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Classic Automobiles World Wide Ltd

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  • 1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible, a stunning example of what is becoming a timeless classic and beautiful touring car with its effortless driving and cruising capability from the silky smooth V12. Finished in the elegant colour scheme of metallic Burgundy with Beige leather. 47000 miles from new with a comprehensive documented service history file. It still features its original Jaguar stereo, desirable Harvey Bailey front brace, new wood work, new mohair hood + headlining and air con overhaul. This ...

    47,000
    London
  • One owner from 1969 until 2014, when the first owner then sold it to his business partner, this Series 2 Coupe was then subject to a nut-and-bolt restoration, with just a few miles been covered since. The condition is excellent throughout, with new Jaguar tan leather sourced for trimming. As you would expect with such a low ownership car, the comprehensive history file contains receipts from new and heritage certificate in which all the numbers, correspond as well as colours and spec. More pictures ...

    London
  • 2000 Bentley Mulliner Azure, beautifully finished in Masons Black with complimentary black hide interior and carpets throughout, with the interior woodwork in an ebony veneer, push button start, side vents a very rare and desirable feature typical to the Mulliner models and the 420BHP engine upgrade. This wonderful example has had just two private owners from new, has covered a mere 50,000 miles with full Bentley service history, and comes complete with all supporting books and documentation.

    52,000
    London
  • - Displayed and purchased new from the Geneva Motor Show in 1977 - Comprehensive history file, including; invoices totalling £80,000 and an incredible service history - 15 stamps from Geneva’s main Rolls-Royce dealer Debuted in 1977, Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II was a result of a variety of improvements to the Rolls-Royce models of the existing Silver Shadow range: most notably rack and pinion steering; modifications to the front suspension improved handling markedly. Externally, the bumpers ...

    136,000
    London
  • 1953 Healey Abbott DHC We have the pleasure to be able to offer this incredibly rare motor car. We are told only 77 Abbott Drophead Coupes were ever made and there are only 33 known survivors. The Donald Healey Motor Company completed its first car in 1945, going into production in Warwick in 1946. The Healey Motor Company first offered the Elliott Sports Saloon and Westland Roadster, both powered by the superb Riley four cylinder 2.4 litre engine. For a short time, it is said the Elliott was the ...

    66,000
    London
  • The Thunderbird ('T-Bird') was manufactured over eleven model generations from 1955 through to 2005. The second to fourth generation Thunderbird convertibles were similar in design to the Lincoln convertible of the time and borrowed from earlier Ford hardtop/convertible designs. While these Thunderbird models had a true convertible soft top, the top was lowered to stow in the boot area, considerably reducing available boot space when the top was down. The overall appearance was a sleek look with ...

    28,000
    London
  • A highly bespoke 1998 Blenheim in its original factory-correct metallic blue finish, with parchment interior and blue piping detail. In 2001 its owner opted for some anterior modifications which brought it in line with the modern aesthetic of the Blenheim type 3. This classic Blenheim has a total mileage of 62,550 and comes with an extensive file history dating back to the year of manufacture - with its repairs carried out by Bristol specialists. The workmanship that has gone into the maintenance ...

    62,000
    London
  • 1981 Porsche 928S, rare manual variation of this 70/80's icon, finished in Grand Prix white, featuring Teledial wheels and Pascha interior one of the best ever featured on a car. Fantastic history file, including stamped service book, old M.O.T's, hand book and a sheaf of bills. The 928 was German over engineering at its best and a practical autobahn stormer tan was the 1978 European car of the year! You tube videos https://youtu.be/X8l2HfA85Tk https://youtu.be/7GQyKUL7uYs

    120,000
    London
  • Renault built 250 Megane Trophy-R models, with 30 coming to the UK. Running a monster turbocharger the two-litre engine served up a good portion of power but, as with many other recent Renault performance hatchbacks, offered very good handling and steering. This example was bought new by the vendor and has formed part of his collection, seeing very little use. It comes with a main dealer invoice (£1789.94) issued in June for maintenance, including replacement catalytic converter and battery.

    750
    London
  • This stunningly-presented XK150 is a genuine righthand drive home market example that has not only been extensively restored and upgraded in recent years, but converted from Fixed to Drophead Coupe coachwork. The original engine has been supplanted by an S specification unit fed by a trio of 2 inch SU carburettors. The motor also benefits from: twin fuel pumps: alternator; high torque starter motor; 4.2-litre water pump conversion; high efficiency radiator core; stainless steel exhaust system; and ...

