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Antique Car Parts for Uncommon British Vehicles

Kip Motor Company specializes in Metropolitan, London Taxi, and other uncommon, classic British vehicles for parts, service and restoration. We service British makes and models that are no longer supported by their original manufacturer such as Austin (BMC), English Ford, Rootes Group (Hillman, Humber, Singer and Sunbeam),  Standard-Triumph, and Vauxhall plus many more. Our expertise and knowledge of these vehicles is second to none, so call the experts!

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Kip Motor Services the Following Vehicles.
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AEC

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Berkeley B60 or SA322

B60 – SA322

B60 or SA322 used the Anzani 2 cyl motorcycle engine 322cc (15hp). The “60” indicates theoretical top speed. 1956; Production: 163.

B65 – SE328

Berkeley Sports SE328 was fitted with the Excelsior Talisman 328cc 2 cylinder (18hp) motorcycle engine. 1957-58; production: 1,280.

Berkeley B90 SE492

B90 – SE492

The Berkeley Sports SE492 was fitted with the Excelsior Talisman 492cc 3 cylinder (30hp) motorcycle engine. 1957; Production: 666.

B95- B105

The Berkeley B95 was fitted with the Royal Enfield “Meteor” 692cc, 2 cylinder (40hp) motorcycle engine. The B105 with Royal Enfield “Constellation” 692cc, 2cylinder (50hp) engine. Combined production:200.

T60 or T60/4

The Berkeley T60 is a three wheeled car powered by the earlier Excelsior 328cc engine. The T60/4, commonly known as the “Foursome”, also powered by the Excelsior 328cc engine had a back bench for children.

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MGA

1955-62 MGA – Roadster and coupe; 1489cc BMC B-Sereis engine (68hp). 1958-60 MGA 1600 – s1588cc (79.5hp). 1958-50 MGA Twin Cam – twin cams with 1588cc with 4 wheel disc brakes.  1961-62 MGA 1600 Mk II – 1622cc (90hp) engine. Total MGA production: 100,000+.

MGB-C

1962-80 MGB – Roadster & coupe 1798cc B-series engine (98hp); engine changed to 5 main bearing (1965). 1965-80 MGB GT – fastback coupe. 1967-69 MGB Mk II – fully syncronized gearbox. 1970-80 MGB Mk III- Engine down to 65 hp by 1975. 1973-76 MGB GT V-8 – Rover V-8 engine (not imported). Total production 1962-80:  500,000+   <br>1967-69 MGC – Roadster & coupe, 2912cc 6 cyl (145hp) engine, cabe identified by hood bulge & 15 inch wheels. Production:?. 1993- MG RV8 – Updated version of BMG with Rover V-8 engine (not imported).

MGT

1945-49 TC – Roadster (updated preward TB design) 4 cyl 1250cc (54hp); production: 10,000.  1949-53 TD – Roadster with independent front suspension; engine uprated to 57hp; production 29,664. 1953-55 MG TF – Roader, headlights flare into fenders; 1466cc &63hp) engine beg 1955.

MG Magnette

1953-58 1489cc 4 cylinder ZA/ZB; Mk II & IV 1489cc – 1622cc 1959-68

MG Midget

1961-78 -Roadster, badge engineered Sprite Mk II with 948cc BMC A-Seriees engine. 1962-63 – 1098cc (55hp) engine. 1964-65 Mk II engine uprated to 59hp. 1966- Mk III 1275cc (65hp). -1978 Mk IV – Triumph Spitfire 1500cc (51hp) engine.

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Morgan 4/4

1947-51 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster or drophead coupe, 2 or 4 seat; 1267cc 4 cyl Standard engine. 1950-68 Morgan Plus 4 – Roadster (drophead avail 1954-56; 2088cc (68hp) Standard Vanguard engine; 1991cc (90hp) TR2 engine (1954); 100hp TR3 engine (late 1955); 2138cc TR4/4A engine (1959). 1955-68 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster, lower priced than Plus 4. Series II – 1172cc (36hp) Ford side valve engine. 1960-61 Series III – 997cc (39hp) Ford ohv engine with optioanl disc brakes. 1961- Series IV 1340cc (62hp) Ford engine, front disc brakes standard. Series V – 1498cc Ford engine (competition model uses Ford Cortina GT engine). 1963 – fiberglass Coup – based on Plus 4 chassis; production: 26. 1968- Plus 8 – Roadster, early versions have Ford 1600 or Ford Cortina GT1600 engines. Later versions have Rover 3.5L aluminum V-8 (184hp). Since 1971, only propane powered coversion have been imported. (20-30 gas version imported prior to 1971).

