Vehicle Description Year – 1973 Engine Size – 2.7 Mileage – 56,052 Colour – Grand Prix White/ Red Graphics Interior – Black The greatest classic 911s of all-time. RS stands for Rennsport in German, meaning “racing sport”. The Carrera name was reintroduced from the 356 Carrera which had itself been named after Porsche’s victories in the Carrera Panamericana races in Mexico in the 1950s. The RS was built so that Porsche could enter racing formulae that demanded that a certain minimum number of production cars were made. Compared with a standard 911S, the Carrera 2.7 RS had a larger engine developing 210 PS with MFI, revised and stiffened suspension, a “ducktail” rear spoiler, larger brakes, wider rear wheels and rear wings. In RS Touring form it weighed 1075 kg, in Sport Lightweight form it was about 100 kg lighter, the saving coming from the thin-gauge steel used for parts of the body shell and also the use of thinner glass. With only 17 original right-hand drive Porsche 2.7 RS Lightweight, this is an extremely rare and sort after car. Specialist Cars of Malton are proud to present one of the most famous RHD Porsche 911 2.7 RS Lightweights in the world. The car was originally suppli
Vehicle Description Engine Size – 3.6 Mileage – 87,893 Colour – Speed Yellow Interior – Stripped The Porsche 993 was created in 1993 by Englishman Toni Hatter and retained the basic shell of the 964 and other earlier 911 models, but with revised external panels, with much more flared wheel arches and a smoother front and rear bumper design, an enlarged retractable rear wing, teardrop mirrors, but keeping the doors and roof panels. The Porsche 993 like the 964 came as a couple, Targa and cabriolet. The 993 will forever have a place in the heart of Porsche purists with it being the last of the air-cooled 911’s. The 993 is often referred to as the most desirable 911, not only because of its stunning good looks but also because of the outstanding performance, even by modern standards. The Porsche 993 RS allowed a sporting performance of the highest standards. The RS is powered by a 3.8 litre and variorum intake. The secret to its performance is due to the weight of the car, which is 1,370KG. it is extremely light, fast and is seen in people’s eyes as their favourite Porsche. Just arrived in stock is this stunning Porsche 993. Built as a homage to the legendary RS thousands have been sp
Vehicle Description Year – 1966 Engine Size – 4.2 Milage – 67,665 Colour – Opalescent Dark Blue Interior – Red More Details To Follow.
Vehicle Description Year – 2016 Engine Size – 6.7 Mileage – Delivery Colour – Glacier White Interior – Black In stock now is this brand new Bentley Mulsanne Speed, one of ten commissioned by Mulliner. A brand new unregistered car it has delivery miles and is VAT qualifying meaning it can be sold VAT free for export. The specification is as follows: Glacier White Hotspur fine lines – twin thin Colour Split 5 Beluga hide Piano black with carbon fibre inlay Beluga seatbelts Beluga carpet binding Duo-tone steering wheel Hotspur embroidered emblems Speed Premier Specification Flying B radiator mascot Jewel fuel filler cap iPad picnic tables Veneered iPod drawer and minor gauges panel Twin illuminated fold-down vanity mirrors & rear quarter vanity mirrors Rear view camera Remote controlled garage door opener Shade band to top tint windscreen Adaptive cruise control Side-view camera Space saving spare wheel Naim for Bentley premium audio system Ambient interior mood lighting Massage and ventilation to front and rear seats Valet key Privacy glass to rear screen and rear side windows Deep pile Wilton woven carpet mats to front and rear 2 City umbrellas First aid kit Illuminated treadplates
