The Camargue is the only Rolls Royce model designed by a non - Rolls Royce designer: Pininfarina. A total of 534 cars were produced between 1973 and 1986. Â This car, chassis no. BCX02515, was delivered new in Belgium. A few years later, the owner brought the car to his residence in the US. In Greenwich, it was maintained by the famous Carriage House Motor cars. Then, the car was sold to its second and last owner. Â This Camargue is totally original, with a very beautiful patinated original interior. The paint, a beautiful luminous light blue, is also original and in very good condition. The car was never restored and has always been well maintained and garaged. The clock shows less than 70.000 Kms. Â US title - European taxes paid
This car was delivered new in 1984 in the name of Ordnance Services Berlin, the British military equipment services based in Berlin. Assigned to the Royal Corps of Transport , this car was used by various notables including: Duke of Edimburgh, his Serene Highness Prince of Wales, Margaret Thatcher... Â The car was then sold to someone in Berlin and some years later to a gentleman living in Lituania. The car is accident free, and its odometer shows 28,250 Kms from new. It is in excellent original condition. Lituanian papers.
This magnificent Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II Long-Wheelbase was ordered new through the Rolls Royce American Distributor J.S Inskip by the famous Mr. Elmer H. Bobst. The car was delivered to him on April 27, 1961 in a beautiful Black Masons paint with a single ivory pinstripe, over beige interior with matching beige piping. Â Mr. Bobst ordered his car with a few options including the air conditioning, electric windows and an electrically operated rear glass division. This car is one of the 258 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II Long Wheelbase and one of the fewer left hand drive car. Â When Mr. Bobst passed away in 1978, the Silver Cloud II was acquired by his wife who kept the car until she passed away in 2015. Between 2000 and 2006, more than 150.000 $ was spent on the car, including a 22.000$ mechanical overhaul by Foreign Car Engineering of Delray Beach - California, and a 32.000$ bare metal respay by Vantage Motor Works. Â Service history runs up to 2015. Perfect condition. US papers. EU taxes paid.
The Camargue is the only Rolls Royce model designed by a non - Rolls Royce designer: Pininfarina. A total of 534 cars were produced between 1973 and 1986. Delivered new in France in 1976, this car, chassis JRX 20784, is one of the 178 cars made between January 1973 and May 1978. She had only three owners from new and always stayed in France. As the service book can testifies it, the car has been serviced by Rolls Royce British Motors in Monaco until 1990, when the car was sold to its second owner. It is an original car, never restored. The Magnolia leather interior and the paint are in very good original condition. French carte grise. Service book.
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Finished 5th OA at the 1976 Targa Florio. Finished 9th OA at the 1977 Targa Florio. Impressive racing history. Eligible for many events including the Tour Auto. Very nice condition. Ready to race. Historic Technical Passport. FIVA papers. Italian papers. More information coming soon...
This 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 Duetto Spyder "Osso Di Seppia", delivered new to Munich (Germany), has been restored. The restoration has included paintwork, hood and interior trim. The color combinaison is really superb and the car runs perfectly. It has covered 78,990 km and is accident free. German historic road papers.
One of only two Delahaye 135 M Coupe built by Antem This Delahaye 135 M Coupe chassis no. 800990 has a breathtaking design with lines particularly fluid Totally restored Record with pictures of the restoration available Very few miles covered since the extensive restoration This Delahaye has a French registration
The marque Facel Vega was created by Jean Daninos in 1954. During the short life -1954 to 1964- of the marque,Â only 2,879 cars were built by the factory, all of them being stylish, luxurious and fast. Â Among them only 153 Excellences were manufactured. The glamorous, high-performance and extremely expensive luxury saloon Facel Vega Excellence was the only model with four doors (suicide doors at the back with no center pillar) ever made by the marque, and was unveiled by Facel Vega at the Paris Auto Show in October 1956.Â Â Our Facel Vega Excellence is one of 134 fitted with a De Soto âWedgeâ 361ci V8 engine. She was delivered new to Portugal in 1959 to her first and sole owner who registered her on 6th of January of that same year. Since then, the car has only covered 46,000 kmâ¦ Â Apart from having been repainted black, our Excellence is in original condition: original engine, original red leather interior, original carpets, original mileage. Â A rare opportunity to own a luxurious, fast and first-hand classic car bringing together the French high-style and the American power! Â -Portuguese registration-
One of the only 12 IROC Camaros raced in the 1975 IROC (International Race of Champions) Won 100% of the 1975 IROC races she entered (Michigan, Riverside, Riverside) Driven by Bobby Unser, Emerson Fittipaldi and Bobby Allison Believed to be one of the only 4 IROC Camaros remaining today Totally restored to period specs (including its famous #7 Black Livery) Very well documented with many period magazines, articles, pictures and technical data Ready to race. Eligible for the CER races.
