*Please note the car pictured in the thumbnail above is an example of what this car will look like when the restoration is completed. This Jaguar is currently undergoing a comprehensive restoration to a show/driver level. To date, this Drop Head Coupe has been thoroughly gone through and its body has been disassembled, photographed, and taken to bare metal with all proper body work being fitted to perfection. The interior is in the process of being re-upholstered by master trimmers in our upholstery department, along with a proper and perfectly fitted new convertible top. The brite work will be re-plated as needed, with all hardware panels done in their proper finish. A rare vehicle with limited ownership and matching numbers, this XK-150 yields a rare engine size of 3.8 liters, which was the largest displacement engine of the period that was available for this model. The 3.8 engine model had a few distinct changes, amongst them a significant difference in the rear tail light fixtures. This restoration is will be completed at the end of 2017, and will present a great opportunity for the collector or enthusiast seeking to add a rare piece of Jaguar history to his or her collection.
**This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our show-driver restoration level. Please see our restoration page for further information. This is a very original, matching-numbers E-Type that has it's original panels, is free of rust, and exhibits no issues. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive and enjoy.
This 1963 Series 1 E-Type has recently benefitted from a comprehensive, professional restoration by Jaguar professionals. The matching-numbers car is presented in a spectacular color combination of White over Red, with a Black convertible soft top. The E-Type has had over $200,000 worth of restoration work performed, and includes many new parts throughout; during the restoration process, the car was stripped to bare metal, metal finished, fitted, primered sealed, painted, wet sanded and buffed to the beautiful finish you see today. In addition, the trimmers at Classic Showcase made a custom-tailored interior in the correct and proper materials. The car’s systems were gone through and the work included rebuilding the engine, transmission, and rear end. The Roadster stands in spectacular condition, and is ready to be shown at your favorite Concours event, or may be simply driven and enjoyed along your favorite road or highway. The car comes complete with a set of Concours quality tools, knock off hammer, jack, owner’s manual and complete documentation and receipts for the restoration work performed. This E-type has many nice features that collectors look for, and presents a fantastic
*Please note that this 1966 E-Type is for sale only as a Classic Showcase restoration project. Please see our restoration page for further information. This XKE has held long term ownership in one family since 1972, and is showing 93k – which is believed to be original. The E-Type has mostly original interior, and a replacement soft top, and comes complete with service receipts totaling over $7,000 in work. The best part here is – it is a matching numbers example that is a solid car with just minor metalwork needing to be completed. The XKE is running and driving condition now, and is an excellent candidate for a comprehensive restoration to show or show/driver level. During the course of the restoration, the roadster will receive the following: the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. The car has not yet been painted, so the color is open to the desire of the purchaser. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch syst
This spectacular example of an XK-150 S Roadster has won first place in (2) JCNA-sanctioned Concours events, including the 2016 Mexico City Concours de Elegance - where it won Best of Show. In addition, the Roadster was driven in parade laps by renowned British F1 racing driver Jolyon Palmer at the 2016 Mexico City Grand Prix. This incredible example has been comprehensively restored by Jaguar professionals and comes in a spectacular color combination of Claret over a Red trimmed interior with Black top. It has only traveled 500 miles since it's restoration, and is a great running and driving car that is ready for the show circuit, or as an excellent investment-grade Jaguar.
