2002 Aston Martin Vanquish
- 460 BHP
- Transmission:Semi automatic
- Mileage: 43000
- Exterior Colour: Tungsten Silver
- UK Registered
The Aston Martin Vanquish was the last of the ‘hand built’ Aston Martins at the Newport pagnell factory. Designed by Ian Callum, the car received additional kudos when chosen as the James Bond car in Die another day. The car was the first of the true British ‘super cars ‘ before the phrase became somewhat over used. The Vanquish fitted with the immense V12 engine utilised a lot of cutting edge technology which has been used and modified over subsequent years.
When you start the Aston up the Roar of that V12 as it is stirred into action is a truly wonderful sound. When you engage First gear utilising the clutch-less paddle shift and pull away you can immediately understand why this beautiful car has been called a continent eater. whilst it is undoubtedly a very comfortable cruiser it is certainly no slouch and will get you to 60MPH in five seconds and go all the way up to 190mph!
This Particular vanquish has covered 43000 miles, finished in the Desirable tungsten silver it is the 2+0 configuration so there is plenty of room for the luggage for those European road trips and weekends away. It has a comprehensive history file detailing the previous owners and has recently been serviced and inspected by a renowned Aston martin specialist. This fine piece of appreciating collectable British motoring heritage is absolutely fantastic to drive, but the problem is it is also absolutely gorgeous to just look at and admire so that’s a real quandary for you there.
1947 Commer Q25 Van
- 2500 cc
- Petrol Engine
- For conversion or Restoration
- Built to your specification
This Absolutely remarkable Commer Q25 was first registered on 27th August 1946.
Obviously at that time new vehicle orders were controlled by the Government as the country recovered from the war There were only limited numbers produced. We have a copy of the ledger from the supplying Dealer which shows this vehicle was delivered to the Tymouth Laundry company when new.
I bought this vehicle after having a glass of wine, remarkbly it was just as fantastic when I went to collect it. The plan with this vehicle was always to restore it to be a promotional vehicle or used as a support vehicle at events like Goodwood revival etc. Alternatively As you will see from the pictures we have had a visualisation done to show the vehicle converted into a period catering vehicle.
Since collecting the vehicle we have got the 2.5 litre petrol engine fired up and it sounds absolutley brilliant, the Vehicle drives backwards and forwards so will be easily capable of restoration on its own drive train.
Rather than restore the vehicle and potentially limit out options or incur costs for making changes i thought we would advertise it with a view to preparing a price to restore and convert the vehicle to the customers specification and wishes. that way they join us on the journey and have as much fun as we will carrying out the work.
If you want it be a catering van or a period restoration please talk to us.
£ subject to specification required
1971 Triumph TR6
- Mileage: 85,796
- Exterior Colour: Red
- UK Registered
There is a massive history file going back to 1982 detailing all of the work the car has had done over the years. please contact me to arrange an appointment to view this fine example.
1954 Austin Somerset
- 1200 cc
- Lovely Interior
- Exterior Colour: Black
- Factory Sun roof
An absolutely Delightful Austin A40 somerset, first registered 26.03.1954. The vehicle is a rare factory sunroof version.
The car bodywork is in remarkable condition and the interior is absolutely lovley . The Vehicle drives really nicely and is an absolute joy to ride in.
The car was previosly owned by a real austin A40 enthusiast and is a testament to the love and care he has bestowed on the car over his years of ownership. We have carried out some minor cosmetic work on the vehicle to repair a little bit of a paint scuff and marks on the roof. It just sits there and exhudes charm and all our staff here have really taken a shine to this little car, one of the mechanics summed it up as ‘A real straight little gem’ couldn’t have put it better myself.
With the added advantage of a rare factory sunroof this Austin is a little time warp of car offering real enjoyment and whilst it looks stunning it still retains a lot of the original patina.
2001 Land Rover Defender
- 2500 cc
- Diesel Engine
- Factory six seater
- Sun roof
- A-Frame soft nudge bar
- heated rear screen with wash wipe
- side steps
- raised air intake
- tinted rear glass
Here we have our lovely Land Rover Defender 90 station wagon. This is a factory six seater model and finished in the gorgeous Blenheim silver.
This vehicle is a nod to the Braemar limited edition models marketed by Land Rover in 2001, it comes with the raised air intake, factory sun roof, heated rear screen with wash wipe and the Free style alloy wheels and mud flaps, it also has the A frame soft nudge bar with driving lamps, along with the rear privacy glass.
The car comes with a comprehensive service history and has only covered 76479 miles , and whilst the previous 6 owners have used and enjoyed this vehicle it has remained in a lovely unmolested state with a nice blend of original patina but very clean and original.
The vehicle drives really well and brings a smile to your face especially when you get the waves and smiles from the Other land rover Defender owners you meet out on the road.
If you are looking for a Defender 90 this must be one to look at.
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We are always looking to buy classic cars for our sales stock, please get in touch if you are looking to sell.
We can also work with you to prepare and market your vehicle on a consignment basis!