For sale is my 1975 Mini which has been a father son project over the last 10 years. I'm pleased to be able to say no expense was spared, many hours spent and the highest quality parts used throughout.
The project started with the intentions of this being my first car, being a very car orientated family and having a Mini within the...
Escort Mk2 with Honda power
Engine And Transmission
Freshly built Honda F20c engine with 230hp
Running on Omex ECU and Jenvy throttle bodies
Full dry sump system with avaid pump
6 Speed gearbox from Honda S2000
Custom prop shaft with carrier bearing and slider
Baby Atlas axle 6...
Lancia Stratos Stradale, built in 1974 this Lancia Stratos is one of fewer than 500 road cars cars produced as the homologation special for Lancia's Group B rally project.
With clamshell front and rear bodywork, fully adjustable suspension and powered by the Ferrari Dino engine, the Stratos dominated the World Rally Championship from 1974 -1976....
1 of the 16 U.K. Subaru 22bs ever built. This car was used as a launch car in a Subaru calenda.
It has factory Prodrive brakes. It has only covered 30k in past 10 years where it was in a heated garage.
It has just been serviced engine / gearbox / diff.
This car is totally standard as it left the factory has to be one of the rarest...
Stylish, fast and well engineered, the 635CSi enjoyed a production run lasting into the 1990s, being periodically updated in line with its sister models. The 6-Series Coupé debuted in 1976 and was mechanically similar to the 7-Series saloons, although introduced before them. Karmann-styled, like the preceding 3.0CS/CSi, the newcomer was similarly ...
To Be Auctioned
The engine that would ultimately power the legendary Lotus Cortina began its life in 1961 when Colin Chapman commissioned a twin-cam version of the Ford Kent unit and bored it out to give 1,558cc. Whilst it was still being developed, Ford asked Chapman to fit the engine to 1,000 Ford saloons for Group 2 'Homologation'.
Chapman accepted the...
Ford Escort Mk2 RS2000 Custom With just 900 miles - a true 'time-warp' car, simply unrepeatable!
When the Mkll Escort was launched, the RS name continued with the Cosworth-engined RS1800, produced in tiny numbers. More widespread Rallye Sport production was initiated with the RS2000 of 1976 which substituted the diva-ish Cosworth unit for a...
The Escort RS2000 was the last car to be introduced to the AVO production range, in the June of 1973. The car fitted nicely into the AVO line up with its performance almost comparable to the complex RS1600, but with the same reliability and ease of maintenance as the Mexico. and utilised the same type 49-body shell as the Mexico and RS1600....
Ford Escort RS Turbo S1 Simply the best - 1st place at RSOC 2017 and 17,769 miles.
The much-revered Escort RS Turbo S1 was supplied in the distinctive ‘Diamond White' body colour only. The engine utilised was a 1600 CVH unit modified to suit the higher loads and the application of a turbocharger, whilst also benefitted from computerised fuel i...
Introduced at The Geneva Show in 1980, the Audi Quattro with 5 cylinders and four-wheel drive was a complete game-changer. It was a seriously credible performance saloon and the basic concept would go onto to generate over five million worldwide sales for Audi over the next ten years confirming that there were willing customers for a refined...
To Be Auctioned