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Oldtimer Galerie (Swiss)

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Oldtimer Galerie (Swiss)

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  • This pretty little saloon was first registered in England on the 19th April 1933. In 2011 it was bought by the vendor and after performing some work in England and Germany was imported into Switzerland in 2017. Here the coachwork was restored and repainted and all the electrics overhauled or replaced. Unfortunately, the restoration could not be completed. Currently the side panels and carpets to the interior are not installed. The car has UK documents, but Swiss customs duties have been paid.

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  • Beautiful 6-seater station wagon equipped with a 4.2 liter V8, air conditioning, power steering and automatic gearbox. The Falcon received a new paint job in the USA a number of years ago and was imported into Switzerland in 2018. This sought-after Deluxe version is in good to very good, original condition overall and has completed the most recent Swiss Veteran MOT in July 2018. Asking price: CHF 35'000

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  • This Murciélago with its registration date of March 14th 2003, was acquired by its first owner on 1st August 2003, after the car had served as demonstrator. Since, at the time, there was no car available in the red requested by the buyer, he bought his example with Lamborghini Stuttgart. The supersportscar with its 6.2 litre V12 engine delivering 580 hp, coupled to a 6-speed manual gearbox (!) and sports exhaust was imported and registered in Switzerland. After only 2'500 km, the car was sold to ...

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  • This XK 120 roadster was delivered to Max Hoffman in New York on the 31st August 1954. After a number of US owners the car was imported into Italy in 1988. There the XK underwent a complete and thorough restoration. It then participated in a number of classic car events. The “matching numbers” as well as the original shade of color are confirmed with a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate. A much coveted FIVA ID is with the car as is the Italian ASI document. During the Mille Miglia 2019 ...

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  • This 1957 Corvette with its 4.6 liter V8 engine, 220 horsepower and a four speed manual gearbox was restored a number of years ago and, in it's over 60 years, one stage received a type correct exchange engine of a later year. According to the registration document the C1 was imported into Switzerland from Spain a number of years ago. The car is driving impeccably and presents itself in good to very good general condition with the last Veteran MOT completed in March 2020. Asking price: CHF 95'00

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  • One of only about 5 surviving vehicles with right-hand drive steering. Produced in February 1963, this beautiful Sebring was delivered to England. According to the available documents, the Maserati was - probably at the end of the seventies beginning of the eighties - shipped to the USA, where it was part of a car museum in the Midwest for many years. In 1990, the car was re-imported to England and registered there on the original plates. On its return, the Maserati was painted light blue metallic, ...

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  • With its third owner since 2017, this "miniature Ford Thunderbird" has covered a guaranteed 138’000 kilometers only. The pretty little coupé is in good to very good condition. A number of years ago the car received new seat cushions and in 2019 the clutch was replaced. The four speed gearbox shifts without any problems but the free wheeling function cannot be brought into locked position. The last Swiss Veteran MOT was performed in September 2017. Asking price: CHF 27'500

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  • This iconic Range Rover is a Swiss delivery with 174’000 kilometers and a complete service record. The most recent service was performed in December 2020, and the car has been driven a mere 600 km since. Equipped with an automatic gearbox, air conditioning, power steering, electrically operated windows as well as sunroof and leather seats, all combined with a towing limit of 3’000 kilos, this car must be the quintessential British luxury SUV. Good to very good original condition with the last ...

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  • As one of only 118 Tipo Sport versions with the 105 hp SS engine and Alfa Romeo works body, this gorgeous 6C was delivered to the 52nd Milanese fire fighting corps (extinguishing blazes in style!) in December 1953. How long the Alfa, probably the Fire Chief’s transport, has been in this honourable service is not known. After having “been lost” for a while the car was restored by a Roman collector in the early Nineties. After two more Italian owners, the Alfa Berlina GT was eventually imported ...

