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1927 Alvis TG 12/50 Three-quarter Coupe - live video available Of the many varied styles of coachwork available on the Alvis 12/50, without doubt one of the most charming and comfortable was the .....

Just arrived at The Garage: 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 .....

1930 Alvis Silver Eagle 16.95 Clubman DHC The first six-cylinder model from Alvis made its appearance in 1927. The 14.75 Six displaced 1870cc and offered flexibility and smooth running. These .....

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 .....

1938 Riley 16/4 Special 1938 Riley 16/4 Special built on 12/4 Adelphi chassis 28AX7593 shortened and underslung at the rear similar to a Sprite. Runs on the 1938 Riley wide-track axles with large .....

1932 Riley 9 Gamecock - Present owner over 20 years 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 .....

Austin 7 Arrow Competition ‘65’ Of the numerous styles of sporting coachwork available on the Austin Seven, among the most handsome were those by A P Compton’s Arrow Coachworks, of Hanwell, .....

1954 EMW 327 Cabriolet The acquisition of the Dixi works at Eisenach in 1928 was to provide BMW, previously a manufacturer of aero engines and motorcycles, with a foothold in motor manufacturing. The .....

1937 Riley Lynx-Sprite - Major professional restoration Following its introduction in the Autumn of 1934, the 12/4 Lynx was to prove very popular, being a comfortable 4 seat tourer with sporting .....

1938 Morris Eight Series II Four Seat Tourer Making its debut in September 1934, the Morris Eight was the replacement for the original 8hp Minor. Powered by a 918cc sidevalve engine, the .....

1933 MG L1 Magna Following the highly successful ‘My Type Midget, MG were to introduce a new line of small 6-cylinder models commencing with the ‘F’ Type Magna, which was powered by a 1271cc .....

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 .....

1929 Humber 16/50 saloon - Award Winning Car Quality emanates from this beautiful 1929 Humber 16/50. With less than 64,000 miles covered in her 91 years - she has won several awards and represents .....

1933 MG ‘L’ Type Magna Following on from the well-received ‘F-Type’ Magna which had appeared in 1931, the ‘L’ Type appeared in the Spring of 1933. The new, improved Magna used the .....

1950 Citroen Light 15 - Slough Built RHD The Citroen ‘Traction Avant’ as it was known in its native land, was a ground breaking design when it appeared in 1934. It was to become an integral .....

1947 Alvis Duncan Coupe During the Second World War, the Alvis factory had been a major defence contractor, however, the entire works was to suffer serious damage during a bombing raid on the night .....

1929 Austin Seven Chummy This 1929 Chummy has been in the hands of its last owner for the past 33 years. It has seen little use during the past few years, however the radiator hoses have just been .....

1934 Austin 7 Arrow Foursome Sports Tourer Arrow Coachworks were based at Hanwell, London and built attractive sporting coachwork for a number of light car chassis. Several styles were available on .....

1960 MGA 1600 Roadster – current ownership for 25 years The replacement for the MG TF appeared in September 1955 in the form of the curvaceous all new MGA. The early versions were powered by a 1500cc .....

1929 Austin 12/4 Burnham Saloon - Excellent Example One of the most recognised and fondly remembered Vintage motor cars, the Austin 12/4 has been a firm favourite for many enthusiasts who require .....

1932 MG 'M' Type Midget - current VSCC Buff Form Launched at the 1928 Motor Show, the M Type, based on the contemporary Morris Minor, was to prove an instant success. Powered by the 847cc overhead .....

1928 Austin 7 Chummy - Concours Winner Needing little in the way of introduction, the Austin 7 of the Vintage period has special appeal to enthusiasts of all ages. In total over 290,00

1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ Atlantic Saloon – Coachwork by Carbodies A delightful example of the much-loved 12/50, this motor car is one of the final ‘TJ’ Series models. Chassis number 9074, it .....

1936 MG VA Saloon - Significant History- Olympia Motor Show Car Introduced for 1937, the VA series - or One and a Half Litre as it was officially known, was to be the replacement for the NB Series .....

1938 Riley 16/ 4 Big Four Lynx Tourer Riley pinned high hopes on the new ‘Big Four’ 16hp ‘Blue Streak’ range introduced in 1937, as the anticipated success had not come about for the Riley .....

