Car & Classic Dealer

Adam Sykes & Co.

The Showroom, Appleton Autodrome, Swineyard Lane, High Legh, Cheshire

WA16 0SD

Adam Sykes & Co.

(1 advert)

This stunning MGA has a comprehensive history and has been fully restored and enhanced by marque specialists. Like most of the Twin Cams built it was shipped to the US when new. Leading MGA specialist Bob West repatriated the car in 1990 and it remained in unrestored condition until acquired by Mark Hester (the chairman ...

3,198
18 Apr 2024
Cheshire

Having established himself as a serious automobile manufacturer with the Mangusta coupé, Alejandro De Tomaso commissioned Lamborghini designer Gianpaolo Dallara to produce the chassis for his new mid-engined supercar, the Pantera. Dallara opted for unitary construction for the steel chassis/body – abandoning the Mangusta’s ...

44,000
16 Apr 2024
Cheshire

The Imperial was, for decades, the crowning achievement in Chrysler’s offerings. The top-of-the-line Chrysler rivalled Cadillac, Lincoln, and even Deusenburg by pushing the limits of luxury and speed throughout its decades of production. The sixth generation Imperial, introduced in 1949, was based on the Chrysler New ...

43,000
12 Apr 2024
Cheshire

Donald Healey’s eponymous company built a prototype two-seater sports car for display at the 1952 London Motor Show. It was based on Austin A90 Atlantic mechanicals and sported a sleek body designed by Gerry Coker and built by Tickford. It was dubbed the ‘Healey Hundred’ and Healey planned to build production versions ...

9 Apr 2024
Cheshire

The Elva Mk 7 was a direct competitor for the Lotus 23B but was produced in much smaller numbers, with only 29 cars being produced by the factory. Despite being outnumbered the Mk 7 scored many successes in the UK and USA. Chassis number 70/027 is a well-known and very competitive example which is eligible for several ...

9 Apr 2024
Cheshire

The B38 was Chevron’s highly successful F3 car for the 1977 season. Built in large numbers the model scored success all over Europe and carried Derek Daly to the British Championship in the face of very strong competition from both Ralt and March. Originally driven by John Lewis, with subsequent owners including Helen ...

9 Apr 2024
Cheshire

The B35 was one of a series of highly successful designs from the Bolton concern, and was raced by some motorsport legends in period, including Rosberg, Tambay, Lafitte and Mass, to name but a few. The model is still sought after today as a very competitive proposition for Historic F2. Chassis number 35.76.04 was originally ...

7 Apr 2024
Cheshire

This well known and very well developed A35 has competed in Masters and HRDC events and had many outright wins, class wins and driver of the day awards in the hands of Mike and Matt Wrigley. It has also previously been invited to Goodwood. Built by specialists, using a fully dipped and bare shell, de-seamed at the ...

31 Mar 2024
Cheshire

Donald Healey’s eponymous company built a prototype two-seater sports car for display at the 1952 London Motor Show. It was based on Austin A90 Atlantic mechanicals and sported a notably sleek body designed by Gerry Coker and built by Tickford. It was dubbed the ‘Healey Hundred’ (a moniker chosen to reflect the car’s ...

12,213
30 Mar 2024
Cheshire

The Chevron B23 was the final version of the highly successful B19/21/23 design concept. One of the last B23s built, chassis number B23-73-23 spent most of its life in Italy and France, and much of this time in storage, before being repatriated by Chevron Heritage and totally rebuilt by marque specialists Red Rose Racing. ...

30 Mar 2024
Cheshire

Formerly ‘The Super Skoda’, raced extensively by Tony Sugden For 1975, March finally put a real effort into their sports car, no doubt impressed by the sales figures of the earlier iterations. The work focused on the car’s poor aerodynamics and an all-new body was developed in the MIRA wind tunnel. Gone were the ...

29 Mar 2024
Cheshire

This original factory Abarth is a rare find and should not be confused with the recreations that occasionally come to market. It has the correct Abarth number stamped into its body and ABA engine number stamped into the block, together with factory documentation confirming its identity. The previous owner was a leading ...

29 Mar 2024
Cheshire

The PRH9 was Elden’s first F3 car. Launched at the 1972 Racing Car Show and featuring a plated spaceframe chassis clothed in conventional ‘shark nosed’ bodywork. It was tested extensively but only raced twice that year, driven by Mike Catlow. The factory then updated the car to PRH12 specification for the 1973 season, ...

28 Mar 2024
Cheshire

This immaculate Jaguar has been one of the most successful racing E-Types for the past decade. Originally built to full FIA semi-lightweight specification by OC Racing in 2013, using a new monocoque and all new parts, the E has been updated and developed ever since and has an impressive specification, including: • ...

28 Mar 2024
Cheshire