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  • This cute A112 in the upmarket „Elegant“ version was first registered in Italy in August 1980. A few years ago, the little Italian was repainted, and imported to Switzerland in 2018. Here, the Autobianchi has been tweaked for over CHF 3‘000. Beautiful A112 with the last Swiss veteran MOT completed in November 2018. Asking price: CHF 9'800

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  • Being one of only 3'443 2000 Spiders delivered, this example was first registered in January 1959. About 20 years ago the Touring coachwork was restored. Engine, gearbox and differential received an overhaul between 2004 and 2010. This terrific cabriolet is in very good condition and will certainly be admired wherever it goes. The most recent Veteran MOT dates from June 2018. Asking price: CHF 98'000

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  • One of just 1'400 cars built. With 5-speed gearbox and front disc brakes. Body and interior were restored a number of years ago, the original steering-wheel is with the car (to be restored). The engine has been completely overhauled about 1'000 km ago. The brakes have been modified to accept silicone brake fluid, the radiator, the whole heating system and the instruments have been overhauled. Restored steel wheels with new tires were fitted in 2015, the original magnesium wheels and some spare parts ...

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  • This lovely Giulietta Spider, one of Pininfarina‘s all time classics, was registered in Italy in 1960. As confirmed by Alfa Romeo Storico, chassis and engine numbers correspond to the car as delivered. The coachwork and interior were restored a number of years ago with the engine and the rest of the mechanical side in very good condition. The Alfa Romeo currently has Italian documents but customs duties for Switzerland have been paid. For a Swiss buyer the car will be MOT’d whe sold. Asking ...

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  • Wonderful Cadillac Coupé with apparently only 92‘250 miles driven. It was delivered by Cadillac Los Angeles and the car remained with its first owner until 1992 when it was exported to Belgium. In 2011 the series 62 was bought by a Swiss enthusiast, imported into Switzerland and registered. The car received a new paint job many years ago. The brakes were overhauled recently. Good and well maintained unrestored original condition with a lovely patina; the last Veteran MOT was completed in February ...

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  • Although this wonderful Trans Am was delivered to Richmond, but it was already registered in Switzerland in October 1979. With optional 403 cui Oldsmobile engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, a.s.o. A copy of the production sheet is available. 78'000 km, service just done. The car comes from a privat collection and is in excellent condition. Last Swiss MOT including veteran status completed in September 2019.

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  • This Vespa was completely restored and overhauled with original Piaggio spare parts at the end of 2018 in Switzerland. The chassis was sandblasted and repainted in the actual "rust-look". The spare wheel assembly, the large fuel tank and the seat are the same as on the legendary Vespa Sei Giorni. All original parts are available. A photo documentation of the restoration is available. Excellent condition. EU documents, Swiss customs duty paid.

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  • This beautiful 1970 Ford Torino was imported into Switzerland in 1972 and registered for the first time in May of that year. The coupé with powerful 5-litre V8 and 6 registered seats has an automatic gearbox, air conditioning and power steering. In 2012/2013, at around 80'000 km, the engine was completely overhauled. Receipts for approx. CHF 12'000 are available. The Ford is in good to very good original condition. The last MOT as a veteran vehicle took place in March 2014. Asking price: CHF 27'500...

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  • Beautiful and rally-approved sedan. TZ-Style alloy wheels, front seats restored some years ago, rear seat bench recently restored. Some spare parts available. Technically very good and healthy car with a beautiful patina. Last Swiss MOT including veteran status completed in October 2014.

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  • This Porsche 928 with its rare 5-speed manual gearbox was delivered through Amag Basel on the 22nd May 1989. The car had been specified in an elegant slate grey metallic with a cream leather interior. Further options include electrically adjusted seats, airconditioning and an electrically operated sunroof. In 1992 the car was sold to its second owner. A complete maintenance and service record are testament to the meticulous care lavished on the Porsche. In 2017, with 115'677 km driven the cambelt ...

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  • Only 497 European versions of this model were ever produced. The car on offer is a Swiss delivered example with its first owner, a Mr. H.J Marschall, a founding member of the Ferrari Club Switzerland. He regularly used his Ferrari for 30 years before selling it to its second keeper in 2005. The GTC/4 has covered a mere 82’000 km. It is “matching numbers” of course and has the all-important Ferrari Classiche certificate as well as the original tool kit. There is ample documentation of service ...

