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  • Chassis #: S 838066 BW, Engine #: V 6306 8, Gearbox #: JBX1135A, Body # P7347. Three Owners from new. Full Ownership and Servicing History. Matching Numbers. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING CAN BE FACILITATED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST. Owned and Brought to you by Waimak Classic Cars, New Zealand Visit our website for more details.

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  • The XK140 was offered in three forms - coupe, roadster and drophead coupe. The Drophead Coupé is the most interesting variation, with an additional pair of rear seats that added practicality. The 140 is desirable property. It is also a lot more comfortable than the 120. The engine was moved forward, and the cockpit considerably enlarged. The wheel was canted slightly too, and the whole revision adds up to a lot more enjoyable car to drive. The 140 lives up to its predecessor's reputation ...

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  • The MGB was greeted with great excitement when it was launched in 1962. It was the latest in a long line of sports cars from the British carmaker, that had come to define the very essence of what a sports car should be. The MGB also caused a sensation because it was such a shift away from MG tradition. It’s the archetypal British sports car - tough, entertaining and timeless - a remarkable car. Just consider the statistics: in production at the start of the Swinging Sixties, it lasted ...

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  • The fiberglass-bodied sports car has been around through several body styles over the last few decades and an interesting phenomenon occurs whenever they change the shape of the ‘Vette. Sophisticated car buyers thinking of buying one hold off for the new body styles. Shopping for one in 1962? Hold off for the updated 1963. Why buy the C5 in 2004 when you can get the C6 in 2005? As a result, the new models often saw a bump in sales while the older models would see a drop in numbers shipped. ...

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  • E-type not exclusive enough? Then why not consider the XK150 The Jaguar XK150 was the first production Jaguar available with all-round disc brakes. With only its successor the E-type to challenge it, the Jaguar XK150 can lay claim to the title of the greatest post-war production sports car in the world. In their time, they were absolutely without parallel. They have incredible style, a terrific heritage and superb performance – even by the today’s standards. These fine examples of British ...

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  • When the Porsche 944 was released, it was praised by all of the automotive magazines. In some countries, it was even referred to as the best of the best and in the US, it was thought that it would change Porsche enthusiasts attitudes toward the front - engined sports cars. While that last part never fully happened, it was a very good car in its own right. The earliest cars only offered 143 horsepower, but managed to go from 0 to 50 mph (remember this was the early ’80s) in 5.9 seconds versus ...

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  • Forget your troubles…get on a Suzuki! A great bike of the 60’s in very nice condition. Tough on rough roads, fasr on freeways, light handling in cities. ABOUT THIS BIKE Overall Lenght: 1 930 mm (76.0in) Overall Width: 775 mm (30.5 in) Overall Height: 1030 mm (40.6in) Wheelbase: 1 285 mm (50.6 in) Engine type: Air-cooled 196 cc 2-stroke. 21 hp/ 7,500 rpm, 2,09 kg-m/ 7,000 rpm. Maximum speed: 138 kph. In Beautiful Condition Runs and Drives Well Bike ...

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  • E-type not exclusive enough? Then why not consider the XK150? With only its successor the E-Type to challenge it, the Jaguar XK150 can lay claim to the title of the greatest post-war production sports car in the world. In their time, they were absolutley without parallel. They have incredible style, a terrific heritage and superb performance – even by today’s standards. These fine examples of British engineering are also practical too, which is paramount for any old car that’s going ...

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  • Ever feel like driving a tank? Well, the military probably won't let you, so get the next best thing: a 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. This thing is a beast, with a beautiful 5.9-liter V8 under the hood producing 144 hp. It comes with a 3-speed automatic transmission, no overdrive available and it can drive through, over or around just about any weather. Surprisingly, there are a few comforts available in this beast of a road machine. Air conditioning, power windows, and a cassette player ...

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  • NZ New Mechanically sound and car is in very good working condition. Motor is good and healthy - nice and pleasant to drive. Stripped it down to bare metal and professionally repainted it in its original black colour. Wood is in excellent order. Wheels and tires in very good order Structurally sound - no rust anywhere. Soft Top is in very good order - so is upholstery. Spare wheel available. Original side curtains available but need restoration. Contact Us for more information ...

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  • The first in a long and successful line, the Triumph TR2 offers the classic British sports-car experience. Forever synonymous with the TR range of sports cars, the Triumph marque was in a state of flux when the first of that famous line was introduced in 1953. From that point, it has never looked back and yet had it not been for the TR series – and most notably, the TR2 that started it all off – Triumph as a marque could well have died out long before it did. The success of these sporting ...

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  • The 500SL must be the worlds most under appreciated car and this car can best be described as a gentleman's muscle car with plenty of torque, fantastic speed and handling capabilities in the right hands. ABOUT THIS CAR It is built like a tank and utterly reliable, even after 34 years. Disk brakes all round / ABS / 240bhp / these came with the updated 4 speed, silky smooth gearbox / sumptuous ride quality. Great to use as a Sunday Classic or a daily driver - relatively trouble ...

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  • The Honda CD175 is a 175cc motorcycle made from 1967 to 1979. Described by Honda as a "great new all-rounder, at home around town or putting the highway behind you", it was the touring model in Honda's 175 cc motorcycle lineup. ABOUT THIS CLASSIC Electric starter Turn signals Deeply valanced mudguards and mirrors. Air cooled engine. Wasted spark ignition. Single carburettor. Parallel twin high revving engine. 16" wheels and a 100 mph (160 km/h) speedometer. ...

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  • This Nelson assembled wedge car has to be one of the BEST KEPT SECRETS in New Zealand. It was not owned - it was treasured. The Princess is a family car that was produced in the United Kingdom by British Leyland from 1975 until 1981. The car inherited a front wheel drive / transverse engine configuration from its predecessor, the BMC ADO17 range. This was still unusual in Europe for full-sized family cars and gave the Princess a cabin space advantage when compared with similarly sized cars ...

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  • This Bentley is a hand-built car. Many hands and many more hours were required to build it, in much the same way that proper British automobiles were built from the outset. The classic lines and meticulous build, puts the car solidly into the executive class, yet the performance of the sporting automobile is there. There is no equal to a Bentley – except, perhaps, its stablemate. This is a car that neede to be exercised and with any Bentley, you have to get one that is properly ...