Vehicle Description Year – 2014 Engine Size – 5.0 Mileage – 12,310 Colour – Italian Racing Red Interior – Black Leather The Jaguar F-Type is a two-door, two-seater sports car, based on a shortened platform of the XK convertible, manufactured by the British car manufacturer Jaguar from 2013. It was the spiritual successor to the famous E-Type and was built as a replacement for the Jaguar XK. With the F-TYPE, the Jaguar engineering team focused on delivering greater dynamic driving reward than ever before. To make this a reality, the latest technologies have been used to make the F-TYPE a car that is precise and exciting; a car that you’ll want to drive. The car was first registered in 2014 by Jaguar Huddersfield and has only covered 12,310 miles from new. The F-type comes in the very sought after colour combination of Italian Racing Red exterior and Black Leather interior. Specification to follow. As always the car comes with our excellent 1 year warranty, with 12 months Tax and MOT. As well as a full tank of fuel, a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1972 Engine Size – 2.4 Mileage – 0 Colour – Slate Grey Interior – Black The first thing when you think about Porsche is the iconic 911. After the succession of the high anticipated Porsche 356, Porsche decided that they wanted to be created an everyday car, which saw the introduction of the Porsche 911. The 911 is a timeless car that has been revived over 55 years. The 911 is well known for its rear-engined layout which has redefined the shape and future for the 911 and Porsche to that matter. The 911 T stood for ‘touring’. It had a 2.0 litre engine with only 110BHP. The T was the ‘base’ model of the 911, costing 10% less than the S. The Slate Grey Porsche 911 2.4 formerly owned by the ‘King of Cool’ Steve McQueen and featured in his film ‘Le Mans’ recently sold for $1,375,000 (£832,800) at an auction in Monterey, California – a new world record for a 911 sold at auction.Perhaps what you might expect for a truly one-off 911. Here at Specialist Cars, we are offering you the chance to own the next best thing – a fully ‘nut and bolt’ restored homage to the original – a 1972 Porsche 911 2.4T, fully restored by the highly-respected Nick Moss at Early 911. Body
Vehicle Description Year – 1991 Engine Size – 3.6 Mileage – 0 Colour – Old English White Interior – Havana The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6. In stock now is this stunning Porsche 964 RSR Targa Homage with Turbo body. The car has been fully restored and converted by ourselves to the previous owners specifications and is immaculate. This narrow bodied 964 Targa was originally Black with Black Leather interior when we imported it from California. The car is finished in Old English White with a stunning customised Havana Leather interior. As always the car comes with our excellent 1 year warranty, with 12 months Tax and MOT. As well as a full tank of fuel, a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Engine Capacity: 3500 Transmission: Manual It was the end of 1987, and Argentinian driver Oscar Larrauri was in a spot of bother. He was the protégé of Juan Mañuel Fangio; he had been the European F3 champion as far back as 1982 for the Euroracing team; since 1984 he had been enjoying success in Porsche sports cars run by Walter Brun; but, most of all, he was 33, and with each passing season his F1 aspirations were diminishing. But then he had an idea: bring Brun and Euroracing together to jointly form a Grand Prix team in a time when big ambitions and not big budgets were enough to get you started. And so EuroBrun was born. Introduced halfway through 1989 the new car, the ER189, arrived in time for the German GP, and so too did a sponsor in the form of Jägermeister, which painted the attractive new machine in its famous orange colours. However, even for the rest of the year there was only one ER189 chassis, and the team had to keep taking one ER188B to each race as a spare. And, considering the reliability problems associated with the untried ER189, that spare often had to come into use. Part of the ER189 also had to be remade after the initial roll-hoop behind
Vehicle Description Year – 1969 Engine Size – 4.2 Mileage – 26,610 Colour – Signal Red Interior – Black The Jaguar E type was manufactured between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance, and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the motoring world. The E-Type’s 150 mph (241 km/h) top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration, monologue construction, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent front and rear suspension distinguished the car and spurred industry-wide changes. The E-Type was based on Jaguar’s D-Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three consecutive years beginning 1955, and employed a racing design with both the body tub and engine bolted directly to the frame. New in stock we have this immaculate Jaguar E type Fixed head coupe series 2. The car has gone under a full nut and bolt restoration to make it like brand new. The E type has only done 26,610 miles since 1969 which makes it extremely rare in itself. Finished in signal red and black interior, this beautiful colour combination is the definition of perfection and is currently waiting for your viewing. As always this car comes with our