*Please note that this 911T is in the process of a restoration to that of a Show/Driver level as of May 2017; if you are interested in purchasing the vehicle and would like a special color combination or any other features, please contact us as soon as possible! This 1973 Porsche 911T is a matching-numbers car with a factory sunroof, and stands as a splendid restoration candidate. The car was built at the factory in December of 1972, has been a California car for the vast majority of its life, and has held long term ownership for the last 25 years. It was initially sold new from a dealership in San Jose, CA in 1973, and the car held very limited ownership for the following 2 decades. The car was put in long term storage from 1993 to the mid-2010's, and rediscovered in 2014 by a Northern California Porsche enthusiast, who found the car at a garage in Pacific Grove, CA complete with its original Blue plates, but needing a battery and some mechanical TLC before getting it road worthy. The car was purchased from the garage, and maintenance and service work were immediately commissioned to get the car back on the road. After acquiring the car, the owner had his Porsche mechanic remove t
This stunning blue with white racing stripe Shelby GT350 is called a “Carry Over Shelby” and was built in 1965, but was held over, and titled as a 1966. It was dispatched 10/26/1965 to City Motors in National City, CA and its first owner was W. R. Evans. It has been set up for vintage racing with an R-Model apron, fuel cell, and fire system, as well as a race clutch and locker rear end. Even though it is driveable on the surface streets, it would not be as much fun. It is presently race prepped, and was race prepped before every race. It was repainted in 2001 and won 2nd place in the Shelby Competition class by popular vote at the SAAC-27 California Speedway in the summer of 2002. It ran the GT350/Trans Am Race at SAAC-27, and at the same event, it qualified 26th, finishing 22nd. It ran the high speed even at SAAC Does Vegas-8 in July of 2004, and the SAAC Does Vegas-10 in February 2006. Since 2001 it has raced at thirteen Coronado Speed Festival events (San Diego, CA); seven Wine Country Classics (Infineon Raceway); eleven Monterey Historic (Laguna Seca, CA); three Seattle Historic races (Pacific International Raceway Seattle, WA); two Portland Historics (Portland, OR); and multip
This “Deluxe” model has the distinction of being one of the rarest MG’s, and one of the prettiest sports cars ever made. Blessed with delicate, flowing lines, the MGA's endearing form is the reason behind its magnetic appeal. We purchased it from its 2nd owner, who had only owned it from late 2013 until now. The original owner passed away, but had used it for his daily transportation where he lived. The 2nd owner did not drive it very much as he was too big for this car, and thus it was passed along to our care. It displays nice patina, and is in its original color combination of Chariot Red over Black. It would benefit from a cosmetic restoration, but it still shows well today. It comes complete with its: original Drivers Handbooks, BMC Maintenance Covenant, Accessories book, several MG magazines, the original Bill of Sale, a file of receipts, its tools, and a jack. You are welcome to buy the car “as is”, or commission Classic Showcase to restore it for you in any color combination you wish, and with which ever amenities your desire.
Here is a great opportunity to own a nice XK8 that has been pampered since new. It started its life in Florida, and has been a California car for the last half of its life, with no snow or ice to cause rust issues. It has an elegant color combination, with a beautiful burl walnut dash and trim. Comes complete with original books and extra keys. It has had a recent service, and is loaded with factory options: Air conditioning that blows cold, power steering, power brakes, power seats, power windows, power convertible top, factory AM/ FM cassette stereo with CD disc changer, and full factory instrumentation. The XK8 is a fabulous handling car with good power, and is very comfortable and sporty. The last owner purchased the car with approximately 55,000 miles and put about 10,000 miles on the car over the past 3 years. Several years ago, the engine was gone through, and the car received four new struts, new front/rear brakes, new battery, new tires were installed, and the two front seats were recovered with Jaguar upholstery. More recently, the car has been meticulously maintained by an independent Jaguar Repair shop locally, where they just went through the entire car including: filt
This restored matching-numbers Series 1 XKE Roadster is full of the style and class that only E-types can deliver. Coming in its original color combination of Opalescent Silver Blue with a Dark Blue interior and hood, this E-Type is sure to please; as a great looking and well-performing example, the Roadster features a number of notable Series 1 features, including covered headlights, center console, arm rests, toggle switches, a 4.2 liter engine with triple SU carburetors, and a fully synchronized, 4-speed transmission. The Roadster has been fully restored by a Jaguar professional, and has been well maintained since the restoration, driven sparingly, and kept in a collection in the San Diego, CA region. The XKE includes a Heritage Certificate verifying its authenticity. This E-Type is a wonderful looking and driving car as, and ready to deliver a driving experience unlike any other!