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  • Buy This Stunning Montreal Before Prices Go Up Yet Again! These supercars used to be affordable. Now, the skyrocketing prices show little sign of ever stopping. If you want to cruise in style, you won't do much better than an Alfa Romeo Montreal. It's one of Alfa's most iconic cars, with a legendary look and a wonderful sound. This one's in great condition, and it's for sale and you should buy it. Designed by Marcello Gandini, the Montreal has style for days. The top half of the headlights ...

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  • NOTE: PRICE QUOTED IS IN NEW ZEALAND DOLLARS Some cars tell you all about themselves at first glance and here’s one tough, let’s go driving Corvette! In 1967, automobile affacionados chose Corvette as the best GT sports machine over 3000cc. Quite an honour when one considers that Corvette was in competition with the greatest marques of Europe. Not really surprising though when one considers all its attributes. ABOUT THIS CAR An Original, matching numbers Car in Mint Condition ...

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  • Porsche celebrated its 1,000 plus-horsepower wrecking machine in 1974 by selling 1,000 special 914s, each a 2.0-liter model with a couple of specific options and each available with special badging and only on two separate color schemes. The Porsche 917/30 crushed all competition in the Can-Am series in 1973, so dominating the series, with Penske driver Mark Donohue winning the last six of eight total rounds, that the SCCA rewrote the rules to essentially outlaw the last of the truly unlimited ...

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  • Bentley came out of the WW2 starting blocks with a bang. The MkVI was effectively an all-new car, and had plenty of new technology to boast about. It was the first Bentley with a steel body as standard, although many buyers still took the coachbuilding route - and rightly so, as so many of the convertibles, tourers and shooting brakes were so attractive looking. Its chassis was quite advanced for the time, with independent front suspension, servo brakes, a four-speed gearbox and the very useful ...

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  • The Triumph TR3 is a British sports car produced between 1955 and 1962 by the Standard-Triumph Motor Company of Coventry, England. A traditional roadster, the TR3 is an evolution of the company's earlier TR2 model, with greater power and improved braking. This updated variant, popularly but unofficially known as the "TR3A" entered production in 1957 and 1961 was the last year for them. The rugged ‘sidescreen’ TR was a sales and motorsport success and was the company's third best seller ...

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  • The MGB GT is arguably one of Britain’s best-loved classics. In 1975, the V8 received the rubber bumpers, despite the fact that the car was never exported to the US. It was a tasty recipe; that and with being Britain’s best-loved classic car, you can certainly be safe in the knowledge that parts for these little gems are readily available without breaking the bank. ABOUT THIS CAR This MGB GT V8 is not an original V8 – so purists and perfectionists - please look away now. That ...

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  • For more than two decades, the Daimler DS420 limousine was the default long-wheelbase mayoral and funereal transport in the UK and as a consequence, it's probably one of the most recognisable cars on the road today - despite being out of production since 1992. The history of the DS420 was interesting - it replaced two cars when launched, the Daimler DK400 and the Vanden Plas Princess - and combined the best bits of the two companies. It was based on the underpinnings of the Jaguar MkX, ...

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  • Put it this way...you won't regret it Fantastic wee car; this is the original 1.6ltr. It pulls along really well and has no trouble keeping up with traffic or passing them on the open road, and still does 0-100 in around 8.6 seconds. The throaty little twin cam is a blast to rev up, and the snappy wee 5 speed box a joy to flick through. Really economical too! Handling is fantastic, go kart like, and can be thrown around corners with no fuss, and it just rewards you with huge ...

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  • Mercury unleashes COUGAR...untamed elegance! That's Cougar - with a European flair to its styling. A lithe, contemporary car with the kind of excitement that runs through the entire 67 Mercury line. One of the most equipped luxury sports cars of the 60's. ABOUT THIS CAR VERY LOW MILEAGE!!! These pillar less designed Cougars were pretty much a luxury mustang...with standard features like concealed headlamps, sequential rear turn signals, a 289 cu.in. V8, bucket seats, walnut grained ...

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  • Low ownership - last 17 years - previous owner to that for 10 years, previous to that for 6 years, previous to that for one year - with a couple of traders in between. Car was imported from the UK circa 1984. In 1965, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was little short of a revolution for the company. Out went the old palatial style, to be replaced by a more contemporary three-box style - and it certainly worked, because the Silver Shadow (and its Bentley counterpart, the T-Series) became ...

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  • The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Given how aghast aficionados were at its Federalised bumpers at the time of its launch, we can see how that's happened. But it's funny how the passage of time has really softened those controversial looks - a testament to the design department at Longbridge, which oversaw the installation of those bumpers on the 1975 cars. In reality, the MGB's modifications were superbly executed, and despite being huge, the ...

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  • The Lincoln Continental is synonymous with eloquence…they are the luxury cars by which other luxury cars are judged. The Continental Life is a highly bespoke lifestyle…beyond status quo. These people who own them have their own style. The Lincoln Continental is their kind of luxury car. Continentals were always carefully designed to stay in style. The Lincoln Continental is engineered to be among the finest automobiles America has to offer. They are Ford Motor Company’s finest and most ...

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  • Look at this Ferrari....Beautiful, isn’t it? Some fast cars owe their performance to very large American engines, others to the work of tuning specialists, but the Ferraris offered for sale to ordinary people are in a category of their own. Built by a company which has been race-orientated for many years, they are to be regarded competition cars “cooled off” a little for docility and comfort on the roads. The main advantage is that nothing mechanical is stretched or strained; on the ...

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  • Provenance, Provenance Provenance – this car was owned new in Hollywood by Jerry Bruckheimer – an American film and television producer. His best known television series are CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Without A Trace, Cold Case, and the U.S. version of The Amazing Race. At one point, three of his TV series ranked among the top 10 in the U.S. ratings—a unique feat in television. Some of his best-known films include Bevely Hills Cop, Flashdance, Top Gun, The Rock, ...

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  • Only three Owners from new, this car was sold new in the UK and brought into New Zealand in 1987 by its original owner. Fantastic condition inside and out. For many people this svelte classic was the last "real" Jaguar and, since its demise in 1993, the company has struggled to produce anything that looks quite as good without descending into the realms of pastiche. To the consternation of the current Browns Lane regime, perhaps, the Series 3 continues to define what many people think of as ...

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  • The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Chassis: GHD5426380G NZ New - last owner before us 23 years Very original car Original Certificate of Registration Available Body and paint in good order Upholstery, carpets, seats, hood lining, door cards, dashboard - all in very good original order. Drives well - engine reconditioned by Millis Auto Engineering Ltd of Alexandra 1n 1996 at 94200 miles. Car has only traveled ...

