Rightfully regarded as one of the all-time great classic sports cars, the Shelby Cobra remains one of the most iconic and collectible cars ever made.
A number of special modern classics will feature in the Classic Car Auction (CCA) sale on the 23rd and 24th March, at the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show.
One of the all-time great sports cars, the 356 was the work of Ferry Porsche, and was based on his fathers Volkswagen "Beetle".
Introduced in 1960 and popularized by The Saint television series, Volvo's pretty P1800 Sports Coupe was something of a radical departure for the sober Swedish manufacturer.
Very few, if any, enthusiasts are aware that Count Albrecht Graf von Goertz, designer of the BMW 507, actually owned one himself having purchased this example circa 1971.
One of most beautiful and valuable jewels in the Italian automotive crown ever to be offered at auction.
"The final sports racing expression of the Porsche four-cylinder line came in 1964 with the arrival of the 904 GTS Coupe." – Jonathan Wood, Porsche: The Legend
In addition to its extensive competition career, this blue spyder also has celebrity fingerprints all over it.
Instantly recognizable not only by automobile buffs but virtually anyone on the planet, the immortal 300SL Gullwing Coupe surely qualifies for anyone's Top 10 list of the greatest automobiles of all time.
A brilliant exercise in "retro" styling that recalled its fabulous "328" sports car of pre-war days, the little pocket-rocket Z3 M Coupe is a spectacular "young-timer" collectible, which many believe will continue to appreciate as it ages.