1971 Triumph Stag 3.0 V8 Manual Overdrive
Sort after early MK1 Stag with manual gearbox and overdrive. Full restoration done by Stag Owner’s Club committee member in the 90s with stacks of receipts including new body shell inc. inner/outer wings, sills, floor, paint., new hood and frame. The car was exported by him to Singapore and we believe not returned to the UK until around 10 years ago.
In 2013, a new interior trim kit and carpets were fitted.
In 2019, the car underwent further restoration including fitting a newly rebuilt engine and new clutch. (Plenty of photos and a video of the engine being built is supplied.) The cooling system was upgraded with a larger aluminium radiator and new rubber hoses. A new fuel system was installed with new fuel pump, lines and tank, as was a new brake system with discs, upgraded stainless steel backing plates, callipers, brake booster, and lines. A period radio cassette was sourced and a new electric aerial fitted. Front and rear bumpers were upgraded to stainless steel.
We took the car in part exchange as the owner had to cease his restoration due to illness.
Our goal is to finish the restoration and to turn the car back to it’s original MK1 looks. We will be removing the MK2 alloys and replacing them with MK1 steel wheels with NOS polished hubcaps. We will replace the MK2 hood with a MK1 hood with rear quarter lights. We will remove the silver side stripes and change the black Stag badges for grey ones when they become available.
We have spent the last few months dismantling everything underneath the car – front and rear suspension, exhausts, and brakes, and shot blasted and resprayed them as required with black and silver epoxy paint, reassembled the suspension with new poly bushes, replaced the rear struts and front top mounts. New exhaust hanging brackets, suspension stabilising brackets, and many nuts and bolts.
Our auto electrician has gone through the electrics. We currently have a new set of blue carpets and a MK1 hood on order.
We have sourced an excellent set of steel wheels, blasted them and resprayed them into silver epoxy, fitted them with new Radar classic tyres, and a set of MK1 NOS hubcaps.
The car is virtually had a nut and bolt restoration and is in near concourse condition but with some upgrades like the larger ally radiator, poly bushed suspension, stainless exhaust. The Stag is celebrating its 50th anniversary and this early 1971 car was one of first and rarer MK1s to come off the production line. It could make a great 50th birthday present for someone.
Selling for £29,995.
Brake drums, coil springs, etc. blasted, painted with epoxy. New rear struts. New orange poly bush kit.
New brake lines, unions. Subframe and wishbones blasted and painted with epoxy. Differential repainted and new bolts.
1978 Mercedes 350 SL R107: SOLD
Sought after 3.5 Litre V8 engine. Cream leather interior. Hard and soft tops. Rear seats. Electric windows, automatic, central locking, 14″ Mexican Hat alloy wheels. Only 103K miles, 6 owners, last since 2012.
1946 Ford Deluxe Coupe Hot Rod: SOLD
$50,000 build cost
All steel body New reinforced chassis. New crate motor and reconditioned gearbox. Candy apple red paint. Tinted windows. Suicide doors, no handles, open with fob. Roof chop.
Custom bodywork with bespoke rear light mouldings, gutters shaved, door handles removed, sports mirrors, dechromed grill, lights, trim, etc. New chrome bumpers with ‘Ford’ logo embossed. 15″ Eagle alloy wheels with BF Goodrich tyres. New crate Chevy 5.7 motor. Since build car has done only 10K miles. 3 speed Chevy gearbox and axles I believe from a Camaro/Nova. Cream leather interior with red velvet diamond stitch quilted inserts. Custom 3D moulded interior panels. Wooden steering wheel. Momo billet shifter.
1979 Alfetta GTS: SOLD
The Alfetta GTS was a UK only special edition model. It was only built in 1979 and only available in red. The GTS was the only Alfetta special edition using the 1.6 engine. It featured special velour seats, beauty rings, rear wiper, Hella fog lights front and rear, GTS graphics, electric windows, webasto roof, side protection rubbers. It is the last of the Alfettas with chrome bumpers before the horrid plastic bumpers and trim were added to most cars in the 1980s. It is estimated there were only between 25-50 Alfetta GTS cars made. And this is believed to be only one of two GTS examples left in the world…
1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 H.O: SOLD
Very rare High Output car…
1979 Mercedes SL350: SOLD