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An original steel two-seater body from a Rally two seater sports type ABC circa 1928, complete with the original dashboard (tail top modified).
A non-original radiator formerly fitted to a Rally, suitable for special.
A late 1920s Austin 7 wire wheel with script centre.
Two boxes of mostly new old stock sealed beam units, Wipac, Lucas etc, spot lamps and a Ford Sierra RS Cosworth Technicians Information booklet.
A collection of assorted carburettors, some believed to be Ford, VW, Morris etc.
A good pair of Lucas PR100 chrome plated headlamps, in generally very good condition except for a few small dings.
A tray of mostly vintage bronze bodied carburettors.
A running board mounted luggage rack/holder to suit vintage Ford Model T, Chevrolet etc.
A tray of old car mirrors, bonnet pull, handle etc.
An original Ford Model T steering wheel, fully stamped Ford T-902-D2 A.
A Lucas No.4 Petrol Squirt to suit Rolls-Royce or similar, plus a French brass mounted tin oiler for a vintage Citroen.
A Lister stationary engine on a purpose made trolley.
A Petter type A1 1.5bhp stationary engine on stand.
A Rolls-Royce cylinder head, probably 20hp or 20/25.
A large wooden and metal rimmed cart wheel with traces of original paint.
Two railway lamps with bullseye lenses, one stamped 'Brie'.
A German 'Gazelle' sport primeur gentleman's bicycle, still with original perspex spat to the rear wheel, front light etc.
A set of five 16" diameter chrome wire wheels to suit Jaguar E type
A steering column to suit 1936/37 Morris 8 Series E or similar.
A collection of Alvis 14hp parts to include six hubcaps, two wheels, spare wheel covers, brake drums etc.
A V8 engine, probably bought to fit a 1960s Chevrolet, fitted with Holley M/T finned aluminium valve covers, by repute rebuilt and purchased at a ...
A selection of Alvis 14hp parts, Alvis castings etc.
A crate of Alvis Silver Eagle and Silver Crest parts including fan/water pump.
An Alvis instrument dash with instruments still fitted, possibly 12/70 or 14hp.
A pre-war Alvis wooden dash with some instruments still fitted.
A trumpet type horn as fitted to Alvis and other quality marques.