In stock with our Spanish friends is this lovely 1963 Impala Sedan, the second of a pair of Impala’s owned from new by the same family. This lovely condition 1963 version was again built new for the Spanish market where it then lived all its life, the dry climate having a lot to do with its survival.
Just like the other this one again is in a superb, but unrestored condition throughout and comes with the very desirable 327 cube V8 with automatic transmission.
Priced in GBP but located in Spain, shipping can be arranged or viewing by appointment welcome.
Offered for sale on behalf of a client, is this very nice and now sought after W123 Mercedes 200. Described as running and driving well with good engine and gearbox. Body work is bright and shiny with just the odd spots of corrosion here and there but nothing to detract from its overall appearance and far better than many of this era. Wheels and tyres are excellent.
Interior wise much of the same, clean, tidy and presentable as are the boot area and engine bay. All in all a good solid, driving car that is ready to go with an MOT until July 2020. Use it as an everyday classic or with a small amount of effort, elevate it to a show car.
Not currently with us here in stock so if interested we can arrange for you to view it with its owner.
In stock with our colleagues in Spain. This wonderful 1960 Chevrolet Impala 4 door “Sedan” has been in Spain from new and has been owned by the same family since! Described as being “sensational” and in “magnificent preserved condition”, with the interior being “original, unrestored and magnificent”. So high praise indeed!
Price is in GBP located in Spain. Shipping can be organised and viewing in Spain welcome.
This lovely 1978 Mercedes 450SL has only had two keepers since 1984, the current keeper since 1995. With only 120471 recorded on the clock, there is a fully stamped Mercedes history up to 80869 in 1987 but then there are old mots and bills for work done that look to point to this being correct but cannot be warranted. Prior to being taken of the road for refurbishment in 2006 the car received a new fuel pump, brakes all round, wheel bearings and exhaust, plus MOT at 119483 miles and the cost of £1420.00. Re-emerging for its next MOT in 2016 with 119501 and its current one, through to April 2018 at 120141 recorded miles. So only a total of 978 recorded miles in the last 11 years.
Body work is very good, with very good rear arches, nice bright paint work and exterior chrome. Interior looks to be original and in good order, just a wear patch on the driver’s seat base (now covered by a small piece of matching material to effect a temporary repair). The soft top is in excellent order with a good rear window and the original factory hard top is with the car and in good shape.
The legendary V8 under the bonnet fires straight up and shows excellent oil pressure and the auto box selects its gears as designed.
A rare opportunity to buy what is probably one of the fastest appreciating classic cars on the market today.
NOTE: If you search the MOT history etc on the internet, the previous personal plate registration of the car was 8 FAU
As the great man Jeremy Clarkson said ” You gotta love a Jaaag!” and when one like this one turns up you have to agree. This superb “X308” is not only powered by the sought after 4 litre version of Jags then new V8 but is the rare and then very expensive to buy, long wheel base Sovereign. As such not only do you get all the usual refinements but also more elaborate/expensive wood veneer in “highly figured” burr walnut with the window control/ashtray trim panels also done in wood veneer, opposed to the plastic found in lesser models, even the traditional leather interior uses a higher quality leather. Then you have the extra 4 inches of rear leg room and the roof line is raised towards the back for extra head clearance. Exterior wise a Sovereign can be distinguished by the complete use of highly polished steel and chrome work around windows and rear light clusters, as well as polished radiator grill and boot garnish.
This particular car was a Jaguar dealer’s car for its first 7 months then only 2 private keepers since and still with only 80K on the clock. Coming with an excellent fully stamped service book and other invoices cataloguing the care and attention lavished on this car, there are even hand written cards listing at what mileages the tyres were rotated at, along with a full set of owners books in their original wallets. Body is excellent, with what in the dark looks black but is actually a very dark green coachwork, having just the odd mark on the bumpers and a soft dent here and there. Interior condition is again excellent, just the slightest wear evident on the driver’s seat outer bolster and the roof lining beginning to droop in places (both traditional failings with Jags of this era).
On the road is where you fall for these great cars, the 290hp V8 is silky smooth and the 5 speed auto makes it effortless to drive, mind you, press the sport mode button and forget the “limousine” ride and get yourself what Jags are about a true sporting saloon 🙂
Just arrived so awaiting better pictures and a clean. A fresh MOT will be carried out prior to purchase. £2995
Full details and better pictures to follow once the weather improves. But suffice to say that this superb looking Harley Chop is now being offered for sale on behalf of its owner.
