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 Lister brand was revived in 1986 by new owner Laurence Pearce who, soon afterwards, started building heavily modified versions of the Jaguar XJ-S. Whilst some of these were conversions of stock V12-engined XJ-S models, the Lister Le Mans was sold as a new car and, although still based on the XJ-S, it is 4 inches wider ...

10,273
14 May 2024
Channel Islands

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 with the ...

12 May 2024
Jersey

The Lancia Fulvia was first shown at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show – the name following the Lancia tradition of referencing historic Roman roads (in this case the Via Fulvia, which runs from Tortona to Turin). The Fulvia was a new front wheel drive design, with independent front suspension using wishbones and a single ...

10 May 2024
Jersey

The BMW 700 is a small rear-engined car which was produced by BMW in various models from August 1959 to November 1965. The coupe and saloon versions of the 700 were shown at the 1959 Frankfurt Motor Show. After the show, BMW received 25,000 orders for 700s. Production of the BMW 700 Coupe began in August 1959, with the ...

58,000
8 May 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 with the ...

8 May 2024
Channel Islands

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 with the ...

74,300
7 May 2024
Jersey

The Mercedes-Benz W111 series was introduced in 1959, replacing the Ponton-series cars, with the W111 chassis code given to its range-topping vehicles. The series earned the nickname 'Heckflosse' or 'Fintail', because of the distinctive appearance of the rear quarter design, considered radical for Mercedes at the time. ...

56,430
6 May 2024
Jersey

First exhibited as a sports coupé concept car by design house Ghia at the Turin Motor show in 1960, the design was picked up by Fiat for production, making use of the then new Fiat 2300 saloon as a source platform, becoming available to the public – as the Fiat 2300 Coupé - in 1962. The new Coupé used the floorpan ...

4 May 2024
Jersey

The DB2 was the first Aston Martin produced after David Brown purchased both Aston Martin and Lagonda companies in 1947 – creating Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. The Lagonda 2.6 litre, dual overhead cam, straight-six engine was the principle gain from one half of this merger, which Brown used to replace the smaller, less ...

4 May 2024
Jersey

The Wilks brothers (Spencer & Maurice) started their careers with Rover at the beginning of the 1930s and had considerable influence in revising the range of cars offered by the company. The P1 designated models first appeared in 1933 with the Rover 10 (1389 cc, 4 cylinders), Rover 12 (1496 cc, 4 cylinders) and Rover 14 ...

3 May 2024
Channel Islands

Following the purchase of Daimler by Jaguar in 1960, there was some pressure to produce a smaller saloon car to complement the larger Daimler Majestic model. The simple and cost-effective solution arrived at was to transplant the Daimler 2.5 litre V8 engine (as fitted to the SP250 sports car) into the existing Jaguar Mk2 ...

46,459
3 May 2024
Channel Islands