Happy 2017 to all our followers…
We opened the workshop again on Tuesday 3rd January with a full diary for the week and well into thenext weeks, two new staff members and a red hot telephone….!
It was great to be back… 🙂
2017 may be the year you are looking to buy your first classic car, or perhaps change the one you have… Whilst we don’t buy and sell cars, we are always hearing of cars becoming available….
We currently know of…:
Mk1 Mini Deluxe 1966 in Blue, fully restored (over 17 years…!) and RWC’d. Full Cooper S 1275 engine and running gear. No expense spared on this superb car.
MG Midget 1275 cc. 1969 car in British Racing Green, recently re-commissioned and RWC’d. Full ‘matching numbers’ car with “Heritage Certificate’ to verify. Perfect ‘first classic’ sports car.
MG Midget 1275 cc. 1967 car in White. This car has been dry stored for the last 16 years after only having had two lady owners previously and is perfect for light restoration. Runs and drives with excellent engine and transmission. Fitted with roll over bar and many ‘Factory’ extras. ‘Full ‘matching numbers’ car. An excellent easy restoration project.
Jaguar Mk10 4.2. Circa 1965 car in White. This car has had a LOT of work carried out mechanically recently. A two owner car that has been carefully stored for more years than it has been driven. A superb opportunity to own one of Jaguar’s ‘flagship’ vehicles… Little work required to complete this car, all the hard work is done.
MGB Roadster, 1969 (in my opinion, the best year they were made) in British Racing Green. This car has just completed a total restoration and can only be described as superb. First serious buyer will not hesitate…
MGB Roadster, 1970 (face-lift model). An every day usable car in Orange (a very 1970’s colour). This car is in what would be described as ‘used’ condition. The owner is looking for a quick sale and will offer the car at an attractive price for the genuine enthusiast.. An excellent entry level classic.
MGB Roadster, 1979 in British Racing Green. Later ‘rubber bumper’ model. This car is used on a very regular basis and has been maintained regardless of costs. An honest car showing it’s age and not hiding any faults.
MGBGT, 1972 in Damask Red. A well loved and maintained GT car that has been used on a daily basis for the duration of the present owner’s tenure.. Fitted with Air Conditioning, Handling Kit, lightly tinted windows and maintained regardless of costs.
Morgan 4/4, 1968 in Red. Ford 1600 GT engine. Long term owner / enthusiast. In good all round condition, very usable, fun desirable car.
Morris Minor 4 Door, 1954 in Blue. Fitted with 1098cc Sprite engine and Datsun 5 speed gearbox… Great driver and very capable little car. Lady owned for the last 10 plus years, pressure of work dictates recent lack of time to enjoy and use the car… She’d like her pride and joy enjoyed so offers it for sale.
MGF, 1998 model in British Racing Green metallic. This car is in lovely condition with much money spent over the last couple of years to bring it up to the superb standard that it is… Fresh RWC.
TVR Chimera 5.0Litre A very rare car here in Australia…! This TVR is as you would expect, a very stylish road rocket with oodles of power and no weight… These don’t come up for sale very often and it is a car that is already a ‘Classic’…
MGA Mk1 Restoration project (Ex UK car).
Austin Healey Sprite Mk1 (Bugeye / Frogeye) Dry stored circa 30 years, restoration project.
Mini Moke restoration project. 2 to choose from.
For further details and contact information for any of the above vehicles, please contact Mark at the Classic Car Clinic, 07 5529 1876
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Happy 2017 to all our followers…