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  • This rare and, most importantly, Mille Miglia eligible Spider was delivered new in Switzerland. Before WW2 broke out, the Fiat had been raced in several hillclimbs also by Emmanuel "Tuolo" de Graffenried before it disappeared into long term storage. In 1956 the little Fiat was discovered in Igis by Ueli Hartmann, a collector from Sargans. He restored the car, using original drawings, to return it to its original specification. After Hartmann’s decease, the Balilla was sold by his son to another ...

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  • As one of only 712 examples built with a fibreglass body (Vetroresina sounds sooo much better…), this 308 was first registered in Switzerland on the 14th April 1977. In February 1982, at 32‘000 km, the car was sold to its second owner. This workshop manager of a garage was able to perform all servicing himself. In 1984, he installed the larger front air dam and the then current roof spoiler of a later model. A ANSA exhaust system took care of the sound requirements and all the work has been ...

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  • This handsome 190SL in its rare original shade of mother of pearl-green (DB213G) has been with its second owner since 2007 and has apparently been driven only 139’000km. The popular convertible has been delivered in Switzerland and sports a rare hardtop with the panoramic rear screen. The car is in very original, yet very good condition with appropriate patina to the interior. The engine benefits from an overhaul a number of years ago. The last Swiss Veteran MOT dates from June 2014. Asking price: ...

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  • 3'690 cars built. The Fulvia on offer was delivered new in Italy before being imported by an US collector in the mid 2000’s. The Lancia was brought into Switzerland in 2014 by a collector. In 2019 the master cylinder, the brake servo and all the brake hoses have been replaced. Rare and beautiful Fulvia 1600 HF of the second series in very good condition. Last Swiss MOT including veteran status completed in February 2019. Asking price: CHF 65'000

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  • This beautiful Ford Thunderbird was restored in the original colour combination "Colonial white" with red interior a few years ago in the USA. The car features the 5.1-litre V8 with 245 SAE horsepower, automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes, and the hardtop with the characteristic portholes, which was only available in 1957. In 2017, the "Early-Bird" was imported by an Swiss enthusiast via Germany. In April 2019 he had the body partially restored and repainted ...

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  • Being one of just 469 cars built, this Maserati was delivered in Vienna on May 24, 1989. When moving to Switzerland, the car was taken by the first owner. First family ownership, 51'000 km, complete service booklet. A big service with change of the timing belt was carried out just some 100 km ago in December 2016. Equipped with leather, air condition, power windows and catalyst. Good, well maintained original condition. Last Swiss MOT as a veteran vehicle completed in January 2021 Asking price: ...

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  • As one of only 3'100 vehicles built, this Cadillac was imported into Switzerland via Germany in 1989. Since then, the history of this beautiful convertible has been documented. The car was completely restored and overhauled in Switzerland, including the engine and gearbox. The convertible top has been replaced, and the seats have been reupholstered in genuine leather. Between 1989 and 2008, over CHF 300'000.- have been invested by the first Swiss owner for purchase and maintenance. Before the purchase ...

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  • This beautiful Moto Guzzi, delivered new in Switzerland was purchased by the vendor in 2016. He had the bike completely restored, including an overhaul of the engine, suspension and the brakes. The frame, fuel tank and other ancillaries were repainted. There are 30’000 Francs worth of receipts for all the work done. Since completion of the restauration and successful passing of the Swiss Veteran MOT in June 2016 only about 3’000 km were driven. An absolute cult bike from one of the most charismatic ...

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  • One of only 456 original Jensen Interceptor dropheads (or convertibles) built. Coachwork and interior were both restored a number of years ago and are in outstanding condition. The easy to maintain and utterly reliable Chrysler mechanicals are in very good shape. Rare and even classic rally-proven car which will doubtless provide immensive pleasure to a new owner. The most recent Swiss Veteran MOT was performed in December 2019.

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  • Powered by a 6 cylinder 1.5 litre engine, this example received the dashing Barchetta body, designed and built by Carrozzeria Reda in Modena, as early as 1945. In order to make the engine more competitive, a Weber carburetor was installed raising the engine’s output to a heady 70 hp. After having been abandoned in the proverbial barn for many years, the little Fiat was finally discovered and bought in 1995 by a Mr. Silvestro Specchia. A restoration with the aim of a Mille Miglia entry was duly ...