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  • The Original Continental was the only American luxury car ever to be honoured with a design excellence at New York's Museum of Modern Art. The Continental MK V, in the traditional excellence of the original Continental, yet different from every Mark that came before it, is a Mark of Tradition. This car proves a point and sets a standard like no other. ABOUT THIS CAR Mint, Factory Original Condition One owner in USA and One owner in New Zealand 6899 Miles From New and it looks ...

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  • With the styling of the Series 1 widely admired, Jaguar weren’t about to mess with such a successful recipe. The Series 2, launched in 1973 was a case of gentle evolution then, distinguished by a shallower grille and higher-set front bumper to satisfy US safety regulations. Engines were largely unchanged, although a 3.4-litre XK unit replaced the 2.8 version in 1975; the XJ-SC coupé arrived the same year. ABOUT THIS CAR Chassis #: 2N2096BW Sold new by Archibalds in Christchurch, ...

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  • Stylish and capable, the Mk2 is, without doubt, one of Jaguar’s finest models. A well-sorted and cherished Mk2, as in this case, is an enjoyable car to drive and the very essence of a British sporting saloon. From the luxurious interior to the taut and confidence-inspiring handling, you are unlikely to be disappointed behind the wheel of a good example like this one. On the road, the Mk2 retains a wonderful sense of civility and composure and it really is a classic that feels perfectly ...

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  • Now here’s a hell of a lot of car for the money. Launched in 1993 as a run out model for the final two years of XJ40 production, the S, or Sport, was designed to appeal to a younger demographic, ahead of the upcoming X300, which would have a Sport model as part of the standard line-up. Indeed, the Sport was very much a precursor for the X300. Not only did it display a number of interior features that would appear on its successor, but it also featured a special ‘Sports Handling Pack’, ...

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  • Dodge’s full-size luxury Custom 880 line was critical to the company because of the loss of the DeSoto brand, which ended with a short production run of 1961 models in late 1960. Dodge sought to retain DeSoto buyers with a comprehensive full-size slate of luxury cars. ABOUT THIS CAR All Custom 880 models came with Dodge’s 361-cid V-8 engine, rated at a healthy 265 horsepower. This one was mated to a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic, that was available as an option for US$211. Also ...

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  • Engine #:0624272 / Chassis 006119 Being Toyota maintenance is very easy. Good low-end power for towing…lovely truck and lots of fun too. Reliable Solid Construction Great for the Wilderness…Superb off the road... Excellent 4wd…it will go everywhere! Fun for the whole family...!!! This is originally a Canterbury Regional Council Vehicle (13 years) – sold brand new in Christchurch. A 7 owner vehicle from new – still on original black plates. Gearbox ...

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  • This car is in VERY GOOD condition. The straightness of the body is a feature in itself. The interior is beautiful and mechanically car is very sound. Lovely to drive – great club car or regular driver. SHIPPING / LOCAL TRANSPORT CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST. Contact Us For More Info.

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  • MINT CONDITION...ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! MATCHING NUMBERS 3.8 Manual / Overdrive BRITISH RACING GREEN CHROME WIRES TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST. Viewing is STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO!

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  • Beautiful overall condition. Drives exceptionally well. Comes with Original Service Passport and heaps of service records dating back to 1970 – Rust Free, good straight body, good paintwork - mostly original. Beautiful Original interior in very good condition TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST. Viewing is STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only. Price NZD14990 (New Zealand Dollars)

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  • The 1953 R Type Bentley – sister to the Rolls Royce Silver Dawn. The R Type is the second series of post war Bentley automobiles, replacing the mark VI. Essentially a larger-boot version of the Mk VI, the R type is regarded by some as a stop-gap before the introduction of the S series cars in 1955. As with its predecessor, a standard body was available as well as coach built versions by firms including H.J. Mulliner & Co, Park Ward, Harold Radford, Freestone & Webb and others. Other than ...

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  • V8 power, four seats and Michelotti styling – the noble Stag has it all. The Stag is a GT cruiser. Its 3.0-litre V8 majors on low-down torque, making it ideal for covering long distances, and it makes at least as wonderful a noise as the Rover V8, that was so often transplanted into Stags during the 1980s, ruining the car’s authenticity. Achingly desirable to look at, and with a sountrack to die for, the Stag had the world at its feet. Yes they came out with a few teething problems but ...

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  • Arguably, these cars were the best cars in the world at launch. In 1979, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class was relaunched, and once again took a big technological leap from what came before. Aerodynamic styling penned by Bruno Sacco signaled a new look that would filter its way down the entire range and showed that Mercedes-Benz was not about to lose its lead in its sector of the marketplace. Original engine line-up spanned 2.8-litre and six-cylinders, as well as the 3.8- and 5.0-litre V8s, all ...

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  • The Rolls-Royce Corniche Covertible is perhaps the most desirable luxury car of its era. Blessed with gorgeous styling, effortless performance, and more than enough lounging room, it oozes class and looks good in all of the smartest locations. Interestingly, the car was launched before its name, appearing as the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow two-door saloon in 1966. Its huge additional cost over the car it was based upon was down to its coachbuilt body, handcrafted by Mulliner Park Ward, and with ...

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  • The Jaguar XJ-S is a luxury grand tourer manufactured from 1975 to 1996. The styling was by Jaguar's pioneering aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer — one of the first designers to apply advanced aero principles to cars. Sayer died just before the XJ-S body styling was frozen for production. After a difficult start, the Jaguar XJ-S eventually became a true classic in the canon of British grand-tourers…and this is one of Browns Lane’s finest. ABOUT THIS CAR This one ticks all the ...

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  • One can point to a hundred things that have made the E-Type Jaguar a success from the moment it appeared: a list price that originally undercut competition from Aston Martin and Ferrari by half; performance years ahead of its time; looks that landed it in museums; and a legend that endures to the present day. But many other cars can also offer this sort of metaphorical timelessness. The Jaguar, however, also offers a concrete, mechanical appeal that has made it not just wonderful to see, but also ...

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  • Good to look at, fun to drive, amazing parts availability, the archetypal classic roadster. The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the world's best-selling sports car, and went on to define the concept of the open-topped British sports car for enthusiasts across the world. And since it went out of production in 1980 (by which time, it was already a classic), an entire support industry has grown up around it. In 1970 the Mk3 was given a BL-style front ...