1925 Humber 12/25 Tourer Always renowned for their quality offerings, Humber were to make major changes in 1923 with the introduction of a new range of engines using inlet over exhaust valves. .....

1933 Austin Ten Cabriolet Almost certainly the most versatile version of the highly successful Austin 10/4 range was the Cabriolet which was to appear .....
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1924 Austin 12/4 Clifton Tourer Arriving soon at The Garage - 1924 Austin 12/4 Clifton Tourer - a very genuine exampe of this highly regarded model. For more information or to arrange an appointment .....

1947 Sunbeam Talbot 2 litre Drop Head Coupe - Master Class Concours Winner Produced between 1939 - 1948, the Sunbeam-Talbot 2 Litre was available as a Sports Saloon, four seat Tourer and Foursome Drophead .....

1937 Alvis 12/70 with 4 light Sports Saloon coachwork by Mulliner of Birmingham A comparatively rare model, the Alvis 12/70 was produced from September 1937 until early 1940, with a run of just .....

1938 Austin Ten Conway Cabriolet Now a very rare model, this 1938 Conway Cabriolet is one only around a dozen recorded survivors and is probably the most correct and original example in existence. .....

1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ 'Beetleback' First appearing in 1923, the Alvis 12/50 was to prove extremely successful and today is one of the most highly regarded cars of the Vintage period. The combination .....

1958 MGA Roadster - last owner 21 years This MGA Roadster - is an older restoration extensively rebuilt early 1990s, imported to the UK and converted to RHD. Whilst in the USA a 3 bearing MGB .....

1959 Triumph TR3A One of the most loved British Sports Cars of its period, the TR3 superseded the earlier TR2 in October 1955. In mid-1957 came an update with the car now being referred to as .....

1958 MG Magnette ZB - MGB Engine & 5 speed gearbox Featuring unitary construction for the first time in an MG saloon, the Magnette was a most handsome motor car, with its Italian inspired styling from .....

1932 Riley Nine Gamecock Arriving at The Garage towards the end of January 2020 - this 1932 Nine Gamecock is a very good example that has benefited from considerable expenditure in the last few years .....

1938 Riley 12/4 Six-Light Kestrel Saloon A thoroughly pleasing example of the beautifully proportioned six-light Riley 12/4 Kestrel, this car is particularly rare being one of the final series .....

1931 Riley Alpine 14/6 Fabric Saloon - Delectable and Rare The six cylinder Riley models first appeared in 1929, with the engine being essentially a Nine with two additional cylinders . Initially .....

1923 Austin 12/4 Tourer Probably one of the most widely-recognised of Vintage motor cars, due in no small part to the 'Gumdrop' stories for children by Val Biro, the Austin Twelve Four has survived .....

1937 MG TA - Excellent restored example with MG Registration The replacement for the ‘PB’ Series Midget came in the form of the all - new ‘T’ Series model midway through 1936 This was an entirely .....

1930 Austin 20/6 Ranelagh Landaulette The Austin 20 was original introduced in April 1919 in four-cylinder form. A number of coachwork styles were available and when fitted with light sporting bodywork .....

1932 Austin 7 'RP' De Luxe Saloon - Previous Concours Winner Affectionately known as ‘Flossie’, this fine example of the ‘RP’ saloon was first registered in Portsmouth on 15th October 1932. The .....

1968 MGC GT - Automatic - Only 61,000 miles from new Produced between October 1967 and August 1969 with a total run of 8,999, split more or less equally between Roadsters and GTs, the MGC, with .....

1924 AC Royal 11.9 two seat Tourer with Dickey Seat AC had existed from 1907 as manufacturers of three-wheel trades vehicles before moving to produce more conventional vehicles just prior to the Great .....

1932 MG 'M' Type Midget - VSCC Eligible Launched at the 1928 Motor Show, the M Type, based on the contemporary Morris Minor, was to prove an instant success. Powered by the 847cc overhead cam engine .....

1930 MG 'M' Type 12/12 Le Mans Replica The ‘M’ Type MG Midget proved an instant success following its introduction in 1929. With a price tag of £185 and a rakish pointed tail, it was remarkable .....

1929 Austin 7 'AD' Chummy The subject of a professional restoration completed in 2013, this example of the immortal Austin Seven Chummy was first registered in Devon on 9th July 1929. Attractively .....

1931 Austin 7 'AF' Tourer - Show Standard Introduced in mid-1930, the 'AF' Series was the last of the Austin 7 Tourers to use the 'Chummy' style body with small doors and aluminium coachwork. .....

