Finished in Sage Green over Black Wings with matching Beige Buttoned Leather Trim. Black Hood, Side Screens & Rear Windscreen.
Oxford Registered, FC5905-left the works, Wolverhampton, 17th September 1923, built as a three door body tourer and was delivered to a source unknown, but was then believed to have been stored away on blocks hiding during WWII avoiding the conflict. Sold in 1947 to Moss Tompkins & Co, Bletchley Bucks and had only 9 registered owners since, the most previous having owned it since 1990.
This motor car has been lovingly cared for and coveted over the last 29 years, regularly serviced and expertly maintained with MOT certificates going back to the 1980’s. We have maintained the car most recently and have done for the last 5 years.
This delightful vintage car runs and drives very well indeed, maintaining steady oil pressure and at a nice comfortable temperature. The three speed gearbox moves nice and easily with little effort required. The brakes pull the car up nicely and without issues.
We have many photographs of the vehicle, some nice correspondence, also the owner’s handbook and spare parts list. The buff coloured log book is also present along with a new V5C style form for the new owner.
Please call us to arrange a test drive and for any further information on this car, we are located just north of Preston in the delightful town of Garstang, Lancashire.
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