Peter Bradfield Ltd specialises in Classic, Sports and Racing cars consigned for sale on a commission basis. The company objective is to offer good value to both buyer and seller with unbeatable commission rates, a high level of expertise, and genuine enthusiasm.
The company aims to provide the discerning seller with the most effective way to find the right buyer. In turn our customers enjoy impeccable service, the opportunity to properly inspect and drive the cars and an ‘open book' transparent transaction.
The company is based in central London and cars consigned for sale can be viewed at the showroom in Reece Mews, a picturesque cobbled street in the heart of South Kensington. In addition to these cars, a portfolio of stock is maintained for sellers who prefer low profile marketing. Peter Bradfield Ltd can also assist buyers find specific cars using a wealth of knowledge and contacts that come from years of experience.
Peter Bradfield is well known in the old car world not only for his enthusiasm but also for his integrity. His long association with all areas classic cars and historic motor-sport are probably a result of his father's passion for older cars, especially Bentleys and so it was no surprise that in the late 1980's Peter could be found working for Charles Howard in his famous Queens Gate Place Mews emporium. Charles is quoted as having said it was the perfect business apart from the cars and the people and Peter quips that he started at the bottom and worked his was down from there. Either way Peter finds being a classic car dealer a marvelous way of almost making a living.
Peter went on to work with some other great names in the business before starting the hugely successful and popular Hall & Bradfield partnership in 2000. In 2009 he formed a new company, Peter Bradfield Ltd.
Peter says that now he is just over 40 it is more important than ever to have his "name above the door" and despite his fame and effortless prowess as a racing driver he plans to concentrate on the business for the foreseeable future and give some others a chance to step up to the winners podium. No one who has seen him in action can forget the sight of him spinning not only the wheels but quite often the whole car. His class win in the 2008 Tour Auto was cruelly foiled by him being placed second and his team's assured victory at the Spa 6 Hour race was only marred by the car blowing up and slightly failing to finish.
While Peter may not take his competition career too seriously he takes the business of selling cars very seriously indeed.