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1956 Aston Martin DBR1

Coming from the finest of all Aston Martin collections, owned by a fastidious perfectionist, DBR1/1 is not only the best presented of the five DBR1s produced, it is also without question the most correct, down to the smallest of details, inside and out. With its impeccable provenance and enviable racing […]

1925 Bentley 3 Litre Tourer

2,996-cc, SOHC 4-cylinder engine with four valves per cylinder Two SU “Sloper” carburetors 70 bhp at 3,500 rpm 4-speed close-ratio gearbox Offered here is a very handsome, well-presented and highly usable Bentley. The car is a proper matching-number example (with a most distinctive chassis number) and it is turned out […]

1968 Ford Escort Twin-Cam Competition Saloon

  The arrival of the Escort Twin Cam at the start of 1968 marked the second phase of Ford U.K.’s production-car-based competitions program that had commenced with the Lotus Cortina. That had used the Ford-based 1.6-liter Lotus Twin Cam engine, and combining this unit with the smaller and lighter Escort […]

1964 Aston Martin DB5

Introduced in July 1963, the Aston Martin DB5 boasted a 4-liter engine, this enlarged unit having been seen first in the Lagonda Rapide of 1961. Equipped with three SU carburetors, the 400 engine produced 282 bhp at 5,500 rpm and was mated to a 4-speed/overdrive gearbox, a ZF 5-speed unit […]

1957 Jaguar Mk I 3.4 Saloon

This car came equipped with the optional overdrive, disc brakes, wire wheels and lead-bronze bottom-end bearing shells. Completed on September 26, 1957, the Jaguar was registered FWB 1, and in January 1958 set off for France on the Monte Carlo Rally carrying competitor number 253. Owner Frank Brown’s co-drivers were […]

1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I

This extremely early, very desirable, and hard-to-find external-bonnet-latch, flat-floor E-type roadster was ordered new at the 1961 Paris Salon by Maclean’s magazine Editor Ralph Allen. The Opalescent Bronze roadster was dispatched from the factory on June 9, 1961, and exported to Canada. Chassis 875053 is the 53rd E-type roadster constructed, […]

1936 MG PB Roadster

  Eligible for the most prestigious events Matching numbers No reserve An evolution of the J2 model, the MG PB distinguished itself in particular by an engine with three bearings, a bigger displacement — and shorter gear ratios than the PA version. This delightful and efficient roadster with an overhead-camshaft […]

1979 Aston Martin V8 Vantage “Oscar India” Coupe

The true Vantage “supercar” version of Aston Martin’s standard-bearer V8 was never sold new in the United States due to emissions regulations; the fire-breathing “4×2” Weber carburetors and low-restriction exhaust were simply not compliant. So this first-generation V8 Vantage was rare then, and this now-federal-emissions-exempt example is one of only […]

2004 Noble M12 GTO 2.5

British entrepreneur, car designer and engineer Lee Noble founded Noble Automotive Ltd. in 1999. Using experience from his time spent at Ascari, Noble quickly established his company’s commitment to designing and manufacturing high-performance sports cars with a mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. As chief designer, he oversaw the evolution of the company’s […]

1956 Austin-Healey 100-4 BN2 Roadster

Original left-hand-drive delivery Matching numbers and colors No-expense-spared restoration from 2015 to ’16 4-speed manual/overdrive gearbox Left-hand-drive chassis 230671, a desirable BN2 model with 4-speed and overdrive, was completed in March 1956 for export to the United States. The car was originally finished in Healey Blue with matching interior trim […]