Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 The XJR-15 was the brainchild of Tom Walkinshaw, built by Jaguar Sport a joint venture of Jaguar and TWR, between 1990 and 1992. The car was based on the XJR-9 that won the 1988 Le Mans 24 hours. It was also the first carbon fibre/Kevlar road-going car beating the McLaren F1. Built for a new race series ‘the Intercontinental Challenge’ with production totalling just 53 examples, the XJR-15 was a two-seater V12-engined sports car producing 450bhp from its six-litre alloy, dry sump V-12 which had a Cosworth forged crankshaft, connecting rods, aluminium pistons and fuel delivery via Zytec electronically controlled sequential fuel injection. The transmission was a TWR six-speed transaxle with straight cut gears, which was matched to an AP triple-plate carbon clutch. Due to its lightweight construction the car weighed just 2,315 pounds which gave it a top speed of 215mph with excellent power-to weight and superb handling made this a formidable race car. The 3 race series which offered a winner takes all $1,000,000 prize took place at Monaco, Silverstone and Spa-Francochamps as a support race for Formula One, with the overall winner being Armin
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived at JD Classics. 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 - 3.8 Litre LHD Roadster, Opalescent Gunmetal with red hide and black hood. Constructed on 22nd January 1962 and delivered to North America via Jaguar Cars of New York and dispatched to its first owner, ‘R A Finishing’ on 6th February 1962. Discovered by an Italian collector 6-7 years ago. A total dismantle and full restoration commenced a year later. Every item was meticulously restored or renewed to original 1962 factory specification. One of the best period colour specifications with extra attention paid to superb panel fit throughout. Currently undergoing full JD servicing and final detailing. This early E-Type Roadster would make an ideal candidate for various JD Classics Sport upgrades, including our newly released 5 speed JD Sport gearbox. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1959 XK150 3.8 S Drophead RHD This extremely rare 1959 XK150 S, 3.8 Litre Drophead Coupe is one of just 69 produced by Jaguar in right hand drive. Built in the last days of 1959 it was registered OVL150 and delivered to its first owner, a Lincoln-based company by the name of Jackson Hardware Ltd, just prior to Christmas. The next change of ownership saw the car move to Coventry where it was acquired by Ben Martin in 1964. A little over a year later Mr Martin sold the car to John Ward, who worked for the famous Patrick Collection for many years. During this time the car saw limited, careful use which undoubtedly contributed to its excellent state of preservation. After Martin’s death in 1980 the car was retained by the museum until it was sold in 1994 to Bernie Ecclestone who kept it for the next two years as part of his private collection. In 1996 the car moved, via a Mr Neville Johnson, to Mr David Stanley who maintained the Jaguar regardless of cost. Recently acquired by JD Classics from its last owner this fabulous XK150 still retains a totally original interior including irreplaceable original carpets and original leather seats. The p
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 XK140 DHC We currently have two XK140 DHC cars undergoing full JD Classics chassis-off restoration that will be available from early 2018. Both are original LHD examples and will come with uprated high torque engines. The final specification will be tailored to customer requirements and can include a choice of left or right hand drive configuration, a wide range of options from the JD Sport package, choice of paint and trim colours and other JD upgrades. These cars are also excellent candidates for historic rallying and competition and as such can be prepared to a Mille Miglia eligible standard. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona. Rosso Corsa/Tan hide. Numbers Match vehicle's factory data sheet. 11,121 miles only since new. Ferrari Classiche certification. Original colour specification. Factory air conditioning and electric windows. Subject of a recent sympathetic restoration to concours standard. Factory handbooks. Previously part of top quality Ferrari collection, recent concours winner. Previously sold by JD Classics. A rare low mileage example in exceptional condition. