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Robert Glover Ltd

The Motor Bays 129 Bicester Heritage Buckingham Road Bicester Oxfordshire

OX27 8AL

Robert Glover Ltd

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  • One of less than 30 original right-hand drive Frazer Nash examples produced, original coachwork & formerly the property of Brian Redman 1937 Frazer Nash BMW 319/1 Type 55 Sports Chassis No. 56143 Registration No. CPO 819 The Frazer Nash BMW 319/1 Type 55 Sports, offered for sale here, has been restored to its original colour scheme and with a responsive high-performance engine it is ready for race, rally and road use. Agile, refined and rapid ‘CPO 819’ is sure to be a worthy contender ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Copy factory service records on file indicate that this Bentley, Chassis No. HP 388, was sold new as a 3-Litre Speed Model on the 9ft 9½” short-wheelbase chassis. Fitted with coupe coachwork by Surbico and supplied with engine number HP 391, it was first registered YM 7877 to a Mr. Thomas Graeme Ferguson. (At a later stage ‘HP 388’ was re-registered ‘CX 7658’ and has been known by this within the Bentley Drivers Club by this number for at least 50 years). The service records list various ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Original coachwork, matching numbers throughout & eligible for the Mille Miglia 1928 Bugatti Type 40 Torpedo Sports Chassis No. 40557 Engine No. 495 Registration No. SV 8984 (UK) The Bugatti Type 40 offered for sale here is very well-known to the Bugatti Owners’ Club having taken part on a plethora of events with the current long-term enthusiast owners, both at home and overseas. It is a highly original and correct example of the breed and is supplied with a full historical report from ...

    Oxfordshire
  • An original Lancia UK supplied car, the subject of a restoration my marque experts for a marque enthusiast & eligible for the Mille Miglia 1938 Lancia Aprilia Standard Series I Saloon Chassis no. 38-5855 Engine no. 6500 Body no. 4674 Registration No. EPB 209 On the front cover of the sales brochure produced for Lancia UK it boldly states that the Lancia Aprilia is “The highest performer of its class in the world.” In 1937, when the model was introduced, it would certainly have been ...

    Oxfordshire
  • 1926 BENTLEY 3/4½-LITRE PARK WARD SALOON A VETERAN OF NUMEROUS GOODWOOD REVIVALS & FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF THE HON. ALAN CLARK MP Coachwork by. Park Ward Chassis No. AP 319 Body No. 3304 Engine No. HT 1645 Registration No. KU 7592 For those present at the 2019 Goodwood Revival Meeting, the fantastic site of over 30 vintage Bentleys thundering into Lavant corner for the first lap of the Bentley Centenary celebration race was certainly memorable. Not only for the fantastic spectacle ...

    Oxfordshire
  • One of less than 30 original right-hand drive Frazer Nash examples produced, original coachwork & formerly the property of Brian Redman 1937 Frazer Nash BMW 319/1 Type 55 Sports Chassis No. 56143 Registration No. CPO 819 The Frazer Nash BMW 319/1 Type 55 Sports, offered for sale here, has been restored to its original colour scheme and with a responsive high-performance engine it is ready for race, rally and road use. Agile, refined and rapid ‘CPO 819’ is sure to be a worthy contender ...

    Oxfordshire
  • The remarkably simple formula of fitting a relatively light-weight sports car chassis, with a mildly tuned engine from a larger model and clothing it in a pretty sporting body seems terribly obvious and is thus a well-practiced formula these days. Nonetheless, when the Austin Healey 100 was launched to market in 1953 it caused quite the stir. The cars looked modern and sporting, yet were remarkably affordable to purchase and run – it was the ideal car to bring to market at a time when world was ...

    Oxfordshire
  • 1933 FRAZER NASH TT REPLICA CAMPAIGNED IN PERIOD AT BROOKLANDS BY FLIGHT LIEUTENANT J.D. GREAVES Coachwork by. Elkington Chassis No. 2080 Engine No. 9588 Registration No. AMF 446 With pre-war competition history at both race meetings and trials, the delightful Frazer Nash TT Replica, chassis no. 2080 offered for sale here, epitomises the ethos of the famous “Chain Gang” and the Frazer Nash Car Club in general. It’s first owner, a Flight Lieutenant J.D. Greaves raced both this Frazer ...

    Oxfordshire
  • One of 24 surviving of the 25 built, just two private owners from new & presented for sale for the first time in forty-five years, 1937 Lagonda LG45 Rapide Chassis No. 12235 Engine No. 12235 Registration No. BYG 7 Every so often we are asked to present for sale a motorcar that caters for all of the aspirations of the enthusiast and informed collector. The superb Lagonda LG45 Rapide presented here is one such motorcar, for it satisfies the requirements for rarity, desirability, unquestionable ...

    Oxfordshire
  • 1928 BENTLEY 4½-LITRE VANDEN PLAS SPORTS TWO-SEATER & DICKEY IN SINGLE FAMILY OWNERSHIP FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Coachwork by. Vanden Plas Chassis No. RN 3049 Body No. 1445 Engine No. RN 3045 Registration No. TY 4015 Produced between 1927 and 1930, the Bentley 4½-litre proved itself at Le Mans with outright victory in the 1928 24-Hour endurance epic and with further successes at Brooklands. It essentially employed a stronger version of the “long chassis” 10ft 10” wheelbase chassis ...