Plus 4

1947-51 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster or drophead coupe, 2 or 4 seat; 1267cc 4 cyl Standard engine. 1950-68 Morgan Plus 4 – Roadster (drophead avail 1954-56; 2088cc (68hp) Standard Vanguard engine; 1991cc (90hp) TR2 engine (1954); 100hp TR3 engine (late 1955); 2138cc TR4/4A engine (1959). 1955-68 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster, lower priced than Plus 4. Series II – 1172cc (36hp) Ford side valve engine. 1960-61 Series III – 997cc (39hp) Ford ohv engine with optioanl disc brakes. 1961- Series IV 1340cc (62hp) Ford engine, front disc brakes standard. Series V – 1498cc Ford engine (competition model uses Ford Cortina GT engine). 1963 – fiberglass Coup – based on Plus 4 chassis; production: 26. 1968- Plus 8 – Roadster, early versions have Ford 1600 or Ford Cortina GT1600 engines. Later versions have Rover 3.5L aluminum V-8 (184hp). Since 1971, only propane powered coversion have been imported. (20-30 gas version imported prior to 1971).

Plus 8

1947-51 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster or drophead coupe, 2 or 4 seat; 1267cc 4 cyl Standard engine. 1950-68 Morgan Plus 4 – Roadster (drophead avail 1954-56; 2088cc (68hp) Standard Vanguard engine; 1991cc (90hp) TR2 engine (1954); 100hp TR3 engine (late 1955); 2138cc TR4/4A engine (1959). 1955-68 Morgan 4/4 – Roadster, lower priced than Plus 4. Series II – 1172cc (36hp) Ford side valve engine. 1960-61 Series III – 997cc (39hp) Ford ohv engine with optioanl disc brakes. 1961- Series IV 1340cc (62hp) Ford engine, front disc brakes standard. Series V – 1498cc Ford engine (competition model uses Ford Cortina GT engine). 1963 – fiberglass Coup – based on Plus 4 chassis; production: 26. 1968- Plus 8 – Roadster, early versions have Ford 1600 or Ford Cortina GT1600 engines. Later versions have Rover 3.5L aluminum V-8 (184hp). Since 1971, only propane powered coversion have been imported. (20-30 gas version imported prior to 1971).

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Morris Minor

1948-53 Minor Series MM – 2 or 4 door saloon or 3 door convertible with 918cc 4 cyl side valve (27hp) engine; prdocution: 176,000. 1952-56 Series II – Traveller, van and pickup added; 803cc 4 cyl (30hp) enigne; production:269,838.

Morris 1000

1956-62 Morris 1000 – Curved windshield & larger rear window, 948cc (37hp); production: 554,048. 1962-71 1000 – 1098cc (48hp); production: 303,443.

Morris Oxford

1948-54 Oxford – four door saloon or Traveller. Series MO: 1476cc 4 cyl (41hp) with 4 speed; production: 159,960. 1954-56 Series II – new bodyshell; 1489cc 4 cyl (50hp); production: 87,341. 1956-59 Series III – two tone paint, 55hp; production: 58,117. 1957-60 Series IV Traveller – All steel body with four doors, production numbers included in Series III. 1959-61 Series V – Farina styled body; production: 87, 432.

Other Morris

1948-53 Morris Six – four door saloon replaced by Isis; 2215 cc 6 cyl (70hp); production: 12,400. 1954-56 Morris Cowley – four door saloon, between Minor & Oxford; 1200cc (42hp) engine; production: 17,413. 1956-69 Morris 1500 – 1489cc (55hp) engine; production:4,623. 1955-56 Isis – four door saloon and two door Traveller; basically oxford with big engine; 2639cc 6 cyl (86hp); production 8,541. 1956-58 Series II – 90hp; production 3,614.

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Pathfinder

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

RM

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

RMA

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

One-Point-Five 1489cc

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

Riley 4/68 1489cc

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

Two-Point Six

One-Point-Five 1489cc; Riley 4/68 1489cc; Riley 4/72 1622cc 4cyl; Two-Point Six, 2635cc 6 cyl

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Singer Gazelle

1946-52 SM-9 – Four seat roadster with leather interior; 1074cc (37hp) with 3 speed. 1950-52 4A – Roadster with four speed transmission & vinyl seats. 4B – Deluxe version; late 1952 versions of SM-9 have independent front suspension from SM 1500. 1951-55 SM 1500- four seat roadster (4AD); 1497cc (50hp) engine with Solex carb; most US versions have twin Solex carbs (58hp). Production: 3,450. Singer 4A, Singer 4B, Singer AD, Singer 1500

Singer Chamois

1946-52 SM-9 – Four seat roadster with leather interior; 1074cc (37hp) with 3 speed. 1950-52 4A – Roadster with four speed transmission & vinyl seats. 4B – Deluxe version; late 1952 versions of SM-9 have independent front suspension from SM 1500. 1951-55 SM 1500- four seat roadster (4AD); 1497cc (50hp) engine with Solex carb; most US versions have twin Solex carbs (58hp). Production: 3,450. Singer 4A, Singer 4B, Singer AD, Singer 1500

