British Classic Cars

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No Reserve Donation: 1992 Range Rover

A few years ago, I was a Range Rover owner for about two months with a long-wheelbase version of the truck shown here. More on that later, but let’s talk about this fine specimen that ended up with my… more»

Alaskan Pair: 1970 and 1973 Jaguar E-Types

The place where a car lives is sometimes as interesting as the car itself. This pair of Jaguar E-Types have apparently been summer-only drives in Alaska for decades, and are both offered up as part of an estate sale…. more»

Pair of Yard Find Triumph TR3As

The TR3A was the unofficial name for an updated version of the successful Triumph TR3, which was in production overall from 1955 to 1962. The cars were never badged with the letter “A” nor were the next updated TR3s… more»

1955 Jaguar XK 140 SE Drophead Coupe

Boldly representing the jungle predator sharing its name, this 1955 Jaguar XK 140 SE looks ready to pounce at any moment. The Saint Simons Island, Georgia classic comes “as is” in presumably non-operational condition at present, however, and needs… more»

38k-Mile Beauty: 1979 Rolls-Royce Corniche

I’ve never had the pleasure of owning a Rolls-Royce vehicle or even riding around in one for that matter, but nonetheless, it’s easy for me to understand their appeal, and this 1979 Corniche coupe here on eBay sure scores… more»

45k Original Miles: 1974 Jaguar XJ6L

What’s being sold on Craigslist in Minneapolis is “a nice rust-free 1974 Jaguar XJ6L.” The asking price is $9,000 for this 45,000-mile un-restored survivor.

Barn Finds Garage Update: 1967 MG Midget

It’s been a little while since we’ve done a garage update, but we’ve also been incredibly busy with Barn Finds Auctions, so we haven’t had much time to work on our projects. I decided to take a break from… more»

Stunning Older Restoration: 1951 MG TD

Over two decades have passed since this 1951 MG TD underwent a frame-off restoration. Its owner hasn’t tried to wear it out, only covering 1,000 miles behind the wheel since. It still presents beautifully and could be ideal for… more»

BF Auction: 1977 MGB Roadster

There are two things to love about classic British sports cars. The first is that they are enormously enjoyable to own and drive. More importantly, the elegantly simple engineering makes them the ideal candidate for an enthusiast seeking a… more»

Ex-Competition 1961 MGA Offers Plenty of Possibilities

Found here on Facebook Marketplace in Marquette, Michigan is this 1961 MGA 1600 that obviously saw competition at one point. It’s now a garage find and is available for $5,850.

Dusty Brit: 1950 Jaguar XK120 OTS

It’s always a challenge to write about a car with a two-sentence description, but luckily with today’s car, we have plenty of photos in order to build the picture of this XK120. Classic Jaguars from the 1950s onwards have… more»

Body Work Completed: 1952 Singer Nine 4A

Every time that I come across a Singer automobile, it’s the Singer sewing machine that’s the first thing that passes through my mind. There’s not a relationship, it’s just an example of brand name recognition and strength. Singer Motors… more»

Cheap Auction Find: 1957 MGA Roadster

One of the best things about small, off-the-beaten-path auctions is the potential to find a legitimate diamond in the rough. The major auctions are hardly a best kept secret and you’ll always face pressure to bid too high. But… more»

Rare Safari Roof! 1963 Land Rover IIA

Move over old Jeeps, Scouts, and Broncos, today we are going to feature a 1963 Land Rover Series IIA. These rough and ready, go-anywhere utility vehicles don’t make the web pages here often but this beautiful Bloomfield, Michigan resident… more»

Hayabusa Swap? 1959 Berkeley Roadster

Ah, the quirky Berkeley. Known as the SE328/492, these tiny two-seaters remain an oddity in the collector car marketplace. Is it worth saving this one, which has a few parts still attached to it but is largely a bare… more»

Barn Full of Dusty Classic Cars

It’s interesting how automobile collections are built. Usually, they favor an era, a manufacturer, or a type of vehicle. The group here may have been a collection at one time, but from the looks of things, they’ve been there… more»