Mercedes Benz CL420 Mercedes Benz have always produced an excellent range of 2 Door Coupes, and this goes back over the decades. When Mercedes today introduce a new S Class, they always produce a coupe version of that car, and today they are known as the CL range. This range is always the pinnacle of automotive engineering with all the latest technology of it’s era. This simply stunning CL left the factory in 1997. Its finished in Azurite Blue with mushroom nappa leather interior. The car has covered 87000 miles and comes with a full service history. The car comes fitted with Climate control which was recently serviced. Electrically adjustable heated seats. CD Stereo. Soft close doors and boot. Its even fitted with Double Glazed Windows. Its so quiet when driving it’ almost feels surreal. Its also fitted with AMG Alloys which make the car sit really well. The paintwork simply gleams. The chrome, never usually one of Mercedes better fitments is just like new. The interior is pretty much unmarked, even the driver’s seat bolster is in excellent condition. If you are seeking a great coupe, in stunning condition from an era when Mercedes Cars were pretty much bullet proof, this car would just be perfect for you and at only £7995 wouldn’t it look fabulous on your driveway!
The Porsche Cayenne is Porsche’s large 4x4. The 4x4 for the serious driver. The Hybrid S is the Environmentally Friendly version. This car, registered in November 2013 is finished in Bright Silver metallic with a full black leather interior. Its covered only 47250 miles from new and come complete with a Full Porsche Service History. This car coms with a huge Factory Spec including: 21” 911 Turbo 2 Alloy wheels with Wheel Arch Extensions Automatically Dimming Rear View Mirrors Bi Xenon Lighting incl Porsche Dynamic Lighting System DAB Radio Driver Memory Package Exterior Package in Black Floor Mats Heated Front Seats Heated Windscreen Light Comfort Package Multi Function Steering Wheel Panoramic Roof System Porsche Communication Package Inc Nav Power Lift Tailgate Privacy Glass Reversing Camera INc Park Assist Roof Rails Sill Protection System Tyre Pressure Monitoring System WheelArch Extensions in Body Colour Wheel Hub Cover with Logo 100 Litre Fuel Tank 8 Speed Tiptronic Gearbox with Auto Stop Start 8 Way power seats. Accessories alone came to almost £12000 when the car was new. Plus Vehicle Excise Duty is only £270 for the year. So why not join the New World of Motoring with Hybrid power for only £37995.
Lotus Elan Sprint 1973 The Sprint was the last version of Colin Chapman’s fabled Elan sold between 1971 and 1973, following the Series 1, 2, 3 and 4. Essentially, the Sprint was an up rated S4, fitted with a more powerful version of the Lotus twin cam engine. Though there are some who see the Sprint as a tuned S4, there is no doubt that Lotus intended it to be a separate version of the Elan (an “S5” in effect) and that it was marketed as such. The Sprint has become one of the more sought after Elan types and they are relatively few in number. This particular car is believed to be the very last Sprint Drop Head Coupe built by the Factory according to Graham Arnold of the Lotus Elan Sprint Register. It’s finished in Carnival Red over Cirrus White with a black leather interior, and fitted true Minilite Wheels not look alike and a new hood. The car is in simply stunning condition having had thousands of pounds spent on a full interior, exterior and mechanical refurb in 2014, and its covered a mere 700 miles since. The paint finish is the finest I’ve ever seen on a Glass fibre body. (The paint work alone cost almost £8000) The history file is huge, and dates right back to 1974. In total the car has covered only 33000 miles from new and as I mentioned previously has covered a mere 700 miles since being rebuilt. This car has had simply the best maintenance programme of just about any car we’ve ever had. If you are looking for a Lotus Elan Sprint, then this car has to be the prize find of the year. It’s condition, It’s history, and the fact it’s believed to be the last DHC made makes it a unique car, and one certain to be an excellent investment over the coming years. Buy it now at only £55995.
1970 Jaguar E Type 4.2 Series 2 Manual Possibly the most iconic sports car of modern times, the Jaguar E Type still turns head even now over 50 years since its launch. The Sweeping curves coupled with its shark nose give high speed looks even when the car is stationary. The E Type we offer for sale here left the factory on the 12th of January 1970 and was sold through the Leeds Distributor, Automobile Centre. The car is still to its original spec and has not been modified in any way. Still in its original factory Signal Red with Black leather interior, still with wire wheels. So the car is original Matching Number spec, and although it has been restored in its life, and finished absolutely superbly, it does represent the Series 2 E Type exactly as it left the factory, and how it went to its first owner, a Leeds business man on 19th of January 1970. It’s also only had 6 keepers in total. The car is showing a genuine 87000 miles, and the history file contains bills invoices and MOT’s going right back to 1970, and that file contains the production record for the car too. The car is simply stunning with the best panel fit of any E Type I’ve ever come across. The paintwork is simply outstanding, and the chrome looks almost like the day the car left the factory in 1970. I’ve known the car for many years as I knew its owner personally. It’s been used properly and cared for like a baby. The owner was a true enthusiast, and as the car was well known, and also known to be both original and well maintained, it was used by Jaguar on a number of occasions for marketing and advertising purposes including the launch of the XK8 in 1996, with a framed photo presented to the owner by Jaguar as a thank you for the loan of the car. This photo comes with the car. If you’re seeking a Jaguar E Type Fixed Head Coupe, and originality is everything, this definitely is the car for you. Totally original, totally stunning and it would grace anyone’s driveway and garage. This car is sensibly priced at only £65995. This condition of the car, its originality, it’s history and it’s provenance make this one very special Jaguar.
1990 Mercedes 500SEL Auto. Nautic Blue with Ivory Leather Interior. AMG Alloys. Electric Everything. Huge Recent Expenditure. More Photos and info here: http://www.classiccarbluebutts.co.uk/Car153a.html This Model Mercedes just climbing the price ladder. £5995 ONO