Singer Vogue

1946-52 SM-9 – Four seat roadster with leather interior; 1074cc (37hp) with 3 speed. 1950-52 4A – Roadster with four speed transmission & vinyl seats. 4B – Deluxe version; late 1952 versions of SM-9 have independent front suspension from SM 1500. 1951-55 SM 1500- four seat roadster (4AD); 1497cc (50hp) engine with Solex carb; most US versions have twin Solex carbs (58hp). Production: 3,450. Singer 4A, Singer 4B, Singer AD, Singer 1500

Singer Roadster

1946-52 SM-9 – Four seat roadster with leather interior; 1074cc (37hp) with 3 speed. 1950-52 4A – Roadster with four speed transmission & vinyl seats. 4B – Deluxe version; late 1952 versions of SM-9 have independent front suspension from SM 1500. 1951-55 SM 1500- four seat roadster (4AD); 1497cc (50hp) engine with Solex carb; most US versions have twin Solex carbs (58hp). Production: 3,450. Singer 4A, Singer 4B, Singer AD, Singer 1500

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Sunbeam Alpine

1949- Talbot 90 – Sedan. Mk II 2267cc ohv 4 cyl (70hp). 1953-55 Talbot Alpine – Large two door convertible; 2267cc (77hp) with 4 speed on column. 1959-67 Alpine- Two seat convertible with removable hardtop; based on Rapier chassis with front disc brakes; 1494cc ohv 4 cyl (78hp) with 4 speed. 1960-62 Alpine Series II – 1592cc (80hp). 1962-63 LeMan – Fastback coupe (approx 150 produced). 1963 Alpine Series III – 82hp (77hp for hardtop). 1964 Alpine Series IV – 87.5 hp, optional automatic transmission, clipped fins. 1965-67 Alpine Series V – 1725cc (92.5 hp). 1964-67 Tiger Mk I – Alpine with beefed up suspension. Mk IA – 260 cid Ford V-8 (164hp); production MK I – 3762; Mk IA – 2705. 1966=67 Tiger Mk II – 289 cid (200hp); production: 672.

Sunbeam Rapier

1949- Talbot 90 – Sedan. Mk II 2267cc ohv 4 cyl (70hp). 1953-55 Talbot Alpine – Large two door convertible; 2267cc (77hp) with 4 speed on column. 1959-67 Alpine- Two seat convertible with removable hardtop; based on Rapier chassis with front disc brakes; 1494cc ohv 4 cyl (78hp) with 4 speed. 1960-62 Alpine Series II – 1592cc (80hp). 1962-63 LeMan – Fastback coupe (approx 150 produced). 1963 Alpine Series III – 82hp (77hp for hardtop). 1964 Alpine Series IV – 87.5 hp, optional automatic transmission, clipped fins. 1965-67 Alpine Series V – 1725cc (92.5 hp). 1964-67 Tiger Mk I – Alpine with beefed up suspension. Mk IA – 260 cid Ford V-8 (164hp); production MK I – 3762; Mk IA – 2705. 1966=67 Tiger Mk II – 289 cid (200hp); production: 672.

Sunbeam Talbot

1949- Talbot 90 – Sedan. Mk II 2267cc ohv 4 cyl (70hp). 1953-55 Talbot Alpine – Large two door convertible; 2267cc (77hp) with 4 speed on column. 1959-67 Alpine- Two seat convertible with removable hardtop; based on Rapier chassis with front disc brakes; 1494cc ohv 4 cyl (78hp) with 4 speed. 1960-62 Alpine Series II – 1592cc (80hp). 1962-63 LeMan – Fastback coupe (approx 150 produced). 1963 Alpine Series III – 82hp (77hp for hardtop). 1964 Alpine Series IV – 87.5 hp, optional automatic transmission, clipped fins. 1965-67 Alpine Series V – 1725cc (92.5 hp). 1964-67 Tiger Mk I – Alpine with beefed up suspension. Mk IA – 260 cid Ford V-8 (164hp); production MK I – 3762; Mk IA – 2705. 1966=67 Tiger Mk II – 289 cid (200hp); production: 672.

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Princess 4L

1958-59 3L – Luxury version of the A105; 2912cc 6 cylinder; production: 500. 1947-54 A110 Sheerline – Four door saloon; 3460cc 6 cyl (110hp); 1950-59 A135 Princess – large, four door saloon; 3460cc; Princess II& III Limo 3993cc (130hp); production: 1090. 1956-59 Mk IV – Princess 150hp; production: 200. 1952-57 4LR Limosine 3993cc (120hp) with optional GM Hydramatic auto transmission; production: 4,118. RR B60 commerical variant product.

Princess 4LR

1958-59 3L – Luxury version of the A105; 2912cc 6 cylinder; production: 500. 1947-54 A110 Sheerline – Four door saloon; 3460cc 6 cyl (110hp); 1950-59 A135 Princess – large, four door saloon; 3460cc; Princess II& III Limo 3993cc (130hp); production: 1090. 1956-59 Mk IV – Princess 150hp; production: 200. 1952-57 4LR Limosine 3993cc (120hp) with optional GM Hydramatic auto transmission; production: 4,118. RR B60 commerical variant product.

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