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Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Car Specialist

Hampshire / Sussex

Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Car Specialist

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    Picture of 1935 Talbot 105 Special - The Hooligan For Sale

    1935 Talbot 105 Special - The Hooligan With a 3 litre engine and a very light body the power to weight ratio makes for vigorous performance with quick changes through the preselector gearbox - We have renamed her 'The Hooligan' Designed by gifted Swiss engineer, Georges Roesch, Talbot motor cars were of very high quality and found favour among a discerning clientele. Talbot’s sporting prowess won them many followers and their successes were numerous. The ‘105’ model, with its 3-litre ...

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    Picture of 1930 Riley 9 Brooklands Evocation built by Allen Clear For Sale

    1930 Riley 9 'Brooklands Evocation' built by Allen Clear The sporting potential of the Riley Nine became evident shortly after its launch, the development of a ‘Speed Model’ was undertaken with initial work by Reid Railton and Parry Thomas. A new much modified chassis was to be used, this being shorter than the standard item and dropped behind the front axle and underslung at the rear. Numerous successes were achieved with these ‘Brooklands’ models, one of the most notable being ...

    Hampshire
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    Picture of 1938 SS Jaguar 2 1/2 litre Sports For Sale

    1938 SS Jaguar 2 1/2 litre Sports We are delighted to present this beautifully crafted pre-war sports car, which has been restored and assembled to the highest standards over a long period by a highly regarded Jaguar restorer, with over forty years of experience working with classic Jaguars. He also has vast experience restoring and re-creating traditional coachwork on cars spanning the period from 1912 to 1939. This car started life as an SS Jaguar 2½ litre saloon in 1938 being registred ...

    Hampshire
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    Picture of 1958 Jensen 541R For Sale

    Arriving mid-April at The Garage 1958 Jensen 541R When tested by 'Autocar' magazine, this powerful four-seater GT earned rave reviews and had a top speed of over 125 mph. It was the fastest four-seater the magazine had ever tested at the time. -Present ownership 24 years -Much history -Considerable recent expenditure For initial enquiries please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945

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    Picture of 1929 Austin Heavy 12/4 Burnham For Sale

    1929 Austin Heavy 12/4 Burnham For many years the Austin 12/4 has been a cornerstone of the Vintage Car movement. Well built, unfailingly reliable and very pleasant to drive, these cars have always been revered. A particularly original example of the ever-popular Austin 12/4, this car was supplied new by George Heath Ltd of Birmingham and registered on 2nd July 1929. There is a list of subsequent owners which follows the car’s life right up to the present day - something that ...

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    Picture of 1948 MG TC Midget For Sale

    1948 MG TC Midget Continuing the theme established with the pre-war TA and TB models, the TC was introduced in 1945 as car production slowly began following the cessation of World War 2. Among the improvements in the new model was a welcome 4” increase in the width of the body. Many MG TC were exported to the United States, gaining a very strong following there. Subsequently a substantial proportion of production of all MG sports cars were to head across the Atlantic as the cars proved ...

    Hampshire
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    Picture of 1935 Riley Imp For Sale

    1935 Riley Imp An exceptional example with Pre-War Competition History Registration: WG 3688 Chassis Number: 6027496 Engine Number: 56020 A thoroughbred in the true sense of the term - the Riley Imp really looked the part with its long bonnet, flowing wings and short tail, making it one of the most striking and iconic sports cars of the period. - Comprehensive history from new and in the hands of a lady owner for 46 years - Major restoration ...

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    Picture of 1934 Riley Nine Special For Sale

    1934 Riley Nine Special Discovered several years ago as a ‘trials special’ in poor condition, this motor car apparently commenced life as a 1934 Riley 9 Kestrel Saloon. There are photographs of the car ‘as found’. More recently it has been reconstructed as a most attractive special with the work being carried out to an exceptional standard by the owner who was understood to be a respected restorer. The stylish aluminium body has been constructed over a new ...