Vehicle Description Year – 1979 Engine Size – 2.0 Mileage – 102,200 Colour – Beige and White Interior – Tartan In stock now is this highly sought after 1979 Volkswagen T2 Devon Moonraker. The Devon Moonraker is widely regarded as the best conversion around. Being powered by the larger 2.0L engine this camper will have no issues getting around. This is a completely original camper and has not had any restoration work done to it and has all the original interior. It would be hard to find a RHD van more original and unmolested than this one. All original carpets are fitted and are unmarked, headliner and sun visors unmarked, and all original Devon seat cushions are fitted and in mint condition with a double bed up top and a rock n roll bed below. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 2014 Engine Size – 4.4 Mileage – 14,376 Colour – Frozen Dark Silver Metallic Interior – Black BMW have created a 30th anniversary of the M5 called the ’30 Jahre’ limited edition. Unlike all other M5’s, this has a power boost of 592BHP. With only 300 built and 30 coming the UK, this car is extremely rare. New in stock we have this outstanding BMW M5 30 Jahre Edition currently sitting in our showroom. Finished in Frozen dark silver metallic with black interior, this is a high spec vehicle and is extremely sought after. Extras include- • M Carbon ceramic brakes • Reversing Assist camera • Surround-View • B&O Advanced audio system • Sun protection glass • Carbon Fibre Tips As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1993 Engine Size – 3.6 Mileage – 31,360 Colour – Black Interior – Stripped The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6. The 964 RS America was created to compliance with US regulations. This came with the M030 sport suspension package, which included the use of much of the running gear from the 911 C2 Turbo, led to higher performance limits. The Turbo’s progressively wound coil springs, larger diameter front stabilizer bar, and upgraded shock absorbers were standard equipment for the RS America, as were 17” diameter C2 Turbo wheels. The RSA rims were 7” wide on the front and 8” wide on the rear (as opposed to the 7” wide front and 9” wide rear wheels of the C2 Turbo). The engine was built by Chris German of Chris’s German Auto Service in Washington, a renowned engine builder, who produced a very powerful 3.8 litre engine, recently the car was
Vehicle Description Year – 2015 Engine Size – 3.0 Mileage – 25,419 Colour – Magnetite Black Metallic Interior – Cream Mercedes-Benz S Class 3.0 S350 CDI BlueTEC AMG Line 7G-Tronic Plus 4dr (SWB, start/stop) The Mercedes S 350 really sets the standard when it comes to technology, comfort and class and it certainly does not disappoint. There are even more gadgets than in the old S-Class, such as dual 12-inch TFT screens in the dash, while the fact there isn’t a single filament light bulb underlines these futuristic credentials. This S350 feels totally planted on the road, and it handles well for a big car, too. The rear-drive chassis provides plenty of grip in corners and the steering is accurate and nicely weighted. Extras to standard specification • Magnetite Black Metallic Paint • Memory Package for Driver & Passenger • Extra Nappa Leather in Porcelain with Black Carpets • Front Seats Comfort Package including Massage function • Electric Panoramic Glass Roof • AMG 20″ Alloy Wheels • Heated Front & Rear Seats • Multi Colour Ambient Lighting System • Garage & Gate Remote Opener • Illuminated Mercedes Door Sill Panels The car has been very well looked after, it comes with full Servic
