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Tomini Classics

Tomini Building Junction of Umm Suqeim Road and Al Asayel Street. Dubai UAE

Tomini Classics

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[ [ PENDING SALE ]] In the 1960’s, Datsun (now Nissan) competed in the small roadster segment against British and Italian makes with their Fairlady (Sports) model, a tiny, no-nonsense convertible that proved popular and reliable. Towards the middle of the decade, a potential replacement was developed by Yamaha, but ...

15,700
United Arab Emirates

Big, brash, British – all words that could only be ascribed to Bentley, ‘the fastest lorry in the world’, as penned by Ettore Bugatti.  The ultimate expression of the pre-Volkswagen Bentley ethos must the Brooklands coupe –painstakingly assembled by hand in limited numbers. Limited is not just hyperbole either: ...

19,200
United Arab Emirates

[ [ SALE PENDING ] ] The 456 was Ferrari's return to a line of four-seaters after a 2-year absence, following on the polarizing and outdated 400 and 412 models. Starting with a clean slate, the 456 sported a 5.5L V12 producing 436hp, and soft styling that established Pininfarina's identity for the rest of the decade, ...

6,950
United Arab Emirates

With timeless styling and proven mechanical heritage dating back to the 1950’s, this twin-turbo wonder was to become the brand’s flagship vehicle for over a decade. A 0 to 60 time of under 6 seconds, paired to the plush interior and quiet ride, made the 2.5-tonne Arnage one of the most surprising Q-cars of its time. ...

10,600
United Arab Emirates

In the late 1960’s, changing market priorities put pressure on Porsche AG to develop a new production model. As fears of a US rear-engined car ban lingered in the air, Porsche executives agreed on the future of the marque being a front-engined, water-cooled V8 four-seater GT. The culmination of these efforts, the Porsche ...

10,000
United Arab Emirates

Owning a road going Ferrari is enormously good fortune – but to own a Ferrari F1 car can only be the highest of privileges, bestowed upon a chosen few. This 1983 Ferrari 126 C3-068 is a particularly rare example. Decoded, that incongruous line of numbers and letters means: Chassis #68 (of four that took part in the ...

United Arab Emirates

In 2009, Aston Martin decided to revive the Lagonda brand to venture into different segments than their usual 2-door sport models. Harking back to 1906 as an ultra-luxury brand, Lagonda was acquired in 1947 by David Brown, who also bought Aston Martin. From 1976, Aston Martin used the Lagonda name to market a technologically ...

91
United Arab Emirates

A brand new classic car: this is the main idea behind a ‘continuation’ car, a controversial trend recently favoured by the British motoring industry in reviving their brand heritage —Jaguar, Aston, and even Bentley have all partaken in making exacting replicas of their most beloved models. The DB4 GT is a lightweight ...

100
United Arab Emirates

BMW’s fresh take on the iconic 507, powered by a 5-litre, 400-horsepower M5 engine. Pioneered at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show, this hand-built aluminum car initially disappointed in sales numbers, yet it skyrocketed in price as soon as production ended in 2003. A 375hp automatic version was made by Alpina, focused on long ...

8,200
United Arab Emirates

Virtually a carbon copy of the concept that stunned crowds at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the gorgeous 4C Coupe is the mid-engined exotic sports car that proved Alfa Romeo still knows how to make a brilliant, emotional driving experience. But this is no retro throwback. Don’t look for hooded dials or a manual gearbox. ...

100
United Arab Emirates

In the late 1960’s, changing market priorities put pressure on Porsche AG to develop a new production model. As fears of a US rear-engined car ban lingered in the air, Porsche executives agreed on the future of the marque being a front-engined, water-cooled V8 four-seater GT. The culmination of these efforts, the Porsche ...

19,100
United Arab Emirates

A true heir of the legendary McLaren F1 (1992-1998), the McLaren Speedtail is the brand’s new attempt at bettering their signature flagship, drawing on the proven formula of hand-built craftsmanship, high-tech materials, and aerodynamic design. In the line of the Porsche 918 Spyder or the LaFerrari, the Speedtail ...

1
United Arab Emirates

The 456 was Ferrari’s return to a line of four-seaters after a 2-year absence, following on the polarizing and outdated 400 and 412 models. Starting with a clean slate, the 456 sported a 5.5L V12 producing 436hp, and soft styling that established Pininfarina’s identity for the rest of the decade, away from the wedges ...

