Classics and Collectables for sale -Projects for Restoration

1997 Aston Martin DB7 i6 Coupe (air bag model)

This lovely example is finished in Cleveland red with parchment piped red interior. The DB7 has covered 73,000 Miles from new and come with a full service record

Being the later version of the i6 meaning it is fitted with the desirable twin airbags and small but notable upgrades.


Having recently benefited from a minor cosmetic renovation this Aston will be very competitive in its price range.


A very smart example in a colour combination that IS HARD TO RIVAL


This vehicle is in a private collection, to view this classic an appointment will need to be made as vehicle is not on site



1982 Triumph TR7 DHC 

This classic car was first registered 26th February 1982 (37 years old) pharaoh gold metallic with black hood and tan interior with only 3 former keepers, previous owner has owned the vehicle for 23 years.

Comes with the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate of Production confirms the vehicle was originally a company (lease) car for a British Leyland Manager.

The vehicle has covered only 39,000 miles from new and comes with loverly service history With over 30 years of MOT Certificates having had a recent full service.

This TR7 that has not been subject to any restoration and drives very well.

1995 MG RV8 3.9 UK CAR

The MG RV8 is a heavily revised MGB powered by a 3.9 litre Rover V8 engine delivering 185bhp, delivered to the rear wheels via a 5 speed Rover gearbox,  The interior of the car provides generous quantities of traditional wood and leather in very good condition, this classic having gone an extensive restoration over a period of time is in very good condition for age having covered 103,000 miles with a good service history. Viewing highly recommended a much loved classic car.



1974 MGB GT V8 for Complete Restoration


Our latest arrival at JC Motorwise


This classic car is finished in citron yellow with black cloth trim  as it came off the production line

In need of complete restoration having been in dry storage for over 10 years. This rare car has been in same ownership since 1987, only showing 3 former owners 

We have a blue old style log book and a extensive history file with the car including a heritage certificate

Becoming very rare and valuable



A very early 1931


Morris Minor


Usable and in good working order, often seen at various Morris Meets by courtesy of its last owner. In very good condition for its age and a classic that is becoming very collectable.

Please call for more details.






Another little classic from the past for light restoration that has arrived with us ready for a nice winter project for someone.


The car starts and runs very well, work has been carried but needs finishing off.


Inside the car it has the original interior for the year but not the correct door cards please see pictures, overall body is very good new wings have been put on the front and there is a couple of places where paint work is required. Overall i would say the body is very good.


I have many photos of the car underneath and around the outside so please send me an email address and i would be happy to send what I have unless you would like to view then please call to arrange an appointment.


I have a v5 log in our name, mileage on the car showing 69,000 Miles



1955 Triumph TR2 with Overdrive - Short Door

UK R.H.D, finished in green with tan interior, manual with overdrive, genuine UK RHD model, lots of history including old style log book, all weather equipment, side screens and tonneau cover. Very good condition. Please call for further details



2000 Land Rover Range Rover 4.6 V8 Auto Vogue

The Range Rover P38 was introduced in 1994 as a replacement for the Classic Range Rover which had seen more than 20 years of production and updates.

This is the ultimate P38 Variant, 4.6litre Vogue, finished in rare Monte Carlo blue with full grey leather interior and grey carpets.
Fully integrated Garmin satellite navigation.
Harmon Kardon sound system, Hurricane alloy wheels.

This car was purchased by its last keeper in 2003 at 12,000 miles from Land Rover in Solihul who had used it as part of their internal fleet. During his tenure some 230,000 miles were covered, oil and filter was changed every 3,000 miles. Mainly used for long continental journeys this Range Rover has lead a cosseted life, evidenced by the large file of service bills totalling some £70,000.

In 2012 a decision was made to commence an ongoing restoration to bring the car as close to as new condition as possible using only Land Rover sourced parts. Main dealer and LR specialist invoices on file show that it has had both axels replaced plus a new gearbox and transfer box. Showing perfect compression readings, the engine only required new cylinder head gaskets and various ancillary parts.

The entire air suspension system was replaced less than 1,000 miles ago.

Cosmetically, the bodywork only required electric polishing and two new bumpers. All interior fittings showing any sign of wear were replaced with new-old-stock items.

Outdated satellite navigation system was replaced with a new Garmin unit which is neatly integrated into the dashboard.

E engineering high performance 4 branch exhaust

Viewing highly recommended by appointment only, a lovely example and a collectable car