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  • The lithe and lovely Sunbeam Alpine may look too chic to be champ. But champ it is. One of the best-kept secrets in British sports car motoring, the Sunbeam Alpine roadster was designed to compete with the MGA in the sports car market and appeal to US buyers, which meant a comfortable interior, sharp styling, wide swinging doors, extra leg room, bulletproof mechanicals and above-average weatherproofing. ABOUT THIS CAR Imported from Australia by us, this car has been subjected to a ground ...

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  • When was the last time you headed nowhere in particular? Not many car companies can say they built a legend like the iconic Mustang. It began as a design breakthrough. A car that coudln’t be coralled. Desolate routes and interstates suddenly became a driver’s paradise. These days, well nothing’s changed. Its still a joy to pop the hood or punch the perfect downshift. And there’s still a lot of open road out there for you to discover. ABOUT THIS CAR This Mustang has an impressive ...

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  • CAR DESCRIPTION From its impressive grille to its big strong rear bumper, here truly is the most beautiful car De Soto ever built. Just walk through De Soto’s big wide doors and see how roomy a car can be. Notice that instrument panel with dials and controls all conveniently grouped and when you turn the key to start the engine and drive away, you’ll be amazed at the wonderful ride. You’ll learn where the saying comes from – no other car rides like a DeSoto. ABOUT THIS CAR ...

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  • A superb example of a much loved 80's classic. Developed in Europe by Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, the coveted XR3i looks and goes like a true thoroughbred. The key to its sprting character is a smooth, flexible and free revving engine with Bosch K-jetronic fuel injection. In German built Cabriolet form, this high performing genuine four-seater is a sporty, sure footed convertible with a close fitting, fully insulated hood easily folded down for open air motoring, Alloy wheels, stereo ...

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  • British luxury at its very best, and you only need to spend a few minutes in the wood and leather-lined haven to feel completely relaxed. Few cars of this age can deliver such style and comfort, and things get even better on the move, where you’ll be treated to a smooth and wonderfully quiet power-plant with plenty of performance, and it is even better teamed with the smooth-shifting auto ‘box. It may not be very sporting in the bends but the Daimler is all about relaxed cruising and it ...

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  • The classic Daimler 250 V8 is a charming car, as luxurious on the road as a cruise ship is at sea. We bring you here a most sumptuous Daimler V8 250. Superficially, a Daimler 250 is a badge-engineered Jaguar Mk2. Only a discerning car buff would clock the moulded Daimler grille in place of the Jaguar mascot. But the Daimler isn't a leaping cat with a few changed spots, and should be celebrated as a big beast in its own right. It is powered by the last authentic Daimler engine after Jaguar's ...

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  • This 911 is in a class of its own. It's looks are what you can expect, awesome!!! Best described as beautiful!…light, fast, loud, its old school, a wild untameable beast, and its iconic! Amazing handling speed, Amazing cornering - a really nice classic sports car. Chassis 9114310227 / Engine 6340647 - This is the S Targa, 175bhp version. Very good overall condition. Beautiful paintwork - we understand car was repainted in original colour circa three years ago. Interior very tidy. Good ...

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  • This is a car that makes no contribution to a world full of compromise. There is great authority in every line and detail of the Jaguar XJ12. Yet the car’s finest achievement is the effortless way it takes charge of any driving situation. In motion, this superb luxury car handles and responds like a sports car, which is no more of what the world expects from a Jaguar. The XJ12 is engineered for very high performance. It is equipped with fully independent suspension, four wheel powered disk ...

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  • You will love this Bentley for its refined, laid back nature and raw power, while your passengers will enjoy a standard of ride quality that few cars of the era can match. Essentially a re-badged Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, the T1 differs from the Roller only in its slightly different grille and a few Bentley emblems. Inside, it’s pure prestige, with the finest of leather seats, wonderfully thick carpets and more standard equipment than just about anything of a similar era. The simple styling ...

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  • Six-figure glamour and power at a five-figure price. The XKR’s mission, as of all Jaguars, is to make you feel elegant and this car has awesome power, sweet handling, and true luxury in a supermodel body. Its a bit like Elizabeth Hurley-wearing Versace-at-the-Oscars sexy: provocative, confident, not at all trashy, with an upper-class British accent. ABOUT THIS CAR BEAUTIFUL CONDITION 4.0L V-8 Engine 5-spd auto w/OD Transmission 370 @ 6,150 rpm Horsepower 387 @ ...

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  • CAR DESCRIPTION The Vauxhall Velox is a large family car, introduced by Vauxhall shortly before the London Motor Show in October 1948, as a successor to the Vauxhall Fourteen. The Velox mirrored North American styling trends much more closely than other European models of the time. ABOUT THIS CAR The general condition of this car is very tidy and presentable. It is an honest car in very good order, that drives and works exceptionally well. A well maintained and desirable ...

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  • The MGB is a remarkable car. It deserves to be at the top of the shopping list for anybody who is looking for a classic sports car, that is practical and affordable, as well as stylish. Given a straight choice, most people would plump for the early all-chrome grille as their favourite but for a car that was in production for 28 years, the MGB changed remarkably little. First impressions are that the MGB is a typical sports car. Climbing in is a trifle undignified for anybody over 40 years ...

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  • The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the world's best-selling sports car, and went on to define the concept of the open-topped British sports car for enthusiasts across the world. And since it went out of production in 1980 (by which time, it was already a classic), an entire support industry has grown up around it. ABOUT THIS CAR Matching numbers car. Plenty of power on tap, thanks to its 1.8-litre B-series engine. Comes with four-speed ...

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  • There are some cars that just have it all. Take the Porsche 968 for example; it’s got the right badge, superb dynamics, excellent build quality, ample performance and it’s practical with it. Plus, it’s not as though the purchase or running costs are exorbitant. That smooth, torquey engine provides plenty of muscle and while the soundtrack isn’t as thrilling as a V8 or flat-six, the balance that it provides makes the 968 a seriously under-rated fast road or track day tool – which ...

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  • The Mercedes 350SL is an elegant classic with no old car drawbacks. When it was new back in 1972, this Mercedes-Benz 350SL cost twice as much as a Jaguar E-Type, which actually is less ridiculous than seems. On paper, this Mercedes isn't all that special, but its superlative build quality is what sets it apart from everything else. This particular SL was so well built, it remains in excellent, unrestored condition 45 years after leaving the factory. ABOUT THIS CAR Beautiful colour scheme ...

