2016 Land Rover Defender 110 Adventure

2016 Land Rover Defender 110 Adventure

9,712 Mile Single Owner Example

2016 Land Rover Defender 110 Adventure

This one owner from new example has covered just 9,712 miles from new.

Finished in Corris Grey metallic with two tone black over red leather upholstery and black Alcantara headlining. 

In addition to the above, ‘Adventure’ specification includes full roof rack with ladder, snorkel, underbody protection, black headlight surrounds, black grille, bonnet, roof and rear door, diamond cut alloy wheels with black inserts and more. 

An exceptional example of a highly collectable iteration of the beloved Defender. 

Asking Price: £54,950

Odometer Reading: 9,712
Registration: AP65 LFX
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Corris Grey
Interior: Black & Red Leather


1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III ‘Flying Spur’ Sports Saloon

1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III ‘Flying Spur’ Sports Saloon

1 of only 54 examples with coachwork by H. J. Mulliner

1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III ‘ Flying Spur’ Sports Saloon

1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Sports Saloon

Coachwork by H.J. Mulliner, Park Ward, Ltd.

Chassis no. SHS341C

Engine no. SS170H

  •   One of 54 Silver Cloud III’s wearing ‘Flying Spur’ bodywork
  •   Comprehensively restored by marque specialists in 2010
  •   Prize winning show car

Facing increasing competition from faster rivals and with development of its aging six-cylinder engine nearing an end, Rolls-Royce turned to V8 power as the 1960s approached. 

Introduced in the autumn of 1959, the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II and Bentley S2 appeared externally unchanged from their Cloud and S-Type predecessors, though the duo’s performance was considerably enhanced by the new 6,230cc aluminium-alloy V8 engine.

In 1962, the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III and its Bentley S3 equivalent debuted, employing the same V8 engine though with larger carburettors, new distributor and raised compression ratio – the III also came with a four-speed GM-derived automatic transmission as standard equipment.

Most obvious among many changes from the preceding models was the adoption of four-headlamp lighting and a slightly lower radiator shell. Inside there was improved accommodation with separate front seats and increased room for rear passengers. Notable as the last mainstream Rolls-Royce to employ a separate chassis, the Silver Cloud III proved immensely successful both at home and abroad, remaining in production until the autumn of 1965.

This very special Silver Cloud III was delivered on December 15, 1964 to K. Bates, Esq. of the Howarth Construction Co. Ltd of Burnley, Lancashire. Delivered in a combination of Regal Red with beige hide upholstery, the same scheme it wears today. ‘SHS 341C’ was fitted with such options as a Hirschmann electric aerial, power windows, and luggage straps. 

While the build sheet lists Park Ward, Ltd as the coach-builder, Bernard King in his book The Flying Spur notes that all ‘Flying Spur’ bodies were produced by H.J. Mulliner & Co. Ltd. 

A point that is slightly confused by the merger of H.J. Mulliner and Park Ward into H.J. Mulliner, Park Ward, Ltd. in 1961. 

In total 54 Rolls Rovce Silver Cloud Ill’s were ordered with the

unique ‘Flying Spur’ body. More than five times as many Bentleys Continental Flying Spurs were built than Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud wearing this coachwork.

This sporting design found favour with Rolls-Royce’s changing clientele, shifting as it was from traditional landowners and industrialists to more flamboyant stars of film and stage.

After Mr Bates, Esq. sold the Rolls-Royce, it passed through four subsequent owners before turning up in the collection of Phillip Brooks of Alexandria, Virginia in 1991. It was in Mr Brooks’ care for the next 20 years, during which time it was filmed for a feature in a 2003 episode of the TV show Great Cars. Following this lengthly custodianship, possession of the car was passed on again, this is where a thorough and detailed restoration began.

Marque specialist Jim Henry completed the cosmetic work on the car, including a repaint in its original color scheme and refurbishing the interior wood, while Doug Seibert, another well-respected Rolls-Royce guru, completed the mechanical refurbishment. Emerging from restoration in 2010, it was shown at a number of Concours d’Elegance where it enjoyed numerous first place finishes.

To be sold freshly serviced and MOT’d and with its original factory booklets. 

CUV 788C is a truly exceptional example of the breed, viewing is highly recommended. 


Asking Price: £169,950

Registration Number: CUV 788C
Chassis Number: SHS341C
Engine Number: SS170H
Gearbox: Automatic
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Regal Red
Interior: Beige Leather


1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo

1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo

A Beautifully Original Example

1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo

A wonderfully presented and pleasingly original example of the coveted first generation of RS Turbo. 

