Project cars for sale

We have several Pre-War project cars for sale. These can be finished to your taste or sold as part done/ as is.


Please enquire as to prices, as this is subject to condition at time of asking/ your specification.


Any project can be finished to your build spec if deposit is paid.


All cars are privatly owned and not part of Brooklands Enginecraft business.


Vintage Riley Mk.IV car, being built now, Oily Rag two seat 9hp special with aluminium body, pointed tail and outside exhaust.

All origianl lights, cycle wings in aluminium leather seats.


Ready 2018 apply now for more details, deposit makes it yours!.

Woleseley Hornet Special.

Stared restoration of chassis. Will look like the last one we did, shown here. Later crossflow engine.

Body will be made By Brooklands Bodycraft in the Seber Race Style.

Book your place in the driving seat by paying a deposit and get the car made around your desires.


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AC powered Riley Brooklands wide Track 1937. This latest project is still barely risen from the drawing board.

We have the running gear all as found from a 37 Kestrel. The chassis is being transformed into a lengthened “Brooklands” profile which will add 3 inches in the width to a 9hp to allow the use of the wide track axles and extra in the wheel base to accommodate the six cylinder engine.

The engine is an AC, PVT "cats Paw" 2ltr. Six cylinder. The Riley silent 3rd box will have close ratio's and a Borg&Beck lightweight flywheel will be fitted. We have 11”Rotax lights and a Full set of Jaeger instruments.

This will be a rare and mouthwatering steed for the well heeled gentleman to be seen in. Is that YOU?


Riley 12/4 1935. Narrow Track 22T chassis. Armstong pre Selector box. Will be built as a 2 seat special with pointed tail and outside exhaust. Body by Brooklands Body craft.


Riley 9hp 1932 with silent 3rd gearbox. Chassis narrowed at the rear, all rebuilt.

Engine tuned and Newly rebuilt.

For sale on behalf of owner, can be finished by arrangment.



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