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  • Ford GT40 Safir

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    2008 Safir GT40 Safir Parts sanctioned continuation GT40 built by Olthoff on a Superformance chassis with a Roush V8 producing 500hp and mated to a RBT ZF transaxle. The car is the first of the Safir Parts continuation models and holds GT40 chassis number GT40P2000, Mr. Carol Shelby received chassis GT40P2001. Having covered only 1500 miles the car stands in perfect order. Specification: Roush V8 FE on MSD distributor and ignition w/ 500 plus HP ZF RBT transaxle. Superformance Mk II specification chassis with Mk I body. Knock off hubs. Comp aluminium radiator w/ twin fans. Nose incorporates individual air path. Aluminium comp oil cooler. Quick release steering wheel. Willwood brakes. Correct Halibrand wheels on knock off hubs. Comp pedal box. Interior carpets. POA POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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  • 1958 Jaguar XK150 S OTS

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    Chassis number: S830674DN History. Harold Sunshine graduated from the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Arts in 1928 and would go on to be a textile designer operating his own company Harold W Sunshine & Co. Harold ordered the car in 1958 whilst living in Paterson, NJ. In 1966, Harold would become the Director of the Empire division of the Jaguar clubs of North America. In 1969, Anthony R Conigliaro of Brooklyn, NY, purchased the car. Italian born, Anthony ran his company Maranello Garages Inc. which focused on the repair of Ferrari’s, Jaguars and other ‘exotic’ cars. Anthony drove the car for a year before putting the car up on blocks, where it sat untouched for almost 45 years until it was repatriated to the UK by the current owner. This matching numbers car has 21,000 miles and is completely original and unrestored. Mostly original paint and all of its original delivery literature and tools are included. This is an opportunity to recommission / restore a completely original XK150S OTS that is in incredibly sound order. POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1958
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  • 1968 Bristol 410

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    The Bristol 410 was launched in 1967 with a 4.2 litre V8 from Chrysler, producing 250 BHP and 340 ft/lbs of torque when new. These were the last of the 5.2 Bristols to be built before the 411 was released a 6.3 V8. The styling remained true to the Bristol tradition of being quitely understated with only motoring aficianados what was before them. This 410 was despatched from Bristol Cars Ltd on the 8th of May 1969 to Anthony Crook Motors Ltd, who supplied it to the first owner, a Mr. Kenneth Stevenson. Originally supplied in blue, the car was repainted by Bristol Cars to match the colour of the local stone in Malta, where the owner lived. He kindly provided a sample of this stone to Bristol Cars to ensure the colour match was perfect. Returning to Britain in 1980 with approximately 20,000 miles on the odometer and stayed in Mr Stevenson’s ownership until July 1984. In August 2012, CBY 267G was handed to Bristol Cars for a complete restoration, which included a through brake overhaul (replacing all callipers, pads, discs, and lines). The fitment of new shock absorbers plus various service, maintainance and electrical items. The car then benefited from a bare metal repaint in Lancia B

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    • Year: 1968
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  • 1970 Alfa Romeo GT1300 Junior

    £19,500

    1970 Alfa Romeo 1300 Junior Step Nose (Scalino). Presenting for sale our beautiful, correct and matching numbers step nose Alfa Romeo Junior 1300. Original Red with Black. LHD. 59000 Kilometers. We enjoyed using this Alfa throughout last Summer while at the same time addressing issues and tidying details. Recent attention from XK Engineering (new lower wings) has insured the car is absolutely corrosion free and without filler. Imported from Italy in 2003, the temperate climate has been kind to this car! The file includes many receipts and past MOT’s proving much care has been lavished upon her over the years. Gearbox: The gearbox has been professionally stripped, assessed and re-built by a specialist gearbox re-builder. During his assessment he found only second gear synchro to require replacing as well as a bearing and the seals. Whilst the box was out a clutch kit and release bearing was fitted. The slave cylinder was replaced. Engine: The 1300cc engine fires up instantly from hot or cold and sounds very impressive, it idles well and performs surprisingly well for its size. The oil pressure is perfect whether hot or cold and the car runs at a nice temperature (80*c) The engine ha

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    • Year: 1970
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  • Ford GT40 replica

