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We have been appointed as exclusive agents for the sale of all cars in this section. Feel free to browse through the inventory and do contact us for further details and images.

Porsche 911 3.2 Club Sport, 1989.

Porsche 911 3.2 Club Sport, 1989.

One of the rare limited production of only 340 Carrera 3.2 Club Sport cars. In excellent and original condition. Well maintained and recently completely serviced.

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Frazer Nash TT Rep, 1933.

Frazer Nash TT Rep, 1933.

This is a short-chassis chain-drive car with Elkington narrow body-work. Fully documented and always maintained by known people from the Frazer Nash scene. Comes with VSCC pass, new FIVA pass, new FIA HTP and its original registration.

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Ford RS200-S Group-B, 1986.

Ford RS200-S Group-B, 1986.

This is one of the few 350 HP S-versions that were constructed in the Ford RS200 range. This was the personal car of the guy who was the driving force behind the S-version.

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Ford Shoebox Special, 1950.

Ford Shoebox Special, 1950.

This 1950 Ford Tudor Coupe has been customized by a professional German workshop and taken to a very high level of finish. All materials used were of top quality, as used by top German car makers. High performance, top finish and too many options to mention.

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Riley Brooklands, 1930.

Riley Brooklands, 1930.

This Riley Brooklands is one of 3 factory Speed model demonstrators. The car was bought and road registered by Edgar Kehoe in 1930. Used and raced by Kehoe over a period of 23 years. Well maintained and well preserved.

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Siata 300BC Spider, 1953.

Siata 300BC Spider, 1953.

This is one of only 50 Siata 300BC Spiders that were made by Siata, starting production in 1951. Bodies were made for Siata by Bertone and Motto, this being one of the Bertone bodied cars.

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Ferrari Testarossa, 1989.

Ferrari Testarossa, 1989.

This is an excellent 3-owner car with a total mileage of only 29.000 Km's. Sold new in Monte Carlo and presently with private EEC status. Complete with all manuals and tools. New MOT and service done in February 2016.

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Ford RS500, 2010.

Ford RS500, 2010.

One of a limited production of 500 cars only. Engine is 2.5 litre 5-cilinder with turbo. Output is an impressive 350 HP with 460 Nm torque. Top-speed of this front-wheel drive car is 265 Km/Hour. Total mileage of 24.500 Km's only.

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Ford A-Roadster HiBoy, 1930.

Ford A-Roadster HiBoy, 1930.

Genuine steel bodied Ford A-roadster HiBoy. Already part of the Hot Rod scene for over 43 years. Created in the early 1970's by the legendary Ed Belknap, the designer of the famous Super Bell Coupe.

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Aston Martin Vantage GT3, 2012.

Aston Martin Vantage GT3, 2012.

This is a rare early production 2012 version of Aston Martin's customer race-car. It had been developed by Aston Martin Racing and was fitted with the 6 litre dry-sumped V12 Vantage engine with 600 HP.

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Ferrari 308 GTS, 1978.

Ferrari 308 GTS, 1978.

This car is a 250 HP carburator version. It is a very original and well maintained car. It has done 22.000 Km's since the engine rebuild.

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Chevron B61, 1984.

Chevron B61, 1984.

Original works development Chevron B61, built in 1984, and originally fitted with a BDA engine. It was run as a works entry. Later fitted with a MASS Cosworth YB 2.2 litre engine. Now with a fresh rebuild engine, absolutely on the button and produces 280 bhp. Hewland Mk 9 gearbox. New clutch. One extra set of centre-lock Chevron wheels fitted with slick tyres. Complete with an extensive history file.

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Ferrari 308 GTSi, 1980.

Ferrari 308 GTSi, 1980.

This Ferrari 308 GTSi was manufactured by Ferrari SpA in October 1980 with its present body-colour Bianco Fer-100. Most likely it went to the USA first. From there it spent time in Japan to end up in Europe again.

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Ferrari 348 TS, 1991.

Ferrari 348 TS, 1991.

This Ferrari 348 TS left the factory in Rosso Corsa colour in late 1990 and was intended for the Japanese market. It was first road-registered there in January 1991. Now back in Europe with only 24.800 Km's on the clock.

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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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Corvette C2 FIA competition, 1964.

Corvette C2 FIA competition, 1964.

1964 Competition Corvette to FIA regulations. Restored and prepared by French specialist in 2009. Maintained and improved by Dutch Corvette specialist since then. Presently prepared for long-distance events.

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Denzel WD1300 Super Sport, 1954.

Denzel WD1300 Super Sport, 1954.

Aluminium bodied Super Sports version made in limited production in Austria by former motorcycle racer and engineer Wolfgang Denzel. This particular one had competition specifications and has period competition history.

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Jaguar E lightweight FIA, 1964

Jaguar E lightweight FIA, 1964

Eagle Racing and Pearson Engineering restored lightweight E-Type replica. Fully prepared for FIA racing. Very well sorted by experts over a period of several years. Comes with alloy block engine and steel block engine as well.

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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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