The Ford Escort RS Turbo was based on the three-door Ford Escort saloon supplied in Diamond White. Equipped with a 1.6 litre unit modified to suit the higher loads and the application of a turbocharger. Computerised fuel injection and engine management incorporating turbocharger boost control were also fitted.

Aesthetically, the RS Turbo was given a distinctive appearance with a body coloured front grill, bumpers and aerodynamic aids, an XR3i spoiler was fitted together with ‘RS Turbo’ decals. The interior was trimmed in a combination of Monza and Cashmere fabrics and XR3i-type Recaro LS bucket seats were fitted as standard. Production was limited to only 5,000 examples and many were modified in period for racing.

This cherished example comes complete with a large history file, original owners manual, stamped service booklet, past MOT’s and fresh MOT. 

Asking Price: £34,950

Odometer Reading: 74,000
Registration: C155 SNJ
Chassis Number: WF0BXXGCABFK72283
Engine Number: FK72283
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Diamond White
Interior: Grey Fabric


2014 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante 4.7 Manual

2014 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante 4.7 Manual

Beautifully Appointed Example With Full Aston Martin Works Service Record

2014 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante 4.7 Manual

Finished in striking Cobalt Blue over black hide with blue stitching this very well appointed example is a rare find equipped with the six speed manual gearbox. 

Benefiting from a full and up to date Aston Martin Works service record. 


Further information on this vehicle is to follow shortly. 

Asking Price: £51,950

Odometer Reading: 29,400
Registration: GK14 KVV
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Cobalt Blue
Interior: Black


1990 Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4

1990 Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4

Multiple AMOC Concours Winning Example

1990 Aston Martin Lagonda Series Four

Delivered on 24th May 1990 to its first owner, a Mrs J B Brooks of Saviour, Guernsey, chassis number ‘13643’ is the third from last Aston Martin Lagonda built and the only series four to be delivered in Rolls Royce Royal Blue. This wonderful example enjoyed maintenance by Aston Martin Lagonda for the first eight years of its life. Mrs Brooks had specified the car with blue-piped Connolly Parchment hide with leather-bound blue Wilton carpet, lambswool over-mats and a Champagne suede headlining. It also comes complete with a three-piece, body colour embossed luggage set. 

In 1998 the car was sold at which time Aston Martin Lagonda prepared it for UK mainland registration on behalf of H R Owen. Over the next twenty five years, three further owners assumed stewardship of the car, with the penultimate owners entering it into multiple Aston Martin Owners Club concours events where it achieved several class wins. Since 2015 this Lagonda has formed part of an extensive private collection that features numerous Aston Martin, Bentley, Mercedes and more. It has been maintained by Aston Martin Works in that time, their most recent full service bill (for £5,405), being issued in April 2023. The car retains its original handbooks and service books and is MOT’d to 15th May 2024.

According to Aston Martin Lagonda Limited, one hundred and six Lagonda Series four models were built, the right to left-hand drive split being thirty four and seventy two respectively. This beautifully appointed and exceptionally well sorted example of the ever special Lagonda offers the rare opportunity to own one of the very last and certainly very best. 

Asking Price: £89,950

Odometer Reading: 23,000 
Registration: H370 XRS
Chassis Number: 13643
Engine Number: V5853643
Gearbox: Automatic
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Royal Blue
Interior: Parchment


1998 Jaguar XJ8 3.2 V8

1998 Jaguar XJ8 3.2 V8

Two Owner Example With Full Jaguar Service Record

1998 Jaguar XJ8 3.2

Launched in 1997 the ‘X308’ XJ was a thoroughly modernised update for the ageing XJ40. 

With all new bodywork, interior, suspension and a lot more this generation of XJ remains one of the most coveted cars in Jaguars back catalogue. 

The example offered for sale here is particularly lovely, finished in metallic green with ivory leather upholstery ‘R72 NGN’ has covered a mere 81,000 miles whilst under the ownership of its two keepers and has been maintained exclusively by Guy Salmon Jaguar main agents with no less than twenty four service stamps on file.

In exceptional and original order throughout this time warp example is ready to be enjoyed. 

Offered for sale accompanied by all handbooks, service book, past MOT certificates, two keys, service invoices and even the original handover cassette provided by Jaguar.


Part Exchanges Welcomed.

