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    Picture of 1978 MV Agusta Magni 861 For Sale

    1st MV Agusta Magni imported into the UK in 1978 Recent full rebuild by world renowned Kay family New: Crankshaft, valves & guilds, coil, distributor, tyres and chain 2 Owners from new, 1st owner for 39 years Original Tool kit, hand books, sales literature, full fairing MODEL HISTORY The name Magni is legendary in the MV Agusta world and deservedly so. The great man Arturo Magni joined MV Agusta in 1950 and under his management the company enjoyed the greatest period of racing domination ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1982 Segale Honda For Sale

    Retains all of its rare and desirable features such as frame, swingarm, forks, shocks, engine, wheels Recent mechanical overhaul by Chris Mayhew Built at the height of the company’s fame Extraordinary rare surviving example MODEL HISTORY Italian Luigi Segale started his professional involvement with motorcycles as a dealer in 1972, however, he quickly moved into modifying production machines for junior and national racing. He was clearly very talented and when the FM1 programme started ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1978 MV Agusta Magni 861 - 1st in UK For Sale

    1st MV Agusta Magni imported into the UK in 1978 Recent full rebuild by world renowned Kay family New: Crankshaft, valves & guilds, coil, distributor, tyres and chain 2 Owners from new, 1st owner for 39 years Original Tool kit, hand books, sales literature, full fairing MODEL HISTORY The name Magni is legendary in the MV Agusta world and deservedly so. The great man Arturo Magni joined MV Agusta in 1950 and under his management the company enjoyed the greatest period of racing domination ...

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    Picture of 1976 Range Rover Suffix D For Sale

    Desirable early 2-door with 3.5 V8 engine Full body off restoration (chassis galvanised) Huge history file back to new Very well sorted and correct example MODEL HISTORY First launched in 1970, the Range Rover S1 was billed as a “Four-In-One” car. It was a luxury car, a performance car, an estate car and of course, a cross-country car. The marketing for the model was spot-on, the car was truly “go anywhere” and combined family practicality with comfort. Even to this day Range Rover ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1947 Maserati A6GCS 'Monofaro' For Sale

    Original engine and gearbox raced by Juan Manuel Fangio Replica Siluro chassis and body Period racing history MODEL HISTORY The Maserati A6GCS is the last true Maserati. In 1947 the Maserati brothers Ernesto, Bindo and Ettore, now released from their contract with the Orsi family packed up their tools and left to form OSCA with their sights set on building lightweight, fast racing cars. Before they left however, they had time for one last masterpiece, the Maserati A6GCS Series I. Designed ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1927 Bentley 3/8 Litre Special For Sale

    Bentley 3-litre Speed Model Chassis Original 1927 registration Fresh bullet-proofed engine Stunning and comfortable design MODEL HISTORY A Bentley won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924, 1927, ’28, ’29 and ’30, not to mention 2003. From their earliest days as a manufacturer in the heady “Bentley Boys” era of the 1920’s, their loyal followers have been preoccupied with going fast and within a few years of their manufacture many formal bodied cars had been re-fashioned into Bentley ...

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    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1934 Bentley 3½ Litre Pillarless Coupé by Gurney Nutting For Sale

    MODEL HISTORY In 1931, Bentley Motors was on the brink of bankruptcy and negotiations with Napier & Son seemed to be pointing to a takeover that would save the marque. Just as it seemed the deal was in the bag a new interested party going by the name of the British Central Equitable Trust outbid Napier at the eleventh hour. It was only after the deal had been settled and all contracts signed that it was revealed that Bentley’s saviour was in fact their arch-rival Rolls-Royce. W.O. himself ...

    26,228
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    Picture of 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Vantage - Period Competition History For Sale

    MODEL HISTORY Three prototype DB2s were tested and raced throughout 1949, and the new production model was announced by Aston Martin in the Spring of 1950 timed to coincide with the New York Auto Show in April. Their meticulous preparation and testing paid off, the car was an instant success with press and public alike and 100 orders were taken at the show. Bearing in mind that only 15 DB1s had been sold throughout production. The DB2 was everything that its predecessor the DB1 was not… ...

