to fully appreciate this superb, original specification light commercial van. It will enhance any collection, could be used as a promotional vehicle for a business or simply to be enjoyed/win prizes at local shows. PRICE: SOLD DSC03680 1/11 DSC03579 1/14 Porsche 944 (S1) Coupe Superb Example Porsche produced the 944 between 1982/1991. With 50/50 weight distribution providing excellent/predictable handling, a +130mph top speed, 0/60mph in under nine seconds and looks to match the 944 has always been a popular drivers car. Milestone Classics are delighted to offer an early (1984) three owner example in guards red with tan half leather interior, early dashboard and a warranted mileage of just 88k miles from new. The car has lived in Devon all its life and is superb with immaculate bodywork including recently refurbished wheels, excellent interior including new carpets, original history wallet/handbook containing full service history with invoices for all work carried out and retains original sunroof sleeve, tool kit & both sets of keys. Well maintained examples of the 944, with stunning bodywork and warranted mileage are now extremely difficult to find. The car is a great drive and we expect it to find a new owner very quickly. PRICE: £10.495 DSC02631 1/15 Alvis TA14 3 Position Drophead Coupe (Carbodies) The TA 14 was the first car produced by Alvis after WW2 and was available as a four door sports saloon by Mulliners of Birmingham or as a stylish two door, three position, drophead coupe built by Tickford or Carbodies. Our 1948 Carbodies example has been in the same fastidious ownership since 1971. The engine was rebuilt in 1986 by Peter Whenman (Alvis, Invicta and Lagonda specialist) and has covered approximately 8,000 miles since. The body was stripped in 1990 by The Vehicle Restoration Company (West Sussex) and received new woodwork (replacement offside sill rail & bulkhead section, replacement near side sill rail and boot lid), body panels (Nearside & offside doors, outer sills, inner sills and rear wings) and was finished in Old English off-white. During this period the Alvis also received a new red leather interior, German Rivenweave black hood with West of England Tweed lining and many components were re-chromed. The restoration has stood the test of time superbly and the TA is the epitome of post war elegance. Ideally suited for the Goodwood Revival and UK/European touring we recommend viewing in order to fully appreciate the charm and quality of this classic coupe. PRICE: £29.995 DSC03183 1/17 DSC03401 1/17 DSC03497 1/16 MGB Roadster We are always looking for exceptional MGBs and are delighted to market a stunning Mk 1 manufactured in 1966 finished in Brooklands Green with original specification interior and overdrive gearbox The car has a substantial history folder back to the late 1970s with invoices for regular work to both the body/structure of the car and mechanical components throughout this period. Most recently, in 2014, the car had new clutch and brake master cylinders, front discs/pads, SS exhaust, front bumper/over riders, OSF wing and removal of engine/detailing of engine bay at a cost in excess of £2,500. The interior is to the same standard as the body with the owner keeping the car to original specification wherever possible including black seats/white piping, black carpets, original steering wheel and good quality vinyl hood. The car presents extremely well, drives superbly with excellent engine/gearbox and characteristic B exhaust note that is equally well suited to continental touring or simply a trip to the local classic car show. A car to be enjoyed by the lucky new owners for years to come. PRICE: £12.995 MG TF superb photographic restoration In production for just two years the TF is widely considered as the most stylish of the original T series cars with low bonnet, flowing lines, drop-down windscreen and dual- cowl bulkhead, the car brings together pre-war styling with 1950s design. Our 1954 example is an original UK matching numbers car with 1250cc XPAG engine. The previous owner, an automotive engineer, undertook a full body-off restoration replacing wood frame & floor where necessary, interior trim to original specification red leather with new side-screens and tan double duck hood. The dashboard was refurbished in original factory red with bronze binnacle, new switch gear and replacement steering wheel while the body received a high quality respray in original ivory. The engine bay was carefully detailed to original specification and mechanical work included new clutch, distributor, leads etc, The history folder contains a photographic record of the restoration, original buff log book (the car retains its original Leicestershire registration) and a variety of old MOTs and invoices. The TF is a real testament to the restorer the car looks absolutely stunning and drives superbly. It will give years of pleasure and win many prizes for the lucky new owners PRICE: SOLD MG Midget Mk III Heritege Re-shell At Millstone Classics we always like to keep a stock of nice MGs passing through our showroom and are absolutely delighted to have sourced one of the best Mk III Midgets that you could wish to find. In 2009 a time served engineer purchased an MG Midget to restore for his wife but after months (and months) of cutting and welding gave up and purchased a brand new shell from the MG Owners club to build the car of his dreams. A brief summary:- New body shell with all new panels Superb professional paint finish in red with chrome wire wheels, new windscreen surround and hood Engine rebuilt to 1380cc fast road specification with forged pistons, big valve cylinder head, uprated valve springs and performance camshaft Fastflow performance manifold with stainless steel exhaust Dynalite alternator, Kenlowe thermostatic fan & Luminition electronic ignition Reconditioned gear box Reupholstered in magnolia light beige leather with red piping and new seatbelts New carpets and dashboard with new switchgear and custom leather finish We have both taken the Midget out and is one of the best we have ever driven. It has outstanding performance/handling and simply looks and drives like a two year old car. Early viewing is recommended in order to avoid disappointment. PRICE: SOLD DSC03590 1/15 Caterham Seven Roadsport 140 In 1973 Lotus decided to shed its kit car image and sold the rights to the 7 to its only remaining agents in England, Caterham Cars. Initially they used the remaining Lotus S4 kits but by 1974 these had been exhausted and they reverted to their own version of the S3. The S3s in a number of guises, were quickly acknowledged as a truly outstanding car for both fast road/track use and today attract a loyal following, have their own extremely competitive race series and an extremely active club Our 2004 Roadsport 140 X-power is one of the most desirable Caterham 7s specifications, meticulously hand built as an engineering project by the first owner during the summer of 2004 and then despatched to Caterhams for full PBC (Post Build Check) and each service while in his ownership. The car is one of the best specifications you could wish for: 1800cc MG X-Power (Rover) K Series 16v DOHC fuel injected developing 140hp @ 6,750rpm Power to weight ratio = 250bhp/tonne giving 0-60mph of just under 5 seconds Anti-cavitation Apollo Oil Tank Close-ratio 5 speed gearbox (as recommended by Chris Rees for K Series) De-Dion Rear Axle Polished/Stainless 4 into 1 exhaust Caterham Green/Yellow Stripe/Chrome Headlights/Polished Stainless Sill & Mudguard Protectors Full Weather Equipment including Rear Boot Cover Heater Leather Seats/4 Point Harnesses Push Button Start/Immobiliser Temp Gauge switchable between Water/Oil, Separate + Oil Pressure + Digital Speedo (under dash) with Memory/Acceleration Timer etc. Since being completed the car has only been used in dry weather and covered just 14,000 miles. The history file contains all build paper work/invoices, handbooks, MOTs and even the factory visitors pass. The Caterham is a stunning drivers car and looks every bit as good as it performs.she is utterly breath taking Nearly all Caterhams have been used/abused for years as track day cars with little history and many none standard upgrades this high specification example is as it was built/approved by the factory. We recommend a personal viewing in order to fully appreciate (and hear first-hand!) this remarkable car. PRICE: £17995 DSC03727 1/15 Vauxhall Viva HB Timewarp Car (11,000 miles) Launched in 1966 the Viva was marketed to go head to head with the new Ford Escort. The mechanical components were little changed from the HA but the new body took cues from the General Motors coke bottle styling first used for the Chevrolet Impala. The Viva was a stylish car and the top of the range SL (Super Luxury) boasted wood (effect) grain dash, extra sound insulation, individual shaped rear seats/pleated Ambla upholstery, additional chrome and a gold paint coach line. Although arguably a better car then the Escort Mk1 the lack of a sporting pedigree and poor reputation for corrosion meant sales were slow and good examples are today incredibly rare. On the 1st December 1967 Mrs Margaret Knapp, wife of a local company director, collected her brand new Viva SL from Skurrays Ltd, Swindon. She had placed her order when the car was launched in August 