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1953 MG TF 1250 Sports.

1953 MG TF 1250 Sports, full professional bare metal respray in 2015 to the highest standards, full new Cream leather interior and carpets. New Mohair hood and side panels, and exceptional car and must be seen.

Price: £24,995

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6.0 W12 AUTO
REGISTERED 01/01/2006 

The Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a luxury saloon produced by Bentley Motors Limited since 2005, and was released since 2006. It is the four-door variant of the Bentley Continental GT coupé. Drivers in the Spur enjoy the same upright driving position as in other Continental derivatives and face the same dashboard, a beautifully sculpted leather and wood covered affair. The two materials are everywhere, from the seats to the centre console to the door trims, and carried off so effortlessly, creating a feeling of luxury simply not present in a similarly-priced Mercedes whose mass market roots are too readily visible.

In the Bentley you’re constantly reminded that you’re piloting a very special car. Life in the front of the Flying Spur is just as charming as it is in the two-door GT with ample space and every possible convenience on offer, plus there’s even more headroom because of the taller roof. It’s even more comfortable if you’re sitting in the back and the Spur’s long wheelbase means there’s masses of legroom. Buyers have the option of choosing a traditional bench rear seat or two individual buckets, each with their own electric adjustment.

The Bentley Continental Flying Spur has a 5,998 cubic centimetres (366.0 cu in) (6.0 litre) twin turbocharged W12 engine, tuned to produce 560 PS (412 kW; 552 bhp) and torque of 650 Nm (479 lb ft) at 1,600–6,100 rpm. It can go 0–100 km/h (0.0–62.1 mph) in 5.2 seconds, and can reach a top speed of 312 km/h (194 mph). It also has Adaptive Air Suspension and Continuous Damping Control.

Black Sapphire Pearl  |  Charcoal hide interior  |  Walnut trim
Fitted lambswool rugs throughout  |  Alarm  |  Alloy wheels  |  Audio remote  |  ABS
Body coloured bumpers  |  CD Multichanger  |  Cruise control  |  Driver`s airbag
Electric driver`s seat  |  Electric mirrors  |  Electric passenger`s seat  |  Electric sunroof
Front electric windows  |  Front fog lights  |  Headlight washers  |  Heated mirrors
Heated seats  |  Height adjustable drivers seat  |  Leather seat trim  |  Lumbar support
Metallic Paint  |  PAS  |  Passenger`s airbag  |  Rear electric windows  |  Remote locking
Sat Nav  |  Side airbags  |  Steering wheel rake adjustment  |  Steering wheel reach adjustment  |  Traction control

Price: £22,295

HSY2 numberplate not included in price. For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact us today.

1997 (R reg)
3.2 Volante 2dr 

Beautifully presented DB7 Volante 6 Cylinder 3. 2 litre Supercharged, with no known faults. Good service history, long MOT. Has just been serviced and new clutch fitted at Aston Main Dealer.

In excellent condition, both inside and out; mechanically spot on and drives beautifully. Blue, 5+ owners. Vehicle registered: 01/11/1997. 50,335 miles.

Manual • 3.2L • Convertible • Petrol • 2 doors

Extra features
These are in addition to what this car typically comes with as standard:
Leather Hood Cover (Volante) Burr Elm Veneer Set

Price: £34,995

REGISTERED 27/04/1995 

The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer which was produced by British luxury automobile manufacturer Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2004. The car was available either as a coupe or a convertible. The prototype was complete by November 1992 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1993; the car was designed by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet.

The six cylinder DB7 was positioned as an original model for the hand-built V8 Virage introduced a few years earlier. This model was the highest produced Aston Martin automobile ever, with more than 7,000 built.

Model: DB7 16  |  Years: 1994–1999  |  Displacement: 3,228cc (197.0 cu in)  |  Gearbox: 5-speed manual, 4-speed Automatic  |  Peak Power: 340PS (250kW; 335hp) at 5,500rpm  |  Peak Torque: 361 lb-ft(489 Nm) at 3,00rpm  |  Top Speed: 266 km/h (165 mph) manual 257 km/h (160 mph) automatic  |  Acceleration time: 0–100 km/h (0-62 mph) 5.7s (manual) 6.9s (automatic) 6.4s (automatic MY97)


Price: £24,995

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1954 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn.

