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This ’53 open luxery-salloon borrows its name from its bodywork, that reminds us of a ponton of waterplane. Because of its remarkable design, build quality, reliability and of course its class the Mercedes 220S setted standards for luxury cars in the 50’s.Details
After 30 years of succes of the Porsche 356 Speedster came finally a successor to this legendary icon, The Porsche Speedster was given a new life, based on the 250hp strong Porsche 911 Type 964 Carrera 2.Details
The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, that was introduced in 1964, came as successor tot he Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 ( Ferrari’s first four-seater). The tubular frame that was 50mm longer than the one of its predecessor, provided this Ferrari of a better comfort and sufficient space for the passengers in the back.Details
If you want the best and most special Mercedes-Benz Pagoda around, look no further.
This offered Mercedes-Benz 190SL was first delivered in 1962 and comes with the optional and original big-window hardtop, which emphasizes the elegance of this 190SLDetails
This offered ‘Torino’ or Italia from 1969 finds itself unrestored in perfect condition. The engine runs very well and sounds on top of that like an ‘American Muscle’. Besides that, the gearbox shifts as it should, smooth and flawless. This authentic black Italia founds it way to our showroom after a whopping 43.318 sporty and mostly loud km’s. Because of its unique story and low production numbers this ‘Italia’ is a real collectors item.Details
We are pleased to present to you this unique coachbuilt Jaguar. Allthough Jaguar was building not only a roadster (ots), convertible (DHC) and coupé (FHC), no fourseater XK’s were leaving the factory at that time (nor have they been ever since).
After winning Le Mans 24h in 1959, Caroll Shelby established Shelby American and became well known for his Cobra’s equipped with Ford engines. As well he became manager of the GT40 project and delivered Ford multiple victories at Le Mans 24h. Therefore Carroll had a privileged position at Ford an transformed their pony-cars into purebred race horses to compete with Corvette in the SCCA-racing programme.Details