This unrestored 1967 Aston Martin DB6 is a great example of an original, untouched ’60s Aston. The car was delivered as a left-hand drive model direct to it’s owner in Manhattan in 1967…
The classic Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring is a highly desirable vintage racer, this is a 1973 model and interestingly it is production number #500, this is significant because only 500 were ever built.
This American LeFrance Speedster is a V12 custom built steam punk-esque monster with a 200hp engine, a chassis from a 1923 American LeFrance and so much attention to detail I’m convinced that it was built by a man with clinical OCD.
This 1935 Riley Kestrel is a one off 2-door design, it originally started life as a 4-door but the current owner converted it to a coupé during a lengthy restoration process in 2004.
This Rolls-Royce Phantom III Aero Coupe is a bespoke, one off design inspired by a 1935 art-deco illustration by J. Jortovic and published in Road & Track Magazine.
This beautiful 1962 Moretti 2500 SS Coupe with coachwork by Carrozzeria Moretti is one of only 20 to have ever been made, it’s powered by a 2500cc carburettor fed straight-6 with 170hp.
This is quite a remarkable Aston Martin DB4, although it isn’t one of the highly coveted DB4 Zagato models it has a history and a styling all it’s own.
It isn’t everyday that a mint condition, factory spec Mustang arrives on the auction block. This ’65 Ford Mustang underwent a 2 year restoration to exact, factory specification, right down to the fully functioning AM/FM radio, heater and window defroster.
The 1959 Troy Roadster is a one off, road legal race car designed and built by Wally Troy in 1959. Wally was the first Jaguar dealer licensed in Illinois but his real passion was racing and his great dream was to design and build a road legal race car that could rub shoulders with the Formula 1 cars of the era.
The Buick Wildcat II was a pretty revolutionary design for Buick, it featured a 220hp V8 and a full fibreglass body, sadly it never saw a production run but I can imagine it giving the 1950’s Corvettes a run for their money.
The AC 428 Coupé or “AC Frua” is a singularly multicultural motorcar, the frame was built in England, the body in Italy and the V8 in America. AC Cars, most famous for the British/American Cobra, decided in 1965 to use the new, strengthened frame from the Cobra to build a GT car capable of competing with Ferrari, Maserati and Aston Martin.
The Ferrari TR 250 ‘Testa Rossa’ is the lesser known of the 2 cars bearing the name, the latter model that debuted in the 1980’s is by far the inferior car though, both from a design and a racing standpoint.