Car & Classic Dealer

Simon Furlonger Specialist Sports Cars Ltd

Ashford, Kent

Simon Furlonger Specialist Sports Cars Ltd

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  • mposing 2005 black/black Porsche Cayenne 3.2S Tiptronic with monster TechArt wide-body kit and massive 22'' alloys. Finished in Satin Metallic Black and black leather interior. Huge list of extras including heated electric seats, heated steering wheel and heated electric retractable mirrors. Supplied new on 19/07/2005 via Porsche Centre Leeds to its first keeper, the car was regularly maintained by Porsche main dealers until 2012 then the second owner used Porsche Specialists. Stadt Technik meticulously ...

    102,000
    Kent
  • This Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster was first delivered to the UK market in November 1961 via Weybridge Automobiles, first registered to the Relay Exchanges LTD of Swindon, owned by the late Diana Dors father (now defunct). The E-Type was optioned in Opalescent Dark Blue over Grey trim and delivered with the registration ‘736 WPC’, the same registration it still retains to the present day. After being purchased by Mr G. D. Kenyon of Andover, like many E Types, the car underwent a ‘metal ...

    66,000
    Kent
  • Now available is this incredibly rare Lamborghini Gallardo 50th Anniversary, finished in Bianco Opalis over Nero Alcantara interior. The Lamborghini Gallardo is one of the most recognisable modern Italian supercars, first released in 2002 and produced until 2014. The Gallardo is Lamborghini’s most celebrated model given its huge success in being their most sold car. To this day, the earliest examples to hit the roads are still admired and respected by enthusiasts worldwide given the cars unique ...

    14,400
    Kent
  • Succeeding the extremely popular 360 Modena, the Ferrari F430 took the world by storm upon its release in 2004. The car maintained a similar profile to that of its predecessor but now featured a bolder, more muscular design to improve aerodynamics. Continuing its tradition in naming the car based on its engine displacement, the car now featured a new 4.3 litre V8 which produced 493 horsepower. Coupled with a revised version of Ferrari’s superb single clutch paddle operated gearbox, the F430 could ...

    10,075
    Kent
  • The sixties were a prominent era within U.S. history, dominated by the trials and tribulations of the Vietnam war, assassination of John F Kennedy, Cuban Missile Crisis others too abundant to mention. However, alongside these discouraging events came some memorable triumphs within the automotive industry, specifically that of Ford Motor Co. In 1966 their underdog GT40 (carefully developed under the supervision of Caroll Shelby and with the help of racing driver Ken Miles) achieved 1st, 2nd and 3rd ...

    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this exquisite example of a Concours winning Ferrari Testarossa, wearing its original specification of Rosso Corsa over Crema with Rosso carpets. A very well presented, scrupulously maintained example which has covered just 30,482 miles from new. Supplied new via Nigel Mansell in May 1991, this car is 1 of 438 UK supplied right hand drive examples. The Testarossa is accompanied by a well documented service history including numerous invoices, receipts, MOT certificates, ...

    30,400
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this cherished example of a Ferrari 328 GTS, wearing its original specification of Rosso Corsa over Crema with Rosso carpets. A very well presented, scrupulously maintained example which has covered just 40,354 miles from new, benefitting from the care of Furlonger workshops since being supplied to its current custodian in 2012. Supplied new via Maranello Concessionaires in January 1988, this car is 1 of 542 UK supplied right hand drive examples. The 328 GTS is ...

    40,354
    Kent
  • Furlonger have recently acquired this awesome Ferrari 430 Scuderia finished in the iconic Rosso Scuderia over Nero with Rosso Stitching. After the launch of their first formidable lightweight V8, the 360 Challenge Stradale in the early 2000’s, Ferrari was of course determined to produce another hard-core V8 lightweight, but this time for the F430. Dubbed the ‘Scuderia’ meaning ‘Stable’, paying homage to Ferraris prancing horse as well motor racing terms, its announcement in 2007 took ...

    21,000
    Kent
  • After the ground-breaking Lamborghini Miura stunned crowds at the 1965 Geneva Motor Show with its mid-mounted transverse V-12, it was hard to imagine how designer Marcello Gandini might surpass it. But, in 1971, he did it again with the outrageous LP 400 Countach. It predicated the angular style typical of the 1980s, ten years in advance. The four-liter V-12 generated 375 horsepower, enough to push the car to 180 mph. Upwards-hinging “scissor doors” proved a magnetic attraction. The Countach ...

