The car offered here, chassis MF1010100, is a well-known example of this Japanese rarity, recognized for its exceptional originality and integrity. One of only 62 examples imported into the U.S. during the model’s production, this original left-hand-drive car is finished in the popular shade of Solar Red.
This 2000GT is one of three examples originally sold to legendary American tuner, racer and Toyota dealer Otto Linton of Devon, PA. Mr. Linton, an aficionado of fine sports cars, stated that this Read More
From a standstill, the Enzo will reach 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds, leading to a top speed of 218 mph.
This Enzo was delivered new to a gentleman residing in Prato, Italy, and has remained with him. Always properly cared for and regularly exercised, it shows less than 6,100 km from new. It is accompanied by its original owner’s manuals, including its original warranty booklet, as well as two sets of keys, a car cover and its original toolkit.
First registered in November 1958, chassis no. AN57565 was prepared by Donald Healey and his team for the 1959 Monte Carlo, Sestriere and Alpine rallies. It would go on to be the only Works Rally Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite produced. Its early history was detailed in John Sprinzel and Tom Coulthard’s book Spritely Years.
The authors summarized this Sprite’s history: “Cherry red from the production line and painted Colorado Red before the car got to the Works department. Car prepared Read More
When is a Ferrari not a Ferrari? Generally speaking, when it’s a Dino.
These vehicles were created because Ferrari needed to build a production V6 in sufficient numbers to homologate the engine for racing in the mid-1960s. However, Ferrari didn’t want to offer a downsized engine in its own road-going cars, so another solution had to be found.
The answer was to produce the Dino as its own marque. Check the Ferrari Profile “1974 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino Spyder” by Read More
A1964 Targa Florio class winner, chassis 3413 was just the third production Ferrari 250 GTO built. A fierce competitor, it racked up 15 overall and class victories between 1962 and 1965 including two Targa Florio class wins.
After retirement from serious competition, chassis 3413 passed through the hands of several enthusiast owners who continued to exercise the car in numerous vintage events.
Examples of the 250 GTO are very rarely offered for sale. Chassis 3413 is now available for the Read More