Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 330 GTS, 1967 LHD. Launched at the 1966 Geneva Salon, the 330 GTC was a new addition to the Ferrari range, not a replacement. The new model featured a 4-litre V12 twin cam engine and five-speed transaxle gearbox with an enclosed torque tube driveshaft. The Coupe was followed by an open version, the 330 GTS. Designed by Pininfarina, a total of just 100 spiders were built between 1966 and 1968. This 330 GTS is believed to be the 49 th built. Originally used as the 1967 Turin Salon display car, this 330 GTS was imported by Luigi Chinetti Motors to North America later that year. This 330 was originally metallic blue with a black interior and was supplied with Factory air-conditioning and electric windows. Previously from long term ownership in the USA by a well-known Ferrari collector, the 330 GTS was displayed at many Ferrari Club of America Concours events, with first place awards in 1987 and 1991 at the FCA Concours at Wolf Trap Farm and Washington. The 330 also took first place at the 1994 Cavallino Classic and received awards at the Monterey International Ferrari Concours in 1994 and Meadow Brook Hall Concours in 1995. Recently a
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1955 Jaguar XK140 3.4 MC Drophead, LHD. The XK140 debuted in 1954 as the latest iteration of Jaguar’s classic XK series of sports cars. 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. Originally supplied to California, this highly desirable ‘MC’ model with factory fitted C-Type cylinder head has benefited from a total chassis off restoration to a very high standard with very little use since completion. This XK140 is full matching numbers and has been upgraded by JD Classics to our Touring Specification less than 4 years ago. Numerous JD Sport upgrades were fitted including, 5 speed all synchromesh gearbox, Power Assisted Steering, Front Brakes upgrade with 4 Pot Caliper Discs, Alternator Elect
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 Sir Jack Brabham Jaguar E-type Series 1 4.2 Litre Fixed Head Coupe This UK-delivered RHD Series 1 4.2 E-Type Fixed Head Coupe was supplied new to Sir Jack Brabham by Coombs of Guildford in 1964. It is an early car and comes with its original registration number and is finished in the factory colour scheme of Red paint with Black interior and benefits from full matching numbers. This car requires a sympathetic restoration and as such provides an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire an original and unmolested example of the marque with a fabulous history. The car is offered as a project or alternatively can be completed by JD Classics to the new owner’s specification. Further information to follow, please contact us for further details Photograph shows a similar car after restoration.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster. One of the first 100 cars manufactured by Jaguar with distinguishing features including flat floors. Matching numbers, original factory colour scheme of Opalescent Dark Green with Suede Green interior, this RHD car was earmarked by Jaguar chairman Sir William Lyons and donated as a prize in a raffle to raise funds for the Motor Industries Benevolent Fund (BEN). The winner of the E-Type used the car in competition during 1962. Total ground up 3500 hour concours restoration performed by JD Classics to original specification and completed in 2012, correctly stored and maintained by JD Classics since restoration. An opportunity to own an early iconic E-type with superb provenance and in genuine concours condition. Please contact us for more details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Litre Series 1 FHC Manufactured on 17th March 1965, this 4.2 Litre Series 1 fixed head coupe was a UK specification, right hand drive example finished in Opalescent Silver Blue coachwork with Grey interior. Dispatched by Jaguar distributor Henlys of Manchester on 26th March 1965 with UK registration ‘CNC 420C.’ Acquired by the previous owner in April 2013 in unrestored but running and driving condition, he commissioned a comprehensive concours level restoration. The car was totally dismantled and stripped down to a bare shell and bare metalled. Great attention was made particularly to panel fit and shut lines. The finished shell was painted in the original colour of Opalescent Silver Blue to an extremely high standard and all brightwork was re-chromed. The interior was completely re-trimmed in the correct Grey leather to concours standards. The engine and gearbox were stripped and completely rebuilt. All components were either restored or renewed throughout the vehicle during the restoration. A full stainless exhaust system was fitted including the manifolds, an electronic ignition, competition chrome wire wheels an
