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  • 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750D –


    A stunningly presented matching numbers normale spider, new paint, trim and engine. History of this car This Giulietta was manufactured 24.1.1958 and sold new to South Africa in left hand drive configuration. The Alfa has been in the UK since 1963, with just 4 long term owners. According to the Alfa Romeo historical archive, the car was originally red. We bought the car recently and it had an older repaint in grey. We have conducted a high quality repaint in nero, fitted new trim and conducted a mechanical freshening. Our Spider benefits from a Weber carburettor upgrade (original Solex with the car), a Veloce manifold and exhaust. There is a large history file detailing £000s lavished on this beautiful example over the years. Body A real strength of the Alfa is the superb body and paint. In the past our car has had a photo documented bare metal body restoration and today the car has perfect panel fit, arrow straight sides and mirror finish paint in nero. Much of the chrome work has been replated in the past and makes for a striking contrast against the black paint. The chassis including sills and floors are all rock solid with a thin protective coating applied. The fuel tank has be

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1958
    For sale
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  • 1969 Fiat 124 Sport Spider –


    A beautifully restored Euro example of the first and most desirable model of this car. Left hand drive and supplied with an age related UK registration. History of this car The best of sleek sixties Pininfarina drop-top design (penned by Tjaarda) paired with a rev-hungry Lampredi twin cam up front, these early Tipo 124AS Spiders with their fine detail are fast appreciating cars. Our car was supplied new to Italy and remained in the arid South of the country until being imported by us to the UK recently. This a two owner from new vehicle, the last owner was President of the Italian ACI historic car club who commissioned a major rebuild on this Spider 6 years ago with overhauling of body, paint, interior and mechanicals together with a new wiring loom being fitted. This rebuild is photo documented. Mileage recorded is 84,500 klms (or 52,500) which is the unwarranted but believable mileage from new. Our car is fitted with desirable and genuine Abarth Cromodora alloy wheels. Body The condition of the body on our 124 is superb, having been fully restored (photo documented) and appears to be entirely rust free. The sides are dead straight, and the four opening panels have consistent and

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1969
    For sale
  • 1970 Lancia Flavia 2000i Coupe –


    A gorgeous unrestored Flavia coupe, 4 speed, PAS, leather, lady owned in classic colours. This car is now UK registered KUJ 352J History of this car We’ve had a few of this Pininfarina designed model and they make great touring cars but are tricky to source as people tend to hang on to them. This one was first registered in Rome on 27.11.1970 and is a rare tipo 820.430 model being one of 700 fuel injected examples built, also equipped with power steering and 4 speed manual transmission. Our car was also fitted from new with both a Blaupunkt radio and a black leather interior (a very expensive option), which crisply contrasts with bodywork in grigio escoli, a subtle silver grey metallic, perfect colours for such an understated machine. This Lancia was a Rome car until 2005 when it was bought by a lady in Perugia, from whom we purchased the car. She was the third owner from new and our car has an ASI accreditation. At some point the fuel injection was removed to be replaced by a Solex carburettor from a similar car. This at least helps ensure reliable running but otherwise the car remains pleasingly original. Mileage recorded is 127,000 klms or about 78,000 miles which whilst not gua

    Last update: 28 Days Old
    • Year: 1970
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  • 1963 Innocenti 1100S Spider –


    A desirable and very rare late specification Spider with the bigger engine, twin carbs and disc brakes. Needs a small tidy, trade sale and bargain price! History of this car The contemporary advertising copy line “Body by Ghia, soul by Sprite” neatly encapsulates this most charming little sports car. From the pen of Tom Tjaarda of Ghia and built by OSI, this gorgeous Spider is the Italian take on the evergreen Austin Healey Sprite, a model which in original Frogeye guise was thought to have had limited appeal in the Italian market. The result is a beautiful looking car, ahead of its time and which is roomier and better trimmed than its English counterpart. Then and now these cars were much rarer and certainly more exclusive than the AH Sprite. With only about 2000 “S” models built, today good usable Spiders such as our example are tricky to find. Our car was supplied new in Rome where it resided until imported here in 2015. This is a 4 owner car, the last custodian buying it in 1983. This gentleman restored the Spider about 15 years ago, redoing all mechanicals and repainting and retrimming the car throughout, to a good standard, although there is scope for further improvement. Mil

    Last update: 28 Days Old
    • Year: 1963
    For sale
  • 1978 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce –


    A factory RHD UK delivery, matching numbers 2000 Spider Veloce with low mileage and ownership and recent major body restoration. This is a consignment car and we are facilitating the sale for the current owner. History of this car This lovely Spider is back with us. The customer we sold it to has enjoyed it in France this summer but a new focus on pre-war sporting cars means regrettably the Alfa has to go. The Alfa Romeo historical archive states our spider was amongst the last of this model and series supplied directly to Alfa Romeo UK, London, first registered on 1/4/1978 finished in the most rare colour combination of Giallo Pagoda with a black skai interior, the same combination it wears today. We believe only very few UK delivery examples of this model were delivered in this stunning shade of yellow, most being finished in the ubiquitous red or silver, white and blue. Our car lived in London (original registration still on the car) with the first owner until 1993 when it moved to Essex, to be kept by the next custodian until 2006. It then changed hands again to another Essex address until 2013 when purchased by the previous owner, who carried out a sympathetic photo documented

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1978
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  • 1972 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1600 –


    An extremely rare factory RHD Sport 1600, 1 owner for 40 years, restored, great colours. History of this car Lancia only made 800 Sport 1600s in 1971/2 and only about 50 tipo 818.751 right hand drive cars like ours were imported into the UK. With different gearing to the HF, the model was the fastest production Fulvia, with a top speed of 190kmh, and the only Fulvia equipped with electric windows. According to the Lancia Zagato register, our car was delivered new to a British officer serving in the U.N in Cyprus and repatriated in 1973 when it was first registered in the UK. Shortly afterwards the Zagato changed hands, to a Dr J.K.Mills, who would continue to own the car until very recently. This is therefore a virtually one owner from new vehicle. A long time Lancia Motor Club member, Dr Mills used his Sport and also lavished a lot of care and invested heavily in restoring his pride and joy over a number of years. The body and chassis have been restored and our car has a rebuilt engine. This work has been performed by marque specialists Omicron, Peter Gerrish, David Ashworth, Minera and others. With the exception of an oil cooler, electronic ignition, stainless exhaust and Cromodo

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1972
    For sale