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    Picture of 1923 Rolls-Royce 20hp Tourer For Sale

    1923 Rolls-Royce 20 hp Tourer by Charlesworth Rolls-Royce introduced its new ‘small car’ in 1922, intended for the growing ‘owner driver’ market. Produced alongside the 40/50 Silver Ghost and the successor to the 40/50, the Phantom, it featured a new 6-cylinder OHV engine displacing 3127cc. Earlier models were fitted with two-wheel brakes, whilst the famous Rolls-Royce radiator was notable for having horizontal slats. Presented in first class order, the motor ...

    Hampshire
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    Picture of 1931 Wolseley Hornet Sports For Sale

    1931 Wolseley Hornet Sports Introduced in 1930, the Wolseley Hornet was the car that began the ‘Light Six’ genre. This formula was to prove extremely popular in the first half of the 1930s, as the demand for small cars with smooth running engines with six cylinders grew rapidly. The overhead camshaft Hornet engine displaced 1271cc and was rated at 12hp. The sporting potential of the new Hornet was beyond doubt and the model began to prove its mettle in competition. They also rivalled ...

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    Picture of 1937 Riley Sprite 12/4 Evocation For Sale

    1937 Riley 'Sprite' Evocation (Riley 12/4 Kestrel - Chassis Number: 27K5622) When Riley announced their new ‘Sprite’ model in 1935, they stated “The new Sprite Series of Riley Cars marks a definite forward step in the provision of cars of high performance for the enthusiast”. The Sprite followed on from the illustrious 9hp ‘Imp’ and 6 cylinder ‘MPH’ models, which had proved their mettle on road and track. The Sprite was, in fact, rather an exclusive motor car, with ...

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    Picture of 1933 Riley Nine Kestrel SOLD

    1933 Riley Nine Kestrel Riley pioneered the ‘fastback’ design with the Kestrel, which made its debut at the 1932 Motor Show powered by the 6/12 engine and a 9hp version was soon to follow. The striking ‘Aerolined’ coachwork won many admirers and within a couple of years several other manufacturers were offering saloons with sleeker streamlined design. The Riley Kestrel was to evolve through several permutations and with engine options from 9hp up to 16hp, being available until ...

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    Picture of 1921 Vauxhall 30/98 ‘E’ Type SOLD

    1921 Vauxhall 30/98 ‘E’ Type Since the inception of the VSCC, one of the stalwarts of this hallowed organisation has always been the Vauxhall 30/98. Deserving of its reputation as ‘The Finest of Sporting Cars’. Just before the outbreak of The Great War, the Vauxhall 30/98 made its debut, however, manufacture was to be short-lived as War halted production. In 1919 production was to resume with the 30/98 now being designated ‘E’ Type. To put the model into context, it ...

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    Picture of 1959 Austin-Healey Sprite Mk1 - New Body Shell SOLD

    1959 Austin-Healey Sprite Mk1 - Extensive Restoration with New Body Shell Launched in May 1958 to considerable acclaim, the characterful Austin-Healey Sprite proved a winning formula and gave many enthusiasts their first taste of sports car motoring. Ease of maintenance and frugal fuel consumption were among the endearing characteristics. Few cars have ever offered such fun in a small, charismatic package so it is easy to understand their lasting appeal. First registered in ...

    Hampshire
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    Picture of 1932 Alvis 12/50 TJ Tourer SOLD

    1932 Alvis 12/50 TJ Tourer The Alvis company was founded in 1919 by T G John with motor car production commencing three years later with the ‘10/30’ model. 1924 was to see the launch of what was to become the model that established Alvis as a manufacturer of high-quality sporting cars - the immortal 12/50. The 12/50 enjoyed great success, its 1.5 litre OHV engine proving tough and reliable and more than proving its worth in competition. The example we offer for sale here was supplied ...

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    Picture of 1924 Austin Heavy 12/4 Clifton Tourer SOLD

    1924 Austin 12/4 Clifton Tourer One of the most popular cars of its time, the Austin 12/4 became the byword for dependability. Sturdily built and economical to run, a good number have survived to the present day and are frequently seen at Vintage vehicle meetings and events. This example dates from 1924 and was exported to Australia when new. The rugged qualities of this model ensured a strong demand in the Antipodes, where road conditions frequently left much to be desired. It was discovered ...

