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  • 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 to the rear wheels, and the usual melodic exhaust note that is expected from the marque of the Cavallino. As far as numbers, 0 to 100kmph was done in a smudge under 4 seconds, and ...

    72,500
    International
  • [[SALE PENDING]] 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. What you’ll get instead is a high tech, super-stiff carbon fibre monocoque – not unlike what you’d expect from a McLaren – and an almost fanatical ...

    57,400
    International
  • 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 performance, the XJ220 resulted in a sales failure, given that the initial promise to waitlisted clients was an all-wheel-drive, V12 flagship. Many orders were cancelled, and after ...

    3,980
    International
  • 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, the most advanced and luxurious SL to date. Its timeless styling, capable performance and superior engineering made it an icon of the 1990’s and a universal symbol of success. In ...

    4,640
    International
  • 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, the most advanced and luxurious SL to date. Its timeless styling, capable performance and superior engineering made it an icon of the 1990’s and a universal symbol of success. This ...

    5,700
    International
  • 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 the 2-liter engine did not meet expectations. The failure of negotiations with Yamaha resulted in the creation of the Toyota 2000GT by Yamaha, and the Silvia by Nissan. However, bigger plans were underway ...

    15,700
    International
  • Ferrari’s 599 GTB was already a powerhouse at just over 600 horsepower. However a new limited version was announced in April 2010. Limited to only 599 cars, the 599 GTO boasted more horsepower, less weight and a lap time around Ferrari’s Fiorano circuit that was faster even than the Enzo. This completely original Gulf-specification car, also legal in the USA, has covered less than 2,500km and has been last serviced at a Ferrari dealer in March 2021. For pricing and information, please ...

    2,500
    International
  • In a world of hypercars competing for the most expensive price tag, the quickest 0-60 numbers, the highest top speed or the lowest drag coefficient, a brand stands out from the rest in its vision of the automobile as an art form: Pagani. Born out of the imagination of its creator, Argentinian craftsman Horacio Pagani, the Huayra continues the journey started by the brand in 1999 with the legendary Zonda. The obsession with every detail, from the jewel-like instrument cluster to the intricate linkage ...

    910
    International
  • As V8’s were making their way on the brand’s saloon range due to demand overseas, the successors of the famed ‘Pagoda’ SL’s were outfitted with some of the newer 3.5 and 4.5-litre powerplants. Built on Mercedes’ tradition of engineering excellence, these motors soon proved to be robust, torquey and reliable, and were eventually developed into 4.2, 5.0 and 5.6-litre units. This particular car is one of the few ‘Cayenne Orange’ (406H) examples of the R107 to leave the assembly line. For ...

    7,350
    International
  • [ [ PENDING SALE ] ] What more can be said about the legendary, groundbreaking Jaguar E-Type? The car dropped jaws across the planet at its reveal at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961, and caused no less than Enzo Ferrari himself to regret it "not having a Ferrari badge". Making ample use of low weight and high speed to claim a top speed of 150mph, it soared in popularity since its launch as a relatively affordable 'democratic sportscar' that could compete nose-to-nose versus more exclusive marques. Based ...

    11,000
    International
  • 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 distance comfort driving, rather than pure performance, with the model’s unequivocally retro looks. A silver example made BMW’s debut as a ‘Bond Car’ in ‘The World is ...

    8,200
    International
  • 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. Its sister, the Azure, featured a convertible top without sacrificing much seating space, handling, or comfort. Sit inside and you will find materials of the finest quality: burled ...

    10,600
    International
  • [ [ SALE PENDING ] ] The 512 TR was the last truly desirable Testarossa Ferrari in the eyes of most enthusiasts. The smoothness of the boxer 12 cylinder engine, combined with the seemingly endless supply of power, low centre of gravity and symphonic exhaust notes all resulted in a true driver’s car, and a very desirable stallion from Ferrari’s stables. This well-preserved original example presents well in Ferrari’s iconic Rosso Corsa. A European specification car, it has only had one ...

    8,900
    International
  • 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 complex luxury saloon, but due to their hefty price tag, only 645 units were produced until the model’s retirement in 1990. In 2014, the first Lagonda Taraf in over a decade ...

    91
    International
  • 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 928, proved a success over 17 years of production. This investment-grade 928 S4 was delivered to its first owners in Delaware, USA. A completely original car down to the paint, ...

