A7 Components Ltd was set up in 2003 by David Cochrane to organise the design and manufacture of improved steering arms. In 2006 we organised the manufacture of a range of high-quality, affordable spiral bevel crown-wheel & pinions, and the following year we started supplying a comprehensive range of new spare parts for virtually any model of pre-war Austin Seven. Our latest projects are various types of halfshafts and rear outer hubs. Many of our parts (e.g. the Ricardo cylinder head) are very popular with owners keen on competition, whether in trials, sprints, hill-climbs or racing. We can also offer a wide selection of used spares in good condition.
The oldest and largest company dedicated solely to the Austin Healey marque. We stock the most comprehensive range of Austin Healey parts available anywhere in the world. We feel confident that we can supply virtually all of your Austin Healey requirement.
Ahead 4 Healeys
Welcome to A Head 4 Healeys Ltd. The premier source for the quality parts and service your Healey demands. With the new century comes the realisation and the very real responsibility, that standards must be continually improved in order to provide the environment for both these great cars and you, our valued customers to flourish. We will enhance the enjoyment and satisfaction of being a Healey owner and restorer, by offering only the best quality parts available and by doing so through the most knowledgeable and caring team of experts in the world.
Aire Valley Transport Group
The Aire Valley Transport Group was formed in the Spring of 2003 by a group of transport enthusiasts from other societies in the Aire Valley. The aim of the AVTG is to restore vehicles that are of historical importance back to their former glory, and put them on show to the public in order to educate them about the history of road transport. The group has now 70 vehicles in its care making it one of the largest collections in the area, it also has a collection of road and enamel signs, traffic lights, petrol cans and pumps, and also a collection of bus memorabilia inc ticket machines, enamel and cast signs, badges,...the list goes on. The group is open to anyone with an interest in transport (with or without a vehicle).
Alex Jupe Motorsport
Alex inherited his passion for Italian cars and almost as soon as he could lift a spanner, he was lucky enough to be restoring his own Alfa Romeo GTV6 and Giulietta. Though his preparation is meticulous, he firmly believes it's a sideshow to the main event, i.e. enjoying a car from the driver's seat. Alex's interpretation of this usually involves going sideways around Goodwood motor racing circuit where he worked for a spell with Mithril Racing. His trade was learnt under the watchful eye of Chris Snowdon and, after studying mechanical engineering in Bristol, he set up Alex Jupe Motorsport in 2001, near Wickham in his native Hampshire. "It's not a job", he says. He (mostly) enjoys it too much!
All Star Limousines
There is no better way to arrive in style than in one of our fantastic stretch limousines or luxury cars.
We pick you up and deliver you in opulence, door to door, for you to make that special entrance normally only enjoyed by celebrities.
Amberley Working Museum
36 acres of crafts, vintage transport, exhibitions, nature trails & more!
Amberley Museum is a 36 acre open-air site dedicated to the industrial heritage of the south-east. Aided by volunteers, the Museum contains a wide range of exhibits, from transport-based collections, such as the Southdown bus collection and the village garage, to industry-based collections, such as the Print Workshop and Wheelwrights. The Museum is also home to a number of resident craftspeople, who work to traditional methods.
Anglesey Transport Museum
Tacla Taid Transport and Agriculture Museum, Newborough Tacla Taid, the Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum, is the largest of its kind in Wales. It features displays of cars, motorbikes, commercial and farm vehicles and static engines. Walk back in time and see over 60 gleaming classic cars and vehicles from the 1920s onwards. Set in a replica of a 1940s cobbled village street, which includes two houses a garage and a shop, with a window displaying old merchandise.
Artist Paul Smith
Welcome to the online gallery of the work by artist Paul Smith. Painting details include accurate sizes, painting close up image and and pricing information. Some of paintings featured are available to purchase online.
Aston Workshop was established by the man who remains its sole proprietor, Bob Fountain, in 1988. Four years in gestation, this specialist car sales and restoration workshop grew out of Bob's personal interest in restoring Aston Martin cars to the highest specifications, ones that would meet the exacting standards of the international market place, for quality classic Aston Martin cars.