Here is an incredible opportunity to own a very solid, extremely nice example 1959 Porsche 356 A 1600 Super Convertible D. This incredible survivor has had a good life over several caretakers, where it was properly maintained, and cared for, for over 50 years. It has minimal wear and nice patina. It remains its original Ruby Red exterior and Light Brown interior, with US bumpers as delivered new. It has a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity to verify its birth colors, and numbers. Delivered November 26, 1958, it went to Hoffman NY, where it started its life in the US. During its ownership, the original engine was taken out of the car, and replaced with a rebuilt 356 B engine. This Porsche also comes with the original matching block. One of only 1,331 models made during production, the body is the same as a Speedster, expect for the taller windshield, and roll up windows. This car has been recently serviced, and has received a full vehicle detail by marque experts, Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA. It was fit with a new convertible top, was shod with new tires, it had its distributor rebuilt and set up properly, had a new correct master cylinder installed, a major tune up was perfo
This rare "America Roadster" is in spectacular condition, with only 30,200 original miles, and comes dressed in a gorgeous color combination of Zermatt Silver Metallic and marine Blue. It is all original, and was maintained by Porsche Factory trained technicians. Garage kept by the 2nd owner for over 20 years, it has had only had two owners since new, and comes with a clean Carfax. Well-appointed with all leather Sport Seats for both the driver and passenger, has factory air conditioning, power windows, cruise control, is a fuel injected, and is a factory wide body, which is 1 of 250 produced between 1992-1993. Outfitted with a 3.6 L 6-cylinder engine, 5 speed transmission, it displays great patina, with very little wear showing. The exterior is very clean. Accompanying it upon purchase are its books, records and tools. This car is for the Porsche collector who wants a limited car, in showroom condition, and is very well documented.
It is very rare to ever find a car that looks like it did the day that it left the showroom floor. Here is your opportunity to own one of the most spectacular, original examples in the world today, with very limited ownership. This beauty was meticulously maintained by its 1st owner, who kept the top in excellent condition, the wood gleaming, rear window clear as day, and the Doeskin leather interior soft and supple, with almost no wear. Being a V12 it offers a smooth, and fun ride. It was regularly serviced, and logged down since 1987. With a dutiful previous owner, you will reap the benefits as this Jaguar comes complete with: the original window sticker, original Bill of Sale, Jaguar Certificate of Origin, the original Odometer Statement at purchase, a copy of the original title, comprehensive service records, the owner’s portfolio/books, factory floor mats, original keys, factory trunk tools, the convertible boot/storage bag, the bag that holds the roof panels, and the Intro tape cassette and cassette cleaner kit. It has the unique top that offers both the Targa, or convertible, configuration. Also in the car is an in-car mobile phone system, installed in 1988, and comes with a
The beauty offered here has been restored by a Jaguar collector several years ago, and it presents very well today. We have freshened it up for its new home, and recently rebuilt its correct series engine. The original matching numbers block will accompany it upon the purchase. It has less than 100 test miles on the engine since the work was completed. Classic Showcase also did quite a bit of service work, and improvements, to an already nice car. Outfitted in its original factory black exterior and red leather interior, it matches its Heritage Certificate, and also comes with a period correct Blaupunkt AM/FM stereo. It has the distinguished Series I features of toggle switches, triple carbs, and the more comfortable 4.2 seats, but it is a late production 1967, so people consider it a Series 1.25 E-type. The only difference between the Series I and 1.25 is that it has open headlights. This is a great opportunity to get a factory black and red XKE, that is a great driver and is priced for today’s market.