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    Picture of 1935 Morris Eight Series 1 - Two Seat Tourer SOLD

    1935 Morris Eight Series 1 - Two Seat Tourer (just arrived and awaiting preparation) Making its debut in September 1934, the Morris Eight was to become one of Britain's most loved small cars. The specification included hydraulic brakes and with the two-seater costing £118, the Eight represented excellent value for money in the highly competitive small car sector of the market. The Morris Eight was to prove remarkably durable, with many examples still providing daily transport right ...

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    Picture of 1955 MG TF - 1500 - in very good condition SOLD

    1955 MG TF 1500 This 1955 MG TF 1500 is in very good all-condition. She was the subject of an extensive refurbishment between 2006-2010 and has covered just a few thousand fair weather miles since. Of smart appearance in metallic dark green, the weather equipment is in light tan mohair. The original interior is in good condition with sound, supple leather and undisturbed dash panel and instruments. The car is a delight to drive: responsive, smooth and vibration free. The ...

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    Picture of 1928 Austin 7 Chummy SOLD

    1928 Austin Seven Chummy This 1928 Chummy - for many years known as ‘Veronica May’ due to her VM registration, was acquired by a Mr J Smyth in 1983 in dismantled state from a restorer of Bentleys and Talbots. By 1985/6 she was restored and back on the road. Another owner acquired her in ‘89, but he passed away soon after this and the car was passed on to his daughter and was stored from ‘89 until 2006. From 2006 until now it would appear that probably no more than around 6,000 ...

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    Picture of 1932 Riley Nine Gamecock SOLD

    1932 Riley Nine Gamecock Reputed to have been named after the RAF’s Gloster Gamecock fighter plane, this sporting two-seater Riley made its debut at the 1931 Olympia Motor Show as part of the new range of models for the 1932 season. The Gamecock attracted considerable interest, with its low-slung styling while the body featured a long tail offering good luggage capacity. The sporting theme was continued with a fold flat windscreen and a rakish, purposeful appearance. The example ...

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    Picture of 1936 Riley Sprite - BKV 88 SOLD

    1936 Riley Sprite - BKV 88 - Pre-war competition history First time offered to market in 56 years Chassis Number: S27S5379 Engine Number: 6950 Date First Registered: 7th October 1936 1.5 litre - 4 cylinders – Pre-selector gearbox The Riley Sprite has always been a highly sought-after model - with a production run of just 55 cars, of which some 50 are known to survive. Formidable performers in their day, famed for their sure-footed, precise ...

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    Picture of 1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ Tourer SOLD

    Just arrived at the Garage and awaiting preparation 1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ Tourer The subject of considerable expenditure in the last two years which included an engine rebuild and rewire. Rebuilt with new body in the late 80s Original engine and running gear Much history including old buff log book dating back to 1951 Full details will be updated shortly along with additional photos. For initial enquiries please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945

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    Picture of 1954 MGA Twin Cam SOLD

    1959 MG Twin Cam A high-performance version of the well-proven MGA, the Twin Cam was offered for just two seasons – 1958-60. Just 2111 were built in both Roadster and Coupe form, so the model has always had an air of exclusivity. Developed from the BMC ‘B’ Series engine as its basis, the Twin Cam power unit boasted 108 bhp, originally having a compression ratio of 9.9:1 (This was eventually lowered to 8.3:1). A contemporary road test by ‘The Motor’ magazine showed ...

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    Picture of 1954 Sunbeam-Talbot Alpine - SOLD

    Arriving late January at The Garage 1954 Sunbeam-Talbot Alpine Formidable in their day - the Alpine was a force to be reckoned with in International rallying - The works team cars (NKV21-NKV26) were tuned by ERA with engines developing 106 bhp. The glamorous image of the Sunbeam-Talbot Alpine was further enhanced when Grace Kelly drove an Alpine in the 1955 Alfred Hitchcock film ‘To Catch a Thief’ This motor car is an excellent specimen of this sought-after model which has won ...

