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  • RefCode: TA1137829
  • Make: RILEY
  • Model: 12/4 TT
  • Derivative: Ex-Works Competition Department 1935
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 1,935
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Cars are proud to Offer for Sale: Ex-Works Competition Department 1935 Riley TT Sprite AVC 19 - Chassis Number 22T1750 (one of 7 Works-built models) prepared to Original Specification. FIA, FIVA, HTP, VSCC We are proud and excited to bring to the market one of the most original Riley Team Cars AVC 19 which has just been the subject of a fastidious and long awaited restoration to original specification. The car now looks just at it did in 1935 when it made its race debut at the 1935 Tourist Trophy driven by Von der Becke and finishing a creditable 9th against some extremely formidable competition. The complete rebuild of this car, which was finished just over a week ago, was only possible because Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Cars - were able to assist with securing the acquisition of numerous original components both body and mechanical which had hitherto been unavailable for at least the past 40 years! This Riley has a distinguished race history which includes: 1935 Tourist Trophy, 1936 French Grand Prix (finishing 3rd in the under 2 litre class), 1936 Tourist Trophy, 1937 Le Mans 24 Hours, 1937 French Grand Prix, 1937 Montlhery, 1945 Paris Benoist Cup and following an earlier restoration which was completed in 2009 the car was campaigned at Prescott and several other VSCC Events by Riley guru, Allen Clear. Significant historic competition cars always great create interest, but it is rare to find a car with such comprehensive and fully documented provenance dating back over 80 years. Many Evocations of the delectable TT Sprite have been created over the years but this is a true original with a virtually unrivalled pedigree in its class. Background on the car has been extensively researched and it is believed that this car, chassis 22T1750 was constructed in the Riley Works Competition Department using the chassis from the 6 cylinder Works MPH Racer - KV9478. The evidence for this is the fact that the nearside dumb iron shows evidence of the reuse of the chassis: 22T1750 is stamped on the side with evidence of 44T2128 stamped on the top of the dumb iron. There is also evidence that appears to show where the MPH chassis had its brackets for the front axle radius arms removed showing that AVC 19 was built up from KV9478 using parts available at the time. The aforementioned MPH had competed in the 1934 Le Mans before being dismantled by the works in the summer of 1935 with AVC 19 (chassis number 22T1750 being registered by the Riley Works in May 1936). There is the most substantial and fully documented history of the car, which is available, under separate cover, for interested parties. We also have photograph albums, historic notes and invoices which can be inspected at The Garage. Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Cars is delighted to have been involved and able to work closely with the restorer and owners who led the project. Viewing strictly by Appointment Please For more information and to make an appointment to view this car please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945 or 07979-244195 We are located in Hampshire, UK

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  • RefCode: TA1085188
  • Make: CAPARO
  • Model: T1
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 2,008
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

