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 F-Type was launched in 2013 and heralded as "spiritual successor" to the famous E-Type. The Project 7 - named for Jaguar’s 7 Le Mans victories – was initially shown as a single-seater concept car, but then developed for production as a two-seater sports car, based around the F-Type, but as a modern interpretation ...

12,000
18 May 2022
Channel Islands

Sebring International was founded in 1994 and set out to produce a range of open-top sports cars in the style of the classic Austin-Healey 3000, which had been built between 1959 and 1967. The company name derives from the Sebring International Raceway in the USA, where Austin-Healey cars were successfully campaigned. Sebring ...

3,651
16 May 2022
Channel Islands

The Austin 7 AP D Tourer was built in small numbers (approx. 200) for use by the Defence ministry (British Army) due to its light weight and size, slim tyres and good ground clearance (for all terrain use); reliable, quiet engine and gearbox and ability to travel comfortably at 40 mph. It saw various uses including the ...

14 May 2022
Channel Islands

The Aston Martin DB7 was produced between 1994 and 2004, with the V12-engined Vantage model as offered here, appearing in 1999. This luxury grand tourer was produced at a time when Aston Martin was under Ford ownership – who also owned Jaguar at the time – and the car was based on a potential replacement design for ...

16,945
11 May 2022
Channel Islands

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 ...

10 May 2022
Channel Islands

The luxury two-door Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible was produced between 1971 and 1995, and it is believed a little over 3,000 were built. The Corniche was a development of the two-door version of the earlier Silver Shadow made by the Rolls-Royce subsidiary coachbuilder, Mulliner Park Ward. The build of the Corniche was ...

10 May 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 ...

6 May 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
6 May 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 ...

5 May 2022
Channel Islands

Le Riche Automobile Restorers have been retained by the owner, to sell on his behalf the following historic Volkswagen UK supplied historic rally car originally prepared by SBG Sport Limited for the 1990 Shell Gemini Rally Team Introduction In 1989 Volkswagen UK decided to be involved in British Rally Sport, and certainly ...

27 Apr 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
26 Apr 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
25 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

The E55 was built in limited numbers and with its AMG-tuned, supercharged, 5.4 litre V8 engine, mated to a Speedshift 5-speed automatic transmission, this ‘super saloon’ produces a claimed 469bhp with a limited top speed of 155mph. This is a very rapid motorcar, which is invigorating to drive and has a fantastic exhaust ...

55,600
22 Apr 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
22 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

Tour Auto eligible 1965 Fiat Abarth 2300S competition coupe, with competition history having successfully competed in the FIA European series, Nurburgring Oldtimer Grand Prix, and other European events, including most European circuits. Ideal today for historic competition or road touring events. Recently completed ...

18 Apr 2022
Dorset

The Jaguar XJR-S is a very rare and sought-after sporting grand tourer, fitted with an extensively uprated, fuel injected, 6.0-litre V12 unit. The model boasted a claimed power output of 334 bhp, and a potential 160 mph top speed. The car has a subtle bodykit to distinguish it from lesser XJS models, and rides on 16-inch ...

67,421
16 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

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 ...

15 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

In 1927, William Lyons, co-founder of the Swallow Sidecar Company, saw the commercial potential of producing a re-bodied Austin 7. Initially produced as an open 2-seater, followed by a Coupe (adding a hard top) and a 4-seater saloon. The Art Deco designs of the model were finished in a bright two-tone colour scheme and ...

14 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

This robust Austin 18 was purchased by the current owner (a retired garage proprietor) in 1998 for wedding hire purposes. It has been in regular use in Guernsey since that time and properly maintained by the owner. The Austin is powered by a 2510cc side valve straight-six, allied to four-speed manual transmission. It ...

11 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

A Limited Edition Mini Cooper 35, one of some 200 made for the UK market to commemorate the 30th. anniversary of the Mini Cooper wins in the Monte Carlo Rallies. Manufactured to look like the 1960's Cooper S Mini, but with the modern underpinnings of the time. Jersey supplied from new via the local dealership. Mechanically ...

56
10 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

A Jersey registered car from new and owned by a wealthy hotelier for a fair proportion of its later life. It was his pride and joy and he happily lavished considerable amounts of £££'s on the car improving its condition - it was periodically in our restoration workshops having work undertaken. The car was often seen ...

10 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

When the MGA arrived in 1955, it must have come as quite a shock to MG aficionados who had become used to the now dated pre-war look of the company's sports cars. However, taste and styling were moving ahead in the early 1950’s with desirable and attractive cars being available from BMC’s main competitors at Triumph ...

44,500
9 Apr 2022
Channel Islands

Jersey Camper Hire.com offer for hire in the Channel Island of Jersey this delightful classic VW camper from only £160 per day. The Island of Jersey has beautiful scenery, a relaxed atmosphere and mellow pace of life and is an ideal location to unwind, explore, and consume great food and drink. Jersey is only 9 miles ...

31 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

The SS1 was built by the Swallow Sidecar Coachbuilding Company in Coventry and first presented to the public at the 1931 London Motor Show. The six-cylinder sidevalve engine and gearbox which came in 15hp and 20hp variants, was fitted to a chassis designed by William Lyons and supplied exclusively to Swallow by the Standard ...

45
31 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

When the MGA arrived in 1955, it must have come as quite a shock to MG aficionados who had become used to the now dated pre-war look of the company's sports cars. However, taste and styling were moving ahead in the early 1950’s with desirable and attractive cars being available from BMC’s main competitors at Triumph ...

1,913
28 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

As part of Rootes’ project “Apex”, the Hillman Imp was the first model launched in 1963 to rival the BMC Mini which had proved the worth of a small, economical family car four years earlier. Attempting to widen public interest in the model, badge-engineered derivatives such as the up-market Singer Chamois were created ...

22
28 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

The Vanden Plas Princess was a luxury motor car in it day with its plush leather and walnut burr interior and 3 litre straight 6 engine (same engine as in the sports MGC & also very similar to the engine fitted in the Austin Healey 3000). First registered in Somerset as 641 XYD between May & October in 1964, and subsequently ...

86,352
28 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

Jersey car from new, supplied by the island’s main Citroen agent, it has been well looked after during it life. A replacement galvanised chassis is fitted and in excess of £7,000 recently invested in the car, mostly on the bodywork - extensive floor repairs undertaken to the footwell area, plus cosmetic work to ...

56,000
27 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

A UK supplied MG TD from new. Built on the 24th April 1952 registered KTR 111 and it was Clipper Blue from new. There is also a file record showing the car was in the Hampshire area which concurs with the previous owner saying they bought it from a specialist based in the New Forrest in 1993. Subsequently exported to Guernsey ...

25 Mar 2022
Channel Islands

TVR built the Griffith models between 1991 and 2002, with the 500 first appearing in 1993. Using a TVR-developed version of the famous Rover V8 but now, at 5.0 litres, producing a claimed 340 bhp. This, when fitted in the lightweight, fibreglass-bodied sports car gave a claimed top speed of 167mph and 0-60mph time of 4.1 ...

26,116
22 Mar 2022
Channel Islands