    Oxfordshire
  • A desirable “Low Radiator” overhead-valve model, with original Velox coachwork & documented history from new 1924 Vauxhall 30-98 OE-Type Velox Chassis No. OE 118 Engine No. OE 117 Body No. OE 118 Registration No. TU 831 The unremarkable specification of the famous Vauxhall 30-98 is perhaps, in itself, exactly what makes this much-loved vintage sports car quite so remarkable. It would be difficult to argue that Vauxhall Motors should be credited with producing the world’s first ...

    Oxfordshire
  • The Vauxhall 30-98 E-Type Velox Tourer offered for sale here, chassis no. E 394, is a particularly special and rare example of the breed for it is one of only a handful of examples of the pure-bread E-Type 30-98s that retains all of its original running gear and coachwork. It is offered with a fully documented and photographed history and represents an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase a highly original and genuine E-Type 30-98, of which, less than 40 survive in total worldwide. Of those ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Lagonda was responsible for the production some of the prettiest of the all the British Sports cars made before the outbreak of The Second World War. As with most manufacturers of any note, Lagonda participated in sporting events in order to help improve the breed. In 1929 the “Low-Chassis” Speed model was introduced and featured a revised chassis, fitted with the Arthur Davidson designed, 2-Litre Twin-Camshaft four-cylinder engine, with higher compression pistons and a twin carburettor set ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Chassis No. 421/200/194 Engine No. 100 B2 4226 Registration No. 472 AMT Given their competitive exploits with the chain-driven motorcars before the outbreak of the Second World War, it is hardly surprising that Frazer Nash (AFN Ltd.) were one of the first British companies to successfully re-enter the world of sports car competition after the hostilities had ended. Although the firm had moved on from the production of chain driven motorcars, the formula of relatively low capacity high-revving ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Chassis No. 4801 Engine No. 107A Registration No. YH 8578 In the annals of motor racing history few cars, if any, rank higher than the Bugatti Type 35. Between 1924 and 1931, in various guises, they won over 1,000 races and were quite simply the carto beat during the vintage period of Grand Prix racing. It is not, however, simply its race winning credentials that give the Grand Prix Bugatti such iconic status. The distinctive horseshoe shaped radiator and perfectly proportioned tail make ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Chassis No. BE 319 Engine No. 100D 656 Registration No. 240 DPE John Tojeiro’s Ferrari 166 Barchetta inspired design, penned for the one-off sports-racer built for Cliff Davis in 1952, paved the way for one of the most beautiful sports cars ever created, namely the AC Ace. AC purchased Tojeiro’s design and the Ace went into production in 1954. Initially available with AC’s own 2-Litre six-cylinder engine, it was later offered with Bristol’s more powerful six-cylinder unit and Ford’s ...

    Oxfordshire
  • Car No. 7 Engine No. 8104 Registration No. YW 9887 The full story of the seven motorcars produced by F.W. Bond in Yorkshire between 1922 and 1928, and the forty or so Chic motorcars built to Bond’s design in Australia, is superbly written up by both Mike Worthington-Williams in The Automobile, June 2002 and by the current owner in The VSCC Bulletin, Spring 2004 edition. With Captain Malcolm Campbell as sole agent, a wealthy mill owner financially backing the project, a proven Meadows 1½-Litre ...

    Oxfordshire
  • The Ex- Don Francisco Serramalera Abadal 1903 Clément 12-16HP Four-Cylinder Rear Entrance Tonneau Chassis No. AC4R 4010 Engine No. 166 Presented for sale here is an historical and eminently useable four-cylinder Veteran Clément. It is supplied with a recent dating certificate from the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain and is eligible for the Royal Automobile Club’s London to Brighton Run. Introduced in 1903 the 12-16HP Clément was one of the most advanced designs of the early 1900s. ...

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  • Formerly the property of Kenneth Neve & offered for sale on behalf of the family of The Late. Peter Street, 1924 Vauxhall 30-98 OE-Type Velox Tourer Chassis No. OE 103 Engine No. OE 103 Registration No. XU 1214 Vauxhall 30-98, The Finest of Sporting Cars by Nic Portway opens with a foreword by The Late. William “Bill” Boddy. In this Boddy writes “For me no car of the vintage period has the same appeal as a 30-98….” For a man who had the opportunity to drive, or at the very least ...

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  • The “Lady Links & Lady Rechts,” Vauxhall Motors, Charles A. Chayne & Douglas Sharp 1925 Vauxhall 30-98HP OE-Type Velox Tourer Chassis No. OE 180 Engine No. OE 180 Body No. OE 180 Registration No. XX 7454 Of the surviving Vauxhall 30-98s, only a very small proportion retain their original coachwork and fewer still can boast such a well-documented and photographed history as Chassis No. OE 180 offered for sale here. Completed by Vauxhall motors in February 1925 this wonderful example ...

    Oxfordshire
  • 1937 AC 16/80 “Short Chassis” Competition Model Sports Two-Seater Chassis No. L631 Engine No. UMB 294 (Currently fitted) Registration No. ELN 160 Original Engine No. UBS 7589 complete and included in the sale While the post-war offerings from AC are perhaps better known, the company had gained their reputation of producing well engineered and superbly finished sports cars before WWII. Like most British motorcar manufacturers, AC had suffered financial difficulties during the 1920s and ...

    Oxfordshire