Â 1981 FERRARI 512 BBLM - nicknamed "BBB" Â This Ferrari 512 BBLM chassis 35529 was sold new to Mr. Fabrizio Violati, a rich Italian Gentlemen, owner of the water brand "Ferrarelle" but also owner of its own racing team "Scuderia Bellancauto". Fabrizio Violati wanted his car to be different / improved in order to be faster and lighter than the other 512 BBLMs. Three of famous period engineer (including Armando Palanca) thought about few modifications for this carâs body. And at the end, this car looked quite different from the other ones. His racing history started at the Monza 1000 Kms on April 26, 1981. The car finished 1st in its category and 6th OA. Then, she entered Le Mans 24 Hours but without finishing the race. After few races, the car stopped racing during the whole 1983 season. And Violatiâs team and engineers reviewed new modifications for 35529, now nicknamed "BBB" for Berlinetta Boxer Bellancauto. The car entered Le Mans 24 Hours again, in 1984 but DNF. On June 1985, Violati ran the car during a Ferrari Italia Club event. After this event, the BBB was restored and totally revised. Then, she remained untouched and stayed inÂ Maranello Rosso Collection until 2014. Â
The Jaguar XK120 was launched at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1948. This new Jaguar Model was a real revelation to post-war England. 1951 saw the introduction of one of the most beautiful Jaguar models ever produced: the XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe. Jaguar made about 2,477 XK120 FHC examples. Â Our magnificent Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe, chassis no. S680774 was completed on February 10, 1953 and dispatched a few days later to US West Coast Jaguar distributor Charles Hornburg Junior in Los Angeles. Chassis S680774 was originally finished in black over a red leather interior. The first owner was not recorded. The second owner, a Sheikh, put a brown paint over a brown leather interior on the car. The third owner bought the XK120 in 1973 and kept the car for nearly four decades, during which time it was restored twice: in 1994 and 2008/9. He finally sold the car in 2011 to a gentleman who drove the car only a few miles. The car was stored in a heated garage, always maintained. Â Today, our Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe is for sale in perfect condition; painted in a magnificent pastel blue over a two-tone light grey / dark blue leather interior. The quality of the paint, the woods and
Jaguar E-type Series I 3.8L More and more appreciated, it is now quite difficult to find a beautiful example, even more if you are looking for the best configuration: Cabriolet, 3.8L, series I. The Jaguar E-type we have for sale is one of these: a beautiful 1963 E-type Cabriolet Series I 3.8L. The car has been restored and since, covered 5,700 km only. The color combinaison is beautiful: Ivory wih a navy blue interior and a navy blue hood. Perfect condition - French title.
The car was bought new in Italy in 1969 by the only one owner. He kept the car until we bought it in July 2012. The car has been restored in 1997/1998 ( a total cost of 20.000.000 Lires) and covered since only 11.650 kms. The engine was redone in December 2012 (crankshaft, valves, bearings, rings and all the gaskets of the engine were changed) The car is in very good general condition, with a beautiful color combinaison, never crashed and with only one owner from new!
