1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30 GXM76 / engine U22J – Park Ward 4 light saloon – aluminum coachwork featuring roll-up glass division window; occasional jump-seat and folding foot-rests. Last registered in the early 1970’s – recently out of long-term storage. Minimal recommissioning November, 2021 – battery / fresh fuel / cleaned points / cleaned fuel pumps / modern ignition wires and plugs / air in the tires. Starts / runs / drives. All lights work. Driving video at: https://www.instagram.com/sodo_moto
Body – sound condition with good glass, nice door hinges, reassuring door closure. Areas with paint-loss exposing bare-aluminum. Left-front fender has 1″ crack at upper outer edge & repair at outer leading edge. Semiphores present – left one operates slowly / right one inoperable.
Interior – heavily weathered interior fabric and leather but wood trim / dash / gauges / have held up well. All gauges look good and operate. Windows roll up and down. Steering wheel controls have [...]
2000 Porsche 996.1 GT3 Clubsport – WP0ZZZ99ZYS690707 1999 production RoW / German / Euro spec. sold new in Japan. Finished in Speed Yellow with black interior
996.1 GT3 was developed to homologate the water-cooled 911 for FIA GT3 class racing. Total production of the mk1 version totaled 1868 units of which <400 were Clubsport specification. The GT3 employed the Porsche Motorsport ‘Mezger’ motor developed for the 962 & GT1 race-cars. Retaining the air-cooled engine cases and dry-sump lubrication, and featuring titanium connecting rods. The 996.1 GT3 features unique aero; larger brakes; lightweight wheels; lower ride-height & retuned suspension; negligible sound-deadening; no rear seat or rear speakers; no sunroof; thinner glass and numerous interior trim differences from the regular 996.
Like the the Carrera 2.7 RS before it – where both Touring and Lightweight cars were offered – the GT3 was offered in Comfort and Clubsport versions. This is one of ~375 Clubsport produced. The engine features [...]
1937 BSA Scout series 4. Chassis #1055 / engine A 1550. Missing some bodywork but good looking drivetrain / chassis / interior. Recently out of long-term storage. PNW car for last 50+ years.
From the BSA FWD club records
First registered on the 11th Jan 1937. It was painted Black with Green upholstery which you can see in the rear body area.. It was sold to E Pascall a dealer in the town of Guildford. The engine is the original one sold with the car.
Previously owned by E E Leyland in British Columbia, Canada (1972). Later purchased by Brook Barnes and being offered for sale by the Barnes Estate.
1982 Honda City Turbo – well preserved example equipped with Rays Volk Racing 3-piece mesh wheels. Odometer reports 94,280 kilometers. Overall good condition – video available illustrating items noted below.
Exterior: looks good overall. No rust. Marshal lights and factory fog-lamps; parking pole. Some scratches on left front & left rear fenders & doors; wrinkle near fuel-filler door; worn decals; faded bumper.
Interior: dash is in good shape. headliner / carpets / door panels look good; carpet and floor mats serviceable; drivers seat upholstery worn.
Engine / Drivetrain: engine starts right up and runs well. Steering / suspension / brakes feel good. Transmission shifts well. Rays Volk Racing 3-piece mesh wheels w/ serviceable Falken tires 185/60×13. Rear motor mount worn. Perceptible noise from wheel bearings.
History: the Honda City was something of a milestone car for Honda – commissioned by Soichiro Honda – it incorporated advance technology and forward thinking design around urban mobility.
1992 Subaru Sambar 4WD SDX KS4-108110. Japanese import w/ 2753 original kilometers (~1700 miles!!). Valid Shakken to Reiwa 5 (2023) and good condition with only a little wear and dirt in the interior noted.
While this vehicle has a customer-deposit – happy to assist with a JDM import that suits your needs.