Here we have this rather charming and extremely rare Riley 4/7212.3.197 Vin Chassis RH.S3.25212M First registered 12.3.1970.
These cars very rarely come onto the market, with just over 70 DVLA-registered they were the most expensive cars of the Farina range – very refined in their day – you had to be fairly wealthy to afford one. The one we have here at Craner Classics cars is a fine example indeed; absolutely rock solid. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS…
Here we have this rather charming and extremely rare Riley 4/72. Vin Chassis: RH.S3.25212M First registered 12.3.1970.
These cars very seldom come on to the market, with just over 70 registered with the DVLA they were the most expensive cars of the Farina range – very refined in their day. You had to be fairly wealthy to afford one. The one we have here at Craner Classics cars is a fine specimen. Absolutely rock solid. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS…
This Riley 4 comes in two-tone green with matching interior to complement PLEASE SEE PHOTOS…
It has a very clean engine bay, and the engine starts instantly and runs excellently. With its very good gearbox this car really is a very nice drive indeed – as mentioned an extremely rare car and very rarely seen nowadays. I personally have spotted the odd one out and about, usually in very poor condition. This one is an older restoration but still looks first-class to this day.
Craner Classics is proud to present this rather striking Morris Oxford first registered 1.10.1970.
Chassis No: MHS-239479M in striking blue and white. This is a very solid example – PLEASE SEE PHOTOS
This model has already had all the expensive work done including all the chrome, which really complements its colours. It has an excellent interior including the roof lining and no cracking whatsoever to the dashboard. The underneath of the car is rock solid – PLEASE SEE PHOTOS..
The front and rear arches are absolutely free of rust, and the engine starts instantly and is very good indeed with an excellent gearbox and a very clean engine bay.
Comes with a full M.O.T ..