For Sale

These ads are a benefit of membership and free to all members of the British Motoring Club of Montgomery.  Just e-mail photos and details to your webmaster and  let us know when it’s sold or you no longer want it listed.

For Sale:

  • 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III, BJ8
  • British Racing Green
  • Frame-Off Nuts & Bolts Restoration (1995)
  • Will consider offer

Contact David Price:

January 2019

FOR SALE:  Die Cast (mostly British) Cars

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Contact Mary Anne Handley at:

January 2019



1980   Make:  Triumph  Model:  Spitfire   Color:  Maroon

Engine:  1.5-Liter  Inline 4 cylinder      Transmission:  4-Speed Manual


My intent was to get this Spitfire road worthy so someone else could enjoy the fun of driving this car.  (I have three other Spitfires)

This Spitfire is a “Driver” and after it was rejuvenated it has been driven.  From Montgomery, Alabama it’s been driven all around locally plus other trips.  One trip from Montgomery it was driven to visit Gatlinburg, Tennessee, The Tail of the Dragon, TN, the Biltmore House in Ashville, North Carolina and the “Wheels Through Time” museum in Maggie Valley, NC.  Another trip was to Pulaski, TN and then over to Lynchburg, TN to visit the “Jack Daniels Distillery”.  Since the Spitfire has been back on the road it has driven over 4000 mile and it drives great.   It’s fun to drive on back country roads and it drives good on the Interstate going 70 mph.  

Known History:  Original this 1980 Spitfire had rubber bumpers but were later changed to chrome bumpers. This Spitfire was purchased from a fellow British Car Club member in late 2016. A father & son had acquired the car in 1998 as a bonding project.  They drove the Spitfire for several years but later put it aside in a home garage for over 10 years.  When I purchased the Spitfire it looked good but just needed some mechanical attention.  It needed to be rejuvenated.  

Below is a photo on the Overlook Highway outside Gatlinburg, TN in the spring of 2017.

The Gold at the end of the Rainbow.

The rejuvenation process: The Spitfire was easy to start.  Changed the oil, flush the cooling system and just put gas in the carburetor and it started right up.  After it was running the next thing to do was to find out what all it needed to get road worthy and trouble free.  Below is a list of most of the items replaced, installed or added. Some of the major systems replaced are: the brakes system, both the hydraulics and hardware; suspension system components; fuel system; wheels & tires; driveline; exhaust system and more.  The electrical system and harness is in good shape.   This Spitfire currently has approximately 74,700 miles on the odometer.

  Photos of the Spitfire at web link –

This Spitfire also comes with a removable Hard Top, a Tonneau Cover and a Convertible Top Boot.

Also included is a new tool kit.

These are most of the items that have been installed and work that has been preformed for the rejuvenation.

– Two Oil & filter changes, Castrol 20w-50.

– Cooling system flush.

– New Engine Thermostat installed.

– New cooling system Hoses and Clamps.

– New Anti-freeze.

– New Radiator cap.

– A general tune-up has been performed: new plugs, timing adjusted, valves adjusted.

– The carburetor has been rebuilt.

– Silicon valve cover gasket installed.

– New Minilite style aluminum wheels and new chrome lug nuts

– New Tires

– New rack & pinion Boots

– New Drive Shaft installed

– New Universal Joints installed on the drive wheels half shafts.

– New Front & Rear Shock Absorbers.

– New Rear Leaf Spring

– Differential fluid changed.

– New Clutch & Pressure plate.*

– New Clutch Master Cylinder.

– New Clutch Slave Cylinder.

– New Brake Master Cylinder                                                   

– New Front Brake Calipers

– New Rear Brake Wheel Cylinders

– New Rubber Flex Brake Lines.

– New Front brake pads. 

– New Rear brake shoes and rear brake kits.

– The rear brake backing plates were sandblasted and repainted, just for looks.

– DOT 5 Silicone Brake Fluid is used.

– New Battery.

– New positive battery cables.

– New Head Lights.

– Bright LED brake and rear turn signal lights and LED brake light bars.

– New brake light switch.

– New windshield fluid washer motor.

– New windshield wiper blades.

– Two different sets of loud horns.

– Radio with speakers installed.

– Dash board voltage stabilizer installed.

– Dash light rheostat switch.

– New Fuel Tank & Sending Unit.

– New rubber fuel lines.

– New fuel filter.

– New Fuel Pump.

– New exhaust system: Pacesetter Exhaust Headers & Stainless Steel Muffler with new hangers.

– Front & rear engine seals replaced, oil pan sealed.*

– New Timing chain.*

– New oil pump.*

– New Engine motor mounts.

