Dealer profile and vehicle listings for Pendine

Pendine specialise in the sale of historic cars for road and track. Whilst focusing specifically on the immediate post-war period through to the 1970s, our experience ranges from Edwardian racers through to the supercars of the 1990s.

The company is named after Pendine sands, the 7 mile stretch of beach on the south coast of Wales that was the setting for Britain claiming and retaining the land speed record in the 1920s. The record runs started with Malcom Campbell in 1924, Parry Thomas with ‘Babs’ in 1926 and finally Campbell again in the first Bluebird in 1927.

In the spirit of those pioneer racers, our mission at Pendine is to become the leaders in our field, breathing fresh life into the historic car market as we go.

All listings from Pendine

1966 Jaguar E-Type

It is now nearly impossible to find low mileage, unrestored E-Type’s in good condition; this is one of them. An exceptionally original example [...]

1957 Jaguar XK150

This is a very special XK 150 indeed; chassis XB 1001 was a hand built, factory prototype development car. A letter from the Special Facilities [...]

1961 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

– One of the first 50 Right Hand Drive Roadsters – Built in June 1961 – Concours winning restoration – Original colours of Opalescent Silver Grey [...]

1954 Frazer Nash Le Mans Coupe

Introduced in 1953, the Le Mans Coupe was the first closed production car from Frazer Nash.  In essence a Targa Florio with a hard top, the coupe [...]

1965 Ford Mustang HTP Race Car

Everyone loves a Mini. Isn’t it fun to watch them cheekily hassling the big boys? Or a Lotus Cortina. They’re cool, too. But let’s face it; [...]

1985 Aston Martin V8 Vantage XPACK

This Aston Martin is the genesis of the fabled ‘X-Pack’; whilst originally built as a standard production V8 Vantage Coupe in 1985, the car was [...]

1964 Crossle 5S

Founded just a few months after LOLA, Crossle – one of the longest surviving manufacturers dedicated to the production of racing cars – was for a [...]

1959 Aston Martin DBR4

Well Documented, Highly Eligable Historic Grand Prix Car
Over the winter of 1957-58 Aston Martin’s racing department developed a new Formula 1 car, to run alongside their successful DBR1 sports racer. [...]

Austin-Healey 100’S’

Of motor sport, Donald Healey was sure of two things: racing improved the breed and competition success was exceptional publicity. With this in [...]
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