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Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Car Specialist

Hampshire / Sussex

Robin Lawton Vintage & Classic Car Specialist

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Picture of 1929 MG 'M' Type Midget For Sale

1929 MG ‘M’ Type Midget Launched at the 1928 Motor Show, the ‘M’ Type, based on the contemporary Morris Minor, proved an instant success. Powered by the 847cc overhead camshaft engine, but now developing 20 bhp, the new ‘M’ Type was a lively performer, being capable of 65 mph - quite something for ...

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Picture of 1932 MG F1 Magna For Sale

1932 MG F1 Magna In September 1931 MG introduced a new model to sit between the highly successful ‘M’ Type Midget and the 2.5 litre 18/80 model. The newcomer was the ‘Magna’ which was powered by a 1271cc six-cylinder engine being basically the same unit as used in the Wolseley Hornet. The F1 Magna was available ...

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Picture of 1959 Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupe For Sale

1959 Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupe Announced in May 1957 as successor to the XK140, the new XK150 was distinguished from the earlier model by the new one-piece windscreen and revised styling with higher wing lines and a more streamlined overall appearance. Initially only available as a fixed head coupe, a drophead ...

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Picture of 1968 MGC Roadster For Sale

1968 MGC Roadster With just 8,999 examples built between October 1967 and August 1969, with a more or less equal split between Roadsters and GT models, the MGC has never been a particularly common sight on UK roads, as many were destined for overseas. Although looking outwardly similar to its MGB sibling, the MGC ...

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Picture of 1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ four seat Tourer For Sale

1931 Alvis 12/50 TJ Four Seat Tourer - now reserved During 1929, Alvis ceased production of the 12/50 in order to concentrate on the Front Wheel Drive model. However, this did not achieve the anticipated success and the well-established 12/50 was revised and reintroduced in September 1930. Designated ‘TJ’ Series, ...

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Picture of 1937 Riley Kestrel Sprite - The last Works Demonstrator For Sale

1937 Riley Kestrel Sprite – The last Works Demonstrator A truly striking streamlined design, the Riley Kestrel was a sensation when first introduced and still looked modern many years later. The high performance ‘Sprite’ engine was offered as an option for 1936/7 on the Lynx and Kestrel and these models have always ...

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Picture of 1947 Sunbeam Talbot 10 Sports Tourer For Sale

Just arrived at The Garage and previously supplied by us 1947 Sunbeam Talbot 10 Sports Tourer Following on from the Talbot Ten of 1935/6, which was effectively the replacement for the sporting Hillman Aero Minx, for 1938 the Sunbeam Talbot marque came into being and a revised 10 hp range was announced, billed as ...

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Picture of 1953 Riley 2 ½ Litre RMF For Sale

1953 Riley 2½ Litre RMF Although the ‘RM’ Series were products of the Nuffield Organisation, they remained true to the Riley ethos of old, being of high quality with sporting handling, appealing to the enthusiastic motorists of the time. Today, these Rileys benefit from excellent Club backup, with ...

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Picture of 1934 Riley Ulster Imp – ADU 303 For Sale

1934 Riley Ulster Imp – ADU 303 - Extensive Competition History Chassis number: 6025036 This genuine Riley Ulster Imp has a remarkable history, having been campaigned successfully over many years in South Africa. Rarely do competition cars of this period with such impeccable provenance come to market with both ...

Hampshire
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Picture of 1935 MG PB Midget For Sale

1935 MG ‘PB’ Midget The successor to the highly popular J2 Midget came in March 1934 in the form of the ‘P’ Series. This new model boasted a number of improvements over the earlier model, the most important being the stronger 847cc engine with three main bearings, improved Tecalemit lubrication. 12” ...

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Picture of 1937 MG VA Tourer SOLD

1937 MG VA Tourer - Now Reserved The smallest of the MG ‘SVW’ range, the VA, or One and a Half Litre, to give it the full title, was first shown at the 1936 Motor Show. It was effectively the replacement for the previous N Series Magnette and was very much like a scaled down version of the recently introduced ...

