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If you would like to place an advert on this page, please get in-touch with our website editor, Rob (contact details in the sidebar), and he’ll get it published.

The advert will remain on the website for three months after the date of publication and will then be removed. If you have success in selling or acquiring your items in the meantime, please let us know so that we can keep the section relevant and up-to-date.

If after three months you wish for your advert to be re-submitted, please contact Rob again; if this is the case, perhaps you could think about altering the asking price, and possibly submit further photos to enhance the listing and boost your chances of attracting a buyer.

If you are not yet a member, feel free to use this facility to advertise all things Mayflower, but a donation of £10 to the club would be appreciated (cheques made payable to TMC, and sent to the editor; address available on request). This will help in our quest to keep these magnificent cars on the road.

Good luck!

For sale


Self-explanatory: Mayflowers for sale for range of desired conditions, levels of completion and budgets!

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Selling due to lack of time

Update: Price reduced from £595 to £395 (no offers), due to illness.

Alan is having to sell his Mayflower as he no longer has the time, nor good health, to work on it anymore. It is definitely a project! He describes it…

“Spare or repairs.

1951. Complete. No documents.

Good chassis. Engine free and has compression. But no time to get running.

Sills & some floor rotten. Included are 3 photos, Lee has around 20 if you are interested.

£595 ono.”

Contact: Alan Barber – (07534) 947067 or Lee Sharpe (son-in-law) –

(Advert revised: 22/09/2019. To be removed: 22/12/2019 or when sold.)

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Californian’s friend’s Mayflower

Update: The asking price is curently $7,500 OBO. More details and photos available either from Rob (website editor) or from Frank directly.

Frank has contacted us from California in the USA, on behalf of a friend who wants to sell his Mayflower:

  • The car is an early 1950s model, which he is having to sell as he is about to spend his retirement (or at least 10 years) touring the USA in his motorhome.
  • As it is a Californian car, it has zero rust; truly zero!
  • It has been partially “hot-rodded”, but can be returned to standard.
  • It is fitted with a Mitsubishi 4-cylinder engine and transmission.
  • The rear axle is a 2-speed Volvo unit – again it is prepared to bolt right up to the standard springs and mounting points; it requires nothing more than just unbolting and bolting the old one back in.
  • Front suspension has been 100% bead-blasted and powder-coated black.
  • All chrome has been completely re-done, and the body was stripped and is in grey primer ready for colour coat.
  • It currently sits on a rolling bed for ease of moving; if someone was interested, it could be put on full suspension to get it moving.

Contact: Frank Fisher (non-member) –

(Advert revised: 22/09/2019. To be removed: 22/12/2019 or when sold.)

1953 Mayflower for sale


Registration: NFJ 451

Sale due to need to re-build garage and therefore nowhere to store car, as well as a need to reduce collection.

Details from eBay listing:

“Remarkable condition for the year with straight and shiny bodywork. Lots of MOTs with mileage of around 13,000 but cannot warranty it. Runs smoothly with 3 speed all synchro box. New headlining and front carpet. New radial tyres give great ride. New exhaust. No road tax required. I am reducing my collection of classic cars as I am getting on in years. Please phone my mobile on 07880 733164 if you wish to view. Thanks.”

Contact: Martin Herman – (07880) 733164 /

Location: Hayling Island, Hampshire

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Regretful sale of rare very early 1951 series one Mayflower

Looking for around £3,500

With the small back window and lever door handles, lots of money spent, many new parts, excellent chrome, new brakes, everything works, flashing indicators incorporated into sidelights. Car is in Leicestershire.

