This example was used in some major Classic Car Exhibitions notably the 1984 Classic Car Exhibition at the NEC,  the very first exhibition at which the New marque was introduced, and has photographs of the Duke of Kent seated in the driving seat talking to Alastair Naylor (prime developer of the Naylor TF Project) and was also displayed at the Geneva Car show of the following year, as well as other marketing opportunities in the mid 1980’s.

First registered in February 1985 (shortly to become exempt from DVLA excise duty and MOT constraint), the car was quickly re-reregistered by its first owner as YJY 71- still carried into its second and present ownership from 1987.  Clad in Old English White with Black trim and weather equipment, and using chrome wire wheels still carrying the original tyres, this example has covered a mere 16,000 miles. It is an immaculate example, with only one small minor paint blemish, chromium externals in really good condition including the wheels and no deterioration to the interior fabric including seats nor to the weather equipment.

Invoices for maintenance accompany, together with photographic provenance records and a host of past issues of the Naylor car club magazine.

MOT until April 2024, currently on Sorn, but readily taxable for a test drive.

Offers inro £24,000, location West Yorkshire, contact Iain Naylor 07802 467990.