1959 MGA 1500

MGAs may be starting to catch up with Austin-Healey values, and this might be a good time to buy

Chassis number: HDA4361077

The MGA was produced by the MG division of the British Motor Corporation from 1955 to 1962. The MGA replaced the older T-type cars and represented a complete styling break from the older vehicles. The car was officially launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1955.
This car, “670 YUC,” has a B.M.I.H.T. certificate showing that it was Read More

1958 Porsche 356A Carrera GS Coupe

Why such a high price? Well, this Carrera was well turned out and underwent a top-notch restoration

Chassis number: 102210
Engine number: 90914

– Legendary four-cam Carrera engine
– RHD example delivered new to Stephen O’Flaherty in Dublin
– Fully factory equipped from new with sunroof, Rudge wheels and more
– Matching-numbers engine
– Period racing history, contested Leinster Trophy and Dunboyne Trophy
– Restored by Porsche specialists European Collectibles and numerous marque experts
– Extremely rare and desirable build Read More

2009 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano


A man once told me he never saw a Brinks truck in a funeral procession. That’s reason enough to consider a 599

Chassis number: ZFFFD60B000167984

Presented in Rosso Corsa livery, the 599 GTB Fiorano offered here has covered a mere 22,000 km since it was purchased. Fitted with red piping matching the seatbelts, Scuderia Ferrari insignia, front and rear distance sensors, carbon brakes, 20-inch rims, Tubi exhaust and a six-speed manual gearbox. The car has been meticulously Read More

1967 Maserati Quattroporte Saloon

An Italian sports car with four doors and a rear seat was as unimaginable then as Porsche building an SUV would be years later

Chassis number: 1071462

One of the world’s fastest luxury saloons of its day, this early Quattroporte was first registered on September 29, 1967 with the cherished number plate ‘YP 6’ by Maserati Concession of Holland Park Avenue, London W1. The current vendor purchased the car in 2005 from Anthony Hartley, and a full list of all Read More

1969 BMW ‘Spicup’ Concept Car

BMW regularly took turns down dead-end roads, and this strange and wonderful car is one of them

Chassis number: V0010
Engine number: V00102800
Coachwork by Carrozzeria Berton

The concept, or show, car emerged after World War II as a means of generating publicity and gauging the public’s reaction to often-radical ideas for new models. They were built as design proposals, rolling laboratories, marketing experiments, automotive provocations and everything in between. The BMW offered here, “Spicup” — the name arises from Read More

1956 Tojeiro-Butterworth AJB Racer

I have no idea how much fun it might be to drive, but I can guarantee
it won’t have a chance against the Lotus 11s and Cooper Bobtails

Chassis number: TAD354
Engine number: B44

Archie Butterworth of Frimley Green, Surrey, was a wonderfully extroverted engineering personality involved in the resurgent years of British motorsport immediately post-World War II. Here we offer this most unusual and intriguing Tojeiro-chassised sports-racing car from 1954, powered by one of the Butterworth AJB Read More

1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt

The buyer has a significant piece of Ford’s Total Performance Era sitting in the garage — and is ready to hunt Super Stock Mopars

Chassis number: 4F4K167198

Ford’s Total Performance program was well under way when Lee Iacocca hired Dearborn Steel Tubing Company to build a batch of special lightweight Ford Fairlanes for its top drag racing clientele. Painted Wimbledon White and stuffed with 427 cubic inches of Galaxie V8, the cars were dubbed “Thunderbolts.”

Highlights:
•    One of Read More

1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe

The buyer paid a premium for originality and left-hand drive, and the American collector no doubt carefully picked his moment

Chassis number: DB51847L
Engine number: 4001847

Aston Martin developed and released the all-new DB4 in 1958 alongside the final DB2-derived DB Mark III. The following year, the company received a Royal Warrant of Appointment from HRH Prince Philip and took overall victory at Le Mans and the World Sports Car Constructor’s Championship the year after.

A highly Read More

1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta

A prototype of the new 250 GT Lusso appeared at the Paris Motor Show in October 1962. The strikingly elegant lines, blending into an aero-efficient Kamm tail, were reminiscent of not only the 250 GT SWB Berlinetta but also the 250 GTO. Notably, the Lusso was the last Ferrari model to be equipped with the legendary Gioacchino Colombo-designed 3.0-liter V12 engine. With three Weber carburetors, as opposed to the six used on the racing version, the unit used in the Read More

2005 Pagani Zonda C12 7.3 S Roadster

This car’s 0–60 mph time of 3.7 seconds makes it a strong contender for the freeway on-ramp sweepstakes, and the aural entertainment adds fun

Chassis number: ZA9C820C11OF76044

Appropriately named in honor of the legendary hot winds of its creator’s Argentine birthplace, the Zonda is the inspired brainchild of Horacio Pagani, who designed and built his first Formula 3 race car at the age of 20 and moved to Italy in 1983 to pursue his lifelong ambition of building the Read More

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