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Very Superior "Old" Cars

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Very Superior "Old" Cars

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  • We are pleased to present you this outstanding Ferrari 195 Inter with its very elegant bodywork by Carrozzeria Ghia from 1950. After the succes of the 166 Ferrari with its two litre V12 engine, the next development was the 195. The engine was enlarged to 2.3 litres giving more power and more elasticity. This example is reputed to be on the Autosalone di Torino and possibly the Autosalon de Paris. Ghia built 5, sort of, similar examples of which this is the 2nd one we have at VSOC. They also ...

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  • Model history The Maserati 3500 GT, designed by Touring (1957-1964), was the first Maserati with economic succes. In the beginning of the sixties the 3500 GT was faced with increasingly concurrence mainly by Aston Martin’s DB4. Therefore the new Maserati 3500 GTi S was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1962. The ’S’ stands for 'Sebring', the famous racetrack where Juan Manuel Fangio and Jean Behra had triumphed in 1957 at the 12 Hours race behind the wheel of a Maserati 450S, followed ...

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  • BMW Z8 2000 Titansilber Metallic The Z8 was developed under the codename ‘E52’ between 1993 and 1999, through the efforts of a design team led by Chris Bangle from 1993 to 1995. The exterior was designed by Henrik Fisker and the interior by Scott Lempert up until 1995, when the latter left BMW and styling was approved. The Z8 originally was designed as a styling exercise intended to evoke and celebrate the 1956 BMW 507. Prototypes were spotted in testing between 1996 and 1999. A concept was ...

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  • Model history With the arrival of the Flavia in 1960, Lancia returned to a traditional radiator shield after some years with rectangular grilles on the Flaminias and later Appia. The Lancia Fulvia had a very efficient design and like the Flaminia, the Flavia had a subframe, but it was much more useful on the Flavia with the engine and gearbox built together. In 1962 the first of many variants appeared. Special-bodied Flavias included a Pininfarina coupe, a Vignale coupe and 2+2 convertible and ...

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  • Model history The Lancia Flaminia, named after the Via Flaminia, the road leading from Rome to Rimini, was produced from 1957 to 1970. It was Lancia’s flagship at that time, replacing the Aurelia. Throughout its lifetime it saw various versions as saloons, coupés and cabriolets. Even four stretched presidential limousines were built by Pininfarina for state occasions. The Flaminia coupé and convertible were coachbuilt cars with bodies from several prestigious Italian coachbuilders. The coupé ...

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  • Model History The Italian phrase Gran Turismo became popular from the 1950’s, envolving from fast touring cars and streamlined sports cars. These cars were designed for high speed and long-distance driving, due to a combination of performance and luxury attributes. In 1947 Maserati presented their fist ‘GT’ model: the A6 1500 GT Pininfarina and a few years later the prototype of the 3500GT. 70 Years later, the phrase Gran Turismo is still inseparable mentioned with the brand Italian ...

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  • Model history Before dealing with further Flavia developments, another model had to be introduced. It became the most successful Lancia of the pre-Fiat era and was called the Fulvia. Lancia decided to make the Fulvia a scaled-down version of the Flavia, using many as common mechanical parts as possible for commercial reasons. Except for the engine, the Lancia V4 closely followed Appia architecture with its separate crankcase and cylinder block. The first Fulvia was introduced at the Geneva ...

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  • Model history For Alfa Romeo, the 6C 2500 was the swansong of its era. When it debuted in 1939 as the third series of Vittorio Jano’s legendary inline six-cylinder Alfas, the engineers involved could never have imagined that it would signal the end of the line for hand-built Alfa Romeos. Thanks to engine upgrades and a vastly improved fuel delivery system, the 6C 2500 was the first road going Alfa Romeo capable of 160 km/h. Additionally, it benefited from four-wheel independent suspension, ...

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  • Model history The Lotus Elan was designed in 1962 by the legendary Colin Chapman whose brilliance at lightweight chassis design produced one of the best handling sports cars of all time; a design which is still revered as much today. “The exhilarating Elan Sprint .alive , taut, tense , quick as cat. Not for the ham fisted or lead –footed; very definitely for the driver who knows precisely how to handle the most exhilarating sports car in the world, output 126 bhp no les.”In summary, ...

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  • Model history With the introduction of the Giulietta in 1954, Alfa Romeo established a big step towards mass production for Alfa Romeo. The Giulietta's arrival caused a sensation; demand quickly outstripped supply, causing Alfa Romeo to rethink its production strategy and become a high-volume manufacturer. The company's replacement for its advanced 1900 saloon and coupe followed the same formula in offering a number of body styles, allied with a powerful twin cam engine up-front. Body styles ...

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  • This gorgeous Fiat 1100 B Cabriolet by Stabilimenti Farina from 1949 is a unique, alloy bodied One-Off car. Farina started this design style for the 1949 Ferrari 166. This car was built for a rich wine producer near Bari in Puglia, Italy in 1949. The family kept the car until 1984 and after that it only had 2 more owners before it came to Holland in 2016. She has been restored in 1986 from bare metal with documentation by a well known restoration specialist but was virtually unused. Since ...

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  • Lancia is renowned in the automotive world for introducing cars with numerous innovations and so is the Lambda: it is one of the most innovative, forward-thinking production cars of all time. Surviving examples are treasured by knowledgeable enthusiasts for their unbeatable combination of advanced engineering and superb driving qualities. We are pleased to present you this incomparably original Lancia Lambda on behalf of its owner. ''Il Leone Australiano'' was delivered by the Shields Motor ...

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  • Autobleu was a small, short-lived French automobile maker based in Paris. The company was established in 1950 by Maurice Mestivier and Roger Lepeytre. Both were members of the board of the Independent Racing Driver Association. (AGACI) Its original business involved manufacturing components which buyers could use to make their Renault 4CVs go faster. 'La pipe' Autobleu was a famous sports exhaust made for Renault 4CV. The Renault 4CV was France’s best selling car at this time and like in Italy ...

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  • Model History Prior to World War II Porsche designed and built three Type 64 cars for a 1939 Berlin-to-Rome race that was cancelled. In 1948 the mid-engine, tubular chassis 356 prototype called 'No. 1' was completed. This led to some debate as to the 'first' Porsche automobile, but the 356 is considered by Porsche to be its first production model. It was created by Ferdinand 'Ferry' Porsche (son of Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the German company), who founded the Austrian company with his sister, ...

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  • We are delighted to present you this very special Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark III Saloon from 1959. This Aston Martin is in a remarkable original condition and has an impressive 50 years familiy ownership. Not only is it with only the 3rd owners from new, but it is unrestored and original. A real preservation class contender. Sold new in Belgium via Mannes to a Mr Secard of Mons in the most beautiful color of 'Elusive Blue' with Blue Grey Connolly leather interior. The high specification included ...

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