Ultima GTR 5.7 American Speed Small Block Chevrolet V8 5 Speed Manual registered November 2014 finished in Black, HiSpec Brake Package, Carbon Fibre Wing, Air Conditioning and Integral Heater, 18 Inch Image Wheels, Electric Door Mirrors, Holley Street Avenger Carburettor with New Float Bowl Gasket, Metering Block Gasket and Base Gasket from Holley, MSD Ignition System, G50 Gearbox, Twin Fuel Tanks, GRB Race Seats with Slide Adjust, Willans Four Point Harnesses, Black Leather Sparco Quick Release Steering Wheel with Yellow Stitching, Twin Servo Brakes, LED Tail Lights, IVA Certificate, Push Button Start, Thatcham 2 Immobiliser, New Spark Plugs, Total Realignment and Geometry with Full Rolling Road Tune up done recently. Finance available on request - subject to status and terms. Fully Valeted; UK Wide Delivery Available; Part Exchange Welcome. See our Youtube channel or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
The Gallardo was manufactured by Lamborghini from 2003 to 2013 and is their best-selling model with 14,022 being built throughout its lifetime with the last Gallardo rolled off of the production line in November 2013. The first generation Gallardo came with a 4961cc, V10 engine and offered two choices of transmission, a conventional six-speed manual transmission and an advanced six-speed electro-hydraulically controlled, semi-automatic, which Lamborghini abbreviates to 'E-Gear' although the purist will generally prefer the manual option. Interestingly yellow Gallardo's have been 'temporary' police cars for the Metropolitan Police in London, one in 2005 and one in 2006 for specific publicity events. The 2006 vehicle was seen at the start of the Gumball Rally. Both vehicles were loaned by Lamborghini London and were fitted with yellow and blue 'Battenberg' markings, police logos and a small blue light-bar. This striking example, presented in black with a black leather interior, has recently undergone a period of re-commissioning by Ferrari and Lamborghini specialist, Karl Verdi, in London. This includes a reconditioned starter motor, a full service and a new MoT test certificate. The
The Shelby Daytona Coupé (also referred to as the Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupé) is a sports-coupé related to the AC Cobra roadster, loosely based on its chassis and drive-train. It was built for racing, specifically to take on Ferrari and its 250GTO in the GT class. There were only six original Coupés ever made. Those cars captured the 1965 FIA World Championship for America in the last years before mega-money took American road racing from its roots and from the average guy. Despite the fact that the design never entered production, those six cars, hand-built upon 289 AC chassis, are some of the most valuable collectorS cars on the planet. Each of the original six Daytona Coupés is valued at more than $8 million. Supplied by Factory Five in Canada, this Shelby Daytona Coupé has been built to a superb standard and we are advised by the very knowledgeable vendor that she is faultless. The striking red coachwork is unmarked and the cabin area, with its array of switches and buttons and trimmed in aluminium, is a gentle reminder as to the sporting influence of this magnificent car. The 302c.i. engine has been Dynamometer tested at a remarkable 530bhp, this car is not for the faint heart
TheAtom is a road legal high performance sports car made by the Ariel Motor Company based in Somerset and features a prominently visible chassis (an exoskeleton, no roof or windows,) with a drag coefficient of 0.40. The Atom began as a student project by Coventry University transport design student, Niki Smart. It was developed at the university in 1996 with input and funding from various automotive industry members, including British Steel and TWR. Ariel Motor Company boss Simon Saunders was a senior lecturer whose responsibility for the project was primarily as financial manager and design critic for Smart, whom he described as 'The best all-round design student I've ever seen'. The car was first shown publicly at the British International Motor Show in Birmingham in October 1996. This Ariel Atom was originally registered on 8 th June 2004 and is powered by a 1998cc 160bhp power unit. The gearbox is a six-speed manual transmission, and braking system is via disc brakes all-round with the fronts being ventilated. It's all business inside the cockpit with integrated race seats, a quick release steering wheel and stainless steel gear knob. Straightforward instruments monitor speed a