We normally have a selection of quality MGs, and other classic cars, that we have for sale.
Prior to the sale, these cars are comprehensively checked, in our workshop, to ensure peace of mind for the new owner.
Here are cars that we currently have available.
You are welcome to get in touch with us to arrange a viewing.
Please click on the images for a photo gallery on a particular car:
MG TC, 1947, finished in black with beige interior and weather gear, it has been fitted with a re-con engine which has only done 10,000 mls.
The car comes with a very good history file including old MOT's, invoice's and details of work done over several years.
The car has recently had Blockley tyres fitted all round.
It does have one or two minor paint blemishes but still presents itself very well.
MGC Roadster, 1969 in Old English White.
This car comes with overdrive, painted wire wheels, black sports reclining seats with white piping, uprated engine with gas flowed head, Maniflow exhaust system, Motolita wood rim steering wheel, new hood and good service history.
The car has recently been re-commissioned and serviced by us and is in good condition.
Here is our special MGB Roadster which we are building to show condition!
The specification is as follows:
1970 MGB Roadster, using ex Californian shell, converted to right hand drive.
Finished in MG Red, with black leather seats with black interior, chrome painted wire wheels, four speed overdrive gearbox, unleaded stage 2 engine, sports stainless steel exhaust.
The car will be having power steering fitted.
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1971 MGB GT No. BFD 864 J. Tax & MOT free.
Full group 2 engine by Peter Burgess only done five events in 2018. Bored to 1830cc with Omega pistons, fully balanced with Piper 285 cam. Head fully gas flowed with combustion chambers balanced and giving comp ratio of 11.5-1. Last time on Peter’s road showed 130 BHP at wheels. This is the ultimate spec. for group 2. Nothing else is allowed. Peter’s current price for an engine of this spec. is £4200.
Three branch exhaust manifold with comp. Exhaust system. 1.5 inch SU’s fully flowed and modified.
Virtually new 4 syncro box fitted with competition overdrive unit. This is modified to operate on all gears. The most useful aspect of this set-up is overdrive second which fills the enormous gap between normal second and third. At max. Revs this gear gives a speed of 67 MPH.
Lowered and stiffened with poly bushes throughout and all rear bushes just replaced. Converted to tele shocks front and rear. Fitted with panhard rod. Front brakes modified to take V8 pads. Brake lines aeroquip braided. Brake master cylinder large capacity with see through reservoir. Minilite type wheels fitted with list 1A tyres 195-55-14. These were scrubbed before fitting to 4mm. Tread depth.
The car was off the road for the whole of 2011 for a full body rebuild including sills, new rear quarter panels and new steel front wings. Fitted Sebring front and with rear filler to replace rear bumper.Perspex tailgate window. Fully resprayed in gleaming Flamenco Red.
Cobra drivers seat with new, in date, 4 point harness. Full Safety Devices cage and extinguisher.
The car has won the Luffield Northern Championship and more class wins and trophies than I can list. It is prepared to the very limit of the Luffield regs. And could not be improved.
All the Northern venue course records were set by me in this car and it has won it’s class every year that it has been campaigned. The car is eligible for classic class speed events, such as the VSCC Harewood meeting. It has competed twice in the St. Goueno hillclimb in Britany in the GB Masters class.
There is included in the sale a Bradbury twin axle trailer in good condition. Many mechanical spares including a lightweight rear hatch and an aluminium bonnet.