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  • It’s hard to imagine a car that has made a more spectacular debut than the Mustang did in April 1964. Stories abound of Americans queuing at dealerships just to get a look at the snappy new car; there’s even a story of a truck driver driving through a showroom window so distracted was he by the Mustang. Another goes that one buyer slept overnight in his car, right there in the showroom, while his bank cleared his cheque. Demand was such that sales outstripped production by 6000 vehicles ...

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  • Some say A Man and His Truck Is A Beautiful Thing! I say some things, you just can't put a price tag on,and that's exactly how we feel about this 1975 Bedford J1 truck. The Bedford TJ was first manufactured in 1958 and was an updated version of the TD range. The TJ was available in the United Kingdom up until 1975, after 1975 it was manufactured only for export. ABOUT THIS CAR It’s not in show condition by any means, but then who said that such trucks needs to be concours to be ...

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  • Modern man has simply become disoriented. We have lost our way where it comes to car manufacturing, which is why we bring you this Absolutely Immaculate example of the most desirable Mark 2 Jaguar’s of all time – the 3.8 Manual / Overdrive. And it's here - with the 3.8-litre Mk2 - that Jaguar created a legend. The new flagship proved popular and profitable for Jaguar. With a 125mph top speed and throttle adjustable handling, the 3.8 became the saloon of choice for enthusiastic drivers. A ...

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  • Though the first generation Camaro made a big performance splash with its big-block 396 cubic inch V8, it reached legendary status via Chevrolet’s COPO program, which allowed the Camaro to be ordered in the late-1960s with a multitude of big-block 427 cubic-inch V8s. When the boxy first generation Camaro styling was replaced by sleek European sports car type styling for 1970, the Camaro not only looked like a much faster car even when standing still, it had a revised platform, that was ready ...

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  • Head-turning’ takes on a new meaning when driving a piece of automotive history. Given that classic cars are now thought of as a sound investment opportunity, it also makes sense to note that the best Healey was saved for last, with the Austin-Healey Mk3, launched in 1964. Although the looks remained largely the same as the MK 11, this was the most powerful Austin-Healey with 148bhp for a maximum speed of 121mph. The Austin Healey 3000 is indeed a British marque, built between 1958 and 67, ...

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  • Experts agree that the most durable Mercedes cars ever built are those of the New Generation W114/115 series, introduced at the Frankfurt Auto Show of 1967. Manufactured for almost a decade, until 1976, and devoid of black boxes and electronic gimmicks whose failures eventually relegate even rust free late-models to the boneyard, Mercedes' New Generation cars are as solid as Sherman tanks and destined to live forever. Exceptional longevity, utilitarianism, and value aside, what a collector ...

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  • The fixed-roof MGB GT was introduced in October 1965. Production continued until 1980. The MGB GT sported a ground-breaking greenhouse designed by Pininfarina and launched the sporty hatchback style. By combining the sloping rear window with the rear deck lid, the MGB GT offered the utility of a station wagon while retaining the style and shape of a coupe. ABOUT THIS CAR Six years ago, this car was purchased from a deceased estate and has been used for occasional weekend runs since. ...

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  • The Alvis Firebird is an elegant British touring car made between 1935 and 1939 by Alvis Ltd in Coventry. Developed from the Alvis Firefly, only 449 Firebirds were produced, as a two-door Tourer, a 2+2 sports tourer, a two-door drophead Coupé, and a four-door Saloon. In 1939, World War II halted Alvis car production to make aircraft engines, and a German Luftwaffe bomb destroyed the Alvis car factory in 1940. ABOUT THIS CAR Chassis 12884, this saloon is the only example of its kind ...

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  • The Rover P6 was voted European Car Of The Year in 1964, the very first winner of this title. The P6 was a radical new product for its maker - and proof it was trying to move away from the 'Auntie' image that it had been landed with over the last couple of decades. It had styling that was influenced by the Citroen DS, and possessed a skeleton structure and modern styling that really were a million miles away from the P4. The company gambled that it would appeal to traditionally conservative ...

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  • The AC Cobra, sold as the Shelby Cobra in the United States, is an Anglo-American sports car with a Ford V8 engine, produced intermittently in both the UK and the US since 1962. Like many British manufacturers, AC Cars had been using the Bristol Straight 6 engine in its small-volume production, including its AC Ace two-seater roadster. This had a hand-built body with a steel tube frame, and aluminium body panels that were made using English wheeling machines. In September 1961, American automotive ...

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  • A Survivor like no other in Totally Original Condition! This is the car the motoring journalists loved to hate, but the truth is that these safe, solid and long-lasting machines now get even better – they are today sought after classics. Volvo would be the first to admit that the old 240 was never designed for driving enthusiasts. Rather, it is a thoroughly sensible car for people whose priorities are crash-worthiness, towing-ability and roominess. Handling, fuel economy and performance ...

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  • An MGB is a fun classic sports car to own and drive. The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Given how aghast aficionados were at its Federalised bumpers at the time of its launch, we can see how that's happened. But it's funny how the passage of time has really softened those controversial looks - a testament to the design department at Longbridge, which oversaw the installation of those bumpers on the 1975 cars. In reality, the MGB's modifications ...

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  • What started this stampede was a love affair that changed a million people – a love affair with the Ford Mustang! Grandmothers, Dads, Mums Kids…even the family dog. The Ford Mustang made a million drivers become Mustangers in just two years. And why have a million people gone for Mustang?…for the same reason Mustang goes for the people. With a willing, eager and ready V8, this car is a true people’s car that will put you way ahead. ABOUT THIS CAR This car was imported from ...

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  • The BMW 3 Series has been produced consistently since 1975, when it was code named the E21. Back then, there were only two body styles: a coupe, which is what everyone bought and a convertible, courtesy of a Stuttgart-based coach builder named Baur, who had a long history with BMW and apparently saw the market for a BMW convertible before BMW did. The Baur is a convertible of unusual proportions. For one thing, it isn’t a full convertible: the top panel comes off, and only the soft top ...

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  • The classic Daimler 250 V8 is a charming car, as luxurious on the road as a cruise ship is at sea. We bring you here a most sumptuous Daimler V8 250. Superficially, a Daimler 250 is a badge-engineered Jaguar Mk2. Only a discerning car buff would clock the moulded Daimler grille in place of the Jaguar mascot. But the Daimler isn't a leaping cat with a few changed spots, and should be celebrated as a big beast in its own right. It is powered by the last authentic Daimler engine after Jaguar's ...

