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  • 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce

    $110,000(£81,455)

    1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider s/n AR167221, Engine no. AR00106*10954* White with Black Interior Throughout their significant history, Alfa Romeo has produced some of the greatest sports and racing cars. But it was only with the introduction of the Giulia and Giulietta that they began to seriously enter the market with an affordable performance offering capable of winning the hearts and pocketbooks of enthusiasts around the world. The Giulia and Giulietta were small, sporty, charming, and elegantly trimmed sports cars with an air of sophistication that lured Europeans and Americans alike. Among the most desired of these cars offered at that time was the Giulietta Veloce. The Veloce model featured a twin cam 1300cc in-line four cylinder engine, twin Weber carburetors, higher compression ratio, and spirited cam profiles, resulting in performance with a touch of elegance. Collectors all over the world continue to admire these capable open sports cars for their rarity and performance capabilities, charming good looks, and delightful interior touches. This particular car is a genuine Veloce, originally manufactured and delivered to the first owner in 1961 in the original colors

    Last update: 4 Days Old
    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 29622 mi
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  • 1976 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera

    $139,500(£103,299.75)

    1976 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera s/n 9306800427, Engine no. *6860440* Anthracite Metallic with Black Leather Interior When the Porsche 930 Turbo was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show in 1974, it was nothing short of earth-shattering, instantly becoming the performance leader of the 911 line. After massive success pioneering the use of turbochargers during the first half of the 1970s, both in Can Am with the 917 and for road racing in the 911, Porsche had proven it could bring a reliable and capable turbocharged road car to market. By 1975 the 930 came to market, making it the fastest production car available in Germany. In 1976 the first production 930 was sold in North America, with the very early units featuring ‘Turbo Carrera’ emblems on the engine lid. The combined performance and luxury made the 930 one of the most desirable and expensive Porsches ever sold. Contemporary press gushed about the effortless acceleration, coupled with deceptive composure - an attribute that seemed positively alien in a period when few drivers had experienced turbocharged cars. The car's massive performance, by contemporary standards, made it a genuine contender for supercar status. For the first time,

    Last update: 16 Days Old
    • Year: 1976
    • Mileage: 66845 mi
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  • 1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster

    $395,000(£292,497.50)

    1950 Jaguar XK 120 Alloy Roadster s/n 670111, Engine no. W1216-8 Red with Tan Leather Interior It is difficult to encapsulate the enthusiasm that greeted Jaguar when, in 1948, they revealed the XK 120 to the British public and eventually the world. Even for the largely demure Brits, emerging from economic austerity following World War II, the XK120 caused quite a stir. The shocking and newly conceived XK 120 was nothing short of an earth-shattering revelation. This truly avant-garde car not only boosted morale among the weary UK population, it demonstrated to the world that Britain had not only the technical capacity in the automotive world but the fortitude to deliver a sensual and emotionally engaging car. Although originally intended to be a concept car showcasing Jaguars’ remarkable new twin-cam inline-6 cylinder engine, the breathtaking styling and genuine 120 mph performance, coupled with an affordable price, captured the imagination of the world. In short order, the largely hand-built aluminum-bodied car was rushed into limited production as orders came flooding in. With time and delivery pressures growing, Jaguar immediately realized they needed to reengineer the car for ma

    Last update: 17 Days Old
    • Year: 1950
    • Mileage: 28178 mi
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  • 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy Long Nose

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    1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy s/n 08117, Engine no. 08117 (internal number 992/64) Grigio Argento Metallizzato with Black Leather Unquestionably the Ferrari 275 GTB remains among the finest and most desirable sports cars in the world. Over a period of two years, Ferrari built just 453 examples of the original 275 GTB before introducing the revised GTB/4 at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1966. But it is the aluminum long nose that has continually captured the imagination of enthusiasts and collectors for decades since its original release. Known for their phenomenal performance, the 275 GTB featured the 3,285 cc type 213 SOHC V-12 engine capable of 300bhp at 7,600rpms. The GTB was not only a performance icon of racing, it became one of the most sought after road cars during their short production run. Ferrari historian Dyke Ridgley, whose authoritative 275 GTB production list was recently published by Cavallino magazine, states that Carrozzeria Scaglietti built only 205 examples with the desirable long-nose body style, introduced approximately halfway through 275 GTB production. The updated design was characterized by a revised front-end treatment (increasing the length and

