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!
Insanely beautiful BSA A65 Star. This model made its debut in 1965 in the film ‘Thunderball' 'James Bond. This is an in detail restored motorcycle with only 14,000 miles on the clock. Drives, brakes, shifts and runs excellent as it should be.
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...
A few years ago this lovely 1962 Triumph TR4 convertible was completely restored. In 2014 the engine block was fully rebuilt. The photographically recorded Dutch restoration is to a particularly high standard. Since the restoration the car has always been perfectly maintained.
This wonderful 1977 Rover P6 3500 is an authentic Dutch car fitted with that iconic Rover V8 engine. Our car has the V8 coupled to a 3-speed automatic gearbox. In the past this Rover has had a full restoration, the fact that effort nor cost was a major consideration still shows today!
A 1964 Rover P4 110 finished in two-tone blue exterior with matching interior. How delightfully British! This is a car that only needs a few small details attending to. The bodywork is in a good state with only minor blemishes.
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.
We have been able to source a rare 1948 Morgan 4/4 4-seater just for you. This Morgan is in fine restored condition. It has a dark green finish with black running boards. A beige canvas hood completes the external picture nicely. This Morgan has lived most of its life in the sunny climes of Florida, the USA. A fact you can readily appreciate on first inspection.
Thanks to the exceptionally warm and dry climatic Californian conditions this car is still as original as they come. Inspection underneath the car shows no signs of accidental damage and remains very sound. It has been re-sprayed in the original colour due to cosmetic reasons only.
The 914 has always been a car for enthusiasts and this one is no different. The car has always been perfectly maintained and looked after. The fine bodywork has nice and thin, correctly aligned panel work. It has “Bahia Rot” finish that has had a cosmetic re-spray.
For the days you choose to drive around with the top down, the red tonneau cover will compliment the interior trim perfectly. Inside the car is as lovely as on the outside. The seat front and back are upholstered in fine red leather and the carpets are as good as new.
This Mercedes-Benz is from a time when their engineers ruled the roost, everything looks and feels as if will last a least 100 years. The hood also, of course, works perfectly and is in a very good state. The 3.8 Litre V8 engine has ample power to propel this stately German two-seater forwards
Where does one begin to describe this 1951 Mercedes-Benz 220B convertible. It does not really matter to be honest, as this car has been perfectly restored in every aspect. The outcome will be the same: the wonderful condition of this Mercedes-Benz.
The Jaguar E-type series 3 has of late become more and more a well loved British classic. Not surprising considering that the Series 3 is the best of the bunch. This 1974 E-type is in excellent condition. It has a 5.3 Litre V12 engine delivering 313 Hp coupled to a 4-speed manual gearbox.
The beautifully sculpted Jaguar XJS still has a modern appearance. She stayed in the sunny state until she arrived in Brummen in 2016. We sold the car to its previous owner. The car’s condition has not changed since, it is as fine now as it was then.
This is a very nice series 2 Jaguar XJS. In 1990 it was supplied from new in States. It has only clocked up 43,007 miles and remains in good condition. The virtually undamaged bodywork has fine, correctly aligned panelwork.
This is the Jaguar XJS V12 convertible you would want to buy. It is in good condition, has a lovely colour scheme and has had a lot of recent maintenance work. This Jaguar XJS V12 convertible has only clocked up 93,719 km.
1959 was a good year for the first owner of this stunning Jaguar XK 150 DHC, who took possession of this car on the 28th February of that year. Isn’t she beautiful? This car is from the era that Jaguar successfully took part in the Le Mans.
The Lamborghini Espada was penned by Marcello Gandini, working for Bertone. This car is a completely overhauled and restored Lamborghini Espada Series 2. Although the Series 2 was a bestseller, we have to observe that with a production run of only 578 cars it remains a rare sight.
The sublime quality of this car is of concourse standard! It was fully restored to an exacting level of authentic detail by a French DS specialist. Everything relating to the restoration has been meticulously recorded.
This car is in great condition. The bodywork has nice and thin, correctly aligned panel work that, naturally, is completely rust-free. On a summers day, you can open the perfectly working sunroof. The grey paintwork is in very good condition with only a few minor blemishes.
This lovely MG A 1600 was owned for an amazing 39 years by its first owner. The car is still in very well-maintained condition. We supplied the car in 2018 to its last owner
Isn’t this fantastic? The MG Midget is a crazy British sports car. It is in all aspects a small car with its dimensions of 3.48 metres in length, 1.40 metres in width and 1.23 in height. You would want to just pick him up to take home.
The Volvo P1800S is a thing of beauty by any standard, but this car is truly gorgeous. This 1965 Volvo P1800S was fully restored and mechanically overhauled in the past and is still in excellent condition. One look at the car and it is obvious that the restoration was thorough and well executed.
