The Ferrari 412 was the last version of the elegant Pininfarina designed four seater coupé with prancing horse on the bonnet - in production from the early seventies unitl the end of the eighties. Introduced in 1972 as 365 GT 2+2, this grand tourer evolved into the 400 and finally 412, which was produced until 1989 bringing to an end Ferrari's longest ever production series. The 412 was the most sophisticated and luxurious model with a 5,0 litre V12 engine producing 340 bhp. Ferrari made 576 examples of the 412, which makes it quite a rare car. This example was delivered new in France by Ch.Pozzi to its first owner. It came to Denmark in 1993 and remained in the collection of the Danish Ferrari importer for many years until 2006. Then it was purchased by the actual owner, a devoted Ferrari enthusiast, who kept the car in immaculate condition. It must be one of the best examples in the world, with an incredibly glossy paint and a lovely interior. Every single thing works on this car like it was new, which is rather unusual. The engine and gearbox are fantastic and driving this big Ferrari is only a confirmation that the automatic gearbox is the best match for the sweet V12 engine. I
Welcome to the weird world of German bubble cars. The KR175 was the first model introduced by Messerschmitt in 1953 for the mostly broke German motoring public. Messerschmitt was facing a ban on airplane production after World War II, and the KR175 (KR stands for "Kabinenroller") was their first attempt to produce a (micro) car. It has a 175 cc two-stroke engine producing 9 bhp, and top speed should be 90 kph if you are brave enough. The KR175 was produced from 1953 until 1955, and was then replaced by the more common KR200. These early KR175 are very rare and sought after, as from the +/- 15000 examples ever produced only 50 are still known to survive. This example was delivered new in Spain, and was completely restored in 2015. Engine and gearbox were rebuild, and a new canopy was fitted. Everything works as it should, and this KR is 100% ready to use. The tandem seating is really special, and driving this microcar is quite an experience. Wherever the car stops people come and have a closer look at it, and on the road you get many thumbs up. It looks like a rolling piece of modern art, and it wouldn't be out of place sitting in a trendy design living room just as decoration. Micr
This beautiful classic 911T 2.4 Targa is just arrived in our stock. It has the famous "Ölklappe" or external oil filler door, which was only produced for less then a year. This makes it quite a rare and sought after version today. The car was delivered new in US, so it has the more powerful 140 bhp engine. Finished in its original colour combination of silver metallic 8010 with a black interior, it looks very classy. The 911 came to Belgium in 1991, where it had two successive owners. The last owner bought the car in 2008, and had it completely restored to original factory specification by Carrera Motors, one of the official Porsche Centres in Belgium. This impressive restoration is completely documented with many pictures, and a heavy file with invoices for a total amount exceeding 100.000 EUR ! The restoration was finished in 2010, and the car still looks like new. It is a pleasure to drive, and can easily be used as a daily classic. We haven't seen many 911's in a better condition then this example. So if you are looking for a perfectly restored classic 911, with an impressive documentation file as a proof, then this is the one. Finished in one of the best colour combinations, a
There were only 536 Mk2 Sunbeam Tigers built in total, and officially there were no right hand drive home market cars available. However, 12 RHD examples were made : 2 press cars, 4 dealer demonstrator cars, and 6 Metropolitan Police Cars. The Mk2 was rather different from the 1st series of Tigers. Most importantly, it had the 289ci V8 engine as used in the AC Cobra, Ford GT40 and Mustang. The suspension and steering were improved, and it had an egg crate style grill. The example we are offering is one of these 6 ex-Metropolitan Police Cars. Delivered new on 08.06.1967 to the Police Force at Wembley, London, wearing the NYL558E registration. The Tiger was used as high speed pursuit car on the northern roads of Greater London. After two years and 64.488 miles, NYL was decommissioned on 17.10.1969 and sold at auction. The car had 4 owners since, and a complete rebuild in 1986. It is still in fantastic condition and incredibly well documented. Even the original Rootes owners handbook and Roadcraft Police Drivers Manual are still with the car. MOT's are going back as far as 1979, and many period pictures and a photographic record of the rebuild are also in the documentation file. The c
