Chassis no: WPOZZZ98ZGK188908 Engine no: 004796 Mileage: 3,100 miles ‘That steely precision and control so characteristic of Preuninger-era Porsche puts it way above any previous Cayman, but the way it feels alive and entertaining at all times means it gives you more, more of the time. It can’t live with the GT3 RS or 675LT for sheer pace, but it’s this greater accessibility and generosity that means it just nicks it for me.’ Dickie Meaden. Adam Towler is no less forthcoming: ‘Every so often, a car comes along that feels intrinsically right. The GT4 is one such car. It’s inspiring to drive – that much is obvious in the first 250 metres.’ Stuart Gallagher sums it up: ‘Me? I think it’s simply brilliant. It gave me the best drive of the year, of the last decade and possibly of my life. No, really, it’s that good. No matter who stepped out of the GT4, the opinion was the same: Porsche has created a masterpiece.’ Private registration is available by separate negotiation.
A stunning GT in a rare colour combination that has been beautifully restored. Chassis no. AR1261462 Manufactured on 31st May 1971 and sold new on 8th March 1972 in Lovere, Bergamo, Italy. A complete body and mechanical restoration has just been completed, retaining originality where possible and the car is now immaculate. Full and detailed documentary evidence of the restoration comes with the car. Finished in its original and striking colour scheme of bluette with amaranth skai interior. Currently fitted with a newly rebuilt and period correct 1600 GT engine to improve performance. The original 1300 GT engine can be supplied with the car to retain its originality. Available to view with Trofeo Cars. Currently French registered, but can be supplied UK registered depending on the buyer’s preference. £29,995
1 of 1,014 produced of the last air-cooled lightweight RS Porsches. This RS is was ordered new in Germany (C00) with air-conditioning, electric windows and the small spoiler option. It has covered approximately 62,000 miles and has a full history file including the original Fahrzeugbrief. Factory specification: Factory options:
Chassis no. B128 KT The Derby Bentleys were introduced with the advertising slogan, ‘the silent sports car’ and soon delivered on this promise with spirited drives from Eddie Hall in his three Tourist Trophy races of 1934–36 and in 1950 at Le Mans, and Solton Hay’s entry into three consecutive Le Mans races. However, it was not only performance that provided the appeal of this car; it was the combination of refined silence, speed and reliability that signalled a new era of motoring. This refined vintage Bentley is one of two saloon coupes ever built with this style of special order Vanden Plas coachwork (design number 1383). B11HM is the only other can with a similar design. This style is considered to be particularly elegant due to its pleasing lines and attractive coachwork, with this example finished in cherry red over black with cranberry-piped Oyster leather, West of England cloth headlining and silver-inlaid wood veneer. Chassis B128KT was supplied new to Messrs Hoffmann & Huppert. As a stylish and refined two-door couple, the sleek lines undoubtedly appealed to Max Hoffman, who was later instrumental in the development of the Mercedes 300SL ‘Gullwing’ and BMW 507. The factor