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Arguably the most beautiful automobile ever built. A highly desirable, fully original Series II E-Type. This fixed-head coupe feels, looks, sounds and smells exactly how the ultimate E-Type should. At 11,000 original miles, this Regency Red example is not short of a time-warp to 1969. For pricing ...

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 ...

The Maserati Indy, penned by Giovanni Michelotti as a substitute for the ageing Sebring, was a four-seater alternative to the marque’s signature sportscar without indulging in the weight and handling sacrifices of the Quattroporte. This particular car is a 4.7-litre variant, one of 364 units built. ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Departing from Bentley tradition, the 1990’s Continental R series kickstarted a limited production of non-coachbuilt, unibody coupés. Towards the middle of the decade, the new ‘T’ model was further equipped with extra horsepower, a shorter wheelbase and reduced weight for a more sporting driving ...

The 1980s was a decade stuffed to the gunwales with iconic cars in film and television. From Magnum PI’s Ferrari 308 to Michael Knight’s talking Trans-Am, every week we thrilled to the celluloid adventures of these four wheeled wonders. But none can hold a candle to the greatest ‘80s film car ...

The 512 TR was the last truly desirable Testarossa Ferrari in the eyes of most enthusiasts. The smoothness of the boxer 12 cylinder engine, combined with the seemingly endless supply of power, low centre of gravity and symphonic exhaust notes all resulted in a true driver’s car, and a very desirable ...

The XR750TT represents the last of the drum-braked competition motorcycles. With its aerodynamic fibreglass shell, slick tyres and lightweight frame, this XRTT represents a fine era of motorcycle racing and pedigree. For pricing and information, please visit our website.

In the early 1960’s, Nissan sought to replace their open-top Sports/Fairlady model with a modern, sleek sportscar keeping up with the times. The Nissan Silvia, of obvious Italian inspiration and styled by Count Albrecht Goertz, was meant to be the brand’s flagship, yet it proved too expensive to ...

Owning a road going Ferrari is enormously good fortune – but to own a Ferrari F1 car can only be the highest of privileges, bestowed upon a chosen few. This 1983 Ferrari 126 C3-068 is a particularly rare example. Decoded, that incongruous line of numbers and letters means: Chassis #68 (of four ...

How do you exceed the ultimate? How do you improve on the fastest car ever made? Bugatti’s epic, Biblically-fast Veyron was a moonshot to compare with the likes of Concorde and climbing Everest. For its sequel, the French company was faced with an incredible uphill task. Luckily, the men and women ...

In one corner you have the builder of the rarest, fastest cars of the 1990s – one that is still amongst the most valuable ever made. In the other, you have the firm that virtually invented the modern automobile, as well as the safety standards that protect us every time we drive. And of course, the ...

An improvement over the 675LT, the 688 HS boasts 679 hp from a twin-turbo M838TL V8, and P-1 inspired carbon fibre body panels. A production run of 25 units, in addition to bespoke finishes by MSO (McLaren Special Operations), ensures the exclusivity of the brand’s limited-series supercar. Tomini ...

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