Variant name:Rs 6 Avant ,Variant: 4.0T FSI Quattro RS 6 5dr Tip Auto
Dick Lovett are delighted to offer this stunning example of a Ferrari 328 GTS. This particular car is presented in Rosso Corsa with a Nero Interior and has covered a very respectable 18,544 miles. Ferrari produced 6068 of this model of which only 542 were delivered in UK right hand drive. Essentially, the 328 GTS is a revised model of the 308 GTS with the main aesthetical difference being a re-designed front end, giving the car a slighlty more rounded appearance. The car is powered by a 3.2 Litre V8 engine which helps push the car to a claimed top speed of 166mph, reaching 60mph in 5.5 seconds. These cars were built with modifications to the suspension geometry necessary for the introduction of ABS later in the year, as well as having other changes with black inserts around the exterior door handles, armrest opening door handles and crema/burgundy interiors. Significantly they did not have ABS fitted, which in itself added a significant amount of weight to the car. The motor trade know these models as an “88 and a half” so although they are quite unique there are enough around for them to be recognised. This particular model is fitted with the more attractive shallower wheels, unlike the later ABS equipped models. If you wish to enquire further on this lovely example, please do get in touch with a memeber of the sales team.
Variant name:Coupe Performante ,Derivative:Performante ,Variant: LP 640-4 Performante 2dr LDF Here at Dick Lovett we’re excited to offer this stunning Lamborghini Huracan Performante, This example is finished in Grigio Telesto with Nero Alcantara interior and contrast Grigio Cronus Stitch. This 18 plate car has only covered 127 miles! The Huracan Performante quickly became one of the most coveted cars after setting a new fastest production car lap time at Nürburgring nordschleife of 6:52:01. Lamborghini worked extremely hard to make this car as fast as possible with the introduction of Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva, this increases vertical load to assist stability and speed through curves, or it reduces aerodynamic resistance to assist acceleration and reaching the top speed. They didn't just stop there the 5.2 litre v10 engine has seen some revisions and now pushing 640hp at 8,000rpm and 600nm of torque at 6,500rpm. This propels the car from a standstill to 62mph (100kph) in just 2.9 seconds!
Variant name:Coupe GT R ,Derivative:GT R ,Variant: GT R 2dr Auto Mercedes-Benz Amg Gt GT R 2dr Auto
Variant name:Turbo Coupe , Porsche 911 3.6 2dr
Variant name:Roadster ,Variant: 4.9 V8 2dr [LHD] BMW Z8 5.0 V8 2dr [LHD]
Variant name:Convertible Supersports ,Derivative:Supersports ,Variant: Continental Supersports Convertible ISR Bentley Continental GTC 6.0 W12 Supersports
Variant: LHD Here at Dick Lovett we’re excited to offer a car that really doesn’t need an introduction…The Ferrari Enzo! This stunning example has covered 7,620 miles and is presented in Rosso Corsa with a Rosso and Nero interior. At the time of its launch in 2002, the Enzo contained the most advanced track-derived technologies available at the time. What made it truly unique was the fact that it was benefiting from the technological crossover at a time when Ferrari were at the top of their game in Formula 1, and in turn were on an impressive winning streak between 1999 and 2004. Ferrari say the purpose of the Enzo was to provide the driver with increased performance capabilities through the use of highly sophisticated Formula 1 technology. Work in the wind tunnel, on the track and on the road focused completely on achieving optimum performance and this resulted in a completely uncompromising car designed almost entirely by function. The nose cone seen on formula 1 cars was the main inspiration behind the design of the Enzo’s iconic front end, while the flanks of the car were developed to channel air flow through the body of the car creating a much more aero-dynamic shape. The Enzo doesn’t feature an over-sized rear wing due to the engineers putting a lot of work into the cars ground effects which are highly effective. This decision left Ferrari free to have a much more elegant and understated design to the tail section. These functions wouldn’t have been possible without the majestic work of Pininfarina who did a fantastic job of designing the Enzo’s charismatic lines which has truly stood the test of time as one of the world’s most iconic cars. The Enzo’s engine was a completely new V12, which like the rest of the car took its inspiration from the Formula 1 team, and as a result featured some unique technical solutions. It has an overall capacity of 5998 cc, a maximum power output of 660 hp at 7800 rpm and maximum torque of 67 kgm at 5500 rpm. Its rear-mounted F1 gearbox was designed with the priority to cut gearshifting times (which went down to 150 milliseconds), the new gearbox technologies, alongside further refinements help deliver a superbly immersive and raw driving experience.