    13,400
    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1938 Frazer Nash BMW 328 - Period history For Sale

    Matching numbers 8th overall in 1938 Paris – Nice Trial 1of 46 Frazer Nash-BMWs known to survive The pre-eminent sports car of its day and an icon of motoring MODEL HISTORY In 1936, Ernst Henne drove his prototype BMW 328 to victory in the 2-litre class at the annual Eifelrennen event at the Nurburgring, beating a world-class field of entrants including several 1½ litre monopostos. This achievement put BMW on the map and the new 328 model would go on to be one of the most important in ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1974 Ducati 750 SS 'Green Frame' - Genuine with Falloon Report For Sale

    Arguably the most iconic motorcycle of all time The model that put Ducati on the map in 1972 A matching numbers authenticated example Known history back to new MODEL HISTORY The Daytona 200 race for motorcycles had run since 1937 but it was at Imola in 1972 that the first 200 Mile format race was held in Italy. The “Daytona of Europe” attracted some of the worlds leading manufacturers and riders. 70,000 spectators crammed into the stands to see the likes of MV Agusta, Honda, Norton, ...

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    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1929 LAGONDA 2 LITRE SALOON – RAPIDE ENGINE For Sale

    Upgraded with M45R engine Rebuilt by noted specialist David Ayre Well-known car with extensive history This unique Lagonda 2 Litre was rebuilt by one the leading marque specialists for his own use, and has been upgraded into an exciting, practical and versatile pre war car via the fitment of a 4453cc Rapide engine. Beautifully engineered using genuine Lagonda components, the result is a car that drives superbly, offers genuine quick performance, and has the ability to humble rivals from Crewe ...

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    Picture of 1974 BMW 2002 Turbo For Sale

    1 of 43 UK delivered 2002 Turbos 4 owners over the last 40 years 48,000 miles from new Comprehensive history file spanning 40 years MODEL HISTORY Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1973, the 2002 Turbo was the first turbocharged BMW and with the exception of some attempts by General Motors in the 60’s, is seen as the first turbocharged production car. Using the hugely successful 2002tii as its foundation, the Turbo used the same 2 Litre, 4-cylinder engine fitted with a KKK Turbocharger ...

    48,000
    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 2000 Bentley Continental R *Gaskets & Hydraulic service Done* For Sale

    Desirable late-model 2000 Bentley Continental R Peacock Blue Metallic with Magnolia hide Three owners from new Over 200k GBP when new Extensive history file All tools, books & keys present MODEL HISTORY Bentley has a long history of producing sublime grand tourers and the Continental R continued that tradition when it was introduced at the 1991 Geneva Motor Show. With its blend of style, luxury and performance, the new car perfectly evoked its namesake from the early 1950s – the fabled ...

    112,000
    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1954 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series 4 For Sale

    1954 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series 4 for sale Manufactured in July 1954 and brought to England in 2010 The Series 4 Aurelia is arguably the most desirable of the 6 series produced with the De Dion rear end Fully documented and meticulous restoration by marque specialist between 2010 and 2012 Original engine with “Nardi” style twin-carb set-up and “Nardi” style floor-change transmission An excellent example of a highly regarded and event eligible (Mille Miglia) car MODEL HISTORY Vincenzo ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1937 Frazer Nash BMW 319/328 Special For Sale

    MODEL HISTORY BMW launched their first completely in-house designed car, the 303, in 1933 having previously built Austin 7 based cars at their Diki Works since 1928. The new 303 was a small family saloon, housing a 6 cylinder engine that displaced 1,182cc and it was the first model to feature the ‘kidney grille’ which has gone on to be the trademark feature of the brand. The 303 was only in production until 1934 when BMW developed it into several other models including the 309 (a 4 cylinder ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1909 BENZ 24/45 SIX-SEAT SPORTING TOURER For Sale

    There can be little doubt that Karl Benz was the first to produce the petrol-engined car. Karl Benz started his engineering career making stationary engines running primarily on coal gas but soon realised the possibilities for mechanical personal transport. Benz pioneered the 4-stroke, 954cc single-cylinder engine and fitted it to a 3-wheeled “car”. Benz’s engine ran at a sedentary 400rpm and produced a grand 0.75bhp. For comparison DeDion Bouton’s engine ran at over twice the speed but ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1938 Frazer Nash BMW 327/80 - Original Road Test Car For Sale