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 1937 Jaguar SS100 3.5 Litre This SS100 3.5 Litre was manufactured on 30th November 1937 and finished Gunmetal coachwork with silver/black hide and right hand drive steering. The original distributor was Charles Attwood of Wolverhampton who sold it to A.N.Twentyman on 4th December 1937. Within the history file are copies of original service records from 1945-1950 from Jaguar Cars Ltd showing regular maintenance whilst under the custodianship of LT.Cmdr. Whitby of Bristol and later J.P.H.Whitly Esq. Many years later the SS100 was sold to Germany where it was regularly driven and participated in a number of rallies and historic events across Europe (a previous German title document is held on file.). Repatriated to the UK in 2007 since when it has been regularly maintained by JD Classics on behalf of its owner and prepared for various vintage events. The SS100 has competed successfully in The Flying Scotsman rally and London to Edinburgh and would be a welcome entry on those events again and the many others that it is eligible for including the Mille Miglia. Offered with a FIVA passport and in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition, thi
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Making its debut at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1957 where it was Star of the show, the Elite had spent a year in development, aided by carefully selected racing customers before going on sale. With the Lotus Elite, Colin Chapman demonstrated that his skills as a racing car designer and constructor could just as easily be applied to production road cars. In all, some 1015 cars were built (including kits which were offered from 1961 onwards). Some 385 cars were exported all over the world with 316 going to the USA alone, 13 to Japan, 11 to Australia and the rest to Europe.. Just as innovative as Lotus’s outright competition cars, the Elite featured a fibreglass monocoque body tub, independent suspension all round (based on that of Lotus’ racing monopostos’) and four-wheel disc brakes, the rears mounted inboard. The car was powered by the 1216 cc four-cylinder Coventry-Climax “FEW” all Aluminium engine, a single overhead cam unit. With the Elite weighing in at only 1,110 pounds, the high power output of 75 BHP translated to over 140 BHP per tonne which was impressive by any standards for such a small unit in the late 1950’s. The gearbox,
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Mercedes took a strategic decision in the 1960’s to develop more usable and more powerful Sports Cars than their earlier 190 SL version of the W 113 model. The plan was to build a comfortable two seater which was to be smaller and less expensive than their illustrious 300 SL Roadster but never the less built to Mercedes’ usual high quality standards. Hence the evolution of the 230 /250 / 280 SL’s on the W 113 platform exhibiting excellent road holding and enjoying superb visibility. The concave hardtop inspired the name “Pagoda” to which these cars are still affectionately referred today. The 280 SL was built from 1967 – 1971 and was designed to be the ultimate version of the car with its larger more powerful engine (170 PS power and 244 Nm torque in European specification) all round disc brakes and improved suspension. The 280 SL evolved from a Sports Car into a comfortable grand tourer as enhancements were progressively made throughout the car’s production lifespan. Almost 24,000 280 SL’s were produced of which over half went to the U.S. usually equipped with the 4 speed automatic transmission. U.S. specification cars were subject to mo
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1952 Jaguar XK120 LHD 3.4 Litre Fixed Head Coupe, Pastel Green Metallic with Suede Green Leather Interior 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. The car offered here is an early matching numbers, matching colours, U S Export example delivered new to California where it was initially
