It's one of several unusual vehicles being offered.
A like-for-like copy of the iconic Jaguar D-Type headlines an unusual collection of cars being sold online by Silverstone Auctions on May 23.
The D-Type recreation was the handiwork of two specialist engineers that spent over two years looking at drawings and rare parts to create the most accurate replica of the legendary racer.
The tool-room copy comes complete with FIA papers and a road registration and is expected to fetch £225,000 to £275,000 ($275,000 to $336,600), presenting a rare opportunity to acquire such a historic car but at a fraction of the cost of an original.
Another replica in the collection is a Bugatti Type 35 machine based on a 1.8-liter MGB, finished in French Blue, with a pre-auction estimate of £12,000-£15,000 ($14,700-$18,361).
Also being offered is a 1964 Citroen ID19 Safari, built in Slough and maintained to the highest standard since. From 1999 it underwent an extensive restoration and repaint, before finding its current home in 2014. The car, complete with Citroen's legendary hydropneumatic self-leveling suspension, is expected to fetch £15,000 to £18,000 ($18,361 to $22,000).
There are also two Austin A90 Atlantics, the first a 1950 Convertible at £12,000 to £15,000 ($14,700 to $18,358) in Seafoam Green with just under 30,000 miles (48,280 kilometers) and in right-hand drive; and a 1952 Sports Saloon with an indicated 5,268 miles (8,478 kilometers), but is in need of a refresh.
A full list of the collection being offered by Silverstone Auctions is as follows:
1962 Jaguar D-Type 'Short Nose' Recreation
1964 Citroen ID19 Safari
1976 Teal Type 35
1950 Austin A90 Atlantic Convertible
1952 Austin A90 Atlantic Sports Saloon
1958 Borgward Isabella TS Saloon
1959 Borgward Isabella Combi
1959 Borgward Isabella Coupé
1967 Citroen Ami 6
1983 Polski Fiat 126p
1982 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit
1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche
1959 Standard Vanguard Vignale Estate
1976 Ford Granada Coupe 3000 XL
1948 Peugeot 202 Canadienne Camionette Boisée
1952 Jowett Bradford Utility De Luxe
"This is a very unusual collection of cars with some lovely rarities. Not all of the Lots have estimates, some are being offered at No Reserve," said Nick Whale, Silverstone Auctions managing director. "The Peugeot 202 Canadienne Woodie is particularly rare, as is the Ford Granada, a 3.0 liter XL Coupe which was never available in the UK."
"There is also a Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit and a Corniche, both great opportunities to own and after a bit of detailing would provide the new owner with a lot of pleasure."
All the cars are currently at a Silverstone Auctions storage facility, but one-to-one viewings can be arranged in line with government guidelines.