This 1948 Healey Woodie Estate was built by the very well-known Healey Elliott pre-war racer Hector Hobbs, as a result as liking the cars, decided to sell Healeys from his garage in Southampton.
The car drives really well and accelerates easily up through the gears and cruises happily at 60mph on the open road with more to spare. The car has recently passed through an MOT and will be able to be registered on the road in the UK with a new V5...
Finished in Orchard green metallic with Magnolia leather upholstery, this well cared for Volante is offered with the aforementioned service history, MoT to June 2017, V5C registration document and a quantity of MoT certificates, dating back to 1985,...
1949 Healey Beutler built in Switzerland by Carrosserie Gebrueder Beutler on a Healey chassis. This is a very rare motor car with great supportive history file and ready for european tours and rallies.
This car was shipped to the USA in January 1982 to the Wichita, KS area, by the late 80's and appears to have stayed there for decades. By 2012, the V8 Volante is believed to have been owned by a New York based enthusiast until 2015, when it was...
With only 56,000 kms on the clock the car sits and drives so well. With only 20 of the 50 production cars built being left hand drive and one of only eight with automatic transmission, makes this a very desirable collectors motorcar and one, which...
The car was totally restored and is in outstanding condition and exceptional attention to detail as with all the workmanship from the workshop of authority.
This beautiful and outstanding Rolls Royce Shadow II was supplied new by Jack Barclay London in 1977. Imported to Norway in 1986, with two previous owners since and the last one owned since 1991.
The car was then sold to Mr Jopp of the British School of Motoring, London on 16 October 1967 with 11068 miles on the clock. The car has been totally restored and entered into a number of Aston martin Owners Club Concours events and winning the last.
Heron GT40 MK4 An Amazing Sports Car - More details to follow...
The last car of the first batch built at the end of 1950. Shipped back to the UK in 2015, the car has completed a full nut and bolt restoration it was fitted the Le Mans Tri-carb cylinder head time for the 2016 Mille Miglia, completed and finished.
One of the most outstanding Aston Martin V8 vantage V600 cars on the road today, with every available option fitted. More details to follow...
The car was regularly serviced at Aston Martin Works service while in his ownership. The car was then sold to an Aston Martin collector where it sat in a large collection, only covering 2,000 miles until 2012 when it was sold to Noble House in...
This car we are delighted to offer is a 1979 manual right hand drive Webber carburetor car, which has been subject to major restoration work and is in very fine order. A all matching numbers car finished in traditional Aston martin green with tan...
Excellent condition and well documented service and ownership history. Very desirable and collectable version and colour combination.
The DB MKIII was purchased by the current owner in 2016 and shipped straight to renown Aston Martin specialist Spraytec where the car was fully checked over and fine fettled for European touring. The car is in great all round condition and a true...
We are honoured to offer this concours winning Citroen DS23 Safari, total nut and bolt restoration by the world renown and famous Citroen specialist Bert Kocken. The car underwent a total restoration over five years with Bert and is faultless.
The Healey Duncan Drone was budget Healey beating the car tax. The chassis and running gear was supplied tax free and the aluminium coach built Duncan Drone body fitted to the Healey chassis, making the car under the £1,000.
With only 245 DB6 MKII Saloons built in total. We are very proud to be able to offer this very straight Aston Martin DB6 MKII Saloon, left hand drive and manual transmission.
'It's not by any means the world's most expensive drophead in production (the Corniche costs an extra £23,000) nor is it quite the quickest, though a Porsche Cabrio would have to be very well driven to get away from it, but the Aston Martin Volante...
Aston Martin DBSV8 Automatic This very original left hand drive 1972 Aston Martin DBSV8 automatic was completed on the Newport Pagnell production line in 28 March 1972 and was a home delivery in the UK to Mr. Morris Borgreen.
The car is just outstanding, with some paint issues the rest of the car is just as it was when it left the showroom in 1951.
1938 Aston Martin 2.0-Litre 15/98 Sports Tourer Coachwork by Abbey Coachworks Ltd Chassis no. D8/872/SO Manufactured by Robert Bamford and Lionel Martin, the first Aston-Martins...
The Aston Martin Project Vantage Design Concept for a "Supercar" of the future Aston Martin Project Vantage In January 1998 Aston Martin released to the world that the Design Concept for a “supercar” of the future was being launched.
This outstanding Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato has such good race pedigree and known ownership from new. The Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato race car was built on an original series 1 Aston Martin DB4.
The car is in very good condition, with all matching numbers, restored to a very high standard, with a new alloy body. Many of the original parts overhauled and re-fitted.
