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MG-B SEC Turbo, 1980

MG-B SEC Turbo, 1980

One of only 5 made MG-B SEC Turbo's. The Special Edition Classics were a small production of Turbo-charged cars which were made by the MGOC and Roche Bentley, in co-operation with Broadspeed. Only 2 cars are known to have survived.

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Chevron B19 BDG

Chevron B19 BDG

The ex Ray Bellm 1985 season racing-car. Then raced in white/green Waspeze colours. Winner of the 1985 Silverstone Club Circuit race and the 1985 Brands Hatch GP Circuit race. Comes with new FIA HTP.

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Ferrari 195 Inter Ghia, 1950.

Ferrari 195 Inter Ghia, 1950.

This 195 Inter Ghia is the actual car that was shown on the 1950 Torino Motorshow. It was sold inside Italy and then exported in the late 1950's to America. There it had Richard F. Merritt and later Gerald T. Sutterfield as it first owners.

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Riley Sprite Prototype, 1935.

Riley Sprite Prototype, 1935.

Factory competition department prepared prototype on a MPH chassis. It received various engine- and brake-modifications by the factory. Used in competition by the works and by Cecil Riley himself.

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Grac MT-14B, 1972.

Grac MT-14B, 1972.

This MT-14B is just one of only 110 racing-cars made by the French race-car constructor. It won both the 1973 Greek hill-climb and track-racing Championship overall. Race-ready with new FIA HTP.

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Lancia B20 MM Coupe, 1952.

Lancia B20 MM Coupe, 1952.

This 1952 Lancia Aurelia B20 Series-2 Coupe was driven in the 1952 Mille Miglia with drivers G. Richter and A. Nicolai. In 2016 this RHD car had a complete mechanical overhaul by a highly reputed Lancia Specialist.

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Porsche 911 RUF Turbo 3.3, 1978.

Porsche 911 RUF Turbo 3.3, 1978.

Excellent and original Porsche 911 Turbo which had serious body and mechanical modifications by RUF. Now the engine is in 3.3 litre specifications with 400 HP. Well maintained, documented and recently serviced. Impressive performance!

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Maserati Trofeo, 2003

Maserati Trofeo, 2003

Rare limited production Maserati Trofeo racing-car. These cars were raced in a Maserati organised one-make race-championship. These lightened racing-cars were tuned to 415 HP by revised engine-mapping.

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Austin Mini Cooper S Racing, 1971.

Austin Mini Cooper S Racing, 1971.

Constructed new for the 2012 Period-G German Touring-car Championship, according to Appendix K. Raced very successfully in the 2012 to end 2015 Championship and some long-distance race-events.

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Lola T492, 1978.

Lola T492, 1978.

This Lola T492 Sports 2000 was sold in 1978 directly into Sweden thru their local importer. It did remain in Sweden for the rest of its life. In good overall condition.

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Mercedes SLS AMG, 2010.

Mercedes SLS AMG, 2010.

One-owner Mercedes Benz SLS AMG delivered new by Belgium dealer to the first owner. The car is an actual full option car, including B&O sound-system. 37.000 Km's done only!

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Porsche 911 S Targa, 1972.

Porsche 911 S Targa, 1972.

Original Left Hand Drive 1972 Porsche 911 S Targa in the original tangerine colour. Only had 4 owners since new who all took great care of the car. In very original condition.

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Mercedes 300 SEL 6.3, 1969.

Mercedes 300 SEL 6.3, 1969.

The late 60's luxury car that Mercedes did fit with the powerfull M100 V8 engine. With its Paul Bracq designed bodywork this was a limousine that was capable of cruising at 200 km/h. Total production of the 300 SEL 6.3 was 6.500 units.

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Chevron B16 - Continuation.

Chevron B16 - Continuation.

The very first continuation car constructed by Vin Malkie of Chevron Racing in 2006. Raced in FIA events by various owners. Overal winner of the 2008 Sport Proto VdeV Championship.

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