A typically understated Bristol 411 finished in silver grey with grey interior - in remarkable condition and with only two owners from new. Supplied by Anthony Crook to its first owner on 20 March 1970 he kept the car until July 1986 when it had done 56,000 miles. It was then purchased by the recent owners business and later transferred into his name since when it has covered another 21,000miles bringing the total mileage to the 77,000 showing today – only 4,000 of which have been covered in the last twenty years.
The car has clearly benefitted from very sympathetic ownership and is in superb condition. It drives very well indeed with the famously precise Bristol power steering and powerful brakes complementing the effortless performance.
An excellent example of the iconic Delorean which has been in the UK since 2003 and has had one fastidious owner for the last twelve years. It has 27,000 miles on the clock and is in superb condition bodily and mechanically and is known as one of the best examples in the country. It was a prize winner at the Delorean 35th anniversay gathering at Titanic Belfast in 2016. It has been used but been properly looked after - important because many Deloreans have been in museums and private collections and they suffer badly from lack of use. Every schoolboys dream car - and at a fraction of the price of a supercar!
NEW PRICE **** A lifelong Arizona car with no rust, no damage and all original metal. Stripped and repainted in its original Arcadian Blue (needed after 52 years in the sun). A real top spec car with auto, PAS, power top, factory AC, pony interior etc. Ready to enjoy with new MOT, V5.
This is a rare original RHD XK 120 FHC - one of only 195 built between 1952 and 1954. Many of these went to other RHD markets, particularly Australia, but 669129 is a UK car supplied by Appleyard of Leeds in March 1954.
The 120 FHC is generally considered to be one of the most perfectly proportioned and best looking production cars of all time. This car is most unusual in retaining its original steel wheels and spats (as Sir William Lyons intended) - it is a fully matching numbers car restored to its correct original specification throughout. This is rare indeed and will particularly appeal to the discerning collector as almost all surviving cars have been altered or upgraded in some way. It is seemingly unique in being fitted with a steel sunroof which looks to have been factory fitted. The car has had little use since restoration and is in show condition.
This striking Maserati is number 409 of 430 Khamsins built between 1972 and 1980. Styled by Marcello Gandini and built by Bertone the Khamsin was the top of the Maserati range. At the time Maserati was owned by Citroen and in addition to its 4.9 litre V8 producing 320 bhp and practical 2+2 bodywork the Khamsin has power steering and brakes borrowed from the Citroen DS/SM making for a very benign supercar. This rare manual example is one of only 23 UK delivered cars and is in excellent condition with lots of recent history with Maserati specialists and a glass out repaint in 2012. The beige leather interior is lovely - original and with just the right patina. The car has Maserati Classische documents showing despatch to Modena Concessionaires, London on 21.3.79.