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  • Bentley 3 Litre Speed Model Tourer

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    - One of just 513 Speed Models built - Current family ownership since 1958 - Original engine and Vdp coachwork - Offered with history file

    Last update: 7 Days Old
    • Year: 1925
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  • Ferrari 512 TR

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    - 1 of just 88 RHD examples - 30,200 miles from new with 5 previous keepers - Documented ownership from new and offered with extensive history file

    Last update: 7 Days Old
    • Year: 1993
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  • Toyota FJ40 LX Land Cruiser

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    - Current ownership since 1983 and 137,864 Km c.86,000 miles from new - Subject to a recent bodywork restoration and mechanical overhaul - Desirable late example and well-travelled previously residing in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain

    Last update: 7 Days Old
    • Year: 1982
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  • Lotus Esprit 'Commemorative'

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    - No 40 from the limited production run of just 100 UK supplied examples - Subject to a machinal overhaul in 2007 and offered with an MOT into Dec 2017 - 61,000 recorded miles and offered with letter of authenticity from Lotus

    Last update: 8 Days Old
    • Year: 1979
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  • Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Targa Coupe

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    - c.300 miles from new, top specification - Z07 upgrade package, manual transmission - Laguna Blue with Black hide 'Think of the Corvette Z06 as the most amazing version of a sports car that is already amazing by anyone's measure.' Car And Driver The new C7 incarnation of Chevrolet's long-running Corvette debuted at the North American Auto Show at the beginning of 2013. The design, available in both targa coupe and convertible form with manual or automatic transmission, retained the traditional rear-drive front-engine layout coupled with a more angular body shape mixing the familiar glass fibre with carbon fibre, now bristling with aerodynamic aids. Great strides were also made in improving the fit and finish of the interior, whilst the electronics package provided everything and more for the serious driver including a Cosworth-developed Performance Data Recorder with video and audio, and telemetry with Track, Sport, Touring and Performance data display depending on your mood! The ultimate specification was the Z07 Performance Package, as fitted to this manual transmission example, which had been introduced in 2015. The supercharged 6.2-litre LT4 V8 power unit now produced some 650

    Last update: 10 Days Old
    • Year: 2015
    For sale
  • Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe Rebodied as a LWB California Spyder

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    - Offered from the stable of one of the UK's foremost Ferrari collectors - Based on an original 250GT PF Coupe chassis (Tipo 508D) which is interchangeable with that of a 250GT LWB California Spyder - Correct-type subframe and bodywork expertly copied from chassis 1487GT (an orginal 250GT LWB California Spyder Competizione that was formerly part of the vendor's collection) - Recent _75,000 + VAT engine overhaul by marque specialist GTO Engineering

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1958
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  • Cadillac Coupe de Ville

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    - Property of the President of the Californian Cadillac Owners' Club for many years - Reputedly treated to over $25,000 worth of parts, materials and rechroming since 2011 but associated invoices lost - Desirable specification includes: power steering, autronic eye, (green) tinted glass throughout, power brakes and power windows. - Offered for sale with the very apt UK registration number '53 CAD' (currently on a retention certificate)

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
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  • Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

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    - Offered from the stable of one of the UK's foremost Ferrari collectors - 1 of just 453 LHD Series 1 cars made and supplied new to the USA via Luigi Chinetti - Restored to an unusually high standard for a 330GT 2+2. E.g. photo documented, bare metal bodywork restoration (2006-2009), steering brakes and suspension refurbished (2009) and engine and gearbox overhauled (2014)

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1965
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  • Aston Martin DB7 Zagato

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    - 1 former keeper and 4,700 miles from new (11 service stamps) - Chassis No. 21 of just 99 made using a shortened / lightened DB7 Vantage platform (6 litre V12, 6-speed manual) - 1 of only 3 RHD examples to be finished in Tungsten Silver with Royal Blue upholstery

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 2004
    For sale
  • Ferrari 360 Spider F1

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    - Cared for RHD example with c.19,800 miles recorded - Looked after by Grimaldi with belts done c. 100 miles ago in 2016 - Rosso Corsa with Nero hide

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 2001
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  • Bentley MK VI Vanden Plas Drophead Coupe

