- Subasta: Quedan 57 días
Año de hacer: 1907
Año de hacer: 1907
- Early example subject to comprehensive professional restoration in 2015/2016|- Capri Blue with grey seats|- Current MoT with no advisories to 21 January 2018|The origins of the long-running Land Cruiser series of 4x4s date back to 1941, when the Japanese authorities ordered Toyota to reverse engineer the Jeep. The first Land Cruiser was launched 10 years later. The name has become a byword for rugged dependability in parts of the world where even the ubiquitous Land Rover has been known to struggle. The now classic FJ40 model was in production from 1960 to 1984.|This RHD example was imported from Australia in 2015 and subjected to a comprehensive professional restoration in 2015/2016. The bodywork was restored by Sussex Coachworks whilst the engine and mechanics were entrusted to Imberhorne 4x4. We are advised that all panels were removed, shot blasted and resprayed in Capri Blue whilst the brakes, clutch, electrics, pistons, bearings, shock absorbers and cooling system were all rene
Año de hacer: 2000
Año de hacer: 2000
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Año de hacer: 1968
Año de hacer: 1940
Año de hacer: 1937
- Stalled restoration with much work completed in the 1980s|- Engine overhaul by Arthur Archer c.30 years ago, rechroming done etc.|- Believed to include most parts to finish|Unveiled at the October 1935 London Motor Show, the BI 105 was arguably the last 105 variant to remain true to designer Georges Roesch''s engineering principles. Notably rigid and low-slung, the newcomer''s chassis was reinforced by the use of a massive tubular cruciform brace and additional perforated channel sections to the inner face of its main side members. Equipped with all-round semi-elliptic leaf-spring suspension, Luvax adjustable dampers and large-diameter drum brakes, the BI 105 was powered by a free-revving 3-litre straight-six engine allied to Wilson pre-selector transmission. A rival to models from Alvis, Bentley and Lagonda, just 97 BI 105s are thought to have been made.|This fascinating project has been in the current ownership for the past eight years following its acquisition from Birmingham coac
Año de hacer: 1964
Año de hacer: 1938
- Restored in 1980s and nicely mellowed with wonderful patina|- Original registration number and buff logbook|- History file including invoices and photos of the restoration|Announced in 1936, the TA established the famous T-Series pedigree which would persist until the mid-1950s. Designed around a simple new ladder-type chassis frame, with beam axles and front and rear, allied to ultra-stiff leaf springs, the newcomer was powered by an overhead-valve engine allied to part-synchromesh four-speed manual transmission. The top speed was up to 75mph, the ride was firm, but the entire driving experience was exhilarating. A total of 3,003 TAs were produced until 1939.|First registered on 6th April 1938 and understood to retain its original registration number, GRE 318 was restored during the 1980s and has been in the current ownership since 2005. Now finished in red with a lovely patina to the red leather seats, the car has been used sparingly by the vendor, mainly attending various shows ar
Año de hacer: 1970
- Chassis Number One and Body Number One|- The first left-hand drive Series III 2+2-seater made and the only example fitted with a 4.2-litre XK engine|- Referred to by Jaguar Enthusiast magazine as ''A Ghost of an E-Type'' and ''the one missing link'' (August 2017 issue)|- Offered from the collection of music producer Pete Waterman and in his care since the late 1980s.|Rarer than any other E-type variant including the fabled ''Lightweight'', marque authorities have suggested that between four and six Series 3 cars were factory-fitted with XK DOHC 4.2 litre engines. The earliest Series 3 brochures mention ''A new Jaguar Engine - the 5.3 litre V12 to supplement the 4.2 litre six cylinder ''XK'' engine'' and even feature pictures of the latter but in reality derivatives equipped with the smaller powerplant were never made available to the general public.|Presumed lost for many years and thus referred to as ''A Ghost of an E-Type'' and ''the one missing link'' by Jaguar Enthusiast magazine
Año de hacer: 1969
Año de hacer: 1967
- Original RHD UK supplied example with 62,500 recorded miles|- Re-painted in 2013, over-drive equipped and known ownership from new|- Overhauled carburettors last year, MOT''d to July 2018 and ready to be enjoyed|Donald Healey''s eponymous company built a prototype two-seater sports car for display at the 1952 London Motor Show that not only impressed the public, but also so excited Austin''s Managing Director, Leonard Lord, that he struck a deal to build the car in volume at Longbridge. The newcomer was renamed the Austin-Healey 100 and the rest, as they say, is history. The ''Big'' Healey enjoyed steady development with the four cylinder cars giving way to the 100-Six of 1956, which was replaced by the first of the 3000s in 1959. The final version was the 3000 MKIII which was launched in October 1963 and mildly upgraded (Phase 2) in May the following year. The most powerful and luxurious of all the models, it had a lively performance courtesy of its 150bhp straight-six engine and fe
Año de hacer: 2016