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    - Part of a private collection

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 2000
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  • 1964 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: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1964
    For sale
  • 1967 Triumph Vitesse Convertible

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    - The subject of restoration work within the last three years - Work completed includes a bare metal respray, engine detailing, new carpets and a new hood

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
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  • 1960 Jaguar MK II 2.4 Litre

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    - In current ownership since July 1969 and two former private keepers - Used as a family car in the 1970s and subsequently dry stored - Offered with service history, buff logbook and AA Engineers Vehicle Inspection from April 1969

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1960
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  • 1987 Bentley Mulsanne

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    - 1 of just 49 LWB Mulsanne examples, 69,570 recorded miles and 3 previous keepers - Reputed to have been used by the Nigerian embassy and MOT'd until November 2017 - Previously a Category C insurance loss due to vandalism but since repaired and repainted

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1987
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  • 1984 Porsche 944

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    - Recently resprayed in Porsche Grand Prix White - MOT'd until August 2017 - Off the road from 2006 to 2015

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1984
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  • 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster

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    - Rare right hand drive Roadster imported from Sydney Australia, and UK registered in April 1993 - Described as being in unrestored condition and possibly "requires light cosmetic restoration at the new owners discretion" - One recorded UK owner and in storage from 2010, and reportedly recently serviced and "all operational" This rare two-seater roadster version of a Dodge Brothers is believed to have been sold new in Australia, hence its right hand drive steering configuration. The vendor informs us that it was imported to England from Sydney, Australia, and first registered here in April 1993. Showing just one recorded UK keeper on the V5C, the car was acquired by our vendor from the recorded keeper in December 2015 and has shared heated garage space with a few other veteran and vintage cars since. Reportedly this is "one of the first cars to feature a 12 volt electrical system and starts on the button". Apparently the car was exhibited regularly at shows until 2010 when poor health meant it was stored until our vendor acquired it. We have been informed that since being brought out of storage the car has been serviced and is now "all operational". Described by the vendor as being

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1924
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  • 1987 Ford Capri 280 Brooklands

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    Ford billed the Capri as 'The car you always promised yourself' and, happily for the Blue Oval, some 1.9 million customers agreed and bought one during the production years of 1974 to 1986. Worthwhile improvements came with the 1974 MKII models and the 1978 quadruple headlamp MKIII cars. Then in 1981 the 3-litre Essex-engined variants were dropped in favour of a new 2.8 Injection version. Power rose to 160bhp and torque to 162 lb ft, giving Ford a stylish four-seat Coupe with performance capable of shaming rivals of four times the cost. The original plan for the run-out of this European 'pony car' was to build 500 turbo examples with the assistance of independent specialist Turbo Technics. However, that didn't square with the 1,038 chassis still needing homes, so the ultimate decision was to christen them 'Capri 280' and equip each one with Brooklands Green paintwork, Red-piped Raven Black interior trim and 15inch alloy seven-spoke wheels. Around 10 percent of purchasers opted for the turbo conversion, while the remaining cars were normally aspirated. Even in unturbocharged form the performance was brisk, with 60mph available in 7.8 seconds and a top speed of 130mph. People who pur

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1987
    For sale