    Early, Matching Numbers example The road test car featured in both The Motor and The Autocar in 1939 Ex Ronnie Symondson and single family ownership for 55 years £200,000 nut and bolt restoration Outstanding condition and wonderful history file MODEL HISTORY Before the war, BMW started in the manufacture of aero engines and motorcycles; it was with the acquisition of the Dixi works at Eisenach in 1928 that allowed BMW to enter the motorcar market. The early Dixi cars were essentially ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1924 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Piccadilly Roadster by Merrimac For Sale

    1 of 4 examples with coachwork by Merrimac Sister car of the Howard Hughes Piccadilly Roadster Fitted with modern alternator and bespoke overdrive Exemplary maintenance record under current 10 year ownership MODEL HISTORY The year is 1906 and Rolls-Royce is preparing for the Olympia Motor Show. Their plan is to manufacture four chassis to use on their stand. Two of these chassis are existing models, a four cylinder 20hp and a six cylinder 30hp model. The other two are Rolls-Royce’s brand ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of BENTLEY ‘CONTINENTAL TRIALS’ AND 1938 ‘PARIS SALON’ BENTLEY For Sale

    - 1938 Derby Bentley 4¼ Litre Paris Salon car - Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motors ‘Continental Trials’ car - Second earliest M (overdrive) series car known to exist - Fascinating history with close links to the Embiricos Bentley - Original handbook and large tools - Mechanically restored MODEL HISTORY By the late 1930’s it was clear to manufacturers that motorists’ expectations were changing. Engines were being exposed to the dangers of continuous high speed driving as a result of ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1973 MV Agusta 750 S - Genuine UK delivered, 2 owners, 5k miles For Sale

    1 of 5 UK bikes officially imported Two owners, first owner for 44 years Just over 5,000 miles from new Original handbook, bill of sale and tax disc MODEL HISTORY To truly appreciate the significance of the 750 S one needs to truly appreciate MV Agusta themselves and where they were in their history when this bike was produced. Since 1949, competitors in Grand Prix motorcycle racing have competed in various classes, namely 125cc, 250cc, 350cc and 500cc. MV Agusta won all four classes ...

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    Picture of 1911 Chalmers-Detroit Model 30 Open Tourer For Sale

    MODEL HISTORY The 3.7 litre Chalmers-Detroit with its overhead inlet valve design engine was one of the most versatile of American sporting cars of its time and for good reason was the chosen make of the elite. The Vanderbilt’s and the Rockefellers were among its patrons. The company evolved from the Thomas-Detroit, makers of the renowned ‘Thomas Flyer’ motorcars when the young CEO of the National Cash Register Company Hugh Chalmers had bought out the interest of E.R. Thomas and changed ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1965 TVR Trident Prototype by Fissore For Sale

    One of four prototypes built in steel The only Right Hand Drive Coupé Displayed at the Turin Motor Show in 1965 Restored in 1986-1991 and body fully restored in 2018/9 with bare metal respray MODEL HISTORY Every good car story should include a design or idea being written on the back of a cigarette packet or in this case, a napkin! In the early 1960’s TVR was going through some financial remodelling and the plan was to introduce a new model that would be aimed between the Jaguar E-Type ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1931 ASTON MARTIN INTERNATIONAL LE MANS – BROOKLANDS HISTORY For Sale

    Raced at Brooklands in the 1930s Continuous history from new 1 of 3 cars fitter with an external gear and brake Rare Le Mans-type two-seater body Last of the First Series Aston Martins Extensive history file MODEL HISTORY From racing at Brooklands with its first owner to spending decades in the hands of notable enthusiasts in Portugal, this Aston Martin International has led a full and fascinating life. Chassis number L1-126 was completed in December 1931 – the end of what had been a ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1955 Bristol 404 Coupé - £40k mechanical rebuild in 2019 SOLD

    MODEL HISTORY Launched at the Earl’s Court Motor Show in 1953, the Bristol 404 was quite a departure from the previous works of the Bristol Car Company. Gone was the BMW-style front grille, now replaced with a single aperture inspired by the air intake of an aircraft engine. With their aviation roots, Bristol were able to develop the design and shape of their cars in a wind tunnel and by using aluminium over an ash frame, were also able to keep the cars light. The result was a car that the ...