We are delighted to offer this superb Caparo T1. Complete with UK road registration this 575BHP two seater represents the ultimate in a track day car or a super fast road car. To be supplied fully serviced. Export enquiries welcome; please contact us for a worldwide shipping quote. Please call Alex on 01508 530491 or 07983 176487 to discuss further or arrange a viewing. For more information regarding Caparo as a make, please see the information below from Caparo:; The Caparo T1 is a British mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seat automobile built by Caparo Vehicle Technologies, founded by design director Ben Scott-Geddes and engineering director Graham Halstead, engineers formerly involved in the development of the McLaren F1 .The T1 was inspired by Formula One design, and intended as a relatively affordable road legal racing car. The T1 was scheduled for production in mid-2007 with approximately 25 cars per year built. However as of 2012, only 16 examples have been sold in the United Kingdom. The T1 has a dry weight of 470 kilograms (1,040 lb), an overall length of 4,066 millimetres (160.1 in), an overall width of 1,990 millimetres (78 in), an overall height of 1,076 millimetres (42.4 in), and a wheelbase of 2,900 millimetres (110 in). It has a fuel tank capacity of 70 litres (18 U.S. gal). The exterior of the T1 closely resembles that of a racing prototype or Formula One racing car. It features a carbon fibre aerodynamic low drag body design, composed of individual sections, with an adjustable twin element front wing, single element rear wing, fowler flaps, and a ground effect diffuser, allowing it to create 875 kilograms (1,929 lb) of downforce at 240 kilometres per hour (150 mph). The wings are replaceable with road and track variations. The interior of the T1 is a two-seat configuration, lacking any amenities and luxuries to reduce excess weight. The passenger's seat is set back from the driver's seat slightly, allowing the seats to be placed closer together, thereby reducing the overall width of the T1. Offered are a head protection system, six-point harnesses for the driver and passenger, compatible with a HANS device, and it is designed with a central safety cell made of a high-strength steel roll hoop with a fire system. The dashboard is multi-function with race data logging and speed sensors for traction control and launch control . The chassis of the T1 is composed of a carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb monocoque with a front composite crash structure and a rear tubular space frame construction. The suspension is of a double wishbone design with tunable anti-roll bars, front and rear, and five-way adjustable race dampers . The braking system is composed of 355-millimetre (14.0 in) steel brake discs, with six-piston and four-piston callipers front and rear, respectively. The brake bias pedal box is fully adjustable and brake pads are available in various compounds. The wheels are all-aluminium 10-by-18-inch (250 by 460 mm) and 11-by-19-inch (280 by 480 mm) front and rear, respectively, with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres. Magnesium 10-by-18-inch (250 by 460 mm) and 11-by-18-inch (280 by 460 mm) wheels front and rear, respectively, with Pirelli slick and wet track tyres are available as optional equipment. The T1 sports a 116-kilogram (256 lb), 32-valve, 3,496-cubic-centimetre (3.5 L), all-aluminium, naturally aspirated, Menard V8 engine with cylinder banks mounted at 90 and lubricated via a dry sump oil system. The engine has gone through several designs, previously including a smaller 2.4-litre supercharged unit. The production design generates a maximum power of 575 horsepower (429 kW; 583 PS) at 10,500 revolutions per minute and a maximum torque of 310 pound-feet (420 Nm ) at 9,000 revolutions per minute, giving the car a power-to-weight ratio of 1,223 horsepower per tonne (912.8 kW/t). In addition, the engine has been reported to successfully reach 700 horsepower (520 kW; 710 PS) on methanol fuel. The engine is controlled via a fully tunable Pectel SQ6 engine control unit and the throttle is controlled via a throttle-by-wire system. The T1's gearbox is a 6-speed Hewland sequential made of a magnesium and carbon construction that has a variety of available gear ratios and utilises a pneumatic actuator to shift, able to upshift in 60 milliseconds and downshift in 30 milliseconds. Furthermore, the drivetrain incorporates a limited slip differential and equal length hollow tripod driveshafts. The T1 has an estimated maximum speed of 205 miles per hour (330 km/h) on a low downforce setup. From a standing start, it has an estimated 0-100 kilometres per hour (0-62 mph) time under 2.5 seconds and onto 160 kilometres per hour (99 mph) in 4.9 seconds, depending on tyre setup. It is also capable of an estimated lateral acceleration of up to 3g and braking deceleration of 3g , depending on tyre setup.

CALL 01508 399 128
  • RefCode: TA1102166
  • Make: CAPARO
  • Model: T1
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 2,007
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