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar XK 120 Roadster "Liege – Rome – Liege", Rally Car. British Racing Green/Green hide. Ordered in 1951 direct from Jaguar for use in competition. Period Upgrades included uprated engine with two inch sandcast SU carburettors, uprated gearbox, competition Borrani wire wheels, modified rear wheel arches for easier wheel removal, quick lift jacking points mounted at the centre point of the chassis. The car went on to compete in the Liege – Rome – Liege Rally in 1952, 1953 and 1954 driven by Bohni/Hahn, finishing 11th overall in 1952 and 28th overall in 1954 retiring lying 12th overall at two thirds distance in 1953. Subject of a total professional chassis off restoration between 2007 and 2011. One owner for the last 35 years. An important very well documented genuine Competition Jaguar. Eligible for the most prestigious historic competition/rally events. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived, a very rare 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series V Vantage Convertible with the very desirable Special Series engine. In September 1962 Aston Martin introduced the final version of the DB4, which was designated the DB4 Series V (Five) and featured a number of changes over previous versions including recessed three piece tail lights, a taller and longer body to provide more interior space and slightly smaller wheels, which kept the overall height the same. The front of many Series V cars had the same aerodynamic design with closed-in headlights as that already used on the DB4 GT, a style that was later carried over to the DB5, but a number retained the open headlight styling of the earlier series cars. Of the 1,110 DB4’s constructed, only 70 were convertibles, and just 14 were constructed as Vantage specification. Originally finished in Fiesta Red with fawn Connolly hide trim this right hand drive DB4 was specified with chrome wheels and a Motorola radio and Special Series Vantage engine upgrade. Displayed on the Aston Martin stand at the 1962 Earls Court Motor Show, the car was sold new to Fendar Limited of Old Bond Street, London W
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1952 Jaguar XK120 Period Competition Roadster Constructed in 1952, LUF964 is a genuine home-market RHD XK120 roadster that was delivered new to Brighton Jaguar dealer Bill Cannell, who ran the famous Moore’s garage. Cannell had close links with Jaguar and the factory works team and along with Tommy Wisdom entered the C-Type that Stirling Moss famously drove to victory at Rheims in 1952. Cannell’s XK120 was driven to this very event, possibly as a back-up race car, and can be seen in the background of a delightful period photograph that features Jaguar Chairman William Lyons, his son John, Chief Engineer Bill Heynes, driver and journalist Tommy Wisdom and Cannell himself enjoying a picnic in front of their cars. Further details of Cannell’s ownership are still being researched but by the summer of 1953 LUF had been acquired by amateur race driver Roy Pell who fitted an aeroscreen and ran it at his local circuit, Silverstone. Delightful period photographs obtained from Pell’s widow show him in action at the Nottinghamshire Sports Car Club meeting held on August 8th. Like many drivers of his time, Pell also took the car rallying and he is me
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Constructed at the Maranello Works in 1965 with alloy bodywork, left hand steering and high performance 6 carburettor setup. The car was shipped to Swedish Ferrari Concessionaire Tore Bjurstrom who in turn supplied it to the first owner, Sture Nottorp, a well-known and favoured client of Ferrari on May 5th 1966. Finished in beautiful Blu Notte coachwork and all Red leather hide with grey carpeting. According to noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini, Nottorp had planned to enter the 1966 Monte Carlo Rally with the car as the late Gerald Roush's notes indicate the GTB was ordered with upgraded V12 engine, 6 Carburettors, uprated cylinder heads, camshafts and valves and correspondingly adjusted ignition timing. GTO type exhaust manifolds were fitted and mated to an Abarth competition exhaust system and 15'' GTB/C competition outer laced Borrani's. In an unusual departure from normal Ferrari practice, Carrozzeria Scagliettii modified the GTB's nose and grille with four additional large driving lights fitted across the grille opening. A special custom grille was added and a pair of square fog lights were fitted in lieu of the front bumpers at