1966 but had to wait over three months to take delivery. Finished in the best combination of Grecian White with Casino Red interior the original invoice indicates the total cost was £814-6s-10d including automatic transmission and under-seal (a wise precaution). From the offset the Viva was garaged and used sparingly. The service book (stamped by supplying dealer) indicates the first service was carried out when the car was five months old (@ 516 miles). Further details in the service book reveal that the anti-freeze was checked when the car was one year old (1182 miles) and the 6,000 mile service in late 1968 (1872 miles). The second owner, Mr Manners, office manager for her husbands company, bought the Viva in March 1970 - he lived less than three miles away. He continued to cherish the car and used it infrequently in much the same way as Mrs Knapp. In 1987 Mr Manners retired from driving and the car was placed in a well ventilated barn for the next 22 years. Purchased in 2009 the new owner was absolutely astonished by the condition of the car. Although there was some discolouration/odd scuff to the paintwork the car was rust free and the recorded mileage was just 10,800 miles. The new owner worked in the car trade and arranged for the car to be professionally resprayed (bare metal, windows out, absolutely no welding required) to original specification including the gold coach line. Today the car is in absolutely in time warp condition and drives superbly. There is absolutely no corrosion, the interior is like stepping back into 1968 and mechanically the car is as tight as a drum. Paper work includes original Bill of Sale, all Handbooks and sales broacher/colour chart/price list, hand written log of work, invoices etc. A remarkable car that will make a perfect classic with easy two door access, light controls and Super Luxury specification. Simply use and enjoy! PRICE: £6995 DSC03649 1/9 MG TD Replica Kit Car by Fiberfab Fiberfab were an American kit-car company founded by Warren Goodwin, a sports car driver and keen fisherman. He also contributed to the steam land-speed record attempt. The MG TD replica was introduced in 1977 based on the VW Beetle chassis with the objective of building an authentic, high quality replica that could be built easily by the home builder.all these targets were achieved . Converted in 1994 our car has only had two owners in the last 23 years. Based on a 1967 1500cc Beetle the car presents remarkably well with nicely proportioned lines that mirror the original TD - the car is often mistaken for the genuine article until fired up and the air-cooled soundtrack kicks in. The body presents very well & mechanically the car starts first time and is an excellent drive with no untoward smoke or noises. The interior reflects the DNA that Warren Goodwyn desired with suicide doors, wood dash and old style switchgear and seats. The previous owner loved the car, never used it in the rain, always kept it well maintained and it simply gave him immense pleasure for many years and was only sold to make space for a genuine TF We have both used this remarkable little car for the last two weekends travelling well over 100 miles. It is an absolute joy that provides a different route into the air-cooled scene or, for us, simply a car to be owned for the pure fun of driving. PRICE: £6995 Volvo P1800ES (Manual/Overdrive) Already busy making the elegant yet utterly practical, safe and beautifully engineered Amazon, Volvo wanted to spice up their image and employed Pell Petterson to design a new car based on the Amazon platform while working at the Italia design house Frua. The long, low, streamlined masterpiece was an immediate success and is today the epitome of a classic car that will deliver speed, grace & practicality. In 1972 the final model, the P1800ES was marketed. The car retained the bullet proof Amazon mechanicals but now had an all-glass tailgate and folding rear seats. Only 8,077 were sold worldwide and today they represent one of the most desirable classics on the road. First registered in June 1972 our immaculate ES was sold by Lex Brooklands in London. The fastidious first owner religiously serviced the car (22 service stamps) and kept every invoice until he sold the car in 1982. The history folder has been religiously maintained since and is one of the biggest we have ever seen with invoices back to 1972, hand written notes for work completed (all in all totaling over £40k) plus an album of pictures. In addition, the car has a number of desirable upgrades including aftermarket anti-roll bars (front & rear), gas-flowed/ported head running unleaded fuel, Spax adjustable dampers, genuine Minilite