    Last update: 17 Days Old
    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 19749 mi
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  • 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC

    $8,924(£6,608.22)

    1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631, Engine no. 10631 Fly Yellow with Black Leather Interior The Ferrari 330 GTC was revealed to an enthusiastic public in 1966 at the Geneva Auto Show. It was immediately heralded as a refined road machine with driving characteristics well beyond previous sports cars of the period. The engine was part of the ongoing development of the venerable Colombo V12, now displacing 4.0 liters, and generating 300hp. A torque tube connected the engine to the rear-mounted transaxle, optimizing weight distribution much like current high performance cars do today. The 330 GTC utilized disc brakes all round, independent front and rear suspension, and a 5-speed gearbox, resulting in exceptionally good road holding, performance, and reliable road use, even in daily traffic. The elegant but understated body design was taught and refined, while comfort amenities included air conditioning and electric windows, bolstering their sophistication as road cars. Becker or Blaupunkt radios were optional, as were wire wheels. Only 598 330 GTCs were constructed between 1966 and 1968. Like the svelte 250 GT Lusso, the 330 GTC was designed with very thin A and B pillars, giving the cabi

    Last update: 7 Days Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 80128 mi
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  • 2001 BMW Z8

    $239,500(£177,349.75)

    2001 BMW Z8 Roadster VIN: WBAEJ13461AH60405 Titanium Silver Metallic with Black Nappa Leather Long valued for their excellence in performance and design, BMW has become the premier sport luxury brand among enthusiasts who delight in driving their cars. In 1997, the Z8 emerged as the Z07 styling study, initially penned by Henrik Fisker (later to become head of design at Aston Martin). Although the Z07 concept was inspired by the legendary 507, it was never intended for production, rather as a statement of brand heritage. Yet customer reaction was both brisk and promising, causing BMW to reconsider their position and announcing the Z8 as a soon to be released limited production vehicle. Only one configuration, the roadster, would be constructed from 2000 to 2003. The production Z8 differed only slightly from the concept Z07, retaining the themes and details with a great deal of care. The Z8 featured a long hood and short deck, placing occupants nearly at the rear axle. The small doors, curvaceous fenders and low-slung stance, evoked a retro feel to the car, but still delivered a fresh look. All Z8s came with removable hard tops, unique keys, an embossed tool roll (a vintage touch), a

    Last update: 26 Days Old
    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 5645 mi
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  • 1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe Recreation

    $345,000(£255,472.50)

    1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe Recreation s/n CA950243 Guardsman Blue with Wimbleton White stripes One of the most remarkable cars ever assembled, the Shelby Daytona Coupe rightfully takes its place at the pinnacle of the Cobra legacy. Carroll Shelby’s passion to beat Ferrari at Le Mans came with the realization that the most powerful Cobra roadster lacked the body design to achieve 180+ mph along the Mulsanne straightaway, making it incapable of competing against the formidable Ferrari GTO. Undaunted by the challenge and eager to meet the coming season, young Peter Brock and the Shelby team set about designing an all new aerodynamic body over the roadster chassis. The genius of the Brock design resided primarily in the truncated tail, adapted from Brock’s interest in the 1930s German aerodynamicist Dr. Kamm, who developed the Kamm Tail. With little time to spare, Brock built an intuitively shaped body, capturing both aerodynamic functionality and brutal beauty in a way no other car had done before. Uniquely American in construction and design, the car hit the racetrack proving over and over again with GT class wins in 1964 and 1965 at Sebring, Le Mans, capturing the World Sportscar Cha

    Last update: 30 Days Old
    • Year: 1964
    • Mileage: 100 mi
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  • 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk. I

    $54,500(£40,357.25)