Vehicle Description Year – 1963 Engine Size – 2.8 Mileage – 65,309 Colour – Red Interior – Black The Mercedes Benz 230 SL was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1963 to replace the legendary 300 SL. Every car came with an inline-six-cylinder engine with a multi-port fuel injection. The 230 SL’s were typically configured as a coupe/roadster with a soft-top and optional removable hardtop. In Stock Now – This Mercedes 230 SL has just arrived from Ontario, Canada and looks amazing. The car was manufactured in 1963 and still looks brand new. A lot of work has been done over the years in order to keep it in such good condition with all proof of work, MOT and service history included. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1991 Engine Size – 2.3 Mileage – 146, 967KM Colour – Diamantschwarz Metallic Interior – Black/ Grey Tartan The E30 M3 was the first saloon to be purpose built as a hybrid for the race track and road by BMW’s Motorsport division. Launched in 1986 as a road car, it quickly took the Touring Car championships by storm and dominated the German, Australian and British titles. This solidified the E30 M3 and one of the most iconic BMW’s in history. This car was originally registered in Germany and was imported to the UK in 1998. Whilst the car was in Germany it only had the 1 owner and has only had 2 owners in the UK. During it’s time in the UK the car has spent a lot of it’s time in a very well conditioned garage and has only covered 200 miles in the last 2 years. The oil was always kept clear and the car was serviced regularly. An exemplary service history is present with 12 main dealer BMW stamps and 6 specialist BMW stamps. This is a stunning example and the car drives beautifully. As always the car comes with our excellent 1 year warranty, with 12 months Tax and MOT. As well as a full tank of fuel, a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1965 Engine Size – 5.0 Mileage –24,957 Colour – Shadow Blue Interior – Blue/Cream In stock now is this stunning 1965 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT. First brought into the UK in 1987 the car has only had 4 owners since. Finished in Shadow Blue with blue leather, cream dashboard and doors the car has been lovingly cared for. The car has been restored including a full body bare metal respray and also a complete reupholstery, new headlinging, carpets, door panels, seatbelts, dashboard etc. New parts fitted include quarter panels, wheelarches, floor panels, doors, wings, front end, instrument cluster panel, front and rear lights, front grille, exhaust, brakes, wheels and tyres. We have a CD of photos which show the car going through this restoration, hundreds and hundreds of hours must have been spent on it, and in excess of £8,500 in parts and labour. A beautiful piece of classic American muscle.
Vehicle Description Year – 2012 Engine Size – 6.0 Mileage – 13,000 Colour – Granite Grey Interior – Saffron Hide This immaculate 2012 Bentley Continental GT Convertible has just been delivered and is one that needs to be seen to be appreciated. This impressive 6 litre, twin-turbocharged 12 cylinder engine gives the car a massive 567 BHP and a top speed of 195mph. The exterior design features 20″ Five Spoke Alloy Wheels (Painted), Bright Chrome Fittings to Windows/Doors, Bright Chromed Lower Bumber, Matrix Style Grille, Brightwork Strip to Side, Lockable Wheel Bolts. The In Car Tech comes with the Bentley GPS Tracking System Provision (as well as the standard alarm system), Cruise Control System, Rear View Camera (in addition to Park Distance Control Front & Rear), Speed Related Variable Steering Assist (Servotronic) Bluetooth Telephone System and Telephone Voice Control. Whilst the interior includes Heated Single Tone 3-Spoke, Hide Trimmed Steering Wheel, Power Windows One Shot Open, Anti Trap Close Comfort Operation, Steering Column Axially and Vertically adjustable with Memory System and Easy Exit function as well as Twin Front Armrests. As always the car comes with a years MOT,