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    Picture of 1928 Riley 9 Drophead Coupe with Dickey SOLD

    1928 Riley 9 Drophead Coupe with Dickey Known to be the earliest surviving Riley 9 two-seater this charming motor car is a true delight featuring, as it does, a host of period accessories. Supplied new on 31st March 1928 to its first owner, a Mr EFG Ball, who was to retain the car for almost 40 years. There is a photograph of the car in 1930 in Brighton. Subsequent ownership is fully documented and the car has had just 7 owners from new. She has been the subject of considerable refurbishment ...

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    Picture of 1938 MG SA Tickford Drop Head Coupe RESERVED SOLD

    1938 MG SA Tickford Drophead Coupe - NOW RESERVED Announced in late 1935 as the MG 2 litre, intended as a rival to the offerings of SS Cars (later to become Jaguar), the initial model was in saloon form with pleasing stylish lines powered by a tuned version of the Wolseley Super Six engine enlarged to 2288cc. A further increase in capacity was to follow in 1937 with the engine now displacing 2322cc. Following the introduction of the saloon, in the spring of 1936 a particularly ...

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    Picture of 1968 Fiat 500 Vignale Gamine - Reserved SOLD

    1968 Fiat 500 Vignale Gamine - rare right hand drive The Fiat 500 has become a true icon in all its forms, having enjoyed a long and illustrious production run of 18 years (the 500 Estate was to continue until 1977). Characterful and quirky, the Gamine model - a tiny two seat roadster - was produced in small numbers and was frequently seen in such places as San Tropez and London’s Kings Road, as they were popular with the ‘trendy set’ at the time. Right hand drive versions ...

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    Picture of 1935 Railton Straight Eight Special SOLD

    1935 Railton Straight Eight Special – 4.2 litre Excellent potential for sprints or hill climbs VSCC eligible The Railton marque was founded in 1933 by Noel Macklin, following his sale of the Invicta company. The business operated from The Fairmile Engineering Company in Cobham, Surrey, with input from Reid Railton, who was famed for his designing of a number of World speed record cars. The first new car to be produced was the Railton Terraplane, based on a Hudson 8 cylinder chassis, the ...

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    Picture of 1924 Humber 8/18 SOLD

    1924 Humber 8/18 A charming Vintage Light Car Very original car in extremely good all round order. Interesting history The Humber has been in the same ownership since 1955 when purchased for £65.00. Owned by an engineer, the car was used as regular transport when he first bought it and was continuously fettled and improved, with a substantial rebuild being carried out in the sixties/seventies. Between 1981-1997, the car was off the road for further work and copious notes supplied ...

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    Picture of 1930 Morris Isis SOLD

    Just arrived at the garage 1930 Morris Isis Making its debut in July 1929, the Isis was the replacement for the previous Morris Six. This new top of the range model featured a pressed steel body by Budd, similar to that used on Dodge and Ruxton models. The 2.5 litre engine gave the car a maximum speed of over 65 mph with excellent fuel consumption; 26 - 28 mpg being quoted. The engine was very similar to that used in the MG 18/80 and the coachwork had a touch of American flair ...

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    Picture of 1933 Alvis Speed 20 ‘SA’ Tourer SOLD

    Our latest consignment has been reserved before she arrives with us on Saturday 28th November! Such has been the interest in this car that we have 5 clients actively seeking a similar car. If you are looking sell or consign your Alvis Speed 20 Tourer then you might like to talk to us first. 1933 Alvis Speed 20 ‘SA’ Tourer A very original car Present owner for 52 years Body by Cross & Ellis Used on many European and UK rallies Maintained over the years by marque ...