    1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mark 1 s/n B9470052LRXEFE Black with Black Interior Carroll Shelby is credited with some of the most important sports cars ever built. Yet the AC Cobra was not the only British donor car to be powered by a performance V8 engine. The Sunbeam Tiger provided enthusiasts a superb chassis (modified by legendary Ken Miles), a performance 260 Ford V8 engine, and contemporary styling afforded by the Sunbeam Alpine. The first Tiger was constructed by Shelby, but later refined for production albeit in England, resulting in just over 7000 examples being constructed between 1964 and 1967. The Tiger was not only a refined and cleverly manufactured sports car, it proved to be highly capable in racing trim including three Tigers constructed for Le Mans, an endless series of successful Rally cars, and competitive privateer race cars both in the US and UK. This particular car is a nicely prepared example boasting only three owners, two of which previously owned the car and returned again. The original owner, John Bartok purchased the car in late 1964, believing it to have been the first Tiger sold in Northern California. Bartok owned the car until 1972 then sold it to Richard Tre

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 14690 mi
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  • 1962 Jaguar XKE Roadster

    $225,000(£166,612.50)

    1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster s/n 875865, Engine no. R2302-9 Opalescent Blue with Dark Blue Leather Interior Once in a lifetime, beauty, engineering, and performance converge, resulting in an object so delightful it transcends generations of admirers. The Jaguar E-Type is exactly such a car. Unveiled at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, those in attendance were witnessing something miraculous. Stunning design, unrivaled performance, and racing lineage made the E-Type an immediate sensation. With its beautiful, uncluttered design and surprisingly affordable price, the E-Type grew to iconic status where it has remained for more than half a century. But it wasn’t beauty alone that launched this iconic car. Jaguar’s racing experience delivered a car with independent front and rear suspension, disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and power supplied by the legendary twin-cam inline-6 cylinder engine. Sales were brisk, affording ongoing development and advancements that would cover another decade of production. Over time, however, the original flat floor, welded louver cars became something of a legend, in part due to their being the very first E Type.

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 89475 mi
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  • 1971 Mercedes Benz 280SL

    $85,000(£62,942.50)

    1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Convertible s/n 1130441202022744 Dark Blue with Tan Interior After more than a century of superb automotive craftsmanship, Mercedes-Benz continues to be heralded as one of the premier innovators of performance and luxury. Decades of racing achievement and luxury refinement matured dramatically as US market growth encouraged new models, further endearing the brand to new and dedicated customers. The mid 60s proved to be a rapidly changing time for sports cars, the budding 230SL needed to replace both the 190SL and the iconic 300SL – an ominous task as the 300SL was a performance brute, but the 190, was nearly the opposite. The 230SL delivered perfectly, proving immediately appealing to customers seeking a charming and sporty car with clean styling and captivating details. The clarity and simplicity of design continued under the hood with technical advancements including Bosch fuel-injection, overhead-cam six cylinder engine, and syncromesh transmission, delivering reliable but brisk performance. A convertible top, and substantial trunk space allowed for elegant presence and practical traveling, even over long distances. Among the many features offered in the

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 72621 mi
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  • 1978 Ferrari 308 GT4

    $48,500(£35,914.25)

    1978 Ferrari 308GT4 s/n 14448, Engine no. F106AE*00653* Red with Red Interior It is difficult to imagine that Ferrari ever resisted the idea of mid engine layout for his cars. So hesitant was Enzo about mid-engine design that he insisted the first of his mid-engine creations, the 246, be launched under a different brand name - the Dino. But gradually as competitors entered the market, the mid-engine ideal began to make itself clear. With the introduction of the V8 engine, the final piece of the puzzle fell in place, triggering what would become decades of mid-engine Ferraris, still in production today. Yet, at the Paris Auto Show launch in 1973, the Bertone bodied 308GT4 still carried the Dino name. Unlike previous Pininfarina designs before it, the GT4 was linear and angular with an upright character and bladed edge look. The new Bertone architecture also featured a sizable trunk, room behind the front seats for luggage and small passengers, and reasonable access to the transverse mounted dual overhead cam V8 engine. Seating position was quite forward, allowing for fantastic visibility and pedal position. In short, a truly new car was launched, making tremendous impact on the futu

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1978
    • Mileage: 43255 mi
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  • 1961 Cooper Monaco Mk III

    $265,000(£196,232.50)