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 We currently have five Mk1 Mini Cooper S cars available. All cars are factory matching numbers and have been restored to factory correct original specification. These are THE FINAL BATCH of fully restored Mk1 Mini Cooper S cars from a total of thirteen. Car #1 is a 1964 Austin Mk 1 1071 'S' RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof. 4.5" wheels, 3.44 final drive. Original UK 3 letter, 3 number registration. This car is pictured above. Car # 2 is a 1965 Austin Mk1 1275 ‘S’ RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof. Dove Grey/Porcelain Green trim with grey carpets. 3.5” wheels. This Mk1 S is under restoration by our in house, well-known Mini Cooper expert, Scott Turner. Scott has restored three of the previous cars completed. Car #3 is a 1965 Morris Mk1 1275 'S' RHD UK car in Fiesta Yellow with OEW roof. Powder Blue/Gold Brocade trim with Blue carpets. Car #4 is a 1964 Morris Mk1 970 'S' RHD UK car in Almond Green with OEW roof, Porcelain Green and Dove Grey interior. 1 of 354 Morris 970's built in 1964 from a total of 705 home market UK cars. Car #5 is a 1966 Morris Mk1 1275 'S' RHD UK car, one family owned from new in Old English White with
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 599 GTO RHD 2010 When Ferrari announced the introduction of the 599 GTO in April 2010 it was the company’s fastest road going car, beating the Ferrari Enzo around the Fiorano test track and delivering eye-watering performance with a top speed of 208 mph and 0-60 acceleration in under 3.5 seconds. With production limited to 599 examples this latest Ferrari to wear the legendary GTO badge is an incredibly exclusive and desirable car and the example offered here even more so being one of just 60 built in RHD. Delivered new to the UK in Rosso Corsa with Grigio Silverstone Opaco roof and Grey Tessuto Fabric interior it comes complete with Ferrari Classiche certification and original book pack and service history. With only 1987 miles from new this stunning car provides a fantastic opportunity to acquire a high specification 599 GTO in nearly-new condition. Please contact us for more details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 "Ford Escort RS1600 - The Potent Mix". This was how Ford's advertising campaign announced the Escort RS1600 to the world in early 1970. A combination of Escort Twin Cam chassis and running gear allied with Ford's newly developed Cosworth sixteen-valve twin cam BDA (Belt Drive Type A) engine unit. The announcement heralded the birth of what was to become, along with its Mk11 descendant the RS1800, arguably the most successful rally car of the 1970's. The RS1600 amassed an impressive tally of victories from the forests of the RAC, with a 1972-74 hat-trick, to the 1000 Lakes with five wins, the Arctic stages of Finland, the Heatwave in New Zealand and possibly the toughest car test on earth in East Africa, the Safari which the Escort won in 1972. XPU 216L, the Ex-Works Ford Escort RS1600 first driven by Roger Clark on the 1973 East African Safari was prepared by the Ford Boreham Competition Department in April 1973. XPU was also driven by Tony Pond (1973 Scottish), Russell Brookes (1973 RAC), and Andrew Cowan (1974 World Cup). A previous owner who acquired the Escort in 1991 carried out a complete restoration to full works specification, rec
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Arriving soon - a very rare and desirable Aston Martin DB4GT RHD This example was constructed in early 1961 and delivered to its first owner a Mr R Aird via dealer Ken Rudd in March of that year. Originally finished in Dubonnet with Black interior it was unusual in having standard DB4 front seats and two occasional rear seats incorporated into the parcel shelf area. The car is also distinguished in having featured in the 1962 Peter Sellers film The Wrong Arm of the Law, where it was driven by Sellers himself, who also briefly owned the car. After just four years of motoring, the car returned to the factory in March 1965 where it received a colour change, to Fiesta Red, and had flares fitted to the front and rear arches. The next significant change in ownership occurred in 1966 when Mr Melville-Smith purchased the car and entered it into a number of club racing events, achieving a first place at Curborough in 1967. By 1975 the DB4GT had been repainted Dark Green and moved to a Mr Kenneth Moses, who emigrated to New Zealand in 1981, taking the Aston Martin with him. During the car’s sojourn abroad it saw little use with only 5000 miles bein
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 Arriving soon - Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Silver and Black with full matching numbers and Ferrari Classiche certification. Full JD Classics restoration due to commence shortly. Please contact us for further details. Photo shows a car previously restored by JD Classics.