    £45,000

    Ford GT40 Mk1 replica Presenting a thoroughly engineered Mk1 GT40 replica for sale. Importantly this Tornado based car was constructed by a well respected Cambridge educated engineer and author some 20 years ago to an exceptional standard. Tornado TS40, registered 1996, approximately 6000-7000 miles. This car is optimised for fast road going, practicality and maybe the occasional track day rather than out-and-out racing. It is built to a very high standard and is a very good replica of the original car both externally and in the cockpit, whilst being well adapted to modern roads. Specification: Ford 302 small block with fast road cam and four barrel Holley 
 Over size clutch (Range Rover) with excellent feel and control. Car is easy to manoeuvre at low speed but has massive mid-range torque and great flexibility 
 Renault UN1 gearbox as used in Renault 21 Turbo with high fifth gear for relaxed cruising. 
 Road (not racing) brakes. 
 K&N air filter 
 Cockpit inner panelling in painted steel (mostly galvanised), rather than aluminium, for strength and fire resistance 
 Firewall between cockpit and engine compartment is double skinned for heat and sound 
deadening 
 Effective air cond

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  • 2007 Ferrari 430 F1 Spider

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    2007 Ferrari 430 Spider F1 Presenting an immaculate, low mileage Ferrari 430 F1 Spider finished in Grigio Silverstone with Rosso leather interior for sale. Always stored and maintained correctly (service history listed below.) The car has covered 17600 miles and has had 2 previous owners. All books, tools, keys are present. Superb! Service History. Delivered new by JCT Brooklands Ferrari 06/07/2007 2677 miles: Graypaul 5503 miles: Graypaul 8656 miles: Dick Lovett 10569 miles: Graypaul 12502 miles: Graypaul (Clutch pack fitted) 16031 miles: Cotswold Prestige 16957 miles: Cotswold Prestige Pirelli PZero Rosso Tyres replaced at 15000. Options: Black Carpets Heated front seats Radio Satellite Navigation System + Bluetooth Hi Power Hi FI with subwoofer Yellow Rev Counter Rosso leather covered steering wheel Carbon fibre dash inserts Charcoal grey special stitching Rosso leather covered roll hoops Red brake callipers Black hood Navtrak + ADR Car Cover £90,000 SOLD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 2007
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  • 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Vantage Project

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    The DB2 debuted at the New York Auto Show in April 1950 and continued in production until April 1953, by which time 411 had been made. The first 49 had a chrome-framed front grille in three separate parts, and large rectangular cooling vents in the front wings. Subsequent cars had a one-piece grille with horizontal chrome slats, and no side vents. The single-piece bonnet was hinged at the front. At the rear of the fixed-head coupé (FHC) a small top-hinged lid gave access to the spare wheel, and luggage space was behind the front seats, accessible only from inside the car. Later in 1950, a Drophead Coupé (DHC) variant was introduced. At least 102 were built.[3] In April 1950, an engine with larger carburettors, inlet camshaft the same as the exhaust (for increased duration), and higher compression ratio pistons (8.16:1) was made available. Aston Martin's first Vantage upgrade option offered 125 hp (93 kW). Initially the higher compression ratio made the engine unsuitable for the British market, as the postwar austerity measures of the early 1950s restricted UK vehicles to 72 octane "Pool petrol". [4] The first DB2 Vantage, LML 50/21, was delivered to, and raced by, Briggs Cunningham

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    • Year: 1953
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  • 1977 Shadow DN8

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    1977 Shadow DN8/5A Legends are pleased to offer this important Grand Prix car for sale. DN8/5A is the car that was campaigned in 1977 and early 1978 by the Shadow F1 team. Driven in 1977 by Riccardo Patrese, Alan Jones and Arturio Merzario. Driven in 1978 by Clay Regazzoni (only for first three races). Results 1977: Patrese, Jones, Merzario German GP 10th Patrese Austrian GP DNF Merzario Dutch GP 13th Patrese Italian GP DNF Patrese Canadian GP 4th Jones Japanese GP 4th Jones Results 1978: Clay Regazzoni and Hans Stuck Argentine GP 15th Regazzoni Brazil GP 5th Regazzoni/Stuck South Africa GP DNQ Regazzoni Designed By David Wass and Tony Southgate, the DN8 represents the only championship victory for the Shadow team in Austria, 1977. This chassis was not subjected to any major incidents and is in excellent condition retaining the original tub and suspension. After 1978 the car was stored by Don Nichols until it was purchased for restoration in 1992. The sudden passing of that owner forced an estate sale where it was purchased in a partially restored state in 1995. Restoration was completed and subsequently sold prior to being tested in 1997. The next owner retained the car for 10 yea

