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BMW 520I 45.996KM!

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BMW
MG A convertable

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MG
PORSCHE 911 CARERRA 3.2

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PORSCHE
PORSCHE 911 Targa Silver Anniversary Edition 2.7S

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PORSCHE
Porsche 911 Speedster

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Porsche
BMW 1600-02 Cabriolet

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BMW
Porsche 911 Coupe 2.4 TE

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Porsche
Porsche 993 3.6 Targa

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Porsche
Porsche 356 BT5

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Porsche
Chevrolet Corvette

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Chevrolet
Porsche 993 Cabrio

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Porsche
Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 2+2 Coupe

Jaguar
Porsche 996 3.6 tiptronic

Porsche
Chrysler Crossfire 3.2 V6 Aut Cabriolet

Chrysler
Opel 1.3 Limousine

Opel
Citroen 2cv Charleston

Citroen
Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 Quadrifoglio

Alfa Romeo
Opel Olympia

Opel
JBA Falcon Falcon

JBA Falcon
Citroen 2CV Charleston

Citroen
Opel Kapitan

Opel
Ford Mustang Cabrio

Ford
PORSCHE 911 TARGA

PORSCHE
Studebaker Champion Regal

Studebaker
Volvo Amazon P12134

Volvo
PORSCHE 911

PORSCHE
VOLVO 780 COUPE 2.0 TURBO

VOLVO
JAGUAR XKE

JAGUAR
Autobianchi A112 383 Kms!

Autobianchi
Jaguar XJS 4.0 Aut Cabriolet

Jaguar
Mercedes 300SL Manual gearbox 79000km

Mercedes
Honda S600

Honda
Ford Mustang

Ford
JAGUAR XK 140 DHC

JAGUAR
Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota
Auburn Speedster 851 Boattail Convertible

Auburn
Shelby GT500

Shelby
Audi R8 GT Coupe 5,2L V10 (226/333)

Audi
Mercedes S 500 Coupe

Mercedes
Lancia Zagato Spider 1600

Lancia
Chevrolet Corvette C2 Convertible

Chevrolet
Porsche 911 Carrera RS US

Porsche 911
Ford Mustang cabriolet V8

Ford
MAZDA Rx4 coupe rotary engine

MAZDA
Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Coupe 5,2L V10

Lamborghini
Lincoln Premiere Coupe new delivered to Jayne Mansfield

Lincoln
Mercedes SLS Gullwing AMG Coupe 6,2L V8

Mercedes
Mercedes 190SL completely restored

Mercedes
McLaren 570S Spider 3,8L Twin Turbo V8

McLaren
Ferrari Mondial T

Ferrari
Jaguar XJS 5.3 V12 convertible

Jaguar
Porsche 993 Cabriolet

Porsche
Porsche 912E

Porsche
BMW

BMW 520I 45.996KM!

MG

MG A convertable

PORSCHE

PORSCHE 911 CARERRA 3.2

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The Porsche 911 was a successor to their popular 356 sports car.

PORSCHE

PORSCHE 911 Targa Silver Anniversary Edition 2.7S

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The 911 was a successor to their popular 356 sports car. Porsche had to change the number 901 because Peugeot claimed they that they had the rights to model designations with three numbers with a zero in the middle.

Porsche

Porsche 911 Speedster

BMW

BMW 1600-02 Cabriolet

Porsche

Porsche 911 Coupe 2.4 TE

Porsche

Porsche 993 3.6 Targa

Porsche

Porsche 356 BT5

Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette

In the early 1950s, General Motors seemed unlikely to be able to successfully market a sports car, especially not one that would make a profit. GM made two million cars annually, and the total sports car market was only about 5,000. The group of buyers of two-seater sports cars was a very small group.

Porsche

Porsche 993 Cabrio

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a a succesor to their popular 356 sportscar.

Jaguar

Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 2+2 Coupe

This Jaguar E-Type V12 2 + 2 Coupe has a very special history: it was delivered new in 1971 to the British Embassy in Havana, Cuba! Since there was no importer in Cuba, the extradition was made via the American importer Britih Leyland in New York. In 1989 the E-type arrived in the Netherlands.

Porsche

Porsche 996 3.6 tiptronic

The Porsche 996 was the first water-cooled Porsche 911. In the first version it had a 3.4 liter water-cooled engine with 300 HP and was made from 1997 to 2001. This Porsche 996 3.6 Tiptronic is a so-called mk2 version which was made from 2001 to 2004. This MK2 version has the improved 3.6 liter engine with 320 hp and was delivered in 2002 by Bebehani Brothers Motorcars in Kuwait.

Chrysler

Chrysler Crossfire 3.2 V6 Aut Cabriolet

This Chrysler Crossfire 3.2 V6 Automatic Cabriolet was delivered new to its first owner Mr. Manfred Karrenbauer in Wadgassen in Germany on September 24, 2004. The Crossfire is finished in the amazing Blaze Red Chrystal Pearl Metallic with a black leather interior.