Contact: Tony Gregory – (07877) 325033 /

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Mayflower project for sale

From the seller:

“Triumph Mayflower/Herald project for sale. Due to ill health I’m having to sell my Mayflower project. It’s an early, small rear window model from 1950. The car is complete BUT the engine has been removed having seized. I intended to replace it with a good 1200 herald engine. This has been done by a couple of club members and it is a very satisfactory conversion. The car will need new sills and wing bottoms fitting, which are supplied. It has a very good underside – no holes. It will need some restoring and bits re-fitting and head lining etc. It seems to have had recent brake work as there are many new bits. I would like around £650 for the car and £250 for the herald engine. Please see attached photo.”

Contact: Mike Cutler – (01773) 778564 /


At the moment there are no parts for sale in this section (of course the spares department always has an extensive selection), but if you wish to have a ‘clear out’, gain a little cash and give others the opportunity to obtain the parts they need to keep their Mayflower on the road, then why not contact Rob to have your advert included?


This section is for memorabilia, instruction manuals or books associated with the Mayflower. If you have any such unwanted clutter, why not advertise it and let it become someone else’s cherished possession!

Triumph Mayflower instruction book (1951-52) for sale

From the seller:

“I have a Triumph Mayflower instruction book 1951-2 in excellent condition including 2 lubrication charts and a list of don’ts for. I would like it to go to an enthusiast. I can be contacted on the [below] email if anyone is interested.”

Contact: Janette Baxter –



If you’ve always wanted a Triumph Mayflower (and why not!?), but the right car for you isn’t yet advertised in the cars for sale section, then you can place a free ‘wanted’ request here, stating the condition you would be looking for (e.g. fully-restored, running but needs attention, or even a complete project), together with your price-range and contact details, and we’ll see if we can put you in touch with a possible seller.

Looking for a Mayflower needing restoration

A non-member, or should I say future member (hint, hint, Christine…) has contacted me to place this advert for a suitable car:

“We are looking to buy a Mayflower needing restoration, this being for use at my son’s wedding next year.

The finances are tight, but fortunately he and his brother are both excellent mechanics and welders, so restoration is not a problem.

We are in Norfolk but willing to travel reasonable distances.

Many thanks,


Contact: Christine Howard (non-member) –

(Advert posted: 27/07/2019. To be removed: 27/10/2019 or when found.)

Long-term Mayflower admirer looking for a rolling vehicle

Colin, a relatively new club member, is looking for a Mayflower after 60 years of admiring them. He is looking for one in “reasonable condition and up-and-running, a rolling restoration, or with room for improvement, so-to-speak”.

He is prepared to re-commission a vehicle from long term storage, as long as it is complete and sound. He says that he doesn’t have time for a full restoration but would consider something that needs a ‘little fettling’.

Contact: Colin (1246) – (07772) 979968

(Advert posted: 27/07/2019. To be removed: 27/10/2019 or when found.)


If you’re in need of a particular part to complete your project, or just to get back on the road again, firstly look in the parts for sale section, as well as the club’s spares catalogue; then you can place a free request here, stating exactly what you need, and we’ll see if we can put you in-touch with a possible seller.

Canadian looking to shell-out for a new radiator grille

A non-member, or should I say future member (hint, hint, Dorien…) has contacted me (Rob) to place this advert:

“A radiator shell/grill is needed in good condition. A non-member who has made a contribution to the club for this advert lives in Ontario, Canada. If you can help, contact Dorien at”

Contact: Dorien –

(Advert posted: 18/01/2020. To be removed: 18/04/2020 or when found.)

Looking for a full set of leather seats

“If someone is breaking a Mayflower, or has acquired a spare set, I am looking for a complete set, front and back, of leather seats in reasonable condition. Would prefer red but would consider other colours. Contact with a couple of photos would be appreciated. Many thanks.”

Contact: Roger Flegg (1222) –

(Advert posted: 22/09/2019. To be removed: 22/12/2019 or when found.)


If you’re looking for a particular book, piece of memorabilia or anything else Mayflower-related, and you can’t find it in the miscellaneous for sale section, then you can place a free request here, stating exactly what you need, and we’ll see if we can put you in-touch with a possible seller.