Category: British

An Out-of-This-World Arnage – 2006 Bentley Arnage T

Sold – $33,500 (plus fees) When unveiled in 1998, Bentley was ecstatic about their newest model, the Arnage. Not only did it represent the revitalizing replacement of the brand’s highest-level luxury sedan after an eighteen-year production run, but it also engendered much needed brand-loyalist excitement over the all-new engine accompanying its release. Moreover, the Arnage…

In Defense of the Crown – 1994 Land Rover Defender 90

Sold – $45,250 (plus fees) Exceedingly capable and confidence inspiring across rugged terrain, Land Rover’s Defender series (formerly the 90 and 110) has long been held in extraordinary esteem by militaries and off-road enthusiasts across the globe. Chiefly praised are their high tolerances in durability among even the most inhospitable environments. In 1990, Land Rover…

Ready to Rally? – 1959 MG MGA Coupe Rally Car Now Live at Auction

Bid to – $18,750 Before MG began production of the MGA in 1955, their old sports car, the TF 1500 was the final successor in a lineage that first started in the 1930s finally concluding in the 1950s. To say it was outdated scarcely even covers the reality of how uncompetitive it was against contemporary…

U.S. Exclusive Aston Martin on Auction – 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Carbon Black

Sold – $86,000 (Plus Fees) The younger sibling to the much larger Aston Martin DBS and Rapide models, the V8 Vantage was first created in 2005 as an answer to the growing populace of smaller, nimbler sports cars. Throughout its thirteen-year life span, the evolution of exterior and interior designs working along with continually advancing…

Master of the British B-Road – 1959 MG MGA Roadster

Sold – $24,600 (Plus Fees) Morris Garages (MG) began drafting a replacement for their TF 1500 Midget only in the 1950s. We note “only” because of nearly an entire three decades including a World War that took place throughout the MG T-generations that ultimately resulted in the TF. However, the MGA was worth the wait…

Speed Freak – 2016 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible Auction Live

(For sale, if interested please contact us) First produced by Bentley in 2003, the Continental GT has continually remained as the entry-level option within the Flying B logo’s line up as. Powerful, luxurious, with a multitude of options, and even prepared for racing with Bentley’s factory team, the Continental GT is an accomplished performer woven…

Full-Size Luxury Sports Sedan For Sale Now – 1999 Jaguar XJR

Sold – $9,255 (Plus Fees) The first production of the XJ308 platform began in 1997, although this merely marked the third iteration of the original XJ40 platform dating back to 1986. As the direct successor to Jaguar’s full-size luxury sedan line up, the XJ308 naturally inherited many of the past engineering and technological improvements from…

The E-Type of the Modern Era – 2014 Jaguar XK Convertible For Sale Now!

Sold – $31,556 (Plus Fees) First launched in 1996, the new XK8 was a completely fresh take on Jaguar’s sports car during their 90s rebirth. The revised styling was bold, yet retained subtle hints of legendary Jaguars. Their primary aesthetic aim was to harken back to their sports car hero, the E-Type while still infusing…

Old Cortina is More Cortina – 1966 Lotus Cortina MkI Now On Auction

Sold – $75,000 (Plus Fees) Throughout the 1960s, Ford was heavily branding themselves for Total Performance. In essence, it put massive amounts of dollars into Ford racing endeavors of nearly any kind to showcase their cars as world-beating champions. From Le Mans to Rally Championships to NASCAR they did it all to win. During this…

The Experience of the High Life – 1949 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith For Sale Now

Sold – $18,250 (Plus Fees) Designed and sold as the first Rolls Royce after World War Two, the Silver Wraith offered some small improvements over its predecessor, the 1939 Wraith model and was now the only model available for purchase. A small car by Rolls Royce standards, the Silver Wraith was the first model that…

Lightweight and Low-Slung – 1976 MG Midget 1500 On Auction Now

Sold – $4,350 (Plus Fees) When the first MG Midget came to markets in England, it was done to keep MG enthusiasts from switching over to Austin-Healey’s Sprite. This option provided MG buyers with an entry-level alternative to the higher priced MGA. Although it was mostly the same car as the Sprite, the Midget’s marketing…

Take Your Time-Attacks to Radical Extremes – 2004 Radical Prosport On Sale Now!

Bid to – $17,000 If your idyllic weekend includes precision corner placement, swift shifts, mind-bending braking, and near-indomitable passing speed then get your bids ready, because our 2004 Radical Prosport auction has just gone live. Yes, this is a track-only driver and due in no lesser part to that is the fact that since it…

The Flag Drops and the Sale Starts – 2004 Radical SR3 Auction is Live!

Sold – $21,003 (Plus Fees) We let you know last week that the most produced, 1,100 made and sold as of 2018, and successful prototype style sports car was coming to auction soon, well here it is, Radical’s SR3! Continuously grown in notoriety and popularity since its introduction in 2001 the SR3 is favored for…

Are You Ready to Rumble? The 1990 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible Auction Has Gone Live!

Sold – $13,000 (Plus Fees) Back again from its successful auction in 2017, the Jaguar XJS convertible with a V12 from 1990 is ready to come to a new home. The current owner, who travels between several countries, simply doesn’t have time for the beast. Carfax reports no incidents since its arrival here in California…