This restored numbers-matching 1965 Jaguar E-Type Roadster is a great high-end Driver level car, with a smart and sharp look that is ready to drive and enjoy for the upcoming 2017 Spring and Summer seasons! Presenting nicely in an attractive Red and Black color combination, the Roadster comes from a collector who took great care in storing, operating, and maintaining the car. More recently, Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase performed a complete servicing to the XKE’s fuel and hydraulic systems, and have also gone through the car’s mechanical systems to ensure a smooth and strong ride for its next owner. With so many Series 1 exclusive features such as covered headlights, triple SU carbs, toggle switches, and comfortable seats, this fiery Red over Black XKE is a fantastic choice for not only the classic Jaguar enthusiast, but for the new collector in search of a wonderful Series 1 example that is ready to drive and enjoy as-is today.
This spectacular numbers-matching, award-winning 330 GT 2+2 example has been thoroughly restored by Ferrari professionals, and is truly one of the finest examples offered anywhere in the world today. As the recipient of a fully documented and proper restoration, this Ferrari recently competed in and took the “Best in Class Award” at the prestigious Cavallino Classic event in 2016. The highly detailed restoration was comprehensive, and included the engine, transmission, and drivetrain, while careful attention was given to the restoration of the Ferrari’s luxurious red leather interior and components to that of a Concours-level standard. Amongst a number of notable features and included options, this Coupé features the desirable 2 headlamp layout, an Ansa exhaust system, and a set of Weber carburetors to provide the best in power and performance. The Coupé's original wooden steering wheel has been restored as well, and the car rests atop a set of crisp Borrani Wire Wheels along with a set of period-correct Michelin XWX radial tires that are sure to provide a smooth and comfortable drive wherever the car is taken. The Ferrari also features books, an extensive log of receipts, and a fu
This low original mileage Series III sedan is equipped with air conditioning, power sunroof, power driver seat, power windows, power brakes, power steering, leather interior, cruise control and Sony AM/FM radio with cassette player. It has a V6 with automatic transmission and is finished in a Silver exterior with a dark blue leather interior. It has had been cared for by one Jaguar loving family since it was purchased new. This car was well taken care of, and it shows. All gauges, the radio, lights, horn and sunroof all work as they should. It comes with full instrumentation, as Jaguar is known for. The wheels, and tires are still in good shape, and it still carries its original exhaust system. The purchase of this beauty includes the matching spare tire, and jack. This is a great entry level Jaguar that allows you the comfort Jaguar is known for, with style and elegance, in an affordable model.
This Jaguar is in great condition, and is a true time capsule of originality that drives like a dream. It comes dressed in its original, brilliant Signal Red, and sporting a Black leather interior. Mechanically sound, it was always maintained by local Jaguar specialists. The V-12 Engine is very powerful, silky smooth, and very quiet. This beauty comes equipped with: Power steering and brakes, power tinted windows and door locks; Walnut trim inlaid with contrasting matching wood inserts; Leather upholstery, Air-conditioning, Fog lights, Factory AM/FM Radio with tape player, driver airbag, security system, traction control, rear defogger, intermittent wipers, cruise control, and sits upon chrome Sport spoke wheels. Documentation includes: the original Mulroney window sticker, original driver's handbook with passport to service guide, sound system instruction with radio code plus radio supplement tape, security system guide, vehicle care guide, a Jaguar merchandise catalog, a list of parts for XJS cars, as well as assorted service and maintenance receipts. This Jaguar is ready for the road or to be shown, and would make a great daily driver, or a great addition to your collection.
This beautiful 1960 Jaguar XK-150 DHC was delivered new in Canada, and has been a Southern California-kept car since the 1990s. In the 1990s, it received a restoration that consisted of a complete engine rebuild, with the body being restored, and the automatic transmission was taken out and a Tremec 5 speed installed; it was upgraded to disc brakes in the front, with adjustable shocks added; the radiator was re-cored, and it was converted to spin-off oil filter. It is a very good driver, driven regularly since the 1990s, which is how long it has lived in Southern CA. The original color combination is black with a red interior, but the recent owner decided to change it to a tan leather interior with a custom cover for when the top is down. It is a good, honest driver, that needs only a few items attended to in order to make it even better. It comes complete with extensive records of work performed on the car over the years.