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    - Supplied new to Sir John William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, 2nd Baronet, DSO, DFC - 1 of just 6 Bentley MK VI chassis to be clothed by Vanden Plas with this particular design of Drophead Coupe coachwork - Factory chalk marks still visible on the chassis side rails and much of the original red leather upholstery retained - Discovered in a farm outbuilding during 2010 and extensively restored over the next five years

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1947
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  • Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Roadster

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    - Unusually original Series 1 3.8 Roadster right down its factory installed body number plaque and carburettor sequence tags etc - Currently displaying an unwarranted but not inconceivable 22,400 miles - Recently repatriated from a Massachusetts barn. Running and driving but in need of recommissioning and / or restoration

    Last update: 8 Days Old
    • Year: 1963
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  • Subaru Impreza WRC 97

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    'As far as historic rally cars go, Subaru Impreza WRC97001 is one of the most important ever made' (David Lilywhite - Octane magazine, May 2010) 'To many, the mid 1990s was the heyday of the Subaru World Rally Team. Following the drivers' and manufacturers' double in 1995 and a further manufacturers' title in 1996, the blue and yellow Impreza was rapidly becoming the icon of the championship and Colin McRae one of rallying's great stars. 1997 brought in a new era in the World Rally Championship, with the introduction of the appropriately named World Rally Car formula. While some continued to compete with what were predominantly modified Group A cars, the new FIA regulations provided an opportunity to bring new manufacturers into the championship, who otherwise were unable to homologate suitable road cars. At Prodrive we seized the opportunity, and while our Group A Impreza was already very competitive, we went back to the drawing board to develop a new two door Impreza World Rally Car from scratch. The engineering team, led by David Lapworth, spent 1996 developing the new car, and by the last event of the season, Rallye Catalunya, we were able to unveil our new car to the world's p

    Last update: 14 Days Old
    • Year: 1996
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  • Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Coupe

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    - An early matching numbers example acquired by the current owner in around 1978 as a running car but in need of restoration - The engineer vendor stripped the car in the mid 1980's and carried out significant restorative works to the body and mechanicals - The construction of racing and aerobatic aircraft restricted the E-Types rejuvenation and it has remained in a barn loft since 1990 The green registration book that accompanies this early right-hand-drive E-Type 3.8 Coupe shows that it was acquired by Venture Garage of Holbrook, Derbyshire, in March 1969. The current proprietor of the garage informed us that his father, Tom Bacon, was quite well known in the local area for driving around in this E-Type. Clearly an enthusiast, Mr Bacon owned five V12 versions when he passed away in around 2005. Original paint on the door and bonnet hinges lead us to believe that the car was originally finished in Opalescent Silver Blue, and after sporting a red hue for a while the car was navy blue when Mr Bacon sold it at an unknown date to a Mr J A Dyson. Our vendor purchased the car in around 1978 from Mr Dyson (the accompanying sales invoice is undated), and at that time the car was able to b

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1962
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  • Lancia Aurelia B20 GT

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    - Ex-Anthony Pritchard and extensively restored - Desirable Series 4 benefiting from Nardi floor shift, De Dion axle and 118bhp engine - Silver Grey paintwork with Blue leather interior This highly desirable (and Historic Mille Miglia eligible) right-hand drive Pinin Farina-built Aurelia Coupe has been subject to a comprehensive restoration and is now resplendent with Pearlescent Silver-Grey paint work and Blue trim. The previous owner - the prolific and respected motor historian and writer Anthony Pritchard, was an authority on Italian race/sports cars having written: 'Ferrari: Men from Maranello', 'Italian High-Performance Cars', 'Mille Miglia the World's Greatest Road Race', 'Lamborghini: Super cars from Sant Agata', 'Scarlet Passion', 'Maserati - A Racing History' and many more. We understand he had owned the car in the 1960s before acquiring it again from America and selling it to the vendor shortly before his tragic death in 2013 following a road accident. The restoration work began in America, where the car was resprayed and retrimmed, before being imported to the UK in June 2011 and completed. Work here included an engine strip down and thorough overhaul by marque specialis

    Last update: 14 Days Old
    • Year: 1954
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  • Ferrari 330 GT Nembo Spider