The dealer instructions were quite simple: Please equip an extremely stylish car for me. What a beautiful fully loaded car it is! This Range Rover Sport was ordered as an Autobiography Dynamic. The documentation set includes the original sales brochures, the bill of sale and all other invoices.
The car is in fine fettle. The bodywork is in good shape with nice, correctly aligned panels. The state of the paintwork is also fine with minimal signs of wear. The interior trim has been well looked after with lovely beige leather trim.
Alfa Romeo Spider - Expected - More details to follow...
This Alfa Romeo is still an original car in great condition. The rust-free bodywork has wonderful and correctly aligned body panels. The navy blue leather trim is in an authentic good condition with a lovely patina. The mechanical aspect was not forgotten.
The Ferrari 250 series was the first Ferrari that came in a more standardised format. Previous to this Ferrari modified a racing car by changing the bodywork or letting a client fashion one completely, there really was not anything like a production line. The 250-series changed that for good.
This is the last Ferrari to be fitted with pop-up headlights. Due to changes to pedestrian safety laws this feature is never likely to “pop-up” again in future models. Our car, a lovely 456M GT, was initially registered in Germany in 1999.
The Maserati Mistral is a brilliant car, don’t you think? It is rare too! The Mistral was first introduced in 1963. Pietro Frua drew the design. Frua’s designs are characterised by one mans hard work delivering exquisite tasteful design.
This wonderful Maserati 222 SR Bi-Turbo was a Dutch supplied car form new on the 25th June 1993. It has had two owners clocking up a total of just 67,542 km. The second owner bought the car in 2001 and despite low usage has always looked after the car extremely well.
There is nothing that does not please in this Maserati Ghibli; be it the great colour scheme, the superbly original cabin or its fine provenance. You may have been looking for a low-mileage Maserati Ghibli 4.7 coupé in original condition. We have just the one for you!
We have a wonderful 1971 Maserati Ghibli Spyder 4.7 “Campana”. The Campana is a bit of the oddity. Campana was a coach builder that was able to build a Spyder on the base of a Maserati Ghibli coupé.
Occasionally, very occasionally, the colour is enough to persuade you to buy a car. This "ölklappe" 911 Targa with its “Signal Gelb” finish from march 1972 is just such a vehicle. It is one of the rarest 911 Targa’s from the model’s long, rich history.
Lancia Flaminia - Expected. More details to follow,,,
First registered on the 16th July 1963. It is therefore an early MG B with the trademark pull door handles. It was imported to the Netherlands in 1996 and has remained in the same hands ever since. Looking at the car it is immediately obvious that the previous owner has taken great care in its maintenance.
This example was first registered there in Belgium in 1975. Shortly afterwards it underwent a thorough detailed restoration. The current condition can only be classified as being very good. The quality of the paint workmanship is very good and has withstood the test of time.
Not all Triumph TR6’s are equal as this one clearly proofs. What a car! This Triumph was supplied by the American, Los Angeles based British Leyland Motors INC in 1973. In 2017 the TR6 arrived on Dutch shores. The trip across the Atlantic was just the start of this TR6’s adventure.
This Triumph TR250 was supplied from new in the Washington state, the USA in 1968. About 30 years ago the car came over to the Netherlands. It was completely original and came from its first owner who had kept the car until 1987.
The Volvo P1800e is normally speaking the best of all Volvo P1800’s. The solid injection engine runs just that bit better than the normally aspired carburettor versions. It is also the final version and most developed one of the bunch.
Amongst all our classic cars we also have this fantastic 2012 Range Rover Sport 3.0 SD V6 HSE on offer. A Sport with a 6-cylinder 3 litre diesel producing 256 Hp delivered through a 6-speed automatic gearbox. It has had superb maintenance and is in a very neat condition.
The VW T1 Bus is probably one of the most iconic images of the 60’s. The cheeky design, the simple technology and its versatility were absolutely unique at the time. An interesting fact is that the first-generation of the Volkswagen Transporter was designed by the Dutch VW importer Ben Pon.
1974 Volkswagen Kafer 1200L - Expected. More details to follow...
1956 BMW 503 - Expected. More details to follow...
When did you last see an Opel Manta A? It has been a little while for us too, especially in this condition. This two-owner 1973 Opel Manta A was supplied from new in the Netherlands. It is actually not so surprising that these cars are scarce, the Manta was a successful rally car.
The Rover P5B Coupé was nicknamed the"Poor man's Rolls-Royce". It was as much as a discredit then as it is now. What a picture! This Arden Green example was supplied from new in the Netherlands and is in a splendid restored condition. Its provenance is as alluring as its appearance.