Car & Classic Dealer

Le Riche Automobile Restorers (CI) Ltd.

Unit 10, Springside, Rue de la Monnaie, Trinity, Jersey CI

JE3 5DG

Le Riche Automobile Restorers (CI) Ltd.

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The Jaguar 420 (and its Daimler Sovereign equivalent) were introduced in 1966 and produced for only two years, with just over 10,000 made. It was developed from the earlier Jaguar S-Type, retaining its sophisticated independent rear suspension, but fitted with the larger 4.2-litre XK engine and given a modest re-style, ...

83,424
19 Feb 2024
Jersey

The Mercedes-Benz R107 series sports cars were produced between 1971 and 1989, when replaced by the R129 series SL-Class, with around 240,000 built during that period. They were offered with a number of different engine options - initially just a V8, then a smaller capacity straight 6 as well. The R107 used the chassis ...

18,724
19 Feb 2024
Jersey

The Austin 16 was produced between 1927 and 1937. In total 5,742 were built in various body styles during its 10 years in production. The later cars (from 1934) have a body-coloured radiator shroud and synchromesh on 3rd and 4th gears. They were capable of 60 mph in their day. More recently used as a wedding car for ...

18 Feb 2024
Jersey

Quite possibly the best known small British sportscar of all time, the MGB was first introduced in 1964 – in Roadster form – and production continued until 1980, by which time over half a million (of all variants) had been produced. The car still has a large following to this day and a good support network through ...

70,485
16 Feb 2024
Jersey

The legendary Citroën DS would always be a hard act to follow, but the new CX model quickly received accolades on its launch at the 1974 Paris Motor Show. The sleek, aerodynamic lines and sharp Kamm-type tail were designed by Robert Opron, bearing some resemblance to the earlier, smaller, GS model. The mechanical specification ...

88,000
16 Feb 2024
Jersey

The Mercedes G-Wagen – or more accurately, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class - was initially developed as a military vehicle, supposedly as a result of a suggestion by the Shah of Iran. Work started in 1972 under a joint agreement between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch of Graz, Austria, with production of a civilian version ...

15 Feb 2024
Jersey

The company co-founded by William Walmsley and William Lyons in 1922, which traded under the name Swallow Sidecar Company, progressively developed into a coachbuilder following its start making stylish sidecars for motorcycles. In May 1927, Swallow announced that it would make a 2-seater body to fit the Austin 7 chassis ...

14 Feb 2024
Jersey

The company co-founded by William Walmsley and William Lyons in 1922, which traded under the name Swallow Sidecar Company, progressively developed into a coachbuilder following its start making stylish sidecars for motorcycles. In May 1927, Swallow announced that it would make a 2-seater body to fit the Austin 7 chassis ...

14 Feb 2024
Jersey

Volkswagen introduced their ‘Type 2’ (the manufacturer’s second model) in 1950 and production ran in Germany until 1979, when the Type 3 model was introduced. Instantly recognizable to this day, they have achieved something of a cult status, given their widespread use during the ’60s and later, often associated ...

14 Feb 2024
Jersey

The MG RV8 was first exhibited at the NEC British Motor Show in October 1992, with the first production models sold in early 1993. Whilst this was 13 years after the last MGB model had been produced, British Motor Heritage were manufacturing new MGB bodyshells to meet demand from the MGB restoration market. The Rover Group ...

13 Feb 2024
Jersey

The introduction of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow in 1965 marked a major departure from its predecessor, the Silver Cloud, being the first model from the company to use unitary construction rather than a separate body and chassis. The more efficient use of space made possible by unitary construction enabled the car to ...

99,455
13 Feb 2024
Jersey