Body made by Pourtout in 1948 First example of this "transition" model combining the pre-war style and the integral pontoon line Was exhibited on the Pourtout stand at the 1948 Paris Motor Show Participated in many Concours dâElÃ©gance (like Enghein-les-Bains in 1949 or the concours of "La Grande Cascade" at the Bois de Boulogne in 1949 too) Property of the Marquis de Cuevas in 1952 (he owned and managed a famous ballet company) It then went through the hands of several French owners In 1988-1989, the body, paintwork and upholstery of the car were restored by the Atelier Automobiles Anciennes in Chambray-les-Tours (AAAT) Claude Pourtout, Marcelâs Pourtout son, who supervised the restoration work, certified that this car was built by his fatherâs company Sold at an auction in New York in 1989, the car has since been part of various American collections This matching number car works perfectly. Only 43,405 km from new. Ready to appear at the main international Concours dâElegance events US papers. European taxes paid.
One of the finest XK140 Roadsters for sale today Completely restored in 2006 mechanically and cosmetically Manual gearbox Ready to use and enjoy US papers and Jaguar Heritage Certificate
Our Serie 62 Convertible left the factory in 1951, the year after the Cunningham Le Mans team proved that a Cadillac could do more than just drive "Miss Daisy". Its penultimate owner purchased it in California in 1992 and soon after had the convertible restored in time for the 1994 National Cadillac Club Show where it was judged and deemed a numbers matching Senior example, listed as # 168 in the International Cadillac LaSalle Club registry. This extensive 1994 restoration brought the car back to as-new spec, including its original color scheme of Mist Gray (paint code 10) over a red leather interior. The last owner of this Series 62 Convertible bought the car in 2007, driven it sparingly. In 2009, the engine and transmission were pulled, tested, and mechanically refreshed, while attending to electric and hydraulic systems . Since the car has been driven a mere 400 miles time enough to prove its roadability. Â
Beautiful original interior with somptuous wood veneer finish Automatic four-speed gearbox Air conditionning Only 3 owners from new Same owner during 28 years US papers - European taxes paid
This Ferrari 275 GTB Long nose Torque tube - Chassis no. 08729 is one of the only 88 Ferrari 275 GTB long nose steel with 3 carburettors built This LHD 275 GTB Torque tube is matching numbers and was sold new in Milan - Italy in 1966 She was perfectly restored by Bob Smith Coachworks and is in superb condition This Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Torque Tube is for sale complete and comes with handbooks, tool roll and Borrani wire wheels US title - European taxes paid
First presented as a prototype at the 1957 Torino Auto Show, using the Giulietta 1,290cc twin cam 4-cylinder, the Sprint Speciale was put into limited production to fit the FIA homologation regulations. Between 1958 and 1962, a total of 1,366 new version examples of the Speciale were built. The design gained a higher nose, Kamm tail and improved interior appointments. The Giulietta was replaced by the Giulia in 1963, and 1,400 examples were built through 1966. Our car, an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale, was produced in December 1963 and delivered to its first owner the 27th of November, 1964. It was first registered in the Netherlands on January 8th, 1965. Today, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale, chassis no. AR380684Â is in very good condition.The car is painted in its original color (cream), while the interior, original, is grey and blue. The Sprint Speciale has 65,905 kms from new and runs perfectly. The car comes with its original tool kit, instruction brakes manual and its user and maintenance book. Original Dutch papers. US papers. EU taxes paid.
