All of our classic cars are given a full inspection before sale from our independent mechanic who has more than 20 years experience working with many different types of vehicles.
Any further inspection is of course welcomed and encouraged.
Let us know when you would like to visit and we will make the vehicle available for viewing. We look forward to meeting you soon.
Awaiting preparation - a lovely 1936 Austin 7 in excellent order - lots of history and restoration work completed
Please keep an eye out for more pics and our listing. Runs and drives - last MOT in 2016 passed with no problems. Very low miles since engine rebuild. Bodywork is excellent. Interior is excellent. A real treat!
£7495 - now available
1964 MGB - One of the best available - over 20k spent on restoration less than 2000 miles ago
Welcome to the sale of this MGB Roadster. With only 5 previous owners and a comprehensive rebuild this must be one of the best on the market. We have more pictures to follow this week but of course any Classic Car is best viewed which we welcome by appointment.
Built in late 1963 and registered in early 1964 this stunning car has had over £20,000 invested during an extensive rebuild in 2012 - 2013. It has covered less than 2000 miles since and is still in freshly restored condition and has never seen the rain. This car was sent to Classic and Retro, Castle Hedingham, Essex (who are happy to discuss the work carried out) and this car had the following work carried out (amongst many other things):
Car completely stripped and blasted. Boot floor, inner arch, sill kit, cross member, spring mounts, lower quarter repairs, floor pans, floor corners, door frame lower section, front wing and rear wings and doors all replaced. Shell turned over and spring hangers, jacking points, battery trays, chassis rails fitted. All joints and repairs seam sealed and underside of car painted in black stone chip. The car has never been wet since this work was completed. The car was then refinished in Old English White (a change from the original Green)
Engine work includes: New pistons, unleaded head, big end main bearings, camshaft, timing chain, and oil pump (total cost of rebuild to engine £1594). Other work includes a new clutch and cylinder, poly bushes all around, hi torque starter motor, new discs and pads with master cylinder, bump stops, gearbox mounts, fuel tank repaired, front stub axles, engine mounts, electronic ignition and new coil, new springs, shocks, rebuilt heater, strip and rebuild carbs, reconditioned lights and indicators, new fuel lines and brake lines, spin on oil filter conversion, new water pump, new radiator, steering rack, wiring loom, all window seals, pedal box, anti-roll bars, new red leather interior with new webbing and foam. It was then fitted a new set of wire spoke wheels with tyres.
The mileage when the restoration started in 2012 was 50386 miles. It now reads just under 52400. Truly no expense has been spared to make this one of the very best early roadsters on the road today – surely a blue-chip investment car that can go only go up in value.
This car drives extremely well and feels very ‘tight’. It sounds great and with the original large steering wheel has the true classic car experience. The two-piece hood is excellent (as new) and it has a full tonneau cover. This car is ready to go anywhere you might to venture.
It has a clear MOT until March 2020 (and a record of old MOTS back to 2011). It is of course road tax free and very reasonable classic insurance makes this car better than money in the bank with nothing to do but enjoy.
If you can find a suitable early donor car (this was made in late 63 and registered early 64 (according to the vin number) and then have this work carried out you would probably have to wait well over a year and spend more than 25K. Being hyper critical there is a small paint blemish on the front of the bonnet as a result of stone chip – we are happy to have this repaired at your cost should you wish. The car comes complete with its driver’s handbook and the sales catalogue for the 64 MG Roadster which highlights this model and colour of car.
There really are not many 1964 cars in this order, and ones that would have competed in the marketplace in the 60s are achieving extremely high prices so this investment can only go one way. There are many photos available of all the work carried out which can be supplied with the car.
This car was off the road for some time in its history, so we are confident that it is all correct. However, the DVLA have it as green (which it was before the strip down of many layers of paint and resprayed) and have it as a 1979 car. The VIN number matches the 64 build specification. It has a five-bearing engine which has probably been replaced at some point in its life as a late 63 car would have had the three-bearing engine. By all accounts, the five-bearing engine is the stronger engine and with the full rebuild this one is ready for action. This car has been used in a professional photo shoot for Max Factor - follow the link below and see if you can spot it!
Any inspection is of course welcome. We can assist with delivery at cost anywhere in the UK.
1978 MG B GT - Last Owner since 2005 - Thousands Invested - Ready To Enjoy
Welcome to the sale of this 1978 MGB GT. Finished in Vermillion (Orange) this car has had everything it has needed in the careful hands of its last 3 owners throughout the last 20 years. It has had 9 previous owners in total. With MOT's and history back to the late 80's the history makes an interesting read.
