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1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D 1600 S by Drauz

This Porsche 356 Convertible D 1600 Super is in excellent condition and has been partly restored 10 years ago. The paint on the exterior of the body is very nice. To our knowledge all the body work is original, and the body appears to never have been damaged too. All the gaps are perfect. The interior is in beige leather with beige fabric carpets.

The car has an SC model engine no. 820116, thereafter tuned by the renowned Porsche specialist Duane Spencer. It has now 116 HP. The engine was built with a Shasa design big bore kit.

Furthermore, the car is fitted with a lightened flywheel and a remote oil filter. There is also a new wiring harness and duel master brake cylinder. The car also comes with its original jack.

This fantastic Convertible D 1600 Super is ready to be enjoyed this summer. A Convertible D is not only the successor of the Porsche Speedster, it is also rarer since only about 1330 appear to have been built. There is also a special Convertible D register in which this car can be found under its chassis number.

  • km:26,763
  • Year:1959
  • Version : Convertible D 1600 Super
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 820116
  • Horsepower: 116 hp
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Black with beige leather interior and beige fabric carpets
  • Chassis number : 86290
PRICE:SOLD

1965 Jaguar E-Type S1 4.2 Coupe

This highly desirable and well-kept 1965 Jaguar E-Type spent most her life in its owner’s garage and has very well been taken care of. The last ownership was from 1986 until 2017, 31 years. In the eighties the car was body off restored and the engine was rebuilt. The engine was rebuilt in the (famous) Monte Shelton Service Department and did only 13500 miles since then.

The colour combination is in stunning opalescent blue original Jaguar colour. In the mid-nineties the car got a new interior kit in grey leather from Bartlett. The chrome is in a very nice and shining condition. The rear end gear ratio was changed from stock to 3.07.

Some history of the car is available and a Jaguar Heritage certificate. It was new delivered to Jaguar Cars, New-York, and has currently Dutch paperwork. Overall it is a very nice car, in perfect running condition and ready to be enjoyed by its new owner.

  • Year:1965
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 7E3995-9
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Opalescent blue original jaguar colour with grey interior
  • Chassis number : 1E31038
PRICE:SOLD

1964 Fiat 750 Vignale

Carrozzeria Vignale of Turin was founded in 1948 by Alfredo Vignale, it would become one of the most iconic and respected of the Italian coachbuilders. In essence a Fiat 600, an icon of the Italian economic boom, with its four-cyclinder engine increased from 600cc to a 750cc. The bodywork was completely re-styled by Vignale. This 750 is finished in a classic colour combination of red with a black interior. The 750 represents great value for money for a Vignale bodied 60’s Italian classic.

  • Year:1964
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Red with red interior
  • Chassis number : 1702038
PRICE:SOLD

1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3.5 Coupe

This stunning example of a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3.5 coupe automatic is an original German delivered car. It is in great condition and runs very well. The car is in a very nice colour combination of silver, with a black leather interior. It comes with a service book and manuals. This is a collectors car, which will surely increase in value over the years. Chassis nr. 11102612002760.

  • Year:1970
  • Version : 280 SE 3,5 Coupé
  • Condition: used
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 5
  • Transmission : automatic
  • Color : Silver with black interior
  • Chassis number : 11102612002760
PRICE:SOLD

1950 Fiat 500 C Topolino Transformabile (Mille Miglia)

Experience the Mille Miglia just the same way most of the Italian enthusiasts did in the 50-ies. This 1950 Fiat 500 C Topolino Transformabile has participated in the Mille Miglia in 1953 with the number 19. The complete file featuring the participation of the race is available, containing history and period black and white photographs. In 2017 and 2018 the car also participated in the Mille Miglia. It is 100% certain that the new owner of this car can participate in the next Mille Miglia of 2019. This Fiat 500 C Topolino is in an army green colour with a beige fabric interior and carpets in excellent condition. Chassis nr.: 218910.

  • Year:1950
  • Version : 500 C Topolino
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Army Green with a beige fabric interior and carpets
  • Chassis number : 218910
PRICE:SOLD

1976 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II

The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II was styled by John Blatchley. Between 1975 and 1980, just 2,135 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 II 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 the extra four inches of leg room in the rear. This particullar example was new delivered to Monaco on 01/10/1976. The exterior colour is green metallic, with beige leather interior. The car is very well maintained and completely original. The floor was recently completely renewed and the brake sysem was revised. The car has Belgian paperwork.

  • Year:1976
  • Version : Coupé
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 4
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Green Metallic
  • Chassis number : SYELRX25459
PRICE:SOLD

1969 Porsche 911 T Karmann Coupe

This 1969 Porsche 911 Karmann Coupe has been imported to Belgium and has been restored. Pictures of the restoration are available. 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. Matching numbers. Chassis nr. 9110121595.

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

1963 Maserati 3500 GT

This 1963 Maserati 3500 GT was delivered new to Italy. It has a big file with all the history of its previous restorations, invoices, information of previous owners, a Maserati Certificat of Origine and factory documentations. The car has been upgrated with 3 Weber carburettors. We have repainted the car in its original colour Verde Bosco, with a beige leather interior and carpets. It has been fully restored a few years ago and is still in immaculate condition. Chassis nr. AM1012716.

  • Year:1963
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Verde Bosco with Beige leather interior
  • Chassis number : AM1012716
PRICE:SOLD

1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

This 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT (chassis number 02498) was new delivered to Switzerland. It’s a complete matching number car and it’s in its original “fly yellow” Ferrari colour with a black vinyl interior. It was first registered in France in March 1973 with license 6399ZX75 and was owned by Mackenzie Hill. The second owner, in 1981, was Jean-Pierre Maillard, a French race car driver who drove it with license 1371SZ91. In 2003 the car was imported to Belgium by the late President of the Porsche Classic Club Belgium. He had the car repainted and had it freshened up mechanically. In the 15 years that the car was owned by his family, it has hardly been driven. The car was never registered in Belgium and still has the French paperwork. It is not in concours condition, but it is an honest car that still is in very good condition and runs very well. 

Some more specifications: 2-seater fixed head coupe, weight 1080kg, rear wheel drive, mid-engine (code 135CS) 2.4 L, 2419cc, double overhead camshaft, 192 bhp at 7600 rpm, 3 weber carbs , 5-speed gearbox.

  • Year:1972
  • Version : Coupé
  • Condition: used
  • Drive: left
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : Fly Yellow with black vynil interior
  • Chassis number : 02498
PRICE:SOLD

1960 Jaguar XK 150 “S” Roadster

This model has been manufactured in 1958. The car has been restored a long time ago but it is still in absolute great condition. The car has nice paintwork and no rust, a nice beige leather interior with some signs of use but no damages. All the mechanics are in perfect working order. It has a 3.4 litre 6 cylinder engine, triple SU carburettors and a 5-speed Getrag gearbox instead of a 4-speed gearbox with overdrive. Matching numbers.

  • Year:1958
  • Condition: Restored
  • Drive: left
  • Engine: 3400
  • Doors : 2 doors
  • Seats : 2
  • Transmission : manual
  • Color : British racing green with beige interior
  • Chassis number : T831729DN
PRICE:SOLD