    10,000
    International
  • The crowning achievement of a 20-year dynasty, the 560SL represents a pinnacle of refinement in the W107 series. While this engine/chassis combination draws its roots in the 500SLC rally cars, the 560SL is equipped with many luxurious amenities comparable with the brand’s flagship sedans of the time. This fully original 560SL has driven less than 20,000 miles from new, and behaves beautifully on the road. For pricing and information, please visit our website.

    18,600
    International
  • 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 ’83 season), C3 standing for the third version of the car that first debuted in ’81 with turbocharging – making it enormously fast, but with challenging handling to say the ...

    International
  • Even by Maranello’s exalted standards, the Ferrari 355 remains unquestionably a landmark automobile. Far more than the upgraded 348 that it was initially dismissed as being, the 355 is the first of the truly modern Ferraris – a magnificent driving experience that luxuriates in the handbuilt aura of its predecessors while delivering performance that remains exceptional even today. First launched at the Geneva Motorshow in 1994, the 355 adopted F1-style cylinder heads on its 3.5-litre V8 to ...

    11,000
    International
  • 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 choices, the 964 enjoyed massive sales success and had a broad appeal along multiple consumer segments, from their lightweight RS models, to their beefy 3.6L Turbo variants, or their ...

    17,500
    International
  • 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 the most powerful production BMW cars ever, true 600bhp leviathans aimed to become investment-grade material from the start. All 300 ’30 Jahre’ cars were outfitted with the ...

    110
    International
  • 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. Its sister, the Azure, featured a convertible top without sacrificing much seating space, handling, or comfort. This low mileage Azure started its life in Sarasota, Florida. Three ...

    11,900
    International
  • An improvement over the 675LT, the 688 HS boasts 679 hp from a twin-turbo M838TL V8, and P-1 inspired carbon fibre body panels. A production run of 25 units, in addition to bespoke finishes by MSO (McLaren Special Operations), ensures the exclusivity of the brand’s limited-series supercar. Tomini Classics is proud to present this one-owner, delivery-mileage example of the 688 HS. The car comes with all its delivery inventory and accessories, and all services are up to date. For pricing and ...

    114
    International
    Private
  • 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, the most advanced and luxurious SL to date. Its timeless styling, capable performance and superior engineering made it an icon of the 1990’s and a universal symbol of success. This ...

    9,800
    International
  • 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 Bracq’s crisp, angular design spanning all the way to the early 1970’s, with its unusual concave hardtop roof that led to the sobriquet “Pagoda Top”. Tomini Classics ...

    700
    International
  • Named after the famous Tour de France, the automotive competition that took place between 1899 and 1986, the Ferrari F12tdf is a track-focused version of the Ferrari F12. Much like Ferrari’s original Tour de France competitors, the F12tdf sports a front-V12, rear-wheel-drive GT layout paying tribute to the 250 GT berlinettas that led the brand to victory between 1956 and 1964. Enhancements include 50 additional horsepower (780hp total) and a weight difference of 110kg versus its standard F12 counterparts, ...

    240
    International
  • 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 car model. From the early “chrome bumper” cars to the late Pace Car and Collector Edition cars, the Corvette has become a cultural icon of the American mystique and love for ...

    104,000
    International
  • 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 Tahiti Blue and features multiple interior and mechanical refinements from its predecessor. Its power delivery is accompanied by a uniquely Italian, V12 exhaust note. See the link ...

    International
  • 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 thank. This car is a Classiche-certified example with a timing belt change done at the Ferrari dealer in 2018, the latest service in November 2019 and the body is coated with ...

    17
    International
    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 and extreme car design. This 1984 example, finished in an attractive black over red colour combination, has undergone a meticulous nut-and-bolt restoration. See the link above ...

    17,500
    International
  • 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 restored Merak was featured in the Japanese publication “The Super Car Origin” (2016). See the link above for pricing and information.

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  • 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 immaculate, one-owner example has only clocked little over 8,000 kilometres from new. See the link above for pricing and information.

    International
  • 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 any of its segment competitors in the day. This particular car is a thoroughly documented 1,000-mile original. See the link above for pricing and information.

    International
  • 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 his adversary’s 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. This particular car, a genuine 1968 Fastback S-Code, has been restored as a tribute to the movie’s original in the correct Highland ...

    75,000
    International