66,500 miles. Late series, Silver Dawn in superb condition, only 761 were produced and its rarity will only ensure an increasing value. Excellent documentation with the car that shows it being supplied from new by H.R Owen Ltd, London, in 1954. In 1976 the car was exported to Colts Neck, New Jersey, by the third owner, a collector of early Bentley’s and remained there until May 2015 before returning to the UK.

I purchased the vehicle at this point and a full professional respray in Shell Grey over Masons Black was completed in December 2015 by an approved Roll Royce Body shop. The interior is in lovely condition finished in Grey hide piped in Black. The underside of the car is in untouched original condition and is a joy to behold. The walnut is all French polished and is in superb condition. On the road, the car drives perfectly and in complete silence with no wallowing which can be experienced in high mileage examples. The original tools and copy of the original build sheet, are all present.

Price: £54,950

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1990 G Jaguar XJS Convertible 5.3 V12.

This fantastic example is in Carmine Red with cream leather interior and lovely burl walnut trim. This car has the wonderful Borg Warner 3 speed automatic gearbox and a pleasure to drive.

Very low mileage and a well-documented service history, which includes 15 inch Cross Spoke Sports alloy wheels and electric hood.

This lovely looking example of a timeless classic must be seen and driven to be appreciated and enjoy the wonderful lines and curves. Great opportunity to own a classic British Sports car at a very competitive price.

Price: £12,950

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1955 Willys Jeep M38A 1.

Readily identifiable thanks to its `round fender’ design, the M38A1 was only made from 1975-1957 but remained in military service until the 1970’s. We purchased the Willys in 2013 for a showroom display, with the intention of fully restoring her, however we decided to leave it, as cosmetically she had a more original look, but now sadly it is time to sell, to make way for new stock.

The previous keeper had the Jeep for 14 years and before that it shows two former keepers on its UK V5C registration document. ‘XVS 627’ has had the benefit of new springs all round and a thorough powerplant overhaul by Engine Services of Sheffield prior to our ownership (which reputedly cost some £1100) the engine runs great and in June this year all brakes were overhauled, fitting new brake cylinders and front shoes. Comes with full canvas top and side curtains. Excellent restoration project. I would describe her as in fair condition for being 64 years old and will only be going up in value, own a part of America History.

Price: £9,750

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1939 Lancia Aprilia 1352cc RHD.

SUPERB CONDITION. Engine fully restored by Omicron Classico, full professional body and interior restoration – excellent history – a true classic beautiful car.

Price: £44,950

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1969 Morris Minor Convertible.

A genuine factory convertible, it was completely restored in 2015 to a very high standard and finished in the best colour combination of Old English White with Red interior. Many new panels fitted, interior is in excellent condition and a new hood was fitted. Engine overhauled, a superb example and must been seen to be appreciated. MOT exempt but would get MOT if purchaser required.

Price: £13,950

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1997 Daimler Double Six Series III V12 6.0ltr Auto.

This 6 litre LWB has only covered 33,000 miles and is finished in BRG with contrasting full Doeskin Leather Interior. Fully prepped by The Jag Workshop.  This car was a special build for Mr Watanabe as an exact copy of HM The Queen’s car, his is minus the hand bag holder. Queen Elizabeth II visited the Browns Lane factory in December 1994, and ordered a British Racing Green X305 Daimler Double Six for her personal use. This was the Queen’s second visit to Jaguar’s Coventry factory since 1956.

Complete with Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Electric Windows/Mirrors, Power Steering, Central Locking, Pioneer Stereo CD and AUX/USB Input, Centre Armrest, Lumbar Support, Headlamp Washers, 16in Alloys. The long wheel base version of the body shell added an extra 6 inches (150 mm) for rear seat occupants and an extra inch of headroom. Only £290 a Year Road Tax, a modern day Appreciating Classic that can be used every day, recent reports show that Classic Cars are one of the leading investment classes, for total peace of mind and confidence, the vehicle is supplied fully Inspected, serviced and 1 Year’s MOT, do not miss this chance to buy a rare car at a very reasonable price.

The vehicle is freshly imported from Japan a country with exceptionally high standards for its MOT equivalent plus the great benefit of being in climate controlled garaging from new. It is very competitive priced against UK models that will have suffered from the rust attracting climate.