    21,000
    London
  • 1967 Rolls Royce Mulliner Park Ward 2 door Saloon (pre Corniche). A real rarity and the best Mulliner Park Ward (pre Corniche) we have seen for many years, featuring the chippendale dashboard, CRH3009 has had just 3 owners from new and covered 74,000 miles. Beautifully and sympathetically maintained, originality being preserved as much as possible. As you would expect with such a fine example it has a comprehensive box of history and a beautifully preserved instruction manual. Both a rare model ...

    74,000
    London
  • The Isetta is an Italian-designed microcar built under license in a number of different countries, including Argentina, Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a bubble car, a name also given to other similar vehicles. This particular example is an original British built Isetta and its original buff log book suggests it has spent all of its life here in Hampshire. This beautifully restored example needs ...

    43,198
    London
  • The Zagato Zele 1000, 1500, 2000 (sold in the United States as the Elcar) was an electric microcar with a fiberglass body manufactured by the Italian design company Zagato. Produced 1974–1976, the Zele was an unusual departure from Zagato's famous designs, which had long been known for their beauty and performance. The Zele, however, was high, square cornered and had a low top speed. They were produced in 7 colors (Orange-red, Brown, Dark blue, Pastel blue, White, Green and metal flake Blue) and ...

    London
  • Bentley S1 Standard Steel Saloon Left Hand Drive, delivered brand new 18th March 1959 to Lisbon, Portugal. It was then sold to Sir Roger Gordon Fry The President of Kings Group of British International Schools, who purchased it for his residence in Madrid where it has resided until now. Finished in the classic colour scheme of Sand and Sable and featuring power steering as well as air conditioning. One of the best and most original S1's we have seen in a long time having been maintained throughout ...

    129,000
    London
  • Launched in 1929, the manageable Rolls-Royce 20/25hp model quickly drew praise from around the world, Autocar noting that it had 'great refinement of power, and a gentleness and quietness in doing its work, which makes results deceptive'. This example, with highly desirable Sedanca de Ville coachwork by Park Ward, was commissioned by Sir Stratti Ralli, of Upper Brook Street W1 for his wife, Lady Ralli. With the chassis tested by the factory in early November 1931, the handsome coachwork was completed ...

    84,000
    London
  • 1967 Jaguar Mk2 340 Automatic. Beautifully restored and fully sorted, featuring the usual sensible upgrades of power steering, full length Webasto Sunroof etc. Finished in striking Carmen Red with contrasting Biscuit leather and sitting on chrome wire wheels. Ready for summer. Please visit our website for more pictures and youtube videos.

    56,000
    London
  • 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversario, the most Iconic super cars swan song, the 25th Anniversario lays claim to be the best handling and performing of the Countach range. Named to honour the company's twenty-fifth anniversary in 1988, the 25th Anniversario Countach, although mechanically very similar to the 5000QV, sported considerable restyling done by Horacio Pagani. Notably, enlargement and extension of the rear 'air-box' intake-ducts was among other refinements undertaken (extending them ...

    28,000
    London
  • 1980 Bristol 412 Series 2 Convertible styled by Carrozzeria Zagato, with whom Antony Crook, MD of Bristol Cars had a close working relationship, this 140mph fast touring car featured a removable Targa top as well as Convertible features.. Making a clean break from the traditional Bristol look whilst retaining its predecessors chassis, Bristol produced a beautifully hand-built aluminium body with sumptuous leather interior and walnut veneer dash catering for those individuals who wanted a truly exclusive ...

    66,800
    London
  • 1998 Rolls Royce (factory) Touring Limousine by Mulliner Park Ward, 7200 miles with 1 titled owner. Built to custom specification at immense cost. Being a 1998 it features the more desirable door configuration and Rolls Royce Turbo engine. Beautifully appointed Rolls Royce factory built Touring Limousine. You Tube Videos. https://youtu.be/VrPq_G_V25I https://youtu.be/wRQoRT2pLTQ

    7,200
    London
  • 1988 Bentley Continental, Left hand drive, Finished in elegant light metallic blue with a Parchment piped blue interior and dark Blue mohair roof, this exceptional example has covered just 65,000 miles from new and has 3 folders of a meticulous and comprehensive service history, which led it to becoming a Concours RROC First Prize winner.

