£275AC Cobra 427 (Replica)
£250Austin Healey 100/6
£110Frog Eyed Sprite
£300Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster
£140Mercedes 350 SL Auto
£195Mini Cooper S
£95Morris Minor 1952
£175Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II
£110Triumph Stag Green
|AC Cobra 427 (Replica)||Austin Healey 100/6||Frog Eyed Sprite||Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster||Jaguar Mk2|
|Mercedes 350 SL Auto||MGB GT||MGB Roadster||Mini Cooper S||Morris 1100|
|Morris Minor 1952||Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II||Triumph Stag||Triumph Stag Green|
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More Information Riley RMC
innovative, including a box section chassis with torsion bar suspension ' so it drives surprisingly well by today's standards.
It was aimed at the export market to America, and is a really elegant design with its sweeping wheel arch surrounds and chrome detailing. One long bench seat across the front gives you plenty of room to stretch out, and feels very comfortable. It definitely has the look of the Gangster about it and wouldn't look out of place in Chicago! A real favourite with us ' leisurely cruising around the South Downs has never been as much fun.
This RMD 2 door 2 seat drophead coupe is a really interesting car. Only 502 RMD's were made, and fewer than that with the 2.5 litre overhead camshaft engine, and even fewer in this version with the large boot and only 2 seats ' it's a rare treat. Not only that, but it's in such excellent condition you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd just stepped back to the 40's.
Our 1949 Riley RMD Roadster was built in the immediate post war period, but unlike other cars from that era, Riley had created something new and