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Chassis Number: 2516 The stuff of every post-war schoolboy’s motoring dreams, the Maserati 250F is the poster child of Grand Prix lore. With its long bonnet, eye-catching red paintwork, shapely tail .....

Chassis 15685   One of just Fifteen Competition Examples built by the Ferrari Racing Department Finished 2ndin class, 6thoverall at Le Mans 24 hours, 1972 Continued to be raced, by the fabled N.A.R.T .....

One of the rarest David Brown era Aston Martins  and certainly one of the most attractive convertibles of all time No expense spared restoration to concours-winning standard by marque specialists Bodylines, .....

First of only three production Bentleys to be fitted with Le Mans-style blade wings Exhibited at the 1925 Olympia Motor Show Retains its original brushed aluminium Vanden Plas Touring body #1195 Comprehensive .....

Between 1975 & 1976, chassis DN5/4A appeared in 21 Grands Prix & two non-championship races driven by Jean-Pierre Jarier Race-prepared by WDK Motorsport with freshly rebuilt and crack-tested DFV engine .....

The second of Anthony Lago’s legendary French 4½-Litre Monopostos  Chassis #110002 competed extensively from 1948 – 1953 in all major European Grand Prix, driven predominantly by Raph, Chaboud, .....

Originally supplied by Shelby American and dispatched by John Wyer to Garage Filippinetti for display at 1967 Geneva Motor Show Used as part of the prestigious Ford Press Fleet in the UK before being .....

XKC 031 was supplied new to the USA for first owner Donald Parkinson, brother-in-law of Phil Hill Extensively raced by Parkinson and Harrison Evans on the West Coast in 1953 and 1954 including Pebble .....

The famous Ecurie Francorchamps entry for the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, driven by Pierre Noblet and Claude Dubois to 2nd in class and 10th overall Class winner at the 1966 Mont Ventoux Hill Climb driven .....

1 of 2 cars built by Italtecnica for Team Rafanelli for the 2001 FIA GT Championship and driven by Naspetti and ‘Schiattarella with solid results including leading the Spa 24 Hours Reworked by JAS .....

Ex-Schnitzer-BMW & Alpina-BMW 1971 Nurburgring 24 Hours - 3rd place overall Entered for the 1971 & 1973 Spa 24 Hours, 1973 Silverstone Tourist Trophy & 1974 Monza 6 Hours Eligible for Motor Racing .....

Ex Jean Estager Tour de France class winner Subsequently raced extensively in France and Spain Modified in period to longnose with headrest  Comprehensively researched history and still complete with .....

One of the last 4½-Litre Bentleys produced Built to new ‘heavy crank’ specification Matching engine and chassis Rare Maythorns of Biggleswade Sportsmans Coupé Coachwork  In single ownership .....

The only Lightweight Squire and works demonstrator JB8 776 can claim the most competition history of any Squire, including an award on the 1936 RAC Rally Since a restoration for one of the greatest .....

M601 was the original prototype Mirage M6 raced by JWA Gulf Racing between 1972 and 1974 Tested and raced extensively through 1972 and 1973 by Derek Bell, Gijs van Lennep and Howden Ganley Notable campaigns .....

405’s first outing was with the works Audi Sport Team Joest at the Le Mans Test in April where the R8 clocked the quickest time during the test. Achieved pole position, fastest lap and 2ndoverall in .....

·      Vanden Plas-Style Tourer ·      Restored by Roger Cook to BDC Kensington Gardens Concours winning standard ·      Exterior Colour of Cream over Brown ·      Sister .....

Delivered new to Lord Dunleath of Bally Walter Park, Northern Ireland One of the last 4 ½ Litre Bentleys produced, being number 644 out of a total of 665 produced Participated in a number of major .....

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C  Chassis 06723 Supplied new by Maranello Concessionaires to T.A. “Bob” Roberts founder of the Midland Motor Museum Collection at Bridgnorth.   One of only 18 Short Nose .....

