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  • 1983 Range Rover Classic

    £35,995

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    • Year: 1983
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  • 2003 Ferrari 575M

    £349,995

    After more than two decades of building exotic, mid-engine, flat-12-powered Boxers and Testarossas, Ferrari returned to its front mounted racing roots with the 575 Modificata. Debuting at the 2002 Geneva Auto Show, the new 575M offered a high revving 515 hp V12 engine, the refined Skyhook suspension system and an optional state-of-the-art Formula 1 inspired transmission. An original range topping example, this Australian delivered 575M was sold new by Lance Dixon Ferrari, Melbourne in 2003. Optioned in the ultimate combination of Rosso Corsa over Black leather interior with contrast red stitching and Rosso carpets this exquisitely maintained 575M is one of the finest we've seen carrying a seriously aggressive road presence. Well optioned this 575M features wing mounted Ferrari shields, the F1 paddle shift transmission and factory 18 inch alloys with Rosso brake calipers. The exceptional overall condition of this 575M is indicative of the low kilometres travelled, just 43,000 kms since new and its complete Ferrari specialist service record, most recently benefitting from an annual service in April of this year. Inside the hand stitched leather dash shows zero signs of age, all dash

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  • 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera

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    Launched in 1983, the Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 perfectly blended traditions of its predecessors whilst adding flashes of modernity, comfort and amplified performance. Incredibly desirable today for a multitude of reasons from aesthetics, usability and its exceptional precision and poise on-road but mainly, it was the car that signalled the continuation of the neunelfer legacy after its pending demise in 1981 selling in record numbers because it was the one supercar that could do Clark Kent during the week as well as it did Superman on the weekend. Available here is an exceptionally well maintained and Australian delivered 1989 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera ordered in Silver Metallic over Black leather with pinstriped inserts optioned with sunroof and the iconic sport body with front and rear spoilers. In superb original condition this numbers matching 3.2 Carrera features the more desirable and silky smooth G50 five-speed manual, four wheel disc brakes, central locking, electric windows, windshield radio antenna and its original Fuchs wheels in excellent condition. The overall condition shows the quality of maintenance this car has received in its 31 year lifespan, from every fitting, the

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    • Year: 1989
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  • 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo

    £169,995

    This is the sports car Ferrari fears the most. With a little help from Audi, Lamborghini delivered the supercar enthusiasts had dreamt of for years - the aluminium V10, 493hp producing, all-wheel-drive Gallardo. More classically styled compared to Lamborghini's usually ostentatious tastes, the Gallardo is a usable slice of supercar, comparable with the Porsche 911 Turbo as much as the Ferrari 360 Modena- only the Gallardo is faster, devouring 0-100kmh in just 3.7 seconds. Travelling just 40,000 kms and benefitting from a complete factory service history this 2004 Gallardo ordered in Nero Osiris Metallic over the extended Black leather interior and Black alloys was sold new by Lamborghini Manchester, UK in August of 2004. Arriving in Australia in 2013 and benefitting from a major service this Gallardo presents in excellent condition and most importantly, features the engaging chrome-gated manual transmission. With zero modifications all tell-tale signs point to the charmed life this car has led. From the firm leather seats that wrap around the driver and passenger perfectly to the small sports steering wheels skin-tight stitching and flawless exterior this rare supercar is unrivalle

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  • 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

    £325,995

    The Paris Motor Show in October 1984 saw the unveiling of the all new Testarossa, heir to the 512 BBi. Well, not at the motor show but at the Lido, a decadent Champs Elysees nightclub throbbing with romping models, CHAKA KHAN and presumably sprinkled with cocaine and Quaaludes. The Pininfarina design broke with tradition asserting futuristic and provocative shapes and lines yet the model took its name from the successful 500 and 250 Testa Rossa series of sports racing cars from the late fifties. It has since become one of the most recognisable and fastest appreciating models Ferrari have ever produced. Featuring a hand-crafted flat 12 engine with four-valves per cylinder, Marelli electronic ignition and Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection the Testarossa devours 0 to 100kmh in a factory quoted time of just 5.3 seconds- incredibly fast even by today's standards. The "Red Head" remained in production until 1991 (7 years) during which time just 438 RHD examples were ever produced, a miniscule number meaning with time these rare cars become ever desirable. We are pleased to offer this very original 1988 model year Ferrari Testarossa finished in Rosso Corsa with stunning Crema leather over R