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar XK150 DHC LHD This delightful car is a very original Special Equipment XK150 3.4 Drop Head Coupe. It was built in left hand drive and delivered to Jaguar Cars in New York on January 7th of 1959. The car remained in the US for the next 29 years, although it moved to California at some stage until it was purchased by its most recent owner and returned to the UK in 1988. Upon arrival the car was found to be in excellent original condition, in large part due to its life in California, and since that time has been very carefully maintained as attested by the numerous invoices that accompany the good history file. In January 1989 the odometer was refurbished and zeroed in the process. The mileage up to that point was 19,735 and believed to be original. The mileage currently showing is just over 18,600 miles, which suggests an original total mileage of less than 38,500 and is consistent with the overall preservation of the car and the records kept by its last owner of 30 years. Finished in its original Black with Red leather interior and wearing body coloured wire wheels it displays a charming patina, with the excellent original interior
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona. Blu Chiaro Metallizato 106.A.38/Beige VM3218 hide. One family owned between 1972 and 2000. 2 owners since. Original factory purchase correspondence. Original factory colour specification. Numbers Match vehicle's factory data sheet. Factory air conditioning. Original handbooks and tools. Recent Bob Houghton engine rebuild and engine bay detailing. Stunning colour combination and wonderful original interior. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Coming soon - 1936 2.5 Litre SS100 This delightful Jaguar is a very well-known car being the example used by Matchbox for their 132nd scale model kit. Constructed in 1936 the SS100 was registered DLB135 in December and delivered to Ernest Tom Neathercoat of Horsham Sussex who kept it for a little under two years before selling it back to Henlys in 1938. The second owner was an Eric Cyril Boyd Edwards, later to become Lord Chelmer, who kept the car, usually at Bullwood Hall, until October 1947 when it passed to Cyril Abbott, a solicitor from Essex. Mr Abbott entered the Jaguar into a number of rallies at this time, including the JCC Eastbourne Rally of 1948 where he came 4th. The arrival of young children forced Abbott to find alternative transportation and by 1949 it had moved to Edward Curry, a friend of Abbott’s, who lived in Bexley in Kent. Mr Curry was a keen motor racing enthusiast and one of the first marshals at Brands Hatch and he duly pressed DLB135 into service as a track marshal’s car. At this time the car was repainted White from its original Black. After seven years in Bexley the SS100 moved in 1956 to Norfolk when it was bou
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived. Designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and launched in 1963, the DB5 was an evolution of the final series of DB4. The iconic DB5 is famous for being the most recognised cinematic James Bond car, first appearing in the film Goldfinger in 1964. The main differences between the DB4 Series V and the DB5 are the all-aluminium engine, enlarged from 3.7 Litres to 4.0 Litres. A new ZF five-speed gearbox (except for some of the very first DB5s) and three SU carburettors. Standard equipment on the DB5 included reclining seats, wool pile carpets, electric windows, twin fuel tanks, chrome wire wheels, oil cooler, magnesium-alloy body built to superleggera patent technique, full leather trim in the cabin and a fire extinguisher. Delivered new to the United Kingdom in left-hand drive this Aston Martin DB5 was first registered in November 1963 and is one of 42 DB5 saloons originally finished in Fiesta Red. Its first owner is recorded as one A J R Whiteway of North Common, Chailey, Sussex, who kept the car until 1970 when it passed to one D Blackmore of Esher. According to the AMOC register it also took part i
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived a very rare 1963 Aston Martin DB4 Series V saloon with the very desirable Special Series engine. In September 1962 Aston Martin introduced the final version of the DB4, which was designated the DB4 Series V (Five) and featured a number of changes over previous versions including recessed three piece tail lights, a taller and longer body to provide more interior space and slightly smaller wheels, which kept the overall height the same. The front of many Series V cars had the same aerodynamic design with closed-in headlights as that already used on the DB4 GT, a style that was later carried over to the DB5, but a number retained the open headlight styling of the earlier series cars. In total only 50 DB4 Series V saloons were built between 1962 and 1963 with open headlights and of these only 16 were finished in RHD with the very desirable SS or Special Series engine, which was fitted to these cars as an optional extra (as opposed to being standard on the Vantage closed headlight cars). This SS engine featured three HD8 SU carburetors and a revised cylinder head, which combined to give an increased power output of 266bhp. The car