1930 Alvis Silver Eagle 16.95 TB Four Seat Tourer This fine Silver Eagle was supplied to its first owner in June 1930. It was to remain in the original ownership for many years, before being passed .....

1969 MG Midget Mklll (pre-face lift model) A particularly fine example of this highly sought after model, this MG Midget Mklll is one of the last of this series before the ‘facelift’ which .....

1968 MGB GT – Rebuilt with Heritage Bodyshell There can be little doubt that the MGB GT is one of the most versatile and practical of all classic MG models with excellent luggage carrying capacity .....

1958 MG Magnette ZB Varitone - Just arrived at The Garage and awaiting preparation The ‘Z’ Series MG Magnette was produced from 1953 - 59, with a total production run of 36,600. .....

1959 Austin-Healey 100/6 (fitted with 3000 engine) The replacement for the original Austin-Healey 100, the new six cylinder 100/6 was to make its debut in 1956. Featuring a longer wheelbase .....

1935 Triumph Gloria G12 Coupe - Former concours winner Between 1934 - 1938 Triumph produced a broad range of Gloria sporting saloons, coupes and two seaters. Power came from Coventry Climax engines .....

1947 MG TC – Presented to Concours standard Presented in exceptional order throughout, this superb TC is sure to please the most fastidious purchaser To many MG enthusiasts, the TC is the definitive .....

1928 Austin Seven 'R' Type 'Top Hat Saloon' - fully restored This 'Top-Hat' Austin 7 was acquired 30 years ago from a family who had owned her for a great many years - being just the second owners .....

1968 MGC Roadster - bare shell rebuild With just 8,999 examples built over just two years, with a more or less equal split between Roadsters and GT models, the MGC has never been a particularly common .....

1961 Jensen 541S - Very low mileage 1 of 20 Manual/Overdrive The ultimate development of the sleek and exclusive Jensen 541, the 'S' model featured .....
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1950 MG TD - restored to show standard At its introduction in January 1950 the MG TD represented a major step forward compared to its predecessor. Although still retaining ' traditional sports car .....

1936 Riley Adelphi - present owner 55 years The Adelphi was introduced late in 1935 for the ’36 season as the replacement for the former Stelvio model. A stylish 5 seater saloon, it was available .....

1926 Austin Seven Chummy A delightful example of the much-loved Austin Chummy, this car has been the subject of much restoration work during the past 10 years and has been well maintained to ensure .....

1934 MG PA Airline Coupe The MG P-Type was the replacement for the successful J2 Midget. Making its debut in 1934, the P-Type featured an improved engine with a 3 bearing crankshaft. The chassis .....

1952 Riley RMA Despite becoming part of the Nuffield Organisation in 1938, the Riley models that followed immediately after the Second World War were to remain true to the Riley ethos. Designated .....

1930 Riley 9 Mk lV Tourer - Excellent provenance Vintage models of the Riley 9 have always been highly regarded and sought after. The Mk1V fabric bodied tourer particularly so, being light, nimble .....

1932 Riley Monaco - considerable expenditure excellent throughout Making its debut at Shelsley Walsh in 1926 the Riley Monaco was a ground breaking step in small car design with its highly efficient .....

1931 Austin Seven 'RM' Saloon The ‘RM’ Series Austin 7 was introduced on the 7thJanuary 1931 and this example has had only 5 former owners since new. The original owner had the car for 64 years .....

In the present ownership for the past seventeen years, this 1959 ‘Frogeye’ Sprite was restored to a high standard some years ago and has only covered around 1000 miles since. Correctly finished .....

1951 Bentley MkV1 Sports Special Making its first appearance in 1946 Bentley MkVl was fitted with pressed steel coachwork, athough it was still available in chassis form to be clothed by independent .....

1933 Riley Nine Lynx – (disappearing hood model) This example of the sought after ‘disappearing-hood’ Lynx Nine has been known to us for some years. It spent some 30 years in Holland, .....

1937 Austin 7 'AAL' Four Seat Tourer The final version of the Austin 7 Tourer was the AAL series, which ran from August 1936 until production of all .....
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1928 Austin 16/6 Five Seat Tourer The larger Austin motor cars of the 1920s were noted for their reliability and rugged qualities and it was these features that made them popular in the Antipodes, .....