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. Period Competi
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 The Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced at the 1975 Paris Motor Show as a replacement for the 246 Dino and to supplement the Bertone-shaped 308 Dino GT4. The new mid-engined two-seater was an instant success with both the motoring press and the general public, who appreciated the performance delivered by the centrally positioned 2.9 litre V8 and the design elements carried over from the popular 246 including side panel air intakes, twin tail lights and recessed curved rear window. Like many of its contemporaries, the 308 GTB also received the fashionable “wedge” styling treatment but crucially Pininfarina exercised a degree of restraint in its application and the resulting design was both fresh and modern while retaining the best of the Ferrari traditions. However, perhaps the most notable feature of the early 308 GTBs was the material used for the bodywork which, for the first 800 or so cars, consisted almost entirely of fiberglass with only the bonnet being made in aluminium. This was a first for Ferrari and to this day the Vetroresina (which means fiberglass in Italian) remains the only model the factory has produced in this material. The r
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Tom Walkinshaw had won the European Touring Car Championship in 1984 at the wheel of an XJ-S and prior to the launch of the XJR-S was producing body and suspension kits for the XJ-S at his JaguarSport Company. To further improve the sporting image of the XJ-S, the factory sanctioned an official model incorporating Walkinshaw’s enhancements – the XJR-S. Introduced in 1988, a special XJR-S version of the V12 5.3-litre car was produced by JaguarSport, a separate company owned 50:50 by Jaguar and TWR. The car had a distinctive body kit, special alloy wheels and suspension and handling improvements. The first 100 cars were known as "Celebration Le Mans" models to commemorate Jaguar's 1988 win at the Le Mans 24 Hours and were only sold in the UK. Between 1988 and 1989 a total of 326 XJR-S cars were produced with the 5.3-litre engine. After September 1989 the XJR-S was produced with a special upgraded 6.0-litre engine with a Zytek engine management system. This engine was upgraded from the standard 6.0-litre engine used in the late XJS models. The XJR-S was produced until 1993. A total of 787 coupes and 50 convertible cars were built for the wor
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 The original 365 GT4 BB was produced between 1971 and 1976 with a mid-mounted flat 12 cylinder engine. The flat 12 cylinder arrangement was referred to as a Boxer but the 180° V12 was not a true boxer engine, but rather a flat engine. The next generation of BB was launched in 1976 as the 512 (5 litre) with little change in aesthetic appearance to the original 365 BB. The new car had dry sump lubrication and an increase in torque of around 10% retaining the same BHP of 360. The example offered here is a 1981 left hand drive 512BB in Rosso Corsa with Black Leather, sold new to Mr James Landrum of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and is from a total production of 929 cars produced between 1976 and 1981. One of the most original and un-restored examples in existence with only 820 Kilometres from new, 715 of which were prior to delivery. The factory clocked up 400 Km’s and 315 Km’s were covered during EPA emissions testing when new in the USA. The 512 still retains the protective plastic seat and sill covers fitted by the factory prior to delivery (seat covers have been removed but accompany the car). Original key fob and Pioneer KE-2300 stereo, full
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1951 Jaguar Mark V Drophead RHD The Jaguar Mark V was launched in October 1948 at the London Motor Show at the same time as the XK120, with which it shared a stand. While the XK120 was undoubtedly the star of the show, the Mark V was also an immensely popular car and would go on to outsell the XK120 by a significant margin. In contrast to its sportier cousin, the Mark V retained elements of pre-war styling in its overall design and used the older overhead-valve pushrod type of engine, which had originally been manufactured by Standard in the late 1930s. However, in spite of its more conservative appearance, the Mark V did incorporate a number of innovations including a completely new chassis design, independent front suspension (featuring double wishbones and torsion bar), hydraulic brakes and an all pressed steel body. In all almost 10,500 Mark Vs were produced from 1948 to 1951 with both 2.5 and 3.5 Litre engines and in Saloon and Drophead configuration, the latter being the rarer of the two body styles. Recently arrived, the example offered here is a 1951 car and one of the rarer models of the range being one of only 108 RHD Dropheads
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1965 Aston Martin DB5 'Ogle' Saloon to Vantage Specification RHD There can be few British sports cars that are as iconic as the Aston Martin DB5. While all variants are consistently in high demand due to their looks, performance, history and investment potential, those cars with unique historical features are particularly sought after. The example offered here is one such car having been originally used by Ogle Design Ltd as a design prototype to demonstrate to the factory how the interior of the forthcoming DB6 could look. Modifications included a completely new layout of the dashboard and glove compartment, addition of a new centre console, central opening armrest (which was hinged at the rear), chrome plated ashtray, simpler V-patterned seat design, redesigned interior door panels (with a new interior door release handle) and completely new trim panels to the rear parcel shelf. Many of these modifications were subsequently adopted on the DB6 with the seating design being one of the most noticeable features. In addition to its fascinating history this car has also recently benefited from a no expense spared 3000 hours body off restorati
