This beautiful looking dark blue Jowett Jupiter came out of the factory in 1953 and spent 4 years in Bermuda before coming back to the UK on the Queen Mary in 1957. It was professionally resprayed in 2017. It's in perfect running order and has an easily accessible battery isolator. The hood is in working order without cracks to the fabric although it needs some attention to the fixings.
It is a much photographed and video-ed car drawing attention wherever it goes!
There is a fully documented log book.
To see a video of the newly resprayed car click here - details above
This wonderful Lady are very rare its build in 1926 as a HP8
in the end of the 30s comes a Talbot Engine inside,in the 40s
a Morris 8HP engine inside in this Time a Cochbuilder from Farnham modifided the Body to a spezial Roadster.
I drive the Jowett on some Classicar ivents.
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This superb 1948 Jowett Bradford goods van is powered by a twin cylinder 1000cc engine with a three-speed plus reverse gearbox. It starts first time and runs very nicely indeed for a 71 year old vehicle !
She’s no sports car but chugs along nicely and draws smiles from everyone who sees her.
First registered 6th November 1924.
The car was purchased as a project in 2000 in many bits. The chassis was repainted in as near as I could find to the original green, the body tub is all assembled with aluminium repairs as necessary and is ready to fit doors and paint. I was going to do a lighter .....
Originally purchased in 1975 with the intention of getting it running and using it as my everyday transport but other interest, cycling, camping, walking and skirts scuppered the idea and the car remained in storage till 2013 when I sold it to a club member who wanted something to do. At the time it .....
Javalin project, barn find, engine turns over not not yet tried to start it, body in reasonable condition, comes with quantity of spare parts inc windscreen, gear box, and engine parts. Great project but no time for it.