Our 1982, one owner from new, 61,000 miles, MGB Roadster has sadly had an issue with its wirering loom. So now in a work shop have a complete new loom. We have had to do a lot of work to this car. New head gasket, thermostat, new radiator, and now a complete brand new wirering loom. I feel a lot of the problem was due to the fact this car was not used for a number of years. All the work on this car has been carried out by Derek Osgood Motors, in Pitt, Winchester. Highly recommended by us.
Roll Royce Silver Shadow Mk2. (picture left) Finally after months of searching, we are glad to announce we have found a outstanding Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mk2 with low mileage, and just 2 owners from new, and a complete Rolls Royce Service History from the supplying Rolls Royce main dealer who sold the car to its first owner.
Will and Gus from TV’s “Flipping Bangers” (with myself in the middle) at our premises in Winchester. They were kind enough to drive this very rare 1983 Mk1 Austin Metro 1.0 from the TV show, down to us at Winchester. We had purchased this wonderful 16,000 miles from new, Metro from the show. Great guys and thougherly enjoyed an afternoon filming this new show with them as the buyer of this car. This TV episode is the 9th in series 1 of Flipping Bangers.
We have spent many hours restoring two MGB Roadsters. A one owner – 61,000 miles – 1982 (X) and a two owner – 58,000 miles. 1981 (W)
I had to take a picture of this. You can just see in the barn a 1933 Austin 7 convertible. We purchased from its second owner. He had owned this Austin 7 since 1934.
We sold the 1933 Austin 7 convertible to the UK’s biggest Austin 7 dealer, as he wanted it for a family friend, and is going to have it fully restored.
1969 MGB Roadster. We added some finishing touches to this car. Original banjo steering wheel, rear picnic basket rack, 70’s number pleases, NOS front grill etc
We were honoured to use our 49,000 miles – 1975 – Rolls Royce Corniche for Holly and John’s wedding (Nuneaton, Warwickshire) in the summer of 2017. Congratulations. This wonderful old Rolls Royce drove 3 hours there, and 3 hours back without missing a beat, and I can honestly say I enjoyed every mile.
First picture of our very rare Morris Mini Cooper. This is the car I drove back from Scotland. 8 hours solid driving. Sadly the rebuilt engine gave way a week or so later, and the car has now gone through another engine rebuild. Including a new head, pistons etc. This time costing over £3,000. We have also totally re-wired the car as it was not done correctly by the last owner.
It doesn’t always go to plan. An MGB Roadster we had just purchased over heated on the way home. We ending up doing a new head gasket, radiator and thermostat. Ouch!
It was such a lovely sunset, I took my camera out.
Here is the same Metro turned into a brochure.