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Pendine

The Blast House, Bicester Heritage, Buckingham Road Oxfordshire

OX27 8AL

Pendine

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“It should be made clear from the start that this is a car for the enthusiast who can appreciate its tremendous qualities, all of which are concerned with motion” W.A McKenzie, 1950 The Healey Silverstone is a soldier in that fabulous army of small production British sports racing cars, such as the Allard J2, ...

Oxfordshire

The Aston Martin DB4’s competition potential had been recognised from the outset, and the factory lost no time in developing a lightweight version suitable for racing, the resulting DB4GT debuting at the 1959 London Motor Show. The idea of a non-factory but community-led DB4 Lightweight development programme was born ...

Oxfordshire

This 365 GTB/4 – more commonly known as a Daytona, after the Italian firms podium sweep at the 1967 Daytona 24 hours – is one of the 158 UK, Right Hand Drive examples built by Ferrari. Produced by Ferrari in September 1973 and Supplied through Maranello Concessionaires Ltd, Chassis 16833 was originally finished ...

Oxfordshire

This XK140 Drophead Coupe stands out of the crowd for three reasons – originality, custodianship and condition. Shipped from Southampton on the 18th January 1957 to Rhodesia, 807480DN is the last RHD XK140 Drophead Coupe built. Almost 60 years of history starts with service work in Bulawayo, Rhodesia in 1963. There ...

Oxfordshire

Lancia’s classic Aurelia, the first car ever to employ a V6 engine, was initially launched at the 1950 Turin Motor Show with the B10 saloon. The B20 joined the Aurelia line up the following year styled by Pinin Farina. A fastback ‘2+2’ on a shortened wheelbase which, with its combination of sports car performance ...

Oxfordshire

With Europe opening its borders and the chequered red cloth of the French roadside Tabac calling, this is the perfect XK to eat up Continental miles. Prepared for touring and gentle rallying, this 3.4 'S' has already proven itself with a life touring extensively in Belgium, the USA and the UK. Though standard to the immediate ...

Oxfordshire

When launched, the Gordon Keeble was considered one of the finest – if not one of the most eccentric – four seat super saloons of the period. But as with all small volume, hand built marques, there’s always someone who has to take it one stage further. With chassis 39, that man was Brian Ansell, who committed ...

Oxfordshire

Developed by Lotus Components Ltd. from the 46 Europa production car, the 47 was a pure competition car built for homologation in Group 4 as a Competition Sports Car. They competed at events throughout Europe in the late 60’s including Le Mans and the BOAC 6 hours at Brands Hatch. Manufactured by Lotus Components ...

Oxfordshire

The Bristol-powered Ace is eligible for the very best of the world’s historic motoring events, and the model holds a special place among historic car enthusiasts. This car, BEX349, has an interesting history. It is the only AC Ace supplied new to St Lucia in the British West Indies. The car left the Works factory on ...

Oxfordshire

. Driven by many of the great drivers of the period including Aaltonen, Hopkirk and Makinen, the Mini Cooper was a true game changer; its size was deceptive and the boys from Abingdon developed it into the most successful works rally car of the 1960s. From Hopkirk’s unexpected victory on the 1964 Monte, the Cooper ...

Oxfordshire

Introduced in 1953, the Le Mans Coupe was the first closed production car from Frazer Nash.  In essence a Targa Florio with a hard top, the coupe used the new parallel-tube chassis frame, wrapped in a striking alloy body. Independent front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering and torsion bar rear suspension, the engine ...

Oxfordshire