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An original 1937 Austin New Ascot except for the carpets which were renewed with original horse hair in 1981. The car was completely rust proofed and re-sprayed/burnished in 1980. Mechanically and bodily sound and in running condition. The engine was re-bored in 1962 to +30 and has done low mileage since.
Not been used too much over the last few years, recently been garaged, mechanically original, immaculate, hoping to go to an enthusiast.
Cost nearly £20k in parts & labour, engine has all the best bits available, MoT Apr 16, new bucket seats, stainless exhaust manifold
1979 Mini Pickup, runs well, Long MOT needs bodywork and interior
1960 SPEEDEX 750. A 1939 AUSTIN RUBY CONVERSION.
VERY EARLY FLAT NOSE MODEL ONE OF VERY FEW KNOWN TO EXIST.
Auto, full working condition, 1 owner since 800 miles, garaged, Waxoyled, upholstery in excellent condition, some surface rust.
Recent respray to Royal Blue from black, fully serviced & newly upholstered, total cost of original purchase/restore in excess of £14k.
Mini Cooper MkII
Rebuilt engine & gearbox, refurbed bodywork, good chrome, new tyres, a rare fun classic in outstanding condition, MoT'd.
It runs well, has a roll cage and has been lowered slightly. Metal steering wheel and gear stick. Beautiful and sad to see it go.
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