1916 Ford Model T , Depot Hack. Meticulously made by 80 year old Craftsman only makes one every two years I`ve gotten the last four and he always tells me this is his last. Total frame off and detailed underneath. Detailed correct real wood wheel spokes are all rock solid. Correct motor was overhauled as well as clutch transmission brakes. All work nicely. All steel new fenders. Wood body is all n
is my fully restored Swift, a 1910 7bhp model. I have three full folders of history to accompany the car, inclusive of photo`s documenting the restoration process; this Swift was also previously owned by the director of the Swift Motor Company. Please contact me for further details.
1915 Packard Twin Six Series 1-25 Model 118 Seven Passenger Touring. Spectacular Automobile! This is one of the oldest surviving Packard Twin Six known to exist. One of the most important Packards in existence. The Twin Six was introduced in May of 1915. After driving a new Twin Six from New York to San Francisco Packard President Henry Joy called the new Packard “The greatest piece of machinery
1913 air cooled V Twin Humberette in good condition. Rebuilt engine with new cylinder barrels. Rebuilt rear axle .New crown wheel & Pinion. Good upholstery and hood. Ideal car for Veteran Car Club events. Valuable registration Number EO 575 . I have owned this car since 1996 , 22 years , and have used it in many VCC events over the years. slimming down collection.
as found in original older restored condition, came from California so all good but seats and hood suffered from the heat, with 4 new tyres. it will run, was in some museum in the USA and in storage for many years LHD 2.7l? just found out it is a Pennsylvania USA car and was last taxed in 1957 so in the museum for possibly 60 years now fitting new Brake linings, and modified rear oil seals j
1909 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Tourer with Roi-des-belges style coachwork. Delivered via L.C Seligmann to R.A Munn, a civil engineer and marine Superintendent to the Union castle line. Winner of the Stockbridge hill climbing trial in May 1914. In 1919 the car was purchased by Hurbert Scott-paine, founder of the Supermarine company, aircraft and boat designer, record-breaking power boat racer, entre