Dealer profile and featured Classics 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 featured Classics from Pendine

1955 Austin Healey 100 S

One of the four Home Market 100S’s One of the three fitted with a David Brown Aston Martin gearbox Raced extensively in period Ownership known [...]

1971 Porsche 911 2.2 E

Built from 1969 until 1973, the 911E was designed to be the more comfortable and drivable of the 911 range, fitting in between the 911T (Touring) [...]

1990 Nissan NPT-90 Group C

Built in 1990, chassis 90-03 is the NPT-90 that won the 1991 12 Hours of Sebring in the hands of Geoff Brabham, helping him secure his IMSA [...]

1959 AC Ace 289

Despatched on the 15th January 1959 to Competition Motors, California, USA this AC Ace originally left the factory with an AC six cylinder [...]

1970 Aston Martin DB6 MKII Vantage

Launched in 1965 to replace the DB5, the DB6 is often considered to be the last ‘real’ Aston Martin. With a longer wheelbase, the raised roofline [...]


– Two Registered Keepers – Manual – Only 23,000 miles Ordered new by U2 bass guitarist Adam Clayton, it was delivered on the 20th September 1989 [...]


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. [...]
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