Asking Price: £9,950

Odometer Reading: 81,820
Registration: R72 NGN
Gearbox: Automatic
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Green
Interior: Ivory


2017 Lotus Elise 220 Sport

2017 Lotus Elise 220 sport

2017 Lotus Elise 220 Sport

A stunning example of the coveted Elise 220 Sport finished in black over black upholstery with red stitching and black lightweight forged alloy wheels. 

This car has covered 19,000 miles from new with its three owners and is accompanied by a Lotus service history. 

The 220 Sport received high praise from motoring journalists for being the sweet sport in the Elise range, offering ample performance without being too much, add to that the desirable ‘Touring Pack’ this car has and you have all the fun we know to expect from an Elise, but also a highly useable sports car.

In fact the previous keeper of this very car has recently enjoyed a 3,500 trip around Europe. 

The Touring Pack mentioned above consists of the lightweight forged alloy wheels, air conditioning and cruise control. 

Ready to be enjoyed this fantastic, iconic and very well presented sports car is to be sold freshly serviced, MOT’d and with two keys. 

Asking Price: £34,950

Odometer Reading: 19,700
Registration: WX17EGJ
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Black
Interior: Black 


1933 Alvis Speed 20 SA

1933 Alvis Speed 20 SA

Comprehensive Service and Maintenance

1933 Alvis Speed 20 SA

Delivery New: chassis to C. Follett Ltd

Coachwork: Vanden Plas 2 Door  

As often occurred with clients contemplating the design of their new Alvis, ‘AJJ 588’ was delivered by the Factory as a chassis to Messrs Charles Follett Ltd, the London Alvis dealer. A two door Saloon design by Vanden Plas was chosen by the first owner, which the car retained until the early nineteen seventies when rebodied as a Vanden Plas style tourer.

The car featured in the book ‘Vanden Plas Coachbuilders’ (page 129) and subsequently became owned by Kenneth R. Day Esq who authored the seminal tome on Alvis cars, ‘Alvis; the story of the Red Triangle’. It also featured regularly in the Alvis Owners Club ‘Bulletin’ over a period of four decades.

The earliest recorded competition entry in the History file was the Kentish Rally in 1954 when driven by Kenneth Day, and the last was the Brooklands Speed Trials in October 1999. The car competed regularly in the nineties’, the History file replete with scrutineering tags, programmes and results of VSCC events at Wiscombe, Colerne, Prescott, Brooklands and also the Brighton Speed Trials, all of which the car qualified for as holder of a VSCC Competition Car Log Book (the ‘Buff’ book).

The History file is extensive and carefully collated, including important original documents such as the Factory ‘Car Record’ and ‘Archive’, and a ‘New Registration Book’ issued in April 1954. The extensive service and maintenance section of the History file begins in 1974 with a purchase from ‘South London Pistons Ltd’, and ends in June 2023 with the water pump and starter motor being overhauled by the inevitable and excellent ‘Red Triangle’.

Alvis owners are notoriously serious about servicing and maintenance and hence the car is accompanied by:

The Factory lubrication chart

Description of the petrol ‘Telegage’

Lucas Technical Service manual

Factory ‘Handbook of Instructions’

Repair Manual

Alvis Owners Club articles  

Offered with hood, tonneau, hood cover, original starting handle and a new set of Blockley tyres.

Asking Price: £86,950

Registration: AJJ 588
Chassis Number: 10606
Engine Number: 11058
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Red
Interior: Black 


1977 Aston Martin V8 Coupe

1977 Aston Martin v8 Coupe

Factory Manual & Weber Carburettor Example

1977 Aston Martin V8 Coupe

Forty six years ago, in 1977, a Lady or Gentleman contemplating the purchase of a new Aston Martin would almost inevitably opt for the automatic version. What they likely never envisaged was that forty six years later the few manual gearbox examples would be the most collectable, and command a 50% market premium.

This car is one of the few, a manual AMV8, also fitted from new with a Factory electric sun roof. They may look very similar but the well-informed know the evolution of the AMV8’s different models intimately, and why the Series 3 is the most desirable – mostly because of the four twin choke Webers that replaced the Bosch fuel injection of the earlier Series, plus an array of other mechanical and cosmetic improvements. And yes, zero to 100 mph in 12.7 seconds is as impressive today as it was then.

Fast forward to 2023 and the Gentleman contemplating that same Series 3 AMV8 will probably focus on certain key criteria – the car must be matching numbers, have a full service history, good colours, and its condition confidently ready for either a weekend adventure or a trip across Europe.

