Due to popular demand, British Car Week has added a "British Cars For Sale" section to the website. The following cars have been posted for sale. Other than the information posted below, British Car Week has no other knowledge of seller or goods being traded, and cannot be held responsible for any misrepresentation or errors. Each ad will be deleted after 90 days unless the seller contacts me to renew the ad.
1986 and older
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Austin J40 Pedal Car
Austin pedal cars were made in England by the Austin Motor Company,
makers of the Austin-Healey. They used the same metal and were built
and painted the same as the big cars. It features real working head lights,
horn, Dunlap pneumatic tires. opening hood and trunk and leather cloth
seating , Car serial # 25099, I believe it to be a mid 1960's car in
original good condition. Paint color Old English White with Red interior.
The J40 roadster was based on the 1948 A40 Devon and Dorset. The J40
was a very well equipped toy of excellent quality and was probably the
best pedal car on the market at the time. At the time the average working
man would have to save two or three weeks at full wages to buy a J40.
The batteries in my car look to be very old so the lights and horn do not
work. I didn't want to put new batteries in it because I liked the original
look. These might even be the original batteries.
Length 5ft.3 in
Width 2ft 3 in
Height 1ft 10 in
Weight 95 lbs.
Sell Price $2,900.00
Contact Bobbie at email@example.com
1974 1/2 MGB
1974 1/2 MGB Roadster. Fresh Engine, new clutch, pressure plate, Webber Carb, Rollbar, hardtop and soft top included. $2000 worth of parts included. Car is located in the Chicago, IL area. Asking $4500 or best offer.
Elie firstname.lastname@example.org or call (773) 701-1103
1963 Triumph Spitfire
1963 Triumph Spitfire project that needs a good home. This car has been stored in my garage for over fifteen years. I've made some headway, but spare time doesn't seem to be on my side these days, so I've decided to find a good owner to take over the project. The bonnet, doors, deck lid and spare frame have been stripped to clean, bare metal, and treated with phosphoric acid treatment and have been stored in my dry basement for preservation. They are still just as clean as the day they were stripped and treated. There are many spare parts including original steel hard top, rear end, suspension parts, engine blocks, engine parts, donor car body parts, multiple fuel tanks and boxes of other parts that I have forgotten about the contents, etc.....
Contact Scott at email@example.com
Located in northern Indiana, USA