    1961 Cooper Monaco Mark III Dark Green with White stripes and Black Interior The Cooper Car Company is regarded as one of the most important British Motorsports companies in the world. A small powerhouse of a business throughout post war racing, Cooper cars elated spectators and press with their engineering efficiency and nimble capacity on racetracks all over the world. The list of drivers for their racecars includes Sir Stirling Moss, Juan Manuel Fangio, Jack Brabham, Bruce McLaren, and Pedro Rodriguez, to name but a few. Throughout the 50s and 60s their rear engine racecars dominated the scene with pioneering technology including lightweight honeycomb monocoque construction, engine tuning, and several racing innovations. Of course their dominance was not limited to Formula One, as the Mini-Cooper proved on Rally courses over and over again. The Cooper Monaco was a very special, low profile, lightweight sports racer, which earned its name in honor of the Cooper victory at the 1958 Monaco Grand Prix. First introduced in 1958, ongoing refinements were put in place with the Mark II (first offered in 1960) and again as the Mark III. The Mark III development was particularly important

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1961
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  • 1961 Ferrari 250 59TR Reconfiguration

    $395,000(£292,497.50)

    1961 Ferrari 250 59TR Reconfiguration s/n 2597GT, Engine no. 5203 Rosso Corsa with Blue Interior The 250 Testa Rossa is quite simply the one of the most remarkable and important cars built by one of the most legendary marques. Thanks to their World Sports Car championship victories (including Le Mans in 1958, 1959, and 1961) and historical significance, 250 Testa Rossas are now so valuable that they are rarely used, depriving the public and their owners of the joy of experiencing them. Consequently, high-quality reconfigurations using Ferrari chassis, with Ferrari serial numbers, wearing alloy bodies, and using Ferrari mechanical components have garnered the interest of true Ferrari enthusiasts seeking the experience of some of the most significant automobiles ever constructed without the multi-million dollar price tags. Though Bob Norwood is most famous for his outrageous turbocharged versions of various modern Ferrari road cars (including a 1178hp twin turbocharged F50), he also built four 250TR replicas during the late 1980’s. This is one such car, and it was executed with the consummate attention to detail expected of someone who takes some of the most desirable cars in the wor

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1961
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  • 1966 Shelby Mustang G.T. 350

    $135,000(£99,967.50)

    1966 Shelby GT 350 s/n SFM6S1433, Engine no. 6R09K172853 (included) Red with White Stripes and Black Interior More than fifty years ago Carroll Shelby put his name on the first K-coded Mustang fastback, packing the potent 289/271 hp engine and just a handful of other changes, making the now legendary GT 350. And while individual modifications were seemingly minor to an already potent Hi-Po package, the collective difference was remarkable. Shelby knew how to market the new cars, his team knew how to drum up media interest, and with Ford race support, the word was out – if you wanted a capable American performance car that could compete against any of the high priced European offerings, the GT350 was a great choice. Not only was the GT350 a performance car, utilizing the proven Mustang platform, enthusiasts could enjoy American reliability and sports car handling without worrying about costly maintenance or difficulty acquiring parts. By 1966 successful sales and racing momentum with Ford had grown significantly. Both Shelby and Ford increased their marketing efforts, expanding the Shelby offering, beginning with a range of paint colors including red, blue, green, black, as well as

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 86553 mi
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  • 1959 Facel Vega HK 500

    $225,000(£166,612.50)

    1959 Facel Vega HK500 s/n HK J2-0426, Engine no. TY41834 Pale Yellow with Bordeaux Leather Post war Europe saw the emergence of some of the most innovative automotive companies and engineering ideas the modern world had ever seen. Companies had learned so much about mass production, they were eager to meet the opportunities in the growing world market for sporting and luxury cars. When French steel-press manufacturer Facel S.A. decided it was time to build their own car, they approached their project with pride, craftsmanship, and excellence not only in manufacturing but in the finest design and quality for each of their limited production cars. Automobile stamping was not new to Facel. They had already provided bodies for a range of companies including Ford, Panhard, Simca, and Delahaye, so it was not to great a leap for them to assume a car of their own complete design. After a series of developments with luxury brands including Bentley and the handsome Ford Comete, and work in the aviation industry, Facel debuted the “Vega” model in 1954. The design was large and yet sporty, with a low roofline, dramatic wraparound windshield, featuring wire wheels, and a potent V8 engine. Emplo