1931 Sunbeam 23.8 hp Weymann Bodied Sports Saloon Arriving with us soon - this fine 1931 Sunbeam 23.8 hp Weymann Bodied Sports Saloon. Full details and photographs/video will be uploaded as .....

1932 Alvis Speed 20 SA Four Seat Tourer by Cross & Ellis One of the most sought after and highly regarded British motor cars from the immediate post vintage period is the Alvis Speed 20. Making .....

1929 Austin 16/6 Burnham Saloon – very original and correct Introduced in late 1927 as the Sixteen Light Six, this new model was to effectively bridge the gap between the well-established .....

1949 Morris Minor Series MM Tourer - The earliest survivor in the UK Presented in exceptional condition and to correct specification throughout, this .....
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1934 Austin 10/4 Cabriolet Almost certainly the most versatile version of the highly successful Austin 10/4 range was the Cabriolet which was to appear .....
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1931 Sunbeam 23.8 hp Weymann Sports Saloon The Sunbeam name was registered in 1888 by John Marston for his cycle manufacturing business in Wolverhampton. By 1901 motor car manufacture had begun and .....

1951 Lea-Francis 2.5 litre Sports - Rare & Desirable Another famous Coventry manufacturer with its origins in the cycle industry, Lea Francis was founded .....
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1960 Austin-Healey Sprite Mk 1 - original RHD A genuine UK RHD example of the iconic Frogeye Sprite, this car was originally fully restored in the late 1990s and has been meticulously maintained since. .....

1936 MG VA Saloon - Significant History- Olympia Motor Show Car Introduced for 1937, the VA series - or One and a Half Litre as it was officially known, was to be the replacement for the NB Series .....

1932 Alvis 12/60 TL Four Seat Tourer Commencing production in 1923 and making a successful competition debut the same year, the Alvis 12/50 was to become highly regarded by the sporting motorists of .....

1936 Railton Straight Eight Special 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 .....

1937 Riley 12/4 Kestrel Continuing the streamline theme, which Riley had established with the introduction of the Kestrel at the 1932 Motor Show, the body style was revised with the new ‘six light’ .....

Without a doubt, one of the most loved and iconic small cars, the Fiat 500 (the replacement for the original Topolino) enjoyed a production run of 18 years during which time 3.9 million were produced. .....

1936 Riley 12/4 Merlin Saloon Introduced late 1935 with an all steel body, of similar shape to the Falcon - the Merlin was to be targeted at the family motorist seeking a quality mid-sized car. The .....

1930 Austin 7 Boat Tail Two Seater Tourer One of the most appealing models of all Austin Sevens must surely be the Boat Tail 2 seater produced from 1929 - 32. Distinctive ‘semi fabric’ styling .....

1937 MG TA The replacement for the PB Midget came in the form of the new TA in 1936. An evolution of the previous model it was some 3 inches wider in its track and the wheel base was increased by .....

1935 Morris Eight Pre-Series Two Seat Tourer - One of the best available Introduced late 1934 the Morris 8 featured an up to the minute specification which included hydraulic brakes. Available in .....

1935 Austin Seven Pearl Cabriolet - early 'AC' model Based on the Ruby, which appeared in August 1934, the Pearl Cabriolet was an attractive and versatile model which offered the convenience and comfort .....

1958 Rover 75 P4 The Rover P4 series appeared in 1949 and was a striking departure from the essentially pre-war style of its predecessor. Running through varoius series and engine sizes until 1964 .....

1960 MGA MK1 1600 Roadster - Superb example One of the best looking sports cars of its era, the MGA featured curvacous styling which won numerous admirers. Representing a major leap forward in design .....

1935 Morris Eight Two Seat Tourer - 2 owners from new Making its debut in September 1934, the Morris Eight was to become one of Britain's most loved small cars. Offered here is one of the most .....

1923 Austin 12/4 two seat Tourer with dickey - Coachwork by Mulliner Probably one of the most widely recognised of Vintage motor cars, due in no small part to the 'Gumdrop' stories for children by .....

1964 MGB Roadster Mk1 Looking particularly striking in the correct period MG colour of Iris Blue, this MGB Roadster was restored during the 1990s .....
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1955 Austin A90 Six Westminster - 2 owners only 67,900 miles Replacing the A70 Hereford model, the new A90 Six Westminster made its debut at the 1954 .....
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1933 Riley 9 Lynx - Almost certainly the best in existence One of the prettiest small sporting Tourers of the 1930s was the Riley 9 Lynx - the earliest being arguably the most attractive with the two .....

