Inventory for sale is listed below

Bugeyes shown below are in stock and ready for delivery to your door!

(Other great classics too!)

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1958 Excellent Restored Leaf Green 1275 Bugeye Sprite for sale, “Luigi!”
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1958 Thin Windshield Bugeye Sprite driver for sale called “Hampton!”
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1959 Austin Healey Sprite, restored with automatic transmission! NEW VIDEO Test drive!
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1959 Bugeye Sprite for sale-excellent restored example!
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1959 Bugeye Sprite For sale: Best of the Best!
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1959 Restored Bugeye Sprite for sale- VIDEO @ 70MPH! Five-speed, 1275 engine, disc brakes, wire wheels and more!
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1960 Bugeye Sprite for sale, exceptional and beautifully restored!
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1960 Fantastic restored Bugeye Sprite for sale! Video drive!
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1970 Morgan SUPER Plus 8 for sale, modified, improved, blissful.
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Excellent 1960 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 1 BT7 for sale

1959 Bugeye Sprite for sale-excellent restored example!

This 1959 Bugeye is AN5L 11929, a nicely restored Sprite we call “Lynn.”

This is the perfect car for anyone looking for a stock Bugeye that is completely restored and offered at a great price. The car was completely rebuilt about ten years ago. She shows 3348 miles on the odometer, likely the total mileage the car has covered since its complete restoration.

The car features the original 948 engine (as verified by the Heritage Certificate, included with the sale). The engine was rebuilt during the restoration and shows great oil pressure. The car is completely stock, except for an upgraded high-output starter motor and a brand new rubber mounted electric fuel pump we put in just this week. We have gone through the car and sorted any issues. She now has a new fuel tank and filter, new premium front wheel brake cylinders, new steering column bushings and new rear hub seals. We’ve also fixed a number of annoying smaller issues, to get this car ready for the new owner, and it shows… the car is a delight to drive, better than a new Bugeye when it left the showroom floor.

The floors have been patched and repaired, as has the body, so there is no rust at all. The interior is excellent, with new foam cushions, seat covers and matching blue carpet. The windshield was also replaced during the restoration, as were the rubber gaskets. The paint shines very nicely, as you can see by the vivid sky reflected in the photos in the gallery.

The car wears stock wheels and radial tires. A top bow is included, as well as an older top, which should get you home in a pinch. We can fit a new top instead if you prefer. A new tonneau and side curtains are also available. A scissors jack and lug nut wrench are included in the nicely lined boot, as is a correct original spare tire fit with a newer radial tire.

If you are looking for a delightful and handsome Bugeye this Spring, this could be the right car for you!

Offered at $20,995. To restore a Bugeye Sprite to this level would cost considerably more! Please call for more details. And check out our new shop coming together behind the car in the picture above! We made good progress this week!


Finally! An accurate Bugeye Sprite speedometer, GPS driven!

We are excited to announce our new Bugeye speedometer with GPS sourced accuracy that looks very much like the original Mark 1 Speedo! This speedo will accurately read your speed, every time!

While we are passionate about the original Bugeye instruments, there’s a lot to love about this brand new GPS driven unit. The impetus for this product was customer requests for more speedometer accuracy. The originals were never perfect, and if you start changing your tire size and rear end ratio, you will find the speedo only gets more inaccurate.

With this GPS unit, you also get a host of new features never before offered in a Bugeye Sprite on any planet. By scrolling through the feature menu with the little black button on the face of the gauge, you can see your altitude, compass heading, miles or kilometers, time of day, top speed reached, and my personal favorite, 0-60 time (it’ll tell you quarter-mile time too). Your old-fashioned one-speed windshield wipers are going to be pretty embarrassed sharing a dashboard parked next to all this technology. But if this product makes driving your car more fun and more reliable, we are all for it!

This smart unit runs on ignition key-fed 12 volts and will delivery to your dashboard an accurate speed and digital odometer every where you go. We’ve had dozens of odometer failures on the original mechanical gauges… no more! This unit should last a lifetime.

You will need to stick the small GPS antennae on your dashboard, so your new Bugeye GPS can connect to a satellite (egads, I just used the words “Bugeye” and “satellite” in the same sentence… Elon Musk, can you read me?).

The square display at the bottom of the gauge always shows the odometer at the top, and the trip odometer beneath it, unless you scroll through the menu to show one of the other functions mentioned above, which will replace the trip odometer. EG, you will see odometer on the top display and altitude above sea level, for example, beneath it, if you select that function.

Negative ground required. Very low voltage drain. Easy to wire-up. Instructions included. Made in the USA.

If you have a later or otherwise incorrect speedo in your car, or a non-working speedo or odometer, you will love this product!

Click here to get yours from our catalog.

300 HP 1970 Morgan +8 for sale-new video drive!

This superbly modified Morgan +8 was really popular last week, so it’s back this week with a new driving video any British car lover will enjoy. In fact, the car now has its own website with specs and lots of additional information, which you can see by clicking here, or check out the link below to watch the video of this sophisticated screamer in action!

Don’t do this to your Bugeye Sprite-Part 3

This picture tells the story of time, and what happens as an immobile Bugeye is slowly digested by other non-mobile, non-British flotsam and jetsam.

