• Supplying Automotive Heroes of the 1970s, 80s and 90s

    TW Classics is a small operation that has grown out of a passion for cars from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Set up with the aim of providing a variety of makes and models from an era when cars displayed character along with great aesthetic presence. TW Classics holds a small but changing stock at any one time, offering them for sale at realistic and affordable prices.


    Honesty in the representation of each vehicle is a priority at TW Classics; the descriptions and images you will find on this website aim to give a true likeness of all the aspects that would be observed when viewed in person, preventing any misconceptions at the outset.


    Great care is taken when selecting vehicles to be sold at TW Classics; comprehensive service history and evidence the car has been cared for is fundamental to the selection criteria and as a result, buyers can be confident in their purchase.


    We are always on the look out for high quality modern classics, so if you are looking to remove the hassle that arises from selling you car privately please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Please see the Other Services page of this website for more details.


    With regret, the time has come to sell my 2CV which has been part of the TW Classics collection for the last couple of years. It really has been a joy to own, but sadly a change of circumstance is forcing me to sell.


    This 2CV benefited from restoration works in 2012 by 2CV City including new galvanised chassis, floorpan, wheels, tyres and brakes. The car has only covered approximately 2,000 miles since the rebuild.


    With only 4 previous owners the car has covered a very low mileage, which currently stands at 26,100; this is believed to be genuine judging by the condition car and the mechanicals.


    MOT valid until February 2018.

    Finished in the best colour for a 2CV, Sunrise Red, the paintwork is in excellent condition; the only negatives being that upon close inspection one or two very small bubbles are evident on the lower front wings and on the bonnet hinge. The hood was replaced during restoration works and is in as new condition. The underside of the car is in good condition thanks to the new floorpan and no significant corrosion is present.

    The classic minimalist interior is in excellent condition with no damage to the dash, plastic trim or door cards. The seats have been reupholstered and consequently look great with no rips or tears. The sparse amount of electrical items all work as they should.

    The 602cc flat 2 might not be the epitome of performance, but every time you drive a 2CV it's an entertaining event and the unique character and sound of the engine has an important role to play in the fun. Just the fact that the strength of wind and direction can influence your progress is all part of the experience! The ignition has been upgraded to electronic, the engine bay is clean and all the mechanics are in fine order with all oils replaced last year having only covered approximately 500 miles since. The gearbox operates with great precision and the clutch feels like new.

    The car has brand new wheels and Toyo tyres that were installed during the rebuild, both in excellent condition. All braking components work perfectly and the fluid was replaced last year. The car obliviously has the long travel and soft ride suspension characteristics famous to the 2CV suspension which is good working order.


    Viewing and test drives are welcome and highly recommended.


    With regret, the time has come to sell my A610 which has been part of the TW Classics collection for the last couple of years. It really has been a joy to own, but sadly a house move is forcing me to sell and this now represents an incredibly rare opportunity to own one of 68 RHD A610s ever produced.


    In case you didn't already know A610's are renowned for chassis rot thanks to Renault's blasé approach to rust proofing. In July 2016 this car had the full treatment from Renault Alpine Tuning Services (RATS) which, in addition to the rot busting, included full refurbishment / renewal of running gear, suspension components (including Spax coilovers), new brakes, installation of a new clutch assembly and new handbrake cables. Photos of the restoration works can provided upon request.


    Of the 68 RHD A610s this car was the 57th produced and registered in August 1994. It has had 3 owners (including myself), the first of which owned the car from new until 2005. He maintained the car at the recommended intervals with a Renault specialist up until 70,000 miles which is backed up in the service records. The second owner, an Alpine enthusiast, maintained and serviced the car himself until I purchased the car in 2015. Within the history file there is a huge stack of invoices, a fully stamped service book, original owners manuals, every tax disc dating back to 1995 and all MOT certificates from1998. The car has now covered 94,000 miles.

    Finished in Montana Red, the A610 paintwork is in superb condition; the only negative is one or two very small bubbles to the paintwork which are evident on the passenger door (only on close inspection). The black trim is in good condition and has not suffered from any sun damage. All in all, I wouldn't want to the say the paint is 'mint', but it's very close to being so. The underside of the car is very tidy thanks to the restoration works that took place last year.

    The interior is in excellent condition with no damage to the headlining, dash or plastic trim and the seats have no rips or tears. Believe it or not, all electrics work as they should and the air conditioning is blowing ice cold, a rarity for A610s! However, the LCD display in the dash would ideally need replacing as the illumination is quite faint. I've happily lived with this during my ownership.