Supplied new by Guy Salmon of Thames Ditton, Surrey in September 1961 Converted to Pre-'63 GT Specification by Valley Motorsport & accompanied by current FIA Historic Technical Passport Race prepared .....

Chassis OE50 is one of the earlier OE models with the attractive and desirable low radiator and low-set headlamps. Famously driven from Persia to Manchester in 1930 and documented in The Autocar. Bodied .....

Chassis number: 52106 Entered by the 'works' for the 1956 edition of the Mille Miglia An enviable competition history with victories at Goodwood, Brands Hatch, Silverstone & Snetterton Raced by a .....

- Released by the 'works' on 18th May 1955 and delivered to Dr. Cirino Rao of Sicily - The subject of a thoroughly documented two year concours restoration by Thornley Kelham - One of 59 right hand .....

- Mille Miglia Eligible- Series IV with desirable De Dion rear suspension- Recent service at Marque Specialist Omicron Engineering- Restored by Carrozzeria Menini

Chassis B175DK   Fitted with an early Vanden Plas Touring body, this charming 3 ½ Litre Bentley is remarkably original. Records show, the Vanden Plas coachwork was ordered by Major Chandler, who took .....

- Chassis No. 1602 (one of the final 1st series) was delivered by the works to Giuseppe Farina on 15th June 1949    - Driven to 1st place by Farina at the BRDC International Trophy & Grand Prix de .....

Chassis: FW07D-16 The Williams FW07 was a ground effect Formula 1 car designed by Patrick Head for the 1979 season. Adhering to a simple philosophy, Head created a small, light machine powered by the .....

Chassis: BHL3 Brian Lister’s genius wasn’t in designing a car from scratch. For one thing he didn’t have the budget, so he used his engineering nous to re-work existing and successful parts. Having .....

Chassis: 1103 At the age of 22, cousins Leon Turcat and Simon M�ry decided to use their engineering and advanced degrees to enter the automotive business. Turcat, M�ry and Company was formed .....

Chassis: 46525 During the late 1920s and early ‘30s the unmistakeably grand Type 41 ‘Royale’ topped the Bugatti range. With its staggering 4.3-metre wheelbase and a herculean straight-eight engine .....

The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 was the final development of the 275 series and the first ‘production’ Ferrari to be fitted with the four cam engine. An immaculate example, chassis 10681 has had its interior .....

Just arrived! 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Competition. The latest arrival in our London showrooms is one of the rare and highly sought after 275 GTB/C Competition models built by the Ferrari factory for the .....

Chassis COB 6041, a 289 with a very impressive international period competition history, was sold new to Patrick McNally in 1964. This very interesting example was upgraded for endurance events by Alan .....

The Laurence Pomeroy designed Vauxhall 30/98, considered by many to be one of the finest engineered British sporting cars of the Vintage period, had its heart in the 4.5 litre, four-cylinder side-valve .....

Jaguar’s chief designer, Claude Baily, asked on the 16th March 1961 that the production department build seven factory prepared right-hand drive roadsters to competition specification. All but one of .....

Chassis: 14812Engine: 15298Reg: DHP 233 Introduced in late 1937, the Short Chassis Vanden Plas Tourer drew rave reviews from the contemporary motoring press. The rakishly elegant four seater incorporated .....

The famed DB3S ‘works’ cars are among the rarest and most desirable of all the sport racing cars from the golden era of Fifties motor racing. Only 11 factory team cars were built for competition .....

Siata initially built its reputation by providing performance modifications to pre-war Fiats and Alfa-Romeos. However, with the introduction of the Fiat V8 engine in 1952, the company embarked upon an .....

From the early days of modifying one’s Vintage Bentley, a favored course was to use the light, solid and reliable 3-Litre frame and fitting it with the fabulous 4 ½-Litre engine. For many enthusiasts, .....

