Five Fast-Friday Themed Classic Cars for sale in the Classic Cars HQ classifieds this week…
1989 Mercedes 190E Cosworth
Boasting a 141k on the clock and very original condition this 1989 F Reg Merc 190E is one of the superstar classic cars of the future, although high mileage she is said to be in near perfect condition inside and out. Mechanically perfect with lots of new parts she could be yours for just £11,595
1976 OPEL ASCONA
This rare Siberian import is in need of some restoration but, is said to be a real solid car. Hard to find in this condition and she is LHD with black leather interior. Yours for just £5,650
1929 Austin 7 Sports
A true vintage sports car this Austin 7 is fully restored including chassis and running gear, new tyres too, clutch and wheel bearings and brakes too. She has a V5 present and also comes with a two wheeled trailer so you can go and enjoy some vintage racing events next year. Bargain at just £9k.
Check out the Full Advert HERE or browse more classic and Vintage Austin Cars for sale HERE in our classifieds.
1958 Austin Healey Frog-eye Sprite
This 1958 Frog Eye Sprite is white with red interior (under the dust.) She is one lady owner from new and believed genuine 40K on the clock. She is in need of a full restoration and a new home. She comes with a hard top (minus the glass) and she is also down a frame for the rag top, but comes with an original tonneau cover. Grab a real beauty in disguise for just £6,750
Check out the Full Advert HERE or browse more classic Austin Healey Cars for sale HERE in our classifieds.
1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Fastback
Signed by Carroll Shelby this Mustang Fastback is advertised as one of the cleanest examples of a GT500 on sale in the UK today. Features of this stunning car include: Out-board lights, 428ci Dual-Quad Police Interceptor engine with 4-speed Top-Loader transmission and 3.55:1 9inch LSD axle, early production Mag-Star wheels with correct Goodyear Speedway 350 tyres. Get out your wallet guys and girls; she could be yours for just £170K.
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