Genuine 1963 Mini Cooper S, complete with its original shell, original registration and original buff logbook. All the latest Swiftune engine and suspension parts, this car is not only one of the absolute quickest Minis on the planet (2nd overall at Goodwood in 2009 'all-Mini' St Mary's Trophy), but it is a true investment, and certainly more eligible than non-original Cooper S. On-the-button and only one race old (Goodwood) since engine rebuild and updated suspension fitted.
1953 Lancia Aurelia B20GT S3 chassis 2790 Successful Italian rally car in 1990’s fresh out of private UK collection perfect entry for Goodwood, Mille Miglia Full details to follow shortly.
CHASSIS NUMBER: E21R108 For the 1976 season the FIA introduced the new Group 5 "Special Production Car" category, allowing extensive modifications to those production based vehicles homologated in FIA Groups 1 through 4. These cars would contest the World Championship for Makes from 1976 through to 1980 and then the World Endurance Championship in 1981 & 1982. Many competed at Le Mans too – including the BMW 320i in 1977. They would also compete at the front of the high-profile German Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (DRM) Championship. Visually, the regulations required only the bonnet, roof, doors and rail panel to be left unmodified - the rest of the car was virtually free, hence the monstrously wide wheel-arch extensions, and even more dramatic front and rear wings. With no mention of headlight heights, the works Porsche team soon exploited this loophole by creating the iconic 'flat nose' for the now legendary Porsche 935. It wasn’t just the cars and the cutting-edge technology that were spectacular; the drivers at the wheel of the three works BMW 320i Group 5's also created a stir on and off the race track. Known as the 'BMW Junior Team', the three up-and-coming drivers Eddie
Lamborghini LM002 (or Lamborghini Militari 002 to give its full name) was the first four wheel drive from the legendary factory in Modena. Powered by the V12 engine of the famous Countach it was soon dubbed “Rambo Lambo” by the motoring press. 328 cars were built over a seven year period and our car was one of the last built in 1992. Combining a high level of luxury with rugged off road ability and pace the LM002 was the first of a new wave of SUV. Owners of LM002’s included Sylvester Stallone and Colonel Gaddafi and they soon gained the reputation as the ultimate bad boys toy!! Our car was first registered in Jersey where it stayed until 2000 when the current owner bought it back to the UK where he entrusted marque expert Modena Engineering to look after the car. In 2012 he embarked on a restoration with Modena that soon became a bare chassis full engine rebuild. With the factory overseeing the work this was a stunning build. We have full photographic details of the work completed and several magazines including Octane have run features on the result. Four years on the car has only been driven a total of 200 miles so is to all purposes a new car. Invoices and articles remain on fi
A stunning fully-restored original RHD UK car with matching numbers and a JDHT Certificate. The car was dry stored for 26 years and in 2013 was subject to a £60,000 complete bare-metal restoration, including painting signal red and mechanical overhaul by What Jag along with a £6,000 new cinnamon upholstery by The Trim Centre. The car has been used sparingly since, with an annual tour of around 2000 miles, including trips to Europe where the car drove faultlessly. This is one of the nicest Series II E-types we have driven. First to see will buy.
04/03/1991 @ 1277 MILES BY MARANELLO 14/10/1993 @ 6220 MILES BY MARANELLO 08/07/1996 @ 11725 MILES BY VERDI FERRARI 25/07/1998 @ 18200 MILES BY VERDI FERRARI INC CAM BELTS 25/08/2000 @ 21548 MILES BY SHILTECH INC CAM BELTS 27/01/2003 @ 23,454 MILES BY NICK CARTWRIGHT INC CAM BELTS SORN AND IN PROFESSIONAL CARCOON STORAGE 2005-2009 09/07/2009 @ 26234 MILES BY SHILTEC INC CAM BELTS ISLE OF MAN 2009-2014 20/07/2010 @ 27411 MILES BY SCP IOM 09/09/2013 @ 28646 MILES BY A PERFORMANCE INC CAM BELTS 02/04/2014 @ 28824 MILES BY A E PERFORMANCE 06/03/2015 @ 29175 MILES BY NICK CARTWRIGHT 28/06/2016 @ 29253 MILES BY PRE DELIVERY SERVICE
This stunning Jaguar Series 3 E-Type V12 Roadster has only covered 15,000 miles from new, with full supporting documentation, including every MOT certificate back to 1978. Registered on the 25th June 1974 accompanying Heritage Certificate confirms it to be a matching numbers car. The paintwork is stunning and the interior is in wonderful condition. Finished in the definitive Carmen Red with biscuit leather, the car is equipped with the highly desirable manual transmission, sits on immaculate chrome wire wheels and is ready to go off and win "Best In Show" for the new owner. An amazing opportunity to own a unique and very genuine E-type.