    22,000
    Kent
  • The Lamborghini Miura was the dawn of the supercar as we know it today; a vehicle that in the late 60s so radically changed car design its influence can still be seen in supercars of the current era. The concept is believed to be the brainchild of seven young engineers at Sant'Agata, with the design credit going to Marcello Gandini at Bertone, who was just 27 at the time. Revolutionary design features such as the transversely mounted engine in the middle of the vehicle, doors resembling the silhouette ...

    23,950
    Kent
  • Furlonger have recently acquired this exquisite Bugatti Veyron, wearing the ultimately collectible colour combination of Blue Black Metallic with Blue Metallic over Blue Leather and Alcantara. Originally destined for Belgium, Veyron #078 was PDI’d on 14/03/07 at Bugatti Automobiles SAS. The car was part of a well known collection and used sparingly before being purchased by its first UK owner in 2009 with a mere 550km. By 2012 the car had covered just 871km and was then repurchased by the ...

    1,478
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this excellently presented BMW Z8, finished in Titanium Silver over Black leather interior. With a mere 11,486 miles from new, this extraordinarily low mileage example is in superb condition throughout, fit for the finest of collections. Complete with original leather book pack, stamped service handbook, hard top roof, tonneau cover and both original keys. The BMW Z8 has become increasingly popular and collectible in recent years, with very few ‘collector ...

    11,468
    Kent
  • 250 GT/L or ‘Lusso’ #4971 was delivered via Ferrari of Modena to its first keeper Ms Anna Maria Molina, a 25-year-old resident of Varese. Originally finished in Grigio Argento with Nero Pella hide and Grigio carpets, this Lusso was 1 of just 350 examples to leave the gates of Maranello. Maintained by Ferrari's Assistenza Clienti in Modena for the next several years, Ms Molina subsequently sold the Lusso on to noted Ferrari dealer, historian, and author Rob De La Rive Box in Seon, Switzerland. He ...

    Kent
  • Now available is this Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, finished in Rosso Corsa with Nero leather interior. The 612 Scaglietti is the result of an avant-garde design that continues the great Ferrari 2+2 tradition in fabulous style. Penned by Pininfarina, the 612 Scaglietti is named in honour of Sergio Scaglietti, the legendary Modenese stylist and coachbuilder responsible for bodying some of the most beautiful Ferraris of the 1950s and 60s. Masterfully styled by Pininfarina, its good looks are as innovative ...

    23,000
    Kent
  • Furlonger have recently acquired this superb Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, finished in Rosso Scuderia with Nero leather seats, Nero harnesses and Grigio lorica. The Challenge Stradale (or in Italian 'Challenge Street') was the first of its kind within the range of lightweights Ferrari have produced. Unlike the V8 Challenge cars which were designed for racing or track use unless specified otherwise, the Stradale was the first lightweight V8 with both road and track capability, hence the name ...

    13,167
    Kent
  • The Lamborghini Countach is one of the most distinctive super-cars ever built. Designed and conceptualized by Bertone, adopting a sharply angled ‘’wedge’’ styling, this became increasingly popular as more versions were built between 1974 and 1990. Built to celebrate the company’s twenty-fifth anniversary in 1988, the car had a very similar mechanical setup to that of the 5000QV but featured some considerable changes to its body, carried out by Horacio Pagani. As the last Countach ever ...

    7,860
    Kent
  • The Maserati Khamsin is a rather unusual yet admirable grand tourer that was produced from 1974 until 1982. Like all traditional Maserati’s being named after a wind, ‘Khamsin’ refers to a hot, violent gust which blows across the Egyptian desert for 50 days of the year. Despite its era, the Khamsin’s development and design is extremely impressive. The cars construction and front mid-mounted engine position created a 50/50 weight distribution which worked well with its newly improved double ...

    46,533
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this remarkably well kept Ferrari 456 GTA, finished in the desirable combination of Grigio Titanio over Nero leather interior. Supplied new by HR Owen in October 1998 to a Mr Stanley, the 456 GTA was used sparingly by its first keeper - covering just 2,498 miles by January 2000. The car spent its early life being maintained by Ferrari main dealers, until 2007 it was then cared by various marque specialists. Having been supplied by Furlonger, this 456 GTA is well ...

