Sale results for 7 September 2017

1934 Austin 10/4 Colwyn Cabriolet

For those seeking a little more space and refinement than the popular ‘baby’ Seven, Austin offered the Ten from 1932 to 1947. The Ten... Read more about Austin 10/4 Colwyn Cabriolet »

1994 Austin-Healey 100/4 Replica by Woodley Engineering

Roaring onto the motoring scene in 1952, the first ‘Big’ Healey was the ‘100’, capable of reaching a dizzying 100mph.... Read more about Austin-Healey 100/4 Replica by Woodley Engineering »

1983 BMW 316

As the successor to the Sixties-styled ‘02’ Series, the ‘3 Series’ of 1975 was an instant hit, offering all the substance... Read more about BMW 316 »

1960 Citroen 2CV AZLP

In production for an astonishing 42 years between 1948 and 1990, the Citroen 2CV was originally conceived as an economy motor car to wean French... Read more about Citroen 2CV AZLP »

1934 Ford Model Y Alpine Tourer by Arrow

The Model Y was produced by Ford’s British, French and German factories from 1932 until 1937 and was designed specifically for the European... Read more about Ford Model Y Alpine Tourer by Arrow »

1967 Jaguar S-Type 3.4 Saloon

Arriving in 1963, the S-Type was an evolution of the Mk II; stylistically, it could have been described as a combination of the Mk II and the... Read more about Jaguar S-Type 3.4 Saloon »

1972 Jensen Interceptor III Auto

In The Current Ownership For 39 Years. From the Kelvin Way Factory in West Bromwich came a hand built super car with a steel body designed by... Read more about Jensen Interceptor III Auto »

1951 Lambretta Model C 125

The first Lambretta appeared in 1947, manufactured by Innocenti of Milan. They were immediately popular and gave a much needed boost to... Read more about Lambretta Model C 125 »

1991 Lotus Elan SE Turbo

The new Lotus for 1989 inherited its iconic ‘Elan’ name from the famous and successful model of the Sixties. Inspired by the original... Read more about Lotus Elan SE Turbo »

1996 Mazda MX5 Mk I

For those looking for a modern version of a 1960s classic sports car, a Mazda MX-5 probably cannot be bettered. From its introduction in 1989, the... Read more about Mazda MX5 Mk I »

1967 MG Midget Mk III

Produced from 1961 until 1980, the Midget was an evolution of the Austin-Healey Sprite, inheriting its suspension of double wishbones and coil... Read more about MG Midget Mk III »

1971 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 »

1964 MG B Roadster

In The Current Ownership for 35 Years. Probably the most widely recognisable of all British classics, the MG B’s appeal stretches far and... Read more about MG B Roadster »

1980 MG B GT

Launched at the Earls Court Motor Show in October 1965, the MGB GT complemented the MGB Roadster launched two years previously, and became a... Read more about MG B GT »

1934 Morris 8 Series I Deluxe Saloon

Launched to compete with Ford’s Model ‘Y’ and the similar Austin 7, the Morris Eight became one of Britain’s most... Read more about Morris 8 Series I Deluxe Saloon »

1932 Morris Minor Sliding Head Saloon

The original Morris Minor arrived in 1928, in direct competition with the phenomenon that was the Austin Seven. The model was equipped with cable... Read more about Morris Minor Sliding Head Saloon »

1968 Riley Elf Mk III

Mini fever was rife in the 1960’s. The marque remains as popular today, although for collectors, the earlier motor cars are the most prized.... Read more about Riley Elf Mk III »

1934 Standard 10/12 Speed Saloon

Arriving in the mid-Thirties, the 10/12 ‘Speed’ was Standard’s break-away model, offering drivers all the luxury, sturdiness and... Read more about Standard 10/12 Speed Saloon »

1946 Standard 8 Drophead Coupe

From its humble beginnings in 1903, R.W. Maudslay’s Standard Motor Company produced Britain’s first economic six-cylinder model car in... Read more about Standard 8 Drophead Coupe »

1973 Vauxhall Viva 'HC' Deluxe

A good solid economical and reliable saloon, the Vauxhall Viva was targeted at the small family car market.  It was specified by models HA... Read more about Vauxhall Viva 'HC' Deluxe »

1967 Volvo P1800S

Produced from 1961 until 1973, the 1800 series was intended to corner the sports car market, integrating Volvo’s superior build quality with... Read more about Volvo P1800S »