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    • Year: 1977
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  • 1960 Maserati 3500GT

    £145,000

    1960 Maserati 3500 GT Presenting an opportunity to acquire and finish this exceptional project that has been completed thus far to a Pebble Beach / Ville d’ Este standard. Matching numbers with Maserati build sheets and Classiche. Delivered as new to Maserati Representatives of California / Beverly Hills. Specification: Chassis: AM101 1142 Engine: AM101 1142 Fuel delivery: Webber 42DCOE Gearbox: ZF S4/17 Body: Touring Rims / Brakes: Borrani discs External Colour: Blue Cobalto (SALCHI Code 20A42 Interior: Rosso leather (CONNOLY Code PAC.1603 Body panels and chassis complete with all panels offered up and fitted to exceptional standards by Jaguar Racing Panels. Engine machine work includes. Both heads: Acid dip. Pressure test. Replace all exhaust valves. Replace all inlet valves. Blend seats and de-coke. Modify valve guide to modern stem seals. Cut and lap all valve seats. Skim face. Block: Acid dip. Remove all head studs and tap holes. Remove liners. Skim face. New liners made and fitted. Bore liners. Skim for nip height. Hone liners. Crank Assembly: Remove crank bungs. Crack test. Grind mains and big ends. Balance. New set of rods. Hone small ends to pins. Balance. New set of Pisto

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    • Year: 1960
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  • 1971 De Tomaso Pantera

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    1971 De Tomaso Pantera Fantastic example of an early chrome bumper Pantera. Red with Black. 32000 miles. All matching and correct Cleveland 351 and ZF transaxle. This example stands out as it is structurally excellent having spent much of its life in the gentle Californian climate. Complete recent service, all fluids and air con recharge. An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a properly sorted and unmolested early pre L, Tom Tjaarda designed De Tomaso Pantera. £65,000. Sold MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1971
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  • 1953 Jaguar XK120 FHC

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    1953 Jaguar XK120 FHC Presenting a completely restored nut and bolt XK120 FHC by Bristol Classic and Sports Cars Ltd. completed in June 2014 and has covered 2000 miles since. Developed for fast road touring, ease of use, and durability. Absolutely stunning and presented in as new condition. Specification and upgrades: Engine: 3.8 XK150 short motor with S3XJ head and 120 sump breathing through 2 inch sand cast SU carbs, rear engine modified seal crank scroll machined to suit ; crank / rods 4.2 / fly wheel lightened / pressure plate and pulley all balanced. Head mildly ported. Machining crank journals all 10 thou, bores plus 20 thou, head new guides, valves, cam bearings, exhaust valve seats, new oil pump, chains, guides etc. Exhaust: 3 branch stainless steel manifolds with Y pipe and single pipe system through chassis. Alternator conversion. Halogen head light bulbs. Alloy radiator with Kenlowe fan operated automatically via outer switch in bottom hose. Alloy fuel tank, Facet fuel pump, copper pipes, ethanol compliment pipes, Monza alloy locking fuel filler cap. Gear box: T5 Tremac 5 speed with .63 fifth gear. (Long legs for fast touring) Rear axle 3.77:1 standard ratio. Brakes: XK1

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    • Year: 1953
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  • 2011 Aston Martin DBS

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    2011 Aston Martin DBS 16400 miles, Meteorite Silver with Obsidian Black hide. Full Aston Martin Service History. Absolutely superb. Bluetooth Connectivity, Satellite Navigation, Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror, 2 Plus 2 Seating Arrangement, Sport Seats, Piano Black Facia, Leather, Central Locking, CD Player, Air Bags, Climate Controlled AC, Bang & Olufsen DBS Sound System, 20" Alloy Wheels, Parking Distance Control - Front and Rear, Cruise Control, Power-fold Door Mirrors, Electric Operated Door Mirrors, Multi Functional Steering Wheel, Remote Central Locking, Trip Computer with Message Centre, Xenon Headlights, Electric Seats with Memory, Full Aston Martin Service History, Carbon Fibre Splitter, Carbon Fibre Diffuser, DSC-Dynamic Stability Control, Traction control, Paddle shift £99500.00 Sold MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 2011
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  • 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