Regularly competing at club events early in its life including the 1966 Brighton Speed Trials, chassis DB4GT/0110/R’s more recent competition history is exhaustive, contending every important European .....

Ordered through Bentley Boy Jack Barclay by the famous philanthropist John Mavrogordato, who was soon photographed with YV 1471 at Brooklands in 1928 proudly showing the Bentley’s beautiful new Vanden .....

A key aspect of Maserati’s business in the 1950s was the production and sale of racing cars, with the hugely successful 250F acting as a platform upon which to develop a variety of models. At the time .....

Chassis 07437 is one of just ten lightweight aluminium-bodied competition Ferrari 275 GTB/C Berlinettas constructed in 1965. Known as “Competitzione Cliente” cars by the factory, they have many distinguishing .....

Introduced in 1928, the Speed Six was WO Bentley’s means of ensuring the standard Six Litre was to be competitive against the privateer Supercharged 4 ½s of Birkin and the ever-powerful Mercedes. Known .....

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB/2 07341 The 275 GTB/2 Short Nose was only built for a couple of years, in 1964 and 1965, with only 239 ever built. Ferrari built the 275 as a Grand Touring car that would also be .....

Chassis #: 75046 One of only 124 examples built by Alfa Romeo and clothed by Zagato. This Alfa Romeo TZ was manufactured on the 10th December 1964 and was sold to Monsieur Gaspin who later sold the .....

Chassis: DB4/303/R First delivered on 19th May 1960, DB4/303/R was finished in its current colour combination of Wedgewood Blue with off white interior, the same paint and interior it retains today. .....

Built to take on the might of Ferrari, the Ford GT40 was one of those rare racing cars that not only successfully challenged the opposition but also comprehensively defeated it, winning Le Mans four successive .....

Having won Le Mans in 1928 and set numerous speed records at Brooklands, the 4 ½ litre Bentley was considered to be the ‘must have’ sporting automobile for the dashing, affluent young man around .....

Unveiled at the 1960 London Motorshow, this was Aston Martin’s ultimate development of their DB4 GT model. Zagato took the DB4 GT and created a smaller, more aerodynamic, super lightweight car for Aston .....

Ex-Scuderia Filipinetti, 3 times Le Mans entry, Le Mans, Spa & Imola class winnerChassis: 9079 Chassis 9079 is not only one of the twelve 275 GTB ‘Competizione’ long-nose models built by the Ferrari .....

The Porsche 911 2.7 RS Carrera was publically launched at the 1972 Paris Motorshow. Designed so that the already dominant 911 could maintain its fiercely competitive reputation on the racetrack, at least .....

There was no end to the breadth of competitive events that the Type 37A was entered in. From conquering more powerful machinery in Grand Prix to endurance races such as Le Mans, Mille Miglia, Brooklands .....

Unquestionably, the Aston Martin DB3S is one of the rarest and most desirable of all the sports racing cars from the golden era of 1950s motor racing, featuring a race winning chassis and engine combination, .....

The Porsche 911 2.7 RS Carrera was launched at the 1972 Paris Motorshow. Designed so that the already dominant 911 could maintain its fiercely competitive reputation on the racetrack, at least 500 production .....

1908 Grand Prix Panhard – Levassor, 12.5-Litre Double Chain driveThe ex- Maurice Farman, ACF Dieppe Grand Prix Works Entry The 1908 French Grand Prix at Dieppe witnessed a coming together of the titans .....

This matching numbers Mk 1 Volante was originally delivered on 28th June 1969 via H.W.Motors Ltd to Mr R.Godman-Irvine M.P of Burgess Hill, Sussex. Finished in the suitably period colour combination of .....

The road to success in motorsport is never an easy one, and W.O Bentley – the founder of Bentley Motors – was determined to succeed at Le Mans in 1926 after the frustrations of the previous year. .....

Giotto Bizzarrini was one of Ferrari’s most talented young engineers, whose career included designing the all conquering and immortal Ferrari GTO of the early 1960s. However, following a disagreement .....