In 1990 the car was showing just 1577 miles which would suggest either it had an engine rebuild then or a new speedometer - the previous 1988 MOT shows just 45654 miles. Every MOT since backs up the mileage of today which is showing 22955. A quick glance through the DVLA website also records the minimal use in the last 20 years. Despite this, it has been serviced every year by the same garage and there has been no expense spared in the maintenance of this well regarded classic. The bills for work carried out include a newly trimmed interior, uprated distributor, carbs rebuilt and balanced, new wheels and tyres, bodywork under sealed, wax oiled and touched in/replaced where needed, bumpers refurbished, fuel pump, leads, new brakes and master cylinder, poly bushings etc etc. The last bill in June 2019 shows brakes rebuilt, handbrake replaced, carbs stripped and new gaskets fitted - a total spend of £744 to get it running and driving spot on which it now does,
This car also has working overdrive in 3rd and 4th gear so cruising at 70 is a pleasure. The gearbox is precise and the engine responsive, The full length sunroof is an excellent addition giving a feeling of open top motoring without the worry of a leaking roof. The Moto Lita steering wheel sets of the restored interior and it is a great place to be with excellent door cards and an original dashboard finish. An original Drivers Handbook comes with the car. It is now Road Tax exempt and MOT exempt (although it is tested until June next year). There is a radio fitted but it does not currently work.
As with many 40 years old cars there are a few areas that could be tidied up. As per the pics there are a few corrosion bubbles - notably in a small area of the front of the drivers door, the back of the lower rear wing and some on the top of the A pillars under the windscreen outer edges. However, you can get your hand behind these areas of bubbling and they do not move suggesting that the paint surface could be rubbed down and refinished should you wish (there is a small pot of Vermillion with the car). Underneath the car is very good indeed and all the inner wings both front and rear are excellent. The castle rails are excellent. The tops of the rear wings are excellent. There is a dulling of the paint on the bonnet on the front quarter of the bonnet but it does, as the pictures show, shine up well. Of course any inspection is welcome and we have taken photos of all the above mentioned areas - please feel free to come and inspect.
In summary this is a smart MGB GT which is ready to enjoy. The tyres, brakes, engine, interior, sunroof etc etc are all excellent and it has a great history showing much recent expenditure, There are a few areas of paint you might what to tinker with but overall it is in very good order indeed.
A great colour combination with a great driving experience and a great car for either shows or everyday use.
Ready to go for a blast!
Classic Mercedes W123 200E in excellent restored condition - over 8k spent in the last 3 years with bills from Mercedes to prove probably one of the best in the UK
A stunning example of some of the best Mercedes engineering when they were built to a world regarded quality standard not a price. As Classic Car guru Martin Buckley said "The finest engineering of the 20th century".
This car has had 6 previous owners with the last since 2016 and has a history spanning back to its first registration on the 15th of February 1982.. Every MOT is here to back up the genuine mileage of 111k which on one for these cars is very little - especially with the ongoing investment in that has been made.
In the last few years it has had (all my Mercedes themselves):
Rear Diff Gasket Replaced NSR wheel bearing Lower Arm ball joint replaced Brake Pads throughout Fuel Hoses throughout New Battery Distributor, Leads and Plugs replaced Window Vacuums replaced 4 new tyres Front shocks replaced Exhaust system New Water Pump Choke rebuilt Transmission oil replaced Timing Chain replaced Full service July 2018
The original service book is with the car and stamped at 896 - 6146 - 12247 - 18370 - 24377 - 33597 - 36954 - 43092 - 48905 - 52830 - 60147 - 71985 - 93456 (in 2016) - 13 services in all and all the bills from day one make this a very special car indeed.
As the pictures show this a car ready to show and enjoy. It is well known for its reliability the world over and no doubt if you wanted to also use this car everyday you could. There are a few tiny surface bubbles on the bottom of the near side wing as shown in the pics and 3 small surface bubbles on the bottom of the A pillar on the near side.
The interior is in excellent order throughout with no rips or tears. The carpets look as new. It has manual windows and little in the way of electronics so less to go wrong! The manual sunroof is working and there is no rust in the runners. This car is very clean underneath. We believe the sills have been replaced at some point but they have been done properly.
Please take a look at the video below to see how these cars are one of the best in the world!
A fantastic piece of engineering long undervalued but now seeing increased interest and this one has already had all the investment made to make it look and drive like new.
