This 1951 Works car was 200kg lighter than the 1950 examples. This was achieved by stripping out any unnecessary trim from the interior, the use on 18 gauge alloy for the bodies (instead of 16), plexiglas side and rear windows and drilling the chassis.
This specific Lancia Aurelia B52, chassis B52-1026, was built for Count Christian Orssich de Slavetich. It was sent to Carrozzeria Vignale. It is thought only five B52s were bodied by Vignale, and only one other in a similar specification. Needless to say, this car is incredibly rare.
The Fiat 600 is a rear-engine, water-cooled car, manufactured and marketed by Fiat from 1955 to 1969 in Turin. The car was only 3.22 m long, its all-new design was the first unibody and rear-engined Fiat.
The car is in maximum storage conditions. Sardinia's dry climate prevented rust from attacking the bodywork. Inside, everything is as it was originally, and the leather seats are in good condition. The car drove the Mille Miglia in 2018.
The 1952 Lancia Aurelia B21, chassis no. B21-3317 was the perfect classic car in line with the Schön family’s style. It is nowadays a perfect example of a preserved car, in excellent aesthetic and functioning condition.
The Fiat Dino was a Fiat car produced from 1966 to 1973. The Dino name refers to the Ferrari Dino V6 engine. This engine was produced by Fiat for Formula 2 Ferrari racing cars. Due to new rules, F2 engines were no longer allowed to have more than 6 cylinders.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is a car series from the Italian car brand Alfa Romeo. The series was built between 1962 and 1978. On 27 June 1962 the Giulia TI was presented at the Monza circuit.
This Alfa Romeo GT 1600 Junior is in excellent state and drives very well. The engine is rebuilt for race/rally around 165 HP. Totally rebuilt suspension and with new brakes. The car only drove 1700 kilometers. The body is in very good condition.
This Aceca Bristol Coupe benefitted from much maintenance history over the years, with recent work having been completed to the engine, carburettors, clutch brakes and steering. Offered in original condition with a beautiful patina, this is a very good looking sports GT car.
This specific McLaren 675LT Spider, chassis SBM11SABOGW675892, is European registered and has over EUR 100.000,- of extras. It is one out of only 500 examples. Supplied new on December 2016, this is a magnificient example.
This Mercedes 190 SL is a soft-top convertible, unrestored and only drove 12000 Km. The 190 SL has double wishbones in front and swing axles at the rear. The 190 SL is powered by a 105 PS (77 kW; 104 hp) Type M121 BII 1.9 L straight-four SOHC engine.
The Fiat Nardi 750 did very well in race events. Superannuated MG Midgets were no match for it, but it faced more competition from Bandinis. Nardi himself raced the a monoposto (one seater type) in the Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti' climb, winning in both 1947 and 1948.
This 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 is factory prepared and drove the Mille Miglia several times. The DB2/4 has a wraparound windscreen, larger bumpers and repositioned headlights as compared to its predecessor, the Aston Martin DB2. It also has a Lagonda Engine (VB6E).
This DB HBR5 was build on a rigid beam chassis and a plastic (polyester glass laminate) body. The car has a flat-twin engine of 850 cm3 cooled by air. The engine was borrowed from the Panhard Dyna Z and produces 58hp which is a lot in comparison to the weight of only 620 kilo’s.
The Porsche 997 is a model of the Porsche 911, manufactured from 2004 until 2012. The 997 was an evolution of the preceding Porsche 996. Changes were made in interior and exterior styling. Besides, larger 18-inch wheels were fitted as standard, and there were a few other engineering changes...
This Lancia Aurelia B22, chassis no. B22-1263, and engine no. 1379, is a model from 1953. It is finished in Gray livery with Gray cloth interiors. It is one of 3 cars built in 1953 and registered in Torino, and the only one out of the three that survived.
Originally designed as a touring car, one can instantly feel the ease of driving from the comfortable seating position to the fantastic visibility. Alfa Romeo 1900s are known to respond surprisingly well when properly and spiritedly driven and this car is no exception.
This Ferrari 365 GTC 4 is an original EU example and only had two owners. The car sits in a very presentable, yet usable all round condition; this is a 72s V12 Ferrari that demands and wants to be driven, looking fantastic in the classic combination and complete with Classiche certification.
The Fiat 1500 was a six-cylinder car produced by Fiat from 1935 to 1950. The streamlined styling had an aerodynamic efficiency that was never achieved before in a touring car. It was introduced at the Salone dell'automobile di Milano (Milan Motor Show) in 1935.
This Lancia Lambda Torpedo (chassis 15725 – construction No. 5763) is a 7th series and has a monocoque, short wheel base (Tipo 218) chassis, independent front suspension, an aluminium Lancia V4 engine and hydraulic dampers.
This Porsche 911 SWB 2.0 was delivered new in the US in 1966. It has been completely restored and carried out in its original color scheme. The engine is completely rebuilt and produces 190hp.
This is a beautiful example of this elegant car. The combination of its black exterior and its mint green interior is very rare and suits the car so well. The condition is excellent. Matching numbers. The cabrio hood is in fine condition as well without damages.
This specific car was built in 1958, the final year of production of the B24S convertible. It was first registered on 17 October 1958. The body was completely restored in 2013 and is finished in an elegant shade of Midnight Blue.
The 6C 2500 was available with either one or three carburetors. The triple carburetor version was used in the top-of-the-range SS (Super Sport) version. This special car has three Weber-carburetors and is the SS version.
This Aceca Coupe benefitted from much maintenance history over the years. Offered in original condition with a beautiful patina, this is a very good looking sports GT car which is eligible for many historic motor racing events.
This incredible SZ was delivered new to its native Italy and first registered in 1994. It has been driven less than 1,300 km from new. As such, it presents in wonderful condition both inside and out.