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By the mid-1980’s, it was becoming clear that the beloved R107 series was in need of a replacement. The 1970’s steel-and-chrome styling was replaced with an innovative, angular design featuring multiple suspension, steering and drivetrain improvements, along a myriad of creature comforts. The result was the R129 series, ...

4,640
United Arab Emirates

By the mid-1980’s, it was becoming clear that the beloved R107 series was in need of a replacement. The 1970’s steel-and-chrome styling was replaced with an innovative, angular design featuring multiple suspension, steering and drivetrain improvements, along a myriad of creature comforts. The result was the R129 series, ...

5,700
United Arab Emirates

Power. A five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. At the correct rpm, and with the aid of its single turbo, this Porsche is spitting out approximately 256 horsepower. In a rear-wheel drive, rear engine car weighing in at just around 1,300 kilograms, that is quite a punch. Launched by Porsche in late 1975 ...

United Arab Emirates

What more can be said about the legendary, groundbreaking Jaguar E-Type? The car that dropped jaws across the planet at its reveal at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961, a car that caused no less than Enzo Ferrari himself to declare it the “most beautiful car ever made”, the car that made ample use of low weight and high ...

6,720
United Arab Emirates

In a world of hypercars competing for the most expensive price tag, the quickest 0-60 numbers, the highest top speed or the lowest drag coefficient, a brand stands out from the rest in its vision of the automobile as an art form: Pagani. Born out of the imagination of its creator, Argentinian craftsman Horacio Pagani, ...

910
United Arab Emirates

As V8’s were making their way on the brand’s saloon range due to demand overseas, the successors of the famed ‘Pagoda’ SL’s were outfitted with some of the newer 3.5 and 4.5-litre powerplants. Built on Mercedes’ tradition of engineering excellence, these motors soon proved to be robust, torquey and reliable, ...

7,350
United Arab Emirates

A true heir of the legendary McLaren F1 (1992-1998), the McLaren Speedtail is the brand’s new attempt at bettering their signature flagship, drawing on the proven formula of hand-built craftsmanship, high-tech materials, and aerodynamic design. In the line of the Porsche 918 Spyder or the LaFerrari, the Speedtail ...

United Arab Emirates

Two door 1977 Australia model in "Sahara Dust" paint. I purchased the car a few years ago for use here in Dubai where I had specifically been looking for an Australian/SA model due to their rust free nature. The BMC Heritage Certificate says it was despatched to the Leyland dealer in Melbourne in February 1977. The car ...

68,000
United Arab Emirates
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Power: a five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. Inspired by Porsche’s 935 race car and pushed by Saudi-Syrian entrepreneur Mansour Ojjeh, CEO of TAG Heuer, the Slantnose or ‘Flachbau’ 930 featured a punchy 300hp engine and the 935’s distinct front end, with additional performance options able to ...

19,000
United Arab Emirates

BMW’s fresh take on the iconic 507, powered by a 5-litre, 400-horsepower M5 engine. Pioneered at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show, this hand-built aluminum car initially disappointed in sales numbers, yet it skyrocketed in price as soon as production ended in 2003. A 375hp automatic version was made by Alpina, focused on long ...

8,200
United Arab Emirates

What more can be said about the legendary, groundbreaking Jaguar E-Type? The car that dropped jaws across the planet at its reveal at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961, a car that caused no less than Enzo Ferrari himself to declare it the “most beautiful car ever made”, the car that made ample use of low weight and high ...

11,000
United Arab Emirates

Officially, it was the 365 GTB/4. But after it managed a clean 1-2-3 sweep at Daytona beach in 1967, this drop-dead gorgeous grand tourer has been only been called by one name since. Another Pininfarina masterpiece, the Daytona was styled by Leonardo Fioravanti – a man whose CV stretches from the 246GT to the world-conquerering ...

United Arab Emirates

In 2009, Aston Martin decided to revive the Lagonda brand to venture into different segments than their usual 2-door sport models. Harking back to 1906 as an ultra-luxury brand, Lagonda was acquired in 1947 by David Brown, who also bought Aston Martin. From 1976, Aston Martin used the Lagonda name to market a technologically ...

91
United Arab Emirates

With timeless styling and proven mechanical heritage dating back to the 1950’s, this twin-turbo wonder was to become the brand’s flagship vehicle for over a decade. A 0 to 60 time of under 6 seconds, paired to the plush interior and quiet ride, made the 2.5-tonne Arnage one of the most surprising Q-cars of its time. ...

10,600
United Arab Emirates

Virtually a carbon copy of the concept that stunned crowds at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the gorgeous Alfa Romeo 4C is the mid-engined exotic sports car that proved Alfa Romeo still knows how to make a brilliant, emotional driving experience. But this is no retro throwback. Don’t look for hooded dials or a manual ...

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United Arab Emirates
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