    The turbocharged 2975cc V6 provides ample torque for smooth acceleration from low engine speeds, but when you want that extra urge the Garrett turbo cuts in and gives you the shove to make seriously rapid progress. The engine bay is clean and all the mechanics are in fine order. All fluids were replaced last year and the car has covered approximately 1,000 miles since. The gearbox operates with great precision and the clutch is brand new.

    The RATS restoration works involved a full overhaul of the suspension components with new balljoints, bushes, and bearings in addition to an adjustable Spax coilover kit. The car subsequently received a full geometry calibration at Blackboots in Chesham who are the best in the business, as a result the car rides and handles probably better than it did when it left the factory in Dieppe. All braking components have been renewed and the ABS module has been replaced. The wheels are in fine order with only one small scuff evident to the offside rear. All tyres have plenty of tread remaining.


    Viewing and test drives are welcome and highly recommended.


  • Previously Sold

    A selection of vehicles previously sold by TW Classics

    Peugeot 205 Mi16 (1988)

    A pocket rocket if there ever was one. 168bhp from the amazing Mi16 lump and 800kg equals lots of fun.

    Ferrari F355 Berlinetta (1995)

    The last true-blood Prancing Horse. Unbelievable engineering and the ultimate appreciating asset.

    BMW M635 CSI (1987)

    Th ultimate in 'shark nose' design coupled with one of the finest production engines ever produced by BMW. It was hard to let this one go!

    Mercedes-Benz 280SE (1972)

    A proper dictators car. A 280SE finished in Arctic Blue with full service history and only 62,000 miles

    Porsche 911 2.7S (1977)

    Fully restored to original factory specification in the rare and eye catching Coppa Florio Blue. Included a full engine rebuild. 

    Bentley Continental GT (2004)

    Oozing luxury coupled with 550 horses of turbocharged pleasure. What's not to like?

    Peugeot 205 GTi (1986)

    The best hot-hatch ever? Quite possibly. Especially this example that had had only 30,000 miles with full history. 

    Audi UR Quattro (1987)

    An Audi UR-Quattro in Pearlescent White in fine order and with full service history. The five cylinder burble will be missed.

    BMW 325i Convertible (1988)

    An excellent example of an E30 Convertible in Alpine White with only 75,000 miles and incorporating the ultra rare factory hard top.

    Yamaha YZF R6 (2003)

    A totally up together and unmolested example of the YZF R6 with only 12,000 miles. Should stick to cars - scarily fast!

    Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG (2005)

    A rare and unmolested example of the supercharged G55 AMG  with a Mercedes service history. Brutal.

    Rover Mini Cooper Sports LE (1998)

    One of a limited run of 100 cars and in fantastic condition with low mileage. Serious fun per mile.

    BMW E23 735I (1980)

    A time warp 1982 735i with only 31,000 miles, full service and a top 80's spec. German engineering at it's wafting best.

    BMW 325i Convertible (1988)

    An immaculate and completely original example of a chrome bumper 325i Convertible in Diamond Black with 86,000 miles and 21 service stamps.

    Jaguar XJ-S HE V12 (1984)

    An original example of the E-Type successor with full Jaguar maintenance records. Addictive and endless torque from that V12. 

    Alfa Romeo Spider 2000 Veloce (1978)

    An immaculate example of a Series 2 Spider in “Verde Inglese” showing only 48,600 miles. Undiluted Italian style at work. 

    Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet (1989)

    944 S2 convertible in classic Guards Red with a full service history. Presented in superb condition. A true portrait of the 80s. 

    BMW 635 CSI (1984)

    A stunning and original chrome bumper 635 in Arctic Blue with only 63,450 miles on the clock. A Bavarian beauty.

    E36 BMW M3 Evolution (1994)

    A two owner car with full service history in the best colour. Last of the truly over engineered BMWs.

    Porsche 944 S2 (1989)

    A 944 S2 presented in excellent condition. This car defied its high mileage having 29 stamps in the sevice book.

  • Other Services

    Selling Your Car

    TW Classics is always on the look out for good quality and interesting modern classics to sell for you, either on a commission basis, or outright purchase. 


    The hassle of selling your car privately will be removed; we will prepare the car, create a high quality advert and arrange viewings. Your car will be marketed with a full description coupled with professional photographs on this website and all the popoular classic car websites.

    Sourcing Cars

    If you having difficulty finding your dream car, or simply do not have the time, be sure to get in touch using the contact form below and we can help locate the classic you have been looking for.

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