Launched at the London Motor Show in October 1965, the DB6 was a direct development of the DB5 and featured improved aerodynamics and a more generous specification. Powered by the same 4.0-litre DOHC ‘straight-six’ Aston Martin engine, notable differences included a longer wheelbase; a Kamm-styled rear spoiler to improve high-speed stability; a higher roofline; quarter bumpers and an oil-cooler scoop. A stunning example of an iconic British grand tourer. First registered on 1st November 1967, the car is finished in Silver and retains its original blue leather upholstery and carpets. The car has recently undergone a bare metal re-spray and a fresh engine overhaul. Also comes complete with extensive history. Built towards the end of 1967, our car is original right-hand drive and fitted with a ZF 5-speed manual gearbox.
This beautiful Ferrari 550 Maranello was originally delivered to Germany in 1999, and finished in Argento Silver with Black interior. Since then it has only covered 29,000 miles and has a very well documented service history. The 550 is one of the last great V12 Ferraris and with a manual gearbox, this really is a fabulous Grand Touring car. Complete with spare keys, in great condition and ready to be used and enjoyed.
CHASSIS NUMBER: SL70/3 SL70/3 was the first actual T70 to be completed and was finished just in time to make its public debut at the end of January 1965, at the London Racing Car Show held at the Olympia Exhibitions Halls. Painted dark blue with a white centre stripe, the car was the star of the show. After the show, the car was sold and invoiced to John Mecom on the 11th March then flown out by air arriving at Houston on the morning of the 13th. This was the first T70 exported to the USA. On arrival in America, SL70/3 was re-sprayed in the metallic blue and white racing colours of the Mecom Racing Team and promptly entered into the Sebring 12 Hours. The week before the 12 hours, SL70/3 was taken to Sebring for initial shakedown and pre-event checks, where it ran well. The car's racing debut therefore came at the 1965 Sebring 12 Hours, where, driven by John Cannon and Jack Saunders, the car unfortunately retired when an oil cooler broke. At Pensacola for the frist round of the 1965 USRRC in early April, Walt Hansgen put the car on pole, however, he retired after twelve laps. In early May, at Riverside, Hansgen qualified third but was forced to use Mecom's new mid-engined Scarab aft
CHASSIS NUMBER: 3454344545 Car comes with the balance of the factory warranty until 12/2/2018. Free servicing until Feb 2022, Extras include Cruise Control, Full – Electric Seats, Satellite Navigation System, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Alcantara Upholstery for Upper Zone, Carbon Fibre Driver Zone+Steering Wheel with LEDs, Yellow Rev Counter, Two – Tone Interior, Front Suspension Lift System, Rear & Front Parking Sensors, Rear Parking Camera, Standard Features – Anti Theft Satellite System+ 1yr subscription, Dual Zone Air Conditioning System, 20in Alloy Wheels, Satellite System, Bluetooth Audio Streaming, Hi Fi Premium System.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 11163 This GTC, chassis 11163, is 1 of 29 RHD examples built and was delivered in 1968. Between 1991 and 1993 a full restoration was carried out, returning the car to as-new condition in the correct and most elegant combination of dark blue with black leather. This restoration was carried out by Mike and Graham Reeder who maintained the car continuously until the car was sold in 2002/2003. Many of these service invoices accompany the car from this period. Also included are copies of the original order confirmation and build sheets from Ferrari. GTC 11163 is once again available for sale and represents an excellent opportunity to own one of the most appreciated 1960's V12 Ferraris. The car has also been Classiche certified.
