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1971 Jaguar E Type V12 Coupe

Old English White with Black Hide, Automatic, chrome press steel wheels, Webasto sun roof, full stainless steel exhaust system, this early V12 Coupe is all Numbers Matching and has a huge History file, not one, not two but three A4 Folders crammed with 30 years of old Mot’s all the tax discs, huge amount of Invoices and a Heritage Certificate.

The mileage is showing 74,118 miles, white wall tyres almost new, brand new spare, the body work is gun barrel straight as it the paint work flat and a deep shine, new black leather interior, new grey

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2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT

2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT Coupe.

Nero Black with Dark Charcoal hide, Black Oak Veneers, a six speed manual gearbox, FAMSH, Only 23,757 Miles, A total of 84 RHD cars were built and whopping £167,000 when new, the final production of the best selling Aston of all time, boasting 435BHP and 410 pounds feet of torque all aluminium V12 5935 cc double overhead cams and 48 valves. The DB7 GT Coupe is a real looker. It’s sexy, svelte, and sleek, encapsulating everything a hardtop British sports car should be. The look is assertive, but doesn’t shout,

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1959 Kellison J5 Coupe

Inspirational Californian designer and 1950s-60s hot rod legend Jim Kellison supplied his dramatic J Series of cars to be married to an interesting spectrum of power units. But if the great man was still with us today, we’re certain he’d have regarded this Chevrolet V8-powered example as everything he aimed to achieve:
Low-slung beauty, heart-stopping performance, and – in this case – a standard of finish, fit and presentation far in excess of even the finest ’50s customs.

To say Kellisons are an unknown quantity outside the US – even much

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1970 Mercedes 280 SL

This is almost certainly a unique chance for you to buy possibly the best and most original "Pagoda" in existence.

This stunning car was supplied on the 9th April 1970 to Jersey, Channel Islands, it was registered to first owner Mrs Mathewson who kept the car for 38 years.

Mrs Mathewson used the car on dry days and high days keeping it maintained by Mercedes Dealer Jacksons Garage in St Saviour, Channel Islands. This is evidenced in the original service book and hand books in its original buff plastic wallet.

In April 2008 with 12800 m

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1961 Facel Vega, Facellia Cabriolet

In 1960, Facel entered the sports car market with the Facellia, a small car similar in size to the then popular Mercedes 190SL,  Facellia’s were advertised in three body styles: cabriolet, 2+2 coupé and 4-seat coupé, all with the same mechanical parts and a 2,450 mm (96.5 in) wheelbase. Styling was similar to the Facel HK500, but with rather elegant flush door handles. Following Facel Vega's demise several of M Daninos's styling cues were "borrowed" by Mercedes-Benz, Prices were roughly USD 4,000 for the Facellia, USD 5,500 for the Facel III an

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1937 Ford V8 DeLuxe Roadster

Model 78. 85 bhp, 221 cu. in. Flathead V-8 engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle and live rear axle with transverse semi-elliptical leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 112 in.
Formerly of the renowned Milton Robson collection, Older restoration freshened and well cared for, Last of the Ford roadsters, sporty and fun.

In the days of the Model T, touring cars or phaetons easily outsold all other body types. Open cars were cheaper, and tourers were more spacious and convenient than roadsters or ru

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