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Series 1 Land Rover® (1949)Series 1 Land Rover® (1949) For sale, Land Rover® Series 1 80" (1949) MOT exempt, tax exempt. This stunning "first generation, lights behind the grill" Land Rover® is in truly outstanding condition (we think the photos speak for themselves). The logbook shows declared manufactured 1948, but the enclosed heritage certificate shows a build date...

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Land Rover®- Series 2a- 'YUK'-*Soft Top*Land Rover®- Series 2a- 'YUK'-*Soft Top* For sale Land Rover® Series 2a in Deep Bronze Green (1962). Will be supplied with 12 months MOT and tax exempt (not currently taxed) This lovely Series 2a has  the excellent 2 1/4 petrol engine . This Series 2 drives incredibly well and will happily cruise at 55-60 miles per hour with ease. (New gearbox recently...

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Series 1 Land Rover® (1958)Series 1 Land Rover® (1958) For sale, Land Rover ®Series 1 in Deep Bronze Green (1958) MOT exempt and tax exempt. This beautiful 88" Series 1 has been fully rebuilt, professionally. It has been stripped down to bare chassis, which has been repaired and galvanised. It has then been re built with a newly rebuilt engine (ACR Automotive), and gearbox....during...

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Bedford RLHZ Green Goddess *MOT & Tax Exempt* (1956)Bedford RLHZ Green Goddess *MOT & Tax Exempt* (1956)   For Sale, Bedford RLHZ Green Goddess (1956) MOT and Tax Exempt. Registered 1956, 3000 miles, 4.9 litre petrol engine. Fully documented service history. Excellent condition both mechanically and bodywork wise. This vehicle has been stored inside since decommission so the woodwork is in excellent condition as...

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Land Rover® Series 2 -*MOT & Tax Exempt -Soft Top*Land Rover® Series 2 -*MOT & Tax Exempt -Soft Top* For sale, Land Rover® Series 2 ragtop in Marine Blue (1959) MOT exempt, Tax exempt. Petrol 2286cc. Emily, as she has been known, came to us from Claire, in Watford. She had had her for 11 years, and had known her from new......she has only had four former keepers, and Claire told us a long story of her history,...

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Local Area

The nicest port in th UK- Whitby

The North York Moors Railway

Castle Howard

Why not make a day of it and visit this beautiful part of England?

The Shambles in York

York is just 20 minutes away, and is possibly the most beautiful Roman walled city in the UK. Castle Howard is 20 minutes away, and is one of the finest stately homes in Britain.

The North Yorkshire Moors are within a 20 minute drive, where many attractions are to be found.

The market town of  Thirsk is just five minutes away, and is a great spot for eating and exploring.

www.yorkshire.com/do

For those customers deciding on a place to stop over, close to our premises, we recommend The Fauconberg Arms at Coxwold. Only 10 minutes from us, The Fauconberg has unusually good food and accommodation for a public house. Simon and Helen will make you feel very welcome, and if you mention John Brown , you will receive special treatment, and a discount on the normal room rate….see the photo below, or visit www.fauconbergarms.com

 

We are 5 minutes taxi ride from Thirsk Station