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived – AC Ace Prototype 1953 This incredibly historic motor car started life as a two seater roadster built by John Tojeiro for Vincent Davison but was soon acquired by AC cars and thereafter became the development prototype for the AC Ace In early 1953 John Tojeiro was asked to build a new sports car for his friend Vincent 'Vin', Davis. Of a similar design to the barchetta previously provided for Cliff Davis (LOY500) this example had a tubular chassis and pleasing Italianate aluminium bodywork built over a lightweight frame but unlike the earlier car was powered by a 2.5 Litre 4 cylinder Lea Francis engine obtained from Connaught. The new car was finished in the summer of 1953, registered LER371 and delivered to Davison, although no sooner had he taken delivery than Tojeiro asked him to return the car so he could show it to AC Cars at their Thames Ditton factory. So impressed were AC that a deal was quickly struck passing ownership of LER371 to AC Cars in return for a royalty payable to Tojeiro and suitable recompense for Davison, who joined the AC company as development engineer soon afterwards to help transform his car into the
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 The Lotus Seven Series Two was produced from June 1960 to August 1968 with approximately 1310 examples being made over the 8 year period, mostly at the Delamare Road Factory in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. The multi tubular space frame chassis were produced by the Progress Chassis Company and later at the Universal Radiator Company. The Aluminium Bodywork was produced by the Alert Company and later by Arch Motors. From a major European collection with a JD Classics customer, this 1962 Lotus Seven Series Two was supplied by the Delamare Road Factory on 13th February 1962 to a Mr B.T. Symonds of Wembley, Middlesex. The chassis, being a relatively early unit, was produced by ‘Progress’ and the bodywork by ‘Alert’. The Lotus 7 register has confirmed that the original engine was a Super Seven Ford 109E Cosworth unit with twin 40DCOE carburettors, although the Seven is currently fitted with a 1500cc Pre-Crossflow ‘Kent’ engine and twin 40DCOE Weber carburettors. This is mounted to a Ford '2000 E' Gearbox. The Seven was acquired by Henry Tombs and Mick Beveridge of Xanthos Sportscars around 2001. Henry & Mick restored Lotus 7s, 23s and 23Bs for over
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Mark 1 Vantage Volante RHD This DB6 is an exceedingly rare motorcar being one of just 29 examples built with the desirable Volante drop head body and finished to Vantage specification. The Vantage models featured a number of upgrades including power steering, power operated hood, electric windows, front seat belts as well as an uprated engine fitted with three twin choke Weber DCOE 45s, which delivered an increased power output of 325 bhp versus the 282 bhp of the standard model. The example offered here is particularly important in view of its well documented ownership history that includes the legendary composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein. According to the factory build sheets this car was originally supplied in the U.K. to Mr B.M. Lee of Hadleywood in April 1967. As delivered, it had the options of 3.73:1 limited slip differential, chrome wire wheels with three ear knock-off spinners and a power aerial. After a brief period with Mr Lee, the factory records note two further British owners, the first being a Mr S. Newman of the architecture practice Newman Levison & Co while the second is simply listed as the '
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar XK140 Roadster. This very early car was the 5th of only 73 roadsters built in RHD and is fitted with the pre-production boot handle that distinguishes the first 8 XK140s produced. Finished in the unusual factory colour combination of British Racing Green with Grey leather it was originally sold by Henleys of London before finding its way to Performance Cars in around 1956/1957 who returned the car to Jaguar for uprating to Special Equipment specification with C-Type head, 2 inch sandcast carburettors and body coloured wire wheels. In August 1957 the car was entered the car into 27th BARC Members Meeting at Goodwood where it was driven by Bunny Munns and as such is believed to be the only XK140 roadster to compete at this famous venue. The car subsequently had only 5 owners, one of which was for over 30 years. The car was subject to a total professional restoration in 1996 and has covered very few miles since. It is currently undergoing a full program of JD Classics race / rally preparation to full FIA specification. When complete it will be eligible for the most prestigious historic events including the Mille Miglia. Please contact