BMW Z3 - Pre Face lift Model - 1998 - 1.9 5 Speed- FSH - only 73 K with 5 owners.
First unveiled at the 1995 motor show, this Z3 represented a step forward for BMW and also a return to what they do best - making well built and excellent handling good fun driving machines.
This August 1998 BMW Z3 is a great value for money modern classic that could be used everyday or kept for that special Sunday drive (as it has been for the last decade). It has 5 previous owners with the current, our client, from 2008. The service book is stamped at 10, 7229, 18133, 32327, 45600, 57966 by BMW Cooper of Harold Wood and then at 63936, 64965, 71910 and 72758 with the last supplying dealer. It is currently showing just over 73000 miles so since 2007 has covered less than 10k miles and has been kept cosseted in the garage.
It has had a new catalytic converter in June 2019 and has been regularly serviced throughout its life with oil changes and filters as required. The last service was less than 1k ago and was in 2015. Every MOT is present to back up the mileage and with BMW engineering this car has many more miles left in it. It drives very well with the 1.9 Injection engine returning 138bhp which in this rear wheel drive 2 seat soft top is ample to enjoy oneself (especially with the switchable traction control button).
The engine is mated to a 5 speed 'box and from new has a M Sports steering wheel and gear knob. It does have a current MOT until June 2020 and there were some advisories on the last one - the most salient being the tyres which if this vehicle is to be pressed into everyday use could be renewed although the current ones are serviceable. The M3 wheels fitted to this car are in good order throughout. We can arrange for new tyres to be fitted at cost if required should the car be purchased at the full asking price. There is also some slight 'rocking' on the drivers seat which is very common on these cars - it is a bushing kit needed as they do wear - and can be done if car achieves full asking price.
We have every MOT and service bill with this car from new and as per the pictures it has no car park dents or scratches. There are a few small spots of decay on the drivers side top door but only the size of a 10p piece. It has very small (10p piece size) of delaminating on the boot lid otherwise in our opinion is excellent.
The original tool kit is present and unused. The interior is in excellent order and the hood presents very well. It is a manual hood (so less to go wrong!) and the heaters work very well. It is complete with a wind deflector so can be enjoyed with the roof down throughout the year - possibly as BMW intended?
Under the (huge) bonnet presents very well and reflects the care this car has had throughout its life. The original BMW stickers are present and it is ready to show should you wish. This car comes with 3 sets of keys including the master key. If you are in the market for a now 21 year old convertible that stands out from the rest this could well the car for you. We think a sound investment and a very usable modern classic. A very reasonable to run car that needs nothing - just jump in and enjoy. Take a look at the clip below - we have to agree with it all.
£1995 - now available
1983 Mercedes 280 SL R107 - New MOT and ready to go
This 1983 Mercedes 280SL R107 6 cylinder has been with its current owner for the last seven years although in that time it has passed to his business partner and back again. Our client, the current owner, is the director of our local golf club. We was talking classic cars at the 19th hole when he mentioned this car may be available for sale.
It has been stored for some time and therefore we have now revived it from its slumber. It has had a service of oil, plugs and filters and been checked over by our mechanic before being presented for its MOT which it passed with one advisory of a slight blow in the centre exhaust. It has also had a machine polish and been under sealed.
Finished in black and in overall good condition this classic R107 has come up rather well. A recorded 114k is very low mileage for the renown Mercedes six cylinder and indeed it has only covered 1100 miles since 2006.
It drives well for a 36 year old Mercedes of this era and wafts along the road. The auto gearbox and brakes are good and the interior presents well with a little wear on the drivers seat. IT starts on the button. The dashboard is very good with one slight crack toward the window but it is hard to see. The cruise control does not currently operate and although the blower fans do work we have removed the fuse as they will not turn on and off from the dial switch - this may be due to the length of storage.
It comes with both the hard top and soft top. They are in excellent order and only today has the soft top been awoken which is in good order but does have some slight seem wear at the very top. The plastic windows are sound and clear. The key to operate the roof is also present.
Sadly there is no paperwork other than our receipts and the logbook with the car. The Gold Car Check shows no issues with the car and it used to wear the number plate SXH 1 which can only be a sign of a fastidious owner. It has had 9 previous owners. Recent work also includes brakes, fuel pump, tyres and welding to the sills which has been done correctly. It also has a new battery.
