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Current Inventory


1973 Triumph TR6
This TR6 is in excellent condition. I've owned it for awhile, and it's definitely one of the nicest British cars I've had in my garage. I purchased it from the family whose father had restored the Triumph, but unfortunately had passed on before he was able to enjoy the fruits of his labor. Many of the car's components have either been replaced or restored. The list includes, but is not limited to: New Paint * New Interior * New Top and Tonneau Cover * Rebuilt Engine. It's all set to go for you to enjoy.

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SOLD






Previously Sold Inventory


1967 MGB Convertible
The ultimate So. California Barn Find. This rare MGB, with CA black & gold plates,
has been quietly sitting in a Pasadena garage for the past several years.
Having undergone a sensible restoration, current renovations include a new makeover
in the original British Racing Green finish, new interior, and much needed mechanical
work to freshen up this great sportscar. Get ready for top-down Summer fun!

1967 MGB Convertible
Lovely classic sportscar that runs excellent and is ready for Summer.
It definitely looks the part with its red exterior, chrome gauges, and
wooden steering wheel. Here's a nice driver that is offered at an investment price,
and will surely rise in value, as these early, chrome bumper, steel dash "Bs" are
the ones sought by collectors, both stateside and abroad.

1969 MGB Convertible
This classic, chrome bumper MG is very nice, both mechanically and cosmetically, and the One-of-a-Kind paint scheme is truly a crowd-pleaser. The car runs great and sounds wonderful. This MG also features a rare, painted to match, hard top. It has new chrome and tires. This sporty MGB definitely ticks all the right boxes for why we love British cars.


1969 MGB Roadster
Cute and charming...just like a British convertible should be. This one truly runs as good as it looks. Oil pressure is always around 60 psi, motor doesn't overheat, and it starts on the button. This MG features the desirable chrome bumpers (new), chrome gauges, and recently powder-coated wire wheels (even the spare). The soft top is brand new, and it also has a rare hardtop included with the sale. No costly restorations here, this classic MG is ready to be enjoyed!

1971 MGB Roadster - BRG w/ Black interior. Chrome Wire Wheels

1974 MGB Roadster
Gold w/ Black interior. Recently acquired from previous owner who loved and maintained this "B" for the past 20+ years. Peppy little 4-cylinder with dual carbs. 4-spd transmission. Starts instantly every time and runs great. Features a tonneau cover and rare fiberglass hardtop. Full instrumentation w/ chrome gauges. Paint is nice and body is straight. No rust. Very economical and reliable driver. It's a blast to drive and is perfect for driving up and down the coast. Here's a great sports car at an even better price!

SOLD


1978 MGB - one of the cleanest rubber bumpered "B's" around. 60K miles

1970 Jaguar XJ6 - Series I
Very nice condition. In my personal collection for over 4 years
All Jag drivetrain. Features "cockpit" instrumentation with classic SMITHS
gauges and rocker switches. Olde English White w/ Black leather
Runs Xlnt. Original CA Blue & Gold plates front and rear

NOW AT AUCTION


1967 Jaguar MKII - RHD, 3.4 motor, same owner last 30 years


1962 Triumph TR4 Convertible
Lovely early model complete with domed gauges and steel wheels. A rare opportunity for the British sportscar enthusiast. This TR4 features both California Black Plates, an extensive history contained in a 3-ring binder, convertible top, boot cover, full tonneau, and best of all: over-drive! Just out of a long hibernation, this Triumph has been in the Monterey area its whole life, and has most recently been under the ownership of a Triumph enthusiast in the Carmel Valley. Runs and drives very nicely. Needs some cosmetic work, but it'll be worth the effort once completed.



1965 Triumph TR4 Convertible
Needs restoration, but is mostly complete. Does not run due to missing carburetors and gas tank. Hasn't been on the road for some time, but engine turns over and is not frozen. Body has rust in the usual places, mainly the rockers. Includes luggage rack and convertible top frame. Here's a rare opportunity to get into a genuine '60s British roadster with a legendary look and following for a MG Midget money. Great sports car project or road rally candidate.


1973 Triumph TR6
This TR6 was recently acquired from its previous owner of nearly 20 years. It's a fun driver and will provide you with much excitement. White exterior is shiny, black interior and top have been recently refurbished. Gearbox is great. Brake master cylinder was just replaced. This vintage British convertible will make summer driving more enjoyable!



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