Cars for Sale

  • Broadsport Jaguar XK120 Roadster

    This 120 roadster is a zero miles total rebuild. A body off chassis full rotisserie restoration to the very highest specification offered by the Guy Broad organisation. Fender and Broad are proud to offer for sale this stunning gloss black roadster finished with superb Bordeaux red leather upholstery

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  • MGA 1600 MK1

    Be it a jaunt to the local on a hazy summer evening or a blast along the fosseway, this car is equipped to do both with style and panache. The MGA is a classic in the truest sense of the word.

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  • Jensen Interceptor S

    This car was built in 2009/10 to a customers specific requirement. It is an Interceptor S which means an original Mk III Jensen Interceptor, stripped of exterior paint, all panelwork restored and repainted in Bentley Bourneville.

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  • MGB Roadster

    An iconic and classless vehicle the MGB roadster is as quintessentially British as Wimbledon and a good cup of Tea. This pretty little car has been in long term ownership and was fully repainted in 2008. Ready to enjoy all year round!

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  • Triumph TR3

    ROR999 is a fabulous registration number for our restored TR3. Chassis number TS16964 was built on the 28/3/57 and according to the heritage certificate on file was supplied in Signal Red to Wadhams Bros of Southampton with special upgrades to front and rear suspension.

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  • Jaguar XK150 'S' Coupe

    With only 150 'S' XK150 Coupes made this is a rare car. Rarer still when you factor in the fact that of the 150, the majority were left hand drive unlike this original right hand drive model (of which less than 20) remain.

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  • Bristol 411 Series 5

    With the 411, Bristol, for the first time since the 407 was introduced, made a change of engine. Although they were still using a Chrysler V8 engine, the old A type engine was gone. Replacing it was the much larger big-block B series engine of 6,277 cc as compared to the 5,211 cc of the 410.

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  • Triumph TR2 Supercharged

    SAF 424 Surely has to be an ultimate iteration of the rare 'long door' Triumph TR2. A Shorrock C142B supercharger transforms this car into something very different indeed.

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  • Triumph TR2

    RHP564 was a WORKS press and demonstrator car. This fact is recognised in Bill Piggotts book ‘Triumph By Name’. As such this is a very rare and highly desirable piece of Standard Triumph history.

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  • Bristol 411 Series 6

    One of the most attractive looking cars to leave the works. The final iteration of the 411 is the Series 6.

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  • Triumph TR4

    The competition heritage and development of the TR sports car is well documented. Decades of success underpinned the sales of the road cars.

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  • Jaguar XK150 Roadster

    This car has just completed a 2 year restoration in the Guy Broad workshops. This Roadster has been restored to S spec with a 3.8 litre, triple carburettor engine and 5 speed gearbox.

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Examples of our old friends, gone to new homes

  • Broadsport Jaguar XK140FHC

    The BEST XK140FHC available in the world today. Simple. An original RHD, numbers matching coupe. One of only 860 made.

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  • Cooper Bristol Sports T25

    A unique piece of british heritage, as this car ran in the Goodwood 9 hour race of 1953 with John Coombs and Tommy Sopwith. it also raced in the UK many more times, once sold privately by the Cooper works after Goodwood. The chassis is as the formula 2 type single seat so is very competitive in the under 2 litre spec.

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  • Bristol 603

    With the 603 the Bristol car underwent its first major facelift since the introduction of the 406 in the late 1950s. The classic three-box two-door saloon was replaced by a considerably more streamlined design with a much larger and more curved rear window. The manufacturer pointed out that the new car had more head, leg and shoulder room than any previous Bristol.

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  • Ex Sir George White Bristol 410

    Arguably the most significant car in the history of Bristol Cars Ltd.

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  • Jaguar Mk1 FIA Race Car

    When a car becomes known by its registration number then it must surely have created an impression. When recently discussing this Mark I with a very high profile BRDC racing driver he immediately said ‘You mean SDW740 Neil. I have raced against it many times over the last 30yrs. What a great racer’.

