1963 Bentley S3 Continental Owned by Actor Dudley Moore Dudley Moore's Pride and Joy This 1963 Bentley S3 Continental was owned by famous actor and English comedian Dudley Moore of the famous movie Arthur. With coachwork by James Young, Chassis BC134XA was Dudley's pride and joy for many years. Finished in cream with green leather upholstery, Dudley used the Bentley extensively. As of 1981 the mileage read 26k and currently shows 72k. During his ownership in California the car was regularly maintained by a number of specialists although by the 1990's the car was used less frequently. The Bentley comes equipped with air conditioning and a sliding sun roof. Several months before his death, Dudley decided that he wanted to donate his car to be auctioned for charity and the car was auctioned in May 2002 for the sum of $145,000. The opportunity to own this gorgeous S3 Continental that's been cherished and loved by Dudley Moore as one of his prized possessions should not be missed. Chassis No. BC134 XA Engine: V8, overhead valve, 6,230cc. Gearbox: four-speed automatic; Suspension: front, independent, unequal length wishbones, coil springs, rear, semi-elliptic leaf springs; Brakes: servo-
This 1963 Porsche 356B 1600 Coupe is an excellent matching numbers driver quality car. Green with tan interior. It has a fresh engine rebuilt with $12k invoice included. A great buy at just $56,500
This 1980 Ferrari 400i is a very rare and desirable 5-speed manual example. Red with red interior and partially disassembled. Chassis number 41987 is not currently running but the motor does turn. An excellent car to restore for only $23,500
Exciting and incredibly original 1980 BMW M1 One of the most important cars in the history of BMW This 1980 BMW M1 might be one of the most original examples in existence. Red with black interior. It's been a California car it's entire life and has had just one owner from new. Only 13k miles. It was last running just 4 years ago before being placed in storage. The M1 is regarded as one of the most important BMW's in history. Only 453 of these hand-built cars were produced. Don't miss out on this incredibly exciting investment for just $595,000
1976 Ferrari 365GT4 This 1976 Ferrari 365GT4 is an extremely desirable and highly collectible car with it's front-mounted carbureted V12 engine mated to a five speed manual gearbox. This rust free example benefits from 30 years of California ownership. It's a European delivery "grey market" car that was imported to the US in the early 1980's. It now has just 83k kilometers and runs and drives excellent. The clutch was replaced at 55k kilometers and the timing chain at 65k kilometers. The car was repainted in 1982 in red over black from the original silver. An excellent driver and a superb buy for any Ferrari collector or enthusiast alike. Price: $79,500
1962 Ferrari 250GTE 2+2 Series II Chassis No. 3177 Engine No. 3177 Series II (the 29th of the 2nd Series) The 330th of a total of 954 units built This 1962 Ferrari 250GTE 2+2 Series II is an excellent original example with matching numbers. Black with black interior and accompanied buy it's original tool roll, chassis 3177 has an excellent body with excellent panel fit. Originally finished in Grigio Conchiglia (Silver) with Beige Connolly hides. It now wears new black leather on the front seats over red carpets. In the US since the 1960s, it has a well-documented ownership history and has also just completed a detailed service with copies of the service invoices on file. The car was repainted many years ago and while the overall presentation of the paint is very good, small areas of cracking can be noticed around the base of the front and rear windows. The exterior chrome is excellent throughout, with no pitting or corrosion. The engine compartment is nicely detailed with all correct equipment and the underside of the car is clean and rust free. Currently the car is ready to drive and enjoy. It starts easily and the engine sounds excellent and pulls strong with excellent oil pressu
This 1955 MG TF Convertible . It is equipped with a 4 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Red with a Red interior. It is offered As-Is, not covered by a warranty. - This 1955 MGTF is a nice solid driver. It comes with a white convertible top and white side curtains. The motor runs strong and the brakes are good. The TF is the Last of the traditional MG midgets with headlights molded into the fenders, sloping radiator grille, and pressurized cooling system with simulated external radiator cap. The car has good tires, a new carpet, and it's original leather seats. The car also comes with it's original blakelite steering wheel with leather cover. Overall this would be an excellent classic to own for only $19,500.
This 1956 Jaguar XK140 FHC is a good original car for complete restoration. Burgundy with black interior. It also comes with an extra engine but both are non-matching. A great buy at just $18,950.
