The Goliath 1100 and later the Hansa 1100 is a small automobile that was manufactured from 1957 to 1961 by the Bremen based Goliath-Werke Borgward & Co, a subsidiary of Borgward. A two-door saloon and a three-door kombi (estate) version were available from launch and a two-door coupe was introduced a year later. For 1959, the Goliath name was dropped and the car was rebadged as the Hansa 1100, recalling Borgward’s prewar model of the same name. The Goliath 1100 replaced the Goliath GP900 and apart from a completely new engine, little had changed. In place of the GP 700’s two-stroke engine, the 1100 featured a water-cooled boxer motor, an engine format taken up by Subaru several years after the demise of the Goliath brand. The Goliath business had been established in 1928 by the entrepreneurial engineer Carl Borgward in partnership with Wilhelm Tecklenburg. The plant had been bombed to destruction during the war, but during the 1950s produced a succession of small front-wheel-drive passenger cars. The Goliath 1100 was the last of these.
Very rare 1905 OTAV 5,5 hp, bodied by Castagna, one cylinder, two spark plugs, two belt drive on the back wheel, original gearbox, air cooled engine, English rare plate, running conditions, full of history and documents (books, magazines, pictures, papers from VCC of England, etc), one of only two surviving .....
Built 1995 from 1988 XR2 donor, standard build in Blue (painted)
Complete, and properly registered as Quantum, but not been on the road since 2000, so in need of restoration. Hood ok but rear window plastic UV degraded. Located in Guildford.
pics to follow, will need trailering .....
The Royale has been owned by ourselves for 11 or more years we purchased it from a fellow wedding car proprietor in Surrey.
The car is factory built and is one of only 60 of this make – Which is an extremely rare car.
The undercarriage has been fully wax oiled and the body is fibre glass so won’t .....
Discovered outside Mosport Raceway (Canada) is what appears to be an early 50s all Aluminum race car!
Purity of form with styling cues from Jaguar C & D, Aston Martin, Maserati and even Ferrari (i.e., splayed front fenders, elongated bonnet, rear hip fenders, "butterfly" dash, tucked rear cowl, perplex .....
1952 Henry J which would make for the perfect patina'd gasser/race car
Shove in a big block. 9" axle and a straight tube to go racing for pinks!
The body is relatively straight with some minor rust issues to the gutters and floor and sports a few dents here and there, just as a racer should look. .....
A beautiful and rare Lasalle 340 coupe from 1930 with nice features such as the Dickey seat and the optional heater system, this coupe model is hard to find nowadays and is a exclusive classic car. It runs and drives very good and has Belgian documents at this moment, before that it came from Sweden.
Made by Jaguar ONE -OFF Factory Expressaly for the Chairman:
SIR.JOHN EGAN !!!
John Egan was born in Coventry, the son of a garage owner and went to Bablake School. He studied petroleum engineering at Imperial College London and subsequently joined Shell in the Middle .....
1928 Peerless 4DR Sedan
..Professional Ground up Restoration
..Won 1st at National AACA in Hershey, PA 1986
..Chocolate Brown Paint
..Black Fenders & Top
..Rarest of the 3 P's /
..Peerless, Packard & Pierce Arrow
..Excellent Running Car
..Excellent Driving Car
..Built by Peerless Motor Company
The engine is of approximately three litres capacity. Engine number SG 4E 292 Chassis number SG 2625.
I have owned the car since 1984 and have traced its history to when it was bought new by Mr Nesbitt of Inverell NSW Australia where I currently live.
The previous owner Harry Cape drove the .....