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    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 16203 mi
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  • 1989 Lotus Esprit Turbo SE

    £46,995

    Styled within the Lotus Design Studio, the Lotus Esprit Turbo SE (Special Equipment) was launched in May of 1989 with a total production run of just 560 units worldwide. The fastest, most luxuriously appointed and naturally most expensive Esprit to date, the SE was designed to outperform the Porsche 911 Carrera devouring the 0-100 km/h sprint in just 4.7 seconds with its signature turbo flutter and race-proven handling. Features the SE offers over a standard Esprit includes twin oil coolers, more efficient aerodynamics and larger/lighter alloys but what really sets this car apart is the addition of a water-to-air intercooler, which Lotus refers to as a "Chargecooler"- increasing power from 228hp to a whopping 280hp. Corresponding to the original Owners' manual, this very original 1989 Lotus Esprit Turbo was delivered new by Chapman Automotive, Melbourne in October of 1992 optioned in Oxford Blue over a two tone Magnolia and Black leather interior. Meticulously maintained with zero expense spared, this Esprit SE benefitted from a major service replacing all drive and air-conditioning belts and all four discs with new pads both front and rear in 2013 as well as a new clutch and refur

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    • Year: 1989
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  • 1957 MG A

    £49,995

    The pioneer for a new breed of MG sports cars, the 'A' entered production in 1955 thrusting the Abingdon Company into a progressive era of automotive design. Gone was the old hat and upright styling of the previous T-series, replaced with sleekly streamlined bodywork that had evolved from a series of racing prototypes. This MG A offers an exciting blend of 1950s styling with seat of the pants driving and sure-footed underpinnings. A very usable car you can enjoy to its fullest as you accelerate right through the rev range with point-and-shoot style dynamics. Offered in Old English White over Black leatherette trim and released from long-term ownership this fastidiously maintained and very original MG A Mk1 carries a striking road presence. Corresponding to the detailed compendium accompanying it this MG A was subject to a sympathetic and professional restoration including engine and transmission rebuild, an entire interior re trim with new plush carpets in 2004 with the car also converted to run on unleaded fuel at the same time. With no expense spared on regular maintenance both before and since the restoration, this MG A drives with characteristic English panache; punchy, alive a

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    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 11463 mi
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  • 2010 Porsche 997 Carrera S

    £149,995

    Simply better. Not just more compact and more efficient but more tractable, faster and better looking. The Series 2 997 Carrera was launched in Australia in October 2008, packed with exciting kit, the 'S' was even better... Beautifully maintained, this 997 911 Carrera S Series 2 was sold new by Porsche Centre Willoughby in September of 2010. Optioned with the finest and fastest features Porsche offer, this example was ordered in Meteor Grey over Black leather interior and features: • Porsches Active Suspension Management • Multifunction Steering Wheel with Smooth Leather • Lightweight Sport Design Alloys • Coloured Porsche Crested Centre Caps Also offering Bluetooth, USB connectivity, Sat Nav, Bose surround sound, parking sensors, cruise control, sunroof and most importantly the more engaging 6 speed manual transmission. Offered in as new condition, the paintwork is excellent, the unblemished alloys feature brand new Pirelli tyres and the interior trim from the steering wheel, seats and dash fittings all feels fresh to the touch. Included with the car are all the leather-bound factory log books, offering a complete and up-to-date Porsche service history, the last in August of this

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  • 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera

    £139,995

    The Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera was introduced in September 1983 to Australia and is regarded as the ultimate development of the original 911. The fuel injected engine was enlarged to 3.2 litres and produced 231hp which was later adjusted to 207hp with the introduction of unleaded fuel. This vehicle features a unique colour to sample of Marble Grey over Olive interior and with pinstripe flannel inserts and looks sensational. Original options include factory short shift, air-conditioning, electric seats and cool 'tele-dial' light alloy wheels to complete the look. Australian delivered through Hamiltons, Melbourne where it remained until 2007 the current NSW owner has had this car serviced exclusively with one of Sydney's premier Porsche workshops and a large and complete service history as well as a Porsche certificate of authenticity accompanies the car. Recently the vehicle has benefitted from a new clutch, top-end motor re-build and refurbished suspension both front and rear allowing the car to run at optimal performance and as Porsche intended. In outstanding condition, outside the uniquely coloured paintwork is flawless and highlights the cars strakes, curves and black accents perf

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    • Year: 1986
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  • 1964 Ferrari 330 GT

    £525,995

    Penned by Pininfarina the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, made its introduction at the Brussels Salon in January, 1964 during the era known in Europe as 'la dolce vita'. Commonly referred to as the Series 1, these early cars offered a distinct quad headlight design and a Gioacchino Colombo designed high output 300hp V12 engine adorned with triple Weber 40DCZ/6 carburettors and mated to the 4-speed manual gearbox complete with overdrive. With a total production run of just 59 cars in right hand drive, these early 330GT 2+2's are not only revered for their race-bred yet very versatile drive, they're also incredibly rare and very collectable, after all the 330 GT 2+2 S1 was John Lennon's first car. Available here, this Australian delivered and very original 330GT 2+2 Series 1 was sold new to Adelaide, South Australia in 1964. Recently released from 23 years of private ownership this 330GT, maintaining as much originality as possible, was subject to a sympathetic programme of restoration and re-commissioning in 1990 through specialists based here in Australia. The exacting detail of restoration means that today, this car presents in excellent condition. Tell-tale signs like the well preserved timb

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    • Year: 1964
    • Mileage: 72678 mi
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  • 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera

    £139,995

    The successor to the Porsche 911 SC and the car that kept the world's most iconic sportscar moniker alive, the Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera delivers the ideal synthesis of classic air-cooled performance and zero driving aids combined with modern creature comforts and traditional 911 styling that was never replicated by Porsche in the 30 odd years of production since. Producing 30 more horsepower than its predecessor for a total of 231hp using the latest Bosch LE-Jetronic fuel injection system the 3.2 Carrera features power assisted brakes, a new front air dam with integrated fog lights, electric windows and mirrors, optional electric sports seats, optional air-conditioning and the choice of a sport body with front and rear spoilers to complete the look. And, due to their excellent build quality and typically pedantic owner fraternity, these iconic 911s still deliver a goose-bump inducing drive and offer a unique investment opportunity as values climb internationally for the best examples. Australian delivered, numbers matching and sold new by John Newell Porsche, Sydney in August of 1985 this meticulously well-kept 911 3.2 Carrera coupé was specially ordered in White Gold Metallic over

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    • Year: 1985
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  • 1994 Porsche 993 Carrera 2

    £129,995

    Released in 1993, the fourth-generation 911 Type 993 represented an 80% evolution over the outgoing Type 964 boasting more curvaceous and rakish architecture penned by the fabled Tony Hatter. Touted as the most collectable contemporary 911, the 993 is Porsche's last truly hand-built car and also the last 911 to offer the hair-raising whirring and purring air-cooled engine so highly sought after today. Uniquely available here is an Australian delivered 911 Type 993 Carrera 2, sold new by Porsche Willoughby and ordered in Polar Silver over Classic Grey leather interior with just one documented owner from new in stunning and original condition. Noticeably treasured, this 993 Carrera 2 is optioned with the automatic tiptronic S transmission, air conditioning, cruise control, Blaupunkt audio, Carrera insignia sill guards, electric seats, windows, mirrors and sunroof and Carrera Cup alloys. All tell-tale signs show just how well this car has been maintained from the flawless perforated leather upholstery, mint condition dash dials and crystal clear instrumentation, even the leather wrapped steering wheel feels as new. The drive is also superb; solid, precise and immensely powerful- a sho

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    • Year: 1994
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  • 1994 BMW E36 M3