This is a car for the true connoisseur : an extremely well preserved Aston Martin DB2/4, in an impossible to duplicate original condition. A full matching nrs, first registered in England on 02.05.1955, and delivered by E.H. Organ & Sons. The interior is completely original, and just fantastic. Car interiors come rarely in such a nicely patinated condition. Everything functions so well on this car, and it oozes that impeccable fifties atmosphere as we never have experienced before. In the original Boyriven wool headlining, there are many plaques attached from previous Concours d'Elegance for which this Aston Martin was entered in the sixties. As you can expect, this fantastic motorcar has won some trophies at the time ! Technically, this Aston Martin is in a very good condition. It is just serviced and ready for intensive use. The original tools and jack are still with the car, as are the manual and period service books. If you want a classic car with pedigree and in a charming and correct classic look, then this is one for you. As a bonus, this Aston Martin is Mille Miglia eligible, and the perfect entry in the preservation class of all main concours d'elegance around the world. I
Jaguar launched the Series III E-Type in 1971, introducing the brand new 5,3 Litre V12 engine. The car was available with manual or automatic transmission, had standard power steering and only available with the long wheelbase body style. The engine produced 272 bhp and massive torque, and was class leading at the time. The newly used longer wheelbase offered significantly more room in all directions, and it became actually quite easy to get into the car with the longer and higher doors. When production of the E-type ceased in 1975, only 7990 examples of the V12 Convertible were made. This example was delivered new in California in 1974, and is still in very nice condition. The car had a complete repaint a couple of years ago, and also a retrim of the interior was done at the same time. Technically, this E-Type is still fairly original. It comes with many invoices of maintenance work done over the years, and the last owner spent quite a lot of money and time on the car to make it better. A new starter motor is fitted, valves and carburettors are adjusted, rear drive shaft replaced, gearbox overhauled, and a complete brake overhaul is done as well. A nice and interesting improvement
The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette was a completely new design, and had nothing to do with the previous versions. It came with independent rear suspension, and a range of 327 ci. V8 engines offering from 250 bhp up to 360 bhp for the fuel injected version. The car was available with 3-speed and 4-speed manual gearboxes, and of course a powerglide automatic gearbox. Two body versions were available : a coupé version with the (MY1963 only) split rear window and a roadster version. Total production for MY1963 was 21.513 units (10.594 Coupés, 10.919 Convertibles), which makes it quite a rare car. This example was imported from California in 2010 in restored condition. It is finished in its original colour combination of Ermine White (colour code 936A) with Saddle leather seats (trim code 898F) and a beige softtop (code BG). The car has some desirable factory options : 4-speed gearbox, original hardtop and beautiful cast aluminium knock-off wheels. It looks and sounds gorgeous, and is a pleasure to drive. The Corvette has a Belgian registration, and has just received a full service including brake overhaul. A Corvette from 1963 is an American design icon, and a sought after classic sportscar w
The Aston Martin V8 range is the next big thing in the classic car market. These cars are fastly appreciating these days, and with a reason, as it is a magnificent car to drive, with ample power from the famous Tadek Marek developed V8 engine. The V8 was built by hand in the Newport Pagnell factory for a period that spreads from 1973 until 1989, and was one of the most expensive cars money could buy at the time. The one we have just received in our inventory is an early example from 1974. It has the pure lines from the pre-Oscar India cars, and is finished in one of the most beautiful colour combinations for the V8 range. The car was delivered new in England as a RHD car, The last Spanish owner had the car converted to LHD when he purchased the car in 2009. As LHD steering racks are not longer available, this must be one of the last converted cars. and is a unique selling point for this car on the Continent. It comes with a good history file, which states that it is a three owners car. There are many invoices in the file, and interesting documentation. It is a matching nrs, car, and still in its original colour combination but probably repainted once. As it is now 40 years old, it
