British Classic Cars

Cheap Vintage 4×4: 1967 Land Rover IIA

There are a few ways to make your driveway instantly cooler with a solitary vehicle acquisition, and the addition of a vintage Land rover is one of them. The long wheelbase Rovers with four full doors are hard to… more»

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41K Original Miles: 1988 Jaguar XJ-S Convertible

Refinement on wheels is how I would define this beautiful, 41K mile, 1988 Jaguar XJ-S convertible. This convertible is one of approximately 2,100 that was converted to a drop-top by coachbuilder Hess and Eisenhardt and it appears as new…. more»

Rally Ready? 1965 Sunbeam Imp

In the 1960s, Chrysler imported the Sunbeam Tiger on a small scale. You may remember it as the car Maxwell Smart, Agent 86, drove in the opening sequence of Get Smart. The Tiger was not the only Sunbeam-branded car… more»

Little British Car: 1972 Triumph TR6

The seller of this 1972 Triumph TR6 refers to it as a “little British car”. Many shoppers in the market for a “little British car” want one that’s ready to drive and needing little to no work. That appears… more»

Classic British Driver: 1974 Jensen-Healey

The Jensen-Healey brought together two of the great names of British sports and grand touring design and manufacturing, and the result was a sports car whose performance belied its modest engine size. Early examples experienced more than their share… more»

No Reserve Series 1: 1966 Jaguar E-Type

This 1966 Jaguar E-Type is a desirable Series 1 coupe listed with no reserve and in road-ready condition. The Jaguar benefits from significant work carried out over the years, largely in the hands of the second owner, including new… more»

Hidden for 30 Years: 1969 Triumph GT6 MK2

The seller claims this 1969 Triumph GT6 hasn’t seen sunlight for 30 years, as it was just removed from long-term storage. The example shown here is the preferred “Plus” model, otherwise known as a MK2. This generation of the… more»

Stalled Project: 1951 MG TD Roadster

Photos can be deceptive, and that is definitely the case with this 1951 MG TD. However, in this case the photos are deceptive in a good way. As it currently stands, this little British classic doesn’t look like it… more»

Stored Since 1991: 1976 Triumph TR6

  Bidding ends soon for this 1976 Triumph TR6 that the seller claims has been kept in climate-controlled storage since 1991. Despite residing in Massachusetts, the seller claims there is no serious rust or rot to be found. The… more»

Rough But Ready: 1958 MG MGA

The owner of this 1958 MG MGA Roadster acknowledges that it looks pretty rough and ready. However, under the skin, it is a solid car that he drives on a regular basis. The next owner might decide to continue… more»

ENDING SOON! 1967 Morris Minor 1000

We auctioned this Morris Minor for Nathan G a while back, but the winning bidder had some health issues come up and couldn’t follow through with buying it. They put this one on hold as a result, but Nathan… more»

Quirky 3-Wheeler: Lomax Lambda 3

Kit cars come in all shapes and sizes, and it would seem that the vast majority of them make use of the Volkswagen Beetle chassis and mechanical components. That’s where the Lomax Lambda 3 is very different. Hiding under… more»

Early Wire Wheel Car: 1956 MGA Roadster

I have been drawn to MGAs since I first received a white MGA matchbox car as a gift many years ago. To me, it has always been the definitive British sports car. I have covered an MGB and an… more»

Classified Find: 1961 Triumph TR3A Project

If you’re looking for the pure British sports car experience, Triumph’s TR series is always a good choice. While the later 6-cylinder cars offer more power, the earlier 4-cylinder cars are lighter and a bit more primitive, which might… more»

Rare V12 Targa Roof: 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC

This 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC is the rare targa-style roof model that allowed occupants to have their cake and eat it, too, if they so desired. In other words, you could drive it as a standard coupe-style body, or remove… more»

Rust-Free Brit: 1967 Triumph Spitfire Mk2

For potential owners, each generation of the Triumph Spitfire offered a combination of both advantages and disadvantages when compared to one another. The Mk1 and Mk2 versions featured the purest styling, while the early Mk3s offered the highest levels… more»