According to club records this six light saloon is probably the first Curlew made, registered in late 1934. It is powered by an economical 907cc water cooled 7 HP flat twin with a four speed gearbox.
This example has spent it’s whole life, until I bought it, in Herefordshire, the mileage of 72,00
This good looking car was built in Bradford in 1952 with what was for the time a high specification. It provides a smooth ride for passengers and is easy to drive in modern traffic conditions, due to all-round torsion bar suspension and rack and pinion steering. The car was rescued by a Jowett enthusiast .....
This wonderful Lady are very rare its build in 1926 as a HP8
in the end of the 30s comes a Talbot Engine inside,in the 40s
a Morris 8HP engine inside in this Time a Cochbuilder from Farnham modifided the Body to a spezial Roadster.
I drive the Jowett on some Classicar ivents.
IAm looking for 996 .....
1920 Jowett 8hp H.O.2 Light car.
Chassis number B2080
Registration number: U3566
Raer & innovative, Jowetts use of a horizontally opposed pair of cylinders set them apart from the competition. IN oder to prove this Jowett sent two cars named "wait" & "see" to west Africa in the 1920's & proceeded .....
Just months after the end of Jowett’s official production run in 1955, this car - chassis no. GCR 7/55 - was bought from the factory in component form and handbuilt by a young engineer with a passion for motorsport. This characterful Rochdale Jupiter has been meticulously converted into a fully FIA-compliant .....
Black, professionally rebuilt engine and gearbox and about 1000 miles since rebuild. Very sound, well shod and serviced every year. 8 years in my ownership and 45 years by engineer owner who gave the car what ever it needed.
Professionally fitted tow bar and electrics.
A competent Javelin which is .....
HERE WE HAVE THE EX WORKS JOWETT JUPITER RI. THE SOLE SURVIVING ONE OF THREE WORKS RACING CARS. THIS IS A UNIQUE PIECE OF ENGLISH LE MANS HISTORY WINNING ITS CLASS AT LE MANS IN 1952 DRIVEN BY MARCEL BECQUART AND GORDON WILKINS. THE CAR WAS FOUND IN BRADFORD ,WHERE THE ORIGINAL FACTORY WAS AND HAS BEEN .....
When did you last see one of these if ever, extremely rare 1936 Jowett 7hp Van. Built at the Idle factory in Bradford, West Yorkshire before the war, once a common sight but very few and probably only a handful exist today. Restored a few years ago both bodily and mechanically. Ready to be sign written .....
In outstanding condition, with driver. Also available for film work.
The car has won many awards and featured in classic car magazines and Cheshire Life. Please note, it's not a self drive hire. I am included in the hire as the driver. Also have a lovely 1955 Mk1 Ford Zodiac.
Hire from £150
New wiring loom
Dennis sparrow engine and gearbox
Reupholstered by ex Bentley upholsterer
New hood, double duck cloth
All chrome excellent
All door shuts excellent
Spare rear axle, and crank shafts
Offers £30000.0 or ONO