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1958 AC ACE Bristol

1958 AC Ace-Bristol Roadster Chassis no. BEX495. A landmark sports car in its most desirable specification. Original left-hand drive US-market model. Rare disc-braked model. Overdrive transmission. Recent professional restoration. “Of them all, the Ace was the truest sports car: it could be used for daily commuting or for high-speed long-distance touring, but it could also be driven to a race meeting, campaigned with distinction, and driven home again – even if that race was the Le Mans 24 Hours.” Only 223 cars were delivered with the 2.0-litre AC engine compared with 463 Bristol-engined cars and a further 37 Ford-powered examples. The car offered here – chassis number ‘BEX495′ – was manufactured in left-hand drive configuration for the United States market and shipped to Hap Dressel’s AC Imports dealership in Arlington, Virginia on 1st October 1958. The Ace was owned by just one person throughout the majority of its life. In 2018, the Ace returned home following complete ‘last nut and bolt’ restoration and was first registered in the UK on 1st June of that year. The restoration included a complete strip and rebuild of the correct Type D engine using Cosworth pistons, and the installation of a new stainless-steel exhaust system. The exterior and interior were likewise refurbished to the highest possible standards by recognised specialists, the former being repainted in Sage Green and the latter trimmed in tan leather. This is a superb car and drives amazing.

  • Year: 1958
  • Version : Cabriolet
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Sage Green
  • Chassis number : BEX 495
PRICE:POR

1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport 3C Zagato

This 1963 Lancia Flaminia Sport 3C Zagato is an original Belgian car, matching numbers. Registered for the first time in 11/01/1963 and still has a Belgian registration. Etn. Mannès, the first official Lancia importer in Belgium, imported the car for Mr. De Crop who was the first owner of the Lancia Flaminia Sport 3C Zagato. Later the car was bought by Mr. Van Auwegem who was a Lancia dealer in Ghent, Belgium. The current owner is the 3rd owner of this car, and he has kept it for 17 years. This car is one of 6 that was new delivered in Belgium and only 174 examples were built. The car is in its original colour combination and comes with the original jack. 2458 cc engine with 3 carburettors. Recently, the bodywork has been stripped and repainted internally and externally. The mechanics have also been completely restored as well as the interior. The interior was restored with new carpets, new headlining and the leather seats were also renewed. After the restoration the car has been preserved well and only been driven a couple of times. Photo documentation of the full restoration is available. The car is in great running condition and ready to drive.

  • Year: 1963
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 823.10*13800
  • Horsepower: 140 hp
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Silver metallic
  • Chassis number : 824.13.3604
PRICE:€385,000.00

1951 Pegaso Z-102 GT Berlinetta Enasa

The Pegaso automobile was a supercar developed in Spain under the supervision of Enasa (Empresa
Nacional de Autocamiones, SA), a National company that produced buses and trucks. Under the direction of Pegaso was Mr. Wilfredo Ricart, a visionary Spanish engineer from the developing department of Alfa-Romeo.
Mr. Ricart and his team produced a first prototype, chassis 150-0101, that was followed by a cabriolet, with chassis 150-0102 and three more Berlinettas. Interestingly, there is no evidence that chassis 0102 was formally a cabriolet, as nobody ever saw the car with the top down.
After the 1951 Paris Motor show, on December 10, chassis 0102 along with other two prototypes were presented at the Pardo Palace in Madrid to General Franco.
Year 1952 should have been the year that production of the Z-102 cars started, but the design team at Enesa continued developing the prototypes, including the new 2814cc engine and some body
re-styling. It is then when chassis 0102 was converted into the actual Berlinetta configuration. Also the primitive 2474cc engine was replaced for the new 2814CC engine. Why the cabriolet Enesa design was not developed is a mystery.
With this new configuration, Enesa presented the Z-102 chassis 0102 during 1953 in various international Concours d’elegance, including Deauville and Enghien-les-Bains, where it won the first prize.
After an accident in 1954, the car was repaired at the factory, and sold in 1955 for the first time as a new car, adopting the actual identification 150-0201. It is noteworthy, that this Berlinetta and the other surviving prototype, are the two only Z-102 that were later numbered with the 02XX identification, different from the rest of the cars, that are 01XX.
The first owner Mrs Elena Arvanitidi de Ramsay from Madrid, and after four more owners, the car passed in 1972 into the ownership of Mr. Carlos Mosquera, a notable Pegaso enthusiast and co-author with Mr. Enrique Coma-Cros of the recognized book “Los Automóviles Pegaso y sus protagonistas”. During Mosqueras ownership, the car was very well maintained and in 2003 the car was object of a massive work, including al the mechanical components, the engine, the body and the interior.
The car has recently been completely repainted from bare metal, in the original light green as in 1953. All chrome was redone, all rubbers renewed. The underside of the car, all mechanic and engine were iceblasted and repainted. A new front windscreen was fitted. In other words, the car is completely refreshed and in superb condition. The car still has the original Robri wheels. The car also has a Fiva identity card and has Belgian registration papers.
Without a doubt this Pegaso Z-102 is a very special and ultra rare car, with an exceptional history that presents a unique opportunity to acquire a masterpiece in the motorsport industry.