    65,000
    London
  • Chassis CCL73 was ordered through H.A. Fox for Viscount Furness of Furness Enterprises London SW1. Just 40 SCT100 4 door Saloons were built and of that 40 only 10 were built without division making this a beautiful owner driver motor car. Unusual features include flag holders in the front wings and rear bumper mounted picnic stools. In 1975 CCL73 was shipped to Canada where it would extensively take part in shows, winning numerous awards in Canada and the U.S.A all of which are documented in it's ...

    82,000
    London
  • The Reventon is one of the most exclusive cars in the world, styled in the most extreme way to imitate that of a F22 Fighter Jet and finished in Matt Grey. The cabin is Black and Green leather/Alcantara and features bespoke TFT digital screen again following the principal design from that of military aircraft giving the Reventon a unique feel to any other car. First Registered October 2008, Chassis no.18, 2 Owners, 2,760 KM, Left Hand Drive, Carbon Fibre Body, 661 BHP, 205mph Top Speed, 0-62 in ...

    2,760
    London
  • 1950 Bentley MkVI 4.25 Stream Lined Sports Saloon by Park Ward, described by Rolls Royce as "The Silent Sports Car" this Crewe built Bentley has the very rare 4-Door stream lined aluminium Park Ward coachwork. Originally delivered to Hubert Stein a textile manufacturer in Manchester, chassis B93GT was ordered with a number of interesting features, electric rear window blind, push button electric windows (1950!) and not one but two cocktail cabinets. B93GT also features a sliding sunroof and its ...

    99,227
    London
  • Chassis GEX77 started off life as a Hooper enclosed limousine for Sir Louis Pearson of Nottingham. At some stage during the 50/60's this body was replaced with a Woody Shooting brake style body and then in 1973/4 GEX77 was purchased by Neil Young of Crosby Stills and Nash Fame at Antiques World in Fulham, London. During his ownership he was photographed on numerous occasions in and around London and used GEX77 extensively to travel up and down the U.K. and even as far a field as the Netherlands ...

    4,000
    London
  • Driven by Edgar Wren as a promotional car to secure new orders of the 20hp model The first prototype Austin Twenty began to take shape in the chassis-erecting shop at Longbridge during 1917 and an abridged specification was published in that September’s issue of The Austin Advocate magazine. Like the Hudson Super Six, the newcomer featured a substantial ladder frame chassis equipped with all-round semi-elliptic leaf-sprung suspension, rear wheel brakes, an engine of monobloc construction with ...

    6,842
    London
  • 1965 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MKIII WORKS REPLICA RALLY CAR REGISTRATION NO. SPY 283C CHASSIS NO. H-BJ8/31335 *Upgraded in 1990/1991 by Maurice Jennings of SRS Motorsport *200bhp SRS/Welch motor (recently rebuilt) *Used sparingly *Exceptional specification *Full FIVA and MSA documents Footnotes This Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII was rebuilt in 1990/1991 for historic circuit racer Phil Buck to go rallying. A substantial amount of the body and chassis was renewed in aluminium in a no-expense-spared ...

    14,438
    London
  • 1980 Mercedes 450SLC, 4 owners and 57,000 miles from new. Huge investment with Marque specialist bringing it up to the beautiful condition you see it in today. As well as current history it comes with previous history from its former owners, MOT's from new and full compliment of hand books. Now becoming a rare car and even rarer in this condition with this level of expenditure. Please visit our website for more pictures, videos and details.

    57,000
    London
  • 932 Bentley 8 Litre short chassis coupe by Mayfair Carriage Company of West Kilburn. An extremely rare short chassis model in truly magnificent condition. With all numbers matching and original registration number, GX8867 was the last but one W.O Bentley car built, Supplied new to a Mr C.G Heywood, who after a short while sold it to a director of the Bristol Aeroplane company. Subsequently purchase by Captain Blundell R.N who took on the restoration. It went on to win a prize at the BDC owners ...

    London
  • 1962 Bentley S2 Continental Flying Spur by H.J. Mulliner. the quintessential and most elegant post war Sports Saloon, in the same ownership since the 1970s. Mechanically maintained to a high standard, recent re-spray, carpets and wood re-finished. Comes with original Handbook and some service history from P&A Wood. Number plate available by separate negotiation. An excellent original flying Spur in beautiful condition.