This 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Series I is a very exciting discovery for restoration. It's a matching numbers rust free California car that's been sitting in storage for many years. Argento Fumo with dark red interior. Motor is out of the car. Accompanied by it's Marcel Massini report. It comes complete and is an excellent buy at just $227,500. Chassis No. 6169 Engine No. 6169
This 1962 Daimler SP250 is an excellent original California car to restore. Burgundy with black interior. It comes very complete and structurally sound. For only $12,950.
This 1983 Porsche 911SC 3.0 Cabriolet is a good original car needing some minor cosmetics. Red with black interior. It runs and drives well and has 129k miles. A great driver and a great buy for just $32,500.
1965 Maserati Mistral 3.7 Litre Coupe Chassis No. AM109314 Engine No. AM109314 Recently Uncovered after 35 Years of Garage Storage From 41 Years of Ownership Numbers-Matching Engine Stunning Frua Coachwork An Exceptionally Solid Example for a Straightforward Restoration The Mistral, was introduced by Maserati as the replacement for the successful 3500 GT. To many, it is considered one of Fruas most attractive designs and represents the end of the line for Maseratis famous race-bred straight-six engine. Recently uncovered after many years of garage storage, AM109314 is presented as it was found. Its long-term owner, Mr. Wyckoff purchased the Mistral in May of 1974 and it was eventually parked in his home garage during the very late 1970s, only to make its way out just this year. Believed to be an early 1965 model, featuring a 3.7L engine, manual transmission and alloy bodywork, this beautifully unspoiled Maserati displays older cosmetics, along with numbers-matching mechanicals, original wheels and auxiliaries throughout. To be sold on its 1974 title. The paint color was changed to red in many years past, while the underlying silver can be seen in several discreet areas. After a car
This 1970 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 is a wonderfully original example with 80k miles from new. This extremely desirable car has been sitting for the last 3 years and needs servicing. Gold with beautiful leather interior. A very solid, straight, and honest original car. A great buy for only $23,500.00
This 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe is a beautiful driver quality example that has a desirable V8 conversion. Burgundy with tan interior. This Continental is a very strong driver and shows very nicely. The upgrade to the V8 engine was done a long time ago and is quite common for these cars as the original V12 engines proved complicated and often required much attention. An excellent buy for just $23,500
This 1967 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8 is an excellent example in need of straightforward refurbishing. Blue with black interior. It's an honest original car that's quite solid and straight overall. A great buy at just $32,500
This 1968 Maserati Mistral is an extremely original matching numbers example for straightforward restoration. Red with black interior. A very straight, honest, and complete car overall. Produced between 1963 and 1970, in both coupe and Spyder form, the Maserati Mistral was the successor to the iconi 3500GT. A total of 828 coupes were built. With a body designed by Pietro Frua, the Mistral is generally considered as one of the most beautiful Maseratis of all time. A rare find for only $97,500.
This 1964 Porsche 356SC Coupe is a nice original matching numbers driver quality example. Slate Grey with grey interior. It runs and drives excellent and is very presentable. A very desirable 95HP SC and a great buy at just $67,500 Chassis No. 216517 Engine No. 810880
This 1970 Volkswagen Beetle with factory sunroof is a one owner California car with absolutely no rust. White with black interior. It's an extremely original and honest car with the best body you will find. A true barn-find that's incredibly straight and well preserved. A Beetle this good is almost impossible to come across at this point and this particular example is a great buy at just $9 , 750
This 1964 Sunbeam Tiger Series I is a gorgeous driver. Red with black interior. A very clean and straight example for only $49,500.
