Sale results for 19 September 2013

1963 Alvis TD21 Series II Drophead Coupe

Founded in 1919, Alvis (or T.G. John Ltd as it was then) developed into one of Great Britain’s finest engineering companies. Initially... Read more about Alvis TD21 Series II Drophead Coupe »

1952 Alvis TA21 Tickford Drophead Coupe

Alvis Ltd. of Coventry was highly respected in post war years for developing and producing well engineered vehicles, both for military and... Read more about Alvis TA21 Tickford Drophead Coupe »

2000 Audi S4 Avant Quattro 2.7

The S4 is the high performance version of Audi’s popular A4 model, available in saloon and estate (Avant) versions. The B5 version, of which... Read more about Audi S4 Avant Quattro 2.7 »

1931 Austin Seven Saloon

Promoted as “The Best Small Car in the World” during the pre-War years and apparently able to carry 4 adults up to a combined weight... Read more about Austin Seven Saloon »

1931 Austin Seven Tourer (without body)

Founded in 1905 by Herbert Austin, the company’s fortune was effectively made by the ‘Seven’. Practical and reliable, sales of... Read more about Austin Seven Tourer (without body) »

1964 Austin Mini Countryman Mk1

Once the Mini Saloon had established itself in our hearts, it was somewhat inevitable that derivations should follow particularly for those... Read more about Austin Mini Countryman Mk1 »

1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Bicentennial Edition

According to Cadillac at the time, 1976 was going to be the last year of production for the American convertible. To celebrate, the final two... Read more about Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Bicentennial Edition »

1968 Daimler Sovereign 4.2 Auto

The Daimler Sovereign was in production from 1966 until 1983 under the manufacture of Jaguar Cars. The first Sovereign in production was the 2... Read more about Daimler Sovereign 4.2 Auto »

1973 De Tomaso Pantera GT5S

De Tomaso sports cars were produced in Italy by an Argentinian ex-racing driver Alejandro De Tomaso. The Pantera made its debut in 1970, replacing... Read more about De Tomaso Pantera GT5S »

1988/90 Fantic 250cc K-Roo Trials Motorcycle

From 1968, the Italian company Fantic Motor has produced ‘enduro’ motorcycles, mopeds, mini motorcycles and go-karts. The motorcycles... Read more about Fantic 250cc K-Roo Trials Motorcycle »

1967 Ford Anglia Deluxe Estate

The 105E was the final version of a series of Anglia models originally introduced by Ford in late 1939. The 105E followed on from the 100E... Read more about Ford Anglia Deluxe Estate »

1917 Ford Model T 2.9 Speedster

The Ford Model T, well known as the world’s first true mass production motor car, was manufactured between 1909 and 1927. By challenging the... Read more about Ford Model T 2.9 Speedster »

1986 Ford Sierra XR4x4

For eleven years from 1982, Ford produced the Sierra, a family estate car or hatch-back that boasted a modern aerodynamic design which, in all... Read more about Ford Sierra XR4x4 »

1959 Harley-Davidson XLH 883 Sportster

In late 1957, Harley-Davidson launched their new XL Sportster, which was an improved version of the Model ‘K’ 750cc side valve twin.... Read more about Harley-Davidson XLH 883 Sportster »

1976 Honda CD175

This well presented example was in the previous ownership for some thirty-four years. We understand that a comprehensive rebuild was carried out... Read more about Honda CD175 »

1982 Honda CB400N

Produced from 1978 until 1981, the CB400N was a parallel-twin, 395cc machine renowned for its reliability and is now considered to be a modern... Read more about Honda CB400N »

1977 Honda CB400F

From 1975 until 1979, Honda produced the CB400F. The 400cc four stroke engine, six speed transmission, quadruple exhaust into one and flat... Read more about Honda CB400F »

1956 Jaguar XK140 3.4 Fixed Head Coupe

Launched at Earls Court in 1948, the first of Jaguar’s XK line, the 120, immediately caused a sensation. It was to become a great dollar... Read more about Jaguar XK140 3.4 Fixed Head Coupe »