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    Picture of 1935 Austin 12/4 Harrow - 2-Seater Tourer with Dickey SOLD

    1935 Austin 12/4 Harrow - 2-Seater Tourer with Dickey - now Reserved The Austin 12 was introduced in 1921 being effectively a scaled down version of the 4-cylinder 20 horsepower model. Available in numerous guises, it became renowned for its ability to withstand hard service and its unfailing reliability with many of the taxi cab versions remaining in commercial use well into the 1950s. Open touring models have always been popular and among the most attractive were the two seat tourers ...

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    Picture of 1953 Riley 2 ½ Litre ‘RMF’ SOLD

    1953 Riley 2 ½ Litre ‘RMF’ When the Riley ‘RM’ Series appeared in 1945 it was met with great enthusiasm – here was an elegant sporting saloon with up to the minute features such as independent front suspension and rack and pinion steering, which remained true to the Riley ethos of old. Available in 1 ½ and 2 ½ Litre versions, these cars were the choice of the connoisseur in their day. The 100 bhp 2 ½ model was highly praised by the motoring press for its fine handling and ...

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    Picture of 1933 Riley Nine Monaco SOLD

    1933 Riley Nine Monaco From its debut at Shelsley Walsh in the Summer of 1926, through until it ceased production towards the end of 1937, the Riley Nine Monaco was to prove a great success and became highly regarded for its high standard of handling and performance. Priced at £298, it was very much the car of choice for the family man who wanted a saloon of this size with sporting inclinations. First registered on 8th April 1933, this Monaco has been in enthusiastic hands for many ...

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    Picture of 1925 Austin Seven ‘Pram-hood’ Chummy - Best Available SOLD

    1925 Austin Seven 'Pram-hood' Chummy - Probably the Best Available Without doubt one of the best early Austin Sevens we’ve come across in recent years, this delightful ‘AC’ series Chummy was in the hands of its previous owner for 55 years. The car underwent a full ‘nut and bolt’ restoration between 2014 - 2015 to show standard. All the original features remain and, remarkably, the upholstery is original and has survived incredibly well over 95 years. The ...

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    Picture of 1934 MG PA – Offered for Restoration SOLD

    1934 MG PA – Offered for Restoration - now Reserved The replacement for the ‘J2’ Midget was introduced in March 1934 as the ‘P’ Series. The most welcome improvement was the new engine, which although still displacing 847cc, had the benefit of three main bearings and a much stronger crankshaft. The lubrication system was also revised, with vastly improved filtration. The cylinder head was also redesigned, as was the gearbox and the rear axle was now stronger. This new model was ...

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    Picture of 1935 MG NB Magnette Cresta - coachwork by E-Bertelli SOLD

    1936 MG ‘NB’ Magnette ‘Cresta’ Tourer - now Reserved The early to mid 1930’s saw a burgeoning demand for small six-cylinder motor cars, due to the quest for smooth running. MG entered this field in 1931 with the ‘F’ Series Magna range, powered by a 1271cc Wolseley Hornet derived engine. The ‘F’ Magna was popular, but a welcome increase of power came with its successor - the ‘L’ Type. The ‘K’ Series Magnette followed with power now boosted to 56 bhp and this engine was ...

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    Picture of 1937 MG TA Original engine & VSCC eligible SOLD

    Just arrived at The Garage 1937 MG TA Original engine & VSCC eligible As featured in the ITV Police Drama ‘Heartbeat’, set in 1960s North Riding, Yorkshire . She is an older restoration, and a good car to use and improve. Original MPJG engine, so VSCC eligible. For initial enquiries please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945 Proud to find new custodians for our Motoring Heritage

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    Picture of 1957 Sunbeam MkIII SOLD

    1957 Sunbeam Mklll The Sunbeam Talbot 90 was to prove highly successful in major rallies and was outright winner of the 1955 Monte Carlo Rally, with similar models placed 9th and 11th. This sporting pedigree was to ensure popularity and the cars gained a loyal following which continues to this day. The 2.3 litre engine gives ample power, ensuring the car can hold its own in modern traffic. The Talbot name was dropped for the last two years of production, with the cars now designated ...

