The example on offer here, chassis number B107LMB and engine number B335M, is a 1951 Bentley MK VI Saloon.This MK VI is currently finished in what is believed to be the original colors of a delightful Blue over Light Tan leather interior.
Approximately 1,002 of these Station Coupes were produced with near 60 percent of these going to Australia. Today these Station Coupes have the honor of being one of the first two-seater utility vehicles, the ancestors to today’s modern extended cab pickup trucks.
The example on offer here, chassis AEX 556 and engine number CL2250, is a 1956 AC Aceca, one of only 328 examples produced by the company. It is a matching numbers example finished in silver exterior with Black leather interior and Red carpeting.
This example was nearly unbeatable winning 7 of 10 ALMS races it entered in the GTS Class. In total, 10 wins throughout the 2000 season for Team ORECA easily gave them ALMS Championship, with 266 total points, capping a three-year win streak.
The Pininfarina designed Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced in 1975 at the Paris Auto Salon. The 308 took all that was great about the car it succeeded, the 246 Dino, and amplified power output with a 3.0L V-8 at the heart of its mid-engine, wedge-shaped body.
An evolutionary step for the historically revolutionary brand, Ferrari’s 412 debuted in Geneva in 1985. A grand tourer in a classical sense, the 412 offered its user a traditional driving experience at a time when most of the company’s lineup was comprised of mid-engined offerings.
The opportunity to own a Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman is extremely rare, but one that comes with such a fascinating piece of history in Sino-German diplomacy is truly an opportunity of a lifetime.
The Only Example Finished in Cyber Gray Over Cashmere with Special Ordered Interior without Alcantara. Includes Manuals And Clean Carfax. Showing Just 28,270 Miles From New.
With the exception of a few prototypes built-in 1946, the Town & Country Newport was the only wood-bodied Chrysler hardtop coupe ever produced. The historical significance of the one-year 1950 hardtop makes the final Town & Country an especially interesting example of Chrysler’s famed wood-clad luxury cars. Finding one of these last true original “woodies” in any sense is indeed a treat.
Finished in the ubiquitous rRed exterior of most sporting Italian motorcars, this Ghibli possesses only a handful of minor paint blemishes and scuffs one would expect to find after being enjoyed by its owner after a period of time. Its white leather interior is spectacularly representative of the period in which the car was produced and serves to aid the attractiveness of the overall package.
This 1974 Ducati 750 Sport is a beautiful look into what many consider the birth of the sportbike era. With its downright gorgeous looks, raspy and thumping exhaust note, and nimble handling, this Ducati 750 Sport is a truly iconic machine. Its scant production numbers and the lure that surrounds it ensure that this will be a collectors machine surely to appreciate in value over the years.
1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 - Complete Description Coming Soon.
The Porsche 911 is easily considered one of the most coveted sports cars of all time. Its lengthy history extends over 50 years of production and to this day, the iconic design lines are still utilized. Throughout the 911’s long life, it has steadily evolved becoming more refined but still maintaining the essence of its roots...
With such a distinguished, well-documented chain of ownership, the Phantom III on offer makes for a true collectible. It’s immensely attractive coachwork, and the rarity of its body style further increases its desirability and affirms its status in the Rolls-Royce community.
The 1964 Ducati Scrambler 250, #84653, offered here is a fine example of Ducati’s early foray into the off-road marketplace. A recipient of a thorough restoration, it appears in remarkable condition today. What can be described as a 100 point effort, little was overlooked in returning this bike back to showroom new condition. Highly accurate, one can notice the use of proper hardware, an off-road air cleaner, an external choke on the handlebar, and an adjustable steering damper.
The 1966 Ducati 250 Diana MkIII on offer, #95012, was the recipient of an extensive restoration and appears in fantastic condition today. A very detailed job, a great deal of effort was put forth to make the bike as accurate as possible. As such, one can spot many positive details like the adjustable steering damper and rear shocks. Furthermore, the bike features the correctly crowned header nut on the downpipe and reinforced Borrani wheels.
Thoroughly Documented Ex-Mario Andretti Ownership Purchased From The Estate Of Andretti's Neighbor A Highly Original Example Including Paint, Glass, Body, And Interior Over $7,000 In Recent Receipts Includes Books And Manuals, Tools, Factory Spare, And Period Sales Brochures ....more details to follow.
The MGB is often thought of as the proper sports car. Much of the allure is founded on the early T-Series cars that introduced motorsports to countless enthusiasts. These MGs were the first rides for men like Carrol Shelby and Phil Hill. MGs are lightweight and athletic, perfect for the sport of racing cars on a budget. The affable, approachable and durable nature only increased with the MGA, and then more so with the MGB.
