Formula One replica Baby Dolls show car.
Chassis number 37, Ex Ulf Norrinder, restored to original livery with fresh David Whitehurst engine, Detailed raced history, FIA papers available, eligible world wide for many series, an important formula 5000.
Introduced in 1996 the 550 Maranello is a true Pininfarina styled front-engined V12 Ferrari - raw power and performance. The Ferrari 550 is the descendant of the 275 GTS, and the 275 NART, 365 California and Daytona. The V12 dual overhead camshaft engine produces 485 horsepower, the car is comfortable and secure on the road at 300 kph; It sucks the doors off most of its competitors, and does it with style, grace and panache. The 550 Maranello was considered by Ferrari a suitable car to represent the Factory at the Le Mans Twenty-Four Hours and in international GT racing.
Ex factory team Alfa Romeo 179 / 3.0 litre F1 Ex Giacomelli. complete with large spares package and documentation and fully operational.
1969 Alfa Romeo GTA 1300 Junior. LHD. Chassis number 776068. Wide body conversion. 1750 motor with twin plug head. Original 1300 short block motor included. Full steel roll cage. Two sets of mag alloy 13 X 9 wheels. Automobile Club d'Italia homologation papers. Fantastic performance. Suitable for various racing series and hillclimbs. Beautiful condition in every respect. .
1960 Lotus 18 Formula Junior Chassis no.728 Ford Cosworth engine, Renault gearbox. 2yrs on fuel tank in lovely order and on the Stuffed Toys button with F.I.A. Papers £
1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Coupe Chassis no.21441 UK road reg.RHD converted to a race car around 1997 and twice winner of the Pirelli Maranello Ferrari Challenge, the FOC Hillclimb Championship, the Mario Andretti Cup, the Sir Anthony Bamford Cup, The Targa Stradale Cup, plus many class wins in 2008 Oulton Park Pirelli Classic 3.rd , Mallory Park Sports GT 1 st. Spa Francorchamps Classic 3rd. In 2009 it was campaigned by Paul Unsworth in 2009 in the Pirelli Ferrari Formula Classic and the Classic Sports Car Club Future Classic and features in Classic and Sports Car article Horses and Courses Feb. 2010 issue. SPECIFICATION: ENGINE 3 litre v8 dry sump, 4 Webber carbs high com pistons Ansa exhaust larger radiator cambelts August 2009 plus headgaskets replaced by Damax Eng. cost £3,832
1966 Lancia Flavia 1.8 Coupe LHD 4 Speed Manual Finished in Royal Blue with light beige interior and blue carpets Bare metal body and mechanical restoration with invoices to a high standard in France. French registered and in beautiful unmarked condition bodily and interior with excellent smooth quiet mechanics with only 53000 Kms recorded. Rare to find such a lovely example which brings to mind a Ferrari 250 GTE in the styling and at a much more affordable £22,950
1988 Maserati Bi Turbo SI Coupe Manual 5 Speed LHD Finished in Maserati Rosso with Soft Grey Metallizzato lower sides and a Beige Leather and Alcantara interior trim with Briar Wood dash and cappings. Fitted with Air Conditioning and 7J Alloy wheels. This unique example was supplied new to a Swiss Maserati Main Dealer , but was never registered and remained part of the dealers private collection until 2015 when a German collector acquired the car. The cars condition can only be described as virtually as new having been Waxoyled from new and has never been driven on public roads, the interior still has some of the original plastic covers. The recorded mileage is only 1,100 Kilometres (one thousand one hundred) and comes with the original sales brochures, handbooks, service book and all tools including the torch. Tax paid in the EU. A unique opportunity to acquire what is probably the lowest mileage Maserati Bi Turbo SI Coupe in the world £49,950
2002 Ferrari 456 M GT RHD Finished in Argento Nurburgring Metallic with Beige Hide interior and matching headlining Deep Red carpets, Wing shields and Red Calipers. This is one of only 33 Manual Right Hand Drive examples built and was supplied new by Maranello Concessionaires at Egham and registered to Mr. Eric Clapton , since then it has had just one further keeper having covered only 23,000 from new with F.S.H. with main dealer Maranello and Ferrari Specialists. The car has the benefit of a 4 Piece set of Factory supplied Schedoni fitted luggage and is complete with all handbooks ,service books and pouch plus all tools in original leather cases plus a Factory fitted car cover , seat covers and wheel cover. It has had a recent cambelt service and been fitted with a new set of Bridgestone tyres and the condition inside and out can only be described as pristine.£119,500
1973 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Touring LHD Guards Red with black trim Chassis 911 360 1316 and currently UK Registered. This is one of only 500 cars built and is in exceptional condition throughout. As with many of these cars which were used in competition in period this example has had a replacement body shell and the engine and the gearbox which is a Porsche Factory exchange item have been replaced. There is a large history file with the car which includes full FIA Papers , Porsche original factory build sheet, invoices from well known German and UK Porsche Specialists , multiple photographs of the car and engine , MOT test certificates, copies of previous German registration documents etc. Included in the file are 2 recent detailed reports by noted UK Porsche Specialists re the cars history and provenance. The car has recently competed in the Tour Auto and is eligible for all the best events such as the Le Mans Classic etc. This is a rare opportunity to purchase one of these fabulous cars that can be used for competition or fast road use at a very attractive price. £295,000
1964 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe finished in Primrose Yellow with a black hide interior and carpets and fitted with all round Sundym glass, chrome wires and the original Motorola radio. This UK supplied RHD example had one airline pilot owner from May 1964 to October 1968 having covered just 15,300 miles before passing to the second owner who ran the car till 1976 the mileage then being just under 48,000 and was laid up until 1981 when a restoration to concours standards began which was completed in 1988. On its debut at the 1988 Benson & Hedges Concours it took the Newcomers Class then went on to take the 1989 Jaguar Drivers Club Supreme E-Type Award the 1991 Autoglym Jaguar Concours 2nd prize(with its third owner) and last but not least Car of the Show at the 1992 Classic Car Roadshow.It was then aquired by a private collector and has formed part of a large collection for the past 20 years. The car comes with a documented history , magazine features, concours trophies, MOT file and invoices, original buff log book and Jaguar Heritage certificate plus handbook and tools.The overall condition is outstanding and is one of the finest examples we have seen. £169,950