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  • The final – and some would say ultimate – Capri arrived in 1978. Designated Project Carla, the re-invigorated coupe looked mean and moody, and proved that the Ford stylists had not lost their magic touch. Once again, the Capri became the pushy young exec’s weapon of choice, and the ‘S’ versions did all they needed to impress potential buyers who may have otherwise been tempted to go and buy a Manta. Ford dropped the Essex engine in 1981, replacing it with the ‘Cologne’ V6 – ...

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  • Stylish and capable, the Mk2 is, without doubt, one of Jaguar’s finest models. This well-sorted and cherished Mk2 is an enjoyable car to drive and the very essence of a British sporting saloon. From the luxurious interior to the taut and confidence-inspiring handling, you are unlikely to be disappointed behind the wheel of a good example like this one. On the road, the Mk2 retains a wonderful sense of civility and composure and it really is a classic that feels perfectly capable of long ...

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  • If ever a car has earned its stripes, its the Mini because never before has so much been put into so little for so few. In a world where is increasingly difficult to tell one small car from another and call it your own, the Mini now looks more special than ever. Its still the greatest joy to drive on four wheels. ABOUT THIS CAR Collectable classic Mini LE 1000. Best described as in good, beautiful used condition, complete with rare cloth trimmed interior and fully lined concertina ...

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  • An Iconic Mercedes sportster, that’s better suited to cultured cruising than hair raising. Classics, don’t come more timelessly elegant than the Pagoda Mercedes, in any setting, and these cars are perfectly capable of crossing continents without breaking into a sweat. Now, much more valuable than the R107 SL that succeeded it, Pagoda (codenamed W113 by Mercedes) values are on a trajectory that few could have foreseen just a couple of years ago. Some eye-watering values mean tarted-up cars ...

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  • CAR INFORMATION More Power, More Fun – I have always loved the raw, unrefined sports car look of the TR6. The car's performance – both acceleration and braking are more than adequate. The connection between car, driver and road are exceptional. The handling is excellent for a 70's vintage roadster. It all adds up to incredible fun. And it seems every day someone is giving a thumbs up or stopping to compliment the car's design and style. The TR6 puts a smile on the driver's face and everyone ...

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  • CAR DESCRIPTION Sometime on or about September 1967 the 3.4 Litre Mark 2 cars were re badged as the 340. The 340 was an interim model intended to fill the gap until the introduction of the XJ6 in September 1968. The automatic transmission was upgraded to a Borg-Warner 35 dual drive range. Power steering by Marles Varamatic was now available on the 340. Servicing intervals were increased from 3,200 km to 4,800 km. There was a slight reshaping of the rear body and slimmer bumpers and over-riders ...

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  • When introduced in 1979, the Jaguar XJ6 Series III was not immediately to everyone's liking. Despite an expensive redesign with its Pininfarina styled roof, and refreshed cabin, some Big Cat enthusiasts felt that it was taking liberties with the classic looks of one of their favourites. In fact, the Series III set out to rectify some of the deficiencies of the Series II, and was better equipped for everyday use, but you had to try one to find that out. In addition to new body panels, the new ...

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  • Presented in 1975, the XJ-S replaced the legendary E-type in Jaguar’s range. As well as being great to drive, it introduced new standards of passenger safety, with impact-absorbing bumpers on special struts, side-impact barriers built into the doors and a fuel tank mounted directly behind the rear seats to protect it from rear damage. ABOUT THIS CAR Comes with Walkinshaw Kit Only 5 owners from new – previous for 18 years Beautiful condition throughout Mechanically sound, ...

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  • It's unusual to find a facelifted car that's better looking than the car it was designed to replace but Jaguar managed this unusual feat, with the Mark 1 replacement. Not many other cars can claim to have built a reputation in as many ways as the Mark 2 Jag has. From stints as a star car of television, a race car driven by the likes of Sir Stirling Moss, to an infamous bank robber’s getaway vehicle of choice, it is perhaps one of the most iconic British cars of the 1960’s and is remembered ...

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  • Sales of the S-Types were disappointing and with the new ‘single’ model still a year or so away, Lyons decided that an interim model was vital. Hence the 420 Sovereign was introduced in 1967. In appearance it was an S Type with the Mark X frontal treatment. Like the S-Type, it benefited from the independent rear suspension first fitted to the E-Type but unlike the s-type it was fitted with the 4.2 ltr engine. ABOUT THIS CAR Heritage Certificate Available VCC Identification ...

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  • Nostalgia is popular these days and the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is one of the best muscle cars of the smoking-tire era. By the time the 1976 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am hit the market, Trans Am’s had found their niche. Despite ever-higher prices, output rose again as Pontiac sold one Trans Am for every three Firebirds -- even starting at USD4740 with a standard 185 horsepower 400-cid V-8. Both the Firebird's body and its interior earned some attention for 1976. Reshaping of the "shovel-nose" ...

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  • If it’s a classic British roadster you’re after, you cannot afford to ignore the TR2. Said to be the cheapest British car to top 100mph, the TR2 received plenty of plaudits from road testers of the time and "fun to drive" was a regular comment. And they were right, the TR2 is just that. Its 90bhp may not sound a lot today, but allied to compact dimensions and light kerb weight, it was more than enough to entertain an enthusiastic driver. This car comes complete with detailed log ...

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  • The Ferrari 308 was a classic car from the moment it was launched in 1975 and nearly 40 years later, the 308 has managed to hang on to some magic, even if you didn’t grow up watching Magnum P.I. Whether you recognize it from posters on a bedroom wall or as the chariot of Tom Selleck’s mustache, many people know this red wedge instantly. It was powered by the V8 from the GT4, and for the first 712 cars, was made in glassfibre - a first for Ferrari. That didn't last long, as it was cheaper ...

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  • Beautiful styling, excellent road manners, and in real terms, for a car with such iconic status, values are still realistic. Although automotive styling is subjective, the one vehicle that seems to top more opinion polls naming the most beautiful car in the world, the Jaguar E-type. Styled mainly by aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer, with significant input by Sir William Lyons, the coupe and roadsters caused a sensation when unveiled in 1961. In short, the E-type redefined the way in which we all ...

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  • The Austin-Healey 3000 was BMC's sporting flagship for almost a decade, and many detail changes were made along the way. The 3000 name was first used in 1959 when the C-Series engine from the 100/6 was upgraded to 2.9-litres (and a nominal for marketing 3-litres), for use in the uprated Farina bodied Westminster. The 3000 boasted more power, an improved gearbox and disc brakes on the front.The best was saved till last though, with the Austin-Healey Mk3, launched in 1964. Although the looks remained ...

