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1917 Stutz model ‘R’ Roadster

£150,000.00

The car is very original and un-molested and retains many of the original fittings As built with its original Wisconsin 4 cylinder 390 cubic inch ‘T’ Head, side valve motor, which was completely rebuilt with no expense spared, by renowned veteran car restorer, Nigel Parrot of NP Engineering, Heathfield, East Sussex. The engine has been well maintained and regularly used since. Read More

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1909, Type BQ Four-seater Tourer

£39,000.00
  • June 8, 2020

It is ready for the road, complete with fresh upholstery. With four seater accommodation and a willing engine, it represents an attractive package for family motoring. Read More

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SOLD 2013, PRG ProSporter trailer

  • June 8, 2020

2013, PRG ProSporter trailer with 2 barn doors, twin axles, 13 inch wheels, tilt bed, 3500kgs gross weight, 2 spare wheels, 2 wheel locks, electric winch, internal lighting. 5.2m (17 ft) long, 2.26m (7 ft 5 inches) wide, 2.13m (7 ft.) Read More

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1910 Renault Type BZ Tourer

£68,000.00
  • June 8, 2020

This four-cylinder car (80mm bore x 120mm stroke giving a capacity of 2402cc) has a nominal output of 15hp, and a relaxed touring speed of 35-40 mph. Read More

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The Tricycle Book Part Two 1895-1902

£80.00
  • June 7, 2020

Part Two of The Tricycle Book is now available. It continues the story of early three-wheeled vehicles, but from an entirely British perspective, breathing life into long extinct names such as Beeston, Humber, MMC, and many others. Read More

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The Tricycle Book Part One 1895-1902

£80.00
  • June 7, 2020

The Tricycle Book will be of interest to all motor car and cycle enthusiasts with an interest in those vehicles, brands and people that were the genesis of motorised transport. To order go to surrendenpress.com or email mre01@live.co.uk Read More