Car & Classic Dealer

Trevor Farrington Ltd

Moseley Hall Farm Chelford Road Knutsford Cheshire

WA16 8RB

Trevor Farrington Ltd

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  • This immaculate example has recently been the subject of an extensive rebuild to a very high standard, and will be sold with a new HTP. The Marcos has an extensive and FIA compliant specification, including: • New tub and engine frame • New lightweight bodywork • Two fully rebuilt strong Volvo engines (spare unused) • Close ratio M40 gearbox, with a Quaife box as spare • Alloy LSD • Quick rack • Foam filled tank • Rebuilt dampers and new springs • Three sets of wheels • Safety ...

    Cheshire
  • Most recently restored by ourselves in 2016 and maintained by us ever since, this stunning red roadster is the desirable 4.2 version. Originally a factory special order car, the E Type benefits from a comprehensive specification including a close ratio gearbox, 3.31 differential, competition torsion bars, upgraded brakes, wider stainless wire wheels with 205 Yokohamas, electric fan, windshield and a mohair hood. It has extensive history files which demonstrate the extent to which this much loved ...

    32,000
    Cheshire
  • This original UK matching numbers coupe is in lovely condition and has had only four owners from new. It is one of only approximately 1070 original UK RHD examples. The E was extensively restored in 2005/6, including a full engine rebuild. More recently it has benefited from regular use and maintenance over the past ten years in the hands of its current enthusiastic owner. This has included an axle and gearbox rebuild and suspension ball joint conversion by CMC in 2012. Attractively presented ...

    81,000
    Cheshire
  • Austin Sevens have a strong and loyal following and the Chummy is especially popular, offering open air pre-war motoring at an affordable price with relatively low ownership costs. The owner of this lovely example bought it as a fully restored car from an Austin Seven collector some 20 years ago. We have looked after the car ever since and the car has been kept in top class running and MOT’d condition. Most recently this has included having the original dynamo rewound (at some expense). In ...

    472
    Cheshire
  • This well-known Junior was Crossle’s first rear engined car and is the oldest example of the marque in active competition today. As such it represents an important part of the company’s history, but also has a strong record of success in historic motorsport. Previously a drum braked rear engined class champion, the Crossle has scored notable results at Goodwood and Monaco in recent years. Fitted with a strong low mileage Ford engine the car is presented in race ready condition with current ...

    Cheshire
  • This iconic and highly successful car was built by Roy Lane and Nicholls Engineering over the winter of 1968/9. It was then used by Lane throughout the 1969 season, winning a race at Silverstone, scoring FTDs and hill records at Doune and Great Auclum, and taking second place overall in the RAC Championship. Then campaigned by John Cussins in 1970, taking tenth place overall in the RAC Championship on the basis of his four scores. The TechCraft subsequently passed through several owners before ...

    Cheshire
  • This unique Chevron has an interesting and continuous history. Chevron only built nine B20s, and this was the only F3 version produced. It was run by the factory for Chris Skeaping before going to the Italian Chevron dealer, Eris Tondelli. On its return to the UK the car won the 1977 F4 and 1980 Monoposto championships in the hands of Alex Lowe. The B20 was then restored by Roger Andreason and sold to Nick Crossley in 1994, who went on to win the Classic F3 Championship in 1995. When bought by ...

    Cheshire
  • Chassis HU12 was originally sold to Carl Haas in the US in March 1972 and driven by Gus Hutchison. Subsequent US owners include Eddie Miller, Dan Gardner and Mike Ferraro, before returning to the UK in 1985. Raced in HSCC events by John Beasley, Gary Pearson, John Harper and Nick Rini. Restored by Simon Hadfield in 2006 and raced regularly by Bruce Fullerton in Derek Bell Trophy events in 2007 and 2008, until accident damaged in 2009. Following a period in storage we have rebuilt the car using ...

    Cheshire
  • This very handsome Derby Bentley sports saloon has elegant pillarless coachwork by Vanden Plas. It was delivered to its first owner, a Miss Durand of Barkston Gardens in London SW5 in February 1937. The Bentley was the subject of a ground up restoration in 1992 at a reputed cost in excess of £60,000. This included stripping the car to a bare chassis, overhauling the engine with new pistons, inspecting the gearbox and overhauling the clutch. The woodwork was restored, the interior retrimmed ...

