A PERFECT INVESTMENT as used by film stars throughout the 30's, 40's and 50's. For example, "To Catch a Thief" starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly. 1948 Delahaye 135M. Very Rare Three Position Drophead Coupe. Coachwork by Pennock. Original Right Hand Drive. Some 14 years ago a total nut and bolt body off restoration was undertaken, at which time literally everything that could possibly be done was done. Now a recent full and extensive service has just been carried out including all brand new tyres. Her pontoon-style front wings and her 3.5 litre engine makes her a stunning, rakish, sporty, drivable car, keeping up with modern day traffic. Finished in deep Maroon and Burgundy with fine Silver coach lining, biscuit leather interior, matching Mohair hood and contrasting maroon carpets. The perfect long distance family touring car having been used by me personally and sensibly priced. Part exchange considered. We accept Euros
Just look at this! What a head turner. This original 1939 Ford 4.0 Litre Flathead V8 Convertible Club Coupe with rumble seat is just like brand new, having undergone a total nut and bolt rebuild at the cost of over $100,000 with full photographic evidence and all bills, with so many upgrades it is unbelievable. Just to name a few, she has Offenhauser heads, Fenton exhaust manifolds, twin Stromberg 97 downdraft carbs, in-house air conditioning, telescopic shocks, Ford banjo axle with stainless steel transverse leaf spring suspension, with an upgraded American 5 speed Tremec gearbox for high speed touring, aluminium radiator, all braided fuel hoses and all stainless steel brake pipes. Literally everything was done including having a brand new chassis reproduced. Her superb hand painted ghost flamed paintwork makes her a flamboyant master piece and under the bonnet is a sight to behold, a sheer piece of art! She is UK registered and ready to go now. This fantastic original American Classic would be the envy of all your friends. Unrepeatable. We accept Euros.
A Concours Bristol 410 probably the best example in existence. 1968 Bristol 410. As a Bristol enthusiast for over 40 years being well known for specialising in the marque throughout the 70's and 80's and owning a 410 for many years for my personal use before up grading to a 411. I can clearly state this is the best example I have ever had the pleasure of owning. Finished in Balmoral Green with Red leather hide and Wilton carpets. Being totally restored from the chassis up in 2010 at enormous cost including a brand new engine. Full photographic evidence of the restoration which is very comprehensive, extensive service history and all bills available. Just fully serviced with brand new tyres and MOT. Must be seen to be believed. Any inspection invited. We accept Euros.
1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon. By Park Ward. This owner drivers car with no division is beautifully original both bodily and interior and her mechanics having been totally rebuilt 10 years ago. Just serviced with brand new tyres including tubes. This very elegant Lady oozes character. She has twin side mounts, large rear boot, full length sunroof, twin horns, centre fog, side drivers mounted spot lamp. Her chrome and paintwork are in excellent condition a part from a few minor blemishes here and there that one would expect from a car of this age. She is finished in Rolls-Royce Nutmeg and Rolls-Royce Royal Ivory, with a delicate Ivory coach line through the centre of the wings. Her roof is covered in Black Double Duck (Canvas) and is in good original condition. Her elegant interior is finished in Beige Bedford cord upholstery, with matching carpets and headlining. Her woodwork is in very good condition for its age giving a nice patina with a lot of very fine art deco detail with twin coffee tables to the rear. The running boards are also very detailed with a chrome edge to them, art deco once again. She drives beautifully with good oil pressure and a steady temperature. Very lively and a pleasure to drive. The ash framework is in excellent condition, the gaps on the doors and panels are also excellent with no signs of flexing. The car is basically a very original car and in excellent condition for its age with all its tools, chassis sheets, handbooks, manuals and considerable service history.
Absolutely Fabulous and Unrepeatable. 1928 Vauxhall 20/60 Melton fastback Open Tourer with Dickey seat. This rare delightful drop head Coupe has the powerful 3 litre 6 cylinder overhead valve engine and effortlessly keeps up with modern day traffic. Having undergone a total ground up body off restoration between 1986 and 1990. Then a further £20,000 has been spent over the last 6 years consisting of bare metal respray, total engine rebuild, new clutch, starter, overhauled gearbox, all new tyres and overhauled brakes. Believed one of only three 20/60's still in existence. This gem of a car oozes character with unbelievably fine detail and turns heads wherever she goes and underneath is like a brand-new car. Just been fully serviced through our own workshops and now ready to be enjoyed. Really stunning and must be seen to be believed as her condition is irreproachable. We accept Euros.
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