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 .....

1937 Riley Monaco - rare overdrive gearbox The redoubtable Monaco was beginning to show its age by 1935 as its shape had changed little since 1927. An entirely redesigned model was to be introduced .....

1948 Sunbeam Talbot Ten Sports Tourer One of the most attractive small sporting tourers of the immediately pre and just post war period, the Sunbeam Talbot ten was very well equipped and featured metallic .....

1935 MG PB 4 seat Sports - very rare model! The P Type Midget made its debut in March 1934 as the replacement for the J2 model. When road tested by ‘Autocar' magazine later that year, they were very .....

1933 Riley March Special - requires recommissioning This 1933 Riley March Special has been in the current ownership for the past 15 years. Previously it spent some years in the USA where it underwent .....

1933 Austin 16/6 Berkeley Saloon Austin introduced the ‘Sixteen Light Six’ in 1927, based on the chassis of the well established ‘Twelve’ model. A variety of different coachwork stylers were .....

1929 Austin 7 Arrow 2 Seater 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 .....

1936 MG PB Midget - 85% Restored... The P Type Midget made its debut in March 1934 as the replacement for the J2 model. When road tested by ‘Autocar' magazine later that year, they were very enthusiastic, .....

Introduced in 1937, the VA Series - or One and a Half Litre as it was officially known, was to be the replacement for the NB Series Magnette. Powered by a twin carburettor version of the Wolseley 12/48 .....

1932 MG J1 Four Seat Sports Tourer - Full Body, Chassis & Mechanical Restoration The ‘J’ Series Midget made its debut in 1932 as the replacement for the ‘M’ Type. A two seater designated ‘J2’ .....

1932 Riley Nine Monaco Always the cornerstone of the Riley Nine range, the immortal Monaco is one of the most fondly remembered of all Riley models. Introduced in 1926, being fabric bodied and featuring .....

1934 Riley Nine Lynx Four Seat Tourer - post-vintage sporting tourer. From September 1933, the popular Riley Lynx two door sports tourer was re-styled and now boasted four door coachwork making for .....

1931 Alvis 12/60 TJ Four Seat Tourer - Exceptional example. For many years the Alvis 12/50 has been one of the most revered and sought after Vintage Cars. Introduced in 1923, the Alvis 12/50 was .....

1934 Wolseley Nine - Characterful Small Car Introduced for 1934, as a four cylinder companion to the 1.3 litre 6 cylinder Hornet, the Wolseley Nine was a refined and well equipped small car. Hydraulic .....

1968 Triumph Vitesse Convertible Launched to considerable acclaim in May 1962, the Vitesse was effectively a six cylinder version of the already popular Triumph Herald. The last of a once popular .....

1968 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller - genuine 38,500 miles As quintessentially English as afternoon tea or cricket on the village green, the Morris Minor has long been a familiar part of our landscape. The .....

1930 Riley Nine '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 .....

1933 Riley Nine March Special - History over 60 years! With the sporting credentials of the Riley Nine so well established, there was demand for specialised coachwork as well as the standard factory .....

1935 Alvis Speed 20 SC Tourer Looking smart and purposeful in British Racing Green, with red leather upholstery and matching wheels this Speed 20 SC Tourer was originally registered in Cheshire and .....

1932 Riley Nine Gamecock 2 seat Sports Tourer Making its debut at the 1931 Motor Show as part of the new range of Rileys for 1932, the Gamecock was a low-slung sporting two seater that also offered .....

This car is probably one of the BEST available! When it first appeared in 1932, the MG J2 really captured the public's imagination. Purposeful looking with cut away doors and slab-type petrol tank, .....

1950 MG TD - Original RHD By 1949, the MG TC was looking very dated, with its mid-1930’s styling and character. It’s successor was to come the following year with a far more advanced specification .....

1933 Riley Nine Lynx An extremely well maintained example of the sought-after ‘disappearing hood’ Lynx Nine, this car was previously supplied by us and is well-sorted and ready to go anywhere. It .....