Opel

Opel 1.3 Limousine

The Opel manufacturing company was founded in 1862 by Adam Opel, and was originally active as a bicycle manufacturer. Opel was so successful in this that they quickly became one of the largest bicycle factories in Germany. This was partly due to the styling in combination with the excellent quality and the competitive pricing.

Citroen

Citroen 2cv Charleston

After the death of André Citroën and the takeover of the company by tire manufacturer Michelin, the new management of the car manufacturer Citroën decided in 1935 to develop a small car suitable for the rugged French countryside: the TPV, or Toute Petite Voiture. Project leader and driving force Pierre-Jules Boulanger described the goal as "an umbrella on four wheels".

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 Quadrifoglio

The Alfa Romeo Spider based on the 105 series was introduced by Alfa Romeo at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966 with a 1600 engine of 109 hp. The design came from Pininfarina and is without a doubt a great success; this is one of the most beautiful and iconic Alfa Romeo models ever!

Opel

Opel Olympia

The Opel manufacturing company was started in 1862 as a bicycle manufacturer and became the biggest bicycle builder of Germany in a relatively short time because of the good design combined with the superb quality and a competitive pricing.

JBA Falcon

JBA Falcon Falcon

JBA Motors was a small car company based in Norwich, Norfolk, in the UK. The company was founded by Kenneth Glyn Jones, John Barlow and David George Ashley. The company was originally named JBA Engineering and that name came from the first letters of the last name of the founders. They were all engineers at British Leyland. After John Barlow later left the company it was run by Ken Jones and Dave Ashley until 2004 but it kept the name JBA.

Citroen

Citroen 2CV Charleston

The Citroen 2 CV was presented to the public in 1949 and, together with the Austin Mini and the Volkswagen Beetle, is one of the iconic cars of the 20th century. The Charleston special version was introduced in 1981 in burgundy/black, the official color names are Delage rouge with noir.

Opel

Opel Kapitan

The Opel manufacturing company was founded in 1862 by Adam Opel, and was originally active as a bicycle manufacturer. Opel was so successful in this that they quickly became one of the largest bicycle factories in Germany.

Ford

Ford Mustang Cabrio

The Ford Mustang is one of the iconic models of the American car brand Ford. The Mustangs name comes from the American fighter plane Mustang P-51 and was coined by the man responsible at Ford for the styling of the first Ford Mustang: John Najjar.

PORSCHE

PORSCHE 911 TARGA

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The 911 was a successor to their popular 356 sports car. Porsche had to change the number 901 because Peugeot claimed that they had the rights to model designations with three numbers with a zero in the middle.

Studebaker

Studebaker Champion Regal

The Studebaker Champion is an automobile which was produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. The Champion modelseries were produced from the beginning of the 1939 model year until 1958. It was a full-size car in its first three generations and a mid-size car in its fourth and fifth generation models This car was the smaller model of the company under the Studebaker Commander.

Volvo

Volvo Amazon P12134

The Volvo Amazon was a mid-sized car made bij Volvo cars in Sweden. It was build from 1956 till 1970. The first introduction was at the New York International autoshow in 1959.

PORSCHE

PORSCHE 911

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The 911 was a successor to their popular 356 sports car. Porsche had to change the number 901 because Peugeot claimed that they had the rights to model designations with three numbers with a zero in the middle.

VOLVO

VOLVO 780 COUPE 2.0 TURBO

The Volvo 780 Coupe is a coupe version of the Volvo 700 series . The car was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1985 as a successor to the Volvo 262 Coupe, The new Volvo 780 Coupe was designed and build by Bertone in Italy, components were to a large extend delivered by Volvo from Sweden.

JAGUAR

JAGUAR XKE

The Jaguar E-type or XK-E was first introduced at the Geneva Auto Salon in March 1961. In April 1961 it was also introduced in America. Due to its spectacular design, high performance and competitive pricing, the Jaguar E-type quickly became a very popular sports car

Autobianchi

Autobianchi A112 383 Kms!

The Autobianchi A112 is a supermini produced by the Italian car manufacturer Autobianchi, a brand of the Fiat group. It was developed using a shrunken version of the contemporary Fiat 128 platform. The mechanicals of the A112 were similar to that of the Fiat 127.

Jaguar

Jaguar XJS 4.0 Aut Cabriolet

The Jaguar XJS was introduced on 10 September 1975. The design and development, directed by William Heynes Chief Engineer and Technical Director had begun in the late 1960s by the code name of project XJ27, with an initial shape penned by Malcolm Sayer.

Mercedes

Mercedes 300SL Manual gearbox 79000km

In the fall of 1985, the 300SL (internal Mercedes number 107041) came on the market as a replacement for the SL280 model. This 300 had the new M103 engine producing 188 hp at 5700 rpm and maximum torque of 260 Nm. delivered.

Honda

Honda S600

When this Honda sports car came to the market in March 1964, it was a real sensation: small, light and manoeuvrable! And fast with a 600 cc motorcycle engine that easily revved up to 8,500 rpm and delivered 58 hp.