In fabulous original condition and looks and drives as you would expect a car with such low mileage. Probably among the best examples available of one of the most iconic saloon cars of its era with the wonderfully silky V12 engine these rare and beautiful cars are a joy to experience. Please come and see the condition of the cars we sell; no exaggeration this car is in spectacular condition; hand-picked, inspected by us prior to purchase, with genuine and verified mileage.

Price: £13,950

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1999 Maserati 3200 GTA Auto.

64,500 miles. This is the original and the best Maserati 3200 GT Twin Turbo model and comes with a comprehensive stack of service history that lists all necessary servicing. Finished in most desirable colour Greigo Touring Silver, blue leather interior and alcantara head lining with only 64,500 miles. Becker sound system and all keys, including the master key available.

Sport Button and Skyhook suspension model, Sport button quickens up the gear change and makes a subtle change to the suspension whilst reducing wallow at high speed. Fantastic condition, this 170 mph plus V8 370 horse-power Maserati has classic Italian styling and performance at a very affordable price.

Price: £11,950

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1961 Daimler Dart SP250 B Spec: Manual.

Complete body off, interior, engine and gear box restoration. New chrome, hood and tonneau cover. An absolute Stunning car and one of the best out there.

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1950 Bentley Mark VI manual.

The coachwork is finished in stunning Tudor over shell grey, red leather, wood and carpets all superb, new tyres, excellent panel fit, well maintained, a delight to drive.

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1948 Riley 2.5 litre RMB.

77,502 miles. Green/Black runner boards. Original Sprung brown leather seats, well maintained with history, sympathetic body respray 2016, keeping the cars originality. Authenticated by The Riley RM Club 31st January 2017. To Avoid confusion, the Grill badge is dark blue which indicates a 1 1/2 litre, however, the car is a RMB 2 1/2 litre which should have a light blue badge fitted. A very usable and ready to go classic. More images available on request.

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1977 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II.

1977 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II finished in Cardinal Red with Tan Connolly Hide interior, immaculate wood and leather Trim.

Air Conditioning, rear picnic tables. Proud to present one of the finest example of an exceptionally well maintained Chauffeur driven and very rare and collectable example.

In excellent condition throughout the car has always been garaged since new and has only had two owners with previous keeper owning for 36 years from 1977—2013.

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1973 VW 1303 Beetle.

Stunning 1973 VW 1303 Beetle finished in Senegal Red with a beautiful and virtually unmarked interior which must be seen to be fully appreciated.

The history file is substantial and includes invoices for many thousands of pounds, with all work having been carried out by VW Beetle specialists.

The car was originally registered in Sunderland at Mills Garage on the 8th October 1973 and remained with the first keeper for its first 30 years, a letter of regret from the original owner of having to sell his pride and joy, due to his age and expressing a desire for the car to go to a good home is included within the documents. The original registration number is retained with DVLA records showing 4 previous keepers, details of whom are set out and included in the history file.

The car was treated to a full professional bare metal paint in its original colour on the 6th August 2015. All the brightwork, lenses and glass are in excellent condition.

This car is a beautiful example and always draws favourable attention wherever it goes but is also an extremely practical and useable vehicle, it is truly a credit to the enthusiastic owners who maintained this car throughout their ownership.

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1960 Alvis TD21 Drophead 3.0 litre Coupe auto.

Finished in Blue with grey leather interior, extensive history file available. Professional body restoration in 2016, chrome work is new including wire wheels.

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1973 Volvo P1800 ES Sports Estate.

Finished in Sea Green Metallic, complimented with contrasting soft tan leather interior. An exceptional example of the rare Volvo 1800 ES, one of only 8,078 vehicles produced.

Registered on the 1st August 1973 and retains its original registration number. Extremely well cared for over the past 43 years, with the last keeper owing it from 1987 to 2016.

A history file that is significant and includes invoices for over £15000 thousand pounds of restoration work from a Volvo main dealer and Specialist Classic Car Restoration company.

In 2007 a Partial Restoration was carried out and a full Professional Respray in August 2016, again by Volvo Franchised Dealer.

A handsome practical and very usable classic which copes easily with modern day traffic thanks to its 2.0 litre fuel injected engine.

Scandinavian sporting machinery at its best which is certain to appreciate financially with historic taxation class, chassis and engine numbers available.

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Tel: 0131 665 3691
3 Salters Road, Wallyford, Edinburgh EH21 8JY