British Classic Cars

Stored for 40 Years: 1958 Jaguar XK150

The owner of this 1958 Jaguar XK150 is very candid about the fact that the elements have not been kind to the car. With that thought in mind, let’s take a hard look at the car and see if… more»

Solid British Classic: 1974 Jensen-Healey

If you’re the sort of person that is on the lookout for a classic British convertible sports car, then a car like this 1974 Jensen-Healey is well worth a look. While the Mk I version was built in lower… more»

Brickyard B: 1972 MGB Convertible

From many accounts, one of the most fun collectible cars you can own is the humble MGB.  These simple, four cylinder convertibles handle well, are fun to drive, and affordable.  MGBs haven’t been sold on these shores since 1980,… more»

Herd Of Minis In New Mexico!

If you’re a fan of the original Mini, you absolutely need to check this out! Listed here on craigslist, in Las Cruces, New Mexico, are numerous Minis for sale, and thanks go to our reader Ed. Read on to… more»

Stored For 37 Years: 1962 Jaguar E-Type

The next owner of this 1962 Jaguar E-Type faces an interesting dilemma. Do they restore the car to its original specifications, or do they complete the transformation of the car into the iconic E2A, a car that shaped the… more»

Truly Special: 1974 Lotus Europa

We often weigh classic car projects on their financial merits and how much of your investment you will get back when the time comes to sell, but some project cars aren’t really about the numbers and whether they make… more»

Solid Project: 1959 MG MGA Coupe

While for many people a convertible is the first thing that pops into their head when they hear the words “classic British sports car,” these same manufacturers did produce their share of coupe versions, of which this 1959 MG… more»

Hard Work Done! 1958 Turner 950S

One of many British “cottage manufacturers” of the 1950s was Turner — but they were more successful than most, producing around 600 giant-killer sports cars that can be found racing even today. One 1958 Turner 950S that needs completion… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1961 Triumph TR3A

What Makes It Special? This is the last of my project cars from when I lost my storage and workspace last year. It’s a driver quality car with no rust. It’s covered 62,000 miles. It runs and drives alright,… more»

Great Off-Roader: 1987 Land Rover Defender

While it might not be a vehicle that is dripping with creature comforts and luxury appointments, one thing that the Land Rover Defender is renowned for is its ability to take its occupants into some pretty rugged and inhospitable… more»

Free for the Seas: $0 Westerly Nomad

Free stuff is always interesting, especially when it looks like a boat previously chartered by Mickey Mouse himself. This Westerly Nomad is a 22′ pleasure craft that looks better than many boats I’ve seen listed with an actual price,… more»

Restoration Project: 1966 Lotus Elan S2

While the British aren’t exactly known for making reliable vehicles, they certainly do make some very fine looking ones. Such is the case with this 1966 Lotus Elan S2 that is available here on eBay: though it is certainly… more»

Caravanner Special: 1971 Morris Marina 1800 TC

If you’ve ever watched the movie Snatch, you likely know that there’s a general disdain for the folks who gather together around campsites, tiny camper trailers in tow, before leaving pounds of trash and burnt out firepits behind them… more»

Not Your Dad’s Roadster: 1952 MG TD Drag Car

You have to love old drag cars made from unconventional hot rod candidates. This MG TD is more typically associated with luggage racks carrying picnic baskets than roll cages and blown Chevy engines. The seller claims there is some… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1966 Sunbeam Alpine V6!

When it comes to engine swaps and the Sunbeam Alpine, most of us think of swapping a Ford 260 or 289 V8 into it to make a Tiger clone, but Reader Phil S went a different direction with this… more»

Full Size Model Kit: 1960 Austin Healey Sprite

From kids to adults many of us have loved cars our entire lives. When we were younger we played with Matchbox’s, Hotwheel’s, and various model kits for those that had the ability to hold attention for that long. Although… more»