Now a rare model, the fabric bodied saloon with coachwork by Mulliners Limited of Birmingham, appealed to the small car buyer requiring a little more .....
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Following on from the Talbot Ten of 1935/6, which was effectively the replacement for the sporting Hillman Aero Minx, from 1938 the Sunbeam-Talbot marque came into being and a revised 10hp range was announced, .....

One of the most attractive variants of the ever popular Austin 10/4 - the two seater with dickey seat has always been highly sought after. This example has been known to us for many years and is understood .....

We are delighted to offer this superbly constructed John Sprinzel Sebring Sprite evocation. Built to the highest standard on a 1963 Austin-Healey Sprite base, the car has a full Sebring conversion body .....

For the 1934/5 seasons, the Monaco, which was the cornerstone of the Riley range, underwent a number of changes. The most noticeable was the coachwork now being all aluminium instead of the semi fabric .....

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. Survivors benefit .....

Celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, the Austin-Healey Sprite has an appeal that transcends the generations. It was also gave many enthusiasts .....
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In the present ownership for the last 53 years, this delightful and correct Riley Nine two seater has had just 5 owners since it was first registered on 29th May 1929 in Newark, Nottinghamshire. The .....

Affectionately known as 'Bella', this delightful and very rare little Fiat Belvedere, is one of just 60 RHD examples built. It is also Mille Miglia eligible, as Fiat entered a number of this model in .....

A comparatively rare version of the Austin 7 Saloon, the 'RM' model was produced from January 1931 until early the following year. This car was first registered on the 15th January 1932 but almost .....

A. Harper Sons & Bean of Dudley were major suppliers of components to the motor industry, with over half of British manufacturers using their products. They were to acquire the pre Great War Perry .....

Gilbern Sports Cars was founded in 1959 and until 1973 was to produce llimited runs of stylish sports coupes using BMC and Ford components. Their final offering was the 'Invader' which was introduced .....

First registered in Eastbourne in July 1930 and retaining its original registration number, this motor car is one of the final 'AE' series Chummies, which is the rarer type of this model having only been .....

First appearing in May 1962 the Vitesse was effectively a six cylinder version of the popular and stylish Triumph Herald. The Convertible version has always been sought after and these cars have a strong .....

Featuring unitary construction for the first time in an MG saloon, the Magnette was a most handsome motor car, with its Italian inspired styling from .....
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The replacement for the ‘J2’ Midget was introduced in March 1934 as the PA Series. The most welcome improvement was the new engine, which although still displacing 847cc, had the benefit of three .....

As the last of the immortal 'T' Series MG's, the TF has always had a special place in the hearts of MG enthusiasts. With a production run of just 9600, the TF has always been highly sought after. This .....

Despite becoming part of the Nuffield Organisation in 1938, the Riley models that followed immediately after the Second World War were to remain true .....
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First registered in Edinburgh on the 18th October 1932, this Austin 7 is one of the final RN series models. Believed to have been off the road for many years, it underwent a full restoration body-off .....

Vintage models of the Riley Nine have always been especially sought after - the MkIV fabric bodied Tourer, particularly so. Light, nimble and sporting in character, these delightful cars are truly .....

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 .....
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Austin launched the 'Twelve Six' in January 1931 as an entirely new model to bridge the gap between the Twelve Four and Sixteen Six ranges. Powered by a monobloc 1.5 litre engine rated at 13.9 hp, this .....

Having formed part of a small collection of Rileys, this delightful Riley Elf MkIII, fitted with automatic transmission, has had just two owners from new and covered only 33,000 miles. Produced between .....

Having formed part of a small collection of Rileys for some years, this example of the Adelphi was first seen by myself following the completion of its restoration in the early 1990s. It was restored .....

More than just a motor car - more a great British institution! The Morris Minor, in all its forms has always engendered great affection from several generations of motorists and is, today, one of .....

Substantially reconstructed over several years, this Austin 7 has the appearance of a 1927/8 'Chummy' but uses a 1931 Chassis along with a later engine with coil ignition and a four speed gear box. Very .....

Introduced in mid-1930, the AF Series was the last of the Austin 7 Tourers to use the 'Chummy' style body with small doors and aluminium coachwork. Production of this series ran until the introduction .....

Introduced in July 1937 in response to demand for 4 door version of the Austin Seven, the Big Seven featured an entirely new engine of 900cc. Slotting .....
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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 .....

This car is simply one of the best available on the market today and is undoubtedly one of the most correct and best preserved examples, being well known in Riley circles. Supplied new by Aero Motors .....