ATV 4 x 4 World
Your portal into the wonderful world of cabriolet off road buggies, and our full range of Kazuma Quad Bikes, Kazuma Adventure ATV’s, Kazuma Agricultural ATV’s (All Terrain Vehicle) and Kazuma UTV’s (Utility Terrain Vehicle). More and more Farmers around the world are using Kazuma Quad Bikes, Kazuma ATV and Kazuma UTV’s because of the simplicity of design, durability and reliability. With all these features means easier maintenance and lower running costs. atv4x4world.com was setup by Phil Cowper in September 2009 , who began investigating the importation of cabriolet buggies, Kazuma ATV's, Kazuma UTV's and Kazuma quad vehicles to the UK and Bulgaria for their adventure holiday providers - www.wildbulgaria.co.uk. After intensive research into prices, quality and brands he settled on RouteBuggy, a French manufacturer of Lantana cabriolet buggies, and a major Chinese manufacturer "Kazuma" whose product quality is way above the standard from Chinese suppliers for ATV's, UTV's and Quad bikes.
Austin Healey Worskshop
Rawles Motorsport was founded in 1987, primarily to repair and restore Austin Healeys, but over the years the business has earned a reputation in high quality Classic Car restoration and general maintenance. We moved into motorsport in the 90's and keeping the Race and Rally cars that Rawles service competitive has required continual development of our technical capacity and knowledge.
The Auto Jumblers Association was founded in 1989 by it's current chairman Howard Robinson and is open to anyone interested in AutoJumbles and AutoJumbling. An A5 format Newsletter is produced Quarterly (pending enough content available), giving details and comments on AutoJumbles and Shows. General motoring matters are also covered where these have an effect on AutoJumbling. The AJA is also prepared to mediate in any disputes between members and organisers. Cover is included in the subscription up to a maximum of £5 million, but is restricted to Auto related trading at appropriate events and as for all insurance cover, there is an implied duty of care.
Our monthly magazine is the only one in the world specialising in pre-1960 vehicles of this type, although we do, of course, also feature the more interesting mass-produced family saloons on a regular basis. Unlike so many other old car magazines, we insist original, in-depth research goes into all the material we publish. Instead of recycling endless articles about popular classics of relatively recent types, our authors delve deep into surviving records to find information that has never before been published. Elegantly written, and illustrated by original photographs, technical drawings and artwork, this material makes up a large proportion of The Automobile's content each month. But there is more. In his monthly Finds and Discoveries column, which has appeared regularly in our pages since we started publishing 25 years ago, Mike Worthington-Williams chronicles an astounding variety of older vehicles salvaged from barns, collapsing sheds, farmyards, hedgerows and open fields all over the world. His unparalleled network of scouts and contacts makes this easily the most comprehensive such feature, and the one most regular readers turn to first when picking up The Automobile. Other popular features include our illustrated auction reports, which cover in detail major sales in Europe, the US and Australia as well as the UK; our news pages, which keep readers abreast of all that is happening in the old-car world; our comprehensive accounts of important sporting events such as Classic Le Mans, Pebble Beach, Goodwood and the Brighton Run; and of course our correspondence columns, renowned for the extraordinary erudition shown by our readers in 44 countries.
Autonational Ltd has been serving the worlds Motor Industry for in excess of thirty years.
Originally founded as a distribtor of Autoparts, Autonational quickly moved into the manufacturing area, producing Brake Discs and Drums, Control Cables and Exhaust Manifolds.
This resulted in Troy Components Ltd being formed to take over the manufacturing and to develop and research new products.
Today, we are the foremost manufacturer of classic and sportscar components in the world, producing Discs and Drums for vehicles such as Jaguar XK150, E Types, Mk 9/10, Sunbeam Alpine/Tiger, Rapiers, MGA, MGB, MGC, TR3-4-5-6-7-8, Healey 3000, Stags, Spitfires. In fact, if the car is collectable and desired, we probably make components for it.
Autosports Gallery Ltd
Autosports Gallery are leading worldwide suppliers of motor sport, formula 1 and classic car art. Our collection includes over 400 motoring prints, plus many signed limited editions and original paintings by leading international artists such as Alfredo de la Maria, Alan Fearnley, Nichoals Watts, Benoit Deliege, Michael Turner. We also offer a superb range of blueprints and 1.8 scale models. This extensive collection includes artworks that perfectly depict the very best in Formula One, rallying and classic cars such as the: Jaguar, Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus, Maserati, McLaren, Williams, Triumph, Alfa Romeo, AC Cobra… International racing circuits represented by these artists include: the British Grand Prix, Monaco, Buenos Aires, Le Mans, Monte Carlo, Montreal, Silverstone, and many more!
This site is to help a would be purchaser of any classic car to look out for problems that might be not so obvious on first inspection. It is based on my very unfortunate experience when purchasing an Austin Car.