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1950 Riley RMD Drophead Coupe


This pure English thoroughbred is capable of achieving 100mph out of the 2.5 ltr Riley engine. The Riley RMD was only produced between 1949-1951 and there was only 500 built. Out of the 500 that were built from the research that we have done it is uncertain how many were built left hand drive for the northern American market. But as records show there was around 130 exported right hand drive to right hand drive countries around the world making this particular Riley a very rare car indeed.
This vehicle has had a costly restoration from the ground up. This restoration consisting of what is believed to be Conley red leather seat, a brand new roof lining internal and external (just fitted) and all mechanics rebuilt. As shown in the pictures this vehicle is still featuring the Coventry badge proving it authenticity as a Coventry built motor vehicle with was a Australian delivery. The engine number and badge numbers are all matching. So if you are looking for a very rare motor car with parts that are easily assessable in Australia this would be an ideal vehicle. This rare classic convertible will sell; it was an ex gentleman’s car, was kept dry and well maintained over a 30 year period.



1948 Ford Super Deluxe V8



This 1948 Super Deluxe Ford has benefited from a costly restoration. The 1948 Super Deluxe are know for their power featuring a side valve V8, reliability and comfort. This era of motor car keeps up with todays traffic and is very easy and pleasurable to drive.




1600 MGA convertible



This Australian delivered MGA 1600 is known for it's power and sleek lines, it has two comfortable bucket style seats and a 4 speed transmission. This particular MGA has benefited from a costly restoration bringing it back to a very high standard. The paint, trim, convertible soft top roof and motor present impeccably well. There is a DVD that can be viewed of the bare metal restoration this vehicle underwent. The prior owner used this as a club car and ensured that it was regularly serviced. We feel that this classic English convertible would be an enjoyable investment.


1984 Jaguar Series 3 Sovereign


This is one of the most well kept Jags that we have been lucky enough to have in our possession. It is on full NSW registration and has passed a roadworthy certificate with ease for many years. The metallic blue paint color glimmers in the sun. The internal woodwork trim and light cream  seats present impeccably well. The way this vehicle has been maintained is a real credit to the previous owner. It has all the usual Jag power options is smooth through the automatic transmission and has been proven to be very reliable on long distance trips. Ideal for someone after comfort and reliability. Owners manual and receipts for money spent can be supplied.


1950 Austin A40 Devon


The Austin name is very strong in the English motoring history due to being a very economical and reliable motor car. The Austin A40 Devon was known as the middle range family sedan of their era. This little Austin has benefited from restoration a short time ago and would be ideal for someone that is after a reliable, neat, rust free, 4 speed, restored vehicle.



1964 Ford Falcon XM Wagon

This XM falcon is rust free and was fully resprayed 2008 the paint is very impressive, with a 3 speed column change and reliable 6 solider motor it is Easy to drive and keep up with today's conditions it has been garaged and looked after and kept registered it is a Australian icon.


1991 Jaguar XJS V12


This 1991 XJS V12 convertible was the last of this luxurious make and model to be built. The vehicle has been meticulously maintained by it's owner. This model featuring automatic transmission, electric options including electric roof. It has a lot of power and is capable of reaching 150 miles per hour on the specifications. The leather and carpet interior would warrant a score of 80/ 100 and this vehicle has also recently benefited from new roof lining in the original color. It is very smooth through the gear change and handles very well as you would expect for the top of the range XJS V12 - 5.3 litre of its era. Currently on full registration. Certainly worth an inspection and test drive.