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Audi Q5 3.0 BiTDI (339 PS) quattro Plus Shortlist +11
£44,500

Year 1970

Mileage 866

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Diesel

Tax £220

Insurance group n/a

MPG 42.2

1970 (16) Audi Q5 3.0 BiTDI (339 PS) quattro Plus, 866 miles, Diesel, Automatic Transmission, £44500
Jaguar XJS Eventer Manual Shortlist +18
£59,950

Year 1983

Mileage 103,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Finished in Sapphire Blue with Contrasting Magnolia Hide and Royal Blue Stitching. The Eventer was a conversion by Lynx Engineering to turn the XJS coupe into a professionally trimmed and adapted shooting brake. Lynx made around 67 of these fabulous cars and they only rarely come up for sale, it's one of what's believed to be only 49 RHD cars and has a manual gearbox. The car comes with a huge history file with Marque specialists. The car has recently gone through a bare metal repaint and full interior refurbishment. The later style 4.0 ltr alloys along with the twin headlight conversion help modernise the appearance.
Volvo 740 GL Shortlist +18
£3,995

Year 1990

Mileage 68,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Volvo 740 2 litre Estate 1990. At only 68,000 miles this 5 door Estate, This Modern Classic is already causing excitement. In exceptional condition for its years. We understand this car was in possession of the same family from new. In stunning and contemporary white with blue cloth interior trim this Volvo will be suitable for anyone wanting to add to their collectible cars or make a very, very nice family car. Feel free to call Norman for an informal chat and more information about this unusually low mileage car.
Peugeot 304 SL Break LHD With Low Mileage - A Real Shortlist +18
£2,495

Year 1975

Mileage 75,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Presenting This 1975 Peugeot 304 'SL' Break Estate Car With Just 75,000 Miles Since New - Possibly The Only Roadworthy Example In The U.K. - Finished In Azure Blue Metallic With Contrasting Cognac Vinyl Upholstery & Wooden Panelled Load Area With Just 75,000 Miles (121,000 Km) On The Odometer She Drives Exceptionally Well, Completing The c.500 Mile Trip From Southern France To Our Showrooms In Wimbledon Without Any Issues. During Her Life In France There Was Servicing/Maintenance Programmes Carried Out Regardless Of Mileage & This Is Certainly A Factor In The Mechanical Health Of This '304 SL Break' Today. The 1.3 Petrol Four Cylinder Engine Starts Without Effort & Is Wonderfully Smooth, Performance Is Surprising With Good Acceleration Thanks To The Four Speed Column Shift Gearbox. The Underside & Bodywork Of This Example Is In Fantastic Original Order Confirming The Exceptional Amount Of Love & Care Given To This Peugeot During The Past Forty Two Years This '304' Fills The Requirements As A "Survivor" - She Has Been Lovingly Used In A Small Countryside Setting For Over Four Decades With The Previous Keeper Building His Beloved Motor Car A Purpose Built Wooden Garage! The Paintwork Carries A Charming Patina With Straight Flanks & Excellent Brightwork Offered With All Her Original Equipment Including: Front & Rear Mounted Bumper Over-Riders, Period Roof Rack, Wood Panelled Load Area With Folding Rear Seats To Extend Now Ready To Be Pampered, Enjoyed Or Put To Good Use, Plus There Is An Entire Boot Full Of Spares / Accessories Accompanying The Peugeot Supplied With Original French 'Carte Grise' EU Registration Documentation, French MoT (Controle Technique) Valid Until September 2018, Full N.O.V.A Certification & 1 Years U.K. MoT, Free Histori
Morris Minor 1000 Shortlist +9
£7,950

Year 1965

Mileage 99,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £145

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

FINISHED IN THE CORRECT PERIOD COLOUR COMPLIMENTED WITH CONTRASTING PERIOD INTERIOR. CURRENT MOT TILL 07 01 2017. AN ORIGINAL, QUALITY EXAMPLE OF THE MODEL RESTORED SOME YEARS AGO AND HOLDING UP VERY WELL. AT THE TIME OF THE RESTORATION THE WOOD WORK WAS COMPLETELY RENEWED ALONG WITH ANY OTHER WORKS REQUIRED AT THE TIME. SHE DRIVES VERY WELL WITH A CRISP ENGINE AND GOOD PAINTWORK AND INTERIOR. A WISE CLASSIC CAR INVESTMENT WITH HISTORIC TAXATION CLASS (NIL)
Austin Other COUNTRYMAN Shortlist +9
£9,950

Year 1964

Mileage 107,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

WITHOUT DOUBT ONE OF THE BEST EXAMPLES TO COME TO MARKET IN THE U.K. OR WORLDWIDE OF THE RARE AUSTIN A 60 COUNTRYMAN. A GENUINE ONE OWNER FROM NEW VEHICLE REGISTERED ON 16 07 1964 AND PURCHASED THROUGH THE BRITISH WAGON COMPANY LIMITED. RARE IN THE 1960S AND EVEN RARER TODAY. EXCEPTIONALLY WELL PRESENTED IN POLISHED GLOSS BLACK, CONTRASTING WHITE ROOF AND STUNNING RED LEATHER. THE INTERIOR IS IMPECCABLE WITH AN EYE CATCHING DASHBOARD AND PERIOD FEATURES. A COMPREHENSIVE FILE CHARTS THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTRYMAN WITH NUMEROUS ITEMISED PARTS/LABOUR INVOICES, 20 OLD MOTS, TAX DISCS AND PERIOD LETTERS. BELIEVED TO BE TOTALLY ORIGINAL, A HISTORIC VEHICLE IDEAL FOR SHOWS AND WEEKENDS AWAY. DOCUMENTATION AVAILABLE BY EMAIL.
Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon Shortlist +5
£5,950

Year 1959

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Project vehicle, 1959 Country Sedan Station Wagon, six cylinder Automatic, was a daily driver a couple of years ago in CA. U.K. Registered
Fiat 500 Topolino Shortlist +17
£10,450

Year 1954

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Italy's most popular car from 1937 to '48, the Fiat 500 Topolino became even more so in 1949. As introduced in 1937 it was a two-passenger coupe with a 569 cc four-cylinder engine and four-speed gearbox. It soon took the nickname Topolino, literally "little mouse" but soon interpreted as Mickey Mouse, for the mouse ear-like headlamps on its front fenders. The two-main-bearing engine developed but 13 bhp, but four speeds forward and light weight conspired to give it adequate performance. The front wheels had transverse leaf spring independent suspension, the rear sprung quarter elliptics with torque arms. Fuel supply was by gravity from a firewall-mounted tank. Priced at the equivalent of $100, it was quite a bargain. A four-seat cabriolet was added in 1938, and in 1948 came a new model, the 500B, with overhead valves and improvements to the brakes, suspension and electrical system. For 1949, the Topolino was given a dramatic facelift, as the 500C. A wider horizontal grille looked more up-to-date, and the tail of the coupe and cabriolet was lengthened. A new model was the Giardiniera, literally "gardener," a compact little station wagon. It was built by Fiat's in-house Carrozzerie Speciali operation, which, as the name implied, was a special coachwork division. Some of these had real wood on the exterior, others had stamped metal panels that could be painted in contrasting colors or treated in the manner of faux timber. To these the name Belvedere was given. The 500C remained in production through 1954, to be replaced soon afterwards by the all-new unitary 600. By the time 500 production ceased, more than 375,000 of the "C" model had been built, which, when added to the 122,000 basic and "B" models, signaled nearly half a million "little mice." Fully restored in Italy u
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