Vehicle Description Year – Engine Size – Mileage – Colour – Interior – The first thing when you think about Porsche is the iconic 911. After the succession of the high anticipated Porsche 356, Porsche decided that they wanted to be created an everyday car, which saw the introduction of the Porsche 911. The 911 is a timeless car that has been revived over 55 years. The 911 is well known for its rear-engined layout which has redefined the shape and future for the 911 and Porsche to that matter. The 930 Turbo was the first production car that Porsche created a turbo on it. In Europe it was a 911 but across the pond, they saw it as a 930. The obvious differences are the wide wheels-arches, the larger rear spoiler which was also seen as a “whale tail” on the early car and “tea tray” on the later ones. This car has been the feature car on the cover of 911 & Porsche World, this has been dubbed ‘The Ultimate 930’. Having an obsession with the 930 as a child, the previous owner made it his mission to produce a 930 with the performance of a modern day GT2. To achieve this goal, the 930 had an engine transplant with a 993 Turbo as well as having the ECU remapped, which then gave the 930 the p
Vehicle Description Year – 1977 Engine Size – 2.7 Mileage – 166,000KM Colour – Graphite Gold Interior – Kork Leatherette The first thing when you think about Porsche is the iconic 911. After the succession of the high anticipated Porsche 356, Porsche decided that they wanted to be created an everyday car, which saw the introduction of the Porsche 911. The 911 is a timeless car that has been revived over 55 years. The 911 is well known for its rear-engined layout which has redefined the shape and future for the 911 and Porsche to that matter. Currently in stock we have this breath-taking Porsche 911 2.7. The car originally came from LA Porsche centre, then was flown over to the UK. The car was originally Platinum Metallic but once the car arrived in the UK, the owner chose the car to get a full restoration. For more information on the car, we have a full disk of the car going under the restoration. The car now is in immaculate condition and is now sitting in our showroom. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 2004 Engine Size – 4.5 Mileage – 64,081 Colour – Basalt Black Interior –Black With the Cayenne begin Porsches first ever 4×4, people thought that it would be a flop and wouldn’t have lasted. The First Porsche Cayenne was produced in 2002 The first model of Cayenne was powered by a 3.2-liter engine capable of producing a maximum power of 250 HP combined with a top speed of 133 mph and a 0 to 100 km/h done in 9.1 seconds. The Porsche Cayenne series was revived in 2007 when the German carmaker unveiled an upgraded and more powerful model incorporating numerous high-end technologies. New in stock we have this aggressive looking Porsche Cayenne that has been fitted and tuned by Techart. They have fitted an original Techart Magnum Full kit on which includes wider front and rear, carbon fibre items, etc. This car is extremely mean. It also has a Techart stainless steel exhaust as well as an engine chip which gives the car 500BHP and Brembo race brakes which are sitting on 22″ Techart Alloys. The interior features a Techart steering wheel and carbon interior. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1968 Engine Size – 1.6 Mileage – 25,273 Colour – Burgundy Interior – Black Due to the discontinuing of the Porsche 356, the 912 created a customer demand for Porsche in April 1965. Like a 911, but with four-cylinder rear engine. One of the main changes is that the gears were modified and throttled to 90BHP. The car itself has a 1.6 litre which give the car 90 BHP. The car itself was even used by the Dutch as a police car back in 1968 which can be portrayed as a safe and reliable car. Currently in stock we have this stunning Porsche 912 finished in Burgundy in Left Hand Drive (LHD). This car has been preserved from new and with only two owners, both have kept the car in fantastic condition. The car is originally from the United States of America where a German gentleman owned the car. However, the car made its way to England due to his death so the family sold it on. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 1993 Engine Size – 3.3 Mileage – 42,992 Colour – GP White Interior – Classic Grey The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6. The 964 Turbo saw an upgrade from a 3.3 to 3.6 litre. Production finished in February 1994 with the last of the X88 / Flatnose. 406 cars were produced for the North American market and 1001 for the rest of the world – worldwide total 1407. In stock now we have this immaculate full nut & bolt restoration Porsche 964 Turbo which has been subject to a no expense spared restoration by ourselves.In 2011 the car came into storage with us for one of our major collectors. On his behalf we carried out an extensive restoration to total concours condition, in the region of 500 hours labour, to make it the best in the world. The engine was rebuilt, as were the brakes, suspension etc, everything was stripped, powder coated or repla