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    Picture of 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT - Classiche Certified & Restored SOLD

    - Ferrari Classiche Certification - Open headlight - Superb mechanical condition MODEL HISTORY The Ferrari Dino 246 was built to 3 different specifications through its production, referred to as the L, M and E series. The initial ‘L’ series cars were made from 1969 until 1970 and have a single centre knock-off wheel nut, front quarter bumpers that merge into the grill, and head rests mounted in the rear bulkhead. The ‘M’ series cars were built for only a short time in early 1971 ...

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    Picture of 1963 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible SOLD

    In 1963 Aston Martin rolled out its 5th generation of David Brown cars named after the company’s owner and post war saviour, the Aston Martin DB5. The cowled headlamps of the DB5 gave this car a distinctly similar impression of the DB4GT; indeed, the DB5 was in many ways a continuation of the previous generation car. However, far from being a simple facelift, the DB5 constituted a giant step forward in Aston Martin technological evolution. One of the key improvements came from the car’s new ...

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    Picture of 1956 Cooper-Climax T39 Bobtail - Period Competition History SOLD

    MODEL HISTORY The Cooper Car Company dominated motorsport in the 1950’s with their design approach of nestling their engine within the rear of their lightweight tubular chassis. An immensely strong and convenient approach which allowed a lower front-end, weight distribution above the rear wheels and a lower centralised cockpit position due to the direct drive to the rear wheels. The rear engine revolution they spearheaded was eventually adopted by all of their competitors but in the meantime ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1969 Ferrari 365 GTS - 1 of 20 made SOLD

    In 1966 Ferrari offered several models: the family orientated 330 GT 2+2, the stylish and appropriately named 500 Superfast, and the performance orientated 275 GTB. However, Ferrari found themselves with a gap in their line-up. At this time Ferrari did not offer a model which combined a blend of performance, luxury and styling into a single model. The last car to do this was the 250 Lusso which ceased production in 1964. To fill this void in their range and to cater for the American market which ...

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    Picture of 2003 Aston Martin DB7 Zagato - Chassis No. 1 SOLD

    Chassis #001 – the very first example Unique provenance and 1 of only 99 built Includes limited edition leather jacket, build book, umbrella, two sets of keys and original service history insert and warranty book The Aston Martin DB7 Zagato that is being offered for sale by The Classic Motor Hub holds a unique place in marque history. It is chassis 700001, the very first in a limited production run of only 99 cars, and was delivered new via Garage Keller in Switzerland on 11 December 20

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    Picture of 1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8 S Fixed Head Coupé SOLD

    Ordered new through Ecurie Ecosse Single family ownership from new Special Battleship Grey over red leather 9:1 compression ratio and LSD Only example ordered with disc-type wheels and rear spats MODEL HISTORY The final glorious incarnation of the fabulous series of XK sports cars by Jaguar the XK150 arrived in 1957, as the company were taking 5 of the first six places at Le Mans. The 150 was a progressive development of the XK120 and XK140, retaining the same basic chassis, four speed ...

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    Picture of 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce - Bare Metal Restored SOLD

    MODEL HISTORY The Giulietta family of cars were introduced in 1954 and produced in various body styles (Berlina, Sprint, Spider, Sprint Speciale and Sprint Zagato). It was fitting for the new family of Alfa Romeos to use a new engine, which came in the form of the beautifully engineered 1,300cc twin cam that would be used in Alfa Romeos until 1994, albeit in varying capacities. The Spider was introduced in mid-1955 sporting a stunning body by Pinin Farina. In 1962, the Giulietta family became ...

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    Picture of 1960 AC Aceca SOLD

    Single ownership from 1960 – 2009 Fully rebuilt throughout including a recent service and check over Original colour specification Huge history file back to new Production of the AC Aceca started in 1954, a year later than the AC Ace. Based on the open two-seat AC Ace, the Aceca with its hand-built, lightweight, aluminium body, followed British tradition with ash wood frame and steel tubing used in their construction. One notable feature was the hatchback door at the rear, making the Aceca ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 2003 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish - 22,000 miles SOLD

    Only 22,000 miles covered Special colour: Grigio Titanium Linn sound package Heated front windscreen Complete glovebox tool kit Previously supplied by Aston Martin Newport Pagnell Superb history file MODEL HISTORY Launched at the Geneva Motorshow in 2001 the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish was described by Road and Track magazine as ‘The ultimate Grand Tourer’. In 2002 it was made famous in the James Bond film Die Another Day, which earned it a number 3 spot in best Film Cars Ever. Designed ...