Classic Showcase is in the final stages of completing a comprehensive no-expense-spared, nut and bolt rotisserie restoration to the 132nd Jaguar E-Type Roadster ever produced. This first-year production run example exhibits all the early sought-after Series 1 features these cars are known for, including flat floors, welded louvers, and outside bonnet latches. Our team of master craftsmen and technician are finishing the process of getting this iconic example of Jaguar history back to factory standards, and have elevated this already special car to some of the highest Concours standards possible. This E-Type is an excellent candidate for campaigning in your favorite Show or Concours event, making it a wonderful choice for the discerning Jaguar collector looking to pedigree an exceptional, first-generation E-Type example.
This 1962 Jaguar Series 1 E-Type being presented here is an original California Black plate matching-numbers car. It was built and dispatched in the first quarter of 1962, placing it in the most desirable and coveted of the E-Type series. The XKE features a traditional and lively color combination of British Racing Green, over a BASS Biscuit interior in all the proper materials. In addition, our trimmers installed a matching Biscuit top and Boot cover to the roadster, further adding to its beauty, elegance, and sleek lines. This was a single-owned California car for over 20 years, and has benefited from a professional restoration by a well-known Jaguar restorer. The car includes a binder of original receipts and photos documenting the restoration of the car. This Series 1 E-Type offers the collector a wonderful opportunity to experience and own an early Series 1 E-Type worthy of showing, driving, and enjoying - whether you are a seasoned Jaguar collector, or a person who desires to become one.
The very special Roadster presented here is a faithful recreation of a famous car that is steeped in rich Jaguar automotive history. This XK-120 is a fantastic recreation of the famed LT1 factory roadster, and was the recipient of an exhaustive 15 year restoration by the top Jaguar professionals. The roadster remained in the US until September 1989, when it returned to England and began what was a lengthy restoration to its present appearance. Original parts were gathered over a 15-year period, which saw a chassis rebuild by John Wood, while Aubrey Finburgh recreated a correct one-piece aluminum body and mounted it on a tubular steel “birdcage” inner frame. The roadster features sporty and roomy alloy bucket seats, as well as collapsible, aerodynamic Brooklands style windscreens, along with a set of painted wire wheels that match the car's British Racing Green finish. The absence of the bumpers further enhances the sleek and sporty look of the car. The XK-120 is powered by a proper C-Type-spec engine with twin sand cast SU carburetors, while the front brakes are cooled by air scoops. The roadster’s running gear was fully overhauled, its electrical system was rewired, and the origin
(SOLD) This exceptional Jaguar has documented, limited ownership all in Southern California. It has been restored to a High End Driver level recently by Jaguar professionals. During the restoration process: the vehicle was stripped to bare metal, repainted, all of the brite work was re-chromed, new rubber and seals, proper complete new interior, all mechanical systems were gone through, new wire loom installed, new exhaust system was installed, and new wheels and tires were installed. The car will receive a full detail and service by Classic Showcase. Books, receipts and the original warranty information documenting the purchase date and purchase location will accompany the car. The car features wing windows, nurf bars and a luggage rack for the avid adventurer. The Jaguar runs exceptionally well and will make a great addition to any Jaguar collector’s collection.