    Last update: 30 Days Old
    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 41690 mi
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  • 1925 Hispano-Suiza H6B Convertible Sedan

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    1925 Hispano-Suiza H6B Convertible Sedan Coachwork by Belvallette s/n 11093, Eng. no. 301111, Body no. 9899 Black with Maroon Leather and Highlights The luxurious and elegant Hispano-Suiza came to fruition at a time in automobile development when industry was booming and individual wealth was increasing at historic rates. Chosen by European royalty, Maharajahs, Hollywood film stars and industrial tycoons, the legendary Hispano-Suiza was brilliantly engineered, adorned with beautiful fixtures, and stunning handmade coachwork. Swiss engineer Marc Birkigt had proven his capabilities with Hispano-Suiza-engined Spad fighter planes in World War I, devising a lightweight aluminum casting with steel liners, essentially creating the first block castings of their type. After the war, Hispano-Suiza delivered the same brilliance to the new H6 cars built in Paris at the Bois Colombes factory, unveiled in 1919, with the H6B model revealed in 1920. Captain Georges Guynemer's Stork Squadron of Hispano-Suiza-engined Spads became the mascot adorning the H6 radiator, featuring a six-cylinder car of 6,597cc capacity. The model was renowned for its ease of handling, engine efficiency, durable three-spe

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1925
    • Mileage: 91995 mi
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  • 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce

    $65,900(£48,798.95)

    1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce Race Car s/n AR*390611*, Engine no. AR00112*08366* Black with Red Interior Alfa Romeo, the Italian giant of automobile manufacturing was not always a prolific producer of great sports cars. Prior to the Giulia and Giulietta, Alfa cars were handmade using detailed labor and complex fabrication. All this changed when the Giulia and Giulietta arrived. These sporty and charming, yet finely trimmed cars delivered an air of sophistication and performance to an eager public. Both cars enjoyed success, with strong sales in Europe and America. Among the most desired of these cars is the Giulietta Veloce. The Veloce featured a twin cam 1300cc in-line four cylinder engine, twin Weber carburetors, higher compression ratio, and spirited cam profiles, resulting in improved overall performance. Even better still was the lager displacement 1600cc Giulia Veloce, also with twin-Weber carburetors, but with front disc brakes as standard equipment. This particular car is a genuine Giulia Veloce Spider that has been set up for vintage racing. The car has been in the collection of one of the most prominent and respected collectors in the world. During his ownership th

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 55299 mi
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  • 1939 Talbot-Lago T-23 Major Cabriolet by Carrosserie Talbot

    $395,000(£292,497.50)

    1939 Talbot-Lago T23 Major 4.0 Liter Cabriolet Coachwork by Carrosserie Talbot s/n 93615, Engine no. 23440 Black with Red Leather Talbot-Lago sits prominently among the greatest of all European prewar automotive marques. Their brilliance of design, engineering, and elegance converges on a history of challenge and determination, all of which is embodied in the sculptured legacy of their grand designs. Yet troubled as Talbot-Lago was throughout their storied past, nothing kept them from perfecting and achieving astonishing automobiles of the finest order. It is this fortitude and demand for perfection that brought the open coachwork 4 liter T23 to fruition. By 1933, Talbot had achieved racing success at Le Mans, Indianapolis, and the French Grand Prix. These successes however were having little impact on sales, and, had it not been for the timely arrival of the vibrant Italio-British engineer Anthony Lago in 1934, surely it would have been the last of Talbot. But fate had sent Lago to the rescue, and with him came engineer Walter Brecchia. The first of their projects was a Brecchia designed 3 Liter effort that was suitable but underpowered and, lacking proper platforms for coachwork,

    Last update: 9 Days Old
    • Year: 1939
    • Mileage: 93836 mi
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  • 1971 Mercedes Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet

    $375,000(£277,687.50)