    £39,995

    Following their success in the Paris to Dakar rally BMW chose Dakar Yellow as the Hero colour for the E36 M3 models. Selling limited numbers of just 292 in 1994 only 35 where produced in this signature colour. The E36 M3 debuted in February, 1992 and was in showrooms November that year; it was the first M3 powered by a six-cylinder engine, displacing 2990 cc and developing 282 hp. The E36 is also the first M3 to be built in right-hand drive and uniquely available here is one of the first E36 M3's sold in Australia and one of the few in BMW's hero colour Dakar Yellow. Fastidiously maintained this M3 looks, feels and drives like new. One of the best we've ever seen all tell-tale signs from the flawless interior trim still fitted with the original stereo and bucket seats that wrap around the driver perfectly, the blemish free and original BMW Motorsport Alloys and crystal clear paintwork show this car has led a charmed life. Supplementary to a recent extensive, no expense spared major service including new drive belts, plugs and fluids this M3 has also received refurbished front and rear suspension and most importantly undergone the stripping, cleaning and re-building of the VANOS uni

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    • Year: 1994
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  • 1965 Ferrari 330 GT

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    Masterfully designed by Pininfarina and introduced in 1964 to critical acclaim, the elegant Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 was the much anticipated replacement for the 330 America. With sharper curves, quad headlights, a more tapered front end and wider grille, the 330 GT Series 1 asserted a much more aggressive road presence than its predecessors yet catered comfortably for four and we like it... a lot. Built on a tubular steel chassis derived from the GTE with 50 mm added to the wheelbase, the 330 GT Series 1 delivered outstanding usable torque to the road via its 300 horsepower 4 litre V12 single overhead cam engine giving it the ability 0-100 kmh in just 6.3 seconds. This exquisitely presented and original right hand drive Ferrari 330 GT was delivered new to Melbourne, Australia by W.H. Lowe Automobiles in 1965. In total, only 627 Series 1 330 GT 2+2s were produced between 1964 and 1965, of which just 503 received the four speed transmission with overdrive and just 50 of those came in right-hand drive, making this a very rare, very special landmark Ferrari indeed. Outside, the original bodywork is arrow straight and the silver paintwork highlights every subtle curve and strake. This exampl

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    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 79627 mi
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  • 1990 Rolls Royce Silver Spur II

    £42,995

    Introduced during the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Rolls Royce Silver Spur Mk II was the evolution of the markedly successful Silver Shadow. Whilst staying true to traditions of top tier refinement and comfort, the revised Silver Spur also offered some exciting updates including a fully automatic suspension system actively adjusting dampers at all four wheels, ABS and fuel injection as standard. On offer we have this stunning 1990 Silver Spur II optioned in Royal Peacock Blue with matching Everflex roof over light tan soft and sweet smelling Connolly leather. Delivered new in January of 1990 this example features the 3 speed automatic transmission with electric selector, two-level air-conditioning, four-speaker Blaupunkt stereo, cruise control, memory seating, electric adjustable seating front and rear, digital panel with time of day and outside temperature, electric windows and of course polished walnut veneer. Accompanied by the original service schedule and owners manual this example boasts excellent maintenance history and this is evident within the blemish free overall condition of the car. The coachwork and paintwork is flawless, inside the original Connolly leather is stil

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    • Year: 1990
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  • 2002 Porsche 996 GT2 Touring

    £299,995

    Throughout Porsche history the 911 Type 996 GT2 has been the fastest, most driver focused and most expensive version of the iconic moniker. Introduced in 2000, the 996 GT2 uses a race proven 3.6 litre, 483 hp twin turbo power plant, larger ceramic composite brakes, competition derived suspension and an advanced 6 speed gearbox derived from the GT2 race cars which have over 1 million miles of racing under their belts to devour 0-100 kmh in a tarmac scorching, hair raising, white knuckle making 4.1 seconds. With no four wheel drive and zero driver aids, the GT2 quickly gained a reputation for being the ultimate driver's car, wild and incomparably engaging. Coupled with small production numbers and its annulment from the current 911 line-up the GT2 is fast becoming one of the most legendary and collectable modern 911's as all GT Porsche's typically achieve over time. Delivered new by Chateau Moteur, South Australia on the 26th March 2002 this unique 996 GT2 ordered in the more usable Touring Specification has travelled a meticulously documented and incredibly low 17,000 kms, making it ripe for collection. One of just 29 GT2's allocated for Australian delivery this car is in superb, or

