Genuine Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000, finished in Sebring red, with only 74,000km on the clock. The seller notes that the body never been reconditioned or modified.
It has a Type 49 body shell, and was wax oiled as a factory option. Brakes. suspension. drive train and engine fully serviced and Overhauled. Thousands spent on parts. all original parts not fitted to car are available.
This rare M635 CSI was advertised on Ebay UK, located in the West Midlands of the UK in April 2017. There were just over 4,000 of these produced in total, and only 524 were right hand drive.
The car is in fairly rough condition, and looks like more of a ‘paddock find’ than a ‘barn find’. Of course, it’s certainly worth saving despite its condition.
This 970cc Cooper S sold in 2014 through handh.co.uk. The 970cc-powered Cooper S was a homologation special that accounted for just 963 sales. Stated to have had seven custodians to date and to have been dry-stored for twenty-seven years prior to entering the current ownership, 'EBH 243B' was treated to an extensive restoration in 2010/2011.
This LHD Morris Mini Cooper 1275 S has benefitting from a recent ground up restoration to concours quality in the correct early type, (lighter shade RD9), Tartan red with black roof. The car was exported to Portugal on 3rd July 1965 as a CKD and is an original LHD car. It was registered to its first owner on 10th November 1965 and has remained in the country until now.
Built from 1995 - 1996, this final edition XJS known as the "Celebration" was the last iteration of the XJS model which had been introduced all the way back in 1976, and was designated to celebrate the 60th year of the Jaguar company. Although styling at the car's introduction was controversial, a 21 year production run and relatively strong sales demonstrate it was well ahead of its time, and we certainly think it looks better with every year.