This 1967 Series 1 E-Type roadster is an incredibly preserved, numbers matching with believed to have only 29,863 original miles as stated from the previous long term owner. It presents in a truly stunning condition of Old English White paint, a matching white hardtop, excellent black soft top, and black leather interior. Jaguar Connection had restored, and maintained, this vehicle for its previous owner. It was stored in a climate controlled facility and driven sparingly. Classic Showcase acquired this incredibly preserved Jaguar and it went through its facility to be taken to a higher level, with all systems gone through and a lot of attention to detail paid to meet their next level standards. This spectacular original E-type shows its incredible beauty and exquisite British looking color combination. The thorough mechanical overhaul was recorded in the car’s log book, which is accompanied by restoration receipts and other records, as well as the Heritage Certificate documenting its authenticity. Now is the time for you to experience one of the most striking and stylish sports cars of all time, the Series I covered headlight 4.2 E-type roadster. It is an ionic design with incredi
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our driver/show-driver/show restoration levels. Please see our restoration page for further information. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. The car has not yet been painted, so the color is open to the desire of the purchaser. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system will be restored and the car will receive all new rubber. All chrome will be re-plated. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive, enjoy and compete in shows.
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, either to a Show-Driver or Show level restoration. Please see our restoration page for further information. This is an original and highly collectible 1967 XKE Roadster. This is a great candidate for a restoration of your choosing. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive, enjoy and compete in shows.
This highly original, 2-owner 1971 XKE Series II Roadster is a matching numbers car with a mere 76,336 original miles showing. A solid car that is full of patina, the E-Type presented here is free of rust, bondo, and hits, and has been professionally serviced with new points and a condenser. The car comes in its original color combination of brown with a beige leather interior, and rests upon on a set of Chrome Wire Wheels that are nicely matched with (4) Pirelli Citurato radial tubeless tires, that include a full spare. There is excellent chrome throughout, and the body and panel fit exceptionally well. The car's engine bay is clean with the original factory emission sticker, chrome excellent throughout, and the car retains the original felt found between the radiator guard and bonnet. The roadster comes with it's original Jaguar Passport, A/C booklet, Owner’s manual, Pioneer radio manual, work receipts, records, and tools. The E-Type has several desirable factory features as well, including A/C, an external luggage rack, and side view mirror. This model was produced at the end of the XKE 6 cylinder production run, shortly before making the switch to the XKE 12 cylinder, making th
The E-Type Roadster presented here is a special 1968 example, and one of the few XKEs popularly known by collectors and enthusiasts as the "Series 1.5" . These E-Types were produced between Series 1 and 2 models, and retain the very favorable 4.2 liter engine and utilize the open headlight bonnets; otherwise, Series 1.5s are very similar to the Series 2 line of cars. This particular example comes from a collection, and is a fine entry-level Roadster that our Master Technicians have recently serviced and road tested - just in time for the upcoming Spring and Summer driving seasons. This Roadster is a great choice for the first time XKE collector, or for the serious collector who is looking for a unique XKE to take to a higher show-level restoration; regardless of the application, this very unique fiery Red over Black Roadster is ready to deliver the excitement and joy that only a classic Jaguar can deliver.
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, either to a Show-Driver or Show level restoration. Please see our restoration page for further information. This is an original and highly collectible, matching-numbers 1967 XKE Coupe. This is a great candidate for an original or modified restoration of your choosing. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive, enjoy an
The 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta Recreation being offered is one of the finest of the GTO replicas built, and is based on one of Ferrari’s original road cars of the period, the 250 GTE 2+2. Considered by enthusiasts as the best possible basis for a 250 GTO reproduction, GTEs were built along three series from 1959 to 1963, with a chassis that is similar in its layout and dimensions to that of the original 250 GTO. 3781 GT was built in France during 1988-1989 using original 250 GTE chassis 3781 GT, which was sold new in France and once owned by Jacques Entremont, who commissioned its conversion to a faithfully executed 250 GTO recreation. Alain Garnier, who was one of the first builders of 250 GTO replicas, accomplished the bulk of the work. Its stunningly recreated GTO bodywork features hand-beaten aluminum alloy panels, while its chassis dimensions, brakes, steering and suspension components are of the same specification as those of the 250 GTO. Finishing work was completed by Philippe Billot in Cannes, France, including the glass and Plexiglas side and rear windows for the car. A set of iconic Borrani wire-spoke wheels and Dunlop racing tires round out the exterior package. Ch