wheels and overdrive gearbox. This multi-award winning classic is absolutely superb, we would simply describe it as out of the box, and is ready for the lucky new owner to polish, drive and enjoy PRICE: SOLD DSC03710 1/12 Triumph TR6 - £35,000 Restoration The TR6 was introduced in January 1969 using similar chassis and running gear components to those used in the TR5/TR250 but with a restyled body by Karmann. While smoothing the lines of the car, wider wheels were also fitted making the car look low, lean and very fast drawing widespread positive comments from the motoring press at the time Our original Pimento Red (CP Series) UK market TR6 was sold by Tice & Son (Wimborne) during August 1972. The Passport to Service book indicates fourteen services over the next six years during which time the car covered 43,000 miles. The history folder indicates a rebuild in the early 1990s and a second body-off, ground up restoration that commenced in 2013 with a final bill in excess of £35,000. The chassis and body were separated, stripped and any corrosion eradicated. The front/rear suspension, brakes, rear differential & steering were all rebuilt, new wiring loom installed and clutch fitted. The restoration was completed with re-upholstered seats, new carpets, mohair hood, i-pod radio and refurbished dashboard. The car has covered just 700 miles since the rebuild, has excellent panel fit and drives as good as it looks. The overdrive gearbox changes smoothly and the six cylinder engine simply pulls like a train with the addictive straight six soundtrack sounding absolutely glorious. Nearly 94,000 TR6s were produced but only 8,370 were home market cars, making our car a rare survivor. The price of high quality TR6s has risen steadily over the past 3 years and this well sorted car will provide an extremely entertaining drive and an excellent investment to the lucky new owner PRICE: £26995 DSC03385 1/12 MGB GT Huge History/Completely Rebuilt We are delighted to offer for sale an exceptional 1979 MGB GT in pageant blue. The car has a remarkable history having started life as a rubber bumper car that was use extensively during its early life. There is an absolutely huge history file from day one (original bill of sale, Passport to Service etc.), all MOTs and a hundreds of invoices totaling thousands of pounds. After a period of time in storage the BGT was purchased by the last owner, an engineer, who initiated a thorough recommissioning programme including chrome bumper conversion with lowered suspension, a complete mechanical overhaul of all components. The bodywork also received attention with a complete respray in original colour with no welding required. The MG is a real testament to owners skill and knowledge with stunning bodywork, detailed engine bay, new interior (seats/carpets/roof lining). The pictures speak for the car and we can confirm that the car drives every bit as good as it looks. We like well sorted MGBs with providence and this GT really does tick all the boxes. It is one of the best driving Bs we have recently had through Milestones and will give the lucky new owner enormous pleasure for many years to come. PRICE: SOLD DSC03524 1/16 Toyota Crown De-Luxe (M65) Time-Warp Example The Toyota Crown was the top of the range car exported to the UK as direct completion to the Ford Zodiac, Rover P6 and Vauxhall Victor. Our car was purchased from John Bennett and Sons Ltd (Ewhurst, Surrey) by the first owners, Percy and Ethel Cole who specified the six cylinder 2600cc engine, Toyoglide three speed automatic gearbox and power steering. It was an expensive car with a list price of £2,303 (around £29,500 today) but the new owners were taken by cars futuristic styling and high specification. Percy did not believe in over exerting his cars, rarely driving above 30MPH and always keeping them garaged when not in use. On his death the Toyota was passed to his son who stored the Crown until last year when it was sold to only the second owner. The car is in true time-warp condition with original suppliers Running-In window sticker, owners manual, dealers purse, parts manual, ignition key and Toyota tool kit. The De-Luxe model specification included a cool-box/air-conditioner in the boot, eight track stereo with radio channel changed via a foot button and remote boot opening from the ignition switch. The Crown has the spindle coke bottle styling with integral bumpers designed to reduce drag but, with tinted windows it was simply too futuristic for the UK market and examples now are extremely rare. Recently the car has been the subject of a magazine feature and Toyota UK have completed a photo-shoot of the car for their UK blog (see