This is a fully restored 1934 Austin 7 RP Box Saloon. There are very few of these models around, as the popularity of the Austin 7 significantly reduced during the early 1930's, and are less popular among collectors than their 1920's counterparts today. These cars are however increasing in value, and given their rarity, it is likely that this will continue for some time.
This Austin 7 was first registered in November 1978, and has original log books to prove it. It has recently had new hood and hood bag, as well as being treated to new 19” 350 Blockley tyres. All the plating has been recently re-done finished in Primrose yellow with black wheels and wings, and it has the original corrrect 6 Volt electrical system.
This Austin 7 Chummy has undergone a recent restoration (in 2008), and is in very good condition. This is an early 1928 Chummy, as distinguished from the later models by the location of the headlamps. Earlier Chummy cars have headlamps located just in front of their windscreen, as is the case on this particular car. Later models had headlights located more conventionally at the front of the car.
This is a particularly rare 998LS. Like the Nugget Gold 998 LS and the Green 998 LS, this one is believed to be one of 15 produced in this colour, to test the market prior to the launch of the 1275LS later in 1978. The Hi Ho Silver, and Nugget Gold colours obviously did well in the showroom, with those colours being selected for the final 1275LS. Other example of the green and gold mini 998 LS's can be seen by searching classicregister.com.
This is the most famous model of all Amilcar's - CGS 'Grand Sport' of 1924, featuring a 1,074cc engine and four-wheel brakes. This model evolved into the more sporty CGSS 'Grand Sport Surbaisse.' This is one of only 948 produced!
This is an Albion Glasgow Type SPCX19W. This double decker has spent most of the last 30 years inside sheds and is well preserved. The Bus is original and complete (including destination board). The bus also has all of the original seats and interior, and overall, everything is in good original condition considering its age, having never been restored.
1981 car, grey interior, manual transmission - the most desirable combination. Production variants: bonnet grooves, no gas flap, earlier pull straps, seperate side bolster, black wheel caps and Craig radio with digital clock.
Correct lower front springs and stainless steel coolant tank have been fitted. Otherwise the car is totally unmodified, including original CAT and exhaust system. Good battery. Tyres all very new (still "hairy"). All gas struts work correctly, and the doors do not "droop"
This Mk1 RS Cosworth has been set up for classic competion rally, and was recently available for sale on Bonhams Auctions website.
This is a very r are RS2000 MK1 Escort. For more informatoin about confirming the originality of a MK1 RS2000 Escort and additoinal information, see the attached links to both the RS2000 and RS1600 buyers guides provided by Classic Register: