Variant name:V10 PLUS QUATTRO SELECTION 24H ,Derivative:R8 2 ,Variant: V10 PLUS QUATTRO SELECTION 24H CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:SPYDER V10 QUATTRO ,Derivative:MK1 (TYP 42) ,Variant: SPYDER V10 QUATTRO
Variant name:GTB ,Derivative:1 ,Variant: GTB
Variant name:V6 ,Derivative:MK1 (X152) ,Variant: V6 Rear parking aid with visual display, Twin Sports exhaust pipes, Bonnet louvres in black
Variant: 365 GTB/4 The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was first displayed at the Paris Auto Salon back in 1968. This was the highly anticipated successor to the most expensive and fastest street legal Ferrari ever built - the 275 GTB/4. The car shown in Paris was built by Pininfarina and showcased the glorious lines which the car is now known for. The unofficial name of ""Daytona"" was applied by the media to pay homage to Ferrari's 1-2-3 win at Daytona 24 hour race in 1967. The 365 GTB/4 was the last V12 Ferrari to be designed before Fiat took over control of the road car production after purchasing 40% of the shares. The early cars featured the headlights sat in the front nose behind a piece of plexiglass. The later cars (such as this one) featured twin retractable lights which is deemed to give the front end a much cleaner look to it. This particular car was originally supplied to the UK first registered in November 1973. It comes with an extensive folder of history and also complete with it's Classiche folder.
At Dick Lovett we are very proud to be able to offer you an opportunity to own the highly respected 430 Scuderia. The concept of the 430 Scuderia’s enhanced performance over the standard car meant that a host of features and components were revised. The Scuderia boasts a brutal mid-engined V8 with 503bhp – 20bhp more than the stock F430, and uses striking styling features to boost aerodynamic efficiency. Weighing a full 100kg less than the standard car, and with a distinctive exhaust note, every last detail of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia exudes uncompromising ability. A true lightweight special - the Scuderia was evolved and developed using all of Ferrari’s motorsport resources and expertise, including seven-times F1 World Champion, Michael Schumacher.
Variant: 930 Turbo Dick Lovett is proud to be able to offer this landmark 911. This 1989 930 Turbo was the final production year of the legendary 930 Turbo, and these desirable end-of-the-line cars were fitted with the prized Getrag G50 five-speed transaxle, ensuring few cars would compete with the 930's unquestionable dominance on street and on the race track. More refined than hitherto yet retaining its high performance edge, the Porsche 930 Turbo sold in the thousands and arguably becoming the definitive sports car of its age and becoming one of the most revered 911s of all time.
Variant name:V8 ,Variant: V8 The McLaren 570s is a recent addition to the McLaren range featuring some of the best technology they have ever used. At the heart of the car is a 3.8ltr twin turbo V8 producing 570PS(562bhp). This is enough to get the car from 0-62 in 3.2 seconds and onto its top speed of 204mph. To slow the car down, McLaren fits the 570s with carbon ceramic brakes as standard and 6-pot callipers. Please see below for full specification which took the list price of this particular car to £201,000!
Variant name:V10 QUATTRO ,Derivative:MK1 (TYP 42) ,Variant: V10 QUATTRO
Variant name:V8 SPIDER ,Variant: V8 SPIDER CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:RS4 AVANT FSI QUATTRO ,Derivative:MK4 FL (8K) (B8) ,Variant: AVANT FSI QUATTRO
With S99 GTE plate