At the 1950 Earl’s Court Motor Show the Morgan Motor Company, a small British sports car manufacturer at the time, introduced the 2088cc Plus 4 to the industry. A highly capable machine that quickly became the platform for innovative performance upgrades within the company.
This fantastic example was built August 1965 by the Dagenham Lotus factory, one of the only 3,306 MKI Lotus Cortina’s to roll off the factory line between 1963-1966. Presented with the Cortina are past FIA Historic Vehicle Passport dated September 1990 and highlights the vehicle was restored 1989, accompanied by countless FIA photographs from the period.
This now competitive Saloon originally left the Browns Lane production line in March 1959 finished in classic Cornish Grey over Red leather, sold a month later to the owner of a Devon based exhibition horse breeders. Since these simple Cornish days, the Mk1 now boasts an impressive Rob Beere racing 3.4l engine, valid FIA papers and eligibility for the Goodwood circuit.
This unique 1957 Hillman Minx series 1, is believed to have been given the Alexander Conversion treatment in mid-1960, supplied by the sports automotive specialists who had built up quite a reputation in developing performance engine and suspension conversions for practically every available car in the late fifties and early sixties - Alexander Engineering Co. Little did the owner of the time know, this first performance conversion would be the start of this little 50’s Saloon racing career.
Now available is this all matching numbers UK delivered 1974 Aston Martin V8 Series 3, finished in Imperial Blue with restored Cream leather interior. The V8 has been superbly maintained throughout each ownership, with the bodywork, paintwork and mechanicals in excellent condition.
A rare opportunity to restore a 1954 Aston Martin DB 2/4 Mark I 3-litre sports saloon to your exact specification. Arriving at DM Historics in Orient Blue with Beige interior. this soon to be stunning example was one of the first 451 DB 2/4 Mark off the production line.