1936 Britain's smallest pre-war car - barn find project For Sale
If you are reading this advert you will probably know how rare these vehicles are and few ever come up for sale. It was the world's smallest pre-war car ever made.
This car has been in storage awaiting renovation for approximately 30 years, but is believed to be a mk2 Scootacar road car. The body has been unbolted from the chassis for inspection but nothing more has been done. The seat was reupholstered and wheel bearings/tyres replaced years ago.
I do not have the UK registration but the club assure me it could be verified to go back on the road. The car is currently on display at the National Bubble Car museum, which is where it would need to collected from.
Needs full restoration but is almost entirely complete, including the Villiers engine and owner's manuals. I have enclosed a library pic showing these being used by the Homeguard during WW2!
A very reluctant sale. Happy to export at buyer's cost.
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