British Classic Cars

Possibly Cheap Project: 1967 MGB-GT

While the MGB convertible is almost ubiquitous in British car circles, the arguably prettier MGB-GT is much rarer. If you want to get in on the ground floor, there’s a project 1967 MGB-GT being sold here on eBay. The opening… more»

The One I Should Have Bought: 1990 Jaguar XJS

This is the car I should have purchased.  Yup, I can say that as last year I bought a Jaguar XJS from this very site. Don’t get me wrong, I love my car and I don’t regret buying it,… more»

A Mash Of Nashes: Four Metropolitans!

Thanks to frequent finder Ikey H. we have this mash of Nash Metropolitans to look over! These four are listed for sale for $5,500 here on craigslist in Wichita, Kansas — along with what the seller says are a… more»

40 Years Stored And No Reserve! 1958 MGA

Those folks that often complain about the prices of project cars need to check out this 1958 MGA for sale here on eBay. Bidding right now is all the way up to a massive $1,136! Plan on making your trip to Chicago… more»

Competition Classic: 1966 Lotus Elan Fixed-Head Coupe

This 1966 Lotus Elan Fixed-Head Coupe is an unusual car because it has led a life of competition since new, but its original engine has managed to survive the rigors of racing. It retired from racing in the 1980s… more»

Rare Brit: 1971 Lotus Elan +2 Coupe

For many people, the words “Lotus Elan” evoke images of a classic British 2-seater convertible sports car. One of the more unusual and rarer versions of the Elan was the +2 Fixed-Head Coupe, which was first released in 1967…. more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1980 Triumph TR7 Drophead

The Triumph TR7 is a car that I find interesting because it was never intended to be released in convertible form. When the company finally yielded to buyer demand and followed that path, the resulting car turned out to… more»

Driven ‘Round The Block: 1972 Triumph TR6

We’re told that the last owner of this 1972 Triumph TR6 drove it around the block once in a while for the last 17 years (it only covered 1,765 miles during that period)! It’s listed for sale here on… more»

Classic Brit: 1960 MG MGA 1600

This 1960 MG MGA is said to be original, and if it is, it could represent a really good project car to tackle during the upcoming Winter months. Barn Finder Jason F spotted the MGA for us, so thank… more»

Tiny Classic: 1957 Nash Metropolitan

When it was released, the Metropolitan attracted a great deal of attention due to its distinctive styling. After a tentative start in the American market, it soon began to rack up some reasonable sales figures. However, its time was… more»

Past Restoring: 1962 Austin Healey 3000

This 1962 Austin Healey 3000 may have once been a particularly desirable car, but in the case of what looks like a long-forgotten example, its future as a parts rig may be sealed. Located somewhere in a New Jersey… more»

Garage Find: 1963 Austin Healey 3000

So this Big Healey is a pretty incredible find! It’s a survivor that has been parked for the past 50 years. The seller specializes in classic British cars and some other pretty amazing finds parked in the garage with… more»

Affordable & Rust Free: 1969 Jaguar E-Type Garage Find

It’s always suspenseful to me when a classic car listing begins with the car in situ, where you can see how the car was stored! This 1969 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 has been sitting for 19 years and with the… more»

Cheap Project: 1959 Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite

This is one of those moments where I am glad that there are a lot of miles between me and the location of a classic car. If I lived closer to Saint Paul, Minnesota, I would find it extremely… more»

Reliably Fun: 1974 Triumph TR6

UPDATE 8/02/2019 – This TR6 got bid up to $12,600, but the seller emailed us that the buyer, unfortunately, had to back out. It’s been relisted here on eBay and is sure does seem like a great classic for… more»

LT1 Transplant: 1989 Jaguar XJ-S

When Jaguar introduced the XJ-S to the world as a replacement for the aging E-Type, it envisaged that it would remain in production for around 10-years. However, the high initial development costs, coupled with lack of funds to develop… more»