United Arab Emirates

A special tribute to BMW’s entry into the super saloon segment, the M5 ’30 Jahre’ (30 years) celebrated the 30th anniversary of the M5 model’s production. However, breaking from the uninspired tradition of cosmetic packages marketed as limited editions, BMW set off to create a true collectible: a 300-car run of ...

110
United Arab Emirates

With timeless styling and proven mechanical heritage dating back to the 1950’s, this twin-turbo wonder was to become the brand’s flagship vehicle for over a decade. A 0 to 60 time of under 6 seconds, paired to the plush interior and quiet ride, made the 2.5-tonne Arnage one of the most surprising Q-cars of its time. ...

11,900
United Arab Emirates

Wedged between the G-series and the 993, the Porsche 964 was the brand’s 911 model during the first half of the 1990’s, and was the first 911 to come equipped with multiple creature comforts expected of a 1990’s car, like a fully independent suspension, ABS, and airbags. Sporting a wide variety of engine and trim ...

17,900
United Arab Emirates

Originally competing against the Lamborghini Urraco and the Maserati Merak, the GT4 occupies a special place in Ferrari history as their very first mid-engined V8 car. Sold under the Dino brand, it was Penned by Marcello Gandini, father of the Miura and the Countach, and it is one of a handful of times where Ferrari would ...

47,700
United Arab Emirates

The 1963 Mercedes-Benz 230SL two-seater represented a huge improvement over the outgoing 190SL roadster. Its 150 hp, six-cylinder engine replaced the 190’s four-cylinder, and it was gradually increased in size to the most desirable 180 hp, 2.8-liter engine in 1968. The bulbous bodywork of the 190SL was replaced by Paul ...

700
United Arab Emirates

Virtually a carbon copy of the concept that stunned crowds at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the gorgeous 4C Spider is the mid-engined exotic sports car that proved Alfa Romeo still knows how to make a brilliant, emotional driving experience. But this is no retro throwback. Don’t look for hooded dials or a manual gearbox. ...

65
United Arab Emirates

The Maserati Indy, penned by Giovanni Michelotti as a substitute for the ageing Sebring, was a four-seater alternative to the marque’s signature sportscar without indulging in the weight and handling sacrifices of the Quattroporte. This particular car is a 4.7-litre variant, one of 364 units built. Finished in the ...

United Arab Emirates

[ [ SALE PENDING ] ] The 575 was an improved version of the 550 Maranello that preceded it. The horsepower was uprated, a special handling package came as an option in addition to the breakthrough paddle-shifter gearbox. The Superamerica was the limited edition open-top cruiser of the already exciting 575. One of ...

United Arab Emirates

The name “Ghibli” refers to a particular type of airflow: a hot wind blowing from the Sahara that can reach hurricane speed in North Africa. A fittingly epic name for this most epic of automobiles, and keeping with the Modenese tradition of naming its most brisk creations after Arabian winds. The low, shark-like ...

United Arab Emirates

Around the turn of the century, Ferrari created a replacement for the F355, the 360 Modena. A properly modern car for the new millennium, the 360 featured numerous advances for greater drivability, serviceability, and reliability —xenon lamps, easier timing belt access not requiring engine-out services, an aluminum space ...

6,400
United Arab Emirates

[[SALE PENDING]] By the end of the 1960's, with BMW rising as a sports-luxury contender, Mercedes-Benz had answered the demand of the automotive press and the general public for a more muscular powerplant in its top-of-the-line saloons. The result was the brand's first dynasty of V8 engines, ranging from an adequate ...

5,300
United Arab Emirates

The 550 Manarello was Ferrari’s first two-seater, front-engined V12 car since the demise of the 365 GTB/4 ‘Daytona’ in 1973. Unveiled in 1996 at the Nürburgring circuit in Germany, the Marenello featured a traditional Ferrari recipe: two seats, smooth styling by Pininfarina, a 478hp V12 powerplant sending power ...

11,600
United Arab Emirates

Upon its release in 1992, the XJ220 was the fastest production car on the planet, hitting almost 348 kilometres per hour. The two main contributors to this achievement were the sleek, aerodynamic body, and the twin turbo powerhouse that lay neatly between the cabin and the rear axle. However, despite its impressive ...

