Wonderful Aermacchi - Harley Davidson, comes from a private collection. This unique Aermacchi is totally restored and technically revised a few years ago. Equipped with the famous 250cc OHV block, a low center of gravity makes the driveability great!
Complete restored and mechanically rebuild. Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock...
Completely original Benelli 654 Sport, unrestored and still in mint condition with only 12.000 km on the clock !!! A Benelli in such pristine condition we don't see very often.
Honda CB 550 - More details to follow...
We have a lovely refurbished 1979 Honda CX500 "Caféracer”. This motor bike was supplied from new in the Netherlands and recently completely transformed to a "Caféracer", This bike takes its inspiration from the well known last century’s 50’s and 60’s "Caféracers"
The SLC was the coupe version of the W107 series SL, the successor to the W113 Pagoda. When introduced in 1971 the W107 was only available as a 350 SL(C). Due to the oil crisis in 1973 Mercedes-Benz decided to supply the more economical version; the 280SL(C).
The car is in supremely original and unadulterated condition. To date this Mercedes has only been driven some 65,422 miles, meaning the car only been used on the rare occasion. The bodywork is splendid with straight and well-fitted panels.
This gorgeous Jaguar XK150 Open Two Seater (OTS) was supplied by Jaguar Cars New York in 1959. It came over to the Netherlands in 2009 and is in fine condition. Just before it left America it underwent a full overhaul and restoration leaving it in the fine condition we currently see today.
Fantastic Aston Martin Lagonda. Delivered new to Mr. Karras on the 2nd of December 1987 in Newport Beach, California. The Lagonda was world’s first production car with a digital dashboard and only 645 examples are made of them.
This Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray Convertible totally radiates the feeling of 60’s USA. Larry Shinoda really did the whole world a big favour by designing this wonderful American sports car. From its futuristic looks to the fat side pipes and black paintwork, it is just a perfect fit.
From documentation we can see that the Sultans` wishes were carried out on the 12th of October 1984 by Tickford with most strikingly of all the addition of a Red Wine leather middle console containing a TV and Video unit and cocktail bar with glass holders.
Extremely beautiful V8 Aston Martin. It has a very solid chassis that is completely free from any rust. The paint finish was re-sprayed a few years ago in Grey Metallic. It has impeccable Connelly fawn trim that exudes the right amount of patina.
This GT is an absolute feast to travel in. The sound it produces is truly symphonic, loud but never vulgar, it possesses that typical British understatement. Are you going to the lucky one to drive this timeless design? The car was not used a lot as evidence of the 25,000 miles on the clock in 2018.
This fantastic Aston Martin V8 Volante was supplied to the Classic Coachworks Inc., of Marietta, Georgia, on the 23rd January 1979. This is number 36 of just 439 series 1 Aston V8’s built up until 1986 and has the factory fitted preferred option of Weber carburettors.
Our car is in absolute top shape. It was subjected to full nut & bolt specialist restoration in the States. Since the restoration, it has only travelled some 1,500 miles and then again only in fair weather. A look under the car is enough to convince us that this Master Wagon never saw any rain since restoration.
Since 2008 it has Dutch papers and remained in the same hands for the last 12 years. As it has never been fully restored it has retained many original features. Thanks to diligent maintenance the car drives and shifts gear well. In 2019 the air-conditioning unit was replaced together with re-shedding its boots.
This car will offer you the opportunity to benefit from an ultimate labour of love. It matters not wether you plan to travel for months on end with your partner or just use it to go camping locally; this Range Rover is up to the task. Be assured your are prepared for all eventualities.
This Volkswagen T2 first entered the streets of Germany in 1970. The T2 was the successor to the legendary T1, the first Volkswagen Transporter that had sprouted from the vivid imagination of Mr Ben Pon. Whilst the T2 was designed to be a no-nonsense work horse, our T2 has not been subjected to a life of hard labour.
