Updated on 28 December 2023

One of only 29 AC 428 convertibles manufactured in period the AC is finished in Guardsman Blue with black interior and a blue mohair hood. Although mostly original the car has had extensive mechanical maintenance and additional refurbishment to maintain it in excellent condition. Showing some 58,000 miles the interior is largely original and in recent years the engine and gearbox have been fully rebuilt. Most recent work includes a full suspension overhaul, new brakes, wheels and tyres. It features an aluminium radiator and upgraded ‘Cobra’ coil springs and trailing links. The AC is taxed and has a current V5 Registration Certificate and is privately owned. A comprehensive history accompanies the car. 



The Ace Brooklands was the result of an extensive development programme by the "new" AC company controlled by Brian Angliss and Ford Motor Co. The car featured a 4.7 litre Ford V8 in an entirely new stainless steel chassis with aluminium bodywork and about 70 were made between 1993 and 2000. This car was the first production model and the 1993 Earls Court Motor Show car. Sold by the factory to its only owner it has covered 28000 miles from new.

BRISTOL 411 Series 5 1976 SOLD
The Bristol 411 was introduced in 1970 and was fitted with a 6.5 litre Chrysler V8 and Torqueflite automatic transmission. At the time it was claimed to be the fastest 4 seat car in the world. It was built by hand to aircraft standards in small numbers (about 260 cars in all) over 5 series at Filton. This is the last car built and incorporates all the improvements and upgrades over earlier cars. Finished in the classic colours of dark blue with biscuit interior it is in superb condition having been carefully looked after by enthusiast owners witnesssed by two full box files of history and maintenance invoices. Not only does it look impeccable but it drives as a 411 should.
A fun 2CV in great condition and driving really well after a comprehensive service by 2CV specialists. In Bright White paint with Ocean Blue Decals and a blue striped roof the theme is continued inside with blue striped seats. Sitting on a galvanised chassis it has five new tyres and drives as a 2CV should - in fact it is ready for a beach party! There were a number of 2CV special editions over the years but the Beachcomber is the rarest being made only in 1983 to celebrate the sponsorship of the French entry in that years Americas Cup.
1966 Iso Rivolta IR 300 Coupe. Chassis Number 360297 D
Engine Number GM 378 2870
In the same ownership for the last 14 years this Iso Rivolta is one of only 13 RHD examples manufactured. Registered in the UK in 1967 the car has been prepared in line with Appendix K regulations and has raced with the Historic Touring Cars series with the HSCC. All mechanical parts have been replaced including a Martin Saville 327 ci engine, a Muncie style 4 speed gearbox and a rebuilt limited – slip diff 3.54.1 ratio rear axle. Hardly used retirement for racing is the reason for sale. Presently not registered for road use the Iso comes with its original green log books and all original parts including seats, trim, wheels etc. Eligible for the most prestigious events this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire one of the rarest examples of 1960,s Italian performance cars at an unrepeatable price.
£ 39750.00. 
Jaguar Mark V11 M/OD Barnfind 1954 SOLD

Jaguar Mark V11 manual / overdrive RHD barnfind - first registration 19.06.1954 last taxed 1990. Chassis number 721691DN with matching engine number D2825-8. Has V5 and buff logbook for original number. Remarkably only two owners from new, the second since 1967. Mileage showing 71420 almost certainly correct as supported by service documents in history file.   It seems to be complete with the exception of the rear wheel spats. The condition is consistent with having been standing for thirty years and in particular the sills, door bottoms and floors are rusty. The chassis seems reasonably sound having been undersealed. The interior has suffered from damp but it is all there.

This 1927 Scott Super Squirrel was professionally restored by well known specialist bike restorers Tennant Eyles about 30 years ago. I have owned it since 1994 and it has been on display and not used since then. It still looks immaculate but will obviously require some recommissioning. It is one of the last Scotts with the iconic "biscuit tin" fuel tank.
The posters visible in the photo are original Scott factory posters dating from about 1913 and are almost certainly unique. They could be purchased seperately.