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    Picture of 1952 Hoffmann Gouverneur 250cc - ex-Sammy Miller SOLD

    Fully restored by Sammy Miller Rare and collectable model Beautiful ‘50s style Easy to start and a rides wonderfully The Hoffmann Motorcycle Company started production in 1949 building the Italian Vesper Scooter under license for Germany and in addition they produced 2-stroke motorcycles with Sachs and Ilo engines. In the early 1950s Richard Kuchen, one of Germany’s leading motorcycle designers, created a beautiful BMW-like 246cc transverse-mounted, horizontally opposed 4-stroke twin ...

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    Picture of 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante by Gangloff SOLD

    One-off Bugatti Type 57 Atalante coachwork by Gangloff Well documented history back to new ‘Second in Class’ at Pebble Beach ‘Best in Class’ at Amelia Island MODEL HISTORY The Bugatti Type 57 was the considered by many to be the pinnacle of Bugatti’s touring models. Sir Malcolm Campbell himself said: “If I was asked to give my opinion as to the best all-round super-sports car which is available on the market today, I should, without any hesitation whatever, say it was the ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1959 Jaguar XK150 3.4 S Drophead Coupé SOLD

    1 of 19 UK RHD 3.4S Dropheads built Matching numbers engine and chassis Nut & bolt restoration in 2005 Bare metal respray in 2019 MODEL HISTORY The final glorious incarnation of the fabulous series of XK sports cars by Jaguar the XK150 arrived in 1957, as the company were taking 5 of the first six places at Le Mans. The 150 was a progressive development of the XK120 and XK140, retaining the same basic chassis, four speed Moss transmission and 3.4 litre engine of its predecessors yet benefitting ...

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    Picture of 1929 Lagonda 2 Litre 'Honeymoon Coupé' - 1 of 2 in existence SOLD

    MODEL HISTORY We are delighted to offer for sale this wonderful example of vintage motoring – a Lagonda 2 Litre High Chassis “Honeymoon Coupe”. The Lagonda marque is well known and respected by vintage enthusiasts having built its reputation with elegant, mechanically sound and beautiful cars; UU7571 epitomises all of these qualities. Lagonda announced a new body design in January 1929 that was to be based on the Speed chassis, it was called the ‘Close-Coupled Saloon’ (CCS) and was ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25hp by Barker SOLD

    Good history folder with copies of original documents Ideal for the ‘Oily Rag Run’ or ‘Hero Rally’ Stunning original/preservation condition Barker & Co coach-built limousine MODEL HISTORY The Rolls-Royce 20/25 was built from 1929 through 1936 with 3,827 examples delivered. It would go on to become the company’s most popular design prior to the Second World War. It was initially built on a 128.7-inch chassis and later offered on a long chassis of 131.9 inches, introduced in 1931. ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1973 Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 Open Two Seater SOLD

    Original home market RHD example 40,000 miles from new and just 5 owners Invoices going back 20 years, MOT’s from the early 80’s Original specification of Signal Red with Black Supplied with black hard top MODEL HISTORY The third and final iteration of the Jaguar E-Type was the Series 3. The straight-six engine that had been the stalwart of all Jaguar sports cars since the XK120 in 1948 was replaced with an all new V12 engine. Jaguar started plans for a V12 engine as early as 1951, ...

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    Picture of 1938 Bentley 4¼ Litre Vanvooren Pillarless Saloon SOLD

    Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motors ‘Continental Trials’ car Second earliest M (overdrive) series car known to exist Fascinating history with close links to the Embiricos Bentley Original handbook and large tools Mechanically restored MODEL HISTORY By the late 1930’s it was clear to manufacturers that motorists’ expectations were changing. Engines were being exposed to the dangers of continuous high speed driving as a result of the new autobahns and autostradas and something was required ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 2016 Jaguar Project 7 - 1 of 80 RHD, 1,400 miles SOLD

    1 of 250 Project 7 cars built 1 of 80 made in right-hand drive First car built by JLR’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) 1,400 miles from new and 1 previous owner MODEL HISTORY At the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2013 Jaguar unveiled a mind blowing concept car in the vein of a modern day Jaguar D-Type. Interest was so strong that the green light was given to go ahead and build a limited run of just 250 to be built by Jaguar Land Rover’s new Special Vehicle Operations. Fast forward ...