Never place anything heavier than a feather on the back deck (or nose) of your Bugeye, as it is easy to flex, rumple and/or crease. When pushing these cars, make sure to push from the outer edges near the seams, or from the bumpers, to support your push without denting the rear deck or nose. It can take a lot of hours to make them smooth and fair during restoration once they get dented. It’s best to avoid the problem in the first place.

This is a car that has sat in one place for about 30 years. It’s now on its way to our shop (without the raised panel doors, baskets, and fluorescent light tube) to be made running and driving again.

Don’t do this to your Bugeye Sprite

Here’s one we had not seen before, but it is worth highlighting so it doesn’t happen to anyone else.

Look closely at the brake adjuster at the bottom of the picture above (if you are unfamiliar, it’s the slotted screw in the u shaped bracket sitting on top of the wheel cylinder). This adjuster is meant to sit in a groove on the bottom of the brake shoe. Instead, this one was assembled with the flat side of the shoe on the adjuster, which allowed the adjuster to squirt outward into the drum. As a result, the adjuster happily cut a major groove in the drum as shown below. Not a nice soundtrack. New drum needed.

Don’t do this to your Bugeye Sprite.

Rear brakes on Sprites are super-simple, but they are almost never working properly. Yup, almost never. From experience with 200 plus Bugeyes, a shocking percentage has arrived in our building with wet or otherwise non- functioning rear brakes. That’s what gives drum brakes a bad name. People assume drums are the problem. But non-working drums is the real problem. Pull the handbrake on your Sprite while you are rolling to a stop (in a safe place, please). if not much happens, your rear shoes are not doing their job.

Rear axle seals leak and soil shoes (the dark patches are gear oil on the shoes shown at left, on the other side of the same car, new seal and shoes needed here). Axle flanges leak and soil shoes too. Wheel cylinders leak and soil shoes three. Modern shoes don’t start out life perfectly mated to your drums, and so the new shoes start-out with small contact patches until you them wear in. It takes a while for the shoes to properly mate to the shape of the drum. So all this elevates the possibly that rear drum brakes in particular will be less than effective. They have to be well maintained, properly adjusted and properly set-up. (And then they work quite well!)

You can buy our rear drum brake rehab kit by clicking here.

If you really want to fix the problem once and for all, you can buy our rear disk brake kit. This is an elegant solution and the direction I went with my Bugeye Gumby, so I would never have to deal with these maintenance issues again.
Here’s a photo of the rear disk kit installed on my personal car. You can see the components below. If you want to give your car a great gift, you can purchase a rear disk kit by clicking here.
But no matter what you do, make sure your rear brakes are working!

1970 Morgan SUPER Plus 8 for sale, modified, improved, blissful.

We are proud to offer one of the nicest modified British cars ever to grace our site.

This is a highly modified 1970 Morgan +8 roadster, with 300 HP, capable of 0-60 in 4 seconds, with radically improved features throughout. No expense was spared in the quest to build the ultimate Morgan, with sufficient power to rival many modern performance automobiles. The car is freshly built about 1300 ago, after a three year build featuring an impressive upgraded new 4.0 liter V8 engine with four downdraft Webers, completely upgraded front suspension and rack and pinion steering (to dramatically improve ride quality and performance), vented four wheel disc brakes for exceptional stopping power, overdone cooling enhancements including a large aluminum radiator and supplemental oil cooler, elegant interior appointments and a stunning gray exterior finish.

This is perhaps the ultimate British roadster. You can see the impressive build quality in the video below.

Here’s a list of uprated features that make this car outstanding:

New wishbone front suspension supplied by Mulfab
New 4.0 liter 300 bhp V8 engine (featuring four down draft weber carburetors) custom built by John Eales
New four-wheel disc brakes supplied by Mulfab
New braided fuel lines
New stainless steel fuel tank supplied by Mulfab
New aluminum brake lines
New twin stainless steel exhausts
New twin ceramic coated stainless steel manifolds
New AVO shocks
New dual fuel pumps
New overbuilt, aluminum water and oil cooling systems

New panhard rod supplied by Mulfab
New anti-tramp bars supplied by Mulfab
New light-weight ash and aluminum coach work supplied by Morgan Motors
New Le Mans racing seats supplied by Morgan Motors
New interior trim supplied by Morgan Motors
New electrical system
New Brooklands aero screens and banjo steering wheel
New walnut veneer dash board supplied by Madera Concepts
New LED running lights and turn indicators
New rack and pinion steering supplied by Mulfab
New recalibrated and restored Morgan instrumentation
New switch gear
New Electronic ignition
New Optima battery

+Many more new and uprated accessories.

0-60 in 4-seconds.
60-0 in 120 feet.
Compliant ride/sharp handling.

This is no simple go fast ‘hot rod’, it is a well-engineered marvel that Morgan would be building today if they were free of government regulations, internal politics and market- driven cost constraints. Only the finest purveyors of Morgan-specific, engineered equipment were utilized in the design and build of this stunning vehicle.

Many removed original bits were neatly palletized and included with the sale of the car. Additional comprehensive build pictures are available. A comprehensive video is also available for this car, just ask if you would like to see it.

The car was built for fair weather motoring, but the original windshield, sidecurtains and top can be fit to the car for use in varied climates.

$200k was spent to build this ultimate Morgan. It can be yours for $125k.

We have added a great driving video, as well as comprehensive build information (top right portion of the linked page), which you can see by clicking here! If you like this car, you will love checking out the car’s very own website!

Please call if you are interested in this spectacular vehicle.