  • Year: 1951
  • Version : Pegaso Z-102 GT Berlinetta Enasa
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 011-0201
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Light green
  • Chassis number : 150-0201
PRICE:POR

1955 Pegaso Z-102 2.8-Litre Cabriolet

The car offered here was first owned by Antonio Hesse López, who kept it until 1984. Restored that same year, the Pegaso was next owned (from November 1984) by Enrique Coma Cros, one of the most important Pegaso collectors and historians. He is the co-author (with Carlos Mosquera) of two books on the marque: Ricart Pegaso – La Pasion del Automovil and Los Automòviles Pegaso y sus Protagonistas. This car is mentioned in both books.

The last owner purchased the Pegaso from Enrique Coma Cros in March 2019 and is thus only its third owner. Accompanying documentation consists of the first registration document, original Pegaso documents, ownership history, sundry invoices, Spanish Permiso de Circulación.

Typically, these Pegasos cope well with modern traffic at legal speeds and would be excellent competitors in the most prestigious classic revivals where they have been much admired on recent outings.

Recently all the chromework on this classic has been renewed. This car is in excellent condition and ready to be driven by a new owner.

  • Year: 1952
  • Version : Sportscar
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: right
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Blue exterior with red leather interior
  • Chassis number : 0102-153-0171
PRICE:POR

1969 Porsche 911 T Karmann Coupe

This 1969 Porsche 911 T Karmann Coupe has been imported to Belgium and has been completely restored by us last year. The car underwent a new paint job in white, the mechanics and engine have been completely renewed as well as the full interior of this classic. Pictures of the full restoration are available on our website. The production completion date of the car was 01-12-1969. It is in a beautiful white colour and has a grey leather interior and carpets. This beauty is also Matching numbers. Chassis nr. 9110121595. 

Check out the pictures of the complete restoration here: www.classic-car-service.be/porsche-911-t-karmann-coupe-1969/ 

  • Year: 1969
  • Version : sportscar
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : White with grey interior
  • Chassis number : 9110121595
PRICE:€89,000.00

1976 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II

The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II was styled by John Blatchley. Between 1975 and 1980, just 2135 examples were produced. The cars came equipped with rack-and-pinion power steering, automatic transmission, advanced air conditioning, and more.

Initially, the long-wheelbase model did not have a separate name, but in 1976, with the introduction of the Silver Shadow II, the longer car was dubbed the Silver Wraith II. The Wraith is identified by all alterations found on the Silver Shadow II and additionally an Everflex-covered roof (also available as an option on the Silver shadow II), a smaller rear opera-style window. Some customers deleted the smaller back window. Some Silver Wraith II’s were also fitted with electric divisions which took up extra four inches of leg room in the rear. This particular example was new delivered to Monaco on 01/10/1976. The exterior colour is Moorland green with a beige leather interior. The floor was completely renewed and the brake system was revised. The car is very well maintained and original, in excellent condition and ready to enjoy. Belgian registration and valuation report available.

  • km: 98,601
  • Year: 1976
  • Version : Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II
  • Condition: used
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 4 doors
  • Seats : 4
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Moorland green exterior colour with a beige leather interior
  • Chassis number : SYELRY25459
PRICE:€37,000.00

1958 Jaguar XK 150 3.4 litre S Roadster

Jaguar XK 150 3.4 litre S Roadster in excellent condition and ready to be driven by a new owner. This car was new delivered to Jaguar of Eastern Canada, Montreal on the 10th of December in 1958.

It has been completely restored a few years ago and is still in excellent condition. It was restored in the original Jaguar factory colour ‘Carmen Red’ with a black interior and hood.

The car comes with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate. It now has Dutch registration papers. Chassis number T831851DN.

  • Year: 1958
  • Version : Jaguar XK 150 3.4 litre S Roadster
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Carmen Red with black interior and carpets
  • Chassis number : T831851DN
PRICE:€125,000.00

1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-litre Roadster Flat Floor

The E-Type became an instant icon when it was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961. This stunning rare car is a desirable first-year, flat-floor E-type Roadster and is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

The first owner, named Ted Buky, had the car delivered in Los Angeles, California, after dispatch in November 1961. He kept the car until 1975 when it was sold to another California resident who retained it until 2007. During that time the engine was rebuilt, the car was repainted in red, and the interior was done in black leather. It was then sold to a New Jersey owner. In 2009, the E-type was sold to Jan Mannerhag and exported to Sweden. In the UK the car underwent a light restoration and after that it has barely been used since. It still features the original-specification Moss gearbox and ‘bellows’ brakes, just as it left the Brown’s Lane factory, and is accompanied by its Jaguar Daimler Heritage Certificate (JDHT Certificate). It also retains its original engine and still has its period tool kit and tyre jack among its features.

We recently completely dismantled the car and repainted it back in the original factory colour Opalescent Bronze. We also did a complete rebuild of all mechanical parts (brake suspension, etc.) and renewed the electric wiring loom. The entire interior has been renewed too, in the original factory colour beige and the hood soft top in colour fawn. Now this car is back to all its original specifications and perfect condition. This beauty is absolutely stunning and ready to be driven by its next owner.

Check out the pictures of the complete restoration here: www.classic-car-service.be/jaguar-e-type-series-1-3-8-litre-roadster-flat-floor-1961/

  • Year: 1961
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: R2491-9
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Opalescent Bronze with a beige leather interior
  • Chassis number : 876070
PRICE:POR

1953 Porsche 356 Pre-A 1500

Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe in excellent condition. Building year 1953, chassis number *51009*. Delivered new to dealer Hoffman in 1953. We bought the car completely dismantled on an auction in Italy where it stood in a warehouse for over 15 years. Restored with correct two-piece type engine (very rare). The engine number that is in the car has number 31737 and it is also from 1953. This engine does not match any chassis number in the 356-register, because it is an exchange engine from the factory, especially for this car. The gearbox is also the correct type. The exterior colour is in black and the interior in beige Corduroy fabric (only produced for 1 year). The car has been completely restored just recently and is back in the combination as it left the factory in ‘53. Invoices and pictures of the full restoration are available as well as a certificate of authenticity.

Check out the pictures of the complete restoration here: www.classic-car-service.be/porsche-356-pre-a-1953/

  • Year: 1953
  • Version : Porsche 356 Pre A
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 4
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Black with beige fabric interior
  • Chassis number : *51009*
PRICE:POR

1952 Porsche 356 Pre-A 1500

Built in December 1952, first registered on 1st January 1953. In 2014 the car was imported into the UK from California. It has been completely restored. Fitted with a 1500 engine from 1955 (34855). Early Pre-A examples of the Porsche 356 are becoming increasingly difficult to find, especially in such good condition. This Porsche 356 Pre-A is finished in an Azure blue colour and has a beige leather interior. This car is truly an excellent example, ready to enjoy a driver.

  • Year: 1952
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Horsepower: 60 hp
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Azure Blue and Beige Interior
  • Chassis number : 11976
PRICE:€225,000.00