– New Tool kit

* – The engine was removed to replace the oil pan gasket and the front and rear engine seals.  These items were replaced with new parts only because the engine was out.  

Understand cars of this type and era are not around much.  Operating the Spitfire is inexpensive. The mechanical aspect of the Spitfire is simple, the parts are readily available and inexpensive; there are clubs and societies worldwide for socialization and information, there are several Facebook pages and websites dedicated to the Spitfire.  The value of these sports cars continues to increase.   

Contact: Blitz Welch  @ 334-322-0095  or  email:

Please contact me and ask questions about the Spitfire

You can buy a Spitfire for less money but you can’t get a Spitfire more complete for the money.


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December 2018

1957 Austin-Healey 100/6

For Sale – 1957 Austin Healey 100-6
• All frame and body work complete by Marty at Jule
Enterprises. Car has never seen any accidents.
• Front Disk Brake
• Many new parts included with sale
• Toyota 5 Speed Transmission
• Includes factory Healey Motor
• Includes BMW motor (Transplant drive)

Daryle Higginbotham

November 2018

For Sale:1967 Triumph TR4A IRS

The car has been in my family since 1981.  It was my first car.  Selling as my work schedule doesn’t allow me to drive and care for it as often as I’d like.  I hope to find it a more attentive home.

  • 46,660 miles
  • $19,000
  • Serviced annually
  • More significant service performed in August 2013 by British Car Service, Marietta, GA
  • Most recent service performed in March 2018 by Empire Autohaus, Pelham, Alabama
  • Information on these service visits is available
  • Will accommodate prepurchase inspection for serious buyers
  • Car located in Birmingham, Alabama area

See for more photos and information

Thomas Longino
(205) 582-7100
October 2018

For Sale:  Hamer is selling his entire shop including British cars, thousands of parts & tools, lift, and the building. Details HERE.

For Sale:  1979 MGB LE

New in last 18 months:  clutch, plate, bearing, slave cylinder, tires, front spoiler, radiator, hoses, alternator, coil, electronic distributor, starter, ignition switch, mtr mounts, head w/APR bolts and studs, pan gasket, front oil seal, rebuilt Weber carb, brake m/c, booster, rotors, calipers, pads, wheel cylinders, shoes, tube shock conversion, Triplex windshield, carpet, battery, am/fm/cd/mp3 player, 4 Boss spkrs, boot cover and frame, steering wheel, fuel pump, trunk carpet and tire cover, steer rack boots, tie rod ends, front suspension bushings, 3 pt seat belts, wheel bearings, rear windscreen. Garaged 20+ yrs virtually no rust; top 3-4 yrs. receipts for above. $8200 obo.

Dan Byrne
Prattville AL

(3 more photos below)

July 2018

For Sale:  Sunbeam Alpine 

I’ve decided to sell this Sunbeam Alpine and didn’t know if anyone in the club might be interested. I’m only asking $6000 for it and it’s a running driving car. Yes it could use a little more work but hey, it’s a British car… they all need a little bit lol. Anyway, just wanted to give you a heads up. Thanks for all that you do.

Brett L. White
Medline Industries
Prattville, AL


May 2018

Free to a good boot deck: Triumph TR6 Luggage Rack

Contact Lynna Meadows

Jan. 2018

MGB Parts For Sale
I have some miscellaneous MGB parts that I would like to see go to good use. I have some new parts and some used parts. Before I put them on eBay, I thought I would reach out to some car clubs.  I rebuilt a 1971 B a few years ago, so everything is appropriate for that model year. Among the items I have are gauges, marker lights, a gas tank filler tube, a hood prop, wiper switch (new), an old fender mirror, horns, miscellaneous cables, etc. etc. and a lot of wire that I salvaged from a new wiring harness. I’m not looking to make any money. Prices will be very good. If someone wants something, please have them send me a note.

David Paradice
Auburn, AL
[Updated June, 2017]

For Sale:

1953 MG TD for sale. Price lowered to $10,000. Last restored in the UK in the 1970’s by a MG restorer. Was a daily driver and is in good condition with some chrome pitting. Paint, although 40 plus years old, is in good shape with no signs of rust. No dents and frame is solid. Garage kept through the years. Car turns over and may need a fuel pump. There is complete documentation of service and owners manual. Must see!!
Contact Diane Bush via Facebook Messenger to make an appointment.

March 2018

For Sale:

Valorie got her face washed today when we got back from church…1970 split-bumper MGB. Nut and bolt restoration. And she’s officially for sale. E-mail me if you’re interested in seeing her. She runs even better than she looks!