    1971 Mercedes Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet s/n 111027.12.003241 Engine no. 116980.12.002685 Beige with Brown Leather Interior Among the finest luxury cars today, Mercedes-Benz stands as one of the premier innovators in both performance and luxury. Decades of racing achievement and luxury refinement combined in their offerings and matured dramatically as US market growth encouraged new models that further endeared the brand to both new and dedicated customers. Introduced in late 1969 as a prestige model, the V8-powered W111-Series 280SE 3.5 replaced the dated and underpowered inline six. Offered in both coupe and convertible form, the 280SE was immediately appealing to wealthy customers seeking quality workmanship and bespoke accessories in an automobile, but uninterested in the purposeful and expensive 600 series. The last of the truly hand-built Mercedes-Benz cars, the body was restyled with a clean and unified grille, carrying both tradition and freshness to the new look. Under the hood technical advancements included a Bosch fuel-injected, 200bhp overhead-cam V8 with 211 foot-pounds of torque designed to deliver reliable and spirited performance. Period reviews included a notable ch

    Last update: 4 Months Old
    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 40508 mi
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  • 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

    $79,500(£58,869.75)

    1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint s/n 149321131 engine no. AR00536*01239* Red with Black Interior and Red Accents The Giulietta is the car that took Alfa Romeo from being a relatively small production company to being an economically viable and successful firm. Prior to that, they had produced large and expensive cars, and never in very large numbers. With the Giulietta, however, Alfa Romeo produced significant numbers of these charming and capable cars. Its success was due in part to its unique placement in the market. It was neither a large hugely expensive car, nor was it very small utility car (such as the Fiat 500). Instead, the Giulietta was affordable enough so that many could buy it, yet permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring that really struck a chord with buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. This car is a nicely upgraded and restored example that has a 1700cc engine kit converted to dual 40mm Weber carburetors, hotter camshafts, and a 5-speed transmission. The car also has front disc brakes, and lowered suspension with adjustable Koni shock absorbers. It has been properly cared for and maintained, and has been in the hands of enthusiastic California ow

    Last update: 5 Months Old
    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 68105 mi
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  • 1940 BMW 335 Cabriolet by Autenrieth

    $495,000(£366,547.50)

    1940 BMW 335 Four-Door Cabriolet by Autenrieth s/n 100319, Engine No, 100319 Black with Red Leather BMW has long been regarded as one of the leading manufacturers of exceptional luxury road cars. Decades of superbly engineered cars, resplendent with leather interiors, beautiful bodywork, and performance engines, are all hallmarks of Bavarian excellence. Yet excellence in luxury was not always a part of BMW, particularly in the late 1930s when Mercedes-Benz was heralded as the dominant leader in this class. But all this changed in 1938 when BMW launched their prototype 335 at the London Motor Show, clearly indicating their interest in the luxury segment. Response for the car was overwhelming, resulting in production commencing the following year, which would continue until 1943, albeit short-lived, due to the war. The 335 has since been largely credited for launching BMW into the high-performance luxury market. Yet historic import and luxury brand genesis are but a few of the many features of distinguished excellence represented in this particularly stunning example. This stately BMW is one of only 415 Series 335 models built during the production period of 1939-1943. Believed to be

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1940
    • Mileage: 1948 mi
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  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Split Window Coupe

    $295,000(£218,447.50)

    1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Split Window Coupe s/n 30837S 109331, Engine no 3109331 F020IRF Sebring Silver with Black Interior Design excellence and racing prowess vaulted the Corvette into the pantheon of great American cars many years ago. Today, the best of these great cars continue to be sought after. Even among the finest European cars of the 60s, the all-new 1963 Corvette set a high standard for performance excellence at a reasonable price. Having distinguished itself at the track and on the road, the new 63 Stingray was a stunning revelation of design and performance. Captured initially by the youthful Pete Brock and refined by Corvette designer Larry Shinoda, the 63 split window was a phenomenal visual achievement. But Chevrolet was not satisfied to simply offer their customers great looking performance cars. Enter performance legend Zora Arkus Duntov with his clever directives circumventing corporate distaste for racing by building option packages for cars with racing in mind - among them the now iconic Z06 package. The 1963 Corvette Z06 Special Performance Equipment Package with the Endurance Racing Fuel tank is among the most desirable performance sports cars ever built.

