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Mayflower for sale

Complete car (for spares) and various spare parts

Details from Paul:

The club has been contacted by a non-member who has a complete car and various spares he wants to sell. Apparently the car is not suitable for restoration. His name is Graham Hill and he is located in Frinton-on-Sea.

Contact: Graham Hill – (07917) 388352

Mayflower for sale

Selling due to the current owner moving away

Details from the seller’s original email:

It is with great regret that I have had to sell my Mayflower. We are moving to Torquay and parking is restricted to one resident permit parking space per household.

I turned down the first two viewers as they didn’t seem to be “right”. The third viewer was very enthusiastic and seemed to be extremely experienced when talking about restoration and historic cars. I’ve told him about the Triumph Mayflower Club and furnished him a copy of the magazine.

It is a shame I had to let the car go but if I can find cheap storage when we move to Torquay, I may invest in another but I think it would struggle with! On the plus side, we’ll be mortgage free when we move.

Contact: Bryan Stevens –

Very early car for sale

Ideal for a “Mayflower lover”

A former member, Derek Norris, has asked us to circulate details of his Triumph Mayflower which he is hoping to sell. Derek prefers the car to be sold to a Mayflower lover and is therefore offering it to club members first. The car has been garaged for 20 years and there are many spare parts with it.

  • The vehicle is the earliest one known to the club (TT 355 DL) and was first registered 12/10/1950.
  • It is burgundy.
  • The vehicle comes with its original registration – WMD 111 – which the owner wishes to remain with the car. The vehicle is registered with the DVLA.
  • The vehicle is in Farnham, Surrey.
  • The car will need some attention.
  • There are lots of bits and pieces to go with it as well.
  • The price would be £4,000 to any TMC member.
  • Owner has been offered £3,750 for the plate alone, but they would still much prefer the plate to stay with the car.

Contact: Derek Norris – (07850) 769769 /

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1948 Triumph Mayflower for sale

Serious reasonable offers considered

Most recently advertised in issue 159 of Flower Power.

  • Prefer to sell whole car but will consider parting it out.
  • Would make a good restoration project as it has a battery in it and it does crank.

Contact: Carl Zetterstrom –

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Completely restored Triumph Mayflower for sale


Most recently advertised in issue 159 of Flower Power.

  • First registered on 7th May 1953.
  • Registration number LUY 622.
  • Black with red upholstery; reupholstered and resprayed.
  • New battery fitted in 2016.
  • In good working order.
  • Not been out on the road for five years – has been stored inside.
  • Other items for sale:
    • Driver’s handbook.
    • Service and repair manual.
    • Complete back axle and gearbox.
    • Headlight rim and four chrome wheel discs.

Contact: Tony Kent – (07971) 606102

Location: Ashbourne, Derbyshire

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Triumph Mayflower project for sale

Price on request

Most recently advertised in issue 160 of Flower Power.

  • Comes with all parts needed to finish including some pretty hard-to-get original parts like bumpers, overriders, original interior cloth, etc.
  • Body has never been welded and doesn’t need to be as it’s perfect undernearth and on the sills which include all four jacking points.
  • Underside has been scraped-back from the original paint and undersealed.
  • Door bottoms have been repaired and are ready for spraying with the rest of the car.
  • Front-nearside wing has minor damage where an unknown backed-into the garage door.
  • No rust on the vehicle’s body whatsoever.
  • Has been off the road and stored for at least 30 years.
  • More pictures available on request.

Contact: Howard Pryor – (07956) 544168 /

“B+” state Mayflower for sale

£2,500 w/ all spares

Letter from the seller:

After putting my MayFlower up for sale approximately two years ago and having a few people who were not really interested in look at it, I have been slowly tinkering with it but am finding that due to health reasons I am having to look at selling her again.

In the past two years with the help of various mechanics I have rebuilt the engine and gear box assembly. The engine was then re-fitted by a garage that services all my families cars including the MayFlower.

The car is running nicely after 165 miles but as I said the time has come to sell her and all her spares.

I would put her down as in a B+ state with no rust anywhere. The price with all the spares is £2,500 or any sensible nearest offer.

Yours faithfully,

Mr G. W. Hacker

Click the image on the left to see the list of spares for sale.

Contact: G W Hacker (978) – (01277) 218248

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 /


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A stormshield outdoor cover and a radiator block for sale

Priced individually below

Both on sale for £140 on eBay but available to club members at the discounted price of £100 + postage:

Contact: Bryan Stevens – (07703) 677595 /

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2 carburettors, 1 Dunlop 590 x15 tyre and 1 spare parts book for sale

Priced individually below

Most recently advertised in issue 159 of Flower Power.

  • 2 × 30FA10 carburettors for spares or repairs – £25 each.
  • 1 × Dunlop 590 x15 new old-stock tyre – £35.
  • 1 × spare parts book – £30.

Contact: Kevin Stewart – (07885) 718687 /


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Triumph Mayflower instruction book for sale

I have had a series of conversations with Thierry in France (in both English and French!) about an instruction book for the Mayflower which is currently on French eBay. It has an interesting ‘ERRATA’ pasted inside the cover for the French market, explaining that the bolts aren’t metric!

If you’re a collector – this might be for you.

The link to the eBay listing is below. Thanks, Thierry, for contacting me.

P.s. Could anyone with comments about the ‘Errata’ please let me know.

Rob (website editor)


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 –



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An engine, either running or repairable

Requested by member Terry Critchley

If you can help, please get in contact with Paul and he will put you in-touch with Terry.

Contact: Paul Burgess –


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