The Sebring is a timeless classic who's dashing good looks and Inline-6 howl are sure the stir up the strongest emotions from even the most casual gear-head.
This British-constructed BMW special proved itself an extremely competitive and impressive example of its type within the dynamic, fast-developing British motor racing scene of the late 1940s and early 1950s
Exuding a decidedly 'time-warp' feel throughout, this ultra-low mileage, pristine 512 BBi is surely one of the finest in existence. This 1980s icon is the ideal example for a collector who is in search of the very best.
The first 300SL Roadster exported to the U.S. Market.
Being a specially ordered BMW Individual Alpina V8 Roadster, makes this particular example one of the rarest BMWs of the modern era, presenting an incredible opportunity for an astute collector to add a best of breed collectable to his stable.
'On paper the 911 R is a GT3 with a manual gearbox, the GT3 RS's engine, and no wing. However, the philosophy behind the car is more involved. This is meant to be a pure, emotive 911, a car that's about driver involvement on the road rather than the track.'- Evo magazine.
As EVO described, "It's an ambitious fusion of race-bred powertrain and rearl-world competence wrapped up in a modern-day reinvention of the sublime Carrera GT."
The Lancia Rally 037 represents the last of the winning rear-wheel drive Group B rally cars to compete in the series that became dominated by all-wheel drive platforms. Here is a chance to buy one of the best restored examples of this rare breed.
Following in the footsteps of the legendary Carrera RS 2.7, Porsche would revive the Rennsport-spec 911 for the 90's. The result was the most pure and refined form of the final generation air-cooled 911.
Reviewing the 400GT in its 2+2 form in 1967, Autocar magazine voted it 'better than all the equivalent exotic and home-bred machinery in this glamorous corner of the fast-car market.'