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    1976 Ferrari 308 GTB Very early steel car. LHD. Prugna Metallic with Black hide. 61000 miles and preserved as only a California car can be. Recent full service with belts. Dynamically the car drives as it should, very tight. The gearbox selects perfectly once warm and the engine and carburettion is accurately setup pulling seamlessly throughout the rev range. When sorted the early 308 is engaging to drive quickly. Underneath, the floor and chassis components are very clean (California climate) with no signs of past accident damage. The interior is very original with the black hide seats showing normal wear, both the rear luggage and front plastic cover zip flaps are perfect. All instrumentation is working During the 1980’s the car was painted in a striking Prugna Metallic, the original colour being Orange. Original Campagnolo spare, all four running wheels have not been refurbished and are in excellent condition with original Campagnolo markings. Original tool roll with some tools. UK registered. This sale represents an opportunity to acquire a very straight, well sorted, original matching numbers early steel bodied Ferrari 308 GTB that is ready for enjoyment and priced correctly.

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    • Year: 1976
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  • 1966 Lola T70 MK2 ex Team Surtees

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    Offering the ex Team Surtees chassis SL71/48 Lola T70 Mk2 for sale. This is the last T70 Mk2 built. This car won the Bruce McLaren Trophy as well as holding the lap record at this years Goodwood Members Meeting. Interesting exchanges welcome. History is as follows: SL71/48 was built in early 1966 by Lola Cars for Team Surtees and was displayed at the London Racing Car Show between the 19th and 29th January. Painted plain red, the car made its race debut at Snetterton for the Archie Scott-Brown Trophy in April ’66. Driven by Graham Hill. At Silverstone for International Trophy in May, David Hobbs drove but retired early in the wet and damp conditions. At Mallory Park for the Grovewood Trophy, Hobbs got the better of Denny Hulme in Sid Taylor’s T70 and looked like taking the win until a rear tyre deflated and Hobbs limped into the pits to retire. At a soaking wet Silverstone for the Martini Trophy, Hobbs started in pole position and took the lead and led Denny Hulme until the oil pressure suddenly dropped. Hobbs pitted for more oil and rejoined to finish third. During the pit stop it was discovered the leak had covered the rear tyres and brakes in oil. The last time the car was raced

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    • Year: 1966
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  • Ferrari Dino 206SP

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    Ferrari Dino 206SP Presenting the finest 206SP Dino replica with prominent racing history. Constructed to the absolute highest and most exacting standards by Bob Wilson and completed in 2001. Specification: 4 valve Dino single plug dry sump engine developing 250 hp @ 8000 rpm. Exceptional Shape Craft aluminium body. The 5 speed transaxle, uprights, Girling brakes, steering rack and pinion, instruments, lights, Koni suspension and 13 inch magnesium wheels are all original 206 SP Dino components. Provenance: 2001 Testing and development, Willie Green and David Piper 2001 Rockingham Historic Meeting: David Piper. 2001: Goodwood Revival, Whitsun Trophy, David Piper. 2001: Historic GP Chimay, Brynn Williams. 2002: Goodwood Revival: M. Berberich – Martini. 2003: Ollon Villars Historic Hill Climb: Brynn Williams 2004: International Historics, Killarny SA, David Piper. 2004 Aintree Historic Festival, B Williams. 2005 International Historics, Zwartzkopf SA, David Piper. 2005: International Historic, Philip Island AUS. Nick Adams. 2005: Vernasca Silver Flag, Italy. B Williams. 2006: Historic GP, Tunis. M. McGlone and demonstration by Nino Vaccarella. 2007: Masters Series, Brands Hatch. Nick