    44,411
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this extremely rare, right hand drive Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 VT. Continuing the tradition of naming their outrageous supercars after that of bull fighting breeds, 1990 saw the debut of the formidable Diablo, or ‘Devil’ in Spanish. Rightly named after a ferocious bull raised by the Duke of Veragua in the 19th century, famous for an epic battle with ‘El Chicorro’ which took place in Madrid in 1869. The Diablo’s initial design was of course penned by ...

    17,500
    Kent
  • Ferrari Dino 246 GT, order No. 5789 was ordered new via UK importer, Maranello Concessionaires for their dealer, HR Owen of London on May 1st 1973 and supplied in Verde Pino Metallizzato (106-G-30) with Beige plastica (430) and black carpets. The cars extras also included electric windows and metallic paint, confirmed by the Dino’s original invoice (totalling £5,351.24) and supporting documentation. Chassis #07000 was then sold in February 1979, to a Mr J Bowley of Leicestershire who went on ...

    52,000
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted to offer this excellently presented Ferrari 458 Italia, wearing the historic combination of Rosso Corsa over Cuoio leather interior. This Atelier example was optioned in September 2011 with the following; Giallo brake calipers, Scuderia Ferrari shields, anti-stone chipping film, colored safety belts (beige), dedication plate in silver, IPOD connection, full optional mirrors, Radionavi + Bluetooth, NAVTRAK Anti-theft system, front and rear parking sensors, Giallo rev counter, ...

    15,000
    Kent
  • Chassis #3198 is confirmed by Lamborghini's factory records as the first ever as 'GD' (guida destra or right-hand drive Miura) and listed as 'Salone Londra', the London Motor Show car for 1967. The first owner of this Miura was Thomas Cook (of the travel company family) of Norwich, who saw the car at the ’67 London Motor Show and wanted it to be supplied in his chosen specification. At the show, the car was finished in Blue over White (as pictured in the recently published Miura Book), but ...

    62,270
    Kent
  • Furlonger are delighted offer this wonderful Ferrari F355 Spider, finished in the extremely rare colour combination of Argento Nurburgring over Nero leather interior. This example is well known to Furlonger, having been purchased and sold through us on multiple occasions. While under the care of the cars most recent custodian, the F355 underwent some major underside detailing works including all of the suspension. During this meticulous process an engine out detail was also carried out, with ...

    38,000
    Kent
  • This beautifully presented 365 GTB/4 was ordered new via Maranello Concessionaires, Surrey, in March of 1971 and delivered to its first custodian, a Mr B. McGrath. The car was optioned in Rosso Chiaro over Black interior with grey carpets, the same specification it wears today. The car then found its way to Sevenoaks, Kent, where its second owner, a Mr J. Durlacher resided. He owned the car for many years before it came into the hands of its third owner in central London who owned the car for ...

    60,000
    Kent
  • Genuine GT40P chassis and Superformance body. Built by Olthoff Racing with 289 FIA specification engine by Pathfinder of Florida. Confirmed 65 block (C5)by Mathwell Engineering. While developing the GT40 continuation, Superformance went to great lengths to ensure absolute authenticity. So authentic that over two thirds of the rolling chassis parts are interchangeable with that of an original car. This car built by Olttoff racing is as new condition having recently been completed. Bob Olttoff ...

    Kent
  • This exquisitely optioned Ferrari LaFerrari is believed to be 1 of just over 30 UK delivered examples, wearing an excellent specification on both its interior and exterior with numerous additional special features. Finished in what is arguably one of the finest historic Ferrari colours of Canna Di Fucile, coupled with a Nero Leather/alcantara interior and Giallo piping to match that of the car's exterior details. The cars options include two tone body with Nero roof, Giallo brake callipers, ...

    1,600
    Kent
  • Now available is this stunning McLaren 12C Spider, finished in Blue with Black leather interior. The MP4-12C, now more formally known as the 12C was the first production car built by McLaren since the F1 in the late 90's. The 12C uses a carbon fibre composite chassis and features a 3.8 litre twin turbo engine which prodcuces just shy of 600 horsepower. Alongside various other beneficial lightweight applications, the car incorporates a system called ''brake steer'' derived from Formula 1. This ...

    13,601
    Kent
  • The ‘Bizzarrini’ name has remained synonymous within the historic automobile and contemporary racing world to this very day, achieving some notable accomplishments with Italian sports car manufacturers in the 50’s and 60’s before building cars under his own name shortly after. The start of his career began with Alfa Romeo as a test driver where he aided the development of the Giulietta’s chassis before joining Ferrari, where he assisted with the development of the renowned Testa Rossa ...

    Kent