Contact Larry Sharpton at:

May 2017

For Sale:

A friend has this 1974 Spitfire for sale. Included is an additional like Spitfire including engine, trans., drive train, body, etc. The current owner purchased the two autos from a couple in the military. The blue car has no rust and runs good with no issues. Interested parties should call Dano per the below. The car is located in Geneva, AL and stored in a warehouse.

Contact Dano;
334.248.3057 cell
334.684.9620 work (
Best to call the work number)

Tom Densmore

March 2017

For Sale:  MGBGT –$1,000.00 
Ben Milam
(334) 358-2888 work
(334) 268-7380 cell
1259 S. Memorial Dr
Prattville, AL 36067
[July 21, 2016]

For Sale:

1970 MG Midget — Running, needs brakes & minor repairs

1970 Austin Healey — Engine & transmission out of car

Either or both for best offer.

Herman Dabney
314 Winderton Drive
Montgomery, AL 36108

[Oct. 2015]


For Sale: My business has completely kept me tied down for the last year.  To the point that I’m going to sell my MG.  I just don’t have time to enjoy it.  I’d prefer to sell it locally, there’s always an off chance I could buy it back at some point in the future.  So, if you know anyone that wants to buy a 1964 MG Midget, right hand drive, mine’s for sale, repainted several years ago but very much of it is in original condition.  It’s the blue one I brought back from England in 2013, it won the President’s trophy at the car club’s car show. Here’s some pics of my little MG.  The old picture is from the 2nd owner, he sent it to me a few years back, have others.  I bought it in Wales in 2013.  It’s a mark 2 so you have roll up windows and the ‘build your own’ top.  I think it’s the best year because it looks fantastic with the top off of it and it has roll up windows.  Originally motor and it hasn’t been rebuilt.  The car was restored about 12 years ago.  I’m the 4th owner according to the V5.  The car only has about 35k miles.  You can trace the old MOTs and see the car was hardly used.  Looking for $10k but open to offers.  Not many right hand drives in the US, it’s definitely a unique car and extremely fun to drive.


Joseph Johnson
[Jan. 2015]
P1030111 MGOC HQ East Anglia P1030107 P1030113  P1030109 First Drive in Wales P1030129P1030100P1030114 P1030110 P1030106 Dartmoor-1969


I need to sell my two MGs.  If you know of anyone in the club who might be interested, please pass the info along.

1976 Midget 1500 (Photos Coming)


1974 MGB GT

Looking for around $5-6K each.    E-mail me at if you would like to ask questions or arrange to see one of the MG’s.

 Al Dorrbecker  [Jan. 2015]

MGBGT-engine MGBGT-rear quarter

MGBGT-left interiorMGBGT-hatch






From Mary Anne Hanley
November, 2012

Books for Sale

Mustang 5.0 Projects Performance and Upgrades, How-tos for 1979-1995

5.0 Mustangs by Mark Houlahan HP Books New  Softbound

How to Build & Modify FORD Fuel-Injected 5.0 liter V-8 Engines by Tom Wilson

Custom Auto Interiors by Don Taylor and Ron “The Stitcher” Mangus New Softbound

FERRARI The Legend by Mark Konig Smith Mark produced by Paragon UK 1998

PORSCHE by Andrew Noakes Paragon Publishing (UK) 2005 Hardbound

MGC Shop Manual, Covers the six-cylinder MGC 1967-1969 Motorbooks International 1989

Automobile Quarterly Fall 1965 Volume IV, Number 2 – M.G.: A History, Wilson McComb.

M.G. Record Cars, Beverly Rae Kimes

SPEEDPRO SERIES – How to Improve MGB, MGC &MGB V8, by RogerWilliams New condition $25

AUTOPRESS LTD Workshop Manuals by Kenneth Ball printed in England, hardbound new condition:

Sunbeam Rapier 1 to 4 1955-1965 and Sunbeam Alpine 1-4 1959-65, $25

Hillman Super Minx Mark 1,2,3 1961-65, $30

Hillman New Minx, Singer Gazelle 1966-70 $30

Triumph Herald 1200 13/60 1969-71 Autobook 761, $20

1100 Mk1 – Austin, 1100 , Morris, Countryman, MG, Traveller, Riley, Princess, Vanden Plas, Mk1, Wolseley 1962-67 Autobook 800, $15

S Type 420 – Jaguar 3-4S, 3-8S, 420 1963-68 Autobook 703 $30

Contact Mary Anne Hanley @ (334) 714-0100 or GLO@TROYCABLE.NET