We are delighted to offer this superb Caparo T1. Complete with Aero cockpit Screen this 575BHP two seater represents the ultimate in a track day car. One owner Fastidiously maintained with minimum track day use on private track; To be supplied fully serviced. Export enquiries welcome; please contact us for a worldwide shipping quote. Please call Alex on 01508 530491 or 07983 176487 to discuss further or arrange a viewing. For more information regarding Caparo as a make, please see the information below from Caparo:; The Caparo T1 is a British mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seat automobile built by Caparo Vehicle Technologies, founded by design director Ben Scott-Geddes and engineering director Graham Halstead, engineers formerly involved in the development of the McLaren F1 .The T1 was inspired by Formula One design, and intended as a relatively affordable road legal racing car. The T1 was scheduled for production in mid-2007 with approximately 25 cars per year built. However as of 2012, only 16 examples have been sold in the United Kingdom. The T1 has a dry weight of 470 kilograms (1,040 lb), an overall length of 4,066 millimetres (160.1 in), an overall width of 1,990 millimetres (78 in), an overall height of 1,076 millimetres (42.4 in), and a wheelbase of 2,900 millimetres (110 in). It has a fuel tank capacity of 70 litres (18 U.S. gal). The exterior of the T1 closely resembles that of a racing prototype or Formula One racing car. It features a carbon fibre aerodynamic low drag body design, composed of individual sections, with an adjustable twin element front wing, single element rear wing, fowler flaps, and a ground effect diffuser, allowing it to create 875 kilograms (1,929 lb) of downforce at 240 kilometres per hour (150 mph). The wings are replaceable with road and track variations. The interior of the T1 is a two-seat configuration, lacking any amenities and luxuries to reduce excess weight. The passenger's seat is set back from the driver's seat slightly, allowing the seats to be placed closer together, thereby reducing the overall width of the T1. Offered are a head protection system, six-point harnesses for the driver and passenger, compatible with a HANS device, and it is designed with a central safety cell made of a high-strength steel roll hoop with a fire system. The dashboard is multi-function with race data logging and speed sensors for traction control and launch control . The chassis of the T1 is composed of a carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb monocoque with a front composite crash structure and a rear tubular space frame construction. The suspension is of a double wishbone design with tunable anti-roll bars, front and rear, and five-way adjustable race dampers . The braking system is composed of 355-millimetre (14.0 in) steel brake discs, with six-piston and four-piston callipers front and rear, respectively. The brake bias pedal box is fully adjustable and brake pads are available in various compounds. The wheels are all-aluminium 10-by-18-inch (250 by 460 mm) and 11-by-19-inch (280 by 480 mm) front and rear, respectively, with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres. Magnesium 10-by-18-inch (250 by 460 mm) and 11-by-18-inch (280 by 460 mm) wheels front and rear, respectively, with Pirelli slick and wet track tyres are available as optional equipment. The T1 sports a 116-kilogram (256 lb), 32-valve, 3,496-cubic-centimetre (3.5 L), all-aluminium, naturally aspirated, Menard V8 engine with cylinder banks mounted at 90 and lubricated via a dry sump oil system. The engine has gone through several designs, previously including a smaller 2.4-litre supercharged unit. The production design generates a maximum power of 575 horsepower (429 kW; 583 PS) at 10,500 revolutions per minute and a maximum torque of 310 pound-feet (420 Nm ) at 9,000 revolutions per minute, giving the car a power-to-weight ratio of 1,223 horsepower per tonne (912.8 kW/t). In addition, the engine has been reported to successfully reach 700 horsepower (520 kW; 710 PS) on methanol fuel. The engine is controlled via a fully tunable Pectel SQ6 engine control unit and the throttle is controlled via a throttle-by-wire system. The T1's gearbox is a 6-speed Hewland sequential made of a magnesium and carbon construction that has a variety of available gear ratios and utilises a pneumatic actuator to shift, able to upshift in 60 milliseconds and downshift in 30 milliseconds. Furthermore, the drivetrain incorporates a limited slip differential and equal length hollow tripod driveshafts. The T1 has an estimated maximum speed of 205 miles per hour (330 km/h) on a low downforce setup. From a standing start, it has an estimated 0-100 kilometres per hour (0-62 mph) time under 2.5 seconds and onto 160 kilometres per hour (99 mph) in 4.9 seconds, depending on tyre setup. It is also capable of an estimated lateral acceleration of up to 3g and braking deceleration of 3g , depending on tyre setup.

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  • RefCode: TA1113169
  • Make: LOLA
  • Model: T212
  • Derivative: FVC
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Lola 212 FIA

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  • RefCode: TA1151283
  • Make: COOPER
  • Model: FORMULA ONE
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 1,950
  • Mileage (Miles): 100
  • Mileage (KM): 160
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Stirling Moss Cooper MKIV - JAP 500cc

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  • RefCode: TA1108190
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: SILVER GHOST
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 1,915
  • Mileage (Miles): 72,000
  • Mileage (KM): 115,872
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