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    Picture of 1936 Riley 15/6 Kestrel SOLD

    1936 Riley 15/6 Kestrel One of the most sought-after Riley saloons, the 6-cylinder Kestrel models have a special appeal to enthusiasts. The destruction of so many saloons over the years by special builders has considerably lessened the number of survivors, and, today, only around 9 original Kestrel 6-cylinder models are believed to exist. The Kestrel design was particularly advanced when it was first seen in late 1932. The nascent years of motor car streamlining produced a variety of styles, ...

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    Picture of 1955 MG TF SOLD

    1955 MG TF - Professional Restoration As the last of the line of the T Series, The MG TF has always had a special appeal to enthusiasts. The sloping radiator and faired-in headlamps gave the car a most pleasing appearance, without diluting the fact that it was still essentially a “traditional” MG. Built between October 1953 and April 1955, a considerable proportion went for export, mostly to North America, as the enormous demand for the previous TD model had really started the MG craze ...

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    Picture of 1956 MGA 1500 Roadster SOLD

    1956 MGA 1500 Roadster Without doubt one of the very best MGAs we have had the pleasure of offering, this Orient Red example is a 1956 model which was imported from California in 1988. Shortly after arrival in the UK she was to undergo a total restoration by a leading specialist to the highest possible standard. There is an album of photographs showing the rebuild in progress, from the acquisition of the car when it was first imported, through to completion. This car was restored ...

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    Picture of 1961 MGA 1600 Mkll Roadster SOLD

    1961 MGA 1600 Mkll Midway through 1961 the MGA underwent several revisions which included the fitment of a larger 1622cc engine, and higher rear axle ratio. Other visual details were the restyled tail lamps, inset radiator grille and vinyl covered dash board. In this guise the MGA continued production until June 1962 when the MGB was introduced. One of the final series of MGAs, this fine-looking Old English White example of the 1600 Mkll was originally an export model and was repatriated ...

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    Picture of 1948 MG TC  SOLD

    1948 MG TC To many MG enthusiasts, the TC is the definitive model of the ‘T’ Series. Still with pre-war appearance and character, but with a few more refinements, including the extra width of the body, giving a less cramped feel in the cockpit. The excellent XPAG Type engine provided brisk acceleration and a top speed of 75 mph - very respectable at that time. Handling was taut and responsive, as was expected from an MG. With some 10.000 examples built between 1945 - 49 and a considerable ...

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    Picture of 1935 Austin 10/4 Colwyn Cabriolet SOLD

    1935 Austin 10/4 Colwyn Cabriolet A best seller in the mid – 1930’s, the Austin 10/4 gained an enviable reputation for economy and dependability Capable of almost 60 mph and with a frugal fuel consumption, it was the car of choice for thousands of families. Today, survivors are catered for by the enthusiastic Austin Ten Drivers’ Club, making these cars a very popular choice as a practical and highly useable small pre-war car. The Colwyn Cabriolet has always been a popular ...

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    Picture of 1969 MG BGT SOLD

    Arriving soon at The Garage 1969 MG BGT * Heritage body shell * 1950 cc engine * 5 speed gearbox * In superb condition * Correctly finished in the period MG colour of primrose For initial enquiries please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945

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    Picture of 2003 Mazda MX5 Montana Limited Edition - 43,345 miles SOLD

    2003 Mazda MX5 Montana Limited Edition - 43,345 miles Whilst this is not the sort of car we usually sell, she came as part of a deal when we bought a Vintage Morris! Very low mileage – just 43,345 miles, supported by full service history including previous MOTs. Just two previous owners. 4 new tyres just fitted and 12-month MOT. MX5 Montana being a limited edition with only 500 examples produced, 250 of which were finished in this attractive colour of Garnet Red over light cream ...

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    Picture of 1949 MG TC - Reserved SOLD

    Arriving soon at The Garage 1949 MG TC Rebuilt in the 1970s with new ash frame, this car was laid up from 1981 until 2016 when it was recommissioned and put back on the road. Much history, dating back to the 1960s. For initial enquiries please call us on 01420-474919 or 07710-364945

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