This rakish vintage Bentley was conceived by the ace preparer L.C. ‘Mac’ Mackenzie for the celebrated Bentley record breaker Forrest Lycett. His brief was to create a light, fast car suitable for .....

An outstanding example of one of the most underrated open V12 Ferrari's. Total concours restoration by the Ferrari Classiche Department just completed with interior by Luppi and mechanicals by Terry .....

One of the most significant early British racing cars, this 70HP Star was built to compete in the 1905 Gordon Bennett Cup. Powered by a 10,168cc engine and capable of speeds in excess of 100mph, this .....

1968 Chevron B8, Ex-Paul Vestey/Stirling Moss Chevron B8’s are widely regarded to be not only one of the most beautiful sports racing cars ever produced, but also one of the best handling cars of their .....

The Porsche 959 is unquestionably one of the greatest supercars to have ever been built, an era defining technological marvel with incredible ‘near 200mph’ performance and superb road holding thanks .....

Chassis: 14415 In 1966 the design of almost every car was made to look 10 years older by the sudden arrival of Lamborghini’s exotically styled Miura. Two years later Ferrari launched their defiantly .....

Chassis no: S106 Challenging the more established marques with its innovation and design, the 4-½-litre low-chassis S-Type Invicta is regarded by many as one of the great pre-war sportscars. Its thoroughbred .....

Chassis S42, with coachwork by Carbodies, was delivered in 1931 and owned by the legendary Sound of Music actor Christopher Plummer, later competing at the Prescott Hill Climb in the 1950s. The bodywork .....

Chassis: 08061 A successor to the 250 GTO in both spirit and style, many enthusiasts view the Ferrari 275 GTB as the pinnacle of ‘60s Maranello motoring. With its purposeful Pininfarina lines and enlarged .....

Chassis: ST3010 The short-chassis 4½ Litre is widely regarded as the best-handling vintage Bentley, offering the perfect mix of a high power-to-weight ratio and sporty, compact appearance. Immortalised .....

Chassis: DBE52 Chevron B8s are widely regarded as not only among the most beautiful sports racing cars ever produced, but also one of the best-handling of their kind. Produced by Chevron Cars between .....

Chassis: YF5015 While the 8 Litre is sometimes said to be the car W.O. Bentley was most proud of, few doubt that it was what finally bankrupt the business. Built on the largest chassis the company had .....

The 105 Series Alfa Romeo Giulia GT was an instant success when it was launched in 1963. The attractive body and twin-cam four cylinder engine, combined with its nimble and precise handling, created a .....

Chassis: XKD545 With three consecutive wins at Le Mans and over 150 international victories, the Jaguar D-Type is arguably Britain’s greatest motor racing export. Malcolm Sayer’s aeronautically inspired .....

In many ways UT 1 is the archetypal Vintage Bentley; owned by enthusiasts for its entire life, well known and used regularly in both Bentley Driver Club and Vintage Sports Car Club events. Originally .....

Supplied new to Neuss in Germany and finished in Yellow with black decals with factory options of limited slip differential, Recaro sports seats, electric windows and no sunroof. Purchased by the current .....

Chassis SCFCV81V8KTR12689 Engine V/580/2689/X This factory X-Pack coupe was supplied new in October 1989 to the Murray Motor Company, Edinburgh, Aston Martin main agents, and used for display purposes .....

The 2009 Aston Martin DBR1-2, also known as the Lola-Aston Martin B09/60, was built and developed for the 2009 Le Mans Series and was based on an evolution of the 2008 Aston Martin LMP car.  With its .....

The Sunbeam Tiger was a high-performance V8 version of the British Sunbeam Alpine Roadster built Rootes, and designed in part by American car designer and racing driver Carroll Shelby. Just over seven .....

Dispatched from Browns Lane on 17th October 1949, chassis 660009 was destined for export to New Zealand at the request of motor dealer Eric Shorter in right hand drive configuration. Undoubtedly one of .....

