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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Introduced in October 1967, the MGC was the first ‘high performance’ version of the MGB, using a BMC C series, 6-cylinder engine of 2912cc, developed from that used in the Austin Healey 3000 and Austin Westminster. The MGC was not simply a tuned MGB however, it was a considerably re-engineered car, with new torsion ...

23 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

Introduced in January 1969, the Triumph TR6 was essentially a facelift version of the earlier TR5 model completed by German coachbuilder Karmann, which added a squared-off nose and tail, giving the car a more contemporary appearance. Underneath the revised body it was much the same as the TR5 with a separate chassis and ...

18 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The Bentley Brooklands was introduced in 1992 by parent Rolls-Royce as part of a rationalization of the pre-existing Bentley range, replacing two earlier models. Whilst still very much a full-size luxury saloon, it had a performance edge with a sports suspension setup and adaptive damping control, albeit the 6.75-litre ...

78,000
18 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The Swallow Doretti was the only car built by Swallow Coachbuilding Company (1935) Ltd – at the time, a subsidiary of the Tube Investments Group – and was only made between 1954 and 1955. It was intended for export to the U.S. market, to provide a more refined two-seater British sports car than was available there ...

17 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

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 ...

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16 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The "Little Mouse" (as Topolino translates in English) was produced between 1936 and 1955 and approximately 520,000 were made. This 1937 RHD Sunroof Saloon (full length sunroof) was exported to Jersey in 2003 by a prominent car collector, as a starter pre-war car for his sons. Receipts show engine work and paintwork ...

41,654
16 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The Maserati 3200 GT was announced in July 1998 and deliveries commenced in 1999. The luxury four-seater grand tourer was designed by Italdesign and powered by a twin-turbocharged, 32-valve, double overhead cam 3.2-litre V8 engine, producing a claimed 365 bhp @6,250 rpm. In the manual version, driving through a 6-speed ...

26,829
15 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The Porsche 924S represented a significant technical enhancement to the 924 model line, with a detuned 2.5-litre engine from the Porsche 944 producing 148bhp, together with other elements from the 944 - brake system; chassis components (giving improved handling), as well as parts of the interior. This 1986 vehicle ...

86,558
9 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

The Ford Pilot was the first large post-War British Ford and was manufactured at Dagenham between 1947 and 1951. Of these 21,487 luxury saloons built, most were fitted with a generously powered 3622cc side-valve V8 engine, claiming over 80bhp. This particular car was first registered in July 1950. The car was exported ...

50,000
8 Sep 2022
Channel Islands

Supplied new to the current owner by the Jaguar dealership in Jersey, Ruette Braye. The car has changed hands several times since and then been bought back by its original owner in May 2019. The car is showing 57,000 miles which is reasonable for an island motor car of this age. The service history is quite routine ...

57,000
4 Sep 2022
Channel Islands