Although built at Dagenham in 1951 as a left-hand drive model, it has always resided in Britain. Its current owner, Brian Sawdon, bought it at auction.
"It didn't look too bad but a huge amount of mechanical work was needed," Sawdon told CCfS.
"I've had the seat material and carpeting renewed by one of the West Country's best upholsterers and now it looks like new.
I've always loved Woodies and had an Alvis TA14 before this," Bryan added. "I'm only selling this one because I've discovered a very special Woodie in the United States."
The Pilot comes complete with its original registration, PHT 937,
and 3.6-litre Ford V8 engine. In addition, its ash frame is said to be structurally sound. The car has appeared on the cover of Colin Peck's book, The British Woodies.