These Mercedes are rising in value and finding one that needs a little work to make perfect is a good way into ownership. It is solid underneath so it is all cosmetic work to do should you require it. The rear wing tops are solid but do have some 'orange peeling' on the paint and there are a few marks here and there in the paint. It looks largely original but has had some paint on the front nearside wing at some point. It has no recorded or obvious accident damage. The car check certificate comes with the car. The door lock on the drivers side is not working but there are 3 keys with the car.
If you are in the market for an SL with more reasonable MPG than a 500 It is well worth a look as these car are becoming rare and it is ready to use but could be improved as required.
A sure fire investment here - the Pagoda models of only 15 years earlier are heading towards three figures. They really do not make them like this anymore.
£8250 - now available.
Triumph TR4 A - Ready to enjoy - Stunning Example -only 40k miles from new - restored and comes with a detailed history.
The original Owner’s Handbook claims that “Success, the aspiration of all human pursuits, has, in the world of motor sport, become synonymous with the name of Triumph … the TR4A combines new developments with the well proven rally tested features of its predecessors”.
Maintenance records from the first four owners did not survive, but I know what has happened all the way back to September 1986. Owner Five spent some £312 on parts + labour for maintenance before selling it to Owner Six in summer 1987 for £1,900. He promptly bought a new radiator, speedo and black canvas Surrey Top and had the trunnions/shocks and the exhaust done over 1987- 88. However, it obviously needed more work, for the car was laid up from May 1988 onwards.
By July 1991 Owner Six had saved up “about £4,000 to spend on the car … to get it into good condition”. Evidently dismayed at the £11.5k estimate for full refurbishment in July 1991, he hesitated for nearly 9 months as to whether to sell it but then valiantly proceeded with the work by Peter Marks of Classic Car Restoration Repairs in Andover, Hampshire.
The full chassis and body restoration, brakes, electrics, the Surrey Top and various parts and materials consumed nearly £18k in total by 1993, with the main works occurring between May 1992 and October 1993. It may have been repainted from black to (the current) blue during this restoration. The dashboard was reconditioned for £103 in November 1992 at which point Owner Six proudly applied for membership of the TR Register and obtained insurance on an £8,000 “Agreed Value” basis.
A few remedial repairs were needed in May 1993 to finally get it back into roadworthy condition and obtain a new MOT. A year later, it still had just 4,427 miles on the clock but Owner Six’s motoring enthusiasm had obviously been rekindled, for the mileage slowly climbed to 18,423 miles over the decade to June 2003. The seats and headrests were replaced in July 1999 for £625 and a replacement windscreen was required after stone damage in June 2000. Coopercraft in Broadclyst, Exeter handled all servicing subsequent to the Peter Marks restoration.
Owner Seven made his wise purchase for £11,995 in May 2004 when 19,800 miles were showing on the odometer. Apart from having the suspension stripped and updated in Feb 2005 for £2,585 by Revington TR in Somerset, and a minor respray of the boot section just behind the Surrey Top in “Bonny Blue”, Owner Seven had little by way of repairs to do. He filed a SORN from July 2007 to June 2008 but otherwise used it continuously in dry weather only for the next 13 years, managing to avoid the rain for all bar 20 minutes of that time. He only used the one mechanic for servicing and MOTs through that whole period and kept it fussily in his air conditioned (!) garage in Devon. I bought it from him in November 2017 by which time it had done 40,246 miles and had it trucked to Frinton-on-Sea. I have logged just under 500 miles since purchase, around the back lanes in Essex. The car has just had its MOT and a full service done, the headlight wiring updated, and I have replaced the horns (TR Shop, Chiswick) in preparation for its reluctant sale. It remains mechanically excellent. Bodily, the paintwork has a few scuffs and scratches as shown in the pictures but nothing significant and there is a little bit of rust inside the bonnet behind the wheel arch. Given the quality of the car, first to see will buy.
More pictures to follow. This car is being advertised using our 'list with us' service and is available directly with the seller on the details below.
Viewings by appointment only (Frinton-on-Sea, Essex C013). Tel: 07884117056
Now available £21450
Late 1976 MG Midget 1500 - Restored and stunning throughout - New MOT - Checked and ready to go!
Welcome to the sale of this late 76 (30th December 1976) MG Midget 1500. This great little car has it all: excellent paint, excellent interior, excellent underneath and excellent under the bonnet and in the boot.
Residing with the last owner since 1995 (it was a present for the ladies 50th birthday) this car has done less than 5k miles since and only used in the dry and then put back in its heated garage. It is currently showing 82400 miles and the MOT history reflects 79574 in 1997.
