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Pendine

The Blast House, Bicester Heritage, Buckingham Road Oxfordshire

OX27 8AL

Pendine

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The XK150, the final model in the XK range that spanned twelve years, was by far the most comfortable, and competent, touring sports Jaguar. This is one of only 44 RHD, 3.4S Roadsters built, making it one of the most desirable of the XK range. Built in August of 1959 for Major A Lazurus, it was supplied through Weybridge ...

21 Feb 2024
Oxfordshire

First registered February 1951, JTM 213 is an original home market XK120 Roadster that lived its early life as a standard road car until the late 1960s. At this time JTM 213 underwent a transformation for racing purposes, boasting an active competition career from the late 1960s through to the late 1970s. This was often ...

16 Feb 2024
Oxfordshire

In 1958 Triumph made the decision to return to Le Mans, the aim being to compete only one season later. The Competition department set out to create an entirely new car that externally resembled the production TR3. They were, however, fundamentally different cars; a 6inch longer wheel base, fibreglass panels, all-round ...

9 Feb 2024
Oxfordshire

This Series 3 DB4 was supplied new to Peter Butler of Kirkstall Forge Engineering in March 1961, registered PB 3681. Finished in Green over Red Connolly leather, it’s clear Mr Butler was an enthusiastic driver of his new Aston, covering 1,156 miles in the first 9 days! The mileage clocked up quickly during the following ...

26 Jan 2024
Oxfordshire

If you’re looking for a super-original, low mileage Austin Healey, then look away now. If you’re looking for a Healey with a great history, ready to – quite literally – take on the world, then have we got the perfect car for you. BSL 621, affectionally known as ‘Basil’, is almost certainly the world’s ...

22 Jan 2024
Oxfordshire

Finished in Bright Metallic Blue with black upholstery, AE 49 was the 28th Ace to roll off the Thames Ditton production line, completed on the 18th May 1955. Registered just a few days later on the 26th May to the Fishponds Motor Company, Bristol with the registration number UHY 577,for use by Mr A Thompson. It changed ...

18 Jan 2024
Oxfordshire

- Built as a fast road & events car - Previous Tour auto competitor - Numerous upgrades including disc brakes, 5 speed gearbox, large carburettors and a Le Mans style filler cap. - FIVA document - Perfect for international rallies An original, home Market Drop Head Coupe that was supplied through Henlys of Manchester ...

17 Jan 2024
Oxfordshire

Rightly regarded as one of the all-time great sports cars, the AC Cobra captures the hearts and imagination of any petrolhead. A true icon, recognisable to anyone. There have always been differing American and British views as to who should claim ownership of the Cobra; American’s tend to believe that AC?Cars, Ltd. ...

1 Jan 2024
Oxfordshire

. Driven by many of the great drivers of the period including Aaltonen, Hopkirk and Makinen, the Mini Cooper was a true game changer; its size was deceptive and the boys from Abingdon developed it into the most successful works rally car of the 1960s. From Hopkirk’s unexpected victory on the 1964 Monte, the Cooper ...

15 Aug 2017
Oxfordshire

Introduced in 1953, the Le Mans Coupe was the first closed production car from Frazer Nash.  In essence a Targa Florio with a hard top, the coupe used the new parallel-tube chassis frame, wrapped in a striking alloy body. Independent front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering and torsion bar rear suspension, the engine ...

2 Aug 2017
Oxfordshire