- ELIGIBLE FOR THE MILLE MIGLIA - Â Our Mercedes-Benz 190SL -chassis no. 121042-10-015590- is one of 1,650 Mercedes-Benz 190SL built for the US market in 1959. Â Completed at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Stuttgart in December of 1959, it was soon exported to New York and the well-known US distributorship, Maximilien Hoffman. Â She was purchased in early 1960s by a New York state enthusiast who then gave the car to his son in 1975. Â In 1997, this one entrusted to Bruce L. Adams from Sports Leicht Restorations an extensive "frame off" restoration of his beloved Mercedes 190 SL, which lasted seven years and cost around USD 111,000! Â In 2015, she underwent an extensive service for about USD 25,900 at Mercedes-Benz Classic Center US (Irvine - CA). Â Totally restored and very well maintained, our Mercedes 190 SL is in perfect cosmetic and mechanical condition. She comes with her restoration record, and a copy of her Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Data Card. Â And the most important, she is now eligible for the Mille Miglia. Â US title - European taxes paid
The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith was intended to be the brandâs ultimate model during the late 40âs and 50âs. As such, most of the 1,783 chassis delivered in 12 years were fitted with large saloon and limousine bodies. Exceptionally rare were the Silver Wraith cars, even rarer were the Silver Wraith convertible styles cars which could be considered as the ultimate Rolls Royce in the period. Â Our car, the chassis no. LELW94 is one of this ultimate Rolls Royce Silver Wraith.Indeed, the body of our car combines the best of the 30âs design. Furthermore, it is a convertible (with an electric system!). Only five Rolls Royce Silver Wraiths were built to this particular design. Four cars were left-hand-drive for North American customers. Our car, chassis number LELW94 was the second of the only five and the first of the four LHD cars. It was fitted with many options, including automatic transmission and most importantly, power steering which had just become available. The car was sold new in Quebec to Mr. H.J OâConnellâs, for the use of his wife. The car stayed in Canada with its second owner, who restored the car in Florida to its present color combaison. The interior remained o
This XK 140 Roadster was manufactured December 21 st 1954 and was sold to Jaguar dealerâs Max Hoffer in NYC in January 1955. Although little is known of this carâs early years, the previous owner managed to acquire this vehicle which was in generally sound and original condition, having dismissed many other cars, choosing this rare and beautiful roadster. Upon returning to the UK, it was decided to restore the car. Between 2012 and 2013, more than 32.000 Â£ have been spent on the car. The car is now in superb condition, painted in Silver with a Maroon leather interior, hood and tonneau cover. The car has an accompanying hard top, beautiful and perfect for winter use. UK registration, Jaguar Heritage Certificate and many invoices comes with the car. Â
The Delage D8 S is the sportive version of the D8, with 20 horse power more. It remains the most iconic Delage tourer produced. Delage only built around 99 Delage D8 S against 2,000 Delage D8. Â This 1932 Delage D8 S Cabriolet chassis no. 38237 is a one-off car as it is the unique example designed by De CorvaÃ¯a and bodied by Pourtout. Moreover, it was exhibited on the de CorvaÃ¯a stand at the 1933 Paris Motor Show. Â This particular Delage was delivered new in France (first registered on the 1st of January, 1932). Then, it belonged to one of the most distinguished Delage collectors, AndrÃ© Surmain - famous Chef and also known as the founder of the restaurant LutÃ¨ce in New-York - who purchased it in 1966. He brought the car to Chapron in order to restore it. AndrÃ© Surmain sold this beautiful Delage D8 S to Albert Prost in 1978. Â The D8 S was regularly driven by Albert Prost during his 36-year ownership. The car even won the Mougins Concours dâElegance organized for the 2 nd Delage International meeting in the late 70âs. Â Today, this Delage D8 S is in remarkably well-preserved condition with a very subtle patina. The interior is "like new" and the odometer shows 21,240 km fr
1981 Lamborghini Countach LP400 S The Lamborghini Countach was first displayed to the public for the first time at the 1971 Geneva salon. The definitive version was presented at the 1973 Geneva salon and entered production for Europe in 1974, with examples sent to the first customers the following year. Four years later, Lamborghini launched the Countach LP400 S. Performance remained incredible, and the car boasted a top speed of more than 290 km/h (179.8 mph). Our car, chassis no.1121296, is one of only 237 Lamborghini LP400 S examples produced. The car was delivered new in Switzerland where it resides until we bought it. . With only 3 owners from new, this Countach LP400S is in excellent unrestored and original condition, with only 46,172 Kms from new, its original paint and interior. The LP400S has always been carefully maintaided and runs perfectly. Swiss papers. EU taxes paid. Documented with service invoices
Lola T70 MKIII Coupe Chassis SL73/130 Coupe finished on 26th May, 1967. Red with White stripes. Ordered by the Fujii Company Ltd // Taki Racing Team in Japan. The car arrived with another Lola T70 MkIII Coupe (chassis SL73/116) ordered by the Taki Team in Tokyo the 1st April, 1968. The car then raced in 1968 and 1969 with the Taki Racing Team, driven by Takahashi and Hasemi. Hasemi finished 1st with chassis no. SL73/130 at the All Japan Championship race at Fuji in August, 1968. GTC offers today a magnificent piece of history, the first Lola T70 that won in Japan. The car is in its original colors, totally restored during a 3 year period and a cost of 120.000 Â£. Ready to race.
