Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Plates and Certificates When mention is made of the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Plates and Certificates in this catalogue it should be borne in mind that the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain does from.
Mr Lee had renowned Aston expert Bill Elwell-Smith carry out a full restoration which was completed in 1995 and was reputed to have cost some 60 000 before the car came into the possession of David Venables.
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Finally an engine leak down test was successfully performed and new oil lines installed to bring the car up to A1 condition.The first major update was the increase in engine capacity from.8.2-litres in October 1964.Sporting Grey bodywork teamed with a Blue leather interior it is accompanied by a host of spares a comprehensive history file old MOT certificates dating back to 1998 as well as current one to April 12 2017.Kept in a heated dehumidified garage the car benefits from both a hood REG NO chassis MG 6963 TC0498 and sidescreens whilst its interesting early history would make it an excellent addition to any MG collection.Total RHD Coupe production amounted to 2 116 cars.69 motor cars 72 1938 austin 12 4 heavy LOW loader taxi 1 OF just 4 known survivors estimate Prompted to enter the London taxicab market in 1929 by a generous order from dealers Mann and Overton Austin soon upset the status quo.The following year the T-bird grew larger in its second generation the 58 Square-bird being the first of the line to adopt unitary construction and offer four seats.Sporting Black bodywork matched to a pleasing mix of Red and Black leather the odometer 71 motor cars 74 1969 jaguar E-type.2 roadster estimate It is understandable that the early flat-floor Series 1 E-Types are the ones making the big money but few would.The floor basic computer courses book bulkhead and tunnel were all fully insulated a new mohair hood supplied and H4 headlamps equipped with halogen bulbs.
The bodywork remained very good but the interior was dirty and badly worn and the mechanical components in a parlous state.
The majority of the work was mechanical and included a total overhaul of the engine.
Power was provided by a dry-sump V8 unit.4-litres and 300bhp - sufficient to sprint the Prancing Horse to 60mph.6 seconds.
It was penned by Englishman Tony Hatter and mechanical updates included more power for the.6-litre flat six engine (272bhp) and a brand new sixspeed manual gearbox.
First registered in November 1964 the tidy automatic transmission example offered was the subject of an extensive restoration in the late 1990s.The vendor presently describes the engine transmission and electrical equipment as excellent the bodywork and interior trim as very good and the paintwork as good.Local engineering firm Paul Gross Ltd of Sai Kung tracked down a number of new components such as disc brakes etc.Adopted as the marque s sole retail model the following year in the wake of a near catastrophic factory fire the two-seater became America s first mass-produced gasoline-powered car.In 2008 the opportunity came up to buy a brand new unused B81G which is the variant of the B81 designed to run on propane or natural gas.The substantial box-section structure in question was powered by a 6230cc OHV V8 engine allied to fourspeed automatic transmission.Parked up in a garden and obscured by a hollybush that also hemmed it into place the The Jaguar s odometer currently shows some 27 992 miles which is believed but not warranted to represent the total covered since its refurbishment was completed.