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  • Rondeau M382 Group C

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    On offer is the 1982 Monza 1000 Kilometers overall winning Rondeau M382. Chassis 004 was driven to victory in 1982 at Monza driven by Henri Pescarola, Giorgia Francia and Jean Rondeau. This win was the only competitive event that 004 participated in so the original engineering has not been compromised. Currently fitted with a 3.3 liter electronically injected DFL, the original 3.9 liter DFL is included with the sale. In 2007 the car was invited to and participated in the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Interestingly the car comes complete with much memorabilia including team clothing. Paperwork includes FIA HTP Jean Rondeau was an extraordinary competitor in respect to the fact that he remains the only entrant to win the 24 hours of Le Mans in a car that he both drove and wore his name Rondeau as a manufacturer. An opportunity to acquire a piece of Group C history that would be an excellent addition to any collection as well as a welcomed entry to the Group C Racing series. Sold MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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  • 1991 Ferrari Testarossa

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    Presenting a superb UK Maranello Concessionaires delivered RHD Testarossa finished in giallo fly yellow with black hide. Handed to the first owner by Nigel Mansell Sports Cars Ltd. on the 10th of August 1991 and has had 4 subsequent owners since which includes Mr. Dario Franchitti. The car stands today in impressive condition both mechanically and cosmetically having covered a life total of 29800 miles. The service history is complete and documented. Most recent work performed by Keys Motorsport at Silverstone which included a gearbox inspection and rebuild as well as a major service with all belts and fluids etc. Dynamically the car performs perfectly, the only upgrade being a full stainless sports exhaust system amplifying the flat 12 sound to good effect. An opportunity to acquire a UK supplied RHD Testarossa in a stunning colour combination in absolute excellent condition complete with all tools, books and supporting documents. POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1991
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  • 1985 Renault RE60 Formula One

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    On offer is this iconic Factory Renault RE60 Grand Prix car campaigned in 1985 driven by Patrick Tambay. Chassis RE60/04 Bernard Dudot (Dir. Technique) Jean-Marc d'Adda (Design) Jean-Claude Migeot (Aérodynamique) Period results 1985: Brazil: Qualified 11th finished 5th. Portugal: Qualified 12th Finished 3rd. San Marino: Qualified 10th Finished 3rd. Monaco: Qualified 17th Finished DNF. The car stands today in superb original condition. The 1.5 ltre EF 4B V6 Turbo is installed in the car but is missing some internal componants. The engine will need to be built up. Please contact for further info. An opportunity to acquire a full Works Formula One Renault from the orginal Turbo era. SOLD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1985
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  • 1968 Ginetta G16

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    One of 8 cars built and what has to be the most successful G16 campaigned today. Supplied in 1968 to Worcester Racing Association and driven in period by John Burton throughout 1968 including the 1000 Kilometers of Brands Hatch. Chassis G16/003 is a well known contender in the HSCC Guards Trophy with an enviable track record of out right wins and reliability. Fitted with a Lester Owen BMW 2.0 M10 engine mated to a Hewland FG400 transaxle the car is absolutely ready to go. POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1968
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  • Talbot Lago T26C

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    Legends are proud to offer the Philippe Etancelin, 1948, 4.5 litre Talbot Lago monoplace Grand Prix car for sale. Please click here for the full story. SOLD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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  • 1958 Lotus 16

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    1958 Lotus 16 F2 1.5 litre. Legends are proud to offer for sale this Lotus 16, which is considered to be the most original and unmolested example in existence. Chassis 367 is a Team Lotus Works Formula 2 car, which was campaigned by Chapman and Innes Ireland during the 1959 season at Silverstone, Reims, Rouen, Brands Hatch and Crystal Palace. In 1960 the car was used by Keith Finney in British events. The car was a prominent part of the Blackhawk Museum of San Francisco and has a fully documented ownership history throughout its life. Repatriated in 2006, the car has been maintained by Mr. Alan Baillie and is in race ready condition and is fitted with the correct 1.5 litre stage one and a half, Ray Buckley built Coventry Climax FPF engine. POA ..SOLD.. MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1958
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  • 1981 Williams FW07 B F1