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  • 2010 Volkswagen Golf GTi MK 6

    £27,995

    It was way back in the 1970s that Volkswagen pilfered the hot hatch crown from the Mini Cooper S with the Golf GTi. The new kid on the block raised the bar across the board from goose-bump inducing performance, excellent build quality and comfort and arguably remains one of the best cars on the road today. More than 1,706,000 units and 6 Generations of development later, the MK 6 Golf GTi is the benchmark against which all others, before and after are measured- including the latest Mk7, by which all accounts prove the earlier car comes out on top. Stylistically featuring narrower headlights and taillights that give the GTI an altogether lower and more aggressive appearance, stiffer rear anti-roll bar and new diff-lock pacifying the tightest of corners and most importantly, a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder power unit producing more low end torque and 10 additional horsepower over the previous model, it's no wonder the MK 6 is so popular. This excellently well-kept and low kilometre Mk6 2-door features the optional 18 inch alloys and the extended leather interior with optional bucket seats and multi-functional steering wheel that looks and feels brand new. With just one owner f

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  • 1954 Porsche 356 Pre A

    £279,995

    By the early 1950s the very first Porsche, the type 356 had gained fame among enthusiasts around the world for its aerodynamics, surefooted handling, and excellent build quality. A class win at Le Mans in 1951 launched the Type 356 further into the stratosphere with production spanning another 13 years eventually giving rise to the vaunted 911 and making it one of the all-time great sports cars- forever associated with names like James Dean and Janis Joplin. With a lightweight, aerodynamic design, beautifully sculpted interior appointments and a silky-smooth synchromesh transmission mated to a punchy 4 cylinder boxer engine the 356 offers arguably the most pure and enjoyable drive of any classic- hence their world renowned popularity today. This very early and rare Porsche 356 Pre A was delivered new on the 13th of July 1953 by Hoffmans, New York. Numbers matching and still featuring its correct Beige Corduroy interior trim this car still importantly carries the one-piece 'vee' windscreen - typical of late pre-'A' models, the superior optional 1.5-litre engine and its original 16 inch wheels. Restored some years ago and presenting in excellent condition both inside and out this exc

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    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 12276 mi
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  • 2006 Land Rover Defender 110

    £45,995

    A piece of British automotive culture driven by Royals, fox hunters and urban warriors alike, the Land Rover Defender has earned a cult following for its rugged dependability with over 2 million sold worldwide and at least 70 percent of those still globetrotting today. Seemingly styled with a butcher's knife, the Defender's signature design has remained largely unchanged for nearly 70 years. But as of the 29th January 2016, Defender production has sadly come to an end, as all good things must. Available here is a 5th generation Land Rover Defender featuring the fabled "Storm Project" 2.5 litre 5 cylinder turbodiesel engine that has proven itself on numerous expeditions across hostile terrain around the globe, including Land Rover's own G4 Challenge. This excellently prepared 2006 Land Rover Defender 110 TDi was sold new by Alto Land Rover, Sydney in December of 2006 and features cloth trim, air-conditioning, towbar, 16 inch Boost alloy wheels, power steering, aluminium side steps and chequer plate protection to wings & sills. With two owners from new this example presents in excellent condition. It was fitted with a brand new clutch in 2015 and also received a detailed service. The

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  • 2002 Porsche 996 GT2 Clubsport

    £328,880

    The fabled 911 Type 996 GT2 was Porsche's fastest and most expensive model for 2002, costing $500,000 brand new. 10 percent more powerful and 7 percent lighter than the 911 Turbo from which it evolved, with zero driver aids and power delivered directly to the rear wheels the GT2 quickly developed a reputation for being the ultimate driver's car. Fitted with a twin turbocharged flat-six 3.6 litre engine derived from Porsche's Le Mans winning 911 GT1, the GT2 despatches 0 to 100 km/h in just 4 seconds thanks to its larger KKK 24 turbochargers and boost pressure of 14.5psi. Weight-saving came in the way of deleted rear seats, a tire repair kit in place of a spare, carbon fiber interior trim, and the GT2 was the first Porsche fitted with Ceramic Composite Brakes as standard, weighing 50 percent less than comparable metal discs. Tremendous attention was paid to the GT2's downforce, front and rear. A new front air dam and rear wing were developed and air leaving the radiator exits through a slot in the bonnet generating further downforce. At 300 km/h, the GT2 generates an incredible 54 kgs of downforce. Available here is an Australian delivered 996 GT2 Club Sport, 1 of just 29 cars that