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ordered in August 1990 by ‘The Patrick Collection’ of Birmingham, six months prior to the official launch of the NSX. Finished in Sebring Silver and Black Hide and carpets . Right-hand drive with a 4 speed automatic transmission. Genuine 5658 miles from new and only two previous owners. Comprehensive history file includes all previous MOT’s together with the original purchase invoice and dealer correspondence and press information pack with period road tests. Original book pack and tools all complete. Two sets of keys. Fully serviced by JD Classics in December 2014 with two new catalytic converters and four new Bridgestone tyres. Minimal use since and correctly stored. A unique example with low mileage in superb original condition. Price includes registration number. Please contact us for more details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This delightful Porsche is an exceptionally original 911 E Targa that has covered less than 6000 miles from new and has been in single family ownership for the majority of its life. The Porsche 911 E was introduced in 1969 and designed as a more up-market yet still sporting model to fill a gap between the more sedate 911 T (Touring) and the high performance 911 S (Super) models. It was offered with both Coupe and Targa bodies and, like the 911 S, came fitted with the Bosch mechanical fuel injection system from which it derived its “E” designation (Einspritzung being German for injection). Another new feature of the 911 E were the self-adjusting hydropneumatic front suspension struts, which combined the functions of springs, shock absorbers and antiroll bars and automatically compensated for luggage weight in the boot. To underline the 911 E’s position as a more luxurious model it came standard in most markets with the "comfort" package of features: including ventilated brake discs with aluminum calipers, velour carpeting, a leather-covered steering wheel, heavy bumper rub strips and rubber guard inserts, chrome rocker-panel trim, and gold
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 The Lotus Cortina offered here is one of only two Group 5 works cars that were built by Lotus for the 1966 British Saloon Car Championship. Car number E14 LS was constructed in March 1966, registered PHK614D and immediately assigned to Jim Clark for use at Oulton Park on 2 nd April, although the meeting was disrupted by poor weather. The next outing was at Snetterton a week later where fellow Formula 1 driver Peter Arundell took the car to a 2 nd in class and 5 th overall finish in the Archie Scott Brown Memorial Trophy. Over the course of the next month two more 2 nd in class results would be achieved at Goodwood and Silverstone with Arundell and Jacky Ickx driving. In May the car was used as a spare car at Crystal Palace and in June the engine was converted to fuel injection by BRM. The first race with the new engine was the Grand Prix support race at Brands Hatch on 16 th July where Sir John Whitmore achieved a 1 st in class victory and 4 th overall finish. The car was back at Brands Hatch in August for the Guards International meeting and on this occasion Peter Arundell placed 3 rd overall and 2 nd in class. Arundell was the driver fo
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 and full matching numbers. 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 1972 Bentley T1 ‘Corniche’ 2 Door Saloon H.J. Mulliner Park Ward. One of only 99 two door saloons built between 1966 and 1971. Diamond Silver with Black leather interior and Black Everflex roof. The original factory invoice and build sheets show this car was ordered for the 1971 Earls Court Motor Show. The Bentley was then sold by Rossleigh Ltd of Edinburgh to D.M. Hall and Son of Edinburgh on 29 th January 1972. Factory extras include Everflex roof, Leather headlining, Whitewall radial ply tyres, Nylon rugs to front and rear, internally adjustable mirror to driver’s door, Air horns, Fire extinguisher and Front seat head rests. The Factory build sheet also confirms that the 'white seat piping' was deleated during final specification and the charge 'was to follow'. This Corniche was restored by Centurion Motor Company in 2012 after a period of storage. Supplied with original tool kit and Wood rim steering wheel. The Bentley T-Series was produced from 1965 to 1980. It was announced and displayed for the first time at the Paris Motor Show on 5 October 1965 as a Bentley-badged version of the totally redesigned chassis-less Rolls Royce Silver
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB 6C RHD Short Nose This rare Ferrari was originally owned by well-known businessman and philanthropist Gerald Ronson and is one of only five 275 GTB Short Noses built in right hand drive with six carburettors. Ordered in April of 1965 this car was delivered to Mr Ronson via Maranello Concessionaires and HR Owen Ltd in May of that year. Original correspondence on file from this time shows that it was ordered in Rosso Cina paint with Black leather and checked Grey cloth seats, although Mr Ronson changed this prior to delivery and the car was actually finished with Black all-leather seats highlighted with Red piping. Other features specified by Mr Ronson included light alloy wheels, Radiomobile radio with roof-mounted aerial, Mintex M33 soft-pad brakes, seat belts and the optional ‘Silent Travel’ package, which comprised extra sound deadening material in the interior and the engine bay. Interestingly Mr Ronson also initially specified that the car be fitted with three twin-choke carburettors but reserved the right to upgrade to a six carburettor configuration, without additional cost to him, should this prove unsatisfacto