CHASSIS NUMBER: 1079 GT40 P/1079 was delivered new by Ford Advanced Vehicles (FAV) to Mr Jean Blaton of Brussels, Belgium. Arriving in full factory lightweight racing spec, 1079 was equipped with a race specification engine, race clutch, lightweight flywheel, lightweight roof structure, carbon filament reinforced lightweight body panels, aluminium ducted spare wheel cover, Stage II ventilated brakes as per the lightweight Gulf/JWA race team cars. a 140 litre fuel tank and considerably improved and stiffened suspension. To reduce weight, the cars had all unnecessary interior items removed, and of course open exhaust pipes. The original invoice, which comes with the car, shows that Blaton received the completed 1079 on the 20th April 1968 in Ostende, Belgium. Soon after, and resplendent in Belgian racing yellow, 1079 was on its way to the Monza 1000km, entered by the iconic Ecurie Francorchamps. Drivers Willy Mairesse and “Jean Beurlys” (the racing pseudonym of Jean Blaton) qualified the car 6th on the grid, but were forced to curtail their race effort after 89 laps when wheel problems struck. Despite the retirement, they were still placed 7th overall and 2nd in class on their debut.
This DB6 Vantage was ordered by and delivered new to a Dr N Power, via H R Owen. It was supplied with the Vantage engine, 3.73:1 final drive, limited slip differential and chromed wire wheels (build sheet on file). The Aston was serviced by the factory up to 1972, the details being recorded on build sheet's reverse. Correspondence on file from Aston Martin to Dr Power in July 1974 details works required totaling £2,000. Dr Power then entrusted the DB6 to renowned marque specialists R S Williams Ltd, who carried out the works. R S Williams subsequently serviced the car (in 1981/82), which included fitting a low-ratio steering rack. A smaller wood-rim steering wheel has been fitted also. In May 1990 the Aston was given to Pugsley & Lewis for a full restoration. The car was stripped to bare metal, all chassis rot cut out, new sills fitted and then re-sprayed, while the engine, gearbox rear axle and suspension were rebuilt. These works were completed in June 1992 at a cost of circa £30,000. R S Williams serviced the DB6 in 1996 and again in July/August 2008, the latter bill (for £8,000) detailing a front suspension rebuild, general maintenance, ignition system overhaul, carburettor tun
CHASSIS NUMBER: CK6 01-2 Kremer’s long and rich history with racing Porsches continued into the glorious 1980s Group C era, initially with the CK5 in 1982 (based upon the 936), and in 1986, the CK6 (based upon the factory 962C) – the ‘C’ representing Group C and the ‘K’ for Kremer. Using drawings provided by the Porsche factory, Kremer developed a new chassis that closely followed Porsche’s highly successful design, but used an aluminium honeycomb construction to improve rigidity and safety. This car was the second CK6 01 built for the Japanese Leyton House Racing Team to replace the first chassis crashed heavily in practice for the 1988 Fuji 500 Miles. It was first pressed into service at the Suzuka 1000 km in 1988, with Bruno Giacomelli and Naoki Nagasaka finishing fourth on the car's debut. It continued to race successfully into 1989 in both the World Sports Prototype Championship and also the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship, where results included a race win for Hideki Okada and Masanori Sekiya in the 1989 Fuji 500 Miles. Following the 1989 season, the car was returned to Kremer Racing in Germany and was retired from contemporary racing. Chassis CK6 01-2 was retained as
Manufactured in March 1989 this is one of the 450 UK specification cars. It has covered 22,000 miles documented by MOT certificates and will be sold with fresh belt service. In excellent condition throughout and drives beautifully, it comes with a large history file from new, including all the MOT certificates back to 1997 at 11,180 miles. It comes with all its original handbooks in their original leather folder, as well as the original toolkit and wheel changing kit. With an MOT until June 2017 and fresh service, this car needs absolutely nothing and is ready for immediate use.
Only 155 LHD 2.8 RS Turbo Capris were built by Ford Cologne from July 1981 until September 1982, and they were only available through Ford´s German RS dealers. Inspired by the wild Zakspeed Group 5 racers, the ‘Werksturbo’ model was capable of an impressive 220 km/h (137 mph). Based on the 3.0 S, this derivative featured widened Series X bodywork, front and rear ‘Ford Motorsport’ spoilers, deep 7.5 inch four-spoked RS alloy wheels and an RS badged engine. The engine was based on a normally aspirated carburetor equipped 2.8-litre Cologne V6, along with competition derived crank and a single Garrett T4 turbo providing 5.4 psi of boost. This unique engine setup was enough to produce nearly 200bhp. Today, these ultra-rare Capri Turbos are very much sought after and rarely come available on the open market. The current owner is well-known in motorsport circles and heavily involved in the recent resurgence of the 1970’s and 80’s Touring Cars we all enjoy at the Goodwood Members Meeting and other prestigious events. The car is immaculate and ready to be driven to the season’s historic racing events!
