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Here we have our ‘best of the best’ XK120 in gloss black with fabulous contrasting mulberry red trim. Featuring full Guy Broad Broadsport specification and only 100 running in miles.

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Morris Minor 1000 very solid and in original unrestored condition.

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Coming to the market for the first time in 15 years this is the one to own

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The finest Mark II Jaguar we have ever had the pleasure to drive and sell

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An extraordinary car. The Lister Mark I is a very special car indeed.

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Supplied by Attwood’s this late special equipment model has travelled just 21000 miles from new.

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Our 1950 built car is a rare car to come for sale. One of the very earliest XK’s built in right hand drive specification retaining its original chassis and registration number.

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I have always loved the Pagoda Mercedes. The chance came to buy this car and I intended and possibly still do intend to restore and keep it.

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Broadsport 33 is ready to build. World renowned as the ‘best of the best’ the Broadsport Jaguar is simply your one in a lifetime chance to have your XK built as you would want it.

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This XK120 has been restored to a very high standard.

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A rare and magnificent machine

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The drop head coupe is very rare and arguably offers the best balance with open top motoring and a refined cabin.

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Just a brilliant car to drive and own.

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This stunning Carmen red car has been the subject of an exhaustive restoration completed in 2007

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An iconic and timeless vehicle; the MGB roadster is as quintessentially British as Wimbledon and Tea

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We have acquired this lovely original RHD Jaguar XK150 'S' 3.8 Coupe. With period competition history this car is being prepared to go racing once again.

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This car is a very rare example of a correctly restored Post War Jaguar 3.5 Litre Saloon

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A unique chance to own one of the all time greats of motor racing

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This superior example has lived to date in Dubai

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This car is under restoration, an exciting opportunity to have a car built to your specification.

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For the first time ever comes the chance for a new custodian to cherish this car

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This Austin Healey 100/6 BN4 is a UK right hand drive car presented in excellent all around condition.

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Our magnificently restored and very rare Elite has had one owner for the last 50 years.

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A superb predominantly factory built Cobra by Hawk.

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In our opinion probably one of the best XK’s 140’s we didn’t build!

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This famous Ex Goodwood, Tulip Rally in period. 2014 Le Mans Classic 13th and Goodwood 5th. Very fast and ‘on the button’. My car reluctantly for sale…

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Mille Miglia or Monte Carlo Rally or spirited drive the pub? This car is great for all of those.

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350YUX is an original UK right hand drive XK150 that has had just 5 previous owners since first registered in the summer of 1959. We believe the car to be a matching numbers vehicle and there is a substantial history file and evidence to support this.

A stunner!

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Unique one-owner car in excellent condition with much history, ready for a new custodian

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An iconic 80s super car in a desireable specifcation with excellent history

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BGC22B is an ex competition car that can be so again or be a perfect fast road/ track day or tour auto car. Read on

Words cannot describe this car adequately

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Structurally a very sound car, presented with beautiful Indigo Blue paint and contrasting tan leather interior. Mechanically the car has been serviced and up-rated with much of the work done by Guy Broad.

3554RA is a very fine example of the XK150 drophead coupe ‘on the button’ and ready to go

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Chassis number 290 is believed to be the 47th oldest surviving XK. On this basis alone PBH995 represents a very appealing opportunity for the collector…

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In our opinion the most beautiful production sports car of all time. This fixed head coupe XK120 is simply stunning. The exterior beauty and curvaceous sweeping lines are so dramatic.

To drive this 120 is a joy.

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The DB7 is widely acknowledged as one of, if not the most beautiful Aston of modern times. You may disagree but you can’t argue that these early DB7’s…

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This car was built in 2009/10 to a customers specific requirement. It is an Interceptor S which means an original Mk III Jensen Interceptor, stripped of exterior paint, all panelwork restored and repainted in Bentley Bourneville.

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SAF424 is an early 'long door' car from 1954. Chassis number TS529 has led a remarkable life. Collected from the Canley factory by Dr CJF Coombs in February…

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We buy cars we like and sell them to people we like. It’s our principle for establishing Fender and Broad. This is not our ‘usual’ stock. However occasionally a car comes to you that just makes you smile and realise how lucky we are to be playing with old cars.

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Only circa 200 right hand drive twin cams were ever made and according to the car clubs registrar there are 'very few' remaining. Therefore this original…

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This ONE OWNER from new Italian beauty is an utterly charming car and delightful car to drive. Known as Gina after the beautifully proportioned Gina Lollabrigida our Alfa is so nimble and responsive, she makes you just want to smile with every mile.

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RARE OPPORTUNITY. DO READ. The legend of Jaguar E Type requires no explanation. Here we have a car that presents an almost unique opportunity to own one…

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‘Unique’ is a word over used in the classic car fraternity. Not in this case. A ONE OWNER car from new, collected from the factory as the FIRST series II drop head coupe, equipped with the superb 5 speed ZF gearbox, disc brakes all around and an updated front end by Graber. The prettiest of all the TD21’s.

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With the 411, Bristol Cars for the first time since the 407 introduced a change of engine. Although the Chrysler V8 was still the V8 engine of choice the…

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RHP564 was a WORKS press and demonstrator car. This fact is recognised in Bill Piggotts book 'Triumph By Name'. As such this is a very rare and highly desirable piece of Standard Triumph history.