Dick Lovett are delighted to present this Salon Prive Concourse winning 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB, presented in Rosso Bordeaux with a Nero Leather interior. Affectionately known as the Daytona, we are confident that this is one of THE best examples on the market today. This rare example of the Daytona with a Plexiglass nose has covered just short of 45,000 miles and also has the ultra-rare factory order for air conditioning. This car has a superb history file and even comes complete with the original tool kit, delivery manuals and wallet! This is a rare opportunity for an exceptional vehicle. To register your interest please do get in touch with a member of the Sales Team.
Variant name:Saloon ,Variant: 4dr Auto Rolls-royce Phantom 4dr Auto
The Mercedes-Benz W113 was introduced at the Geneva Motorshow on 14th March 1963 and production ran until 1971. Initially introduced with a 150hp 2.3l engine 230SL, by December 1967 the engine grew to 2.8 litre straight six, 280SL, producing 170hp and 180lbft. The smaller capacity engine performance rating was best described as optimistic, the later 280 engine was bench tested for two hours prior to fitting by Mercedes-Benz to ensure power output and reliability. Mercedes-Benz looked to advance their brand and focused on vehicle safety. Based on Bela Barenyi extensive work, the W 113 was the first sports car with a "safety body.” It had a rigid passenger cell and designated crumple zones with impact-absorbing front and rear sections built into the vehicle structure. The interior was "rounded," with all hard corners and edges removed. The W 113 was also the first Mercedes-Benz with radial tires. The name ‘Pagoda’ refers to the roof design and was never officially called the ‘Pagoda’. The name was first used in a French magazine and stuck. The design of the roof was intentional and was Barenyi’s focus on safety rather than esthetics or aerodynamics. In fact the roof initially caused aerodynamic issues which they resolved. On the television show Top Gear (Season 3, Episode 8) the 280 SL is thought of highly, notably being described by its host Jeremy Clarkson as one of the cars from the 1960s that has stood the test of time, being "from a time when Mercedes was still building its cars properly". Our car is a matching numbers example and beautifully presented having had a full restoration. It comes with the iconic Pagoda hardtop and a soft top for the odd April shower while enjoying the ‘Pagoda’ roof off. The car finished production in very late August 1970. The exterior colour is original factory Light Ivory 670H, very rare for a 1970. Originally supplied to USA market, spending most of it time in Colorado with 4 owners, the car was registered in the UK in 2000 having been imported by its US owner who purchased the car in 1998. The car has subsequently had 2 UK owners, both of which we know well. It has a comprehensive file, books, tools and a full and detailed service in April this year. The Mercedes 280SL is definitely a car to been seen in. Several well know celebrities have had or still own a 280SL, including Formula One drivers.
Variant: LHD Dick Lovett are delighted to offer this stunning example of an Alfa Romeo 8C Spider. Presented in Celeste Blue with a Terra Di Sienna interior, this beautiful car is a guaranteed head turner. Alfa Romeo only produced 500 Spiders, which is powered by the Ferrari assembled 4.7 V8 which is present in the coupe version of the 8C, as well as Maserati’s Granturismo and Grancabrio range. In 2011 Evo magazine awarded the 8C Spider with the title of 'Best Sounding Car'. The 8C Spider will take you from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds and Alfa claim the car will reach 180mph, which makes the car slightly slower than the Coupe but many people believe the Spider is a generally more user friendly car, with the added theatre of the convertible roof. If you have any more questions, please do get in contact with a member of the sales team.