When purchased in the late 90s it was sent to be restored to original specification. The extensive (20+) photo record shows that the car was stripped to a shell and completely rebuilt from the bare shell up. No expense was spared to make this the lucky ladies' dream car. She has used it only in the dry since and cherished it. She has only sold it because she can longer drive. At a cost for the bodywork alone at £2400 in 1990s prices this car represents great value for money.
Finihed in 2k Brooklands Green (as original) it is ready to show, It has just been serviced and has a years MOT with no advisories. It has four new quality tyres and the hood is as new. It was only put up in the winter whilst the car was stored. The interior is also stunning, The seats have been finished in black and the carpets present very well.
The resin bumpers are in excellent order. If you wanted to take a project to this level it would surely cost more than the asking price just for the work - that is without buying the car in the first place.
This MG drives as you would expect for a car of this level and the engine sounds very good indeed. With all the bills back to the 90s and photos of work carried out you can be sure that this investment will last for many years to come. These later edition cars are gaining a sound following and with the 1500 cc 4 cylinder they move along very well.
This car is tax and MOT free (but has an MOT for peace of mind).
1968 MG Midget - 2 previous owners - last owner for 22 years - completely rebuilt 4000 miles ago - has to be one of the best available anywhere - has won numerous owners club awards
Welcome to the sale of this 2 previous owner 71000 miles from new fully rebuilt 1968 MG Midget. This is an outstanding car that took three years to rebuild to original specification.
No expense has been spared and all the detailing is correct. It even has the original dealer tag which of course matches the engine and chassis. This car was purchased 22 years ago by the current owner. It was purchased from a family member who owned the car from the 1970s.
The current owner kept a photographic record of the restoration work (which is available to view and of course comes with the car) and it demonstrates the extent of work carried out. The car was taken back to a bare shell and anything that needed replacing with original parts was replaced and anything that could be stripped and cleaned was completed. It was very important to the owner that the car remained as original as possible and to that extent this is why this car stands out form the rest. The detailing in the engine bay is outstanding as are the door shuts, boot, underneath and interior.
This Midget has a current clear MOT until July 2020 even though it is exempt and it starts on the button. It has never had an advisory since its rebuild back in 2000 - 2003. The engine was rebuilt and an unleaded head added along with copper brake lines in the name of safety. Everything else is standard as per the 1968 design. This car has won numerous awards at both local car shows and through the MG Owners Club. The cups and rosettes are available to the new owner if required.
The underneath of this car is as good as the top. It has never been out in the rain. The 2 pack paint is in the original colour and has been very well done. The wings and doors were replaced during the restoration with top quality parts and the bonnet and boot are original to the car. The interior is in excellent order with the addition of inertia seat belts making this a usable car with safety in mind.
The original lap belts can be purchased should a new owner wish. The hood is as new and is only folded up in the winter whilst in storage to stop any sagging. It comes with a tonneau cover as well. The tool kit is complete. The owners handbooks are present.
This MG is an investment level car that has to be viewed to be believed. It has been used very sparingly since the rebuild - covering only 4000 miles in the last 15 years. It has been regularly serviced throughout this time and is an amazing piece of British motoring history.
We believe this car is one of the best on the market - it is not far from a concourse entry and it would cost at least 15k to rebuild one - not even including the time and effort - to this level. If you are in the market for a near perfect car that will stand out at any show and never lose any of your investment then this could be the one for you.
Our client is motivated to sell to the right person but having owned the car for so long is keen to wait for the right buyer. Viewings are available by appointment.
Type 2 1975 VW Camper LHD subject to a 40k + engineering challenge - a unique combination of transport ready to go. Offers around 24500 will secure.
With popularity of the new VW Transporter vans being used as everyday transport this vehicle makes sense - classic style engineered for today's roads and an investment that can only increase in value.
This VW is ready to tour and travel anywhere in style. The van has been subject to a full restoration 8 years ago so is very solid throughout and has been upgraded with captains chairs both to the front and rear. It started life as a transporter. It is LHD and was registered in the UK in the early 90s.
The cabin is in excellent condition with bespoke door trims and seats finished in leather. The dashboard has been restored and is also in excellent order. In October 2016 engine was upgraded to a water cooled Subaru 2l engine with 115hp (taken from a Subaru Legacy). The engine and gearbox conversion was completed by TSR (http://www.tsrengineconversions.co.uk) and of course all the receipts are available.This conversion cost nearly 10k and the van has covered less than 28k since ( Current total mileage on dashboard showing 332000 and the engine was converted at 285000 )It cruises happily at 70 mph with the trailer attached - there are not many VW vans that can....