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If you want rarity and exclusivity in your classic car portfolio then an original right hand drive XK150 3.8S has to be a consideration.

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We buy cars we like and sell them to people we like. It’s our principle for establishing Fender and Broad. Occasionally a car comes in the showroom that just makes you smile and realise how lucky we are to be playing with old cars.

A simply stunning car

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Sherwood Green with suede green interior. This car has had over £100,000.00 spent on it during its restoration which was completed in 2005. Incredibly,…

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A unique piece of british heritage, as this car ran in the Goodwood 9 hour race of 1953 with John Coombs and Tommy Sopwith. it also raced in the UK many more times, once sold privately by the Cooper works after Goodwood. The chassis is as the formula 2 type single seat so is very competitive in the under 2 litre spec.

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With the 603 the Bristol car underwent its first major facelift since the introduction of the 406 in the late 1950s. The classic three-box two-door saloon…

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Arguably the most significant car in the history of Bristol Cars Ltd. This very special car belonged to Sir George White the ex-director of Bristol Cars

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When a car becomes known by its registration number then it must surely have created an impression. When recently discussing this Mark I with a very high…

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A very special healey built to 100S spec. all alloy outer panels as 100S with hand made grille. A complete 100S correct engine with twin 45mm webers. steel crank shaft, omega forged pistons, steel rods and roller rockers. Dennis Welch built to race spec with oil cooler and all correct. (a £25,000.00 engine today)

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UK and Swiss registered C-Type built to very accurate specification including all alloy body, torsion suspension, correct XK engine and 2" sand cast carburettors,…

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Thie car is the best example of a S2 2+2 E-Type that we have ever seen. It has has tens of thousands lavised on it to turn it into the consumate continentl tourer. The mod cons such as central locking and electric windows serve to enhance this car and not detract from its original characher.

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Our XK150 Drophead Coupe is finished in red with red interior and sits pretty on chrome wire wheels with a complementary black hood. Its original straight…

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The XK120 fixed head. The most beautiful production car of all time in my view. This particular fixed head coupe 120 was manufactured and exported to the USA in 1953. Returning to the UK in 1991 it was fully restored, converted to right hand drive rack and pinion steering with disc brake upgrades and other subtle upgrades to make a car prepared for…

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Broadsport 19 was first manufactured on the 22nd of September 1950 and recorded as chassis number 670776 before departing the UK for the USA where distributor…

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How often does an unrestored XK come for sale these days? Very very rarely. This orignal right hand drive drop head XK150 was delivered to Lord and Lady Lister on the 26th of September 1960. Built to SE specification the car was used by the estate of the Lord and Lady for many years before passing into the Yorkshire Motor Museum where it was maintained…

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Be it a jaunt to the local on a hazy summer evening or a blast along the fosseway, this car is equipped to do both with style and panache. The MGA is a…

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ROR999 is a fabulous registration number for our restored TR3. Chassis number TS16964 was built on the 28/3/57 and according to the heritage certificate on file was supplied in Signal Red to Wadhams Bros of Southampton with special upgrades to front and rear suspension.

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Built by Bristol Cars Ltd in 2010 and upgraded and maintained by Brabazon Motors over the last 2 years, this car is the ultimate in 4 seater GT luxury.

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With the 411, Bristol, for the first time since the 407 was introduced, made a change of engine. Although they were still using a Chrysler V8 engine, the old A type engine was gone. Replacing it was the much larger big-block B series engine of 6,277 cc as compared to the 5,211 cc of the 410.

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The home market car was despatched to Blue Boar Garages of Tile Hill Coventry and registered on the 17th of September 1965. So says the original green…

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Guy Broad and Fender and Broad offer to market ‘Broadsport 31’. The build is ready to commence. Widely regarded as the best XK120’s money can buy from the hand of arguably the most knowledgeable and able builder of these stunning and utterly intoxicating cars. Broadsport 30 is your opportunity to have built to your personal specification the very best…

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The competition heritage and development of the TR sports car is well documented. Decades of success underpinned the sales of the road cars.The evolution…

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The rarest of all the XK’s surviving today is the original right hand drive XK120 drop head coupe. Additionally this car retains its original registration engine and registration OGW626.

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The rarest of all the XK’s surviving today is the original right hand drive XK120 drop head coupe. Additionally this car retains its original registration…

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This car retains its original registration engine and registration OGW626. Body off chassis restored in correct BRG paint and body coloured wire wheels to concours standard. The car is simply the best of its kind available anywhere in the world today.

"The rarest of all the XK’s surviving today is the original right hand drive XK120 drop head coupe." Neil Fender

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This car has just completed a 2 year restoration in the Guy Broad workshops. This Roadster has been restored to S spec with a 3.8 litre, triple carburettor…

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We are very proud to offer this superb Rover for sale. 1KUE is the registration of arguably the most significant surviving Rover cars of all time. The only survivor of the works entered rally cars from 1965, 1KUE remains a highly competitive rally car today.

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We are delighted to offer for sale a simply beautiful and utterly charming XK120 drop head coupe.

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