Commemorating the Centenary of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s Birth - Rare- One of Only 20 Centenario Roadsters Built - Striking Black and Yellow and Carbon Fiber Accents - Exceptionally Well Equipped with Luxurious...
1969 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI - Mulliner Park Ward Limousine - Custom designed for Harrod’s Department store, London.
The most recognized image of Bentley cars during the vintage Cricklewood period of the company’s life is that of out-and-out sportscars and fast tourers. However, it is often overlooked that W. O. Bentley made an effort to...
Chassis# I2272014. Motor# B602372. Rare and desirable Convertible Victoria. Last year of the legendary Packard Twelve. Numerous factory options. Well documented history. National...
Stunningly presented, the Mayfair bodied 540K offered here is a beautiful example of the English coachbuilding firm’s masterwork. With a long known history and an award winning frame-off restoration.
The Packard is in Excellent running and driving order and continues to wear its original restoration, likely from the early 1960s, in rich black lacquer with red-orange wheels. The car would be a wonderful part of any collection.
This is one of the finest, most significant Packards, and an automobile spectacular in history, performance, and presentation. Having been owned by some of the most significant names in classic car history for the past 70 years.
The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith was the world’s most popular coachbuilt automobile in the early post-war era, with the 1,783 chassis produced between 1946 and 1958 supporting bodywork built by virtually every surviving famous shop.
Formerly owned by renowned Florida sportsman Alec Ulmann. A genuine Stelvio with numerous unique and special features
This magnificent driving car received the Classic Car Club of America National First Award and 100 point Senior Award. First year with down-draft carburetor and full syncro transmission. Only 3912 miles on a full restoration.
It is one of only eight V-16 All Weather Phaetons crafted by Cadillac for the 1933 Model year, and one of four full documented, authentic cars of this body style that exist today. Finished stunningly in black with elegant gray cloth interior with rare divider window, this classic Cadillac personifies the luxury and elegance of the art deco era.
Having undergone an extensive frame-off restoration with meticulous attention to detail, this car has been awarded the Most Elegant Award at the Santa Barbara Concours d’Elegance, Second in Class at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and Premier Senior and National First Prize from the AACA.
This 1940 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet is beautifully restored with its imposing Black finish and Tan Leather interior with black piping, which demonstrates the elegant beauty of this classic Gregorie design.