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  • 1987 Lotus Turbo Esprit HC

    £65,995

    In April 1986, the final incarnation of the iconic ′folded paper′ designed Georgiou Giugiaro Esprit′s were announced. Fine-tuned following Ayrton Senna′s pursuit for F1 success, the new car boasted raised engine compression, a much more driver focused cockpit, and decreased turbo lag. The updates brought the Lotus marque in line with the best exotics of the time, including the Ferrari 328 and gave journalists and enthusiasts an exciting comparison to war over. With its new Higher Compression ratio, smaller exhaust turbine and housing helping the turbo to spool faster, the 1987 Turbo Esprit was able to reach 0-100 in just 5.3 seconds. Every aspect of this race bred machine was built to go fast, the pedal positioning allowed for heel and toe throttle blipping, communication through the steering rack is uninhibited, and the chassis clings to the road like a koala in a hurricane. Arguably the most exciting road car Lotus built, the updates allowed this machine to sneak ahead of the Ferrari 328 and Porsche 944 turbo on any given day. Your adrenaline most definitely flows as the whole machine comes alive but the cars resolute design makes an expert out of you in no time. This particular

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    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 22799 mi
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  • 1954 Porsche 356 Pre-A Cabriolet

    £449,995

    There's something just so right about a properly restored Pre-A Cabriolet, with a purity of line and an abundance of period detailing missing from later 356s. From the skinny rims tucked under the deeply contoured guards, to the delightful interior fittings like the painted dash, large diameter VDM steering wheel and chrome-ringed instruments, these early 356s are redolent of the early 50's era. Reutter's steel coachwork was beautifully finished, with a hand-made precision lacking from later cars. Both Coupé and Cabriolet entered production in 1950, with Reutters and Gläser responsible for the earliest cars. Until 1953, the Reutter Cabriolets had a wooden frame with glass rear window but this changed to steel frames with a plastic window along with a one-piece windscreen. Early models used the beehive type tail lights, while minor changes that identify a 1954 model are the short bonnet handle and the addition of horn grilles. An early 1954 build, this car was completed on February, 22 and delivered through Max Hoffman in New York. Hoffman, who became Porsche's sole distributor for North America the previous year, apparently specified this particular car with no sun visors or door p

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    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 79669 mi
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  • 1998 Porsche 993 Turbo

    £355,995

    Of all Porsche production models, the 993 Type is the most celebrated and venerated 911 to date. Almost 18 years since one was produced, the model is still the benchmark that all 911's are measured against. Most enthusiasts understand the 993 series was the last of the 'air-cooled' models produced in Zuffenhausen. Porsche purists point out very quickly that a true Porsche must have an air-cooled engine mounted behind their rear axle and by this definition, the pinnacle of the evolutionary process from the original 1964 911. Like all 911 models, the flagship for the 993 series was the 911 Turbo. Released in 1995, the new evolution featured even more performance & technology than ever before. With a new twin-turbo engine displacing 3.6 litres and producing 408bhp (300Kw), it was the first 911 Turbo to feature an all-wheel-drive system &six-speed manual transmission. The immense power and traction could catapult the supercar from 0-100km/h in just 3.7 seconds. Just as impressively, it could decelerate from 100km/h - 0 in just 2.3 seconds. Amidst all that performance, the 911 Turbo was also the cleanest sportscar of its time thanks to its twin catalytic converters and four oxygen-senso

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    • Year: 1998
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  • 1962 Jaguar E Type Series 1

