Runnymede Motor Company
1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 finished in Burgundy with contrasting Tan hide interior. Undoubtedly one of the best DB2/4’s that we have encountered for many years. This car was purchased by the current owner through Four Ashes Garage in January 2010.
1978 Aston Martin V8 Oscar India finished in Aegean Blue with Sand Beige hide interior with best quality Wilton carpet throughout. This is a well loved example that has been enthusiastically used for continental tours on which it has proved to be a highly rewarding drive.
Our 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8 is in truly outstanding condition having been the subject of continuous maintenance and improvement by the four previous owners.
1965 Ford Mustang Notchback Race car meticulously prepared by the last owner for competitive historic motorsport.
This is a beautifully finished recreation of an Aston Martin DB4 GT professionally upgraded using an original Left Hand Drive DB4 as the donor car.
1966 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage finished in Deep Ocean Blue with Oatmeal hide interior and sitting on superb Chrome Wire Wheels,
1958 Aston Martin DB MkIII recently back from a back to metal repaint and finished in Elusive blue and freshly re-trimmed by Piper Trimmers in Yeovil with Crimson Vaumol hide interior.
1966 Aston Martin DB5 finished in Deep Navy blue with fresh black hide interior.
1952 Aston Martin DB2 Le Mans Lightweight finished in Aston Racing green with beautiful original dark green leather and tartan bucket seats.
1995 Jaguar XJS 4.0 litre Celebration finished Sapphire Blue with Oatmeal hide interior complimented with pale veneers to the dash facias and door cappings with a Leather and veneered sports steering wheel on an adjustable column.
1999 Aston Martin DB7i6 finished in Pennine grey with pale grey hide interior piped in black with perfect Walnut dash and door cappings and a Taylors grey headlining.
Manufactured from 2003 to 2013 the Gallardo is important in the history of the Company as it represents the most successful model in Lamborghini history. Eminently usable and more importantly extremely reliable, having total Audi backup which makes it hugely desirable. Its secret lies in its light but stiff space frame chassis mounted to a five-litre, V10 engine powering all four wheels on demand.
2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante finished in Stronsay Silver with contrasting Pacific blue and pale grey hide interior with navy blue Wilton carpet throughout.
1962 Jaguar E type 3.8 FHC. This is a very early car, number 279 off of the production line. It is an original UK supplied, right Hand Drive motor car supplied by Henleys of London. It has been the subject of an older restoration which was completed in 1999 and has been in the same careful ownership for the past 17 years.
2000 Aston Martin DB7i6. Finished in Buckingham Green with Forest Green and Tan hide interior.
1999 Daimler 4 Litre Sovereign V8 LWB finished in Light Charcoal with contrasting Sand Beige hide interior.
2017 Aston Martin V8 Vantage S finished in Onyx Black with Obsidian Black hide interior with large Spicy Red stitching and "Vantage" embroidered into both seats and with best quality Wilton carpet throughout.
This matching numbers Series II V8 Aston Martin was the subject of a total restoration including sensible upgrades, all of which took place over an eight year period between 2007 and 2015.
This 1958 Aston Martin DB MkIII is finished in Midnight blue with tan hide interior.
The Aston Martin AM Vantage was the first model produced by The new Aston Martin team after their purchase of the company from David Brown. Numerous improvements were made to the DBS6 on which the car was based, the most significant of these being the change in the frontal styling to incorporate single headlamps rather than the twin headlight set up used in the DBS.
1992 British Open Classic 1275cc Mini that has covered just 33,000 miles in 30 years.
2005 Porsche Boxster “S” 3.2 finished in Lapis Blue with a dark blue electric Mohair soft top and contrasting pale grey hide interior.
1970 Jaguar E type series II 4.2 FHC finished in Gunmetal with contrasting red hide interior.
1971 MGB Roadster finished in Tartan Red with black leather seats and a recent black mohair hood.
2002 finished in Grigio Titanio with contrasting pale grey and Charcoal hide interior with a Taylors grey headlining and Walnut veneered dashboard and door cappings.