Hampshire
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Picture of 1933 Riley Nine Lincock - very rare SOLD

1933 Riley Nine Lincock - very rare A stylish coupe, the Lincock made its debut in October 1932 and was described in the Riley brochure as ‘An intimate car for two; speedy, luxuriously equipped and roomy, it is light to handle and its exceptionally low build ensures safety in all conditions” Priced ...

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Picture of 1933 MG J2 Midget SOLD

1933 MG J2 Midget - Now Reserved When it first appeared in 1932, the MG J2 Midget was to set the pattern for MG’s for many years to come. Rakish and purposeful, with it’s slab-tank and cutaway doors, it is, in many enthusiast’s eyes, the archetypal pre-war MG This MG J2 has enjoyed ...

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Picture of 1930 MG 'M' Type Midget SOLD

1930 MG ‘M’ Type Midget When it made its debut at the 1928 Motor show, the little ‘M’ Type met with instant acclaim. A simple formula, being based on the contemporary Morris Minor, this attractive sports car was to pave the way for a long line of highly regarded models that were to achieve numerous ...

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Picture of 1934 Riley Nine Kestrel SOLD

Arriving soon at The Garage 1934 Riley Nine Kestrel The ‘Aero-line’ styling of the Kestrel was at the forefront of modernity during the Art Deco era and set a trend in motor car design that was to prove both popular and long lasting An excellent example that has undergone an extensive mechanical ...

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Picture of 1936 Riley 12/4 Kestrel Sprite SOLD

Just arrived and now Reserved! 1936 Riley 12/4 Kestrel Sprite With its stunning aero-lined design, the Riley Kestrel certainly cut a dash on the roads in the 1930s and the Sprite engine variant was an exceptional performer being able to outrun many of the contemporary sports cars Fine ...

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Picture of 1958 MGA Roadster – (1950cc Engine & 5 Speed Gear Box) SOLD

1958 MGA Roadster – (1950cc Engine & 5 Speed Gear Box) NOW RESERVED With its curvaceous styling, rugged engine and drivetrain and excellent road manners, it is easy to see why the MGA has endured. Produced from 1955 to 1962, as with previous MGs, the bulk of production went for export, particularly to North America. The ...

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Picture of 1929 Austin Heavy 12/4 Burnham SOLD

1929 Austin Heavy 12/4 Burnham (just arrived and awaiting preparation) For many years the Austin 12/4 has been one of the most familiar cars in the Vintage Car movement. Well built, unfailingly reliable and very pleasant to drive, these cars have always been revered. Survivors benefit from the support of the Vintage ...

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Picture of 1953 Riley 2 ½ litre ‘RMF’ – present ownership for 40 years SOLD

1953 Riley 2 ½ litre ‘RMF’ – present ownership for 40 years When the Riley ‘RM’ Series made its debut in 1945, it was met with great enthusiasm - here was an elegant sporting saloon with up to the minute features such as independent front suspension and rack and pinion steering which remained true to the ...

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Picture of 1937 MG TA ex Lancashire Constabulary SOLD

1937 MG TA - Ex Lancashire Constabulary Supplied new to Lancashire Constabulary on 13th September 1937, this MG TA was one of a number of MGs used by them at that time. It is recorded that the original engine was replaced 3 years later by the police workshops with engine number MPJG 1913, which had been removed ...

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Picture of 1939 MG TA SOLD

Just arrived at The Garage - Reserved 1939 MG TA The MG ‘T’ Series Midget appeared in mid - 1936 as the replacement for the previous ‘P’ Type. A slightly larger car, the new model featured a pushrod engine displacing 1292cc, which developed 48 bhp and gave a maximum speed approaching 80 mph - a very creditable ...

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Picture of 1939 MG VA Tickford Drophead Coupe SOLD

1939 MG VA Tickford Drophead Coupe - Reserved Introduced in 1937, the VA Series - or One and a Half Litre as it was officially known, was to be the replacement for the NB Series Magnette. This new model, powered by a twin carburettor version of the Wolseley 12/48 engine, joined the SA, or Two Litre which had been ...