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  • This Giulia was bought by the previous owner some 15 years ago and was restored immediately after purchase. To increase the performance, a “Veloce” carburetor setup with two Weber 40 DCOE was installed, with the original Solex unit and manifold accompanying the car. This lovely Convertible is in very condition and ready for the coming spring. The most recent Swiss Veteran MOT was completed in April 2017. Asking price: CHF 85'000

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  • Restored with original factory parts. Body partially in alloy, new zinc plated chassis. sports-cam, steel crankshaft and connecting rods, forged pistons, alloy cylinder-head, stainless-steel exhaust with headers, "Fast-Flow" intake manifold with 2 SU-HD8 carburettors, alloy fuel tank, reinforced torsion-bars, reinforced leaf-springs, Sierra-Cosworth 5-speed gearbox, limited slip differential, a.s.o. Good to very good condition. The most recent Swiss MOT datest from May 2020.

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  • This cute grandfather of all family vans was first registered in Florence on the 21st February 1967 and still proudly wears his original Italian number plates. According to its libretto, the 600 remained with the buyer’s family well into the eighties after which it passed through the hands of four Italian owners before being imported into Switzerland in 2015. The Multipla was repainted a few years ago and the seats were retrimmed in the correct vinyl. This smart little “space-wonder” provides ...

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  • This fabulous Aston is one of only 5 „X“- (for Experimental) designated cars made in developing the DB2/4 model. X4 was completed on the 22nd November 1952 and on the 2nd January 1953 it was delivered to the Aston agent Tice & Son Ltd. According to the build-sheet the Aston was originally painted in deep black with contrasting red leather interior. The current color is classic British Racing Green with the lovely patinated brown leather, probably fitted in the early Eighties. In the mid-Eighties ...

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  • This Silver Shadow I was first registered on the 25th April 1969 as a Swiss delivered example of this magnificent automobile. According to the documentation available the car was repainted and its interior restored around 40 years ago. As far as we know, the car has covered roughly 200’000km in 50 years, with a period of inactivity from 1989 until 2006, during which time the Silver Shadow was not driven at all. Since 2006 the Rolls has been with two enthusiastic owners who added a mere 1’000km ...

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  • In the late Twenties and early Thirties the automotive race in the USA for bigger, better and faster was in full swing and manufacturers resorted to ever larger engines with a number of manufacturers introducing 12 and even 16 cylinder engines. Only few people could afford such extravagance and the 12 cylinder Cadillac we have on offer is a very rare sight indeed. It was delivered as a Convertible Coupé with dickie seat in Switzerland in May 1932. Amazingly the original registration document (carte ...

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  • Being one of only 170 Carrera Cup examples (based on the Carrera 2), this car was delivered to its first owner at the Porsche works on the 7th February 1991. It’s an original Cup-car with locking differential, „Matter“ roll cage and 6-point harness. Between 1991 and 1993 the Porsche was entered in a number of Porsche Club Switzerland races before the car was registered for the road for the first time in 1993. At the end of 1993 the DMSB (Deutscher Motorsport Bund) vehicle pass was returned ...

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  • Remake of the legendary British cult classic in mint condition. With fuel injection and catalyst, the engine is up to date, Öhlins suspension elements are among the best parts on the market, and the Brembo brake system ensures a safe deceleration. With two owners since new and with only 1'000 kilometers driven, this bike belongs in every Norton collection. Last Swiss MOT completed in October 2016.

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  • One of only 190 examples produced, this 944 Turbo Cup was handed over to its original owner at the Porsche works on 21st January 1988. It‘s an original Turbo-Cup car with locking differential, ABS, Catalyst and „Matter“ roll cage. Licensed on the 4th of May 1988, the Porsche was used in the Swiss Cup series until 1991. In 2006 the car was sold to its last owner and not used in competition from that date. The Kit France (enabling 300 hp), racing exhaust system, original driver’s seat and ...

    57,000
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