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 10464 mi
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  • 1961 Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase Berlinetta Recreation

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    1961 Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase Berlinetta Recreation s/n 3251, engine no. 3251 Blue Chario with Cream Leather Ferrari sports racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s are among the most desirable, beautiful, and valuable cars in existence. Dominant in racing, a pleasure to drive, and highly collectible, they are the holy grail in the collector car sphere and are now so valuable that they are rarely used, depriving the public and their owners of the joy of experiencing them. Consequently, high-quality reconfigurations using Ferrari mechanical components and faithfully recreate the construction of the original cars have garnered the interest of Ferrari enthusiasts and collectors seeking the experience of some of the most significant automobiles ever constructed without the multi-million dollar price tags. The SWB is one of the most desirable and iconic vintage Ferraris, representing one of the last competition-oriented cars that could also be used on the street. Highly effective GT racing cars, the SWB was clothed in stunning lightweight bodywork styled by Pininfarina, had disc brakes for the first time on a Ferrari, and was powered by Ferrari’s venerable 3 liter V12 producing nearly 3

    Last update: 1 Day Old
    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 59544 mi
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  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Recreation

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    1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Recreation s/n 3343, Engine no. 4703 Rosso Corsa with Blue Cloth Seats The Ferrari GTO needs no introduction to automotive enthusiasts. Equally famous for its dominance in the international racing scene as for its astronomical eight figure values, the GTO is perhaps the ultimate classic Ferrari. Today they are among the world’s most historically significant and valuable cars. When new, they were highly successful in international motor racing, winning the world sports car championship in 1962, 1963, and 1964. Today, the majority of GTOs have been long since acquired by sophisticated collectors and are thus out of reach for most people, even Ferrari collectors. Consequently, high quality reconfigurations carrying Ferrari chassis and serial numbers, Ferrari engines, and alloy bodies of the original style and construction type, have garnered the interest of enthusiasts seeking the experience of owning and driving one of the world’s most important automobiles without the out-of-reach price tag or uneasiness associated with enjoying such a valuable car. This particular car is an outstanding example, believed to have been constructed in the early 1980s by Favre, who

    Last update: 5 Months Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 250 mi
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  • 1987 Porsche 930 Turbo

    $115,000(£85,157.50)

    1987 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe VIN WP0JB0932HS050359, engine no. 68H00370 Carmine Red with Black Leather Interior Although the Porsche Turbo is now a natural fixture in the consciousness of car buffs because it is such an iconic car, it was genuinely earth-shattering when it emerged in the mid 1970s. After massive success pioneering the use of turbochargers during the first half of the 1970s in the 917 Can Am and 911-based sports cars, Porsche had the knowhow to bring a reliable and capable turbocharged road car to market. The 930 was hugely impressive when new, and contemporary road testers gushed about its effortless ability to gain speed with deceptive composure, an attribute that seemed positively alien in a period when few drivers had experienced turbocharged cars. And indeed the car's massive performance by contemporary standards made it a genuine contender for supercar status, placing Porsche in a different category than it had previously occupied in the eyes of performance car junkies for the first time. In many ways, the production 930 was diametrically opposed to Porsche’s previous high performance 911, the Carrera RS. Where the RS of just a few years earlier was a raw and

    Last update: 6 Months Old
    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 62339 mi
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  • 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster

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    1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster s/n 198.042.7500568 Fire Engine Red with Tan Leather Interior The 300SL was one of the most exotic cars available when it was new. Directly descended from racing cars, and chock full of innovative features, they were fast, beautiful, and expensive. Arguably the first 'supercar' ever (others claim that honor should be bestowed upon the Lamborghini Miura), the 300SL has been described as the McLaren F1 of its day. Thanks to Mercedes' development work during World War II in aircraft engines, the300SL became the first production car to feature fuel injection (directly injected into the cylinders no less), and the light but strong spaceframe necessitated the now legendary and often copied upwards opening doors on the closed variant of the car. The result was a stunningly beautiful but also functional car that was, depending on gearing, the fastest production car in the world. Surrounded by separate frame carbureted contemporaries, the SL was truly a glimpse of the future and remains today a very special car indeed. Its appeal is timeless and consequently, 300SLs have remained 'blue-chip' collector cars that are always in demand and perhaps even cultural

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 25388 mi
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  • 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 by Touring

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    1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 by Touring s/n 0622, Engine no. 0570 Red with Arancia Leather Legends often begin with impassioned exchanges and fiery pronouncements. Whether true or simply the lore of Italian operatic embellishment, Ferruccio Lamborghini embarked on a journey to build his own sports car, enraged by a disagreement with Enzo Ferrari over the reliability of his personal Ferrari. Familiar with industry, Lamborghini was soon producing a formidable sports car that was in many ways better built, more sophisticated, and performed better than contemporary Ferraris. Technical specifications surprised the automotive press, with statistics that included a quad cam V-12, four wheel independent suspension, disc brakes, and a five-speed gearbox, first supplied by ZF, and later built in house by Lamborghini. All this served customers very well, with the added benefit of making Ferrari’s single cam engines, live rear axles, and four-speed gearboxes appear rather dated. The contemporary press lauded Lamborghini’s build quality, design, and performance revealing that the 350GT and 400GT were more luxurious and less demanding to drive than rival Ferraris. All this set Lamborghini on a pat

    Last update: 6 Months Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 13265 mi
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  • 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

    $259,500(£192,159.75)

    1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster s/n 1E10834, Engine no. 7E3416-9 Silver-Grey with Red Leather Once in a lifetime, beauty, engineering, and history converge, resulting in an object so delightful - it transcends generations of admirers. The Jaguar E-Type is exactly such a car. Unveiled at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, those in attendance were witnessing something brilliant. Stunning design, unrivaled performance, and racing lineage made the E-Type an immediate sensation. With its beautiful lines and surprisingly affordable price, the E-Type grew to iconic status where it has remained for more than half a century. But it wasn’t beauty alone. Jaguar’s racing experience offered independent front and rear suspension, disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and Jaguar’s legendary twin-cam inline-6 engine. Sales were brisk, affording ongoing development including the 4.2 liter engine and fully synchronized gearboxes for 1965. Later cars, particularly those imported to the United States, had safety and emissions equipment that negatively influenced both performance and aesthetics, thus making Series I 4.2 liter cars among the most desirable. This particula

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 3471 mi
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  • 1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe by Pinin Farina

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    1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe by Pinin Farina s/n 0263EU, Engine no. 0263EU Two-Tone Blue with Powder Blue Leather The elegance and grace of early coachbuilt Ferraris are often sequestered to museums or hidden from the public in private collections. It is rare to find an early car that has been both beautifully restored and universally adored by experts and enthusiasts in public showings and numerous featured publications. Such is the case with this unique and stunning Ferrari. In October 1952, Ferrari initiated a gradual transition from the earlier series 212 platform, developing the first of the Europa series (designated by the EU serial number). The first of these cars debuted as the Inter Cabriolet with coachwork by Pinin Farina (chassis number 0235 EU). The new GT car was well received in part due to the increased wheelbase and improved chassis dynamics. Just 78 examples of the 212 Inter were produced between 1951 and 1953, with 26 of the final 29 cars receiving the EU chassis designation as Europas. These cars were powered by the 170 bhp, 2,562 cc SOHC V-12 engine with three Weber 36 DCF carburetors. Power fed through a five-speed manual gearbox, featuring independent front s

    Last update: 7 Months Old
    • Year: 1952
    • Mileage: 8018 mi
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  • 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka

    $215,000(£159,207.50)

    1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka s/n KPGC10-001443, engine no. S20 000212 Light Platinum Metallic with Black Interior Although the Skyline, particularly the racing-derived GT-R variant, exploded into the consciousness of American and European collectors relatively recently, the cars have always been deeply revered in Japan. The Skyline story dates back to 1957, when Prince Motor Company introduced what was for postwar Japan, a large and luxurious car with obviously American influenced styling. With 60hp or so, it was far from sporting, and it was not until 1964 when the car gained, in a very big way, serious sporting credibility. In 1964, by combining a lengthened Skyline body with the larger Gloria’s 6-cylinder powerplant, the car proved itself at the Japanese Grand Prix sweeping 2nd through 6th behind a Porsche 904. The car continued on to be a successful race car, nearing 50 consecutive wins in the 18 months it was actively campaigned. Thus began a performance dynasty and a legendary nameplate which continues to this day. In 1966, Prince Motor Company merged with Nissan and the next generation Skyline, which was already in development, was badged as a Nissan when it appeared in

    Last update: 5 Months Old
    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 82740 mi
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