    113,000
    London
  • Golden Glory" is a beautiful 30ft slipper launch built by Andrews of Bourne End Circa 1930. The cockpit layout is the traditional style of bench seat across the stern with two Lloyd Loom chairs at helm. This launch is for sale complete with overall cover supported on three stainless steel hoops, convertible canopy and cushions for all seating. She also features a number of interesting period details including Jaeger dash instruments, chrome plated Beeriot search light mounted on the foredeck ...

    London
  • A faithful recreation of a W.O. Bentley Speed Six, based on a 1933 Rolls Royce 20-25 chassis and using a sporty free revving 1952 4.5 litre R-type engine, gearbox and diff making for 100mph + performance. Exciting and very easy to drive with beautifully weighted steering and controls, including hydraulic servo assisted brakes. Photographic build and history. Excellent attention to detail and ready for summer.

    7,772
    London
  • Citroen DS 23 Safari, 55,000 miles from new with 3 owners, beautiful original condition finished in Brun Scarabee with Brown interior. The DS23 features the bigger 2.3 engine and 5 speed gearbox making it both the best driving and most practical. Really well cared for and maintained, it come with an excellent service history, suspension, brakes, electrics all first class, and will be sold with full years MOT, even though it is exempt. No road tax is payable on this car, its free. An automotive master ...

    55,000
    London
  • First registered on 2nd September 1954 in Surrey, this Swallow Doretti has continuous history from then until the 1970s, during which time it resided in England, Scotland, and the Channel Islands. The buff continuation logbook covering the period 1964 to 1971 is on file. 'VPF 228' appears to have been put into storage for at least 20 years before its bodywork received some restorative attention in the 2000s. The current owner, a former Standard-Triumph employee and retired engineer, acquired ...

    60,998
    London
  • Originally built as a Mulliner Park Ward convertible in 1966. In 1971 chassis BC118XE then owner decided he wished it was a four door convertible with more interesting and unusual coachwork to match his other Bentleys (including a Speed Six which he had re-bodied to his own design.) The work was entrusted to "FLM Panelcraft" who constructed the lightweight all aluminium coachwork with fully disappearing power hood to the owners design in the extravagant style of Chapron. It was used until 1978 ...

    109,000
    London
  • 1957 Mercedes 190SL, this left hand drive Mercedes-Benz has been imported into the UK after long term ownership in Spain. Finished in its striking and correct period Grey Blue (DB 166) and dark blue interior with a delightful patina, even the original Blaupunkt radio is present. The blue hood is in excellent condition. The 190SL with its flowing elegant lines is a timeless design and can easily lay claim to be one of the most beautiful cars ever built. Please visit our website for more pictures, ...

    95,000
    London
  • A very attractive and well cared for 1965 Chevy Corvair Monza 2 door pillarless coupe. A stylish 60's coupe and a break from the norm in that these are fitted with a 2.7 rear mounted air cooled flat 6. Finished in Evening Orchid with white vinyl interior. Never welded and the sills are arrow straight with no jacking damage. Paint could be better (flat), drives very well. Jay Leno loves these!

    109,000
    London
  • 1989 Mercedes Benz 560 SL. This is a California car with absolutely no rust and an original 117k. The original owner was a doctor who purchased the car new. It was his baby which he drove only on the weekends. He passed a few years ago and the family kept it for sentimental reasons until it was sold to its second owner. The second owner had it sat in a garage for the 5 years and had all major gaskets changed - including rear main seal gasket for the transmission. Transmission was flushed and serviced. ...

    117,000
    London
  • One of the most important cars in Bentley history, the Turbo put Bentley back on the map and in fashion. A fast high performance Saloon with a level of luxury never seen before and built the traditional Bentley way. This example is particularly rare in that it has covered a mere 27,000 miles from new. Recently serviced at Jack Barclay's and ready to enjoy.

    27,400
    London
  • n unusual departure for a firm more noted for its stately limousines, the SP250 sports car was Daimler's final fling before its acquisition by Jaguar. Aimed at the North American market and launched in 1959, the SP250 employed a separate ladder-type chassis on which sat controversially styled fibreglass coachwork manufactured by Daimler themselves. Four-wheel disc brakes were an unusual feature at the time but unquestionably the cars biggest virtue was its magnificent 2.5-litre V8 engine. An outstandingly ...

    46,000
    London