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Universal Classic Cars

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  • The Rolls Royce Phantom VII was the first to be built after BMW’s takeover back in 1998. 2003 saw the release of the Phantom 4 door saloon at the Detroit Motor Show, the success of the Phantom helped restore the name synonymous with unreserved luxury and reviving the Rolls Royce brand as a maker of luxury cars. The Phantoms assembly is completed in the Rolls Royce factory in Goodwood, West Sussex. Final assembly, including all body, paint, wood and leather work takes place all under the ...

    57,917
    Hampshire
  • For 10 years Lamborghini’s flagship supercar was the Murcielago. It underwent a few design refreshes and birthed a small selection of specialised versions such as the SV and the 30th Anniversary edition. Its long-awaited replacement, the 2011 Aventador, went down as one of Lamborghini’s most audacious creations since the Countach materialised from the Miura. It was of course Lamborghini’s fastest car with thanks to its 700PS, 690Hp, 6.5L naturally aspirated V12, which launched it from 0-60 ...

    3,530
    Hampshire
  • From the years 1931 to 1998 Rolls Royce had ownership of Bentley. From Rolls’ acquisition in 1931 to 1939, Bentleys were built in Rolls’ Derby factory, thus nick-named the ‘Derby Bentleys’. During this period Bentley had to follow strict compromises set by Rolls Royce and could never birth the road going sports car that W.O. Bentley desired. Derby Bentleys were perhaps ‘sporting’, but not ‘sports’ cars. This Bentley Blower, named the ‘Dreadnought’, is a vision of what could have ...

    84
    Hampshire
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  • The original W113 280 SL started production in 1967 after its launch at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show and production ran until February 1971. It was more commonly named the ‘Pagoda’, a nickname that was given due to the unique shape of their removable hardtop. The car was given an upgraded 2778cc M130 engine, which improved performance by increasing bore by 4.5mm (0.2 in), requiring pairwise cylinder casts without cooling water passages. This provided 170hp and 180lb.ft (244N.m) maximum torque, ...

    39,193
    Hampshire
  • The original W113 280 SL started production in 1967 after its launch at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show and production ran until February 1971. It was more commonly named the ‘Pagoda’, a nickname that was given due to the unique shape of their removable hardtop. The car was given an upgraded 2778cc M130 engine, which improved performance by increasing bore by 4.5mm (0.2 in), requiring pairwise cylinder casts without cooling water passages. This provided 170hp and 180lb.ft (244N.m) maximum torque. ...

    85,400
    Hampshire