In 2015 the car was purchased and subsequently imported into the United Kingdom at which time DK supplied the car to a good client so that it could join a collection of the finest RS Porsche's where it has remained until today. Presented with under 24,000 miles from new and in exceptional condition, reflecting the fastidious nature in which this car has been cared for from new, this superb GT3 RS comes accompanied by its original books, tools and full UK Registration. Located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.
The exterior benefits from 20 inch painted forged wheel rims Nero, Giallo Modena Brake Calipers, Scuderia Wing Shields and a Verde and Rosso Racing livery stripe. The car had its first service in December 2015 and has now covered under 2,000 miles from new and as such is in the condition you would expect. The car is available to view immediately at our showrooms just outside London.
Today this exceptional 458 is presented with just 96 Miles from new and as such presents equal to the day it left the Maranello factory. Accompanied by its original and complete book pack, spare key, tools, tyre pump and spare wheel, it also profits from Ferrari's warranty and 7 year service plan. With full UK registration it is ready to be used and enjoyed immediately by the next owner and is available for viewing at our showroom based just outside London.
In June 2015, the car was sold and subsequently imported to the United Kingdom. Having been supplied to the current owner by DK this RS is in superb condition. Today this example has covered under 23,400 miles and comes accompanied by its original books, spare wheel and jack and full UK registration. Located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately this must be one of the finest 993 RSs available for sale at this time.
Today this Mustang presents exceptionally coming directly from the aforementioned work. Accompanied by full UK registration, a most exciting race history both in period and modern day racing and an exceptional history file, this superb example is ready to be raced competitively by its new owner immediately.
One of the last cars built, this car was originally delivered in Dresden, Germany to the racing driver Ralph Neunteufel in September 2004, the car remained in Dresden with just 2 owners before imported to the UK in 2014, DK supplied it to the current owner at that time and it has remained in storage with us. Throughout its life this example has been extremely well maintained and serviced by Ferrari main dealerships in Dresden and by ourselves in the UK with a recent full diagnostic check confirming the car is need of absolutely nothing, from new this exceptional Challenge Stradale has covered less than 7,200 miles and is presented in exceptional and fabulous condition. With its hugely collectible specification and low mileage this stunning Challenge Stradale represents a real opportunity to purchase one of the finest examples of what is already an appreciating classic, lightweight "homologation special" Ferrari.
The 599 GTB HGTE was, until the F12 was launched recently, Ferraris two-seat flagship, and was the successor to the 575M Maranello having replaced it in 2006. The 599 is, of course, a spiritual successor to the legendary 250 GT, 275 GTB and Daytona. With an Enzo-derived 5999cc V12 shoehorned into a latest generation all-alloy chassis, the 620bhp standard GTB was Ferrari's most powerful V12 production car ever. The 599, as with many previous Ferraris takes its name from its engine displacement of the V12, the "GTB" stands for Gran Turismo Berlinetta and it was styled by Pininfarina under the direction of Ferrari's Frank Stephenson. During production an upgrade package was released named the "HGTE handling package", this consisting of stiffer front and rear suspension, a stiffer rear anti-roll bar, a faster gear change thanks to gearbox upgrades, lightweight 5 spoke wheels reducing un-sprung weight by 5kg, ceramic brake discs and an upgraded exhaust system. This LHD example HGTE delivered to its first private owner on 1st January 2010. Supplied in the stunning combination of Nero Daytona over a Nero Hide. The interior benefits from Carbon shelled seats trimmed in Nero Leather with Al
Since said rebuild, the car has covered a limited mileage of just 13,000 Km whilst receiving routine maintenance. Presented with full UK Registration, spare key, tools, tonneau cover and superb history file supporting its exceptional service history with a no expense spared approach. This superb Fiat Dino Spider is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.
Since the mentioned work was carried out, it has been maintained by Bob Houghton with no expense spared and as such presents exceptionally today. Presented with a most complete history file, remarkably including copies of the original order forms as well as invoices, original maintenance book, spare key and tools, this exceptionally rare classic is located in our showrooms just outside London and is available to view immediately. Please note, Classiche Certification is in process.
Today the car is available following only a handful of miles since the restoration was completed meaning that it remains in stunning concours condition. Coming from a forty year ownership, with just 26,000 kms from new and presented in such breath-taking condition this is surely an opportunity that cannot be matched and should not be missed.
This RHD GT3 is finished in Guards Red and was delivered to Porsche Centre Leicester in late 2013. The interior trim is a combination of Leather and Alcantara and this example boasts an impressive list of optional extras; these include Adjustable, Heated Seats, Cruise Control, the Essential Front Axle Lift Package, the ASK Sound Package, a Top Tinted Windscreen, a Luggage Net in the Passenger Footwell, the Sport Chrono Package Plus, PCM 3 (Telephone), Floor Mats, Carbon Interior Package, Navigation Module with Universal Audio Interface, Headlights in Black, Instrument Dials painted Guards Red, Carbon Trimmed Centre Console and Seat Belts finished in Guards Red. The car is in exceptional condition and needs nothing, having covered just 4,800 miles from new. The car is still under warranty with Porsche and is supplied with all of its books and spare key; ready to be viewed at our showroom just outside London.
