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  • RefCode: DIY958078
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 2,000
  • Engine Power - kW: 105

Duratec powered escort, fully engineered and registered

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  • RefCode: TA866448
  • Body Type: Soft Top
  • No. of Doors: 2

1972 Fiat Abarth Coupe - The Italian iconic car

CALL 03 8547 8618
  • RefCode: TA1175142
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Derivative: SERIES 3
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 79,000
  • Mileage (KM): 127,138
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 26th Oct 2019 - Barons - Autumn Classic

Moved to October Sale - Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 Roadster Auto in very good condition

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  • RefCode: TA1174647
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Derivative: V12 Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Yellow
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Jaguar E Type V12 Roadster

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  • RefCode: TA1173963
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: SILVER SHADOW
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 20,000
  • Mileage (KM): 32,186
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This car has been in the same family ownership from new and has a full and comprehensive history file. We have been servicing and maintaining it since 1993. In 1994 it won a class win at the RREC National Rally and went on to win Master class and many other awards. We are extremely please to have this car available.

CALL 01737 731 860
  • RefCode: TA899466
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

1972 XA GT Falcon Replica built from a genuine Wild Violet XA Falcon 250 2V manual car. Running a 351 2V Cleveland with open chamber heads, 750DP H...

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  • RefCode: TA1174134
  • Make: JENSEN
  • Model: INTERCEPTOR
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 52,479
  • Mileage (KM): 84,456
  • Colour: Black
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 16th Oct 2019 - H&H Auctions - Classic Car Auction

52,000 miles from newOriginal Cherry Red leather upholstery, tax disc holder and rear window stickerTreated to a new Holley carburettor, high-torque starter motor, stainless steel exhaust and automatic transmission overhaulIntroduced at the October 1971 Earls Court Motor Show, the Jensen Interceptor III shared the same striking Vignale-penned sheetmetal and advanced tubular-chassis frame as its predecessors, but was readily distinguishable by its cast headlight surrounds, GKN alloy wheels and comprehensively revamped interior. Initially powered by a Chrysler 6.3-litre V8 engine, the model was soon upgraded with an even larger 7.2-litre unit. Boasting Torque-Flite three-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel disc brakes as standard, the 2+2-seater Coupe was both impressively refined and seriously quick. Indeed, the 7.2-litre versions were reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 6.4 seconds and 140mph. The model was bought by celebrities as diverse as Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, golfer PeterButler, British Foreign Secretary Lord Carrington and World Motorcycle Champion Phil Read. Of the 2,477 Interceptor IIIs made, just 703 were 128-series cars. Beautifully finished in Gunmetal metallic with original Cherry Red leather upholstery, chassis number 128-4785 is warranted to have covered just 52,000 miles from new. Accruing an average of 8,000 miles per annum up until 1977, the Jensen was then used more sparingly and indeed has only added 500 miles to its odometer in the last nine years. Belonging to its last registered keeper from 1992-2009, `RVT 728L' appeared on the BBC television programme `Top Gear' two years into his tenure. Fitted with a new Holley four-barrel carburettor, high-torque starter motor and stainless steel exhaust prior to entering the current ownership, the Jensen has since been thoroughly checked over and treated to a comprehensive automatic gearbox overhaul by Mr Gearbox of Sheffield. Starting readily upon inspection and pulling strongly during a recent outing withall gauges registering correctly, the Interceptor pleasingly retains its original `Jensen Car Company Ltd' tax disc holder, `Jensen Cars Ltd' rear window sticker and even a period fire extinguisher! Enormous value when compared to period rivals such as the Aston Martin V8 and Iso Grifo, this much loved, low mileage Interceptor is worthy of close inspection and expected to possess a fresh MOT certificate by the time of sale.

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  • RefCode: TA1158001
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 96,000
  • Mileage (KM): 154,497
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

1972 Jaguar E Type Series 3 V12 2+2 Coupe Manual

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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.

CALL 01926 321 950
  • RefCode: TA920129
  • Body Type: Targa
  • No. of Doors: 2

350 Auto, Stunning Paintwork, Matching interior, Beautiful throughout, P/Disc Brakes, Pas Adjustable steering. Excellent body lines & gaps, super clean chassis matching numbers car

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