Our brilliant Triumph Spitfire can comfortably seat one driver and three passengers.
Experience what it is like driving this British classic yourself, or be chauffeured to your destination in style.
Contact us to arrange a pre-viewing.
Our all original Spitfire looks incredible in its 'Conifer Green' body with its removable hardtop, ready for all weathers.
Get behind the wheel yourself, arrive in style, drive someone to an event, or just drive this incredible car!
This beautiful British classic will most definitely turn some heads! It is the perfect way to arrive for your wedding, prom or any other special event.
Fully comprehensive insurance for one driver included with the ability to add drivers at an additional cost.
Nationwide collection and delivery service available.
Enjoy a road trip to wherever you like in the UK with unlimited mileage.
30 minute car tutorial so you are completely comfortable driving your classic car.
If you are looking for more than one car and/or to mix and match with our chauffeur option, package discounts are available.
Professional chauffeur service available.
Price based on a 25 mile radius of Oxted but we will operate nationally.
Plenty of photo opportunities at locations of your choice.
Car decoration of your choice, from our stock, to match your theme.
The Spitfire model was introduced at the London Motor Show in 1962 with the Mark 2 being introduced in 1965. After the success of the Austin-Healey Sprite, Triumph were convinced they could produce a better, more well manufactured sports car. Originally dubbed the ‘Bomb’, the project for the Spitfire was initially halted but, after a takeover from Leyland Motors in 1961, it was given the green light to proceed.
The Spitfire Mk 2 was priced at around £550 for a brand new model. Its 4 cylinder engine provided more power than its predecessor through its revised camshaft gear and new manifold with a top speed of 96 mph. This was pretty impressive back then for a small, inexpensive sports car. It’s price tag (slightly higher than the Austin) was justified as each year it outsold the competition with around 37,000 models being produced in the Mark 2’s two year life span.
This compact British sports car, which has its name taken from the legendary fighter plane, certainly punched way above its weight back in the day. It may have only been a 1147cc engine but, with only 700KG to haul along, the performance is much better than you might think
£245 / Day