This 365GTB/4 was originally built and delivered by Ferrari SpA to Luigi Chinetti Motors in April 1972 optioned with power windows and air conditioning. Sold shortly after its arrival into the USA to .....

Built in September 1961 in highly desirable, early specification, Right Hand Drive, 3.8L Roadster was supplied by Guy Salmon of Thames Ditton, Surrey. Chassis 850148 was fully prepared in 2010 by marque .....

1963 Jaguar E Type Lightweight ‘YVH 210’, Ex Peter Sutcliffe Chassis S850666 is the ninth in a series of twelve Lightweight E Type Jaguar Competition Coupes built. This particular car, YVH 210, .....

‘Aston Martin’s DB4GT, [is] one of the most coveted models built in the company’s 101 years.’ Andrew English, Octane magazine, November 2014. Just 75 of these GT coupés were built and clothed .....

‘Only 462 examples of the 328 were produced, yet wherever it appeared its path was paved with gold medals, first prizes and best times.’ Horst Mönnich, The BMW Story – A Company in its Time. This .....

From the mid to late 1930s, Grand Prix car manufacturer Ettore Bugatti had a mighty task: to stave off competition from the Italian marques of Alfa Romeo and Maserati, as well as the dominant German government-supported .....

The California Spyder is, in the words of Stanley Nowak, author of Ferrari Spyder California, ‘An outrageous and delightful anomaly… and one that almost all Ferraristi covet!’ The Spyder, or open .....

The 212 was an evolution of Ferrari’s most successful model on the track to date: the 166. Unveiled at the Brussels Motor Show in 1951, it was offered in two specifications: the Inter, essentially a .....

Aston Martin was one of the first car manufacturers to use the Le Mans designation in its production car model names, courtesy of its class win and fifth place overall in the 1931 race. The second series .....

This important early ‘A’ series R-Type Continental graced the Bentley Motors exhibition stand at the London Earls Court Motor Show in 1952. Autocar’s reporter from the 31st October edition of the .....

The Spanish manufacturer, Pegaso (or ‘Pegasus’ to use its English translation), built in the region of one hundred Z-102 V8-powered sports cars during the mid century at their Barcelona factory. The .....

Supplied new on the 5th January 1991 by Graypaul Motors of Leicestershire and one of only 58 UK supplied cars fitted with catalytic converters & adjustable suspension. Ferrari Classiche Certified and .....

One of only 200 Ferrari 275 GTS's built between 1964 and 1966, chassis 06889 was originally finished in this rare and striking colour combination of Bianco paintwork over a Rosso interior. This matching .....

Originally supplied by Jaguar Cars on March 2nd 1950 to their Venezuelan distributor 'CAMAV' of Caracas, this original aluminium XK120 roadster was built to left hand drive specification and finished .....

1972 Porsche 2.7 RS Touring    Constructed in December 1972 and originally finished in Grand Prix White with Red Script, this example is one of the early and desirable first 500 series of Carrera .....

1953 Pegaso Z102 Coupe By Carrozzeria Touring  This elegant Z102 coupe was constructed by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan with left hand drive steering and was displayed at the 1954 'Salon de Paris'. The .....

Like most BMW E9 Competition Coupes of the period, this car began life as a CS Race car, run under the Faltz-Alpina Racing Team banner and competed in German/European Championship? races in 1972. Sold .....

One of only 123 DB5 Convertibles produced by the factory and supplied in late 1965 by H.R.Owen Ltd, finished in Sierra Blue coachwork. Comprehensive history and known ownership from new, chassis restoration .....

Registered as ‘SON 140’ in 1955, this example was supplied new by Midlands Jaguar dealer PJ Evans in right hand drive UK configuration. Whilst in the custody of the previous owner, ‘SON 140’ .....

This exceptionally historic Dino is one of just two cars modified by Ferrari to Tasman specification between 1968 and 1970. Originally built for the 1968 Formula Two season as a Tipo 166 F2, it was raced .....