Ford

Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang is one of the iconic models of the American car brand Ford. The Mustangs name comes from the American fighter plane Mustang P-51 and was coined by the man responsible at Ford for the styling of the first Ford Mustang: John Najjar. The first Mustang came off the production line on April 17, 1964.

JAGUAR

JAGUAR XK 140 DHC

The Jaguar XK140 is a sports car which was manufactured by Jaguar between 1954 and 1957 and was the successor to their successful XK120 sports car. Upgrades included more interior space, improved brakes, rack and pinion steering, increased suspension travel, and telescopic shock absorbers instead of the older lever arm design.

Toyota

Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is a model line of four-wheel drive jeeps from the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota. When the Imperial Japanese Army occupied the Philippines in 1941, they found an American Jeep and promptly sent it to Japan.

Auburn

Auburn Speedster 851 Boattail Convertible

Do not miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this very unique and rare Auburn Speedster!Auburn, Cords and Duesenbergs (ACD) became known for their advanced mechanics, performance and beautiful styling. The rich and famous owned these cars all over the world.

Shelby

Shelby GT500

Dont miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this unique Shelby GT500, the Holy Grail of American muscle cars!
This GT500 Fastback is one of 1,536 units built in 1969. The 428ci Cobra Jet Ram-Air V8 is connected to the 4-speed manual gearbox (matching numbers).

Laat deze kans niet liggen en wordt de nieuwe eigenaar van deze unieke Shelby GT500, the Holy Grail of American muscle cars!
Deze GT500 Fastback is één van de 1.536 exemplaren die in 1969 zijn vervaardigd. De 428ci Cobra Jet Ram-Air V8 is verbonden aan de 4 speed manual (matching numbers).

Audi

Audi R8 GT Coupe 5,2L V10 (226/333)

Do not miss out on this unique opportunity and become the new owner of this limited edition Audi R8 GT!

Mercedes

Mercedes S 500 Coupe

This Mercedes S500 coupe was one the top models Mercedes had to offer in period from 1993 to 1995 and is internally known as the W140 series. This is the elegant coupe version of the 4 door s-class sedan

Lancia

Lancia Zagato Spider 1600

Lancia was founded in 1906 by pilot, engineer and race-car driver Vincenzo Lancia in Turin, Italy. The first Lancia went into production in 1907! Lancia was always tech driven and Lancia introduced a lot of technical innovations in production cars, such as the first unibody chassis in the Lambda in 1922 and the the first five-speed transmission in the Ardea in 1948.

Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette C2 Convertible

Chevrolet Corvette Saddle Tan C2 Sting Ray Convertible 1964 A body-off restored 1964 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray Convertible, fitted with Matching Numbers and power steering.

Porsche 911

Porsche 911 Carrera RS US

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The 911 was a successor to their popular 356 sports car.

Ford

Ford Mustang cabriolet V8

The Ford Mustang is one of the iconic models of the American car brand Ford. The Mustangs name comes from the American fighter plane Mustang P-51 and was coined by the man responsible at Ford for the styling of the first Ford Mustang: John Najjar.

MAZDA

MAZDA Rx4 coupe rotary engine

This 13B coupe was delivered from Japan and sold new in May 1974 from Tynan Motors, Sutherland and remained in one family since. Always cherished, this car remains highly un-modified as an Australian delivered RX-4 collectible Classic.

Lamborghini

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Coupe 5,2L V10

Dont miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this exotic Lamborghini coupe!

Lincoln

Lincoln Premiere Coupe new delivered to Jayne Mansfield

A special Lincoln Premiere Coupe from 1957, with a very special and beautiful history!

Mercedes

Mercedes SLS Gullwing AMG Coupe 6,2L V8

Dont miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this very unique Mercedes SLS Gullwing Coupe!

Mercedes

Mercedes 190SL completely restored

A restored 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL, finished in gray with red leather and a black soft-top.

McLaren

McLaren 570S Spider 3,8L Twin Turbo V8

Don’t miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this magnificent Mclaren 570S Spider!

Ferrari

Ferrari Mondial T

Enzo Ferrari started in 1923 as a test driver at Alfa Romeo, where he was soon given responsibility for the entire racing team. In 1929 he founded the Scuderia Ferrari, which functioned as the racing stable of Alfa Romeo. Until 1938 he achieved many victories with the Alfa Romeo cars. In 1939, however, Alfa Romeo and Ferrari parted ways.

Jaguar

Jaguar XJS 5.3 V12 convertible

The Jaguar XJS was introduced on 10 September 1975. The design and development, directed by William Heynes Chief Engineer and Technical Director had begun in the late 1960s by the code name of project XJ27, with an initial shape penned by Malcolm Sayer.

Porsche

Porsche 993 Cabriolet

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a a successor to their popular 356 sports car. Porsche had to change the number 901 because Peugeot claimed they had the rights to model designations with three numbers with a 0 in the middle.

Porsche

Porsche 912E

Porsche introduced the new Porsche 911 originally as the Porsche 901 on September 12, 1963 to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show.