2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2dr Sport Cpe 1.8L 1.8L 4 Cylinder Engine Automatic Transmission 52,332 Miles Style plays into the equation of the small Mercedes Benz's C230 appeal with the C-Class drawing inspiration from bigger Mercedes-Benzes. This 2004 C230 Kompressor is equipped with alloy wheels, a three-spoke multifunction sport steering wheel with raised thumb-grips, leather-covered sport shift knob, rubber-studded stainless steel pedals, an enlarged chrome exhaust tip, body-colored door handles, aluminum door sills and much more. PANORAMA ROOF and CLEAN CARFAX. Everything works as it should and it runs and drives excellent. A lot of car for only $6,950
This 1962 Ferrari 250GTE Series II is an absolutely beautiful matching numbers example. Burgundy with cream leather. It runs and drives fantastic. The engine has just recently been completely rebuilt. It also includes it's Marcel Massini report. A collectors dream and an incredible investment for only $565,000
Extremely Rare: Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe This 1959 Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe has just 39k miles from new and is one of just 353 ever produced. This particular matching numbers example might be one of the most original PF Coupes in existence. White with it's original black leather interior that's never been touched. The paint is now checking and showing it's age. Accompanied by it's factory tool roll and owners manual. Documented by Marcel Massini. The car was acquired from an 85 year old gentleman who bought it in 1965, garaged it, and pampered it for nearly 50 years. Here's your chance to own this extremely rare and un-restored gem. Chassis No: 1315 Engine No: 1315 Price $725,000
This 1966 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8 is a beautiful original driver quality example. Red with black interior. Within the last 2,500 miles the engine and transmission were rebuilt. The car runs and drives excellent and shows very nicely. A great car for only $46,500
This 1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal is an excellent original car that could use minor cosmetics. Orange with black interior. An overall solid, straight, and honest car that's not to be missed for only $46,500.
1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL: The last and most desirable year. A one owner car with 38k miles. This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL is an excellent original California car and the last a most desirable year for the 560SL. Garnet red with tan interior. A beautiful one owner car with just 38k miles and two tops. 107 chassis SL's are becoming more collectible with each passing day and the 560SL is as good as it gets. The 560SL represents a pinnacle of refinement in the W107 series and this particular example is a very smart buy for only $34,500
Extremely Rare 1958 Porsche Super Speedster This incredibly rare 1958 Porsche Super Speedster has been under the same ownership for the last 30 years and is in superb condition. Ruby Red with Black leather interior and factory hardtop. It wears an absolutely beautiful older restoration and has won many awards. Chassis No. 84835 is a very late 1958 Speedster and the Super Speedster is one of the most desirable and collectible Speedsters to own. Throughout it's life it was always owned and pampered by a Porsche enthusiast. According to the Certificate of Authenticity, Chassis #84835 is a factory born Super Speedster with Engine #81950. However, the engine which is in the car (#82297) is a correct Super engine but not matching numbers. In the last 30 years we have only found two Super Speedsters. The opportunity to own such a a rare Super Speedster should not be missed. Chassis No. 84835 Price: $325,000.
This 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster is a matching numbers example that comes finished in original speedster white with black interior. It runs and drives beautifully and is very clean all around. It's also a very solid, straight, and honest car with good body gaps. A superb buy at just $315,000. Chassis No. 83209 Engine No. P65062
1956 Jaguar XK-140 DHC *Two owner car with 16,431 original miles. Not many low mile Jags of this era on the road anymore.* *Current Offering* - Chassis 818545, Blue / Red - Survivor condition. - All numbers matching, two owner car with 16,431 original miles. - One repaint in original color, and an all original interior. - No rust anywhere. - It was last on the road in 1999. - We towed it to the shop, freed up the brakes, made sure the engine turned by hand, checked the points, put in a new set of plugs, new fuel, and it lit right off. - It now starts instantly, and can be driven around the parking lot, but will need brakes, tires, and a complete service. - Not many low mile Jags of this era on the road anymore. For only $150,000
Incredible 1938 Jaguar SS100 3 1/2 Litre Roadster This 1938 Jaguar S.S. 100 is one of three originally imported into the Netherlands and has been under the same ownership since 1959. This S.S. 100 is in generally un-restored condition apart from a re-spray in British Racing Green carried out circa 1967. The engine block was exchanged around 1960 for one taken from a 3 1/2 litre Jaguar Mark V. However, the cylinder head is still the original high-performance S.S. unit, cast in bronze. The gearbox is likewise original. The bodywork is in need of restoration as is the bright-work. Various parts were re-chromed in the 1960s and could now use another re-chroming. The interior was re-upholstered in the 1970s and is in generally good condition. The side windows are missing but the original pocket behind the seats for storing them when the top is down is still there. Dashboard instruments and dials are original and functioning. The S.S. 100 was one of the fastest and best-handling sports cars of its day, as its competition record both before and after the war bears witness to. Gullwing Motor Cars is proud to offer you with the rare opportunity to acquire an example of the model that can be
This 1995 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Coupe is a very desirable car. Green with tan interior. Its due for servicing buy is a fantastic driver and an absolute bargain at just $62,500.