As you can see in the background the owner likes his “toys” and purchased this bike to go with his various hot rods and classic cars. Being the owner of a very busy garage, he soon realised that he just does not get the time to ride it so has decided it’s best to move it on rather than leaving it stood unused. Overall build quality is very high and that big old Harley V-Twin has just been rebuilt by a local company, so no worries there and it sounds superb, definitely not a bike for the wall flowers out there!
Not with us here so please call to arrange a viewing if seriously interested, as I say he is a busy man, Thanks.
This rare to find “Turbo charged” version of Chryslers popular LeBaron was imported into the UK back in 1981 and has survived very well since then picking up little to no rust or damage to its body work. I do have to say though, that while the blue panels may look ok in the pictures, they are not very well done nor is the dummy intake that has been stuck on the bonnet!
Interior is full leather and in very good order throughout, needing little more than a clean and makes for a very comfortable place to be. The LCD dash these cars were fitted with, had their problems but again on this particular cars are mostly working. I say mostly as the “system check panel” tends to send out the odd rogue message and the multi-function clock/trip compute, while all lighting up, does not seem to respond to any of the buttons. But the main and important bit, the dash itself, all functions correctly. Past that the original stereo does not work but an aftermarket one has been fitted and the central locking works intermittently.
Coming to us with a very recent MOT carried out by its previous owner, all it needed was a new exhaust part and some minor break work, it has to be said that it drives well and mechanically appears to be good. The turbo charged 2.2 motor gives it much better performance than expected and the auto gearbox, breaks etc all operate correctly. Looking at past MOTs less than 10K miles have been covered in the last decade and the recorded mileages track it back to having only 76K on the clock in 2005.
So what we have is a cheap introduction into American car ownership, no it’s not a rip snorting early 70’s muscle car but it is affordable and can be used as an everyday car as is .
Just arrived so awaiting preperation and not to be confused with its lesser sibling the 4.0 petrol or 2.7 Weesel, is this nice, fully loaded, 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee “Overland” with its full house 4.7 V8 petrol that gives out a quoted 263 horses but more importantly 325 lb/ft of torque versus the 195/230 quoted for the 4.0l version. This is a proper off roader while still giving 20+MPG when on the road. As usual it comes with all the toys, electric everything, seats, doors, windows, mirrors,dual zone climate control etc etc with both front seats being heated as well. All wrapped up in a full leather interior. Outside on the corners it has picked up the odd bruise otherwise very nice and it will have a full valet, a fresh MOT and for piece of mind a 6 month warranty at the asking price of £2695
Well here is something for you, people. The perfect big boys/girls toy and definately ” Something for the weekend” 😉 This 2.5 turbo diesel Landrover Discovery has had a ton of money thrown at it from its lifted uprated suspension and new mud plugger tires to its bob tailed rear end via a full perimeter roll cage, even the fuel tank and battery are repositioned inside so out of the way! It runs and drives well but there is no MOT as apparently the front tires are too exposed so would require at least a set of extenders to comply. This is one tuff looking Disco and you could not build it for the discount price its being offered for and no we are not going to clean it, whats the point your only going to stick it in the mud 😁😁
Having been driven by its Italian owner from the Pordenone region in Italy to the UK last year, this very rare Left Hand Drive 1.3 Automatic 2 door estate MK2 escort is now being offered for sale on his behalf.
Now I can hear you saying “1.3 Auto, hah!!” but strangely enough it actually gets on down the road quite well, not that its not crying out for a nice 1600GT or Pinto conversion to liven it up, preferably with a manual gearbox to suit, but not everyone wants or can have a manual and where would you find another automatic?
Body wise, being in a dry climate all of its life has staved off the dreaded tin worm and now past the bits on the arches coming through (Please follow the link to our website for further close up pictures of these areas), after a year standing basically un-used in the UK and some age related dents etc, it is incredibly solid for a mid-seventies Ford, above and below. Rear bumper has suffered a soft “push” in the middle as has the front (have you seen the parking in Italy!)
Its 1300 Kent engine is very sweet with absolutely no nasty noises or leaks, in fact it is as clean as the rest of the car and the 3 speed auto changes nicely. Brakes, electrics etc are all good too.
Inside again has survived very well with the vinyl seats showing little or no damage and the dash is uncracked, all instrumentation is original and working.
Being sold needing (very) light restoration and hopefully offered at a price that reflects this. To restore to original or to “resto-mod” is the choice its new owner can make.