A UK car magazine published a glowing review of Spike's personal 260Z, and the next thing he knew, the Samuri Motor Company was born, offering modified Zs and performance parts to the buying public. Anderson launched Samuri Motor Company to build 240Zs for the street and made 75 190-hp cars, many of which were raced. This is one of those 75.
"A standard R34 GT-R was pitted against the likes of a McLaren F1, Pagani Zonda, Ferrari F40 and even a Bugatti Veyron, and after all that, the GT-R’s reputation as a class act remained intact."
You know exactly what you’re getting with an Escort Cosworth - monster A-to-B performance and the attitude of a right hook to the jaw.
The Z3M Coupe was designed to be a driver’s car, right down to its core. There’s no superfluous luxuries or driver aids, just pure Ultimate Driving Experience. And it’s for that reason that the BMW M Coupe is already a classic.
The stunning, 1996 Super Fly Yellow example offered here is number 143 of 150 SE30 Editions, and one of only 12 built with right-hand drive.
The DBS V8 could reach 100mph in under 14 seconds, running on to a top speed of 160mph - a staggering performance in those days, and one which fully justified the claim that it was the fastest production car in the world.
The brainchild of BMW's Motorsport department, the M635 CSi's performance credentials were emphatically in the supercar league for it's time.
This very rare and most attractive Alfa Romeo is equally useable for Grand Touring as well as for the world's most exclusive events including the Mille Miglia retrospective.
After a handful of owners in the US, one owner decided to create something special and that is precisely what he did, transforming a standard 911T into this free revving, 2.7 Litre modified R-Gruppe 911.