We have a unique lovely and authentic Mercedes Benz 280 SE W111 Coupe with only 31,000 miles on the clock. This particular car was supplied from new by the Palm Springs, Ca. based Glenn Austin Buick Company and was first registered on the 12th October 1968.
This Montreal was restored in the past, and thanks to excellent care and attention it continued to received the Alfa Romeo remains in very good condition. The bodywork is, of course, rust-free with fantastic quality and correctly aligned body panels and wonderful paintwork.
Original and so “Matching numbers” engine. Original and stunning blue leather interior with lovely patina. Fitted with the original wheels, working AC and Lamborghini certificate. Very good series 3 Espada.
Project: We are happy to able to offer this Maserati Quattroporte series 1 for restoration. When it first hit the market, the Quattroporte was the fastest limousine around. Over a seven year production span from 1963 to 1970 only 776 examples were built making it a rare sight on the roads.
The car has a wonderful combination finish of Rosso Corsa exteriorly with a Tobacco leather interior trim. It has beige carpets and a black leather covered dashboard. The interior is in tip-top condition with only minor signs of use.
1965 Ford Mustang (Expected) - More details to follow...
What remains of the Jaguar heritage and the many victories at Le Mans? Well happily a kind of classic like this gorgeous green XK150 Drop Head Coupé (DHC) with a beige interior trim. This is the ultimate British sports car. Everybody agrees that the XK150 is a particular stunning convertible.
Seldom have we seen a more completely documented example pass through our doors. This TR4 has never needed to be restored but has had excellent care lavished upon it, as one can see by just looking at the car.
This Volvo P1800E is in exception condition. Originally it was supplied by Jim Smolich Motors of Oregon, in the United States. We imported this P1800E in 2018 and sold it to its previous owner. The Volvo always had enjoyed excellent maintenance in the States.
Gorgeous 1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia convertible. This Californian issued car has just run a mere 44.139 miles. The bodywork is solid and is nice and straight. The panel gaps are where they should be and the finish is superb.
When was the last time you saw a Simca Vedette? The Simca Vedette came about after Simca took over the Ford France plant. With this came the opportunity to bring the V8 Vedette on to the market. The 2.4 litre “flathead” V8 engine was, even for those times, a fairly modest affair.
There is no doubt about it, and what is more; we are happy to shout it from the rooftops, that we have bought in one spectacular Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV. The car has been fully restored and comes in wonderful "Rosso Prugna 525". This Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV was new in 1974.
The overall condition of this Rolls-Royce can only be described as being lovingly maintained. The fine bodywork is in very good condition and is correctly aligned. The paintwork is neat with only minor blemishes. The tonneau and hood are in good condition and close seamlessly.
As Rolls-Royce used to say when someone informed after the car’s power: Ample! The same goes for this Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow station-wagon. If you just happen to be searching for a unique Rolls-Royce with oodles of practicality, then we believe we may just have the right one for you!
A superbly original Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 Coupe. This car was supplied to its first owner in Long Beach, California on the 6th 1968. We have acquired it from its second owner, who bought the car in 1970 and kept it for nearly 50 years!
We have acquired a lovely 1969 Jaguar E-type Series 2 4.2 “Fixed Head coupé” from the United States. It was sold when new by the New York Jaguar dealer. The first owner kept the car until 1980. The car was fully externally restored 2010.
One thing is for sure, on January 2nd 1967 someone started their New Year very well. It was on that day that this brilliant Fiat Dino Spider 2000 entered the general traffic. It is an older restoration that has been well maintained ever since. The colour scheme is great.
We have a rather unique Bentley 4 ½ Litre Le Mans Special available. An experienced specialist builder who had built a couple of top quality Specials in the past built this particular car over a number of years.
This Austin Healey 3000 Mk1 was first registered in 1961. The 3000 Mk1 was the first of the so-called “Big Healey's”. This car has been fully restored and mechanically overhauled in the past. The chassis is as sound as a bell and rust-free. It had a re-spray in the original livery and is without blemish.
This wonderful Morgan 4/4 1600 was supplied when new by Morgan importer Nimag on the 31st 2010. With just 36,963 km on the clock it is a one-owner car. This is a late Morgan 4/4 version. The Morgan 4/4 has been on the market since 1936 and is still in production!
We have a very rare Morgan 4/4 Two-Seater on offer. It is one of just 58 series 3 Morgan’s ever produced. The series 3 had a short run and was supplied with a 997cc Ford Anglia 4-cylinder, 4-speed, engine. This one is super original and, by-and-large, in an unaltered condition.
A lovely 1976 Triumph TR6 on offer. This example has benefitted from a restoration in the past to a good satisfactory level. Finished in British Racing Green with a nice tan trim and a black soft top. The interior is tidy and authentic.
The Triumph TR6 is a proper British roadster. The TR6 has a supple 2.5 straight-six engine attached to a 4-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. This American sourced TR6 has only clocked up some 42,960 miles.
Enormous,Big, Large and Huge, these are words you associate with the USA, where everything is just that! Our latest acquisition, a Lincoln Mark V, is no exception to this rule! With a length of 5 meters 90 centimeter (230 inch) and weighing 2,5 tonnes, it is the Ford's largest coupe ever!