Chassis Number V8/11618/RCAC is finished in Silver Birch with Blue leather with a service history and MOT record that fully supports the mileage of 72,841. The current MOT was issued without advisories, and the extensive maintenance history is the ‘Who’s Who’ of Aston Martin specialists –  Chapman Spooner, Four Ashes, Ian Mason and Chicane Classics (ex RSW), the latter having performed £43,667 of maintenance and servicing during the last 3,000 miles.

The extensive Inspection Report performed in 2020 by an independent engineer was very positive and closed with the following statement:

“This is a very strong driver with a good tight chassis, and engine and gearbox are also very good. A really good example, very well maintained, and presented well”.

From 2006 to 2018 the car was owned by an enthusiast in Switzerland. During that twelve year period  CHF95,262 of maintenance was performed on the car, mostly by Roos Engineering the Heritage approved service centre of Aston Martin for Switzerland.  

Available for inspection and offered with V5, current MOT, Factory Parts Catalogue, Owners Handbook and three fully documented and extensive files, one of which details the restoration of the body and chassis supported by photographs.

Asking Price: £97,950

Odometer Reading: 73,145
Registration: W3 OEC
Chassis Number: V8/11618/RCAC
Engine Number: V540/1618
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Silver Birch
Interior: Blue Leather


1964 FIA Ford Anglia 1200 Super

1964 FIA Ford Anglia 1200 Super

Historic Race & Rally Car

1964 Ford Anglia 1200 Super

FIA Historic Race & Rally Car

Date of first registration – 15.06.1964


This Ford Anglia 1200 Super is built to FIA 1175 Homologation specification. Following a comprehensive re-build costing in excess of £40,000.00 the car has seen very little use.

Complete with HTP papers this car offers the opportunity to take part in a diverse selection of race series, and is now a seriously potent and competitive machine. 

Eligible for FIA road rallies and historical events such as the U2TC Championships, Goodwood Revival, Spa six hour and much more. Originally used for rallying, this car has a long history and has enjoyed lot’s of success whilst in the hands of Patrice Wattine and others. It went on to race within the HSCC – Dunlop Thermex championships before a complete strip and rebuild began.

The Restoration:

The car is fully seam welded and has a stiffened and strengthened floor in order to accommodate the roll cage. Alongside being stripped back to bare metal it’s underside was bead blasted to remove all previous paint. 

Brand new, original specification Ford steel wings were purchased and new door shut panels were welded in to get the newly re-skinned doors to fit the body apertures correctly, New rear panels were also fitted.

The exterior, interior and underside were sprayed then baked. The doors with their new skins were then fitted with a brand new window kit and new laminated windscreen. The door cards, and headlining were installed prior to the fitment of the roll cage. 


Now equipped with a DAMICO 1200cc engine built to strict FIA specification. This engine is currently limited to 7500rpm for longevity, but is capable of reaching more than 8500 rpm if required. In its current state of tune it is producing in the region of 130 bhp. 

All engine components are new and balanced. The block and head have been extensively worked on. The cam was specially chosen to make the car easy to live with and to give a smooth power delivery. 

The current exhaust is a 105 decibel system designed and fitted by Alan Dent. In order to make long distance races such as Spa six hour feasible the car has a 12 gallon, foam filled fuel tank.

Interior Detail:

The dashboard is as per the original car, with the addition of an electronic rev counter and an extra large oil warning light. The original ignition remains and the car is started using its original key. All exterior lights, windscreen wipers, washers and horn are functional. An MSA/FIA compliant rain light is fitted, as is an electric fan and a fire extinguisher system. The racing seat is suitable for a HANS Device and is compliant with FIA/MSA regulations. 

Suspension & Brakes:

The suspension was modified within FIA regulations and corner weighted by Alan Dent. New bearings, seals and flexible brake pipes were fitted. In short, the entire braking system was replaced, along with new dampers all round and FIA compliant disc brakes to the front.

Gearbox :

Now fixed with close ratio gears, a racing clutch and new bearings and seals.  

Benefiting from being fully road registered, this fantastic motorcar is to be sold complete with UK V5 logbook and a vast history file containing comprehensive details and photographs of its restoration.

Asking Price: £19,950

Odometer Reading: 
Registration: BFW 651B
Chassis Number: H26D067869
Gearbox: Manual
Steering position: Right-hand drive
Colour: Blue
Interior: Black 

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