The complex history of Clement-Talbot is familiar to Vintage car enthusiasts, as the company became part of the Sunbeam -Talbot-Darracq combine following the cessation of the Great War. Their popular .....

Superbly built to the highest standards, this Sprite evocation is an ideal fast road car that is also eminently suitable for hillclimbs and sprints. Featuring .....
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Introduced in April 1932, the Austin 10/4 quickly became a best seller and gained an enviable reputation for economy and dependability. Capable of 57 mph .....
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According to the Heritage Trust Factory Record supplied, this MGA was built on 18th January 1960 and despatched from the Works at Abingdon 4 days later, destined, like the bulk of production, for North .....

The final version of the MGA, the 1600 Mk2, was introduced for 1961 and was to continue until production ceased the following year when the all new MGB was to appear. As with previous versions, the vast .....

Founded by Keith Brading, the Frogeye Car Company based on the Isle of Wight, developed an updated version of the immortal Austin Healey Mk I Sprite (1958-61). Under the guidance of Geoff Healey the .....

Restored by well known specialists around 12 years ago and sparingly used since, this delightful example of the immortal Frogeye is correctly finished in Cherry Red with red interior trim as original. .....

One of the last of the MGBs with the traditional radiator grille, before the advent of the 'Leylandised' model with matt black recessed grille, this Tartan .....
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Gilbern Sports Cars was founded in 1959 in Pontypridd, Wales. As production got under way it became necessary for larger premises to be sought and the company was to eventually offer ready built cars .....

One of the last of this iconic model, this 1935 Monaco was first registered to Riley (Coventry) Limited in April 1935 and has the original RF60 Buff Logbook signed by Arnold Farrar. For many years .....

Just completed extensive restoration including totally new body frame to an excellent standard Arrives with us around mid-September More details and photographs will be on our website and on here .....

Without doubt one of the prettiest of all open Riley Nine models, the 2 door Lynx, with disappearing hood was built for just one season and produced from October 1932 until September 1933. With its .....

Making its debut in 1959, the Daimler SP250 represented a distinct departure for Daimler, being very different from their traditional offerings. This purposeful- looking glassfibre bodied sports car .....

Appearing in 1934, the Rapier was Lagonda's quality small car aimed at the highly popular 1100cc sector of the market. Featuring an all-new 1104cc engine with twin overhead camshafts developing an impressive .....

This car was originally built by Riley in 1937 as a Kestrel Saloon, and was owned in the 1950s by a Mr Thompson, a founder member of the Riley Register. By the mid-1970s the car was in poor condition .....

Not so much a motor car - more a great British institution! The Morris Minor has been a familiar sight in our green and pleasant land for some seven decades now. The Convertible - or Tourer, as .....

The Singer Nine was produced between 1932 – 1937 and a sports version was to appear in October 1932. The following season, one such model was to achieve thirteenth place at the Le Mans 24 hour race. .....

Strikingly finished in Mineral Blue and bearing a Hampshire registration number, this is one of the best MGCs we have encountered for some while. With three previous owners from new and was the subject .....

For many years the Wolseley Hornet Special has been a familiar sight at VSCC meetings, these cars have plenty of character and a really superb exhaust note from their 6 cylinder overhead camshaft engine. A .....

As the last of the legendary 'T' Series, the TF has always has always had a special place in MG enthusiasts' hearts. With just 9,600 built and, as before, the bulk of production going for export, UK .....

One of the most successful British cars of the 1930’s, the Morris Eight was introduced in 1934 as the replacement for the original 8hp Minor. Powered by a 918cc sidevalve engine, the Eight was available .....

Introduced in July 1937 in response to demand for 4 door version of the Austin Seven, the Big Seven featured an entirely new engine of 900cc. Slotting into the Austin catalogue between the Seven and Ten .....

Austin launched the ‘Twelve Six’ in January 1931 as an entirely new model which would sit between the Twelve Four and Sixteen Six ranges. A smaller car, powered by a 1.5 litre 6 cylinder engine rated .....

Following the acquisition of the Sunbeam-Talbot-Darracq combine by the Rootes Brothers in 1935, subsequent models were to use Hillman and Humber components. .....
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The original Sunbeam Company was founded in 1899 by John Marston and was to rise rapidly to become one of Britain’s premier marques. Before the outbreak of the Great War, the company had already achieved .....