Lansdowne Collection (LDM)

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1952 Ford Pilot Station Wagon (Winchester Blue)
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (-1 items)

BODY TYPE: Woody

The V8 Pilot was a Dagenham-built answer to Ford’s lack of a large saloon immediately after the war. Ford’s ubiquitous V8 had been produced in various guises in the United States, Germany and France as well as the United Kingdom....

£120.00
1960 Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire
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AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Saloon

This large saloon was produced from 1952 to 1960, the ‘Star’ prefix being added towards the end of the car’s life. This last version can be recognised principally by the leading edge of the bonnet which covers the top of...

£130.00
1957 Aston Martin DB 2-4 MkII
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (19 items)

BODY TYPE: Coupe

When David Brown took over Aston Martin in the last 1940s, the DB2 was the first Aston Martin to use the excellent 2.5 litre Lagonda engine that had been designed by W.O. Bentley. Intended as a rapid Touring car the...

£120.00
1935 Brough Superior 8 D.H.C.
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (167 items)

BODY TYPE: Convertible

George Brough’s Nottingham-based company excelled at building motorcycles and T E Lawrence was famously one of Brough’s customers. The Superior label was used by Brough as he believed his products were superior to any rival. The 1935 Superior Drophead Coupe...

£120.00£96.00
1960 Bristol 406
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (1 item)

BODY TYPE: 2-Door Saloon

The Bristol 406 was introduced in 1957 and had completely new styling which lacked the rounded looks of its predecessor. It was the last Bristol to employ the well tried 6 cylinder engine, albeit in modified form, before American V8...

£120.00
1936 Bentley 4¼ Litre D.H.C. Park Ward
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AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Convertible

“The silent sports car” as Bentleys were termed by parent company Rolls Royce, was available in chassis form throughout the 1930s. Park Ward was one of the more successful coachbuilders and this was one of their most handsome offerings. Available...

£120.00
1955 Bristol 405 Saloon
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BODY TYPE: 4-Door Saloon

£120.00
1966 Sunbeam Tiger
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (1 item)

BODY TYPE: Convertible

Available only in the old cardboard box

£120.00
1936 - Railton Cobham Saloon
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (2 items)

BODY TYPE: Saloon

Railton began producing cars in 1933. Arising from the remnants of the old Invicta Company, among Railton’s offerings was the Cobham saloon. With a 0-50 acceleration time of 9.7 seconds and a top speed of just over 90 mph it...

£120.00
1938 AC 16/80 Sports Roadster
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (16 items)

BODY TYPE: Roadster

The 16/80 was very successful in all types of pre-war competition, including both rallies and trials. Just 44 of these desirable two-seaters were produced between 1936 and 1939. This model was based in the car now owned by Lord March,...

£120.00
1965 Bristol 408
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (5 items)

BODY TYPE: 2-Door Saloon

The Bristol 408 was the second example of the marque to link an American engine with traditionally British coachwork. Where as the 407, the first to use this combination appeared little different in styling to the 406, the new model...

£120.00
1973 Bristol 411 Series III
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BODY TYPE: 2-Door Saloon

The 70s marked the high point of Bristol’s large American V8-powered sports saloons. Immediately recognisable by its modified frontend with twin headlights, the 411 Series II was a high performance express for those who could afford it. Our rendition is...

£120.00

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