This AC Cobra 427 is a real factory continuation car, built by AC Cars in 2006 following 427ci street specification. This AC with chassisnr COX3361 is the very last car built by AC Cars in the Frimley factory, and finished by Steve Gray at AC Heritage. This stunning machine is in virtually new and immaculate condition with only 915 miles on the clocks, and offers the most thrilling driving experience. Aluminium bodywork constructed on the original 1965 body jigs to original specification and using the traditional english wheel. All sections are gas welded with parent metal filler rod. The chassis is 100% to original specification, using the original AC factory jig. This example is finished in Guards Red with Black hide interior, and comes with a tonneau cover in black. The engine is a 427 ci. high performance engine built by Southern Automotive, with the following specifications : Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, Melling high volume oil pump, Southern Automotive custom grind hydraulic lift camshafts, Canton 8qt style oil pan, stainless steel intake and exhaust valves, 2 x 4V 390 cfm Holley carburettors and a 9:8:1 compression ratio giving approx. 450 bhp. The engine is mated to a
This is the ultimate version of the proper old school 911 Turbo with 3,3 litre engine. In 964 guise, this Turbo looks already more sophisticated but it is still a real brute on the road with impressive performance. The example we are offering was delivered new in Verona (Italy) in 1991. It only had 4 owners, and is mainly in its first paint and absolutely accident free. The car was ordered in the tasteful colour combination of Nachtblau with full leather interior in black. It comes with full Porsche service history, and has a reasonably low mileage for a 25 years old Porsche. All tools and books are present as well. It is a lovely example and rare to find in this condition. The 964 Turbo 3.3 is a rather rare Porsche, with only 3660 examples made. It is one of the most spectacular versions of the original 911 and in my opinion also one of the most beautiful. This example ticks all the right boxes : low mileage, great colour combination, full service history, rarity and incredibly fast. Now ready for a new lucky owner.
The Lancia Fulvia Sport was a sportier and more aerodynamic version of the Fulvia Coupé, designed by Ercole Spada and built by Zagato for Lancia. It was used for both road and track competitions, and was based on the mechanicals of the Coupé. The top of the range version was the Sport 1600, just like the example we have on offer. It was launched in 1971, and had the same engine as the Rally 1600 HF, producing 115 bhp. The streamlined Sport Zagato could reach 195 km/u , and was the fastest Fulvia ever produced. With only 800 examples produced, this is quite a rare car as well. This example is in great condition. It was completely restored in 2009, which is very well documented with pictures and invoices. It is a pleasure to drive, with the original 5-speed box and great Lancia 1,6 V4 engine. The optional Cromodora alloy wheels fit the car very well, and the fit and finish is really good for a handbuilt italian sportscar from the seventies. A Lancia Fulvia is a great italian classic sportscar, and a popular choice for historic rallying because it is nimble and has a good handling. The Zagato badge and elegant Ercole Spada design make the car even more desirable, and it offers similar
The ultimate Porsche 911 2.4 is the "S" version. This car was the base for the famous 2.7 Carrera RS, and is very closely related to this iconic 911. With 190 bhp available from the six cilinder boxer engine, the performance is almost in Carrera RS territory, and so is the driving experience. Only 979 examples of the 2.4S with "Ölklappe" were produced, which makes it quite a rare car as well. The example we have now in our inventory was originally delivered in Frankfurt (Germany). It still has its matching nrs engine (with Porsche Certificate), while the original Sportomatic gearbox was replaced in the past by a manual 5-speed box. The car in rather original condition and only once repainted in its original colour of Sepia Braun (415). This very seventies colour suits this nice 911 very well. The interior has the important Recaro seat option, nicely trimmed in black leather. The engine starts on the button and runs smoothly. The overall condition of the car is very good, and it has always been a very reliable car which was used regularly. The car is competitively priced, and will appeal to any Porsche enthusiast who really wants to drive his pride and joy. The Targa roof makes it a
With great pride, we offer one of the pioneering cars of the famous rally raid Paris-Dakar : the legendary Renault 20 Turbo 4x4. Built and driven by Claude & Bernard Marreau, and hidden in a private collection for many years. This example was their first attempt for a win in the gruelling desert rally, after some impressive participations in previous editions with a Renault 4 Sinpar. This was from an era when privately entered and home built cars were still a candidate for the win, which made it all even more heroic. The Marreau brothers were passionate about African rally raids, and also very experienced. After the succesful participations with the Renault 4 Sinpar, they were asked by the Renault factory to create a winning car based on the Renault 20. The Regie supplied an unpainted body, which they reinforced and welded. The rear suspension of a Renault Trafic (with live axle) was fitted, as well as four-wheel drive and a different gearbox. The engine was taken from a Renault 18 Turbo, producing 130 bhp. This car got starting nr 174 and participated in the 1981 edition, in which it had two stage victories : Quatre Chemins - Tit (565 km) and Tit - Gao (540km). Unfortunately they