Our client selling this vehicle has an extensive history in VW engineering and has built three others over the years. Our client used this vehicle in shopping centres to promote and sell his art work but now works online so the van and trailer combination needs a new home,
The graphics can easily be removed (and your own design applied if you wish) and it has an MOT until July 2020. There are a few areas that need to be addressed ( bottom of passenger and the sliding door ) to make it mint but as with all classic vehicles it is best viewed. Our client is open to negotiation.
This can be used as it or it could converted and presents a unique retail opportunity should you wish to use it for the myriad of VW meets throughout the season - perhaps a coffee or beer bar? The pop up on the trailer offers plenty of space for standing and the van has a fitted side awning so you could even use it at an event in the rain.
The trailer is a one off construction made from a VW Bay Window 1978 and built on a professional chassis. It is trimmed to an excellent standard and comfortably sleeps 3 whilst the van would sleep another 2. Again, there are not many 4 berth VW vans around. There is also an awning to the side of the lead vehicle which makes for a very useful space on site, The total weight of the trailer is 800kg. It has an Aluminium Chassis designed and made by the bus factory Solaris. It has an Alko tow-bar and Knott brakes were new when fitted in 2012
Inside the trailer is a double bed ( 165cm wide ) in the rear and single ( 60cm wide ) bed/seat. The front section has a loading compartment with the 2.5” oak tabletop with enough space to fit a small round sink or the gas cooker. There is lots of storage underneath the beds and additional space in the engine compartment which means you can pack for four in comfort.
There is also small car battery with an intelligent charger inside the trailer for lights and sockets etc. The trailer has an original Devon full length side elevating roof which is very handy and makes the inside space totally usable. This trailer also has a Bluetooth hands free telephone connection - parrot MKi 920 and genuine black&white leather interior. The vehicle has two full size spare wheels.
This unique vehicle is ready for a new owner and ready to use. The MOT is until July 2020 and any issues have been addressed so you have peace of mind in your travels. The history with this imported van is extensive and all of the conversion work has been carried out by a well established conversion firm.
The vehicle is located near Stansted Airport, Essex.
We can assist with delivery at cost.
Vehicle sale currently on hold until February
Yellow 1978 MG Midget - 4 owners - 50k - FSH
This October 1979 MG Midget has only 4 owners from new. It has an extensive service history all the way back to the early 1980's that back up the mileage which is now 50800.
The last change of owner was in 2002 when the car had extensive work carried out - it was then dry stored for the next 15 years! When we bought it we went through the car and changed the fuel lines and pump, front calipers and pads and put it in for an MOT which it passed with no advisories.
The interior is in excellent condition with a working period radio. Underneath this car is very solid indeed as it is in the inner wings and the usual places these rust. The A pillars and joins in top of the wings are solid. The only places this car could be improved is at the bottom of the doors which as the pictures show has a few little bubbles.
This is a car that you can drive right away and be confident of no issues and improve over time if you wanted to.
It has a full stainless steel exhaust with the rear muffler deleted so really sounds the part of a classic MG and with a one inch lowered suspension it handles very well indeed.
There are bills for a clutch in 1999 which may seem a long while ago but it has covered less than 5000 miles since. There is a spare wheel and original jack and wheel brace. There are bills for everything that this car has ever had done.
The hood, whilst intact, does have some holes in the rear quarters and is a little faded. It can be replaced and these are around £400 fitted. We can arrange a new hood if required for the additional cost of the hood and fitting.
This is a great little car with a good history that is ready to go. It will be tax free in a few weeks and it has an MOT until next September. It of qualifies for classic insurance.
If you are looking for a good example of the MG Midget which you could tinker with and improve then this may well be the one for you. Come and have drive - we promise you will like it!
We want you to be delighted with your classic car - we search far and wide to bring you honest examples of cars and we will always point out any issues to viewers. All of our vehicles have a comprehensive mechanical and bodywork check provided by us before sale. We also provide a full gold report through Total Car Check. A certificate is issued with each car upon purchase and is available for inspection to ensure your peace of mind.
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We are based in Great Dunmow, Essex. We are ten minutes from Stansted airport and an hour from central London by train.
We offer a first class service where our clients are encouraged to fully inspect the vehicles at their leisure.
Our mission is to provide excellent and affordable examples of classic cars from the 1930's to the 1980's.
Pick up and delivery can be arranged. Viewing by appointment only.