Our 1968 L89 Racing car Corvette # 194678S404229 is one of the only 390 1968 L89 Corvettes (both coupes and convertibles) equipped with the RPO L89 engine. Â She was delivered new as a highly rated road car in 1968 before being prepared for racing by her second owner, Alex Harvey-Bailey, in 1972. Â Rhoddy Harvey-Bailey, Alex Harvey-Baileyâs son, entered and drove the L89 Racing Corvette # 194678S404229 into the 1972 British Modified racing series "Mod Sports" to 6 victories, 3 second-place finishes and lap records at Mallory Park and Castle Combe! Â This 1968 L89 Corvette had a tremendous impact on UK racing fans in 1972 as it was the sole big-bore American racing car active in the UK in 1972.Â Â Overhauled and restored in 2003 - 2004, she still retains the optional aluminium cylinder heads 1967-vintage 543 hp 427 cu V-8 engine, its original matching-numbers Muncie M21 gearbox and its singular 4-barrel set up (common with L88) which had been fitted for the 1972 UK "Mod Sports". Â Ready for FIA-approved historic racing events in Europe and vintage racing in the USA. Â European taxes paid Â
At the 1965 Paris Salon, Pininfarina exhibited a mid-engined prototype Berlinetta speciale known as the "Dino 206 S". After three more prototypes presented, production finally started in 1968 and ran until spring 1969 with 153 examples produced. Later in 1969, Ferrari started to produce the Dino 246 GT (and then the 246 GTS), until 1974, with more than 3912 cars made. Â Our car, a Ferrari Dino 206GT, chassis 00186, is the 44th of the 153 cars made by the factory. The car was first registered in Milano - Italy, on 28 October 1968. The car always stayed in Italy, with different owners, incluing 32 years (from 1982 - 2014) with the same gentleman, Mr. Salvatore dâAngelo. He sold the car in 2014 to an Italian car enthusiast. At some point during his ownership, he removed the original engine from the car, replacing it with an identical Fiat-Dino 2.0l engine. Â Today, the car is running very well, the âRosso Dinoâ paint is absolutely wonderful and the original engine is included with the car. Â The Dino 206GT is for sale with its Italian papers, FIA papers, passaporto tecnico and Massini report. Â Â
The only Porsche 908 Turbo running and remaining in the world today Potential winner of any historic race on the planet This fabulous car has a long and interesting racing history: - 03/05/1970: Targa Florio. Start no. 36 Â Race: 5 place overall and 4 place in class PT 3000 - 23/03/1975: 1000 kms Mugello. Start no. 6 Â Qualifying: 3 place overall. Race: 3 place overall - 20/04/1975: 1000 kms Monza. Start no. 7 Â Qualifying: 6 place overall. Race: DNF (engine problems) - 01/06/1975: 1000 kms NÃ¼rburgring. Start no. 7 Â Qualifying: 7 place overall. Race: 3 place overall This is just a summary of the 25 races the car entered Perfect mechanical condition 660bhp and 770 kg Ready to race and to win Â
This beautiful Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door SaloonÂ was sold new to a Belgian Gentleman driver The car is totally original, with a beautiful original colour combination Seychelles Blue / Grey leather interior. This example is one of the only 580 Silver Shadow MPW Two-door Saloon built. It is LHD, which is quiet rare for a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon. The car comes with its Swedish papers and original service book.