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.
"That's a damn sight better than the original!" - Sir Jack Brabham
This example of the last word in old-style Lancia design is one of fewer than 400 Zagato Sports made.
A landmark model of immense significance, the Fulvia 1600 HF effectively established Lancia's considerable reputation on the World Rallying stage and paved the way for the legendary Stratos, 037 Stradale, and Delta Integrale models.
The uncanny cornering powers of this remarkable machine probably exceed those of any production car we have ever driven before - Motor, Spetember 1967.
The British have birthed some truly beautiful cars over the years, but how well do you know your classic British sports cars?