Car & Classic Dealer

Mark Donaldson Ltd

The Granary 1 Waverley Lane Farnham Surrey

GU9 8BB

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Mark Donaldson Ltd

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  • - OVERVIEW - Introduced in 2006 and built in collaboration with Ferrari by preferred tuner Michelotto; the F430 GT2 proved consistently to be the superior weapon in top-flight International GT racing for six seasons. The model was a consistent victor across a variety of International and National Championships and it is fair to say that the F430 period was another golden one in terms of Ferrari’s rich racing pedigree. - HISTORY - One of just 24 Series 3 EVO GTC cars built, this car on offer ...

    Surrey
  • - OVERVIEW - The XK series of Jaguar sports cars has to be one of the most incredible success stories of motoring history. Conceived as a means to showcase the inline 6 cylinder XK engine, the XK120 was intended to be little more than an attention grabbing concept from which the engine would predominantly power Jaguar’s range of saloon cars. Competition and commercial success duly followed via the XK140 and XK150 after that, in addition to the dominance of the C-Type and D-Type sportscar ...

    5,500
    Surrey
  • - OVERVIEW - Introduced in 1997, the Porsche 996 was the first 911 model to be built with a water-cooled engine in deference to the age-old format of air-cooled units for which the marque had become synonymous with. Initially, the standard 996 Carrera road car had a flat-six engine of 3.4 litre capacity. The more limited models such as Targa, Carrera 4S, Turbo, GT2 and GT3 received 3.6 litre versions. The 996 GT3 road car was built to homologate the race versions and boasted some enviable ...

    Surrey
  • - OVERVIEW - Introduced in 1963 as the 901 (and subsequently renamed due to a copyright claim from Peugeot), the Porsche 911 is, without doubt, the most successful Sportscar of all time. The 911’s signature coupe silhouette has graciously evolved continually ever since and remains the anchor of the Stuttgart brand to this day. Interesting to note also is that the 911 and the rear-mounted flat 6 engine configuration have never parted either. Motorsport and the 911 are synonymous within Porsche’s ...

    Surrey
  • - OVERVIEW - Introduced in 1997, the Porsche 996 was the first 911 model to be built with a water-cooled engine in deference to the age-old format of air-cooled units for which the marque had become synonymous with. Initially, the standard 996 Carrera road car had a flat-six engine of 3.4 litre capacity. The more limited models such as Targa, Carrera 4S, Turbo, GT2 and GT3 received 3.6 litre versions. The 996 GT3 road car was built to homologate the race versions and boasted some enviable ...

    Surrey
  • - OVERVIEW - Introduced in 1963 as the 901 (and subsequently renamed due to a copyright claim from Peugeot), the Porsche 911 is, without doubt, the most successful Sportscar of all time. The 911’s signature coupe silhouette has graciously evolved continually ever since and remains the anchor of the Stuttgart brand to this day. Interesting to note also is that the 911 and the rear-mounted flat 6 engine configuration have never parted either. Motorsport and the 911 are synonymous within Porsche’s ...

    1,000
    Surrey
  • The pinnacle of the timeless Giulietta was the Sprint Zagato (SZ), a model which was produced between 1957 and 1962. With enhanced power, reduced weight and improved aerodynamics it was a force to be reckoned with in competition and often humbled many cars with far greater cubic capacities. Approximately 200 SZs were produced in total of which just 44 were of done to the enhanced ‘Coda Tronca’ (square tail) design which featured a distinctive Kamm-type tail to improve overall top speed. Despite ...

    Hampshire
  • - OVERVIEW - Launched at the 2002 Paris Motor Show as a tribute to Enzo Ferrari himself, the Enzo was a supreme collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina. The final form was driven by function with Formula One thinking heavily evident. The Enzo was penned by Ken Okuyama then Head of Design at Pininfarina, and featured a narrow, pointed nose that was clearly inspired by the Ferrari Formula cars of the Michael Schumacher era. F1 composites were used throughout with a chassis constructed from ...

    12,000
    Hampshire
  • - OVERVIEW - Deciphered from the generous history file that accompanies the car we are able to summarise the following in respect of this superb vehicle. Built in February 1981, chassis (ending) 0970 was allocated to Lotus Founder and Chairman Colin Chapman. Finished with the following specification it is a truly unique example; Chassis #: SCC082910BHD10970 Engine #: CD 910801218984 Colour: Metallic Silver (Code A03) Interior: Full Red Leather Specification: Panasonic RM 610 roof-mounted ...

    11,000
    Hampshire
  • A rare opportunity to acquire a genuine, continuous-history example of the iconic Group 4 Lancia Stratos, with a successful period Italian competition record and numerous podium finishes. Delivered to its first Italian owner on the 19th January 1977 as a standard stradale version, in 1979 the car was converted to full Group 4 specification by (the still active and highly respected) University Motors. It went on to compete successfully in 29 Italian championship events between 1979 and 1982, driven ...

    Hampshire
  • Well known within Alfa circles, this superb example has been with the most recent custodian for over 50 years and has been in the UK since the 1950s, prior to this it resided in Eritrea (a former Italian colony). Restoration commenced in the mid-1960s and since completion it has been well campaigned throughout Europe and today remains in fine condition throughout. Currently fitted with JSW block and head and running on an SU carb it is however, accompanied by the original damaged/ repaired engine ...

    Hampshire
  • The Pininfarina-designed Tipo 750/101 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider of 1955 was a modern design for its time with a monocoque body and combined with conveniences such as wind-up windows and easily-to-fold hood. It was also a commercial success with over 17,000 examples sold. The new Giulia Spider was launched in 1962 and was a development of the earlier Giulietta Spider. Externally similar to the previous Giulietta, the new Giulia featured a purposeful bonnet bulge, necessary to clear the taller ...

    Hampshire
  • A relative latecomer to the Group B era, Ford’s flagship the RS200 made its competitive WRC debut at the Swedish Rally in 1986. The Quattro put paid to their plans to run the RS1700T thus a new 4WD design was sought. Engineered by Brit John Wheeler, the RS200 featured an extremely rigid and safe aluminium monocoque chassis, Ferguson 4WD system, double wishbones suspension all round, a turbocharged Cosworth BD engine and was clad in composite body panels. With the might of the blue oval behind ...

    Hampshire
  • Offered for sale is this left hand drive 1967 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Series 2, chassis no. 9675. A matching numbers example of the desirable series two model it features the more attractive two-headlamp design and five-speed gearbox along with the popular and practical option of alloy wheels. 9675 is finished in the elegant and original colour combination of Grigio Fumo (metallic grey) and blue leather. Per information noted in the 330GT registry, chassis 9675 was delivered new to Italy to its first ...

    Hampshire