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  • Austin Healey 100 BN1 100s

    SOLD SOLD SOLD A very special healey built to 100S spec. all alloy outer panels as 100S with hand made grille. A complete 100S correct engine with twin 45mm webers. steel crank shaft, omega forged pistons, steel rods and roller rockers. Dennis Welch built to race spec with oil cooler and all correct.

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  • 1952 Jaguar C-Type all alloy recreation

    UK and Swiss registered C-Type built to very accurate specification including all alloy body, torsion suspension, correct XK engine and 2" sand cast carberretors, manifolds, dials etc etc.

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  • Jaguar E-Type S2 2+2

    Simply the best E-type 2+2 we have ever seen.

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  • Jaguar XK150 DHC

    The final rendition of the XK appeared in May 1957; easily identifiable by its higher scuttle and door line, and a much wider grille, the XK150 retained the mechanical layout of its predecessor, but had larger and more comfortable cockpit. Although with a family resemblance to the XK120 and XK140, the new model was radically modernized.

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  • Jaguar XK120 FHC

    The XK120 fixed head. The most beautiful production car of all time in my view. This particular fixed head coupe 120 was manufactured and exported to the USA in 1953.

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  • Jaguar XK120 Broadsport

    Broadsport 19 was first manufactured on the 22nd of September 1950 and recorded as chassis number 670776 before departing the UK for the USA where distributor Max Hoffman took delivery.

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  • Jaguar XK150 Drop Head Coupe

    How often does an unrestored XK come for sale these days? Very very rarely. This orignal right hand drive drop head XK150 was delivered to Lord and Lady Lister on the 26th of September 1960.

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  • Jaguar E-Type S2

    Our original RHD E-Type is another restoration nicely patinated and driving superbly well. Good history file and matching numbers.

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  • Jaguar E TYPE SERIES II 2+2

    This right hand drive series II 2+2 E-Type has been used for 2 years as part of a hire fleet of classic cars. The car drives very well and benefits from a webasto sunroof and giving the perfect blend of high speed quiet driving and fresh air wind in your hair when required.

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  • 1958 MGA 1800 Roadster

    The MGA is one of our favourite cars. They are so quintessentially a British Sportscar. Graced with such good looks and so stylish with it. Suitable for the taller driver of in excess of 6 foot the cabin is roomy and blessed with a neat, functional and yet stylish layout befitting of the MG marque.

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  • XK Broadsport

    As an XK enthusiast every car you buy from us or other owners will please you in most ways, but not all ways. There is always something that isn’t quite the way you want it to be. The Broadsport XK affords you the opportunity to work with us on ‘your perfect XK’.

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  • Jaguar XK150 Automatic

    The car has a fresh MOT and a substantial history file to support the work undertaken to make this a superior attractive proposition.

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  • Triumph TR4

    An original right hand drive car with only 5 previous owners in nearly 50 years. Fantastic fast road/ rally car

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  • Jaguar Mark 1 Hawthorn Evocation

    These mark I and II cars were a stunningly beautiful saloon that many critics suggested didn’t drive as well as it looked.

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  • Jaguar E Type Series II

    The car was then subjected to a comprehensive restoration where every component was either replaced or reconditioned.

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  • 1960 Jaguar MkII

    Basically shes has the best underbody we have ever seen. Not a patch anywhere.

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  • Rover 2000SC

    This car is a piece of motorsport history and one of the most significant cars in existence carrying the Rover brand

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  • Jaguar XK140

    Restored some 15 years ago as a fast road and regularity rally car this ‘Ecurie Cod Fillet’ XK140 roadster is a fantastic driving XK ready to drive all over Europe and compete in endurance rallies with no further work required.

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  • Rover 3 Litre Drophead Coupe

    One of three originally commissioned by the factory. This car was converted by Panel craft in period as an experiment with a view to commissioning a production run.

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  • Triumph TR5

    Original Right Hand Drive TR5’s are the rarest of all Triumph’s. This stunning car retains its original correct colour scheme and matching engine numbers too.

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  • Triumph TR5

    Original Right Hand Drive TR5’s are the rarest of all Triumph’s. This stunning car retains its original correct colour scheme and matching engine numbers too.