The Ferrari BB (which stands for Berlinetta Boxer) was in production between 1973 and 1984. It was the first Ferrari with a mid-mounted flat-12 engine, replacing the front engined Daytona. Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti during his Pininfarina period, the car was quite a big change for Ferrari. A mid-engined road car was considered too difficult to handle for normal road use, and for that reason it took many years for the engineers to convince Enzo Ferrari to use this layout for a road car. Due to the increasing success of the mid-engined competition cars, the BB was finally ready in the early seventies. After 11 years of production, the BB/BBi was succeeded by the Testarossa. The car we have on offer is a beautiful original car, in immaculate and unrestored condition. This BB has only 16.630 miles on the clocks, and comes with full Ferrari service history, The engine, gearbox and differential are recently completely overhauled (documented), while the paint and interior are still in magnificent 0riginal condition. This BB was delivered new in USA, and came to Europe in 1992. The car is matching nrs and colours, and comes with all books and tools. This unique car is a true collector
The Lamborghini 400 GT, not to be confused with the later 400 GT 2+2, is a very rare car. It became available in 1965 as an option, and was basically a 350 GT with a much larger 4 litre engine in combination with the brand new Lamborghini 5-speed gearbox. The body was identical to the 350 GT, except from the twin headlights configuration. Following different sources Lamborghini only built between 23 and 27 examples, which makes it one of the most exclusive Lamborghini's ever made. It is also one of the most interesting, as it combines the gorgeous looks of the 350 GT with the technical set-up of the more powerful 400 GT 2+2. The example we are offering for sale left the S. Agata Bolognese factory on the 11th of November 1966, and was delivered to its first owner, a certain mr. Bob Estes, in Los Angeles. The car came to Europe in 1990 and was then sold at auction in Paris with a mileage of only 58.625 miles At that time, it was still wearing its original paint of Rosso Alfa, but the Senape leather was painted black. In the same year, it received a French registration with Paris suffix. The actual owner bought the 400 GT in 1997, and commissioned Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera (the
The Studebaker Golden Hawk was the top version of the Hawk series. Designed by Raymond Loewy and based on the earlier Champion and Commander models. The Golden Hawk received the powerful 352ci. Packard engine, producing 275 bhp, and it was one of the fastest American cars on the market in 1956. Many people consider the Golden Hawk as a precursor for the muscle cars, as it combined a big engine in a relatively light sportscoupé body. Two-tone paintwork and upholstery were available, and an automatic transmission and power steering were optional equipment as well. The example we are offering for sale is just back from its first Mille Miglia participation. It was one of the eyecatchers on the starting grid, as it is a huge impressive car with a nice V8 growl. The original colour combination of Tangerine and white (both in- and outside) doesn't make it a shrinking violet either... The car performed the 1000 miles faultlessly, and while many competitors were stranded on the hard shoulder, the big Studebaker continued its way to Brescia in utter comfort. The car was completely restored by an American Studebaker specialist, and was especially bought to participate in the Mille Miglia. It
The Grand Wagoneer was the very first luxury 4x4. Introduced in 1963, and produced for almost 28 years without major changes. The Wagoneer's luxurious interior, big straight six or V8 engines, independent front suspension, power steering and automatic transmission set it apart from any other offroader available at the time. The car became an icon, and is nowadays a very useable and cool classic car. This example with first registration in 1969 is still in very original condition. Apart from a recent engine rebuild and an older repaint, everything is still as it left the factory. The 5,9 Litre V8 engine rumbles nicely, and works incredibly well in combination with the smooth automatic gearbox. This is a proper full size cars, and one of the few classic cars which can actually pull a heavy trailer. The interior is all original and has some signs of use, but is still in rather nice condition. The car comes with a belgian registration, and ready to go anywhere.
