Vehicles for Auction

1925 AJS B1 349cc

The Stevens Screw Company Ltd had a fine reputation for quality engineering and built its first motorcycle in 1897 using a Mitchell engine... Read more about AJS B1 349cc »
 

1965 Bedford TK '200' Dropside Lorry

Founded in 1930 by General Motors by way of Vauxhall, Bedford Vehicles became one of the world’s most successful brands of commercial... Read more about Bedford TK '200' Dropside Lorry »
 

2000 BMW Z3 Roadster

The Z3 was introduced on the 12th of June 1995 to an expectant market that eagerly anticipated BMW’s first ‘mass market’... Read more about BMW Z3 Roadster »
 

1913 Douglas 2 3/4 hp Two Speed

The Douglas family began to manufacture motorcycles in 1907 from their foundry in Filton near Bristol, and continued to do so until 1957. The... Read more about Douglas 2 3/4 hp Two Speed »
 

1987 Ford Escort RS Turbo Series 2

Roaring onto the UK car market in 1968, the Escort was a departure for Ford; the modern styling and mechanics boosted its appeal to the British... Read more about Ford Escort RS Turbo Series 2 »
 

2005 Harley-Davidson FXSTI Softail 1450cc

As a trademark of Harley-Davidson, ‘Softail’ has become synonymous with the company since 1984 when the first FXST machine was... Read more about Harley-Davidson FXSTI Softail 1450cc »
 

1993 Honda CD250U-K

Honda’s 233cc four-stroke parallel twin ‘CD250’ hit the British motorcycle market in 1988. With a top speed of 70 to 80mph, the... Read more about Honda CD250U-K »
 

2000 Land Rover Discovery V8i GS Auto

First introduced in 1989, the Discovery has become as synonymous with the English countryside as its cousin, the Defender, has. Based on the Range... Read more about Land Rover Discovery V8i GS Auto »
 

1982 Land Rover Series III LWB Pick-Up

Inspired by the American Willys Jeep, the Rover Company introduced the Land Rover Series 1 80 inch in 1948. It was adaptable, durable and soon... Read more about Land Rover Series III LWB Pick-Up »
 

1999 Mercedes-Benz S320 Saloon

Arriving in 1972 and still in production today, Mercedes-Benz’s ‘S-Klasse’ range of vehicles are well designed, highly-appointed... Read more about Mercedes-Benz S320 Saloon »
 

1977 MG Midget 1500

Capitalising on the success of the Austin-Healey Sprite, BMC introduced the Midget Mk I in 1961. In 1974 the Mk IV Midget appeared, showing... Read more about MG Midget 1500 »
 

1973 MG BGT V8

Dry Stored for 23 Years, 2 Owners Only. Launched at the Earls Court Motor Show in October 1965, the MGB GT complemented the MGB Roadster launched... Read more about MG BGT V8 »
 

1973 MG B Roadster

Succeeding the MGA, the B range of models were innovative for their era. The lightweight monocoque construction produced a car that was economical... Read more about MG B Roadster »
 

1966 MG B Roadster

Probably the most widely recognisable of all British classics, the MG B’s appeal stretches far and wide, from first time classic car... Read more about MG B Roadster »
 

1968 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller

With an accessible spares back up and the superb Morris Minor Owners’ Club for support, the Minor is as popular today as it was in its... Read more about Morris Minor 1000 Traveller »
 

1956 Morris Minor Series II Two Door Saloon

From 1956 until 1971, the Morris Minor was produced in large numbers both in saloon, convertible, estate car and commercially as a van or pickup... Read more about Morris Minor Series II Two Door Saloon »
 

1928 Renault NN1 Torpedo Commerciale

By the time the NN1 arrived in 1924, Renault had firmly established themselves as a manufacturer of stylish motor cars for the middle classes.... Read more about Renault NN1 Torpedo Commerciale »
 

1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II

In 1965, Rolls-Royce introduced an entirely new design with unitary construction, self-levelling independent suspension and servo assisted brakes... Read more about Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II »
 

1963 Rover P4 95 Saloon

From 1949 until 1964, Rover produced their P4 series of models. Completely restyled, the new range differed vastly from the pre-war designed P3,... Read more about Rover P4 95 Saloon »
 

1927 Royal Ruby Tricycle

Replica of. History has it that the first tricycle appeared in Germany in 1680. In July 1789, the Journal de Paris published the difference... Read more about Royal Ruby Tricycle »
 

1995 Suzuki Every-VW Replica

Initially called the ‘Carry’, the Suzuki Every has appeared across the globe in various guises and with different marque badges since... Read more about Suzuki Every-VW Replica »
 

1994 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

Some may be surprised to read that the Celica first appeared way back in 1970 as a sporting saloon to rival the perennially popular Ford... Read more about Toyota Celica GT Coupe »
 

1978 Triumph Spitfire 1500 with Hardtop

The phenomenally successful Spitfire roared onto the motoring scene in 1962. It was Triumph’s challenger to other sports cars of the era,... Read more about Triumph Spitfire 1500 with Hardtop »
 

1964 Vanden Plas Princess 3 Litre Mk II Saloon

Originally the offshoot of a Belgian coach building house, Vanden Plas is perhaps best known for providing sporting bodies for Bentleys and other... Read more about Vanden Plas Princess 3 Litre Mk II Saloon »
 

1963 Velocette 500cc Venom Thruxton Conversion

Velocette was a small family firm based in Hall Green, Birmingham, which sold high quality hand built motorcycles with great success, in the face... Read more about Velocette 500cc Venom Thruxton Conversion »
 

1987 Volkswagen Golf GTi Mk I Karmann Ghia Cabriolet

Towards the end of the 1970’s, VW was suffering financially and needed to replace the evergreen and highly popular Beetle. Its air cooled... Read more about Volkswagen Golf GTi Mk I Karmann Ghia Cabriolet »
 

1963 Wolseley 1500 Mk III

Extensively restored at a cost of £12,000. 1957 saw the arrival of the Wolseley 1500 and its twin the Riley One-Point-Five. Utilising the... Read more about Wolseley 1500 Mk III »