Vehicle Description Year – 1991 Engine Size – 3.3 Mileage – 86,863 Colour – Marine Blue Interior – Blue The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6. The 964 Turbo saw an upgrade from a 3.3 to 3.6 litre. Production finished in February 1994 with the last of the X88 / Flatnose. 406 cars were produced for the North American market and 1001 for the rest of the world – worldwide total 1407. In stock now is this lovely Porsche 964 Turbo. The car was first registered in 1991 by the factory in Stuttgart for a UK Army Major living in Germany who ordered a RHD car for himself. Since new it has covered 86863 miles from new. Since then the car has been mainly in storage. Our workshops will give it a comprehensive re-commissioned before delivery. In 2004, around 12000 miles since, the clutch was replaced, in 2005 the engine rebuilt, by Tony Greatorex. A fine example of the 964 Turbo
Vehicle Description Year – 1992 Engine Size – 3.6 Mileage – 43,594 Colour – GP White Interior – Black Leatherette with Black/Dark Grey/Pearl Grey/Light Greay Leather Seats The Porsche 964 was first available in 1989 and was designed by Benjamin Dimson. The 964 being called “Carrera 4” meaning all-wheel drive then the “Carrera 2” coming out in 1990 meaning rear wheel drive. (Porsche have never created a front wheel drive). The 964 can be bought as a coupe, Targa or cabriolet. The engine Inside a 964 was a 3.3 litre M64/03 flat 6. The 964 Lightweight was based on the Porsche 911 ‘Carrera cup’ but with an output power of 260BHP and lightweight flywheel coupled to the G50/10 transmission with closer ratios, asymmetrical Limited Slip Differential and steel synchromesh; it also had a track-oriented suspension system with 40mm (1.6 in) lower ride height, stiffer springs, shocks and adjustable stabilizer bars without power steering. Few names stir the emotions of driving enthusiasts in the same way as the Porsche Carrera RS. There are fewer still to which the description ‘legend’ can be justifiably applied. Yet this is exactly how the press acclaimed the re-introduction of the Carrera RS.
Vehicle Description Year – 2004 Engine Size – 3.2 Mileage – 40,100 Colour – Basalt Black Interior – Black Porsche created the Boxster due to their financial problems as they need a successful car, thus the Boxster was created in 1997. Due to it being an instant hit, the press and public loved the Boxster and it pretty much saved Porsche as a company. People loved the Boxster because it was affordable at £40,000 on first release. Compared to other competitors (BMW Z4, Mercedes SLK), people preferred the Porsche due to its high style and low prices. In stock now is this stunning 986 Boxster S. The car is in immaculate condition and has very low millage and full service history considering on the age of such a remarkable car. This car itself features the larger engine and a glass rear window rather than the plastic one that featured on the earlier models. Extras Include- • C16 – UK Country Code • X97 – Gear lever knob with aluminium inlay • X98 – Handbrake lever with aluminium inlay • 030 – Sports chassis -10mm • 197 – Stronger battery • 237 – Internal production code related to tyres • 288 – Headlamp washer • 411 – 18″ 996.2 Carrera wheels • 441 – Radio preparation • 446 – Wheel caps
Vehicle Description Year – 1992 Engine Size – 5.4 Mileage – 15,000 Colour – Amazon Green Interior – Classic Grey With declining sale from the Porsche 911, Porsche decided that they were going to discontinue the 911 and would replace by the Porsche 928. This new car came with a new liquid-cooled, front-engine car was designed to address the shortcomings of the air-cooled rear-engine 911. One of the reasons for the front-engine/rear-drive design was to allow room for required catalysts and mufflers. It was subsequently decided that the two cars would be sold side by side. The most iconic feature on the 928 is the headlights. The headlights could be popped up to show a bullet shaped “snail-eyes”. The car was a huge success as the 928 was voted European car of the year in 1978 and is the only sports car to have won this. Between 1992-1995, the 928 GTS (Grand Turismo Sport) was created with a 5.4 Litre and 345BHP. The changes compared to the 928 was that the bodywork was updated with flared rear fenders. It also came with a stronger manual gearbox with differential driven oil pump and front mounted oil cooler. It was also becoming available in North America in 1992. The car was manufact