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Is there any cooler car than the Lamborghini Espada ? This stunning looking car, based on the striking Bertone designed Lamborghini Marzal concept, was quite unlike anything else on the road when it was launched in 1968. This Italian grand tourer still looks as fascinating today, with a glorious engine and room for four. Perhaps even more surprising than its exotic looks is the way it feels from behind the steering wheel. The Espada features a fully independent suspension, and the combination of the wide track and low centre of gravity endows it with an uncomparable level of body control, certainly compared to other sixties GT's with a live-axle suspension set-up. It remains a car primarily set up for cruising though, albeit one which loves to rev. The Espada’s engine is a variation of the 3.9-litre V12 fitted to the Miura. Smaller carburettors reduce overall power output, but it’s still good for as much as 375 bhp at 7500 rpm, revving all the way to 8000. The long shift action of the gearbox doesn’t like to be rushed, and suits the relaxed nature well. It’s even practical, too. There is genuine space for four adults inside, and the boot is wide and square. This fantastic example i
This is a very rare Wolfsburg built Volkswagen T1 Delivery Van. Supplied new in San Francisco, and finished in its original (and only available) colour Dove Blue. These early Vans are almost impossible to find, as often neglected or just converted to a Samba bus. This example is very correct and original. It starts on the button, and ready to go anywhere. A perfect addition to any Volkswagen or Porsche collection.
Renault launched the R5 Turbo at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1980. It was their response to the rally successes of the mid-engined Lancia Stratos, and while the car was primarily designed for competition also a road version was available for homologation purposes. Originally it was the plan to produce 440 examples, but the car received many positive reactions so Renault built the car until 1986 and sold 1820 examples of the 1st series 5 Turbo and 3167 units of the later Turbo 2 version. The mid-engined R5 Turbo was a real pocket rocket. The turbocharged 1397 cc "Cléon-Fonte" engine produced 160 bhp in road guise, and propelled this 960 kg lightweight car in less then 7 seconds past the 100 km/h barrier. This was very impressive in the beginning of the eighties, and a fantastic base to develop the car further into the succesful rallycar it would become. The original first series R5 Turbo had an aluminium roof and doors, and a slightly different interior, while the later R5 Turbo 2 got a steel roof and doors and a dashboard similar to the front wheel driven R5 Alpine Turbo. The real advantage of these productions changes was that the build quality became improved, and the Turb
With the Carrera nameplate, Porsche had produced their first real production sports car. Named after Porsche’s victory at the Carrera Panamericana, this model mated the potent four-camshaft engine from the 550 RS Spyder into the 356’s unassuming chassis. Called the 1500RS, the Carrera engine was an air-cooled, four-cylinder engine that was designed by Ernst Fuhrmann to be an out-and-out racing unit. This engine used a complex system of bevels and shafts for the valvetrain, as well as a dry-sump lubrication system. Further distinguishing it was an aluminum block with chrome-plated cylinder walls and twin-spark ignition. Fuhrman personally motivated the Carrera 356 after fitting his own car with a four-cam. He recalls “In fact I put the first one in my own car… And people around here drove it and said, ‘that’s not so bad!'” This was good news, since four-cam unit had to sit further back behind the rear wheels than the standard engine. Soon after, Ferry Porsche had a four-cam in his own 356A. In 1956, Porsche introduced the 356 Carrera GS (road version) and GT (race version). A legend was born. This particular example was delivered new in France by Porsche importer Sonauto. Restored i
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider is one of the most beautiful small convertibles of the sixties. A fantastic sportscar which combines style and driving pleasure in the very best way possible. Today, this timeless Pininfarina styled spider is still a very desirable machine whose fair beauty has stood the test of time. This particular car was delivered new in 1964 in the United States, and is an early example with Alfin drumbrakes which is quite a rare feature. It returned to Europe in 1990, and went through a thorough restoration between 1990 and 1992. When finished, the car was registered in Belgium and kept in the same ownership until today. It is a lovely looking car with just the right amount of patina, and with only 7990 km done since the restoration it is still in great condition. This Alfa Romeo is a pleasure to drive with the torquey 1600 cc twin cam engine. An entertaining soundtrack and a great driving position add that little extra to the driving experience. The five speed gearbox shifts easily, and the brakes are still running in as these have just received a complete overhaul. Values of the Giulia 1600 Spiders are still going up, which is no surprise as it is definitely one
This fantastic Dino is completely restored for and under supervision of Matthias Bartz, author of Dino Compendium aka the Dino Bible. It was one of the cars from his own collection, and used as guideline for originality in the M-series section in the Compendium. It is of course full matching nrs and colours, and looks fabulous in Verde Germoglio (only 69 examples ever made in this colour). This Dino has the Ferrari Classiche certification, and comes with a huge file full of restoration invoices. Also the original manual and servicebook are still with the car, as well as all tools. This is probably one of the most interesting and collectable Dino's in the world, and one of the best looking as well in this gorgeous colour scheme. Not really discrete but definitely a colour that suits the magnificent Dino very well.