    £325,000

    The launch of the Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show in May of 1961 is the stuff of legend. Elegant in design with pure race-bred function and relative affordability, the Series 1 E Type penned by Aircraft designer Malcolm Sayer changed the way we engaged with sports cars forever. The Series 1 E Type's technology was cutting-edge offering independent suspension at all four wheels, with torsion bars up front and coil-over shocks at the rear, steering was rack and pinion as well as four wheel disc brakes with the rear brakes inboard by the differential. The body was a monocoque back from the firewall, with huge boxed sill and cross braces. In front, a tube sub-frame bolted on to the firewall carried the engine, which was located in the front suspension and the rakish bonnet tipped forward for unparalleled engine access. Fitted with a potent 3.8 litre straight-six known to deliver a much sportier feel than later, softer 4.2 litre engines the Series 1 is known to be the most pure variant of E Type and the most collectable. Offered here is a very original, numbers matching and Australian delivered 1962 Series 1 Jaguar E Type Roadster with a great story and, one of only thirty Series

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    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 778 mi
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  • 1960 Porsche 356 B

    £159,995

    In September of 1959, Porsche released the new Type 356 B that delivered a revised T5 body and offered a significant number of technical and styling refinements over the outgoing Type 356 A. The 356 B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point for Porsche's design progression. The B added safety features demanded by the growing U.S market including all new sheet metal with raised front and rear bumpers and revised over-riders. The headlamps were raised, a larger hood handle added, and front vent windows appeared in the doors. Mechanically, the transmission and drum brakes were upgraded as well. A new deep-dish steering wheel and column refreshed and refined the interior, along with deeper rear seats. Available here is an early Australian delivered Porsche 356 B, sold new by Hamiltons of Melbourne in January of 1960. Matching in numbers, confirmed by Porsche Cars Australia, this fine example has just been released from long term private ownership where the car formed part of an extensive classic collection. Offered in the classic combination of Silver over Blue leatherette this very original 356 B features chrome crested hub caps, Schlummerrolle rechts (head-rests),

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    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 41386 mi
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  • 1961 Porsche 356 S Notchback

    £139,995

    Historically considered the redheaded stepchild of the Porsche Type 356 set, the Karmann built Hardtop Coupé, or 'Notchback' as they were nicknamed was only available from 1960-62 representing a very small quantity of 356 production that today has led to its ultimate collectability. Mechanically identical to the Type 356 B, the Notchback is powered by a pushrod flat-four-cylinder engine displacing 1,582cc and available in three flavours of tune: 60-hp Normal, 75-hp Super or the 90 hp Super 90. So much fun to drive because it handled so well, the 356 Notchback was basic in the sense that it wasn't loaded down with frills, but everything it had was built in very high quality, from sporty leather seats and gauges to the typically Porsche perfect panel fit/finish and mechanical reliability. Available here is a 1961 356 S Notchback, one of only 1,047 Coupés from Karmann, matching in numbers and originally delivered to Germany with the uprated 75-hp Super engine over the standard 60-hp unit. Professionally restored, this turnkey example is finished in the desirable combination of Smyrna Green over Fawn leather interior and fresh Charcoal carpeting with an excellent finish. Carrying origi

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    • Year: 1961
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  • 2015 Tesla Model S P85D

    £199,995

    It's hard for us to imagine a time before the internal combustion engine. In truth, we would have to travel back to the 19th Century, where electric vehicles (EV's) outsold gasoline cars ten to one and dominated the roads and dealerships. Some iconic car companies like Oldsmobile and Studebaker actually started out as successful EV companies. Even the young Ferdinand Porsche was at the forefront of technology with the Lohner-Porsche. In the 1920's, the improvement in road infrastructure required vehicles with longer range, so with worldwide petroleum discoveries making gas-powered cars cheaper to operate, the convenience the internal combustion offered was undeniable. The focus from EV's simply shifted in favour of the alternative, and that is history. It was not until the 2000's, the time of the global economic crisis, that the EV brought renewed interest and in independence once again. The vast technology boom paved the way to understanding how battery technology could be applied to commercial applications once again. Today, led by Silicon Valley based Tesla Motors, every global automotive player has an electric vehicle program that is focussed on producing sustainable EV's and h

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