Without doubt one of the prettiest of all open Riley Nine models, the 2 door
Lynx, with disappearing hood was built for just one season and produced from
October 1932 until September 1933. With its deep cutaway doors and rakish
style, this has always been a highly sought after model.
This particular example is certainly one of the best of this model in
existence. Restored by Barrie Gillies between 1988 - 92, it was in the hands
of one owner from 1957 until his death in 2002. Originally resident in
Ireland, the car came to London in 1950, hence the registration number from
Previously owned by ourselves between 2006 - 2009, we prepared the car to
concours standard and it achieved awards at the Riley Register Coventry
Rally in 2007 and 2008. It was then sold to a gentleman in Warwickshire who
only covered a small mileage. We re-acquired the car this year and recommissioned it and it is once again in exceptional condition. It has also recently
attended a couple of events where it has been greatly admired.
Known to the Riley Register since 1957, there is history and photographs dating back over 60
years and a vast amount of paperwork included.
A rare opportunity to own a fine example of this delightful model.
This beautifully rebuilt Riley RME Saloon is a very special car, ideal for shows, rallies and events. TPE 107 has driven over to us faultlessly from Cottingham and has spent the past 19 months with.....
The Riley 9 was a middle class car which Riley launched in 1926 with the first model being the Riley 9 Monaco. We understand this Riley 9 to be carrying a ‘special’ bodywork with close similarities.....
Recently completed and now wonderful to drive. The Riley has a rebuilt Merlin 9 engine and ENV preselector gearbox. The brakes are actually quite good for a 9, stopping the car quickly with no fuss......