Listed below are cars that we have secured and are either in the process of being transported, restored, recomissioned or registered - these will soon move to "Cars for Sale" page
Fiat 500N "Transformable" 1957
An incredibly rare car which was manufactured in 1957 and registered in 1957 confirmation of which we have had from Fiat. This is one of the first Fiat 500 models produced from 1957 to 1960. It features a fabric roof folding all the way back to the rear of the vehicle and retains it's original engine. The Nuova is one of three models featuring "suicide doors". It is believed that there is only 25 of these cars now left. This car is in very good condition but we are currently untertaking a full restoration returning it to it's original colour of Verde Chiaro with a new interior and rebuilt engine and gearbox.
Fiat Campagnola 1968 - This is the Italian equivalent of the American Willys Jeep, and was issued to the Italian Army. The jeep is completely original with excellent bodywork in a cream colour, a superb interior and roof, and a free reving 1900cc engine. This jeep has been in storage for 15 years. The jeep runs very well and is being subject to a full recommission.
Innocenti Mini Cooper 1000 Mark 2 1969 - A very original and rare car which is now in the UK and currently subject to a full restoration. Originally finished in white with a black roof a full colour change to red with black roof has been carried out. It has all the original features including seats, steering wheel and wheels, with that fantastic Cooper 5 dial dashboard. The suspension has been converted to "dry" with Spax adjustable shock absorbers.
Ford GPW (Willys) Jeep 1942 - Chassis number 838 confirming it was built in February 1942, original engine showing signs of rebuild by the American military. Currently being subject to a full recommission, this car will not be subject to a full restoration but will be presrved in it's patina, it is only original once.