After leaving Ferrari in 1961 Giotto Bizzarrini, who had aided the development and design of the 250 Ferrari series, including the famed GTO, was hired by Renzo Rivolta to develop a GT car. The initial .....

Originally supplied in March 1926 to the order of Mr. E Gordon Craig, Chassis No. NR507 was first registered as a 3 Litre Speed Model, fitted with 4 seat touring coachwork by Van den Plas. Featuring .....

This super rare 365 California Spyder, part of an elite group of only 14 cars produced at Maranello between 1966 and 1967, represents an interesting part of the marque’s heritage. The name ‘California .....

HWM was a famous racing name in the fifties; a British privateer operation, headed up by George Abecassis and John Heath. Following success in single seater formulas, HWM became the first proper marque .....

‘A lot of people go through life doing things badly. Racing's important to men who do it well. When you're racing, it's life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting’. Steve McQueen, .....

This evocative racing Ferrari hails from the well-known Garage Francorchamps, Belgium, that was owned by racing driver, Jacques Swaters. Swaters’s Garage Francorchamps, was Belgium’s Ferrari Concessionaire .....

Porsche introduced the 934 RSR Turbo in 1976 for competition in the Group 4 GT class. This model and its subsequent evolution, the 935 were arguably the most successful and significant of all sports racing .....

Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon - Ex-Sir Elton John   'C194 BYW' was ordered new by Sir Elton John via the nearby Aston Martin Showroom on Sloane Street, London. The Aston Martin Certificate .....

Chassis #WP0JB0933GS050921 was delivered new in April 1986 to the Porsche Agent of Minnesota, USA.   Finished in Black with Black Leather, it was additionally specified with the following optional .....

OE228 was completed in Velox body - open touring form and delivered to a Mr Charles Roxburgh in 1925 and registered KS 3083. This original bodied 30/98 spent some forty years in the ownership of Colonel .....

Chassis BEX 260 was built in left-hand drive configuration in late 1956 and later exported to A.C. Imports, Virginia, USA in May 1957. A matching numbers example, BEX 260 was previously the subject of .....

Fitted with desirable and rare hard top Engine rebuilt in 2010 Accompanied by tool roll, spare wheel and Maserati S.p.A certificate of origin Rare five-speed gearbox  Chassis Number: 1129                       .....

Finished 1st in Class and 3rd Overall in the 1961 Acropolis Rally        One of only five factory-prepared, Works competition Healey’s built in 1961        Sold in 1961 to Rauno Aaltonen .....

Rare and desirable four cam engine Matching numbers example Restored by marque specialists Peter Iversen to concours condition Chassis Number: 123227                As the father of .....

Extensive period race history including the British Grand Prix Sports Car Race and British Empire Trophy and reserve entry for Le Mans 1953 Maintained by marque specialist Rex Woodgate Successful entrant .....

A fully documented and beautifully restored example of Bugatti’s legendary supercharged Type 55 Fitted with one off coachwork by Billeter & Cartier Eligible for all the world’s pre-war and concours .....

Victorious in the 1978 US Grand Prix West driven by Carlos Reutemann Entered for Gilles Villeneuve in the 1978 South African Grand Prix Three time Monaco Historique participant Chassis number: #032                             .....

1963 Tour de France entry at the hands of Eddy Meert & Wim de Jonghe and winner of 1964 12 Hours of Huy       One of sixteen examples of the ultimate specification 2 litre, 4cam competition 356       .....

The first Costin-bodied Lister to be powered by Chevrolet Campaigned at Crystal Palace, Silverstone & Goodwood in period Meticulously restored in the USA and a successful entrant for Le Mans Classic .....

The Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 is regarded by automotive connoisseurs as the finest pre-war sports car, a legendary design that’s talked about in the same breath as the Ferrari 250GTO and the McLaren F1. Conceived .....

