This car was sent to New Zealand as a CKD kit in 1929. It was restored there in the 1980s and imported to the UK in the 90s. It was mechanically rebuilt about ten years ago with the engine now giving 44 hp instead of the standard 12hp. Used for driving tests and sprint/ hill […]
Prepared for historic rallies and previously used on the Tartan series and some HRCR night events.
An original UK car, one of the more rare two seaters. This Healey competes regularly in Hill Climb and Sprints with Healeysport. One of few Healeys driven by a lady. In 2014 made history by being the first woman to win the Healeysport Championship! Prepared by Top Garage Motorsport in Bromyard, is subject to many upgrades to […]
Full race road legal just! Big Healey competition car. Owner since 1981. Competed mostly in sprints, hill climbs but also some rallys in the early days of my ownership. Past winner of the Healey Sport sprint and hill climb championship. Class record holder at Shelsley Walsh and various other venues in the Healey classes.
Restored as as a ‘works replica’ rally car with original works triple 2″ SU carburetors and manifold setup.
This car was one of the last 300 cars of this model produced in 1956, it is a genuine British registered right hand drive car. Current owner purchased the car as a basket case on 21 October 2003, where it underwent a total restoration by Tudor Summers in Ludlow. The car has been steadily modified […]
A brief history of 1952 Austin A40 Sports OYC 417 Austin A40 Sports Reg. OYC 471 was discovered by David Whyley, the present owner, in 1995. The car had been rallied in the mid 1950’s by the previous owner David Leveridge and competed in numerous local rallies including a run to Le Mans. Given this history, a decision […]
This Austin Mayfair Limousine is one of only 6 currently roadworthy. It was purchased in December 1936 from Tilleys of Poole in Dorset and was owned by a Mr G Dugdale who resided at Hethfelton Hall in the village of Wool near Dorchester in Dorset. The car was chauffeur driven and was annually taken in […]
1961 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 2 – See It At Bromyard Speed Festival This is an original UK right hand drive 3000 MK2 BT7 (4-seater) Tri-Carb. There were less that 200 cars built in this specification. She is made rarer still having had disc wheels and a black hardtop straight from the factory – both of […]
1958 Austin Healey 100-Six – Coming to Bromyard Speed Festival The car is a 1958 100-Six which originally had a 2600cc engine. The Car was restored and re-built in 2000 and now has a 3000 engine from a Mk III Austin Healey as well as a centre shift gearbox from the same model. It has Triple Weber 45DCOE […]