3,980
United Arab Emirates

By the mid-1980’s, it was becoming clear that the beloved R107 series was in need of a replacement. The 1970’s steel-and-chrome styling was replaced with an innovative, angular design featuring multiple suspension, steering and drivetrain improvements, along a myriad of creature comforts. The result was the R129 series, ...

5,700
United Arab Emirates

Officially, it was the 365 GTB/4. But after it managed a clean 1-2-3 sweep at Daytona beach in 1967, this drop-dead gorgeous grand tourer has been only been called by one name since. Another Pininfarina masterpiece, the Daytona was styled by Leonardo Fioravanti – a man whose CV stretches from the 246GT to the world-conquerering ...

11,200
United Arab Emirates

By the mid-1980’s, it was becoming clear that the beloved R107 series was in need of a replacement. The 1970’s steel-and-chrome styling was replaced with an innovative, angular design featuring multiple suspension, steering and drivetrain improvements, along a myriad of creature comforts. The result was the R129 series, ...

4,640
United Arab Emirates

The Ferrari 550 and 575 heralded the revival of the golden age of the front-engined V12 Ferrari, after a long absence since the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The logical successor of the 575, the 599 GTB 'Fiorano', debuted in the 2006 Geneva Motor Show as a 2007 model, and took its nomenclature from its engine displacement of 5.99 ...

2,500
United Arab Emirates

[[SALE PENDING. A commitment has been made on this car and it is currently reserved, but you are still most welcome to message us and be added to a waitlist!]] Departing from Bentley tradition, the 1990’s Continental R series kickstarted a limited production of non-coachbuilt, unibody coupés. Towards the middle of ...

25,900
United Arab Emirates

As far as practical classics go, few cars beat the third generation Chevrolet Corvette. Combining comfort, power, reliability and strikingly good looks, the Corvette C3 was produced over one and a half decades, spanning multiple stylistic changes and engine choices in what would become the brand’s longest-running sports ...

104,000
United Arab Emirates

The Lamborghini Jarama, named after the bull breeding area of the Jarama Valley in Spain, was born as a replacement for the Islero to meet USA standards. A baby Espada of sorts, the Jarama was also penned by famed designer Marcelo Gandini and powered by the brand’s 365hp V12. This restored Jarama S is finished in ...

United Arab Emirates

In 1984 the Ferrari Testarossa was introduced as the replacement of the 512BBi. The “redhead” saw a production run that lasted 12 years. The Testarossa was Ferrari’s ultimate poster-car, and to this date is one of the most recognised Ferrari shapes of all time. Increasing the values of these cars have the above to ...

17
United Arab Emirates
Private

“Countach!” — this original Piedmontese exclamation gave the brand’s flagship its moniker, and went on to become one of the most iconic automotive nameplates of all time. Designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone, the Countach’s outrageous “wedge” shape took Lamborghini further into the world of psychedelic ...

17,500
United Arab Emirates

Pioneered at the 1972 Paris Motor Show, the Maserati Merak was introduced as a competitor to the mid-engined Ferrari 308GT4 Dino and the Lamborghini Urraco. A baby Bora of sorts, the compact V6 engine allowed for a longitudinal setup and two additional rear seats, making it a 2+2, Giugiaro-designed supercar. This beautifully ...

United Arab Emirates

The limited-edition Continental Supersports Convertible ISR (Ice Speed Record), a high-performance variant of the Bentley Continental GTC, commemorates Bentley’s world ice speed record for a convertible car set by Finland’s four-time world rally champion, Juha Kankkunen. Only 100 examples were made by the marque. This ...

United Arab Emirates

The final iteration of what many consider the most beautiful car ever built, the E-Type Series III combined superlative performance with the refinements of power steering and superior seating comfort. Its 5.3L V12 engine, developed for Le Mans, propelled the E-Type from 0 to 60mph in a mere 6.8 seconds, far faster than ...

United Arab Emirates

Few movie cars have captured the public’s imagination like the 1968 Ford Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in ‘Bullitt’ (1968). In this film, detective Frank Bullitt makes use of the car in one of the most legendary car chases ever filmed: 11 minutes of seat-gripping, high octane rivalry between Bullitt’s pony and ...

75,000
United Arab Emirates