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DK Engineering

Little Green Street Farm Green St, Chorleywood Hertfordshire

WD3 6EA

DK Engineering

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Rekindling on old British Marque is always a worthwhile exercise. Founded in 1937, Atalanta of Middlesex’ time was short lived, although one of the most advanced brands of the time. The brand built 22 cars in two years of production powered by both a 4- cylinder and in the second year, a V12 powerplant. In 1939 when ...

100
Hertfordshire

Since its launch in 2005, the Bugatti Veyron has secured its place as one of the greatest technological achievements in automotive history. With projected performance figures of over 1,000hp and a top speed of 250 mph thought to be impossible on the road, engineers at Bugatti had to deliver a whole new approach to automotive ...

11,700
Hertfordshire

G,T and O are three letters that adorn the world’s most desirable and arguably most valuable Ferrari. Second generation GTO's were born during the early 1980's when many leading motor manufacturers thought FISA's Group B regulations would evolve into the definitive platform for showcasing their most technologically advanced ...

31,800
Hertfordshire

The 1950s marked one of the most exciting times for sports car racing. As time progressed through the decade it became clear in which the route of development for this class of racing would take. Cars became smaller, lighter and more powerful all adding to the excitement and pure competition. This excitement for racing ...

Hertfordshire

In late 2017 Aston Martin unveiled the final Ultimate iteration of the "Vanquish" which had become the halo model since 2001, when it was also the vehicle of choice for James Bond in "Die Another Day". Always powered by a naturally aspirated V12 the original vanquish was updated so "Vanquish S" in 2004 and finally in 2

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Hertfordshire

During the first half of the 1960s, the Cobra achieved motorsport success all over the world. It dominated USRRC and SCCA circuit racing, and was an increasingly persistent thorn in Ferrari’s side in international competition. In 1965, it finally broke the Italian marque’s stranglehold over GT racing by winning the ...

Hertfordshire

While the high price tag of the legendary 300 SL supercar kept it elusive for all but the most affluent buyers, it was widely accepted that the 190 SL had a pronounced lack of performance. The Mercedes 230 SL was drafted in to replace both the 190 SL and 300 SL and made its debut at the prestigious Geneva Motor Show in ...

700
Hertfordshire

This no-nonsense and utilitarian SUV is fettled by Mercedes Benz’s performance division AMG. Approximately 150 orders satisfied production for the RHD G55 market, with each (when new) commanding a list price of around £100,000, some £25,000 more than the equivalent LHD models. Utilizing its ludicrous 493 hp and ...

52,500
Hertfordshire