1964 Porsche 356 SC 1600 Cabriolet

The final iteration of the lightweight, rear-engined, rear-wheel-drive Porsche 356, the 356C, appeared in 1964, coinciding with Porsche’s purchase of the Reutter coachbuilding firm, which would handle all coupe and cabriolet construction in Stuttgart for the remainder of 356 production. New equipment included four-wheel disc brakes, a ZF steering gear […]

1999 Porsche 911 Classic Club Coupe “Sonderwunsch”

Built as a factory one-off, the 911 Classic Club Coupe marks the first one-off within the Sonderwunsch (special wish) program that is a classic vehicle. Upon arrival, the Carrera was completely stripped of its component parts and treated to a chemical bath, removing all layers of paint. The underbody, placed […]

1955 Ferrari 121 LM Spider

By 1955, Mercedes-Benz’s 300SLR presented a challenge that could not be met by Ferrari’s V12 racers, nor the nimble 4-cylinder 750 Monza, prompting Il Commendatore to commission Aurelio Lampredi to create a more-powerful straight-6 powerplant. The advanced 3,747-cc engine found a home in the 118 LM — a sports car designed to […]

1974 Jaguar E-Type Series III Convertible

Sir William Lyons’ slogan of “Grace, Space and Pace” is perhaps most accurately exhibited through the E-type. Arguably the most well-recognized sports car of its era, the E-type has a perfect combination of curvaceous lines and performance. This winning combination helped establish it as an instant hit, and its popularity […]

1983 Ferrari Mondial Quattrovalvole Coupe

This 1983 Ferrari Mondial Quattrovalvole coupe was first sold at Classic Cars Inc. in Richardson, TX, where it reportedly remained with its original owner until it was acquired by the selling dealer in 2021 and subsequently listed on Bring a Trailer in September 2022. It is powered by a 2.9-liter […]

1936 Delahaye 135M Competition Court Cabriolet

Dubbed the “father” of teardrop styling, no one, not even Jean Bugatti, was able to master the sweeping, streamlined and voluptuous coachwork quite like Giuseppe Figoni could. A celebrated French designer, Figoni would form a partnership with Italian businessman Ovidio Falaschi in 1935, and the rest is history. Birthed with […]

1977 Porsche 911S 2.7 Coupe

Coupled with tolerance for low-lead petrol, vastly superior fuel consumption and increased tank capacity, the new 1974 911 proved superior to its predecessor in every way as a fast, long-distance tourer. By 1977, maximum power output of all non-Carrera models had been standardized at 165 horsepower regardless of the destination […]

1993 Mercedes-Benz 300CE 3.4 AMG Cabriolet

Finished in Almandine Red Metallic with black/Anthracite leather interior and black fabric top, this car has covered a little over 107,000 kilometers from new. It clearly has always been maintained and cherished by passionately enthusiastic owners. Featured in Het Automobiel motoring magazine, the car comes with a truly massive history file containing, […]

1999 Subaru Impreza WRC99 Rally Car

This 1999 Subaru Impreza WRC99 was built to compete in the 1999-2000 World Rally Championship with the late Richard Burns. Acquired in 2018 by its current owner, whose childhood dream was to own one of the most important rally cars of its era, “T15 SRT” was in need of a […]

1906 Thomas Flyer 50HP 7-Passenger Tourer

One of the most recognizable automobiles of this era and arguably the most important of all the pioneering brands, the Thomas was the car that conquered the globe and put the American industry on the map. For the 1906 season, all Thomas cars were built on a 118-inch wheelbase and […]