    Cheshire
  • This stunning Cortina had a very successful rally career in the early 1990s and has more recently been developed into a class winning and totally immaculate historic touring car. It can however be supplied with the original Leda suspension and other parts to convert back to rally specification. Originally a Cortina GT but completely rebuilt as a rally Lotus Cortina by Graham Lepley and Ian Corkhill in 1990, and re-registered as a Lotus in the Isle of Man. The car went on to finish second in that ...

    Cheshire
  • The PRH9 was Elden's first F3 car. Launched at the 1972 Racing Car Show and featuring a plated spaceframe chassis clothed in conventional ‘shark nosed’ bodywork. It was tested extensively but only raced twice that year, driven by Mike Catlow. The factory then updated the car to PRH12 specification for the 1973 season, with a full width nose, higher cockpit sides and a tapered engine cover. Driven by Andy Sutcliffe, the car achieved a best result of 3rd at Brands Hatch. With the introduction ...

    Cheshire
  • This highly developed Clubmans began life as a very successful circuit car and has subsequently been converted to a turbocharged hillclimb and sprint contender with a very competitive power to weight ratio. A multiple class winner in hands of John Barnard in the 1996 and 1997 Castle Combe GT series, the car benefitting from extensive development from Gould Engineering during this time. The Vision was then extensively rebuilt and modified to accept one of the special turbocharged K Series engines ...

    Cheshire
  • Honda’s C series step through bikes have been with us since 1967, and have gained a reputation for reliability and longevity. In recent years they have become very collectable, especially immaculate early round headlamp models like this example. Stored in a shed between 1985 and 2004 the C70 was then treated to an extensive nut and bolt restoration using only genuine Honda parts. A photographic record was kept of the work carried out, which was completed in October 2014. As can be seen ...

    8,664
    Cheshire
  • Chassis number 1 has an interesting and well-documented history. Originally supplied to Rondel Racing for Tim Schenken to race in F2 in 1971, coming fourth in the European championship. Then sold to Bobby Howlings, and used by him briefly in libre racing in March 1972. Howlings then sold the car to Tate of Leeds Racing who leased it for Graham Hill to use in the early F2 races at Thruxton and Hockenheim before his BT38 was delivered. Subsequently used in libre, Shellsport G8, French hillclimbs ...

    Cheshire
  • Chassis FJ-15-63 first appeared at the 1963 Racing Car Show fitted with hydrolastic suspension and known as the Hydro Proto Car. This arrangement proved to be unsuitable and the car was converted to coil springs and run during that season by the Tyrrell Racing Team. The Cooper then ran in International F3 in 1964 before being purchased by Peter Stewart who competed in Scottish races and hill climbs until 1970. The car was then laid up until 2007 and not used in competition until purchased by the ...

    Cheshire
  • This stunning example is the last Vin Malkie continuation B19 produced, using all new parts other than a set of original bodywork. Only used for a limited number of classic hillclimbs since built, with several successes including an FTD at Shelsley Walsh. In immaculate condition, with a very low mileage Hickman alloy blocked BDG and FT200. Complete with spare ratios, single and twin seat bodywork/screen, silenced and open tailpipes and a Motorsport UK log book. Also available as a rolling ...

    Cheshire
  • This is probably the ultimate modsports Cayman, built and developed to a very high specification by specialists but never used in anger. The ‘Pink Pig’ is a homage to the Le Mans Porsche 917 of the same name. Built from a bare shell with a fully integrated cage using Kevlar and plastic panels, GT3 RS alloy doors and highly developed ground effect aerodynamics. Powered by a 420 bhp 3.9 litre engine with GT3 RS competition throttle bodies and a custom Pace dry sump system. Fitted with a Sadev ...

    Cheshire
  • Bought as a 21st birthday present on August 27th 1967, this remarkable example has been with the same owner until purchased by his neighbour when he passed away. During that time it has travelled less than 30,000 miles and been kept in original condition. The Healey was wax oiled from new and cherished by the owner until he married and started a family. He re-wax oiled the car all over and put it into a well ventilated, heated, dark garage under his house in 1980. The car has not been taxed since ...

    29
    Cheshire
  • This stunning Chevron has an interesting and continuous history from new. Originally supplied to French Chevron importer Pierre Maublanc and believed to be the chassis raced by him in the 1973 Le Mans 24 hours, when powered by a Schnitzer BMW engine. The B23 was bought by Marc Pozet who raced and hillclimbed the car with some success, winning the 1974 French Hillclimb Championship. Subsequent owners were Alès Tessier and Gualtiero Giribaldi, with the latter competing in the Orwell Supersports ...

    Cheshire