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Our car is a 1973, left-hand drive, E-Series Ferrari 246 GT Dino built to European specification, the car originally being finished in Rosso Corsa with black vinyl upholstery and trim and fitted with Daytona seats and Cromodora alloy wheels. Supplied new in May 1973 by Garage La Rotonda, the Ferrari dealership in Prato, near Florence, the car’s first owner, Alessandro Degl’Innocenti, kept the
Bmw 635 Csi, First registered 1/2/1989, Schwartz metallic Black, Black Leather Interior, 7 owners from new, 97500 miles, Mot’d until August 2019 MOT certificates from 3 years old, Private plate not included, Iv'e owned it for 3 years, and previous to me last owner had it 7 years, 2 Keys, 4 new Michelin Pilot tyres, original owners manuals, fully loaded, Full Service History. E24 BMW
Finished in Rosso Corsa with Contrasting Nero Hide, Rosso Stitching, Nero Carpets, Yellow Brake Calipers, Yellow Rev Counter, Nero Roll Bars, Carbon Driving Zone, Scuderia Wing Shields, Grigio Painted Alloys, Full Ferrari Service History, Stunning Condition.
Finished in Nero Daytona Metallic with Contrasting Tan Hide, Scuderia Shields, Red Calipers, NavTrak system, Carbon Driving zone, Yellow Dials, Daytona Seats, Full Service History. Very Rare Manual Gearbox In RHD
Finished in Green with contrasting Cream Interior, meticulously restored 5 years ago with bare metal respray this lovely example has a good history file with photographic evidence of works carried out.
This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible was imported out of Miami Florida just over 3 years ago. When the car arrived it already was in a great overall condition. However the current owner felt that this Bel Air deserved to be brought to the next level and that is exactly what he did. Most of the undercarriage was renewed and of course it shows no rust what so ever. The famous 350 small block ( 5.
This 1954 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe 8 was body off restored only a few years ago. This model is rare since it was already factory delivered with an 8 cylinder in line engine in 1954. Officially Pontiac started using the 8 cylinder engines in 1957. Needless to say this freshly restored chieftain is in exceptional condition. Of course body and undercarriage show no rust what so ever. The 4.4 litre 8