The famous Dr Roth Brooklands Car Eligible for the worlds greatest historic rallies & race events including The Flying Scotsman, Alpine Trial, Goodwood Revival & Le Mans Classic Chassis number: 35499 The .....

Rare left hand drive example of the most iconic DB Aston Martin 1965 Barcelona Motor Show car Desirable factory colour combination Recent concours restoration by marque specialists Pugsley and Lewis Chassis .....

Purchased new by Goodyear for A.J. Foyt to be entered in the 1966 CanAm Series?. Campaigned by A.J. Foyt at Riverside & Nassau, Bahamas, including a 1st overall finish in the 1966 Nassau Classic?. SL71/35 .....

Delivered new to Italy in 2011, this left hand drive example is one of only 599 limited edition cars produced by Ferrari Presented in a stunning specification of Nero Daytona with a Grigio Silverstone .....

Chassis Number: S 661165 ‘You can never tire of driving a good car…and RJH is superb….I was born too late, too poor, and too far from the action; how I long to have been Eric Haddon with RJH on .....

The Aston Martin DB3S is one of the rarest and most desirable of all the sports racing cars from the golden era of 1950s motor racing, featuring a race winning chassis and engine combination, and clothed .....

- DBR9/102 was the second Customer DBR9 assembled by Prodrive & sold to the Diniz family in Brazil - Equipped with more powerful D-spec engine using larger air restrictors, increased aero package & pneumatically .....

Chassis Number: NH2741 London society in the ‘Roaring Twenties’ - as it has become known - must have been a thrilling era in which to live; an age of glamour, flapper girls, film stars and the all-new .....

Entered for the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hours, driven by Maurice Charles & John Coundley. More information coming soon.

Chassis Number: BA2580 Picture the scene in the Bentley camp at Le Mans in 1929. Winners of the two most recent editions of the race in 1927 and 1928, the appetite for a hat-trick victory must have been .....

Chassis Number: 258 Described by Sir Stirling Moss as the ‘best-handling and most competitive front-engined Grand Prix car that I ever had the privilege of driving’, the BRM P25 finally gave the .....

Chassis Number: CSX 2075 Carroll Shelby, the creator of the Cobra, was a racer through and through. He knew and understood the sport of motor racing and what it took to create a competitive stead. As .....

Chassis Number: 6645 The Ferrari 275 family was borne out of the 250 GT series, which drew to a close in 1963, with the team at Maranello believing that they could successfully develop it no further. .....

Chassis Number: S850663 Jaguar built only 12 Lightweight E-types in period. Of those, only two were modified with distinctive low-drag bodywork. And, of those, only one can boast a continuous history. .....

Chassis Number: BT49D-18 Every epoch of Grand Prix racing has been graced by magnificent cars which transcended the normal creations of genius and which pushed the boundaries of performance beyond the .....

Probably the most original vintage Bentley in the world. An amazingly preserved matching numbers Vanden Plas tourer. Retains all its original fabric and interior in almost ‘as new’ condition. Owned .....

Chassis BX2411   This matching numbers 6½ litre has a wonderful story to tell. Found dilapidated in a government yard in Africa in the sixties, the Bentley started its life in style being sold through .....

Purchased new by Claus Utz of Germany, chassis 9018 is the first of only 52 cars completed to Group 3 Specification by Porsche Entered by Sixtant Racing Team into the German DRM & DARM National Championship  Prepared .....

One of only seventeen Right Hand Drive 250 Lusso’s produced Delivered new on 2nd October 1963 through Maranello Concessionaires Limited, England Converted in 1988 to FIA race/rally specification Complete .....

- Presented in original colours of Grigio Argento & Pelle Nera Franzi   - Fully documented restoration by Carrosserie Lecoq Paris completed in 2018   - Available post running-in service carried .....

Chassis 08891 The GTB was a replacement for the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and it marked a new departure for Ferrari, being the first road car with independent rear suspension and a new five-speed transaxle .....