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1954 AC Ace This is a highly desirable AC Ace with period competition history, driven by probably the most famous exponent of the marque Ken Rudd. The AC Ace is one of the most attractive and popular British Sports Cars built in the mid-1950s. Based on a strong tubular chassis, clothed with a beautiful lightweight alloy body and powered by a range of excellent engines it provided a superb basis for an all-round competition car and examples were driven by many of the top drivers of the day. One of the most famous names to be associated with the marque must surely be Ken Rudd, whose competitive driving skills and race tuning expertise was often applied to these cars with great effect. He was highly successful, not only as a driver, but also in transferring the hard-won lessons from the track into effective performance and race tuning upgrades that were made available to customers through his engineering enterprise ‘Ruddspeed’. The car offered here is one of the AC Aces that Ken Rudd owned in period and used for competition. Constructed in 1954 it was fitted with a 2 litre AC engine and delivered to Smithfield Garages on September 10th of th
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Purchased new by C.E. Bob Truett on 1st June 1937. ‘DYL’ was raced and rallied by Bob and his elder brother Len, who acted as mechanic throughout the cars racing career. Bob kept the car until 1946. The most successful competition SS100. Period Brooklands history. Part of the SS car club team for the 1938 RAC Rally. Supplied new with factory prepared competition engine. Specification included cylinder head with K965 valves, high compression pistons on hyduminium con-rods, Fescol crankshaft & Scintilla magneto. With Bob's considerable lightening to the chassis by way of holes in the main rails the car was quicker than some of the 3.5 litre cars it competed against. In 1946 Croydon Garage purchased the car and sold it to Dirt Track and Midget car driver Alvin (Spike) Rhiando, he would use the car to tow his 500cc race car around the UK. In 1948 the car was sold to Peter Richley for £150. Peter would keep the car for the next 20 years but never had the car out on the road, he sold the car to a SS restorer. In 1976 Michael Roberts would become only the 5th owner of ‘DYL’. Michael restored the car and enjoyed it for over 20 years. The car then
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1958 XK150 S LHD 3.4 Roadster This remarkable XK150 is a highly desirable 3.4 S Roadster and is likely to be one of the most original surviving examples. Constructed in 1958, this XK150 was one of 846 3.4 S Roadsters built in LHD and was exported to the United States and delivered to its first owner, a Mr Harold Sunshine of Patterson, New Jersey. Mr Sunshine, the owner of a textile design company and a keen Jaguar enthusiast, retained the car for 11 years before selling it to its second owner, a Mr Anthony R Conigliaro of Brooklyn, New York, in 1969. Mr Conigliaro was another sports car fan and the proprietor of Maranello Garages Inc. which focused on the repair of Ferrari’s, Jaguars and other European cars. After only one year’s use and with just over 21,000 miles on the odometer, the XK150 was put into dry storage on blocks, where it remained for almost 45 years until it was repatriated in 2015 to only its third owner. On its return to the UK the car’s incredibly low mileage and wonderfully preserved original condition were immediately evident and a testament to the car’s limited number of owners and extended period of storage. With fac
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This XK120 Fixed Head Coupe is an incredibly important and historic Jaguar being the second prototype Left Hand Drive example produced and the original 1951 Geneva Show car. When Jaguar stunned the world with its new XK120 in 1948 few would have thought that the elegant styling of the original open two seater, or roadster, could be improved on. That thinking was challenged in 1951 when arguably the most beautiful model of Jaguar ever produced was unveiled, the Fixed Head Coupe. Reminiscent of the Bugatti Atlantic, the new coupe was based on the roadster but incorporated a teardrop shaped roof that successfully joined the front and rear design elements in one sublime flowing body. The coupe retained the chassis and mechanicals of the roadster, with some minor changes to accommodate the new body, and so the new model combined the sporting pedigree of its predecessor with the enhanced looks and luxury of the new design. That the coupe proved to be strong success with the public is underscored by the production numbers with over 2500 examples produced, the majority in LHD. This car is a very special example, being the second LHD prototype of
