This European Swiss supplied 1973 Lamborghini Espada is one from the ever-popular third series. This three-owner car has only clocked up 45,000 certified miles. It is a supremely original car.
This lovely Jaguar XJ6 4.2 coupe series 2 was supplied from new in 1975 in England. It remained there in the same hands for over 30 years. Numerous invoices attest to the excellent care lavished on this car throughout its life.
This beautiful Jaguar XJS V12 HE coupe was supplied from new to Washington DC on the 10th June 1985. This model is the XJ-S V12 MK2 HE version that was initially introduced in 1981.
We have a sublimely lovely 1957 Triumph TR3. It was exported to the Netherlands around 2007 from Indianapolis, the USA. Immediately after arriving it underwent a full Body-Off/Bare-Metal restoration and mechanical overhaul.
The Canadian British Leyland Motors Ltd in Montreal supplied this incredibly authentic Triumph TR6 on the 9th December 1975. This wonderful, untouched and authentic car has only covered a distance of 37,975 miles.
We have a very early Corvette C1 convertible. It was hand-built in the C1’s first production year in 1954 in St Louis. Because of disappointing sales, nearly a third of the 3,640 built went unsold. This example was stored away for some 17 years and was bought by its last owner in 1990.
New arrival - We have acquired an incredibly wonderful 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1300 spider Veloce. It is a first series Veloce (750F), of which only 1,253 were ever made.
We have an amazing March 1970 Maserati Ghibli 4.9 SS available to view. Supplied to its first owner in Rome, this 21,192 km very low mileage car has only has two owners. The last owner, who lived in Paris, was a collector.
This lovely 1958 Austin Healey 100-6 BN6, is the popular 2-seater version with a 6-cylinder engine with overdrive. This particular version was in production from March’58 to March ’59. It was registered in California, the USA on the 1st May 1959.
We have a very nice and popular early 1992 Morgan +8 ‘Plus Eight’ 3.9 V8 injection with LHD and standard 5-speed gearbox. A Morgan enthusiast registered it in Holland some11 years ago. It has done 118,664 km.
This lovely Ferrari 550 Maranello was supplied from new by the Swiss Lausanne based Beau-Rivage SA garage. We acquired this 58,325 km car from a Ferrari collector. Despite the relative low-mileage this 550 has always been unsparingly maintained and remains in excellent working and driving condition.
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.
This fantastically gorgeous Facel Vega FV3 Coupé was supplied from new by the Belgian, Brussels based, Facel importer, Beherman-Demoen. It returned there for service and maintenance for a long time. There are only 30 known examples of the FV3 left in the world.
We have a very special 1955 Salmson 2300 S ‘Sport’ on offer. Salmson was a French engineers firm that was involved in the production of cars, aeroplanes and pumps. Introduced in 1953, the Salmson 2300 S ‘Sport’ we have on offer is the last model Salmson ever produced.
This fantastic authentic Jaguar XJS 5.3 V12 was supplied to the Covina, LA based Southland Motors on the 6th April 1988. This superbly original, unrestored, 53,700 mile XJS has always been extremely well maintained.
We have a exquisitely presented Aston Martin Virage convertible is showroom condition. The Dutch based Cito Motors presented this car to its first, Belgium, owner on October 8th 1994.
This unique and special 1938 Alvis Speed 20 “Tourer” was re-bodied some 30-40 years ago to the specification of the then owner. This is an ideal car for the classic events or rallies. A unique and particularly lovely Alvis Speed 20 Open Tourer!
This exceptionally neat example has recently been professionally and with respect for authenticity restored and mechanically overhauled. Initially an American supplied car, it has been in Europe for tens of years.
A very well presented 1960 Jaguar XK 150 OTS. This example was professionally restored and mechanically rebuilt with a keen eye for detail and authenticity.
This absolutely gorgeous Mercedes Benz 280SE 3.5 convertible represents the ‘Top of the Bill’ spec available in the W111 series with its 3.5 V8. Only 1,232 versions of this car were ever made. This one has been sourced in California.
This fine Mercedes 300 Adenauer was initially registered on the 2nd January 1953. Its Swiss heritage belies its typically Swiss carefully preserved current state. This W186 got its nickname from the fact that for many years the 300 was used by former Bundeskanzler Konrad Adenauer as his official car.
We are very happy to be able to present this fantastic Maserati Sebring 3500 GTi Series 2. This is one of the rare ’66 series 2 Sebring’s of which only 247 were ever produced. The gorgeous Vignale bodywork is from hands of no one other than the great Giovanni Michelotti.
Only 626 Zagato’s were made of which only 512 had the 1800 engine. To make our car even more exclusive it not only has the 1800 engine and 5-speed gearbox, it also has the rare Kugelfisher injection system.
This 1972 Volkswagen Beetle convertible is in a fine and neat condition. Mechanically in good working and driving order. Although not up to concourse condition, this Beetle is a lovely, attractively priced convertible and a joy to drive.
We have a rather nice 1968 Volkswagen Beetle convertible on offer. The first owner restored the car and kept it in his possession for nearly 51 years! The car demonstrably has come to us from the second owner. It has been overhauled and restored in the past.