We have managed to buy in something really special for you. A Simca 8 1200 Barquette Gordini Replica. We can say nothing other than the fact this is a very nicely built lightweight racer. The car has been built around a steel Simca 8 frame with a handmade aluminium body.
The Sunbeam-Talbot Ten 4-door Sports Saloon was hailed as “Britain's most exclusive Light car". Prices started at a hefty £265! The Ten was considered very luxurious at the time as well as being very light. Our car is a very neat example.
This stunningly proportioned T14 is quite likely his best work. The Talbot-Lago T14 America Coupé 2500 Sport with its V8 engine is a very rare car. BMW supplied the 2.5 litre V8.
The Mercedes-Benz W113 “Pagoda" is one of the most beautiful cars ever designed in Stuttgart. Our one has been restored. It is a matching numbers car and still bears her original colour scheme of “Papyrusweiß” and Black leather interior.
1974 Mercedes Benz S-Klasse W116 450 (Expected) - More details to follow...
The Ferrari 512 BBi is an exceptional car in any version or condition, with only 1,007 built. Taking its current shape, our car is unique. In 2015 we sold this Ferrari 512 BBi to the previous owner. Five years on and 5,000 km further he decided to part exchange the car with ourselves.
Not only does this Dino 206 GT look good on the outside, the interior is also fantastic making this a very desirable car. One look at the Veglia Borletti instrument panel will convince that you are in a very special car.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale. Free configuration on order for delivery in second quarter of 2021. • free configuration - you decide color and options. • impeccable new car with full manufacturer´s warranty. • manufacturer´s delivery date: Q1 2021.
The Ford Mustang, the brainchild of Lee Iaccona, an automotive genius. Since 1964 the Mustang has featured in the Ford price list, always adjusting to the demands of any particular period. Our car is an impressive 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350.
A glamorous car like a Citroën DS 21 convertible deserves a good life and not to be static in some backwater. When the DS was supplied in 1968 it had extensive Dinitrol treatment to protect it from the harsh Swedish winters.
This very fine BMW was supplied from new on the 2nd January 1984. The car has clearly only had the most caring of owners. The car is accident free and still has most of its first cover of paintwork.
We have a recently and lovingly restored and rebuilt 1966 Volvo P1800 S on offer. This version has the powerful B18 carburetor engine and manual transmission with overdrive. There are numerous invoices documenting the restoration.
All right, tell me! Gorgeous, special, but not for me? There are no other choices available when it comes to the Alfa Romeo RZ. Perhaps the contrasting opinions are even greater with its closed brother: the Alfa Romeo SZ.
It would appear that previous owners kept the car for special occasions and even then did not seem to make enough use of the opportunity. Having said that, she has not lacked in attention over the last 17 years. She is in a brilliant condition, bordering on the new.
This Ferrai has it all: exceptionally good looks, marvellous service history and caring owners. In short: the whole picture should be right, exactly like this Ferrari 360 Modena F1 is. Are you the one who will continue this Ferrai’s fantastic journey?
This one is a series 2 Dino 246 GT, recognisable by its 14” Crommodora wheels and parallel windscreen wipers. This car has had one owner over the last 44 years. As you can readily imagine, the car has always been very well look after.
This Maserati Ghibli SS comes with a Maserati Classiche certificate. We suspect that the Maserati Ghibli SS is, in part thanks to its 4.9 litre engine, probably the finest 70’s Maserati and even possibly the finest Maserati of all.
This Porsche 356B does just look good, it also happens to have matching numbers. The interior trim was also completely re-upholstered. Cost nor effort was spared in bringing this Porsche 356B up to a better condition than it was when it initially left the factory in 1962. The final result is blindingly stunning!
The MGA remains a lovely classic British favourite. A lovely design, good chassis, great little 1.5 4-cylinder engine. The MGA has all the ingredients to create a very fine sports car. Even though production ceased a long time ago, this 1959 one has it in heaps.
The engine has done 80,000 km and had an overhaul in the past. The engine runs well and the gearbox shifts smoothly and has no play. In short, this is a fantastic MG TF that would not need a lot of attention to bring it back to its former glory, not to mention its impeccable provenance.
It is quite remarkable to get a British sports car in from its first Dutch owner. Who in the world still owns his or her newly acquired car after 52 years? This is a real nice drivers car. It is an older restoration that is still in very good shape.
This specific Triumph TR2 is in brilliant condition. The stickers from taking part in the last Mille Miglia are still on the car. The car has successfully taken part in quite a few classic rallies. The car is Fiva certificated (the actual certificate is included in the documentation pack) as well as having a FIA Heritage Certificate.
The Renault-Sport-Spider is typically a car never to be repeated and was only fully understood long after production ceased. In the 90’s car manufacturers were still able to design a car with only one thought in mind: Drive ecstasy!
1966 Porsche 912 SWB - Expected. More details to follow...
This is the most rarest Ford Mustang ever made! Only 0.3% of all Ford Mustangs are 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible K-Codes. Only 181 were ever built. At the time the K-Code was the most expensive option available.
1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 FHC - More details to follow...