A chance to own a SWB is a rare one, a chance to own a RHD car even rarer. A chance to own a RHD SWB, in such unique colour that has been so well documented, maintained and cared for is unheard of.
The car has in recent years been independently inspected by the foremost specialist on these cars and as a result it has a history document containing huge amounts of information and pictures from its GT racing career. It had been in private collections since it retired in 2001 and in 2015 .
Today the car comes with Ferrari Classiche confirming the car to be matching engine and chassis and in its original colour. It comes with a very healthy history file dating back to 1977, has correct manual, parts catalogue and tool roll.
This particular example has recently enjoyed a zero kilometer restoration, entirely from original Italian parts. Finished in a beautiful Pink and White two-tone scheme, this Lambretta is not only one of the nicest, but also most striking examples for sale today.
This example features a standard 150cc bottom end with a 185cc cylinder head and piston. This is an orignal UK delivered example, with speedo in miles, which still retains its original 1964 logbook featuring Road Tax stamps up to mid 1970s, before the system changed to Tax Discs.
The vehicle that we have here is a beautiful L series finished in White with Tricolore Stripe over a Black interior. The car has benefited from a recent restoration and shows 33,013 KMs since work was completed. The car sits in naturally perfect condition and comes with its original Italian log book.
This particular example has recently enjoyed a zero kilometer restoration, entirely from original Italian parts. Finished in a beautiful Italian flag 'Tricolore' colour scheme, this is one of the nicest Lambrettas on sale today.
The model on offer is a stunning 1959 Lamborghinetta, finished in Orange and Blue. The model was debuted in 1957 as a competitor to SAME's Sametto.
This example is finished in Deep Purple with Ivory interior and has covered just 1900 miles from new, and comes complete with its original Abarth luggage set. A fantastic car to use every day around town and something rare and special to always put a smile on your face.
An exclusive chance to own Abarth's Ferrari edition of the 695 Biposto, the car sits in showroom condition.
Arguably one of the most practical and elegant cars of its day, and a fine example of one at that. We can assure any prospective buyers that a car heralded in its day as the greatest getaway car available will provide you with endless excitement and driving pleasure!
The example on offer is a 1956 Lamborghini DL25, of which only 55 were produced. It features a 2,504cc OHV 2-Cylinder Diesel Injection Engine (using Bosch Diesel injection) that develops 25hp at 1,500rpm. The power unit is mated to a 4-speed Manual Transmission and the brake system is a Hydraulic Rear Brake setup.
The lovely example we are offering is finished in the perfect Nogaro Blue paint (the colour the car was first offered in). It is a great opportunity to obtain a significant part of both Audi and Porsche's history and is ready to be enjoyed!
The car underwent restoration in the years prior to 2009, at which point the previous owner took ownership and put less than 1,000 miles on it following its full mechanical and body rebuild.
The 220S coupé that we are delighted to offer was driven and cosseted for over many years by its first owner and, subsequently, his widow who continued to use the car after his death. Between them they drove the car approximately 75,000 kilometres (46,500 miles).
Our car is an exemplary vehicle, originally Japanese delivered and sitting in brilliant unrestored condition. The car runs brilliantly and sits in the iconic Rosso Corsa over Nero colourway.
Now on 27,158 kms the car is a fantastic original and unmolested example in wonderful overall condition; ready to be enjoyed!
The example we have for sale was delivered new in 1985 to Gaulds of Glasgow and was delivered new in the Georgian Silver / Dark Blue Hood over Grey and Dark Blue interior that the car is seen in today.
The example we are offering is a Manual 1971 car that is confirmed to have spent time in South Carolina, USA. Fresh from nut and bolt restoration the car sits in a gorgeous Red exterior over Black interior with Black Hard top. The car is to be sold complete with Spare Tyre and Tool Kit.
One of the prettiest automatics we’ve seen, sitting in its original colours with great early history, this restored example is set to delight for many more years to come. The colours chosen were Blue Metallic 396 to body and hardtop, over Parchment cream leather interior 255 and a dark blue hood fabric 744, the same colours it is in today.
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