What is remarkable is that this authentic, unrestored car has only travelled 19,037 miles in all those years. The wonderful bodywork has well fitting body panels and really good paintwork.
This fantastic Fiat 850 Sport Spider is fitted with the 903cc engine as opposed to the normal 850. The upright headlights also typified it. In 1972 this car was supplied from new to the Netherlands.
This is one of the larger 4.7 V8’s introduced in 1970. Only 364 examples were produced. This Indy formed part of a Maserati collection, which always enjoyed excellent maintenance and servicing. Its current excellent condition is also as a result of a past restoration.
We have a really nice 1975 Alfa Romeo Montréal. Imported from California, the USA. It has been mechanically overhauled and restored in the past. The panelling on the good quality bodywork is very neat and well aligned.
This Zagato is fairly original and has always been well maintained. The fine bodywork has good body panels. The well maintained Black leather interior trim exudes a great patina.
This fantastically beautiful Porsche 911 2.0 was originally supplied in the States in April 1966. Recently this 911 underwent a complete mechanical overhaul and restoration. Being now as good as new it has only travelled 38 kilometres since its extensive restoration.
A unique 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Convertible. A few years ago this example was overhauled and restored. ‘Lightweight-Race’ specs were installed during the restoration changing not just the car’s external appearance.
This Rolls-Royce 20/25 with exclusive bodywork was supplied form new in England on the 4th February 1933. It was exported to Norway on the 23rd February 2007. Over 20 years ago the last owners were looking for a suitable wedding car, when they found this Rolls-Royce a few years ago.
This fantastically beautiful Volkswagen Beetle ‘ oval window’ aka ‘Ovali’ rolled off the production line on the 23rd August 1956 and then supplied to Sweden. In the past this Volkswagen underwent a total mechanical overhaul and restoration.
We have a very nice 1975 Triumph TR6 available. A few years ago this car was restored and to date it is still in wonderful condition! This is a carburettor version. The fine bodywork has well-aligned panels and fine chrome details.
Only 2,000 PA were ever produced and so this is a rare and sought after collectors item, and one that should not to be missing from any British classic collection. The compressor delivers more power enhancing the unique driving experience.
A very nice Volvo later 1957 PV44. In 1958 production of the PV44 stopped to make way for its successor. This car was mechanically overhauled and restored a few years ago.
A fun-filled 1969 Fiat 500 F. This Fiat was restored a few years ago. It is in fine condition and works and drives well. The fine bodywork has straight panels. It is an absolute car world icon and a special experience to drive.
New Arrival - This car handles and drives soundly and in exemplary fashion. The paint finish is beautiful and naturally this example does not show any signs of rust. It is not often that one sees such an authentic car, especially one from a limited 989 run.
This 1973 Rolls Royce Corniche has a metallic navy blue finish with a beige interior trim and hood. The bodywork is in very condition with correct alignment of the panels. The lovely interior trim is completely authentic with the correct patina.
This particular 1952 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn 4.6 Litre Four-Door with Ghia bodywork is the only LHD example around out of a total production of two! On the 14th February 1952 this unique Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn was shipped as a bare chassis to Ghia in Turin, Italy.
One can clearly see that the owner never scrimped on maintenance. Naturally carefully documented with various invoices. The bodywork has straight and well-aligned body panels. It has a wonderful 70’s brown metallic finish with a cognac leather interior trim.
This car is certainly a rarity considering its superb original, unrestored condition and mileage of 72,000 miles. The bodywork has had a full bare-metal professional re-spray. The wonderful bodywork has perfectly straight panels and brilliant paintwork.
This 1978 Daimler Double Six Vanden Plas was initially registered in Switzerland has only clocked up 126,433 km. Until its import into the Netherlands on the 27th July 2007, the car had always been kept in the Swiss Lugarno/Lamone region.
Ferrari 308 GTSi Targa LHD in a very good throughout condition. Third owner car with only 38000 Miles from new! Rare factory colour scheme! Body is in a very clean condition, without any rust, nice looking paint and with correct panel fittings.
This example has a 289 Cubic Inches V8 coupled to a 3-speed Ford Cruise-o-matic automatic transmission. In summary, is you are looking for a classic to drive rather than restore, then this is the perfect Ford Mustang GT for you.
Somethings used to definitely be better. The eye-pleasing design of this lovely Porsche 356 pre A Knickscheibe convertible for one. With only a production run of 143 cars it is a very rare sight. This car was first let loose on the road in 1954 and has made the world a little bit prettier ever since.
This Alfa Giulia 1300S is in a brilliant original condition. Because of the low 41,676 km on the clock, it has avoided the need for full restoration. The car is naturally completely rust-free. Inspecting underneath the car originality shines through.
This Italian classic is prove of the following: Having and driving a nice Italian sports car need not cost the earth. This Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 Veloce entered the open roads on a nice summers day on the 30th June 1983.
Beautiful Ferrari 308 GTS. Delivered new to Mr. Mc Adam in Santa Monica, California in 1979, by Hollywood sport cars Inc. This Example is never restored and is still in a perfect and very original condition. Only once repainted in the beautiful colour ‘rosso corsa’.