Classic Cars for Sale
Building upon invaluable experience gained in preparing classic British sportscars for self-drive hire we are unlike conventional dealers. We follow the same documented process when preparing a car for sale, as we follow for a car about to enter service on our award winning classic car hire fleet. More reasons to buy from us.
Please note: these are not cars for sale from our Classic Car Hire Fleet but a separate part of our business activities.
From time to time we look to buy vehicles for stock and are also pleased to offer private owners a commission sales service. Vehicles should either be in very good restored condition, original unmolested and preserved condition, or unusual out-and-out restoration projects. If you are buying or selling please contact us to discuss how we may be able to help..
1961 Jaguar E type Series 1, 3.8 Litre Fixed Head Coupe - 2 seater
Rare launch year E type in excellent condition (with sensible upgrades)
This car is beautifully finished in the distinguished colour of Sand/Light Gold metallic, with biscuit interior and chrome wire wheels. Detailed engine bay.
1953 MG TD Mark 2
1953 MG TD Mark 2 – rare factory produced Stage 2 specification model
Nigh on unique opportunity – current owner 50 years!
Original RHD UK car – one of just 51 UK TD Mark 2s
Professionally restored by MG specialist in 2003
Arguably the most practical and best specification T type of them all
This car is beautifully finished in MG red with red leather interior and beige wet weather equipment and comes complete with spares and an impressive collection of documentation accumulated over the last 50 years ownership.
Try and find another like this!
The Triumph Stag is one of the most versatile British sportscars ever produced and is now recognised throughout the classic car world as one of the most practical, fun touring cars available. Ideal classic motoring for small groups of friends and young families it is also a very good compromise between classic car driving and more modern vehicles. Power steering, power brakes, electric windows, inertia reel rear seat belts and a powerful heater all make it a good choice, particularly for the absolute novice classic car driver.
MG B V8 Roadster
The MG B - surely the quintessential British sportscar and in British Racing Green is almost as great a motoring icon as the E type. Designed by Syd Enever and styled by Don Hayter the MG B replaced the aging 'A' in 1962 and won a huge following in both the UK and across the Atlantic that, unbelievably, led to a production life that spanned three decades...
In October 1945, inside five weeks of the official conclusion of the Second World War, MG announced the immortal TC. Closely related to pre-war products from Abingdon oft seen on Battle of Britain airfields this traditional British car combines the styling of a swept-wing two-seater that so epitomizes MGs early years, with an emerging post-war driveability that lends itself to today’s discerning motorist
Jaguar Mk II 3.8
If the E type is the classic British sportscar, the Mk. II Jaguar must be well placed in the argument for honours as the classic British sports saloon. Offered in 2.4, 3.4 and 3.8 litre forms the MK II was the logical development of Sir William Lyons ground-breaking compact saloon, the 2.4 (or Mk. I as it became known).