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  • 1974 Jaguar E Type V12 Roadster

    Here we have a really superb nut and bolt restoration of the final iteration of the iconic E Type. Restored over many years and still being 'run in' with less than 200 miles since the exhaustive restoration was completed , fully photographed and documented.

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  • MGA 1500 Coupe

    VEL537 has a documented photo and history file dating back as far as 1986 and is well presented with all bills and history.

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  • Jaguar MKII 3.8L Getrag 5 speed and PAS

    A Beautifully restored and sensibly upgraded car

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  • Series 1 3.8 Litre E-Type Roadster

    This superb E-Type has period race history and is offered with a comprehensive history file covering its exploits on road and track in New Zealand. Driven by Cyb Lupp Archer with much success in period before the car came back to europe and featured in many magazines and promotional pieces in Europe before returning to NZ again.

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  • Jaguar E Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster

    Manufactured in March 1962 this superb E Type comes with Heritage certificate and all the invoicesand MOT's supporting its complete restoration. Freshly serviced by Guy Broad and fitted with uprated brakes and brand new 6.5j chrome wire wheels this Carmen Red with Black Leather roadster is otherwise built to original specification and ready to enjoy this summer.

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  • Triumph TR3A FIA registered Rally Car

    Chassis number 79828 is a 1960 original right hand drive car prepared for endurance historic rallying under the watchful and consultative eye of Triumph Competitions Dept head Ken Richardson.

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  • Triumph TR3A to 'fast road' specification

    SOLD SOLD SOLD. iF YOU HAVE A SIMILAR CAR TO SELL PLEASE DO CALL. Chassis number 80708 is an original right hand drive fully restored 3A built to fast road specification.

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  • Jaguar C-Type replica by Realm

    For sale on behalf of a customer this black composite bodied C-Type replica is complimented by brown trim.

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  • Triumph TR3 'Works' Monte Carlo rally and 56 press car

    SOLD SOLD SOLD SKV656 is1958 Works entered Monte Carlo Rally car that finished 3rd in class in the hands of Peter Boulton and Peter Craven. The car was also the 1956 Press and Motor Show car.

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  • Triumph TR2 'Works' Tulip Rally car

    WITHDRAWN FROM SALE AND BEING PREPARED TO RACE IN 2011 AND ENTRY TO MILLE MIGLIA 2012 The Triumph TR2 (TRiumph 2 litre sports) was built between 1953 and 1955 by the Standard Motor Company in the United Kingdom, during which time 8,636 cars were produced. The DVLA revealed in 2002 that only 517 examples of this car remain on UK roads.

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  • Broadsport 150S Roadster

    SOLD SOLD SOLD. BROADSPORT 21 A unique opportunity to acquire an iconic roadster XK. Starting with an original 3.4 Litre 150.S roadster, Guy Broad has tuned and upgraded this car , to be an impeccably fast and sublime handling long distance grand tourer.

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  • Triumph TR6 150BHP 1974

    SOLD SOLD SOLD A black plate California car repatriated in the early nineties and subject to a ground up restoration and conversion to right hand drive. Fitted with the correct fuel injection system and overdrive gearbox.

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  • Triumph TR4 1964

    SOLD SOLD SOLD. WE WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE YOUR SIMILAR CAR. This TR4 is a superb example of the mark. the previous owner of this original right hand drive matching numbers car undertook a 4 year body off restoration to concourse standard which is supported by a full photo record and every invoice for parts and work undertaken.

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  • jaguar xk150

    SOLD SOLD SOLD A concourse restored car and showwinner improved with many Guy Broad upgrades. These include power steering, 5 speed gearbox. The engine and drivetrain are all Guy Broad work. A fantastic grand touring XK. Faultless. To come MOT'd and fully serviced with condition

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  • MGA 1600 Mark I

    SOLD SOLD SOLD. WE WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE YOUR SIMILAR CAR. A fully restored Mark 1 1600 in brilliant red with black trim. The same owner for over 30yrs. Sold with full MOT and brand new weather gear

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  • Jaguar XK150SE DHC

    SOLD SOLD SOLD. Chassis number S838388 is a 1959 vintage SE car that has benefitted from extensive restoration since being repatriated to the UK from the USA.

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