I’ve been in business working with classic cars for over 30 years. Mostly, my experience is with classic British sports cars from the 1950s onwards, such as Jaguar, Aston Martin, AC, Austin Healey, Lotus, Triumph, MG, Morgan, but over the years I’ve also dealt with a diverse selection of other models from the likes of Mercedes, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, etc.
Please take a look at my website where you can find much more information about the range of services I offer: I buy, sell, repair, transport, inspect and appraise. As well as the usual services, I can offer modifications, upgrades, power steering conversions, auto to manual conversions, left to right hand drive (or vice-versa) and more.
The pictures above show just a small selection from some of the fantastic cars I’ve been fortunate enough to deal with. As a genuine classic car enthusiast, it gives me great satisfaction to work on some of these iconic models. The Jaguars shown represent just a tiny fraction of the E Types, XKs, Mark 2s, XJs, etc, that I've dealt with. You can find much more info on the website, so please do take a look. I’m happy to take on unfinished projects, so if you’ve simply run out of time, enthusiasm, or maybe a little of both, then I may be able to help – if you’ve really fell out with it, I may even buy it!
I have a close association with a local trim specialist who specialises in classic cars, so he can help you with any trim related requests. He's carried out full re-trims on various Astons, Jaguars, Ferraris, Mercedes, etc, but is also happy to carry out repairs, part re-trims or whatever you need. He carried out the full re-trim of the green XK 120 shown in the last photo above.
So, if you have something you’d like to discuss, whatever it may be, just contact me through this ad or find all of my contact details on the website.
Sold new by Bryson Industries of Sydney on the 8th of August 1972 this Australian delivered Series 3 V12 Manual E-Type Coupe is in very good condition inside and out. Having been in long term storage this unrestored example presents and drives extremely well and comes with original service record and .....
LHD E Type Roadster Manual 4.2L Series II. 71,000 Miles. VIN No:1R10184.Before its import to UK, this car has spent its entire life since brand new in the Dryer Southern States of USA. Body in excellent condition; (no rust), but a general re-commission is being undertaken now, so it will be in 9 out .....
YES ONE OWNER (original log book)
Undergoing complete restoration,1 owner from new 45k miles ,Uk car all matching nos, The body has been completely restored, new floors inner and outer sills,boot floor,new doors, rear wings, all to a very high standard,
All panel gaps are perfect ready for seam sealing .....
1962 E Type 3.8 Litre OTS Left Hand Drive
Chassis Number: 878550
Registration number: TBA
A stunning brand new E type fresh from restoration & with just 250 shakedown miles completed. This car shipped to New York in November of 1962 & is finished in its original colour of opalescent gunmetal .....
FOR SALE IS THE WELL KNOWN V12 RACING E-TYPE JAGUAR CAMPAIGNED BY MALCOLM HAMILTON AND ROB BEERE FROM 1988 UNTIL 2001. THIS 700+BHP MONSTER ACHIEVED THE TITLE OF THE WORLDS FASTEST E TYPE AND ALSO BECAME KNOWN AS 'THE BEAST' BECAUSE OF ITS ENORMOUS HORSEPOWER AND SPEED. IT IS BUILT TO VIRTUALLY TWR .....
Absolutely beautiful series 3 E type V12 convertible ( lhd) with hard top in the best colour combination of metallic silver and russet red upholstery. Manufactured late in 1974, so one of the very last .
Fully restored. back to bare metal repaint 2006 the original body is absolutely perfect and .....
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Vehicle Make: Jaguar
Model: Series 1 E-Type
Date of Manufacture: 18th February 1964
Exterior Colour: Old English White
Interior Colour: Red
Engine: 3.8 Litre Straight-Six
Gearbox: 5 Speed
Body Type: Drop Head Coupe - Roadster
1964 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe RHD finished in Primrose Yellow with a black hide interior and carpets and fitted with all round Sundym glass, chrome wires and the original Motorola radio. This UK supplied RHD example had one airline pilot owner from May 1964 to October 1968 having covered just .....