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    Legends are pleased to present this iconic Williams Grand Prix car for sale. Provenance: 1981 Chassis 10 is the 1981 South African GP winner driven by Carlos Reuteman. 1981 March 13 – 15: 1981 FIA F1 World Championship Long Beach USA. Spare car for Alan Jones competition no. 1: used during 1st and 3rd practice. 1981 March 25th Rio de Janeiro Brazil test: Used by Alan Jones. 1982 –1983 . At the disposal of Williams benefactor Count Giuseppe Zanon for private test driving at leisure. 1984 – 1988 . Storage at Williams factory in Didcot. 1989 – 1995. Prime exhibit at the Williams Conference Centre and Grand Prix Collection in Grove Oxfordshire. 1996. Goodwood Festival of Speed, 1st place fastest time Jonathan Palmer 1997. Goodwood Festival of Speed, Jason Plato demonstration. 2000. Goodwood Festival of Speed, Alan Jones demonstration. 2000 – 2004. On loan to the Donnington Grand Prix Collection. 2005 Purchased directly from Sir Frank Williams by current owner 2005 to 2013 . Competitively campaigned throughout North America supported by Lee Chapman Racing and has been the car to beat. 6 wins from 9 starts!The car comes with a plethora of spares and holds current FIA papers. All Williams

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    • Year: 1981
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  • Lola T212CHASSIS #SL212/18

    £215,000

    Originally imported into the United States by Brian Redman in 1983. Fresh BDG, newly re skinned, refurbished bulkheads, shocks rebuilt by Koni, new ignition, fuel pumps and all suspension arms are new. The original AM number is stamped on the cross beam that is with the car. Offered with current FIA HTP. Chassis SL212/18 is a proven race winner with wins at Sebring and podiums at Monterey. The car stands today in pristine condition and is ready to compete without excuse. $215,000 USD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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  • 1969 McLaren M10 F5000

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    1969 Mc Laren Formula 5000 M10 400/16 1969 sold new to Paddy Driver South Africa History. Documented in Autosport. June 1970 Kyalami Paddy Driver 4th July 1970 Bulawayo Paddy Driver 2nd June 1970 Roy Hesketh crashed. 1971 South African FA/F1 championship Leo Dave. Restored by Simon Hadfield and has not been raced since complete restoration. All bills on file. Chevrolet 302 engine built by Mathwall Engineering. Hewland DG300 transaxle. We are pleased to offer this historically significant F5000 McLaren for sale. Please contact us for further information. POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1969
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  • 1958 Aston Martin DB2 Mk3

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    History of AM.300/3/1683 This car was ordered new in 1958 by Mr Alister Malcolm Creswick of Aune Cross, Devon and was designated the registration 353ATA. The car was ordered in the rare shade of Cardinal Grey by Mr Creswick, who was a wealthy landowner and sixty-five years old at the time of purchase. Mr Creswick passed away five years later in 1963 aged seventy. Having no wife or children, Mr Creswick was to bequeath 'all my motor cars and other motor vehicles' to Mr Richard Leslie Rogers, a local farmer who operated on Mr Creswick’s land. Richard Rogers took the car immediately to a dealership and the car was up for sale in 1963 as Richard Rogers headed for a new life in the Channel Islands. As the car awaited its next custodian at the dealership, it received a new coat of dark-green metallic paint and was fitted with a Motorola radio system, presumably to freshen up the car and improve the dealer’s sales potential. During 1963, Frederick W. Anner Jr. was stationed in Verdun, France. Frederick was a clarinet player with the U.S. Marching band and was the owner of a 1954 Aston Martin DB MkII/4. Fred was having problems running his car and decided to take it to England to have some

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    • Year: 1958
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  • 1953 Jaguar XK120

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    1953 Jaguar XK120 FHC On offer is this stunning matching numbers Jaguar XK120 FHC fastidiously restored to Pebble Beach standards. Delivered via Hoffman New York to the first owner …. a pilot in early 1953 who also raced the car. The next owner was Bill Welch of Welch Jaguar who purchased the car in the early 1960s, after 32 years of ownership the car passed on to Bruce Amster of Red Line Restoration. Red Line restored the car during the early 2000s, exceptional craftsmanship is evident throughout, the fit and finish of the coachwork is outstanding! The present owner has brought the car to the absolute highest standard having spent an additional 70k USD chasing the finest details (invoices available on request). Front disc brake conversion, original drums are present. This sale represents an opportunity to acquire the very best XK120 FHC, any inspection welcome. Jaguar Heritage Certificate on file confirming build numbers. POA. SOLD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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    • Year: 1953
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  • 1949 Jaguar Alluminium XK 120 OTS