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  • For the 1960s, the TR sports car line's styling got more confident, with Michelotti providing a much cleaner, more modern look. Its radically restyled body on a widened TR3A chassis was generally well-accepted, and pretty much everyone liked the sharply defined modern lines. Other improvements and upgrades included rack-and-pinion steering, all-synchromesh gearbox and an extra 150cc in engine capacity, upping the power and torque figures usefully. In 1964, the TR4 became the TR4A thanks to the ...

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  • The MkVI was effectively an all-new car, and had plenty of new technology to boast about. It was the first Bentley with a steel body as standard, although many buyers still took the coachbuilding route - and rightly so, as so many of the convertibles, tourers and shooting brakes were so attractive looking. Its chassis was quite advanced for the time, with independent front suspension, servo brakes, a four-speed gearbox and the very useful centralised chassis lubrication system. ABOUT THIS ...

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  • To understand the Rover P5, it is necessary to understand British society in the sixties. Its appeal lay in its respectability and quality, but without the whiff of flashiness that surrounded Jaguar. Contrary to popular perception, the upper classes would more often than not steer away from the likes of Bentley and Rolls Royce, preferring the more discrete charms of the Rover, compared with the ostentation of the higher end marques. This preference extended all the way to The Queen herself, ...

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  • I can honestly say that the Mini is the best car in this world!! When you see it on the car park it just makes you smile from cheek to cheek! Minis have a massive infectious character and you just can't help, but warm to them. This is a brilliant car. It has perfect all-round visibility, brilliant precise steering, the best road holding around, superb classic/modern/ageless styling. ABOUT THIS CAR Engine #: 994BIP137815 Chassis #: B26S738456A This car is an owner import. ...

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  • The C36 was the result of the partnership between Mercedes-Benz and its performance partner AMG, which had built a strong reputation for its tuned versions of regular Mercedes-Benz sedans. AMG began tuning Mercedes-Benz cars back in the 1960s, but today is part of Daimler and its work is now done in-house. It started life like any other humble C-Class; it only grew horns after being transported across town to the AMG factory where it underwent surgery of the most radical kind in the process ...

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  • f you have ever sat in the back of a Daimler, you may have wondered why these cars are such a hit with government ministers. The Double Six is far cheaper than the cheapest Rolls-Royce or Bentley, but oozes much the same opulence and is virtually as well made. Polished walnut and soft leather abound. The Double Six has a most cosy ambience and outstanding driving dynamics. You can feel the magic at work as soon as you hasten this beautiful car along some bumpy, bendy roads. No other luxury ...

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  • Some say you should never meet your heroes, especially when it comes to classic cars. The Mini’s road-holding and lively handling…few could have predicted the sensation set off by a tiny, quirky, front-wheel-drive hatchback with an engine mounted sideways and a suspension that literally relied on big, cone-shape pieces of rubber. Even designer Alec Issignosis was blown away by the Mini’s popularity. Committed to the notion of the Mini as an everyman’s car, Issigonis initially resisted ...

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  • V8 power, four seats and Michelotti styling – the noble Stag has it all. Unlike its Spitfire baby brother, the Stag is more GT cruiser than back road barnstormer, something that’s reflected in the multi-adjustable driving position; even the steering column can be tweaked for rake and reach. Triumph 2000 owners will feel right at home behind the wheel, since much of the cockpit furniture is very similar. The 3.0-litre V8 majors on low-down torque, making it ideal for covering long distances, ...

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  • he P6 was a radical new product for its maker - and proof it was trying to move away from the 'Auntie' image that it had been landed with over the last couple of decades. It had styling that was influenced by the Citroen DS, and possessed a skeleton structure and modern styling that really were a million miles away from the P4, which was still in production when the P6 was launched. The company gambled that it would appeal to traditionally conservative Rover customers, as well as attracting ...

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  • CAR DESCRIPTION A Classic British sports car with an international history! MG’s new MGA first saw the light of day in 1955 and was a huge breath of fresh air for the Abingdon marque. With the MGA, BMC brought their every man’s sports car ahead by two decades in one swoop. PROVENANCE This car’s first owner was Captain C O (Mick) Jennings, who arrived in Kuala Lampur from the UK in 1935, working as a municipal architect. At the end of the Great War, he had served in Mesopotamia ...

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  • Why is the MGB such a favorite with classic car hobbyists? The answer is simple: It is good-looking, fun to drive and easy to maintain. These are the same reasons the MGB, with a few changes, was successful in the new-car market for nearly two decades. Today, good examples are not impossible to find but getting harder. They are inexpensive to buy and backed by a fantastic network of MGB enthusiasts to provide support and share the fun of ownership. A brief review of the MGB’s history provides ...

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  • Early Jaguar XJs are enjoying a surge in popularity, but if you want the best then it has to be a Series 1. Straight from the 1968 launch of Sir William Lyons’s final masterpiece, it was recognised as the best car in the world. Forty years on and arguably the XJ6 was the last true world-beating saloon to roll out of Browns Lane. When it finally surfaced in 1968 it broke the mould for prestige saloons, not just matching its class peers but redefining the sector altogether – a feat even ...

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  • In its day, this was GMC breakthrough engineering in action. The V6 truck engine was built to shrug off abuse of extra heavy farm loads. huskier pistons, thicker crankshaft, bigger bearings…they all meant more miles of work…less dollars for repairs. This is a truck that at 50+ years old, it still hasn’t got tired. ABOUT THIS TRUCK NZ New Factory Right Hand Drive Awesome Condition Throughout Runs and Drives Beautifully Nicely restored over the years – very ...

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  • Briefly, this thoroughly satisfying car of the highest quality does everything with a silky quietness and also in about the highest degree of riding comfort and with a precision and lightness of control which makes a driver feel on top of his form and which renders every mile a delight whether in town or out on the open road…Throughout, there is that suggestion of top mechanical quality, exclusive to a tiny fraction of cars, which eludes detailed description. ABOUT THIS CAR Approx 4840 ...

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  • As automakers continue their relentless pursuit of refinement, there’s precious little magic to be had behind the wheel of a new car. Sit down, and you instantly know where everything is and how to operate it. Start it up and drive and few sensations are overly vivid. In short, most new cars are about as surprising as a toaster. This Ford’s Mustang Shelby GT is the un-toaster. Driving this car is memorable to say the least. The Shelby GT is a special-edition and among the Shelby GT's top ...

