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Chassis Nr.: 16736 Engine Nr.: 75040 The Amilcar CGS Grand Sport was a popular inter war lightweight sports car, manufactured by the French automobile maker Amilcar between 1923 and 1925. A response .....

In 1925, Lagonda decided to steer the company on a slightly different route. Lagonda was known for very nimble and light cars but decided to start heading to more luxurious and sporting models. The Lagonda .....

Chassis number : B-170-GA Engine number : C 8 BF Information to follow soon Price upon request

In 1963 on the Geneva Motor show, the all new W113, Mercedes 'Pagoda' 230SL was introduced. Its very sleek and elegant design introduced a complete new Design wind within Mercedes. Beautifully designed .....

Registration: PN 1562 Engine number: S-MR3396 Fitted with factory correct Bentley Supercharger. Chassis Number: TX3227 According to the information available in the latest edition of the amazingly .....

Chassis Number: 601307/AEC108 Engine Number: 196874 Recorded fully in the Riley Register John Treen was an English amateur car builder during the 40’s and 50’s, he built predominantly .....

Chassis Number: S 678409 Body Number: P 2689 Engine Number: F 3509-8S Jaguar Heritage certificate #43633, and fully original. Originally designed to showcase Jaguar's new twin-cam .....

This Phantom I is the one to drive on the continent, it was first delivered in Paris and is therefore one of the very few original left hand drive. ? Complete recent engine rebuild, technically in excellent .....

The Packard Clipper was built by the Packard Motor Car Company (and by the later Studebaker-Packard Corporation) for a very limited period only, The Clipper was classified as a stand-alone marque, It .....

The HRG Engineering Company also known as HRG, was a British car manufacturer based in Tolworth, Surrey. Founded by Major Edward Halford, Guy Robins and Henry Ronald Godfrey, its name was created from .....

The Lagonda Rapier was a small car produced by the British Lagonda company from 1934 to 1935. A few more, 46 only, were subsequently produced by the independent Rapier Car Company. At the heart of the .....

The Rolls-Royce Phantom II was the third and last of Rolls-Royce's 40/50 hp models, replacing the New Phantom in 1929. It used an improved version of the Phantom I engine in an all-new chassis. A "Continental" .....

What more do we need to say, just look at this amazing bodywork, The attention to detail and those lines, German Quality! The car was constructed in 1935 as a Mercedes 290 Sedan which was used as a .....

This wonderful and rare Invicta S type Low Chassis Drophead Coupé was first registered on October 1st 1934 to a Mr. Sparrowhawk. Being an S type it was fitted with a Carbodies open Tourer body. In 1938 .....

This well-known Silverstone was first registered on 4th May 1950, although the chassis number indicates that it was built in 1949. 'D36' was despatched to Scotland where it was purchased new by one D .....

Registration: Belgian registered Chassis number: 51386 Engine number: 51368 Body number: --- This fabulous looking Art-Deco or to be precise “Streamline Moderne” bodywork was designed by .....

The Salmson Motors Company was from 1913 to 1962 one of the major French aerospace and automobile manufacturers alongside Hispano-Suiza, Avions Voisin, Renault or Lorraine-Dietrich. Founded in Billancourt .....

Absolutely beautiful example of one of Lagonda’s best kept secrets. This extremely rare car is in its original condition, being extremely well maintained over the years and not messed about with, it .....

UK Registration: XY 974 Chassis number: OE 153 Engine Number: OE 153 Body number: OE 153 Totally original Vauxhall 90/98 OE, with its original Velox body still fitted, Matching engine and chassis .....

First registered June 1930. GJ 6301 Original UK Registration: GJ 6301 Current UK Registration: GJ 6301 Original Chassis number: 3665 Current Chassis number: 3665 Original Engine Number: .....

1949 Dagrada Giannini 750S Siluro Original participant to the 1950 Mille Miglia, fully restored original car (FIVA A3). Guaranteed entry to the most beautiful race in the world, the Mille Miglia. See .....

Chassis number: 49558 Engine number: 49558 / L445 - Prestigious brand - High standard restoration - Exceptional and rich history - Unique Gangloff design attributes - Very capable for touring .....

Registration: Dutch registered Colour: Black with silver wheels Interior: Black Chassis number: D4/417/L Engine number: D4/417/L In 1934 The new updated version of the famous Aston Martin .....

AC 16/80 two seater competition sports SWB. Produced on the 28th March 1938 (chassis no L 635). The engine is a two litre straight six with ohc and triple su carburettors. It is one of only fifteen 16/80 .....

The TA Midget replaced the PB in 1936. It was an evolution of the previous car and was 3 inches (76 mm) wider in its track at 45 inches (1,100 mm) and 7 inches (180 mm) longer in its wheelbase at 94 inches .....

Having established its reputation by winning the Moscow - St Petersburg Reliability Trial of 1910 with a 30hp six, Lagonda concentrated mainly on the production of light cars before reverting to sporting .....

Original UK Registration: AYO 875 (Now Dutch registered) Chassis number: B-14-AH Engine number: N-6-BM Body number: Very early and still original Derby Bentley 3,5 litre Sports saloon. Bought in .....

UK Registration: AYV 918 Chassis number : 11562 Engine number: 12011 Car number: 16525 Body number: 53568 All the numbers above are the “Actual numbers” shown on the Alvis records that accompany .....

In 1951, Mercedes introduced its 220 series. Together with the flagship 300 series, these were the first post-war Mercedes with a complete new and cutting-edge 6-cylinder engine. Sporty performance, .....

The HRG Engineering Company also known as HRG, was a British car manufacturer based in Tolworth, Surrey. Founded by Major Edward Halford, Guy Robins and Henry Ronald Godfrey, its name was created from .....

In 1963 on the Geneva Motor show, the all new W113, Mercedes 'Pagoda' 230SL was introduced. Its very sleek and elegant design introduced a complete new Design wind within Mercedes. Beautifully designed .....

The second world war marked a turning point for the stylish British car manufacturer Alvis. The conflict saw the company more focused on their aero engine and military vehicle business, and although they .....

In 1933, Lagonda decided to cooperate with Meadows for their new 4.5l powerplant. This 6-cylinder in line engine was the largest so far and was fitted in the all new M45 Lagonda. On the exterior the Tourers .....

Swallow Sidecar Company Ltd started in 1922 in the city of Blackpool. After mainly manufacturing sidecars, they started production of their first cars, the SS1 (6-cylinder) and SS2 (4-cylinder) in 1932. Only .....

1930 was the year that Delage introduced the D6 model range. The 6-cylinder engine was mainly developed for Delage’s luxury cars whose lifespan continued even after World War II until 1953. Starting .....