1915 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost London To Edinburgh Chassis number: 9AD Registration number: HLR5134 (German) In 1914 was an order for a new SIlver Ghost was placed by one Nicholas Tchinkine of Moscow Russia with Barker Torpedo coachwork specified. Due to the outbreak of hostilities, the car never made it to Russia & instead was commandeered by the War Department for use o the Kings Messenger service between Calais & the front lines. In 1919, Its days in military service over, '9AD' was offered for sale at the Olympia auction organised by the Ministry of Munitions on 5th September 1919. The sale contained quite a number of government requisitioned cars that were now surplus to needs. 9AD was one J A Wallace Esq of Hampstead, London NW and he is its first recorded owner from 26th August 1920. Around this time the car went back to Barker & had its current body fitted; that of an open drive limousine in which form it arrived in America. The car was purchased in this iteration by the famous circus impresario, John Ringling who kept the car along with several other Ghosts at his Sarasota Mansion Casa d'Zan. Upon his death, the car passed to the Sarasota Auto Museum & thence to the Imperial Palace collection before being acquired by the late Helmut Krogman of Lubeck in Germany. We first handled this car about 10 years ago. The engine had been fully rebuilt but not correctly set up. We collected the car in Lubeck, had Carl Ford of The Priory Vintage Car Co, do a full set up & service on the car dramatically improving its running & operation. After the service, we drove the car back to Lubeck by way of the then running Esbjerg ferry with the car running better & better with every mile put on it. The car is finished in a deep & lustrous purple making for a very striking machine. The interior is a full-on brocade affair with bedford cord & is in fine order. Black leather is installed up front to the drivers seats. Having been used in Germany the car is fitted with discreet flashers & indicators to satisfy the German MOT equivalent, the Tuff test. Under the bonnet the car is beautifully detailed with all the brass & copper polished to a high shine, The engine has covered few miles since the rebuild so has superb compression & runs strongly & silently as one might expect. It is ready for immediate use & is a large tall imposing car that always draws attention to itself. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed at http://www.vandp.net Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772 188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1163552
  • Make: LOLA
  • Model: T290
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

Took part in the 1974 Targo Florio fitted with a Porsche 906 engine Purchased by our vendor in 2007. Fitted with a Cosworth BDG engine and a Hewland FG 400 gearbox Last raced at the 2011 Silverstone Classic driven by David Gathercole Fitted with a zero-timed, David Gathercole-built, Cosworth BDG. Current FIA HTP Eligible for a number of series such as World Sportscar Masters and Classic Endurance Racing.The T290 was Lola's 1972 contender for the European 2-litre Sports Car 'Championship for Makes', a vibrant series which ran at most of the classic circuits in the 70s with many famous drivers.Lola designers Bob Marston, Patrick Head, and John Barnard produced an entirely new car to replace the outgoing and winning T210 and T212. The new 1972 car was based on an aluminium monocoque and designed to take a variety of 2-litre engines including the Cosworth FVC and the Chevy Vega.As alwayswith Lola, their production race carswere very competitive and easy to run for privateer racer andthe monocoqueT290was direct competition forthe Chevron B21 and Abarth Osella SE021.Chassis HU 16 was originally supplied through European Lola agent Jo Bonnier where it remained for 2 years and subsequently was sold to Italian Bruno Rebac. The car, at that time, was fitted with a Porsche 906 engine and took part in the 1974 Targa Florio where it, unfortunately,crashed, however,the parts were subsequently reassembled into a new chassis built around the original bulkheads by John Collins.In 1988, a Swedish gentleman purchased the car and took it back to Italy where itremained until 1995 when a Mr Jim Jaqua purchased it and exportedit to America. Mr Jaqua prepared the car for racing and it was then in the hands of well known USpreparer, Lee Chapman Racing. The car was later purchased throughSimon Hadfield by ourvendor in 2007 and is currently fitted with a Cosworth BDG engine and a Hewland FG 400 gearbox.HU 16 last raced at the 2011 Silverstone Classic driven by well-known engine builder David Gathercole who hadfitted one of his own 2-litre FVC engines for the occasion. David ran as high as 3rd in the race against such opposition as Lola T70s demonstrating just how quick and competitive this car can be.Subsequently, the Lola has been fitted with a Cosworth BDG zero-timed engine making it eligible for a number of series such as World Sportscar Masters and Classic Endurance Racing. With a new owner, this car should be as competitive once again as it was in 1972 and 2011The Lola comes complete with full FIA HTP papers.

CALL 01926 321 950
  • RefCode: DIY1008003
  • Make: ASM
  • Model: R1
  • Derivative: Inspired by the Aston Martin DBR1
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 2,015
  • Mileage (Miles): 1,500
  • Mileage (KM): 2,414
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Hand built in the UK, 3.4 engine, custom multi port injection system. More space for comfort.

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  • RefCode: TA1149241
  • Make: BAC
  • Model: MONO CARBON FIBRE
  • Derivative: 2.5L
  • Category: Race
  • Year: 2,017
  • Mileage (Miles): 600
  • Mileage (KM): 965
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: Other
  • Gearbox type: Manual

BAC MONO 2.5L

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