Car & Classic Dealer

Andy Dearden

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The MK3 version of the ADO16 or 1100 was launched in 1971 with re-styled interior, front grille and various other detail changes. It was produced until June 1974, over 12 months after the launch of the Allegro. This car is a 1973 Austin 1100 in damask red. It came to us as a part exchange on a more expensive 1100 that ...

70,000
Bedfordshire

This car is a 1999 "V" registered Corsa in metallic green. This is the "Club" model which comes with power steering. We sold this car in 2017 to a local lady who's husband is classic Vauxhall enthusiast, when it had covered just 10,000 miles from new. The first owner was an elderly lady who used it only occasionally. It ...

30,000
Bedfordshire

The Austin A55 Cambridge MK2 was produced from 1959 until 1961. Along with the Westminster and A40, it was the first in a range of cars designed by Farina for BMC. In 1961 the Cambridge was restyled as the A60 making these early “high fin” cars quite rare with perhaps just 30 left on UK roads. This car is a 1960 ...

45,000
Bedfordshire

The Morris Minor was produced from 1948 until 1971. Side-valve engines were followed by OHV engines, first 803, then 948 and finally 1100cc. Early cars are known as series MM cars, “Low-light” models were followed by “High-light” until 1953 when the series 2 cars came along. This car is a “High-light” short ...

Bedfordshire

The AJS Model 31 was produced between 1958 until AMC’s demise in 1966. The model was produced alongside the identical Matchless G12 and produced 35bhp allowing a 100mph top speed. Although they were as fast and as well built (some say better) as offerings from BSA and Triumph, they never quite achieved the same level ...

Bedfordshire