1963 Jaguar Mk II Saloon

The iconic Jaguar MkII saloon was in production from late 1959 until 1967. It came fitted with versions of the trusted XK engine ranging from 2.4... Read more about Jaguar Mk II Saloon »

1988 Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SE

Since 1970, Land Rover has been producing its formidable Range Rover. As the vehicle of choice for Royalty, nobility and politicians, nothing else... Read more about Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SE »

1990 Land Rover Discovery I

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 I »

1971 Land Rover Series 2A 88 Inch

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 2A 88 Inch »

1940 Leyland FK8 Pump Escape Fire Engine

This impressive 1940 Leyland FK8 was commissioned when new to Brixham Fire Service – and no doubt served Plymouth during World War II.... Read more about Leyland FK8 Pump Escape Fire Engine »

1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL

First appearing in 1954 as the 300SL ‘Gullwing’, the Mercedes-Benz SL series is synonymous with a long line of high quality, grand... Read more about Mercedes-Benz 350SL »

1977 MG B Roadster

LATE ENTRY This well-maintained ‘B’ has been in the current ownership for nearly ten years. It appears to be a good, tidy example... Read more about MG B Roadster »

1969 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller

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

1968 Morris Mini Mk II Automatic 1000

Charity Lot in support of St. Petroc's Society - The Mini, manufactured by BMC from 1959 until 2000, is synonymous with... Read more about Morris Mini Mk II Automatic 1000 »

1968 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller

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 1000 Traveller »

1954 Peugeot 203C Pick-Up Truck

From 1948 until 1960, Peugeot produced their ‘203’ model range. With a certain nod to American styling, the 203 proved to be a success... Read more about Peugeot 203C Pick-Up Truck »

1952 Riley RME Saloon

The RM series from Riley was launched in 1945 and must have greatly cheered a nation who had suffered much through conflict and the attendant... Read more about Riley RME Saloon »

1937 Riley 9 Monaco Saloon

As was the case with many motor car companies, Riley began life as a manufacturer of bicycles. Their first motor car was launched in 1898; by the... Read more about Riley 9 Monaco Saloon »

1978 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 »

1973 Rover P6 2000TC

Hailed as European Car of the Year on its arrival in 1963, the Rover P6 had a Monocoque construction which formed an extremely strong passenger... Read more about Rover P6 2000TC »

1960 Royal Enfield 496cc Meteor Minor

As the last of Royal Enfield 500cc Twins, the now very rare Meteor Minor formed part of a small number of models that became the cornerstone of... Read more about Royal Enfield 496cc Meteor Minor »

1984 Tomos 49cc A3K Moped

Tomos is a Slovenian manufacturer of goods for Eastern Europe, but is perhaps best known for producing mopeds, many of which were under the Puch... Read more about Tomos 49cc A3K Moped »

1979 Triumph Dolomite 1850HL

This popular modern classic boasts adequate sporting performance from its 1854cc overhead camshaft engine, and is an ideal mode of classic... Read more about Triumph Dolomite 1850HL »

1973 Vanden Plas Princess 1300

Vanden Plas has a long history of providing high class coachwork on a variety of motor cars stretching back to before the first world war. In 1946... Read more about Vanden Plas Princess 1300 »

1970 Volkswagen Vulture SWB Beach Buggy

Produced from 1970 until 1972, the Vulture was the English version of the classic American beach buggy. Just 175 models were manufactured during... Read more about Volkswagen Vulture SWB Beach Buggy »

1935 Wolseley Wasp

Wolseley Motors Limited was founded in 1901 by the Vickers Armaments Combine in conjunction with Herbert Austin. It was very successful in the... Read more about Wolseley Wasp »

1966 Wolseley Hornet

Starting life as the ‘Sheep Shearing Machine Co’, Wolseley produced its first motor car in 1899. From 1901 when Vickers purchased the... Read more about Wolseley Hornet »