The 'Arrow' model was the design of a Mr G F Simmonds, who was Secretary of
Cambridge University Automobile Club and required a small car with sporting
lines that was different and distinctive from production models.
Based on the standard Austin Seven chassis, this new car was built by A P
Crompton Ltd of Merton, London. When completed the final product was to such
a high standard that it took second place in the 1929 Brighton Motor Rally
By later in 1929, production was under way, as the first car had attracted
considerable interest. Earliest models were fabric bodied, but this gave way to steel panelled construction, covered in 'Fabrikloid' and now the spare wheel was externally mounted on the tail instead of the very early fitment inside the luggage area. Completed cars were distributed by Normand Garages Limited and a four seater body became available.
Arrow coachwork of various designs was also available on other light cars of
the period, including the Morris Minor, Standard 9 and Wolseley Hornet.
This example dates from 1929 and was registered in January the following
year. It was the subject of an exacting restoration during the 1990s by a
long term owner and is believed to be the earliest survivor and the only one
with the internally fitted spare wheel.
Extensive documentation covers the complete chassis up rebuild to the exact
original design. Smartly finished in dark green and cream, the car has green
leather interior trim and full weather equipment.
A rare and particularly charming version of the much loved Austin Seven, it
is certain to create considerable interest wherever it is seen.
For more information and appointment to view please call details below19 or details below45
This trailer is specially designed for very low sports-cars
Price: on request
- Aluminum chassis
- Electric winch
- Spotlights inside
- Special ‘roof’-openings for Lamborghini’s with wing doors
- Electric loading ramp
- Special storage space
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Very rare 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 .....
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.
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
In our June 8th Auction 2017 Ledbury UK
The current vendor has spent many years researching the marque, and has assembled a good collection of original parts, to be fitted to this 1925 chassis. The chassis itself has been professional straightened and refurbished and has had four new road springs .....
The Solectria Force is an electric car built on a base model Geo Metro (Suzuki Swift). The company built around 400 of these vehicles, buying them in without drivetrain. There is a single speed transmission connected to a 156 volt 3-phase motor. This particular car was bought for a customer from a university .....