39PH is undoubtedly the most significant European racing Cobra of all time. Chassis CS2131 (also known as 39PH due to its registration number) started life as a ‘works’ A.C. Cars race car, and was promptly entered into the 1963 Le Mans 24hr, resplendent in AC green and equipped with a Shelby tuned 289 cu/in V8. With drivers Ninian Sanderson and Peter Bolton, the new, thundering, Anglo-American Cobra would go on to claim victory in the GT Class, making it the first and only AC Cobra to win Le Mans. 39PH would pave the way for the Shelby Daytona Coupe successes at Le Mans in 1964 and ‘65. Following its incredible Le Mans win, 39PH was acquired by the Willment Racing Team for 1964. With Willment drivers Jack Sears and Frank Gardner, 39PH, now painted in the team colours of red with white stripes, would continue its winning ways. Victories at Oulton Park, Aintree and Silverstone followed, but nothing quite compared to the tale of the ’64 Brands Hatch GP Meeting. The infamous “Black Flag” race would add yet another wonderful tale to 39PH’s already legendary status, with ‘Gentleman’ Jack Sears taking an incredible win from Jackie Stewart after an early-race black flag. Following John Wil
The renowned sporting qualities of the standard BMW M5 have been further enhanced in the Competition Edition through the adoption of the M Competition Package as standard, consisting of stiffer responses from the springs and electronically controlled dampers Merino Black interior, Special Individual Black paint, The Competition Edition has an even more powerful version of the twin-turbo V8 found in the standard BMW M5. While retaining the M TwinPower Turbo technology and twin-scroll turbochargers of the standard M5, the Competition Edition runs more boost due to a recalibrated engine control unit. Both power and torque have increased - making it one of the most powerful cars ever produced by BMW - with peak power output standing at 600hp (560hp in the standard BMW M5) and torque output reaching 700Nm (680Nm in the standard BMW M5). The result is a 0-62mph time of 3.9 seconds - 0.5 seconds faster than the standard BMW M5.
Among Datsun enthusiasts, there is no bigger name than that of Spike Anderson, legendary creator of ‘Samuri Conversions’. During the 1970s, his modified Datsun 240 and 260Zs found fame on both the roads and tracks around Britain, the most notable of which was ‘Big Sam’ 240Z, which took Win Percy to the British Modsports title. These track derived mods were translated successfully onto the road cars, where more power, more noise, uprated suspension, and dramatic red and gold paintwork made for very fast but comfortable Grand Touring cars. Extremely rare beasts these days, GED 220N is one of only two 2+2 Datsun 260Z Samuris ever made. Subject to a recent comprehensive restoration by marque specialists Z-Farm, GED 220N is finished in correct Nissan 110 Red with Rootes Tango Bronze, and is equipped with a gas flowed head, fast road cam, triple Weber carburettors, and a sports manifold and exhaust system. It is also recognised on the Samuri Register. With a superb exhaust note, fantastic handling, and iconic lines, this beautifully restored Samuri will make for some very enjoyable trips to the pub with the family!
CHASSIS NUMBER: SL76/144
CHASSIS NUMBER: WPOZZZ99ZTS394074 Built by Porsche Sport Stuttgart March 1997, race prepared by Labre Compétition. Specification: The GT2 Evolution was the final development by Porsche of the 911 GT2, giving its customer teams a car that could compete with the GT1 cars at the 24H Le Mans in 1996. Although similar in shape to the GT2, the Evolution is a much more sophisticated car. With GT1 engine specifications (40.4mm restrictors and unrestricted exhausts) its twin turbo-charged M64/83 engine produced in excess of 600bhp at 7000rpm with 720Nm torque at 5000rpm. To meet the minimum weight limit of 1150kg, the Evolution uses Kevlar panels, rather than steel or aluminium, and an assortment of lightweight parts elsewhere on the car. The Evolution also has improved aerodynamics with larger rear aerofoil and front air dam. Additionally, Porsche raised the front edge of the rear window, improving the airflow over the rear aerofoil. The body shape allowed the use of 10.5 J18 front rims (265/645x18 tyres) and 12.5 J18 rear (325/680x18 tyres). Chassis ‘074’, a three-time entrant at Le Mans with the ‘Chereau’ team (Larbre Compétition) was in active service from 1997 until the end of the 1999
A very rare car in the USA, and unique on the European racing scene, this Dodge Dart is the ultimate way to get noticed on grids dominated by Ford Mustangs and Falcons. An extremely well-developed car (by the Bryant racing equipe), it is a multiple Masters and Goodwood Revival competitor, and a sure-fire invite due to its rarity. Perfect for the big European events, including the Spa Six Hours, the versatile Dart would also be ideal for the Tour Auto, Modena Cento Ore and other road events. Complete with current FIA Papers, please enquire if you wish to run at the front in a car that no one else will have!