The Porsche 911 is a popular choice for people who want to drive and enjoy their classic sportscar. Chrome bumper models are the most popular, and the 2.4 model range was the ultimate development before the "G" cars with rubber bumpers came on the market at the end of 1974. These 2.4 versions have the right classic looks, and offer great performance. This matching numbers 911 T-E Coupé is a US version, built on the 1st of August 1972. It comes with desirable factory options like Recaro sports seats and front and rear anti roll bar, and 2.4S front and rear bumpers. In the documentation file is a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, confirming all numbers and colours. The car has a proper club sport racer appearance with deleted rear seat and lightweight style door panels. It sounds and drives fantastic, and looks the business. This is the proper car for the driving enthusiast, and ready to be enjoyed. In 1972 Porsche only built 2931 examples of the 911 T-E Coupé, which makes it quite a rare car compared to modern production volumes. The colour combination of Silver Metallic with black "Pepita" interior works well, certainly with the fitted classic Fuchs alloys. This is your chance t
Most people will agree if we say that the Coupé (or FHC) version of the E-Type Series 1 is one of the most beautiful automotive designs ever made. It is unbelievable that the design of this iconic car was conceived in two weeks, and that sir William Lyons was not very sure that it would appeal to the typical Jaguar customer. It's 55 years later now, and the E-Type is a styling icon and exposed in several important museums as a piece of art. This example is finished in the great colour combination of Opalescent Silver Grey with black hide interior. This colour suits an E-Type very well, and shows the stunning lines perfectly. This E-Type was delivered new in sunny California, and sold 4 years ago to England as a rustfree and extremely sound restoration project. The car was then completely restored in the UK, and supplied to the actual owner by JD Classics. The quality of the restoration is from a very high level, and this E-Type runs as well as it looks. The powerful 4,2 Litre straight six engine produces a glorious sound, and the full synchronized gearbox is a pleasure to use. It's a car perfectly suited for a trip to the South of France, where you will arrive in style and with a b
A good example of the desirable Jaguar E-type Series 1 3,8 Litre is increasingly difficult to find. This model is the most sought after version, due to its pure design with the beautiful aluminium dashboard panels and good looking bucket seats. This example was sold new in France in 1963, and remained with the first owner until 2008. This Parisian medicine covered a mere 71.600 kilometres with the car from new. He had it repainted in white in 1971, and the car was mechanically restored in 2003. The actual owner bought the car in an auction in 2008, and had the car completely restored. It was then repainted in its original colour Opalescent Silver Grey, and the interior as retrimmed in tan hide. The engine was overhauled again, and suspension and brakes were rebuilt. It sits now on slightly wider 6x15 wheels with Avon CR6ZZ road tyres, and it looks absolutely fantastic. It is of course a matching nrs european specification E-Type, which makes it very desireable. The car has now only 72.170 km on the clocks, which is quite remarkable for a 53 years old Jaguar. The Jaguar E-Type in its purest form is a gorgeous sportscar, and even Enzo Ferrari called it the most beautiful car in the w