1976 Triumph TR6



Like many old sports cars, they were frequently run into the ground, with body and mechanical repairs made via cannibalising other cars

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Produced from 1969 to 1976, the Triumph TR6 marked the end of the line for the traditional sports car. As such, they have become much sought after by collectors and sports car enthusiasts.
The TR6 offered here is a good-looking car in very presentable overall condition. Read More

1973 Jaguar XKE SIII Coupe



While the SIII roadster, with its longer wheelbase and flared wheel wells, could be considered an attractive design by most admirers, the 2+2 coupe is another matter altogether

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Testing the new E-type Series III back in 1972, Road & Track reckoned the new V12 power unit, “a sheer delight, by itself almost worth the price of admission.”
This automatic transmission-equipped E-type V12 coupe was dispatched to supplying dealer Henleys Read More

1955 Triumph TR2 Roadster



Some early TR2s were immediately re-sprayed by their owners, changing effeminate colors like Olive Yellow and Geranium to more traditional ones like British Racing Green

The post-war Standard-Triumph company, like most manufacturers of the period, found strong demand for its products. Exports were critical to the survival of the English auto industry and Triumph knew that returning American GIs had developed a taste for British sports cars, so plans were made Read More

1962 Jaguar XKE SI 3.8 Convertible



Raise the bonnet and you are treated to one of the most beautiful
engine layouts in sports car motoring. As Sir William Lyons was
rumored to have said, “It costs no more to make it pretty”

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The E-type is one of those rare gifts to the automotive world, the result of a passionate team with a clear focus. William Lyons, founder and president of Jaguar, had a Read More