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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 ...

In the late 1960’s, changing market priorities put pressure on Porsche AG to develop a new production model. As fears of a US rear-engined car ban lingered in the air, Porsche executives agreed on the future of the marque being a front-engined, water-cooled V8 four-seater GT. The culmination of these ...

The 308 GTB formed the basis for the later 288 GTO. The 308GTB offered here has lighter fibreglass (vetroresina) bodywork of the very first cars produced, which are the most sought after by enthusiasts today. For pricing and information, please visit our website.

The Daytona’s next of kin, the GTC/4 was a refined long-distance 2+2 cruiser. The 365’s 335 horsepower output adds classic Ferrari thrill to classic Ferrari luxury. This example has been well restored in the United Kingdom, and is originally a US delivery example. For pricing and information, ...

The first generation 911 was a vast improvement over its predecessor, the 356. There were not only significant changes in the styling, but the more powerful motor and vastly improved suspension meant that the 911 was a true thoroughbred, ideal for road and racing use. This example is one of the first ...

Claiming low mileage and fastidious care, this minimally used 16M was finished in rosso corsa with a tri-colored Italian racing stripe down the hood, and optioned with red-painted brake calipers and special stitching. Standard equipment included carbon ceramic disc brakes, power windows, a free-flow ...

In celebration of their Formula 1 relationship, Mercedes-Benz of Germany and McLaren of the United Kingdom came together to create the ultimate supercar grand tourer. The result was the SLR McLaren, a supercharged tribute car to the Silver Arrows racer of the 1950s. This immaculate, fully original ...

The crowning achievement of a 20-year dynasty, the 560SL represents a pinnacle of refinement in the W107 series. While this engine/chassis combination draws its roots in the 500SLC rally cars, the 560SL is equipped with many luxurious amenities comparable with the brand’s flagship sedans of the time. This ...

Around the turn of the millennium, Ferrari created the replacement of the 355; the 360 Modena. The 360 filled the 355’s shoes nicely. This example is the second rarest 360 variant (after the Challenge Stradale), as only 2,119 were built for the global market. For pricing and information, please ...

The V-12 Vanquish debuted in the 2002 James Bond 007 film Die Another Day. Between 2004-2007 only 1086 Vanquish S’ were built. Increased horsepower, overall performance and slight styling revisions separated the S from the standard Vanquish. This US-specification, finished in a traditional Aston-Martin ...

The 456 was a return for Ferrari -after a 4-year absence- to the world of 4-seater grand tourers. Its predecessor, the 400, was an outdated car, still recovering from the 1970’s. The 456 was a quintessentially 1990’s Pininfarina design. This clean example has a 6-speed manual transmission and ...

The 550 Maranello was Ferrari’s first two-seater front-engined V12 car since the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The return of this format was welcomed with open-arms by Ferraristas the world over and today these cars are becoming highly sought after. This particular 550 Maranello gathers all the ingredients ...

The Lamborghini Jarama, named after the bull breeding area of the Jarama Valley in Spain, was born as a replacement for the Islero to meet USA standards. A baby Espada of sorts, the Jarama was also penned by famed designer Marcelo Gandini and powered by the brand’s signature 350hp V12. This restored ...

At the time of tis release, the 997 GT2 RS was the most powerful road-going Porsche in history with 620 horsepower. This GCC specification two owner example has been fastidiously maintained, and has benefitted from a recent service in December 2019, in addition to a complete paint protection film having ...

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