Car & Classic Dealer

The Motor Shed Ltd

The Motor Shed, Special Repair Shop, Bicester Heritage, Bicester.

OX26 5HA

The Motor Shed Ltd

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  • A quality French motor car in (like all Delage) right-hand drive, ready to enjoy, proper vintage motoring. In super condition throughout, well maintained, no expense spared. Rebuilt engine 2019/20 with under 1000 miles since. Rebuilt gearbox in 2016. Re cored radiator 2013. Suspension refurbished 2019. Electrical system refurbished and up-rated. Brakes relined 2012. Modern seals fitted to rear hubs. Exhauster rebuilt. Stainless steel silencer fitted.

    Oxfordshire
  • A rare 4 seater example of the PB, often regarded as the last "true" M.G. before Morris Motors management insisted on a more conventional engine design for the next model. The PB engine has an overhead camshaft driven through a vertical dynamo and although only 940cc gives an excellent performance with 70 plus top speed from 43 bhp. The 4 speed gearbox has gear positions "reversed" so initial care is needed! Ten years ago this car was a chassis missing many parts, including the engine. ...

    Oxfordshire
  • A super early vintage Sunbeam with full history. Bodied by Cunard of Putney. First owned by the Lord Lieutenant of Glamorganshire , Robert George Windsor-Clive. Recent engine rebuild. 4.5 litre, 6 cylinder, easily capable of cruising at 60 mph. Four speed gearbox & reverse. Recent re-trim. Very sound and eminently drivable. Ready for any journey.

    Oxfordshire
  • Owned for 20 years by her last but one owner. Restored about over 20 years ago, with new body. In excellent condition throughout. Much money recently spent with James Ricketts Engineering on getting her spot-on. Great performance, 60+ mph cruising speed. Full weather equipment, Dickey seat. Handles and brakes well.

    Oxfordshire
  • Built up by the legend that is Don Rawson, his last special, built for himself, but never campaigned. This is the last of 20 cars built. Don has won 3 national championships and was the 750 MC historic champion in 2001/2 and 3. Based on chassis number 246725, a 1936 registered car. Phoenix crank. Pigsty camshaft and springs Renault con rods and pistons C/R gearbox Off-set rear axle. Marshall supercharger Suspension and brakes, a one off work of art! Being set-up at present by CPE.

    Oxfordshire
  • In very nicely restored condition throughout and having a very nice history, these 12/4 Riley's make super transport having the strong 1500 cc twin cam, 4-cylinder engine, which gives a very good performance. The car has the un- fussy 4 speed pre-select gearbox, negating any need for double-de-clutching or slow gear changes. Super history file. Sunshine roof. VSCC eligible.

    Oxfordshire
  • This series I Morgan affectionately known as 'Ethel' was Peter Morgan's personal car. First registered on 6th.October 1937. This car took part in the April 1938 Royal Automobile Club Rally. BWP 44 with chassis number 398, is one of 64 survivors of 912 built. Registered on the 'Morgan Historical Register'.Full weather equipment. Winner 2019- Chilton Hills Rally: Barclays Plc Bank Watford Groupe Cup Class M: Best car 1931 to 1946. Many, many bills for restoration and general up keep.

    Oxfordshire
  • Built by Hamblin in the 1950's on a donor 1937 Austin 7 chassis. Restored in the early 1990's to a very high standard, at a cost just short of £80,000. Excellent history file with bills of restoration, photographs and correspondents. Very quick, 90+ mph and registered for the road. Registered as a 1937 Austin 7. Would suit the shorter driver!

    Oxfordshire
  • KXH935 is in very nice condition throughout and drives as a good Bentley Mk VI should. History known from new, pictured in "A Pride of Bentleys" by John Adams & Ray Roberts, page 191. Supplied new by Jack Barclay Ltd of London to Sir Robert McAlpine in 1949. The car had covered some 300,000 miles by the late 70's, but has since had a total engine rebuild by Rolls Royce & Bentley at Crewe. Only 28 examples of this short wing body were built. Very full history file.

    96,000
    Oxfordshire
  • An extremely good example of the Austin Healey 3000 sports car, a UK market car with full history. Restored totally in the early 1990's by leading Healey experts, engine rebuilt to fast road specification. Approximately 16000 miles since, with MOT's going back to the mid 1980's. Aluminium wings fitted. Photographic record of restoration. Many bills to date. Full weather equipment. This car does drive exceptionally well, with no issues!

    16,000
    Oxfordshire
  • Built in Wolverhampton, Turner made about 670 sports cars, of which 170 were the 950S model. Only 67 of the 950S models are thought to have survived. This car is in left-hand drive form and was exported to the US new, as most were. Raced extensively in the US from new, the Turner is now back in the UK and registered for the road. The car is still prepped for the track and does have quite a performance. Tested by myself on the test track here at Bicester Heritage, and boy this race car has great ...

    Oxfordshire