Brook Farm. The Home of Horsepower

1967 Chevron B6

1968 Morgan Moss Box Rover V8 – MOG 1G

John Eales Engine – Bellinger gear box – Alloy body
2014 HSCC HRS Winner Class A and 2nd overall in Championship
2015 HSCC HRS Champion
2016 HSCC HRS Winner Class A and 2nd overall in Championship
Sold with registration plate: MOG 1G
Price on Application
Contact : Kevin Kivlochan – 07768 681211

Ford Winnebago Access Motorhome with Slide Our lounge area
Ford E450 Super duty



Wonderful Condition, Registered August 2010
6800cc, Mileage 11,521
6600KG Gross weight
Gas Conversion
Upgraded Stereo with Woofer Base Unit
Fridge / Freezer, Microwave, Full cooker with hob
Satellite TV, Hot / Cold Aircon, Sleeps 8
Reversing Camera, Awning, Inbuilt generator
two TV’s – one in main lounge area and one in master bedroom
Length – 31st 8in – 9.65 meters
Height – 10ft 11in – 3.34 meters
Width – 8ft 5in – 2.6 meters
Price £40,000 *REDUCED PRICE*

Number plate can be bought separately for £8K (first come, first served!)


1975 Kawazaki 903cc Z1B

Registration no. JUJ 748N
Frame no. Z1F-73771
Engine no. 073442

Having established its performance credentials with the Mach III two-stroke triple, Kawasaki went on to ace the opposition again with the awe-inspiring Z1. The model had been planned in 750cc form in the late 1960s but was beaten to the showroom by Honda’s CB750. Kawasaki’s proposed superbike already had two overhead camshafts to the Honda’s one, so its designers redrew the motor as a 900. Launched in 1972 at the Cologne Show, the big ‘Zed’ set new road-bike performance standards, at least as far as straight line speed was concerned. With 82bhp on tap, top speed was around 130mph, but if the rider used all that power on twisty roads, things could get exciting. As a fast tourer though, the Z1 excelled. Mildly revised, the model was renamed Z900 for 1976. Characterful in the extreme, these early ‘Big Zeds’ are served by an enthusiastic owners club and are increasingly sought after today. Few bikes from Japan have had as big an impact on the motorcycling world.

The machine offered here is an example of the mildly revised Z1B model. Introduced in 1975, the latter featured different tank livery and the plain alloy finish for the engine’s upper half (first seen on the Z1A, the Z1’s having been black) together with minor mechanical alterations including the adoption of a sealed drive chain and the deletion of the chain oiler. An early Z1B to European-market specification, the machine was sold to the previous owner Gerry O’Kane by RWHS Classic Bikes of Market Drayton, Shropshire and first registered in this country in March 2002. The accompanying purchase receipt records an odometer reading of 3,000 kilometres at that time. Restored to concours standard by Mr O’Kane, ‘JUJ 748N’ features a fully rebuilt engine, new paintwork and new exhausts. Briefly tested after restoration to ensure correct running, the Kawasaki has been kept in storage since then and is presented in beautiful condition. The machine is offered with dating certificate, copies of its old Italian registration papers and first Swansea V5 document, current MOT and Tax.



1962 Triumph Trials Tiger Cub

  • 1962, rare works replica
  • Buff log book
  • Certificate of dating
  • Road registered
  • Complete nut and bolt restoration to original pristine condition
  • 130 miles on the clock, since restoration
  • Model TR20
  • First registered 6th April 1962
  • 199cc