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  • A Jaguar reflects your success like no other car. Its reputation for effortless performance, superb road holding and supreme ride comfort is greatly deserved. No other car offers such a unique combination of design and engineering sophistication. No other car conjures up such contrasting images of sheer luxury and race bred power. As you settle behind the wheel of a Jaguar you realise that your life is not totally without success; that driving was never so relaxed and easy, so satisfying and ...

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  • The Capri Mk III was a little more than a substantial update of the Capri MK II. The first cars were available in March 1978 and for the 1982 model year, the Essex 3.0 V6 powerplant which had been the range topper since September 1969 was dropped, while a new sporty version debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, called the 2.8 Injection. The new model was the first regular model since the RS2600 to use fuel injection and gave a top speed of 210 km/h, but the car still had a standard four-speed ...

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  • For those who are not familiar with this model, the Bantam Singer Nine is a car which was produced by Singer from 1936 to 1939. It was the first model from Singer to have a pressed steel body. It was offered as a new economy model at the 1935 Motor Show in London, replacing the earlier Singer Nine series. Singer specialised in making small sports cars during the 1930s and had considerable success in rallies, hillclimbs and races. This model was built on the underslung chassis that had proved ...

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  • The Stag was launched in June 1970 and immediately created a favourable impression with buyers, who were quite literally enamoured by its simple beauty and its gorgeous engine note with accompanying exhaust ‘woofle’. Performance was good – its 2997cc Triumph engine certainly did everything asked of it. Sales were good and the effect on the Triumph range as a whole was marked – the uplift in image was there for all to see. Achingly desirable to look at, and with a sountrack to die for, ...

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  • It was mid-year 1955, when the pilot-house cab with wrap around windshield was introduced by Dodge. The C Series pickups will be known forever, as the first V8 powered Dodge truck, the thoroughly modern, light weight and compact 241cid Power Dome V8 engine featured overhead valves, 145hp and 215 ft/lbs of torque at 2400rpm. ABOUT THIS TRUCK This truck is Concourse. It was restored correctly to the highest of standards and is now one of the best, if not the best example of this model ...

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  • CAR DESCRIPTION Morgan have been hand building the 4/4 for 80 years. Still hand built in England at the famous Pickersleigh Road factory, the Morgan 4/4 is the longest running production car in the world. Morgan’s first proper road car was the 4-4 as released in 1936. It initially used a Coventry Climax 4-cylinder engine and was the first Morgan to have 4 wheels. Even with just 36 bhp available, the model was used in competition including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and many Rallies of the ...

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  • The XK140 was offered in three forms - coupe, roadster and drophead coupe. The Drophead Coupé is the most interesting variation, with an additional pair of rear seats that added practicality. The 140 is desirable property. It is also a lot more comfortable than the 120. The engine was moved forward, and the cockpit considerably enlarged. The wheel was canted slightly too, and the whole revision adds up to a lot more enjoyable car to drive. The 140 lives up to its predecessor's reputation ...

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  • Six-figure glamour and power at a five-figure price. The XKR’s mission, as of all Jaguars, is to make you feel elegant and this car has awesome power, sweet handling, and true luxury in a supermodel body. Its a bit like Elizabeth Hurley-wearing Versace-at-the-Oscars sexy: provocative, confident, not at all trashy, with an upper-class British accent. ABOUT THIS CAR LIKE NEW CONDITION 4.0L V-8 Engine 5-spd auto w/OD Transmission 370 @ 6,150 rpm Horsepower 387 @ 3,600 ...

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  • The Jaguar Coupe is amongst the world's most beautiful cars. It is also Jaguar's rarest production car with 6487 examples built between 1975 and 1978. When Sir William Lyons began styling exercises for the new XJ models in the mid 1960’s, it was clear that he had the notion of a two door coupe in mind for eventual production. They were first shown in 1973 at the International Motor Show when it was announced that both 4.2 liter six cylinder and 5.3 liter twelve cylinder versions would be available ...

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  • A great & affordable enthusiast's sports car. The MGB GT coupe is a car that I've always been attracted to, it's classy, chic and a great deal of fun to drive around town. Easy & straightforward to work on and inexpensive to maintain. The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the world's best-selling sports car and since it went out of production in 1980, by which time, it was already a classic, an entire support industry has grown up around it. ABOUT ...

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  • The Austin Light Twelve-Four was a car produced by the Austin Motor Company from 1933 until 1939. It was replaced in 1939 by a completely new car also called the Austin 12, which kept the same engine. The Austin Twelve Saloon, with its new body at the time, continued to exemplify the ideal family car, combining safety, economy, and appearance, with a highly satisfactory road response and really generous accommodation. Its high and wide doors permitted easy entrance to and exit from the spacious ...

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  • Forever synonymous with the TR range of sportscars, the Triumph marque was in a state of flux when the first of that famous line was introduced in 1953. From that point, it has never looked back and yet had it not been for the TR series – and most notably, the TR2 that started it all off – Triumph as a marque could well have died out long before it did. The success of these sporting roadsters also saw the marque become the dominant partner of the Standard-Triumph concern. ABOUT THIS CAR ...

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  • The P6 was a radical new product for its maker. It had styling that was influenced by the Citroen DS, and possessed a skeleton structure and modern styling that really were a million miles away from the P4, which was still in production when the P6 was launched. The company gambled that it would appeal to traditionally conservative Rover customers, as well as attracting new ones. The bid worked, and the P6 went on to become a huge commercial success. The P6B caught on rapidly, selling in ...

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  • There’s something wonderfully ‘right’ about a good P4. There’s a crisp, ‘engineered’ feel that works well with all the wood and leather, while clambering aboard is an experience, with those suicide rear doors adding excitement for passengers. The six-cylinder models get all of the glory. While no racing machine, a P4 is easily capable of holding its own on a motorway. The high seating position and enormous steering wheel combine to make you feel king of the road, while the delicious, ...

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  • The Daimler Conquest is a series of automobiles produced by The Daimler Company Limited in the United Kingdom from 1953 to 1958. Based on the Lanchester Fourteen, the Conquest replaced the Daimler Consort. Any model from the old established Daimler Company constitutes an event of considerable note. Although it is somewhat traditional in appearance, the Daimler Conquest has well balanced lines and a smart exterior style. It is a car that commanded widespread attention for the way in which ...

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