Testing the Huayra in 2013, evo magazine found that even before the ignition key had been turned, the experience of just sitting in the cockpit was almost overwhelming...
Ex-Peter Thornton, Ian Dalglish actively and successfully campaigned.
Named after the iconic WWII fighter aircraft and launched in 1962, the Triumph Spitfire was such a success that the basic design remained virtually unchanged until 1970.
'Like all classic GT cars, it combines enormous speed with comfort and the more you put into your driving, the more the car returns for your entertainment." - Motor.
One of 85 right-hand drive DB5 convertibles.
The second DBS built
'Nothing that is desirable comes easily or cheaply and the Carrera RS is no exception, but without question it is one of the great cars of the 1970s; the personification of GT motoring and race breeding.' - Motor Sport magazine, February 1973.
The legendary BMW 2002 Turbo was Europe's first turbocharged production car, making it the fastest and most exciting medium-sized sports saloon of its day. Today this rare model (only 1,672 were made) is rightly regarded as a modern classic and much sought after.
The 365BB, because of its raw and uncompromising feel, remains the Berlinetta Boxer par excellence to many.
Silverstone Auctions is proud to announce that two of the most coveted modern Mercedes will be available at its upcoming May Sale.