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Veni Vidi Vici Classic Cars BV

Fien de la Marstraat 59 1902 MT Castricum Netherlands

Veni Vidi Vici Classic Cars BV

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  • Moretti Motors began building motorcycles in 1925, and introduced their first conventional production car, the Cita, in 1946. During the late 1950s, in an effort to maximize profits, Moretti ceased designing and creating their own vehicles. Instead, they switched to building special-bodied Fiats, using existing Fiat engines and chassis. During the 1960s and 70s, rugged utility cars had become very popular with the public in Europe. Manufacturers seemed to share a common design for these cars: take ...

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  • Moretti Motors began building motorcycles in 1925, and introduced their first conventional production car, the Cita, in 1946. During the late 1950s, in an effort to maximize profits, Moretti ceased designing and creating their own vehicles. Instead, they switched to building special-bodied Fiats, using existing Fiat engines and chassis. During the 1960s and 70s, rugged utility cars had become very popular with the public in Europe. Manufacturers seemed to share a common design for these cars: take ...

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    International
  • With only 10,700 km on the counter, this homologation Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 1 is something special. At the end of 1991, this model was introduced by Lancia as a homologation car to participate in the Group A World Rally Championship. It being a homologation model, the first 500 copies were equipped with a water spray unit to provide extra cooling to the intercooler. This car left the factory on 9 December 1991 and first hit the road in Italy on 3 January 1992. In August 1993, the then owner ...

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  • An ASA is a rare appearance, as it was produced in low numbers. If you're lucky, you may run into a rare 1000 GT, but the chance that you will find the ultra rare 411 Berlinetta is next to impossible. ASA (Autoconstruzioni Societa per Azioni) was a relatively unknown Milanese manufacturer, who, despite its short existence from 1962 to 1967, makes up a special piece of the Italian automotive history. Enzo Ferrari laid the foundation. At the end of the 1950s, he set out to place a smaller car on ...

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  • In 1964 NSU marketed the first cabriolet with a rotary engine, also known as the Wankel engine. Compared to the conventional gasoline engine, the Wankel engine did indeed offer benefits, but reliability was a problem and the production of this lovely cabriolet was soon discontinued. The last example of a total of 2,375 Wankel Spiders was produced in 1967. It is estimated that some 150 of these cars are still on the road. The NSU Wankel Spider that we have on offer has an unusual life story. The ...

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  • Porsche introduced the 996 in 1998. The 996 succeeded the 993 and was the first Porsche 911 with a water-cooled 6-cylinder boxer engine. Initially, not all Porsche purists gave the 996 an enthusiastic welcome. They needed some time to get used to the oval headlights, but what made it worse was that the 996 did not have the engine sound that had been characteristic of the air-cooled boxer engine. However, the brand had to keep up with the times and the ever more stringent requirements in the field ...

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  • The Fiat 850 can safely be called one of the most successful models of the brand. The 850 was produced from 1964 to 1973, with its mechanicals having evolved from the Fiat 600. The body of the 850 came in many different versions, such as Sedan, Coupé, Minivan and Convertible. The convertible, the Spider, was designed by Bertone. Some 150,000 examples were produced. Much less known is another car that Bertone created, one based on the 850: the Racer. The Racer was a Coupé, or, to be more precise, ...

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  • - New delivered in Belgium - 3 owners since new - Rare color Orange Metallic, (Arancio Metallizzato) - 61.000 km - First paint - Unrestored - Unrestored and first paint? Yes, you read that right. Free of rust, untouched and completely original. In our opinion no comparable example can be found. - 92.500 Euro - Nieuw geleverd in België - Sinds nieuw 3 eigenaren - Zeldzame kleur Oranje Metallic (Arancio Metallizzato) - 61.000 km - Eerste lak - Ongerestaureerd - Ongerestaureerd ...

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  • A quite superb 308 GTSi. It has 64,800 miles on the clock and all EU import duties have been duly paid. We are tempted to say that there is no finer example than this one. The car was delivered in 1980 and has never been restored but just always maintained well, to which the huge stack of bills bears testimony. Its gorgeous leather "EU interior" has a rather rare but beautiful red and black colour scheme. The previous owner, a former US Navy commander, took part in many car concourses, gaining awards ...

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  • The Ferves Ranger was introduced at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. The car was an attractive looking and extremely compact all-terrain vehicle. The rear-mounted engine came from the Fiat 500 and delivered 18bhp, the all independent suspension came from the Fiat 600D. The Ranger was available in a 2WD and a 4WD version. The open bodywork featured a folding windscreen, and could seat four passengers. The Ferves was styled by Carlo Ferrari, and its name is derived from the abbreviation of FERrari VEicoli ...

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  • In Porsche's history, 1989 will always remain a memorable year. It was the last year in which the second generation of the 911, the G-model, were on sale before being replaced by the 964. The model came in three body versions: Coupé, Targa and Cabriolet. In the last year, 1989, Porsche marketed a second version of the Cabriolet, the Speedster. The 911 Speedster became incredibly popular, but unfortunately the prices skyrocketed as well. The 911 Cabriolet WTL (Werks Turbo Look M491) G-50 we have ...

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  • With a total production of just 276 examples, the Alfa Romeo RZ has actually been a classic car from the day it was introduced. The car we have on sale has production number 190. This car was first supplied in Italy, where it appeared on the road in August 1995. In Italy the car had only one owner. In 2016 the car became part of a private collection in The Netherlands. The items that came with the car when it was first supplied, such as the protecting cover, the towing pole and the leather spare ...

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  • Volkswagen followed the smashing success of the Type 1 Beetle with a basic and practical commercial vehicle that cleverly utilized much of the Beetle’s mechanical make up. Like the Beetle before it, the Transporter was brilliant in its simplicity and versatility. The earliest versions were powered by a 24 horsepower, 1,131 cc air-cooled flat four shared with the Beetle. Unsurprisingly, the anemic 1,131 cc engine was enlarged multiple times over the course of production to keep up with customer ...

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  • This absolutely flawless 911 Speedster was delivered in 1989 to its first owner in Pittsburg (US). In 1998 he sold his car to the second owner in San Marino (I). He had the car in his possession until 2000. The third owner, also from Italy, owned the Speedster for as long as 15 years. He had the car executed to European specifications with exception of the original miles/kilometer counter to provide authenticity of the mileage. The last owner, a well respected Dutch collector, brought the Speedster ...

    14,700
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  • Type 216. 135 bhp, 2,162 cc inline six-cylinder engine with three Weber 38DCOE carburettors, four-speed manual transmission, front transverse leaf-spring suspension, rear coil springs, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,450 mm Carlo Abarth founded his tuning company in Turin in 1950. He would eventually take over the failed Cisitalia business following its demise, and it was this that ensured Abarth would begin to produce desirable and successful cars in its own right. Following ...

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  • In 1996, Bentley introduced the pricey Continental T, a shortened version of the Continental R, with a more athletic appearance and a more powerful engine. But things did not stop there: building on the T, Bentley produced, from 1998 until 2000, the Continental SC, with SC meaning “Sedanca Coupe”. The SC had a glass roof, of which the panels above the front seats could be removed by hand. At the time, the SC was considered to be the world's most expensive passenger car. Just 73 examples of this ...

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