The Allard Motor Company was founded in 1945 by Sydney Allard, the son of a British Ford dealer with an innate love for cars and speed. Allard arrived on the scene with the J2 Roadster, a nimble sports car built for American V8 engines with a reputation for wild handling. The chassis featured a de Dion rear axle, large Alfin drum brakes, and a revised version of Allard’s signature split front axle, designed by Les Bellamy.
The Fiat X1/9 was a bold move for the Fiat company in the early 70s. The Italian corporation was about to introduce a wide range of new models and wanted to make sure the world was paying attention. Who better than Marcello Gandini (the man who designed the Lamborghini Countach), to make sure the world was watching?
Porsche is one of the most well-known names in luxury automobiles. The company was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche and initially offered vehicle development work and consulting. The 1992 911 Carrera RS Coupe was a lightened, RWD-only version of the Porsche 964 built for the European market
The year 1961 marked the debut of a car that is considered by today’s standards, one of the most iconic and influential automobiles of the 1960s. The Jaguar E-Type erupted into the sports car world, leaving its mark on road cars to follow as well as the race track. Design-wise, the E-Type presents with such elegance and appeal, from its long sweeping front bonnet to its head-turning side profile.
Ken Block’s weapon of choice for Gymkhana SIX, EIGHT, and Terrakhana Films. From the rocky terrain of Utah to the royal streets of Dubai, RX43 has shredded tires for millions of YouTube® views in the world’s most spectacular places. Successful in its pursuit of car culture fame, RX43 was also responsible for Ken’s first-ever Global Rallycross win.
The star of Ken Block’s physics-defying, Gymkhana THREE film. The first Ford product used to power a Gymkhana Series Film production. Built for the sole purpose of performing Gymkhana antics, its widened body, seam-welded chassis, and 600hp Olsbergs engine are radically packaged in the iconic drip livery. Since its release in 2010, GYM3 has garnered 66 Million YouTube® views and counting. Now, for the first time ever, the car that sparked a new generation of car lovers could be yours…
Mercedes-Benz has become a staple in luxury vehicles since its creation in 1926. The Benz part of the name dates back to 1886 when Karl Benz invented the Benz Patent-Motorwagen. The Mercedes part comes from Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft’s Mercedes brand name of cars, the first of which was produced in 1900.
Chevrolet is one of America’s oldest, and most popular, car brands. The company was started in 1911 by Swiss race car driver and automotive engineer Louis Chevrolet alongside his brother Arthur Chevrolet and William C. Durant, one of GM’s original founders. By 1916, the company had been profitable enough to allow Durant to buy a controlling stake in General Motors. In 1917, Chevrolet was merged into GM and became one of the company’s subdivisions.
Long before Cadillac and Pininfarina collaborated on the cross-continent assembly of their luxurious, two-seat Allante, Chrysler Corporation’s ever forward-thinking philosophy had beaten them to the concept in the 1950s. As the smallest of the big 3 Detroit manufacturers, Chrysler sought to attain a cut of the ultra-luxury post-war market headlined by the Series 70 Cadillac and Continental Mark II. Mopar’s assault on the Blue Oval and GM would begin thanks to the onboarding of a true automotive visionary.
Mixing oil and fuel may seem like a foreign concept to many off the bat but two-stroke technology has been in use since the patenting of the rudimentary technology in 1880. Over the years, two-stroke engines have been used to power everything from outboard motors, cars, and of course motorcycles. Two-stroke engines in motorcycles saw some use in the early 1900s but it wasn’t until the post WWII period where they began to see true integration into the two-wheeled world...
Starting in the late 1990s and early 2000’s the “retro styling craze” was beginning to take off in both the automotive and motorcycling worlds. Manufacturers scrambled to put out new designs that borrowed updated styling from many of their past sales successes, and the general public was eating it up with both hands and asking for more. Ducati, not one to miss out on the opportunity, introduced their “Sport Classic” lineup of motorcycles at the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show.
Ducati has long a long and rich history tied to some of the most iconic racing machines to ever set wheels on the track. They have become known for producing machines that can provide riders with a top tier riding experience right off the showroom floor, but what if an owner and rider want a bit more from their Ducati experience? Customization is where these beautiful Italian machines have historically fallen a bit short.
The idea for the Ducati Monster was born when heads of the company asked for a new design that “displayed a strong Ducati heritage but which was easy to ride and not a sports bike”. Talented Ducati designer Miguel Angel Galluzzi set about drafting plans and in 1993 the now-infamous “naked” Ducati was introduced to an adoring public. The exposed trellis frame became the bike’s most signature and iconic differentiating feature.