The current owner acquired the car in the early 1990s and it was completely restored during 1993/1994 by DK Engineering. During the restoration, an outside fuel filler cap was fitted of the type used on the Works Le Mans cars. Currently, the car is finished in the traditional colour of British Racing Green, accompanied by a Suede Green leather interior. The car is fitted with a 3.8 Litre engine, C-Type cylinder head and 2" carburettors, mated to the original gearbox. The complete and correct original engine accompanies the car and has been fully overhauled. The history file that comes with the car is both fascinating and detailed, with numerous letters from Jaguar, the original Buff Log Book, period racing photographs and a magazine article featuring the car from 1979. This presents a very exciting and incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a genuine aluminium-bodied XK120 with an illustrious competition history. Having travelled to Asia and back in its life, amassing a great pedigree in the process, this XK120 is a truly special car and forms a significant part of Jaguar's early competition history. Cars such as this do not come around often and DK Engineering are delighted to be
The 250 GT Lusso is widely regarded as one of the most elegant and timeless designs by Pininfarina in their history. Introduced in 1962 the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso was Ferrari's latest intermediate model, a vehicle to bridge the gap between competition racers and luxuriously appointed 2+2 Coupe's. Just 351 examples were built between 1963 and late 64. This late LHD example, no. 329 of 350 units built was supplied new to German importer Auto Becker in June 1964, specced in Blue Notte over a Nero Hide. The car was sold to its first private owner located in Cologne, Germany shortly after in 1964. The car was initially registered on Italian tourist plates, it wasn't until 1966 that the car was officially 'imported' and registered on regular German license plates. During this ownership the car was serviced and maintained by the Ferrari Factory Assistenza Clienti in Modena, Italy with documents supporting this until 1971. Sometime later the car was exported to France, where it was recorded in 1987 to be owned by a Mr Lafuge located in Paris. In the early period of the 1990's the car was restored, changing colour to a dark metallic grey as documented by pictures in the accompanying histor
Today this exceptional matching numbers RS Touring presents equally to the day it departed the Porsche factory and as a result of its recent work wants for nothing. A truly comprehensive history file accompanies the car, confirming the fastidious nature in which it has been cared for throughout its life. Remarkably the history file is also accompanied by the original owner's manual along with the incredibly rare, original Carrera RS supplement, spare key and Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche that confirms that both the engine and gearbox numbers match. The meticulously documented history and exceptional overall condition, make this 2.7 RS Touring a must for any serious collector or enthusiast. The car is currently available for viewing at our showroom just outside London ready to be used and enjoyed immediately.
Today, having completed limited mileage since the aforementioned restoration, this Super Sport presents in superb condition and comes accompanied by a commendable history file including its original US Title document. This exceptional Plus 4 is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.
This Challenge Stradale's condition is stellar, we believe the paintwork to all be original (paint depths are consistent with this) and there is hardly a stone chip visible, the interior is spectacular, and the engine bay does not show the usual signs of wear and use which these cars do – without doubt this is one of the finest examples we have seen to date. This car is also accompanied by all of its original equipment, including all books and wallet, Tools and tyre inflator, Ferrari unused Cover, Ferrari Torch, and even the Challenge Stradale T-Shirt and CS Launch book! An unrepeatable example of one of the most highly coveted modern era Ferraris.
The condition of this is car is superb throughout having covered just 17,950 Miles from new. With just two owners, both having a fastidious approach to maintenance and only ever having the car maintained through official Mercedes dealerships, this car wants for nothing. Supplied with its original books, tools, spare key and outstanding service record this DTM is UK road registered and ready to be used and enjoyed immediately, located at our showrooms just outside London.
Today the car presents in superb condition having covered just 36,200 Miles from new. Most recently it has benefitted from a comprehensive detail both inside and out carried out by DK's own master detailer. Accompanied by its original tool kit this car is UK road registered and ready to be used and enjoyed immediately, located at our showrooms just outside London.
Today the car is presented in stunning condition and it is clear that this car has been well looked after from new having covered an indicated 25,400 Miles, this Testarossa is accompanied by its original tools and books, with full UK registration and is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.
Today the car is presented in superb condition covering just 32,900 Miles from new. Accompanied by its original spare key and fobs, all original books and tools, Ferrari torch and a supporting history file. This "collectors preference" 575 is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately with DK Engineering carrying out a comprehensive annual service prior to its sale.
This 964 RS is presented in excellent and original condition having covered just 58,900 Miles, with just 4 prior owners. Accompanied by its original book pack as well as tools, spare wheel, supporting history file and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirming the car's matching engine and gearbox numbers. This RS is ready to be enjoyed by its new owner immediately with viewings available at our showroom, which is based just outside London.
Having been supplied to the current owner by DK this stunning FF is presented in superb condition and has covered 10,500 miles from new, and benefits from the Ferrari Seven Year Routine Maintenance Plan running until March 2020; the last service having been carried out by HR Owen in October 2016. The car comes complete with all tools, books, leather wallet, and the spare key. It presents extremely well in the subtle and understated colour of Grigio Silverstone and viewings are available at our showroom based just outside London.
The name, "GTO" (Gran Turismo Omologata) instantly calls to mind two Ferraris that have entered the collective imagination as symbols of performance. After the 1962 250 GTO, which swept the boards in GT racing categories in the 1960s and is now a highly prized collector's car, came the iconic 1984 288 GTO, which pretty much invented the entire modern supercar genre. The 599 GTO is the most recent GTO. Ferrari has only given this name to 3 cars and each GTO was based on a circuit car - the 599 GTO was based on the 599 GTB Fiorano chassis but is essentially the road going version of the 599XX track car. The 599 GTO weighs 100 kg less than the standard GTB by a severe diet in a similar manner to other recent Ferrari lightweight models such as the 430 Scuderia. The 599 GTO is visually aggressive thanks to styling elements derived from the 599XX - but it's not all for show. Thanks to concepts transferred from the track car to the road-going version, the GTO generates downforce of 144 kg at 200 km/h. The entire car has received design revisions over the standard GTB including the front, the sides, the flat underbody and the cooling flows. In the latter instance, the GTO can count on impr