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Picture of 1926 Singer 10/26 Tourer SOLD

1926 Singer 10/26 Tourer Another of the Coventry manufacturers with their roots in the cycle industry, Singer expanded rapidly and by the late 1920s had 44 acres of factories and employed over 8000 personnel. Their broad range at this period included the ‘Junior’ and ‘10/26’ models - the latter proving ...

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Picture of 1936 Austin Ten Lichfield SOLD

Just arrived at The Garage 1936 Austin Ten Lichfield * A good, sound example of this enduring model * Much money spent during last ownership including a gearbox rebuild * A trip to Switzerland was accomplished a couple of years ago with unfailing reliability as befits an Austin Full ...

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Picture of 1937 Riley 15/6 Kestrel SOLD

1937 Riley 15/6 Kestrel Always a sought-after model, the six light Kestrel is one of those cars that just looks ‘right’ from every angle. Streamlined and elegant, the Kestrel was available in 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder versions. The 15/6 engine was Riley’s last six-cylinder power unit and today, there are ...

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Picture of 1934 MG PA - older restoration SOLD

1934 MG PA Midget The replacement for the highly successful J2 model came in the form of the much improved ‘P’ Type in 1934. New features included a stronger crankshaft - now with three bearings, whilst the chassis was strengthened and the cockpit was slightly roomier. The example presented here is ...

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Picture of 1958 Jaguar MK1 3.4 litre SOLD

1958 Jaguar MK1 3.4 litre Now a comparatively rare sight on the roads, the Jaguar Mk1 saloon has become increasingly sought after during the past few years. Many enthusiasts will have seen these earlier Jaguars in action at the Goodwood Revival where their sporting prowess makes for exciting racing. The Mk1 was a ...

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Picture of 1934 Riley 14/6 Kestrel SOLD

1934 Riley 14/6 Kestrel The Kestrel design was particularly advanced when it made its debut at the 1932 Motor Show. The nascent years of motor car streamlining saw a variety of styles, but the Kestrel was not only one of the first, it was also one of the most stylish and attractive, in keeping with prevailing Art ...

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Picture of 1935 Lagonda Rapier Four Seat Tourer SOLD

1935 Lagonda Rapier Tourer Appearing in 1934, the Rapier was Lagonda’s quality small car aimed at the popular 1100cc sector of the market. Featuring an all-new 1104cc engine with twin overhead camshafts developing an impressive 50 bhp, the new Rapier was available with a variety of coachwork styles, ...

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Picture of 1927 Alvis 12/50 TG Sports Saloon SOLD

1927 Alvis 12/50 TG Sports Saloon A very original example of this delightful vintage sporting saloon This Alvis retains her original coachwork and would appear to be to the same specification as recorded on the original car record showing it to have been despatched from the works on the 8th December 1927 ...

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Picture of 1958 Jensen 541R SOLD

1958 Jensen 541R Making its first appearance at the 1953 London Motor Show, the original Jensen 541 prototype featured an aluminium body, however, this was changed to glass fibre for production models. Before long the new 541 had made a considerable impression on the motoring press, with rave reviews from ‘Autocare’ ...

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Picture of 1954 MG TF - UK RHD Car SOLD

1954 MG TF The final model of the legendary ‘T’ Series MGs, the TF, was launched on 15th October 1953. It featured the TD Mark ll engine and was of far more modern appearance, with a sloping radiator and headlamps faired into the wings. The cooling system was now pressurised, so the traditional external radiator ...

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Picture of 1927 Austin 7 Chummy SOLD

1927 Austin 7 Chummy Rebuilt around 20 years ago with a new body, this 1927 Chummy was returned to the road in 2003. Since then it has only covered around 1700 miles, as the then owner worked abroad much of the time and also had several other cars in his collection. During the last few years the gearbox and rear ...

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Picture of 1949 MG TC - many modifications SOLD

1949 MG TC The MG TC will always be fondly remembered as the last of the true ‘pre-war’ styled MGs and also as the model that America took to its heart, as a large proportion of the 10,000 produced were to head over the Atlantic. Whilst not entirely original, this 1949 example is definitely a car for ...

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