Classified Advertisements - For Sale & Wanted
Our Policy & Details
Adverts submitted on this site will go online as soon as possible after moderation. Adverts will be removed after approximately 2 months. Items are listed with the most recent at the top. Please notify the Webmaster (contacts page) if the advert is no longer required (sold or obtained).
Adverts for Parts (sale and wanted) are in Member Services and require password
The FSOC's Advertising Policy
Although anyone can send us an advert to be published in both the Club magazine or on this website, in this, the general classified advertisement area of the site, we only publish complete cars for sale or wanted here; other items: spares, books, manuals and "wants" are published in the Members-only area. We are keen that potential members can find a car to buy easily enough, but for anything else we'd rather you joined our happy band! It must also be noted that "Wanted" adverts from non-members will be posted at the Club's discretion only.
Place an advert
To get an advert published in the on this site, please fill out the On-line Advertising Form
Sidevalve News is published in Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec. To publish an advert in the 'next' issue please submit before 10th of the month preceding the issue (e.g. before 10th Jan for Feb issue etc).
Important advice to remember when responding to adverts
Please make sure you are entirely satisfied that the item you are buying is as described by the vendor - ask lots of questions and, if possible, make sure you inspect the item fully in person before parting with your hard-earned cash. Where necessary (in the case of an engine or gearbox for example) ask to remove the head, sump or other appropriate cover to confirm the part's condition. The Ford Sidevalve Owners' Club cannot take any responsibility for items purchased from private individuals through this website or the Sidevalve News.
The club would also like to point out that the DVLA may refuse to register a vehicle which does not have a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and/or engine number, and may ask the Police to inspect them. Buyers are also reminded that attempting to register a vehicle using registration details which do not relate to it will also be problematic.
Advice to Advertisers
Whilst we are pleased to state that scams from our website have been extremely rare, please take every care to ensure that anyone responding to your advert is genuine and under no circumstances release your item until the funds are received in full. Please contact email@example.com if you are suspicious and contact the website below to notify a scam.