Development of Bricklin’s high performance “safety vehicle” began in 1971.This car is in very good order in fine working order and is thought to be the only car running in the UK today.
Finished in its original build colour scheme with so many little very special touches to make the car so unique in so many ways, this car is in fantastic condition throughout, befitting the mileage of just 12,000 miles from new.
The FF, being the pinnacle model was produced in small numbers, only 320 in total of all Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3 models combined. As we well know, the FF has permanent 4 wheel drive and was the first production vehicle to be equipped with the Ferguson Formula drive train together with Anti Lock braking.
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage is one of the best-looking cars on the road, and it's a treat to drive as well. Following the unveiling of the AMV8 Vantage concept car in 2003 at the North American International Auto Show designed by Henrik Fisker, the production version, known as the V8 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005 for the 2006 model year.
The N400 was a special edition of the V8 Vantage produced to celebrate Aston Martin’s efforts in the Nurburgring 24Hr race, where Aston Martin had entered N24 race-cars in the SP8 class for the previous two years. Based on the Vantage, it cost an extra £11,000 from a standard Vantage and was available as coupe or roadster, with only 240 of each planned for production.
The car was converted by Banham in the same year for the first owner and repainted from the original Silver Grey to Aztec Gold with a black Mohair hood covering. The interior leather was White Gold and is now Black leather with Black Wilton Carpets.
This car is in very original condition with all matching numbers and was treated with a full wax oly treatments which is still very obvious today, even the inside of the chrome hub caps are still well covered. It drives so well with no rattles or bangs, smooth and quiet.
This beautiful C Type Jaguar is a rare beast indeed and is probably the closest you can buy short of an original C-Type with its stratospheric prices.
The Aston Martin DB2/4 was launched at the London Motor Show in 1953. A development of the well-received DB2, the 2/4 was to overcome the restriction of a two seater with the addition of two occasional rear seats.
The big and powerful 4-litre Lagonda M45 is rightly regarded as one of the most desirable post-vintage thoroughbred cars. It was introduced by the Staines-based company Lagonda in 1933, using the famous 6-cylinder 4,453cc overhead valve engine by Henry Meadows, which itself dates back to 1928. The M45 was well-received as an elegant, sporting quality car, and was endowed with considerable performance by the standards of the day.
This very delightful Aston Martin DB2/4 was supplied new by Aston Martin dealer Charles Sidney Ltd to Mr Geoffrey S.G. Shindler Esq of Sheffield on 1st October 1955. The car's registration number then was VWE 150 which it is today and the specification was as described on the original build record: Moonbeam Grey with Red leather piped grey interior with Grey carpets. In very good condition with some wonderful history to support the splendid way, in which the car has been looked after over the years.
This 1984 particular fine original example finished in Winchester Blue with Magnolia leather trim is in outstanding condition with a documented 66500 miles. The car has been upgraded to the later Vantage Ronal wheels and tyres, it also has a wood rim steering wheel. If you are around the 6 ft 5 ins tall this car will ideally suit you as the seat has been lowered by using a different seat base. The original seat base can be refitted if required. An outstanding good looking car with the right looks and noise to support the muscle bound image.
This very fine and very original examples is possibly one of the best examples with documented history from new and with only two previous owners and 7,850 kms from new.
This totally restored Aston Martin DB5 was first delivered by Charles Sidney Limited Sanderson Leeds in July 1964, it was originally finished in Caribbean Pearl with Dark Blue Leather. A stunning looking DB5 NOT finished in the James Bond Silver Birch, but in the stunning blue.
This stunning Aston Martin V8 Lagonda Series IV was supplied to the original owner on 10th August 1989, he kept the car for some 27 years and supported by an outstanding service record. The car was sold to an avid collector who loved and cherished the Lagonda for 11 years. The current vendor, another fastidious collector, purchased the car on 11th November 2017. Whilst the car has done little work of late, it has been exceedingly well cared for and as such, presents in beautiful condition.
The sweet noise from the triple 45 DCOE original Italian Webbers to the straight cut gearbox and the side pipe exhaust system, the car is a true spine chiller, if you like driving with the hair on the back of your neck standing up, this is the car for you! The car also comes with a factory style hardtop, full sump guards, full fire extinguisher system, duel fuel pumps, duel coils, and lots of worthwhile must have spares.
This outstanding totally nut and bolt restored 1953 (last year of production) original 80 inch wheelbase Land Rover Series One is in outstanding condition throughout. Restored three years ago and only covered 315 miles since.Originally UK supplied example is an unusual aluminium bulkhead vehicle.