Below is our list of our cars recently sold. Please Click the images for more information.....
Custom 6 cylinder auto
Very rare - 19,000 miles from new
ONLY 16,560 miles
1976 Cadillac Coupe De Ville D'Elegance SOLD
absolutely mint with just 2,021 original miles
Featured on the front cover of JUST CARS Magazine in July edition.
19,000 original miles
Diesel! top of the range Cadillac with only 6,500 miles
1963 Imperial Crown SOLD
75,000 original miles
Definitely a hard to find rust free bargain!
Sorry Not For Sale
This car is one of my favourite cars, it is fully loaded with every extra
low miles 33000 beleived to be genuine
clean smooth car.
Drives well and is registered. (sold)
In 1976, when all other domestic convertibles had vanished, GM heavily promoted the American industry's only remaining convertible as "the last American convertible". 14,000 would be sold, many purchased as investments. The final 200 convertibles produced were designated as "Bicentennial Edition" commemorating America's 200th birthday. These cars were white with a dual-color red/blue pinstripe along the upper bodyside. In 1983, when GM reintroduced convertibles, 1976 Eldorado owners, who felt they had been deceived, launched an unsuccessful class action lawsuit!
registered ride away
Introduced in 2001, the VRSC family bears little resemblance to Harley's more traditional lineup. Competing against Japanese and American muscle bikes and seeking to expand its market appeal, the "V-Rod" makes use of an engine developed jointly with Porsche that, for the first time in Harley history, incorporates overhead cams and liquid cooling.
Harley Davidson with extras. (sold)
LESS THAN 1000km on clock
registered ride away
To simplify the engine and reduce costs, the V-twin ignition was designed to operate with a single set of points and no distributor. This is known as a dual fire ignition system, causing both spark plugs to fire regardless of which cylinder was on its compression stroke, with the other spark plug firing on its cylinder's exhaust stroke, effectively "wasting a spark". The exhaust note is basically a throaty growling sound with some popping. The 45° design of the engine thus creates a plug firing sequencing as such: The first cylinder fires, the second (rear) cylinder fires 315° later, then there is a 405° gap until the first cylinder fires again, giving the engine its unique sound.
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