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    - Widely regarded as the fourth and final Nembo Spider not to mention the only RHD car and the sole 330-series 4-litre V12 powered example - Commissioned from and reconfigured by Giorgio Neri (the 'Ne' of Nembo) - The jewel in the crown of the late Richard Allen's collection since 1992 (Mr Allen was chairman of the Ferrari Owners' Club of Great Britain for many years) - Offered for sale at No Reserve to benefit the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service Widely acknowledged as the fourth and final Nembo Spider, chassis 5805GT was commissioned from Giorgio Neri (the 'Ne' of Nembo) during the 1980s by a wealthy British collector whose stable also included one of the three 330 GTOs ever made. Unlike its earlier siblings, chassis 5805GT was based around a 330 GT chassis and running gear (rather than 250-series components). The two-seater also differed in being the only right-hand drive example made. The first Nembo Spider - chassis 1777GT - was completed in 1966 and has been credited with inspiring the design of the legendary 275 GTB/4 'NART' Spiders (Luigi Chinetti of NART apparently spying it during the mid-1960s). Posited by Cavallino Magazine as 'The Most Beautiful Ferrari?', chassis 17

    Last update: 18 Days Old
    • Year: 1964
    For sale
  • Jaguar C-Type Evocation by Suffolk Sportscars

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    - Only c.1600 miles since completion by vendor in 2010 using Jaguar 420 donor - 3.8-litre VSE engine, twin SUs, overdrive gearbox, copies of build sheets - Magazine featured, period Suffolk registration number and Swansea V5C In many ways the XK120's success, both on and off the track, took Jaguar by surprise. Among the fastest production cars of its day, the model had obvious competition potential but the endurance racing derivative that debuted at the 1951 Le Mans 24-hours was an altogether more specialised machine. Conceived behind closed doors, the XK120-Competition - a.k.a. the C-Type - was considerably faster, lighter and nimbler than its roadgoing sibling. The work of Bob Knight and Malcolm Sayer respectively, the newcomer's sophisticated multi-tubular chassis frame and aerodynamic bodywork allowed it to conquer contemporary Ferrari, Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz opposition. Famous for winning the 1951 and 1953 Le Mans 24-hours, the C-Type may well have triumphed on the 1952 event had Jaguar not chosen to make various unproven modifications. One subsequent upgrade that more than validated its worth was the adoption of four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes. Thus equipped the C-Type

    Last update: 18 Days Old
    • Year: 1968
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  • HRG 1500

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    - One of only around 111 HRG 1500's made between 1939 and 1956 and boasting known history from new - Believed to have been Works prepared for the 1949 Alpine Rally and period competition history at Goodwood and Silverstone - Reported to have had just six owners from new with the vendor having purchased the car in 1984 as a restoration project Rarity and provenance are attributes that many owners would love their vintage and classic cars to have. This HRG 1500 can boast both, and the vendor has kindly carried out a lot of research into the history of his car, efforts all of us now and in the future will be grateful for. According to a letter to the vendor from Ian Dussek of the HRG Association, this HRG left the factory on November 11th 1948 as a standard 1500 with a body by Automarine, painted in green with a green leather interior. Mr Dussek states that the HRG was entered into the 1949 Alpine Rally and it is believed to have been Works prepared for the event at the request of first owner John Roberts, of London SW7. Apparently the weather that year was terrible which resulted in Mr Roberts' retirement (along with many others) on the first day. Believed indications of Works prepar

    Last update: 14 Days Old
    • Year: 1948
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  • Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country Wagon

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    - A very rare vehicle of which only 1,400 are believed to have been built, and thought to have covered only 35,500 miles from new - UK registered in 2009 and reportedly re-wired in 2010, and thought to be extremely original and retain its original body panels and interior - 331ci V8 engine and semi-automatic gearbox, plus power steering, brakes, and windows Relatively little is known about the Stateside history of this delightful example of 1950s Americana, though it is initially thought to have been employed by the manufacturer to introduce the concept of a station wagon to students on college campuses. The vendor believes it was trailered all over the United States for this purpose, and it then formed part of the factory museum until purchased by a private collector. The New Yorker Town and Country was certainly a very expensive vehicle in 1953 being the top-of-the-range station wagon offered by Chrysler. This one is fitted with the options of chrome wire wheels, electric front bench, and electric windows. It is thought only 1,400 New Yorker wagons were ultimately built of which the one offered is an extremely rare and original surviving example that believed to have covered just

    Last update: 12 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
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