This historically important Jaguar is one of only four factory-backed XJ12C Broadspeed race cars ever produced. In March 1976 Leyland Cars announced that the Jaguar marque would return to the world of international motor racing with its plans to contest the European Touring Car Championship with the 5.3 litre V12 XJ12C Coupe. The drivers were to be Derek Bell/David Hobbs and Andy Rouse/Steve Thompson. The cars were to be built under contract by Broadspeed Engineering Ltd, the ace tuning and engineering company founded by Ralph Broad, which had previously achieved success campaigning Minis and Ford Capris across Europe. The resultant machine was both fabulously powerful and formidably quick – the car thundering to pole position first time out at the Tourist Trophy at Silverstone. However, and despite the best efforts of drivers and engineers alike, the cars were plagued by misfortune and unreliability, much of it relating to the Jaguar factory insisting on standard road parts being used in places. Despite the 1976 season ending in disappointment, for 1977 two new lightweight coupes were built for Derek Bell and Andy Rouse, John Fitzpatrick and Tim Schenken. Again, the car was monstr
Ex-works (Leyland Cars Belgium) Group 1 car, driven by Julien Vernaeve, René Metge and Tony Pond. This important Triumph Dolomite Sprint is race ready having been a regular Motor Racing Legends HTCC & Goodwood Members’ Meeting entrant, and is the only remaining original Group 1 Leyland Cars works-supported car that is known to exist. Built in late 1973 for the 1974 season, chassis 2493 was actively campaigned in Europe by the works for a full 4 seasons – including 4 entries into the legendary Spa 24 Hours. The car was then retired at the end of the 1977 season, and spent a long period in the Spa Circuit Museum. It was therefore untouched and remained totally original. The current owner bought the car in 2009 and since then has sympathetically restored the car, while also developing it into a very competitive historic racer – as can be seen by its results at the three Goodwood Members’ Meetings it has been invited to take part in.
Previous owners include an obligatory African Head of State, in this case Hastings Banda, President of Malawi, and Sir Run Run Shaw owner of the film company behind the legendary Bruce Lee films. The Mercedes-Benz 600 was a large luxury limousine produced from 1963 to 1981. Generally, the short-wheel-base (SWB) models were designed to be owner-driven, the long-wheel-base (LWB), often incorporating a central divider with power window, by a chauffeur. The forerunner of the modern Maybach marque, the 600 "Grosser Mercedes" ("Grand Mercedes") succeeded the Type 300 "Adenauer" as the company's flagship and most expensive model. The Pullman, configured with two conference seats in addition to the rear seat all separated from the driver compartment by a power divide window. From a total production of 304 cars built only 39 were Right Hand Drive making this car very rare. Although they had a reputation as the Dictator’s car of choice the list of true A list owners ranged from Hugh Hefner, through the Beatles to Elvis and Coco Chanel! The 600 Grosser was the transport of legendary Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and Diamonds Are Forever. Our stunning car
CHASSIS NUMBER: FW04/2 Debuted at the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix, the FW04 was the second ever model created by the fledgling Frank Williams Racing Cars Team. For 1975, the team would use a combination of Arturo Merzario, Jacques Lafitte, Ian Scheckter and Lella Lombardi for driving duties. A very limited budget (even resorting to buying second hand tyres at some Grand Prix) didn’t hold the plucky team back though - the talented Lafitte even managing to bring the first FW04 home in second place at the 1975 German Grand Prix, earning the team a very valuable six championship points. Whilst reliability often eluded the FW04, the car showed real flashes of pace, and hinted at the great things to come from the team. In late ’75, this car (chassis 02) was constructed by the team and entered into the US Grand Prix for the lighting quick lady-driver Lella Lombardi. Reliability issues sadly curtailed her weekend, and the car wouldn’t run in another Grand Prix. With Canadian oil baron Walter Wolf buying up 60% of Frank Williams Racing Cars for 1976, FW04 chassis 01 had one more race with Renzo Zorzi, who even outqualified team-mate Jacky Ickx in the new FW05 at the opening round in Brazil. Bot