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  • Jaguar – E-Type Fixed head coupe

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    Jaguar

    Jaguar – E-Type Fixed head coupe

    100 miles

    Grey

    Grey

    3.8 L

    POA

    Jaguar – E-Type Fixed head coupe

    Jaguar

    1962

    Grey

    Grey

    100 miles

    Manual

    £0 In Stock

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    1962 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES 1 3.8 LITRE FIXED HEAD COUPE

    RHD

    Manual

    100 Miles

    Grey Exterior

    Red Interior

    This early April 1962 Jaguar E-Type, flat floor, has just undergone a full restoration to concours standard.

    This exemplary example, comes with a complete and documented history file, detailing the car and attention, lavished on this vehicle, throughout the decades, all the way back to the 60s.

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  • JAGUAR – E-TYPE ROADSTER V12 (S3)

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    JAGUAR – E-TYPE ROADSTER V12 (S3)

    12,000 miles

    Red

    Signal Red

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    JAGUAR – E-TYPE ROADSTER V12 (S3)

    Jaguar

    1971

    Red

    Signal Red

    12,000 miles

    Manual

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    1971 Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Roadster RHD

    Matching Numbers Example
    12,000 miles since major restoration
    Five Speed Gertrag Gearbox

    Signal Red Coachwork
    Black Leather with red piping Interior
    15” Chrome wire Wheels
    Fully Documented Service History, with new MOT: Restoration work carried out by well-known Jaguar specialist
    Heritage Certificate available.
    Only 6 Former Keepers
    Trim: Black Leather
    Complete history, with MOT’s and detailed invoice’s available.

    Famously lauded as “the most beautiful car ever made” by Enzo Ferrari, the E-type is possibly the most iconic of the British sports cars. The perfect combination of beauty, high performance and reasonable pricing made it one of the most well-loved cars of all time. Based on the three-consecutive Le Mans winning D-type race cars, the E-type was designed to be light. The front subframe carried the engine and the front suspension and bodywork were bolted directly to the tub making its power to weight ratio the stuff of legend. Updated to include a new 5.3 L V12 engine, new brakes and power steering as standard, the Series 3 retained all the charm of the original E-types but with modernised mechanics. The stunning new V12 was a LeMans proven set up with dual Zenith carburettors and a 0-60 time of less than 7-seconds. The Series 3 had some notable design features including the large cross-slatted front grille, flared wheel arches, four exhaust tips and a special badge on the rear touting the prowess of the thunderous V12 inside.

    Forever an iconic piece of British history, the E-type evokes images of winding country roads and the elegance of a bygone era. This immaculately kept, matching numbers, low mileage example is the perfect weekend partner rain or shine. Expertly specced in Signal Red over black, the red piping on the perforated leather seats creates a holistic experience encouraging you to have the top down year round. With only 12,000 miles on the odometer since a major restoration and only 6 former owners, this car is the perfect example of a Series 3 E-Type Roadster.

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  • Jaguar – E-Type Series II 4.2

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    Jaguar – E-Type Series II 4.2

    1,000 miles

    Grey

    Gunmetal Grey

    4.2L

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    Jaguar – E-Type Series II 4.2

    Jaguar

    1969

    Grey

    Gunmetal Grey

    1,000 miles

    Manual

    £120,000 In Stock

    £120,000 In Stock

    1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 Roadster LHD

    Matching Numbers Example
    1,000 miles since restoration

    Manual gearbox
    Gunmetal grey coachwork
    Red leather interior
    15″ chrome wire wheels
    Fully documented history with new MOT
    Restoration work by well known Jaguar specialist
    Heritage certificate available
    5 former owners
    Trim: Burgundy

    Famously lauded as “the most beautiful car ever made” by Enzo Ferrari, the E-type is possibly the most iconic of the British sports cars. The perfect combination of beauty, high performance and reasonable pricing made it one of the most well-loved cars of all time. Based on the three-consecutive Le Mans-winning D-type race cars, the E-type was designed to be light. The front subframe carried the engine and the front suspension and bodywork were bolted directly to the tub making its power to weight ratio the stuff of legend.

    The Series 2 changes were introduced in 1968 largely due to changes in US Traffic Safety laws. For other companies, this meant distinct US versions of their models, but Jaguar decided to apply the changes as a blanket, model-wide facelift instead. Bare headlights, a full length rear bumper, enlarged grille, twin electric fans, improved brakes and larger, repositioned tail lights and front indicators all made the series 2 safer and US compliant. The interior is differentiated by the newly collapsible steering column mounted ignition switch which included a steering lock, plastic rocker switches and seats with the option for head restraints. Under the bonnet, the cam covers went from smooth and polished to a fashionable industrial ribbed appearance and both 3.8 and 4.2 versions of the six-cylinder engine were available. It is worth noting, that US versions were de-tuned so the resulting horsepower was 246 vs 265. Production numbers are 4,855 FHCs, 8,628 OTS (open two-seaters aka roadsters), 5,326 2+2s. Yes, many of the changes were dictated by US code, but they really served to improve comfort, usability and practicality making the Series 2 an altogether more pleasurable and manageable driving experience.

    Forever an iconic piece of British history, the E-type evokes images of winding country roads and the elegance of a bygone era. This immaculately restored, matching numbers car is the perfect weekend partner rain or shine. We are very familiar with this car and sold it to its most recent owner. It recently underwent a full refurbishment including a bare-metal respray, full re-trim, engine rebuild and refurbishment of all of the mechanics. The resulting car is stunningly presented and an absolute joy to drive.

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  • FERRARI – F430 SPIDER

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    FERRARI – F430 SPIDER

    16,000 miles

    White

    White

    4308

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    FERRARI – F430 SPIDER

    Ferrari

    2009

    White

    White

    16,000 miles

    F1

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    2009 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 – High Spec

    16000 miles
    White Avus exterior
    Nero Daytona seats with Nero Black leather
    cruise control
    front & rear park assist
    electric seats
    CD changer
    Ferrari shields
    Rosso callipers
    20″ alloy wheels
    full main dealer service history
    Trim: BLACK LEATHER

    Designed in collaboration with the legendary Frank Stephenson, the F430 was designed to improve upon the aerodynamic efficiency of its predecessor, the 360. The result was an unchanged drag coefficient but greatly enhanced downforce allowing the car to perform better when pushed in the corners. The F430 also borrows some design features from other Ferrari legends. The tail lights are distinctly reminiscent of the Enzo, the oval air intakes in the front bumper are reminiscent of Ferrari racers from the 60s like the 156 “sharknose” F1 car and the 250 TR61 raced at Le Mans by Phil Hill, and the wing mirrors are evocative of those made famous by the Testarossa. Despite the design borrowing from the greats, the engine was actually the end of a 50-year development cycle of V8s. The completely new 4.3L engine used in the F430 debuted a novel architecture which maximized volumetric efficiency. It allowed the displacement to increase by 20% whilst only increasing the weight by 4kg and actually reducing the overall diameter which made packaging easier in part thanks to borrowed F1 technology. This puts the F430s top speed in excess of 196 mph and acceleration at 0 to 60 in 3.6 seconds, 0.6 seconds quicker than the 360. This isn’t the only part of borrowed F1 tech on the car. When designing the Spider, they borrowed F1 aerodynamic simulators to ensure minimal deviation from the aerodynamics of the standard car. