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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

1962 Porsche 356B T6 Notchback Karmann Coupe

The notchbacks actually started out from the factory as cabriolets. The first built 1961 Karmann notchback T5’s were Reutter cabriolets that had hard tops welded on permanently. A total of 2290 of these cars were built. These were the very first Porsche’s built by Karmann, but were not badged on the right side fender until the T6 models. The unique “Karmann hardtop” or “notchback” 356 B model was produced in 1961 and 1962. The 1961 production run was essentially a cabriolet body with the optional steel cabriolet hardtop welded in place. The 1962 line (T6 production) was a very different design in that the new T6 notchback coupé body did not start life as a cabriolet, but with its own production design—In essence, part cabriolet rear end design, part T6 coupe windshield frame, unique hard top. Both years of these unique cars have taken the name “Karmann Notchback”. This particular Notchback with chassis number 202199 was built January 3rd, 1962 and was the first built in that year. Of this series only 55 cars are still believed to exist. Fitted with 1600s 75 HP engine with number P705906. This beauty is in a bone white colour and has a Napa leather luxor beige interior with beige bouclé carpets. It also has a little original Becker radio.

  • Year: 1962
  • Version : 356B T6 Notchback Karmann Coupe
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: P705906
  • Horsepower: 75 hp
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 4
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Bone white colour with napa leather luxor beige interior
  • Chassis number : 202199
PRICE:€89,000.00

1960 Porsche 356 B (T5) Roadster by Drauz

In model year 1960 the 356 A was replaced by a completely redesigned 356 B (T5). Its power range ran from 60 HP in the 356 B 1600 to 140 HP in the 356 B 2000 GS-GT Carrera 2. The main visual differences between the B series and the previous model are the front bumper including larger bumper rosettes, which were about ten centimetres higher and the headlights that were placed much higher. The horn grids next to the forward placed front flashers were flatter and had two chromed strips. The front cover handle was also wider at the bottom. The two lights for the license plate lighting were integrated into the higher rear bumper, while the reversing light was mounted under the bumper.

For model year 1962 (T6), the 356 B got a front cover that became much wider at the bottom and a fuel cap in the front fender. Two vertical air vents were integrated into the larger front cover. All 356 generations were also available in an open version (Cabriolet, Speedster or Roadster).

This very nice Porsche 356 B (T5) roadster by Drauz has been restored about 10 years ago. The car has hardly been driven since and is still in excellent condition. Chassis number #87358, engine number P*601453 160 type 616/1 T5 60 HP. Ready to be enjoyed by his new owner.

  • Year: 1960
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: P*601453
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Silver grey with red leather interior
  • Chassis number : #87358
PRICE:189,500.00

1952 Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupé

Very nice restored Jaguar XK 120. Mille Miglia Eligible. This Jaguar XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe is originally delivered to Belgium Motor Company, Brussels, Belgium. The car has been restored in the Netherlands over a couple of years and in the final stage of restoration, the owner wanted to move on for a new project. An enormous amount of time as well as money has been spent on the car to bring her in the current condition. The Jaguar is in a beautiful period correct blue with a blue interior which suits the car excellent. The design of the XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe is absolutely fabulous and extremely nice. When we bought the car, it was finished for 90%. We restored the woodwork, finished the interior and finished the mechanics. This car is matching numbers, the heritage certificate is available.

  • Year: 1952
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: W 4130-8
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Light blue
  • Chassis number : 679291
PRICE:108,000.00

1991 Ferrari Testarossa

The Ferrari Testarossa (Type F110) is a 12-cylinder mid-engine sports car manufactured by Ferrari, which went into production in 1984 as the successor to the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. The Pininfarina-designed car was originally produced from 1984 to 1991.

The Testarossa is a two-door coupé that premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show. All versions of the Testarossa were available with a rear-mounted, five-speed manual transmission. The rear mid-engine design (engine between the axles but behind the cabin) keeps the centre of gravity in the middle of the car, which increases stability and improves the car’s cornering ability, and thus results in a standing weight distribution of 40% front: 60% rear.

The Ferrari Testarossa owes its fame to the general public through the popular Miami Vice police series from the 1980s in which he plays a prominent (main) role. This good-looking example from the last production year has been very well looked after over the years and has had very little road use, as it has been kept in a museum. The quality of the interior and the front boot certainly reflects the low mileage (only 34686 km since new) recorded and, the overall condition of the exterior and engine bay also appears to be in extremely good and original condition. The car is complete with the correct and original Ferrari jack. It was new dilivered in German in 1984. Last serviced by a Ferrari specialist, who performed a full fluids and safety check and also changed the belts. The car has a Flat V12, 4942cc engine, a five-speed manual gearbox, 12-inch discs all-round, an adjustable steering column and a limited slip differential. It goes from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds. This Ferrari Testarossa is an extremely well-maintained car with very low kilometers. A truly iconic car, ready to be enjoyed by his new owner.

  • km: 34,686
  • Year: 1991
  • Version : sportscar
  • Condition: used
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Red with black interior
  • Chassis number : ZFFAA17B0000
PRICE:€125,000.00

2008 Ferrari 599 GTB

This 2008 Ferrari 599 GTB is in colour Rosso Corsa and has a black Daytona leather interior. Optional extras are included carbon fibre driving zone and engine cover, electric carbon fibre backed racing seats and carbon ceramic brakes. Recently serviced by QV Ferrari London April 2017, the stamped service booklet also shows a further five stamps the sixt being with QV. Complimented with a matt black roof and with racing F1 stripe leading to the Aero kit GTO front splitter, all specified from Ferrari from new. Brand new set of Pirelli P-zero tyres on graphite alloy wheels compliment the aggressive styling on this sought-after V12 GTB. A drivable luxury V12 Ferrari combined with Enzo Performance.

  • Year: 2008
  • Version : Luxury Car
  • Condition: used
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 6000
  • Horsepower: 620 hp
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : automatic
  • Color : Rosso Corsa with a black Daytona leather interior
  • Chassis number : ZFFFF60T780157642
PRICE:€119,000.00

1952 Siata Daina Convertible Stabilimenti Farina

Full aluminum, coachbuilt by Stabilimenti Farina. According to the register, worldwide only 7 examples are still known to survive. Obtained very coveted ASI Targa D’Oro and Fiat Heritage awards for the quality and originality of the restoration. Engine benefitted from a total rebuild and general Mille Migla preparation. Founded in 1926 in Turin, Italy by Giorgio Ambrosini, Siata (Societa Italiana Auto Trasformazioni Accessori) began life as a tuning firm specializing in the modification of FIATs. When the company, now renamed Siata Auto Spa, eventually introduced its first production car in 1949, Fiat components were the logical choice for the new Amica cabriolet. During the 1950s and on into the ’60s a variety of US engines including Crosley, Ford and Chrysler V8s was adopted in addition to Fiat’s home-grown motors. Siata’s Daina model of the early 1950s was based on the Fiat 1400 and built in both Cabriolet and Coupé forms, most of the former being bodied by Stabilimenti Farina and the later by Bertone. Later cars were designated ‘SL’ (Scatolato Lamiera – literally: sheet metal box). The Daina used the FIAT 1400 overhead-valve engine, modified by Siata with a special cylinder head, pistons and twin-carburettor inlet manifold. A 1,500cc unit was available as an option. Siata was active in racing from its earliest days, and a Daina Convertible driven by Dick Irish and Bob Fergus won its class in the inaugural Sebring 12 Hours race of 1952, finishing 3rd overall ahead of many larger-engined cars. This 1952 Siata Daina with chassis SL 0168 and with aluminium coachwork (except doors) by Stabilimenti Farina, was completely restored in 2005-2006 by a North-Italian specialist respecting rigorously the original specifications and colours in which this particular Trasformabile left the Siata factory.

  • Year: 1952
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 4
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Green metallic beige interior
  • Chassis number : SL0168
PRICE:€229,000.00