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1951 XK120 Competition Roadster This Jaguar is an early XK120 roadster with an extensive competition history including both racing and international rallying. Completed in February 1951 AJK48 was despatched to Henlys, and then sold to Mrs Samson via Willetts Ltd of Eastbourne. The details of Mrs Samson’s ownership remain unclear but it was to be brief and by early 1952 the car had passed to London businessman Mark Levy. It was Levy who was to begin AJK48’s varied competition career with an entry into the BARC Eastbourne Rally held on 6th July, a drive he shared with friend and fellow competitor Cyril Wick, who achieved the fastest time in the Rally’s hill climb stage. Their entry into this event was in effect a warm up for the more challenging Evian Mont Blanc Rally that took place later that month on the continent and again saw both Levy and Wick piloting AJK48. While perhaps not as well-known as the Alpine Trial, the Evian Mont Blanc Rally was regarded by many contemporary drivers and journalists as being at least as technically challenging as the more famous event and possibly more so. Wick and Levy’s earlier preparations clearly paid
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This beautiful XK140 roadster is a highly desirable “MC” model with factory fitted C-Type head and the very rare 2 inch Sand Cast carburettors, originally provided by the factory as optional tuning equipment. 1954 saw the latest iteration of Jaguar’s classic XK series of sports cars with the debut of the XK140. Preserving the curvaceous wing lines of the XK120 but featuring much needed improvements in handling, leg room and overall power, the 140 quickly proved to be a worthy heir to its iconic predecessor. Of these latest 140s, the most desirable models were those finished to Special Equipment standard and fitted with the C-Type cylinder head – such models were given the moniker “MC” in the critical North American market where demand was large and growing, particularly among the sports car fraternity. It is likely that the first owner of this XK140 MC, a Mr A F Edmonson of Hollywood, California, was one of these enthusiasts as he also ordered the rare 2 inch Sand Cast carburettors from the factory, which were a special tuning kit normally fitted to cars with competition in mind. While it is not known if this car ever saw competition it i
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This fabulous Jaguar is a late example of the iconic XK120 being less than 100 chassis numbers away from the last roadster built in RHD. It was delivered, as a company car, to F Parham Ltd, in Gillingham, Kent in July of 1953. This company was involved in construction and boat building in the Medway area and the car was the personal transport of the Managing Director, a Mr Leonard Francis Parham, who was a keen rally driver at the time and it is likely he drove the car competitively in this period. Research is still ongoing with the Parham family and Mr Parham himself who remains an enthusiastic motorist at the age of 99. After Parham’s ownership, the XK passed through three subsequent owners before being acquired in January 1968 by a young engineer, Mr Douglas Potter. Like Parham, Potter was motorsport enthusiast and over the next two years or so he utilised his engineering skills to develop his XK for racing purposes (for example increased engine capacity, wire wheel conversion, improved brakes) and achieved some success in the emerging XK Register racing series with multiple appearances at the major UK circuits of the period including
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 LHD This stunning Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is a very desirable quad cam car with Ferrari Classiche. The 275 GTB was a two-seater GT introduced in 1964 with production running through to 1968. It was powered by a 3.3 litre Colombo V-12 engine which produced 280 hp. The standard 275 GTB coupe came with 3 or 6 Weber twin-choke carburettors and a Series Two version with a longer nose appeared in 1965. A much updated GTB/4 version was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 1966, which had revised bodywork and came with a reworked 300 hp engine, still with two valves per cylinder but now with four camshafts and six carburettors as standard. The transaxle was also redesigned with a torque tube connecting the engine and transmission, which greatly improved the handling, noise, and vibration levels. The example offered here is one of the 350 GTB/4s produced and was delivered new to Italy in 1967. It was sold via the Perugia dealer Romeo Pedini to a Marino Mignimi on May 9th. Sr Mignimi kept the car for just over a year before selling it to its second owner Giuseppe Zappala on August 23rd 1968. Factory records show that it wa