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    Picture of 1957 AC Ace-Bristol - Fascinating history and provenance SOLD

    Fantastic provenance and competition history One of only 446 Bristol-powered Aces Conveniently adapted to RHD during 1989s restoration Eligible for a wide variety of historic motorsport events MODEL HISTORY The Auto Carriers now legendary AC Ace was introduced in October 1953. The design of the AC Ace (and its later Cobra derivative) proved to be incredibly successful in competition and has since become a motoring icon which understandably has been widely imitated. The Ace itself however ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1969 Jensen FF SOLD

    Bought new by GKN for development of FF system. Four year restoration by Rejen, over £140,000 spent. Copies of original build sheets and order forms on file. Restoration overseen by marques expert Ulrich Woodhams and documented with over 800 pictures. MODEL HISTORY First shown at the London Motor Show in 1966 the Jensen FF was the first time an all-wheel drive system had been fitted to a non all-terrain production car. Using a system designed by Harry Ferguson, part owner of Massey Ferguson ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1988 Mercedes-Benz 500SL - Full history, 67k miles, hardtop SOLD

    Model History The R107 series of SL models was launched in 1971 as a replacement to the previous generation W113 or ‘Pagoda’ models. Originally offered as a 350SL with a 3.5 Litre V8 engine, the line up was joined by the 450SL in 1973 and the 500SL in 1980. In 1974 a 6-cylinder model was introduced in the form of the 280SL which was superseded by the 300SL in 1985. A 380SL and 420SL were also available during the cars lifetime but it was the 500SL that remained the true top of the range car ...

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    Picture of 1973 JAGUAR XJ12 SOLD

    The Jaguar XJ is the original fast executive saloon. Launched in 1968 at the Paris Motor Show the XJ (classified as eXperimental Jaguar) was an instant hit and was named ‘Car of the Year’ by Car Magazine. Riding high from the great success of the E-type which was now going into Series 2 production, Sir William Lyons wanted to create a saloon car with the handling and power of the E-type; the XJ series was the result of that vision. The Jaguar XJ was at first offered only with a 6-cylinder engine ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 1933 ALVIS SPEED 20 SA CROSS & ELLIS LONG WING TOURER SOLD

    Alvis introduced the Speed 20 in 1932, and in doing so, created one of the best loved cars of the Pre-War era. The all new, low slung, double drop chassis gave the car a sporting look that was backed up by the 2.5 litre, 6-cylinder engine which had overhead valves, triple SUs and gave 90 h.p and a top speed of 90+ mph! ‘The new Alvis Speed Twenty is the type of car which looks right, feels right and is right. From the driver's point of view the controls are all just where they are required ...

    Gloucestershire
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    Picture of 2004 ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH V12 SOLD

    - 2004 Aston Martin Vanquish V12 - Only 14,000 miles from new - Full service history - Attractive specification with lots of options Launched at the Geneva Motorshow in 2001 the Aston Martin Vanquish V12 is a superb grand tourer that was made famous in the James Bond film Die Another Day. Designed by Ian Callum the model features a strong aluminium composite chassis, drive by wire throttle and 6 speed sport-shift transmission. Power comes from a 6 litre V12 producing 460 BHP. This ...

    21,270
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    Picture of 1965 ASTON MARTIN DB5 SOLD

    Original UK right-hand drive Aston Martin DB5 Engine rebuilt to 4.8 litres with steel crank, Carrillo rods and Cosworth pistons Upgraded with AP Racing brakes and Koni shocks all round The ultimate fast road spec DB5 with 345bhp and 353 lbs-ft of torque The Aston Martin DB5 does not need much of an introduction. After being used in the James Bond film, Goldfinger, the DB5 shot to stardom and for the past 50 years has been one of, if not, the most iconic and desirable cars of all time. Introduced ...

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    Gloucestershire