50 years old and only driven 2,000 km a year. This is undoubtedly a top-draw rarity. T2 has never had any mechanical problems. In short a well documented fantastic Volkswagen T2 in brilliant shape.
Turn the key to enjoy the roar of that iconic British aluminium V8. What a sound it is too, emanating from those twin exhausts. That is the kind of experience you no longer can buy in new cars. This Morgan makes you smile without having moved an inch. Driving her is just as wonderful.
This 1976 Triumph TR6 has been sourced in the United States. In the past the car had a re-spray and the paintwork remains in good condition except for some minor blemishes. The neat bodywork has straight and well aligned panelwork. The chassis is also straight and sound.
This car drives and changes gear superbly. Everything is in correct working order. The original interior trim is in good used condition. In the past the car was re-sprayed for cosmetic reasons. Although fine the paintwork is not in concourse condition. Naturally there are no signs of rust.
Trade-in car. This is a 1963 AC Aceca. It has chassis number: AEX796. Decrypting the chassis number shows us that AE stands for the AC engine used (Bristol and even a few Ford engines were also used). X stands for export followed by the numbers denoting the production sequence. Only 151 AC Aceca’s were ever built
It will come as no surprise this Maserati Khamsin is in excellent shape. To top it all the wonderful amount of documentation complements the car’s fantastic exterior, interior and mechanicals. There is a large document file containing a complete car wallet as well as invoices dating back to 2007.
Beautiful 1987 Aston Martin V8 Volante. Delivered new in the USA and already for more than 20 years in Europe. This is a genuine series 2 V8 Volante of which only 216 examples are made. The series 2 Volante is recognizable on its lower hood and is equipped with a powerful injection V8 with 305 horsepower.
This 1953 Jaguar XK120 OTS is in fine condition. The XK120 was a sales bull's eye for Jaguar. Brand experts are of the opinion that the sale successes of the 50’s still helping to sell Jaguars today. Between 1948 and 1954 Jaguar sold 12,055 XK120’s.
Expected - 1964 Citroen DS19M - More details to follow...
If you happen to dive into the history of the development of the Citroën SM you will discover one thing for certain: a glorious set of circumstances with a fantastic outcome. Citroën had been busy for many years developing a sporty version of the DS.
This 1937 vehicle is genuine and has been certified as such by external Citroën Traction specialists. This therefore is not a replica!! All the important and original characteristics are present. She still has her original engine, chassis and bodywork; again this has been independently certified.
We have found a really nice Volkswagen Beetle for you. This 1972 Volkswagen Karmann Beetle convertible is one of the last Volkswagen Beetles with the flat front screen. The car is in lovely condition. The bodywork has straight and correctly aligned panelwork.
What happens when Volkswagen and Ghia join hands? Quite right: coach builder Karmann receives an order to build the drop dead gorgeous Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Coupé! Our model is a fully restored 1970’s car. The car has undergone a full body-off restoration. The bodywork is therefor pristine!
Unique is an often abused description for a car. It is rare that a car truly deserves this status. A special colour or low mileage does not automatically qualify a particular car. That is unless it just happens to be a car that at the time was unlikely to remain in exceptional shape with a low mileage, like this 1973 Ford Escort Mk1 Mexico.
1965 Ford Mustang - Expected. More details to follow...
This 1963 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 3 Roadster was supplied from new in the States. In 1994 the car was exported to Germany where it had a single owner until 2014. This car is a very well maintained older restoration.
1972 Triumph TR6 - Expected. More details to follow...
This lovely 1960 Triumph TR3A Was exported to the Netherland some 24 years ago. The A version has thenice wide and low front grill. It has benefitted from a past restoration. The nice bodywork has good quality and well-fitted body panels. The paint finish is also good.
The Alpine was taken back to its constituent parts, perfectly smoothed out and completely rebuilt. The final result does not disappoint. The bodywork is in very fine shape with nice and thin, correctly aligned panelwork. The very well re-sprayed paintwork is totally unmarked.