This beautiful Bentley was originally supplied on the 25th May 1954 with a small selection of special features which include the synchromesh manual gearbox, a flat petrol tank, fog lamps in place of the centre lamp and finally a scuttle aerial.
A rare and sought after Phantom 5 James Young with the beautiful burgundy over black colour configuration. This is a very well-presented solid car with minor age-related marks to the paintwork and Beige leather which has undergone a complete leather revive process.
Fiennes Restoration are proud to present a Ferrari 512 TR finished in the iconic Rosso Corsa paintwork and Nero Black leather interior. The 512 has spent most of its life in Japan covering 55,000 kms.
A beautiful example of a Ferrari California presented in Nero Daytona Black, Electric Nero tan leather seats. All the usual refinements including, satellite navigation, Bluetooth, climate control, parking sensors & much more...
Rolls-Royce 20/25 Thrupp and Maberley 6 light saloon body which was supplied on the 17th September 1934. The final test was carried out by the Coachbuilder on the 7th November 1934.
An award-winning Rolls-Royce Phantom I York Roadster (one of the celebrated American coachbuilder Brewster's most sporting design) and to be one of the rarest surviving cars in the most desirable bodied Rolls-Royce.
This car looks as good as it did new and has a document file with all of the history including recent works, which there are invoices for over £12k by CMC, a very highly regarded restorer in the E-Type world.
Finished in Raven Black and light tan interior the car has had significant investment, with the body being completely repainted and all of the chrome reconditioned, complemented by a complete re-trim in the correct OEM style.
Fiennes are pleased to be able to offer this stunning status symbol which has covered just 19,000 miles in 15 years. Having spent most of its life in London and generally maintained by H.R. Owen, despite the low mileage the car has been maintained regardless.
A superb example of a genuine UK supplied right-hand drive Packard 533. Finished in Azure blue and black upholstery with recent new carpets and double duck hood, this stunning example is ready for a new home.
A truly magnificent 1934 Rolls – Royce Phantom II Continental Saloon, coach built by Barker and Company.Finished in its original colour scheme and interior specification the aim was to retain as much of the original car as possible therefore all the chrome fittings were stripped and replated.
A very nice example of this very sought after car. Having only covered 29000 miles and only had two former keepers this is a great future investment. Finished in metallic green and black trim with red piping, bull bars to the front and rear, minilite wheels and fitted with full weather protection.
A Rolls Royce 20/25 Series S, chassis no. GPS 30 Park Ward enclosed limousine finished in black over blue with the bare aluminium bonnet and the storage trunk to the rear.
This is a very rare right hand drive car and a highly collectable Berlinetta Boxer that Fiennes have the privilege of bringing to the market. There is an extensive history file with the car which contains the original order form from H.R. Owen.
This Rolls-Royce 1933 20/25 Gurney Nutting Owen Sedanca is reputedly known as the 1933 Paris Show Car, although the Magneto plate written in French is the only verification that would confirm this.
We have a beautifully presented Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith for sale in the ‘Teviot’ design 8098 which is presented with a wonderful news letter which was written by the cuttent owner and published by the Early Post War Society in 2015.
We have a beautiful example of a 1934 Derby Bentley Park Ward Drophead Coupé finished in two-tone grey complemented by a stunning brown leather trim and black mohair hood.
There has been extensive work carried out on this Austin Healey, in 1993 a complete strip down and full restoration was done and in 2009 an engine rebuild was completed, which included a new cylinder head. Since this work the car has covered approximately 4,500 miles.
We have for sale a 1933 Rolls Royce Hooper Sports Saloon for sale, it is an early 20/25 model and has an elegant body line design in front of the doors that the coachbuilder Hooper and Co. discontinued in later years.
We have for sale this stunning 1936 Derby Bentley 3 ½-litre upgraded to 4.25-litre, Top Hat Saloon by English coachbuilders Freestone and Webb. The car is beautifully finished in a Dark Metallic Maroon with the roof contrasting in a secondary darker colour.
We have a stunning low mileage Ferrari California T registered in May 2016 finished in a Nero metallic Black exterior with Nero Black leather seats featuring a contrasting Yellow stitching.
We have in our showroom a 1938 Derby Bentley 4.25 Vanden Plas drop head coupé, which started its life as one of two pre-war Bentleys (built by Rolls-Royce) that were exported to Czechoslovakia.
Presented in fantastic condition with its beautiful white coachwork with 5 matching wheels, over the stunning tan leather interior and black mohair hood, complemented by stunning brightwork, running board toolbox and side mounted spare wheel and period trunk to complement this iconic piece of history.