http://blog.toyota.co.uk/barn-find-toyota-crown-de-luxe-revealed) The car comes with an MOT until January 2018 with no advisories and drives remarkably well. There are some minor tasks (petrol gauge/temperature gauge functionality) to complete the recommissioning process and the odd paint blemish that, for us, all add to the character of the car and as we all know, they are only original once. We would simply drive and enjoy this rare Japanese classic during the summer and pick up the minor jobs in the garage next winter. PRICE: £9.995 DSC03535 1/13 Sunbeam Talbot 90 Supreme - Remarkably Original Introduced in 1954 the Mk III received a number of improvements including the Alpine specification 80bhp engine giving a top speed in excess of 90mph, larger intake grills and portholes in the side of the front wings. The 90, when converted to floor change with overdrive, proved to be an exceptional competition car with drivers such as Sterling Moss at the wheel and most notably won the 1955 Monte Carlo Rally outright with Per Malling & Gunnar Fadum. Our 90 Supreme is a remarkably original example. The grey bodywork presents well with a real lustre to the paint and only the odd mark commensurate with age. The grey body is complemented by original red leather seats/door cards, original headlining and replacement carpet set there is a genuine patina that simply cannot be matched by restored cars On the road the Sunbeam to drive extremely well and the overdrive enables the Sunbeam to cope admirably with modern road conditions it is easy to understand why it was such a successful rally car back in the 1950s. The car retains its original tool kit in the boot lid, benefits from period spot lamps/badge bar and comes with a small history file containing old MOTs, pictures etc. We have been genuinely impressed with how competently the car performs. These Sunbeams represent one of the first executive sports saloons produced and offer a truly engaging drive for the driver wanting performance and comfort from their classic. PRICE: SOLD Rover P6B 3500S - Rover introduced the 3500S in late 1973. Retaining all the refinement expected of the P6 range the manual transmission V8 delivered over 120mph with 0/60 performance in just nine seconds and was well received by press & public alike. Our 3500S was delivered new to Mann Egerton, Derby on 5th November 1974. Mr Roy Trippas, the second owner, purchased the car from Archers of Solihull in May 1975 and he retained the Rover for over 30 years. The car has now covered 54,000 miles with 5 owners and is simply the most original and unmolested P6 we have ever seen. The car has absolutely no evidence of corrosion and has never been welded. The interior is utterly original down to the box pleat upholstery (the 3500S never had leather) and Motorola radio. The history folder includes the original owners wallet and booklets, original Archers of Solihull tax disc holder/key fob. The stunning mexico brown paint was refreshed in 2012 by Aldridge Automotive of Wolverhampton and the car retains the original Huntsman Brown vinyl roof. Upgraded with electronic ignition the engine starts first time every time, shows excellent oil pressure and the V8 sound is addictive. The manual gearbox is smooth with new linkage bushes and the Rover is an absolute delight to drive. Rust free P6Bs are almost impossible to find and this is the most original and unmolested 3500S that we have ever seen. PRICE: £10.995 SOLD VIA SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR NEW ARRIVALS. Opel Manta Berlinetta 32,000 miles from New Designed by GMs Chuck Jordan, Opel launched its first Manta in 1970, a sporting coupe version of the accomplished Ascona saloon. Like Ford, who designed the Capri with shades of the Mustang, GM echoed the lines of their own muscle car, the Camaro. The result was a drivers car arguably superior to the Capri with great handling, superior engineering and looks to die for. Milestone Classics are delighted to have sourced such a remarkable unrestored example of this highly desirable 1980s icon. The previous keeper cherished his Manta Berlinetta for over 30 years and the car remains in stunning condition today with outstanding original bodywork, unmarked interior, excellent mechanics and will be sold with original service book, handbooks and a history folder that includes MOTs back to 1982 With the price of Ford Capris continuing to rise the Manta really does offer a very attractive and far rarer alternative we recommend early viewing of this exceptional example in order to avoid disappointment PRICE: £6995 MG NG (Nick Green) Special Superb Recreation

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