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Will Stone Historic Cars Ltd

Marlborough Wiltshire UK

Will Stone Historic Cars Ltd

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Chassis 16331 was originally ordered in late 1972. Supplied in Silver with a blue interior to its first owner The Hon J. Dawnay who did not actually take delivery, instead passing to Sir Raymond Johnstone of Scottish investment firm Murray Johnstone and Co. Sir Raymond enjoyed the car until 1980 with correspondence ...

Wiltshire

The 3-Litre represents W.O. Bentley’s original vision of ‘a fast car, a good car, the best in its class’ brought to life. It stayed in production from 1921 to 1929 and won countless races, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924 and 1927. Bentley went on to win Le Mans an additional three times, giving a total ...

392
Wiltshire

Launched in September 1930, the S-Type Invicta was one of the fastest and most desirable sports cars of its day. The company founded by wealthy enthusiast Noel Macklin with further financial backing provided by his friend Oliver Lyle of Tate and Lyle sugar concern produced a range of cars from the mid-Twenties culminating ...

Wiltshire

Original right hand drive model. Matching numbers, factory fitted with overdrive. Full weather equipment. Finished in a stunning combination of blue metallic with red leather upholstery, this Bristol-engined Ace has the desirable (factory fitted) overdrive gearbox and comes complete with hood and tonneau ...

47,950
Wiltshire

Chassis 06111432 was built in April 1950, one of the last archetypal lights behind the grill model. It was supplied through a dealer called Green and Whincup ltd (it still has the plaque on the bulkhead), in Newbury, Berkshire. It has stayed in the surrounding area for probably all it's life. There is a green buff ...

25,000
Wiltshire

From its inception, the unmistakeable and iconic shape of the 356 was engineered and constructed to make the most of its competition pedigree. Lightweight and agile with impeccable road manners and handling.Whilst other manufacturers were using increased capacity engines to gain performance, Porsche concentrated on lightness ...

250
Wiltshire

One of only 26 examples, this Bristol 402 cabriolet was built using the Superleggera method of body construction that overlaid alloy panels on a lightweight tubular steel framework, paired to the renowned BMW based 2 litre 6 cylinder engine. Post war, the Bristol aeroplane company found itself with surplus capacity and ...

75,000
Wiltshire

The 3-Litre represents W.O. Bentley’s original vision of ‘a fast car, a good car, the best in its class’ brought to life. It stayed in production from 1921 to 1929 and won countless races, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924 and 1927. Bentley went on to win Le Mans an additional three times, giving a total ...

3,392
Wiltshire

F40. Just mentioning the name instills the perfect balance of excitement and fear! It is impossible not to get carried away with superlatives that the era defining supercar justifiably deserves and has been awarded over the years. Hardened journalists get misty eyed when remembering its launch, though incredibly it still ...

28,107
Wiltshire

Truly an emblem of the 80’s. Launched in October 1984 at the famous Lido club in Paris, probably to the strains of Van Helen’s ‘Jump’ and Prince’s ‘Lets go crazy’ the Testarossa was a proud and loud statement of the time and utterly at home in Miami or London. Introduced as a replacement for the Berlinetta ...

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Wiltshire

Introduced late in 1968 as a replacement for the 330 GTC and first shown to the public at Geneva in early 1969. Cosmetically it was very similar to the 330, the only visual difference being that the vents on the 365 moved from the wings to the bonnet. There was however much improvement under the bonnet. The engine was ...

Wiltshire

This outstanding Dino was supplied via Maranello Concessionaires in April 1973. Sold to the second owner in 1974, a great enthusiast of Ferrari and Jaguar who kept the Dino until 1988. Extensive refurbishment carried out by Maranello UK in 1980 when the mileage was 15000. Since then till the present day it has ...

Wiltshire

Lotus was just a decade old when the Elan launched. The marque had not yet earned its first Formula 1 championship or Indy 500 win, and its first production street car, the fiberglass-monocoque Elite(1957–1963), was a costly flop that almost ruined the company. By 1962, Lotus founder Colin Chapman had been building giant-killing ...

Wiltshire

When first introduced the 456 was the fastest production four seater in the world, a great combination of power and comfort yet with the Pininfarina’s styling still kept the looks of a two seater sports car. Powered by a relatively un-stressed 5.5 Litre V12 provided close to 450 bhp enough to take it up to around 190 ...

Wiltshire

With the pure lines of the early cars though incorporating great improvements to its overall driving experience the series 1 4.2 Litre is a great choice for the enthusiast that intends to use. Manufactured on 10th March 1967 and registered in May to a Mr Walker in London this charmingly original roadster has had just ...

Wiltshire