Car & Classic Dealer

Classic and Vintage Vehicles Ltd

Lane End Works Skipton Road Earby Lancashire

BB18 6PX

Classic and Vintage Vehicles Ltd

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  • This very tidy and original bodied Alvis 12/40 was despatched from the works on the 29th July 1924 and exported to Australia where the car was bodied as a four seater tourer by Kirkham of Sydney. The first owner, a Mr Boyce was a Sydney based real estate broker who eventually passed the car to its second owner a Mr John Claude Cole in whose family it remained until circa 1980. Consigned to auction, the 12/40 was complete but dilapidated when Australian Alvis Owner’s Club member Mr Fred ...

    Lancashire
  • Fully restored and uprated to period rally spec. Fitted with tuned 3000 engine with alloy cylinder head. Later 3000 centre change gearbox with overdrive. Front disc brakes. Many upgrades. Little use since full and comprehensive restoration. Finished in Colorado Red with Old English White works hard top. Invoices on file. Superb example.

    Lancashire
  • This superb example of the Triumph Gloria model was first registered in April 1934. Only seven examples in this specification were built and only one other car is known to survive according to the pre 1940 Triumph Motor Club making this a very rare pre war four seater sporting tourer. The car has been the subject of a full nut and bolt restoration by a previous keeper of some 34 years and has since completed less than 250 miles. The car is equipped with the original 6 cylinder 12.9hp 1476cc ...

    Lancashire
  • Matching numbers rare UK RHD Tiger, presented in superb condition Complete and fully documented thorough restoration carried out between 2007 and 2011. Huge history/restoration file with detailed photographs and correspondence with the Sunbeam Tiger Club. Old MOT certificates dating back to 1983 to verify current mileage of 51,500 Finished in Mediterranean Blue and fitted with sensible upgrades including immobiliser, twin electric cooling fans and converted period radio. Will be sold ...

    51,500
    Lancashire
  • Original UK right hand drive car with overdrive Complete with full weather gear including tonneau cover The car comes a interesting history file; In the cars early life it was owned by the wife of a Triumph factory engineer who it seems updated the front to 'A' spec when the car was almost new. Used occasionally from the early sixties up to the mid eighties it was then sympathetically restored. From 1993 to 1998 the car was owned by Sir John Robson Rogers who during this period was ...

    Lancashire
  • First registered in March 1935. This rare classic motorcycle fitted with the 550cc side-valve engine was formerly part of a Danish collection and registered in the UK in 2018. This particular example is in great condition all round and runs superbly with the benefit of a discreet electronic ignition conversion. Would make an ideal addition to any classic collection

    Lancashire
  • This superb example of the iconic E-Type Jaguar has been the subject of a full restoration to a very high standard, finished in red with tan leather interior, mohair hood and hood cover. Driving superbly and benefitting from a 5 speed manual gearbox and SU carb conversion. Approximately 5,000 miles since engine rebuild. The general fit and finish and shut lines are excellent Originally a left hand drive car brought back from Texas prior to restoration works and converted to right ...

    Lancashire
  • Old English white with black interior, rare early pull door handle car fitted with overdrive. Last owner since 1993 with a history file and Heritage Certificate, together with Abingdon registration number (GBL). The car has just been re-commissioned after being used very little in the last few years. It is in need of body renovation work to all 4 wings and both doors but is structurally sound and now has 12 months MOT. The original 3 bearing engine has been replaced with a later 5 bearing ...

    Lancashire
  • This excellent example of the rare and desirable manual gearbox DB9 was first registered in July 2005. Finished in one of the best colour combinations Titanium Silver with contrasting grey leather interior. Having covered 46,000 miles it comes with a full service history. This service history shows a clutch replacement (and upgrade) at 35,445 miles carried out by Aston Martin, Leeds (JCT 600). Only a limited number of manual DB9’s were produced and combined with the accompanying sound ...

    46,000
    Lancashire
  • This car was first registered in July 1972 and is a genuine UK RHD car. The car was completely rebuilt in 2001 with no expense spared and has since covered approximately 15,000 miles during which time it has been used in dry weather only and well maintained and still looks and drives superb a testament to how well the restoration was done. The car is finished in Rover-MG British Racing Green. During the restoration and subsequent maintenance works the car has had many sensible upgrades ...

    Lancashire
  • An excellent opportunity to purchase a UK supplied genuine RHD car presented in superb condition. Same family ownership from 1972 to 2014. Between 2015 and 2016 the car was treated to restoration work carried out by marque specialist Rawles. Panel gaps and fit are excellent with superb paint finish and interior trim Fitted with new wire wheels and tyres Comes complete with a large history file of invoices, old MOT certificates and photos

    Lancashire
  • The first owner of this example of a MG PA was Flying Officer F L Newall he bought the car on 1st December 1934 from Richmond car sales in Surrey. In 1935 he took part in driving tests at the Brooklands track and in 1936 took part in hill climbs with the Midlands Car Club. The large and interesting history file with the car shows letters for warranty work between himself and Abingdon Works and photos of the car competing in the hill climb. The car was then used for many years overseas ...

    Lancashire
  • This particular example of one of Abingdon’s finest is best described as immaculate. Finished in old English white with red leather upholstery, black carpets, black hood and full tonneau cover. Following a return from dry state USA in around 2011 the car was dry stored until restoration was carried out between 2012-2015, during which it was converted to RHD. The comprehensive body off restoration was meticulously carried out to a superb show winning standard with everything either being ...

    Lancashire
  • This example of a 1931 Morris Minor was the 8th of a batch of 30 2 seaters built at the beginning of March 1931. These particular models were unofficially known as the “One hundred pound Morris Minors” The car is painted in battleship grey with maroon upholstery which according to information on file for the car was its original colour. An improved type electric wipers and indicators have been fitted and the original shock absorbers have been replaced by Hartford units (as fitted ...

    Lancashire