Vehicle Description Year- 2015 Engine Size – 4.6-litre V8 engine and two electric motors Mileage – 2,900 Colour – Basalt Interior –Black The Porsche 918 has changed the future for hybrid power at Porsche forever. With a 4.6 litre V8 and 2 electric motors on the front and rear axle, the car can hit tops speeds of 211 MPH as this can be shown with record breaking lap around the Nürburgring in 6:57. First produced in 18th September 2013, Porsche produced 918 of the cars which were all Spyder’s. However, there were two different types of 918’s, the Spyder and the Weissach package. The difference between the two is that the Weissach is reduced weight, helping to lower the 918 Spyder’s curb mass from 3,715 pounds to 3,616 pounds. Specific measures include the addition of magnesium wheels, a lighter brake design, ceramic wheel bearings, and titanium bolts for the chassis. New into stock we have this outstanding Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach package. Both the interior and exterior The Weissach Package is a weight reducing package that shaves off 90 pounds to bring the total weight of the supercar to 3,602 pounds. This makes it 0.1 seconds faster from 0-60 mph, even quicker than the Ferrari L
Vehicle Description Year – 2002 Engine Size – 8.4 Mileage – 30,000 Colour – Viper Racing Yellow Interior – Black The dodge viper will always be an iconic American power car due to its extravagant colours and there extremely big engines. The Viper was first produced in 1992 and has recently just stopped production in 2017. In 2000, the Dodge Viper updated to lighter hypereutectic pistons and factory frame improvements. While the hypereutectic pistons provided less expansion, the forged pistons are preferred for the supercharging and turbo aftermarkets. TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) recalls (998 and 999) were done at local dealerships to repair the 1996 to 1999 Viper frames by adding gussets with rivets near the steering box. 2001 saw the addition of ABS. Currently in stock we have this incredible Supercharged Dodge Viper RT-10 finished in Viper Racing Yellow. The car itself is especially well know within the Viper community due to it’s £70,000 upgrades on its. These extras include the supercharger meaning it is able to do 750 BHP. As always this car comes with our 12 months warranty, tax, mot as well as a car cover and optimate.
Vehicle Description Year – 2010 Engine Size – 5.2 V10 Mileage – 35,000 Colour – Metallic Black Interior – Black The Audi R8 V10 Spyder was officially unveiled in 2009 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. As you can see from the pictures, the Spyder comes with a soft-top roof and the “sideblades” were removed from the design of the convertibles. Compared with the coupé model, the convertible had extra chassis support, a pair of roll-over safety bars, as well as minor changes such as the location of the fuel filler. The V10 engine produces an astounding 525 hp and launches the open-top from 0-62 in 4.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 194mph, narrowly missing out on the 200 mark. This Spyder was first registered by Stoke Audi in 2010 and has only covered 35,000 miles from new. extras include- •Decorative inserts •Park distance control, front and rear with rear view camera •10-cylinder gasoline engine 5.2 l Unit 07L.Y (ALU) •LED headlights •Leather trimmed multi-function sports steering wheel w/ Tiptronic •Multi-function display/on-board computerwith check control •10-cyl. gasoline eng. 5.2 L/386 kW (40V)V10 FSI Base engine is TU7 •Navigation system with color screen •Reinforced bumpers •
Vehicle Description Year – 1969 Engine Size – 6.2 Mileage – 22,000 Colour – Regal Red Interior – Beige In stock now is this gorgeous Rolls Royce Mulliner Park Ward 2 Door Coupe in Regal Red with beige leather. First registered in June 1969 the car has had just 5 owners since and has covered just 22000 miles.