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They donít call it ĎGodīs own countryí for nothing. Whether youíre looking to explore our gorgeous coastlines, spend time cruising through our cities and towns rich with history, or tour around our idyllic Yorkshire countryside Ė we have everything to offer. We are only a short drive away from the beautiful spa town of Harrogate giving you the best starting point to explore everything we have to offer! We have wonderful routes and roads through the countryside where you can lap up the hillsides, scenic views and fresh Yorkshire air and finish your day with a pub lunch or 5-star gourmet style restaurants! What better way is there to discover Yorkshire behind the wheel of one of our beautiful classic cars and explore our beautiful county.

1988 Mercedes SL300

We have a 1988 300SL in red and a 1987 420SL in metallic blue. Both are beautiful motor cars which provide effortless driving and immense pleasure. They are the ultimate cruiser being both extremely comfortable with more than sufficient power on tap from silky smooth engines. To enjoy these cars to the maximum weíd advise heading off the beaten track away from congested motorways / dual carriageways and into the countryside; ultimately though, the choice is yours but either way, with the top ...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1999 Morgan Plus 8

Our 1999 Plus 8 is finished in stunning Mercedes Grey complimented by upgraded Autolux blue leather upholstery piped in grey and navy blue carpets. The cockpit and thatís what it really is, features sports seats and beautiful walnut dash. From the exterior sheís stunning from every angle whether it be the timeless arches, front grille and light assembly, wire wheels, split vented bonnet or the boot with spare wheel and luggage rack. Our Morgan makes the perfect roadster to experience the open...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal

Penned by Marcello Gandini the Alfa Montreal remains a stunning design even 55 years after its first public display. What the public must have made of it in 1967 must have been mind blowing. Compare the exterior and interior design of the Montreal to what most of what our parents were driving then, and it is jaw dropping. Gandiniís designs are the stuff of legend; he designed what remains to many, the most beautiful car ever made; the Lamborghini Miura. Our Montreal is a 1972 model finishe...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

Alfa Romeo MontrealBygone Classics

2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage

Our DB7 Vantage is finished in a beautiful Mendip Blue, complimented by a stunning cream hand- made leather interior piped in blue. Being somewhat younger than our Jensen and Alfa she does have modern features but sorry, no gatling guns, ejector seats or the like. So where to take her; obviously into stunning countryside where you can enjoy and wallow in the cosseting hand- made interior enjoying the Aston experience. Thatís great on a track but this is a Grand Tourer and like all true Gran...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1964 Ford Mustang 289 GT

Think cool Americana and it wonít be long before someone says Ford Mustang. Whilst mum and dad may have shared a Ford Anglia, Corsair or Cortina across the Pond they had the Mustang. Life must have been so unfair in the Ď60s. The exterior paint is bright red contrasted with the white power operated roof all set off against beautiful bright chrome trims, original period wheels and subtle white walled tyres. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1972 Jaguar E Type

These cars are iconic, and weíd encourage everyone with a passion for classic cars to drive one at least once in their life. The experience of driving an E-Type and the pleasure it gives is unique. She is an old lady and being a Roadster sheís obviously only available during the kinder months. This is simply to protect her from the worst of the UK weather; no one wants to drive a roadster if you canít have the top down. Weíre confident youíll fall in love with her.Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1972 Jensen Interceptor MkII

Our Jensen is a 1972 Interceptor MKII powered by a silky smooth Chrysler V8 linked to a 3 speed automatic gearbox. The exterior is finished in stunning burgundy paintwork complemented by a cream leather interior with contrasting burgundy piping. It is simply a wonderful place to be. The Jensen Interceptor belongs to a niche of superb Grand Tourers from the late 1960ís and early 1970ís. Its name, design, comfort, and performance tick all the boxes for a classic to treat yourself to. To drive ...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

Jensen InterceptorBygone Classics

1987 Mercedes SL420

When you drive a R107 (save for the lowest output model) they drive like tanks in that they feel indestructible. Theyíre actually very easy to drive and manoeuvre which is why they remained so popular for so long and have achieved a status that whilst not maybe truly iconic theyíve become the stuff of legend due to their build quality. The R107 was produced between 1971 and 1989 with models ranging from the 280 SL to 560SL. It was heavily intended for the USA but sold extremely well wherever ...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

Mercedes SL420Bygone Classics

2001 Rover Mini Cooper Sport

We all know life began in 1959 and lasted until 2000/2001 and the mini ingrained itself into British culture. If we didnít have one, someone else in the family did. Were they perfect reliable cars? Perhaps not but provided they hadnít disintegrated by corrosion we bodged and repaired them until we couldnít; there was an endless supply of donor parts from the local scrap yard, and they were very easy to mend. The Mini Cooper Sport was the final incarnation of the Mini classic and was fitted ou...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1998 MG RV8

Conceived in 1988 however production of the 1,983 examples made didnít commence until 1992. Production was deliberately limited to ensure build quality with the intention that irrespective of demand it would never be mass produced. When exhibited at the í93 Tokyo motor show it proved extremely popular resulting in approximately 1,500 of the cars being exported there. Thatís no bad thing as the Japanese donít use salt on their roads and their Shaken test is far more stringent than our MOT mean...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

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1966 Triumph TR4A

By todayís standards the TR4 isnít a fast car but that is to miss the point. Sat low and cosseted inches off the road surface, 109 mph feels significantly faster. So, when youíre doing 50 -70 it feels like 100 in a regular car and thatís where the fun and charm come into the equation. You just donít need to go very fast in these to enjoy them. Theyíve got terrific gearboxes (ours has overdrive) and so youíre transported back to time when driving was just fun. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

TR4ABygone Classics

1972 Triumph TR6

The second in our fleet of classic British roadsters is our 1972 TR6. Each of the TR range is unique in their own way but their DNA evolved through to the TR6. During its production life just over 91,000 were made of which most went to the USA; just over 8,300 were sold in the UK. Whilst the Karmann designed exterior looked years ahead of its TR predecessors, it could be argued it was a case of the emperorís new clothes as the engines, windscreen, chassis and running gear were all from the pr...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

Triumph TR6Bygone Classics

1971 Porsche 356 Speedster

One of the most beautiful and iconic designs ever, the Porsche 356 Speedster is the epitome of a timeless classic. Our 'homage' is so true and close to the original you'd be hard pushed to tell the difference This is an achingly beautiful convertible. When you drive her, the smile muscles in your face automatically engage and when you park up you look back and think 'wow'; not in an ostentatious way, but with that feeling of cosy contentment. Never intended to be a fast car (they're not...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterPin on Pinterest

SpeedsterBygone Classics

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