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    Presenting one of the most original examples in existance of the pre production alluminium bodied Jaguar XK120 OTS. Chassis Number: 670069 Engine Number: W1102-8 The XK120 was launched in open two-seater or (US) roadster form at the 1948 London Motor Show as a testbed and show car for the new Jaguar XK engine. The display car was the first prototype, chassis number 670001. The roadster caused a sensation, which persuaded Jaguar founder and design boss William Lyons to put it into production. Beginning in 1948, the first 242 cars wore wood-framed open 2-seater bodies with aluminium panels. Production switched to the heavier all-steel bodies in early 1950. The "120" in the name referred to the aluminium car's 120 mph top speed, which made it the world's fastest production car at the time of its launch. In 1949 the first production roadster, chassis number 670003, was delivered to Clark Gable. Being the 69th XK120 built, this car is one of the rare ‘alloy’ bodied examples built in 1949 and was originally a silver. It was sent to Clayrich Motors, St Louis at the beginning of 1950 and was purchased by Lee Hunter who immediately sent it to his local Cadillac dealership to be painted the

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    • Year: 1949
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  • 1936 Talbot Lago T150C

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    Recreation utilizing genuine period parts and chassis. History of the Talbot T150c sports racing cars. In 1936 the Automobile Club de France announced a new formula for sports cars, this was a protest against the total dominance in Grand Prix racing of the German teams of Auto Union and Mercedes Benz. French manufacturers responded to the challenge, Delage, Delahaye. Bugatti, and the Paris Suresnes company of Talbot Darraq where a new sports racing car was built using a well developed chassis. Talbot company chief designer Walter Becchia produced a redesign of the already successful 3 litre engine with an increase to 3,989 cc, a low mounted single camshaft and an alloy hemispherical combustion chamber cylinder head feeding 3 downdraft Zenith carburetors, it gave these engines a nominal 165 bhp with exceptional torque and made the T150c amongst the fastest sports cars of the pre war period, well capable of exceeding 130 mph. They achieved excellent success in both sports car racing and stripped of their road equipment in Grand Prix events, with great drivers such as Etancelin, Chiron, Sommer. Only 6 of the T150c cars were built. Chassis numbers 82930 to 82935. In the post war period

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    • Year: 1936
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  • 1971 March 721

    £59,000

    On offer is the ex Wilson Fittipaldi Formula 2 March 721 chassis M17 that was campaigned throughout the 1971 season. Provenance. 31/05/1971 Crystal Palace 9th 13/06/1971 Vallelunga 2nd 20/06/1971 Rouen 7th 27/06/1971 Roen 7th The ownership trail has been fully recorded since Graham Eccles purchased the car from March in 1973. Martin Stretton acquired M17 in 1993 at which point a complete restoration was carried out under the watchful eye of Derek Gardiner. Since this time the car has been maintained and successfully campaigned by Martin Stretton Racing and was re-skinned in 2012. Most recently driven by Lord Drayson, chassis M17 is the sister car to the 2011 HSCC Historic Formula 2 Championship winning March 721 driven by Diogo Ferrao. It is worth noting that in recent years the 1600 BDA injected cars have proven to be the machines to beat for the overall Historic Formula 2 Championship, ease of use and reliability have much to do with this! Specification. Geoff Richardson BDA 1600 on mechanical injection. Hewland FT200 transaxle. Stack instrumentation with shift light. Documentation. FIA Historical Vehicle Identity Form. FIA HTP Extensive file of history, photos and setup info. Sp

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    • Year: 1971
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  • Ford GT40 Mk 2 FIA

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    On offer is this highly competitive GT40 Mk 2 continuation built to the highest standards in 2009. Based on a Superformance tub that has been reinforced. Suspension, brakes and uprights are all original specification and FIA approved. The 427 big block was built by and refreshed in 2011 by Euroamerican Engineering rated at 560 HP. The dry sump system holds 14 kilos of oil and the petrol tanks hold a total of 112 litres. The transaxle is freshly rebuilt and is oil cooled. The car has been successfully campaigned in the Historic Italian Championships at tracks including Monza, Imola, Varona, Magione, Vallelunga etc. Accolades include a win at the 300 Kilometers of Vallelunga driven by the great Mario Casoni and Alex Spagna. An opportunity to acquire a highly developed and race winning GT40 Mk 2 that is eligible for many desirable GT and endurance events. Documents include current log book, FIA HTP and Italian road registration. In absolute stunning condition! POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

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