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1970 Aston Martin DB6 MKII This delightful MKII DB6 was constructed in late 1970 and as such is one of the later examples of just 248 cars produced. It was originally registered UB3 on 16th December 1970 by its first owner, a Mr Blume of Salcombe Devon, who cherished it for almost 40 years. During his ownership Mr Blume fastidiously maintained the car, as evidenced by the numerous invoices and items of correspondence included in the history files and only used it sparingly, which has contributed to its excellent overall condition. The car was only sold to its second owner in November of 2010 who decided that the time had come for a full restoration, which was duly undertaken by noted specialists Desmond Smail. Detailed invoices and photographs documenting this work accompany the car and attest to the high standard of the restoration. Recently acquired by JD Classics this car is currently in excellent overall condition and presents wonderfully in its Cumberland Grey paintwork and Red interior. All Numbers Match the vehicle's factory data sheet and it retains the factory original electric windows, has had only two private owners and with or
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Just arrived - Bugatti EB 110 GT Low mileage (31,270 km), very original example with only two owners from new and the last since 1997. This beautifully presented example has benefited from significant maintenance work as testified by service receipts on file exceeding 55,000 Euros, in addition to an extensive overhaul recently undertaken by B Engineering, the noted specialists consisting of ex-factory service technicians. It provides a fantastic opportunity to acquire a very rare and iconic 1990s supercar in excellent condition. Further information to follow, please contact us for more details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1958 XK150 3.4 S Roadster RHD This delightful XK150 is a very desirable 3.4 S Roadster, which incorporates a number of very sensible upgrades. Constructed in 1958, VSU606 was one of 846 3.4 S Roadsters built in LHD and was originally exported to the United States. Following its repatriation to the UK it received a full JD Classics chassis-off restoration and was converted to RHD. Over the following years it also benefitted from a program of sensitive development during which time a number of desirable upgrades were incorporated including a JD 5-speed gearbox, power-assisted JD sport steering, Stainless wire wheels, alloy radiator and JD sport cooling system, improved battery charging and security immobiliser. Finished in Jaguar Dark Blue with Light Tan interior the car has been maintained by JD Classics regardless of cost over the last 22 years and has won numerous Jaguar Driving Club concours awards during this time. Importantly the XK retains its factory-delivered engine and comes with the original Moss gearbox, steering rack, radiator plus other original parts removed during the restoration. It is accompanied by a good history file, su
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Fiat Jolly 1958 This delightful car is a unique Abarth-engined Fiat Jolly that has been in single family ownership since new. In 1958 Fiat shipped a number of their very popular 600s to the Italian designer Ghia for conversion into an open topped version termed the Jolly. Featuring wicker seats and the option of a fringed canvas roof to shield its occupants from the Mediterranean sun, these cars were, from the outset, intended for relatively wealthy customers and cost almost twice as much as a standard Fiat 600. Being built in very limited numbers, and with less than 100 believed to survive today, they are highly sought after by enthusiasts and collectors alike. The Jolly offered here is a very special example being the only car ordered from Ghia with an Abarth 750 engine and having been in single family ownership since 1958 when it was ordered by Mr Perinetto as a gift for his daughter to celebrate the birth of her son and his grandson, Gianni. The car was accordingly registered in her name and remained so until 1976 when it re-registered in the name of Mr Perinetto’s secretary for tax purposes. The car was finally registered in the name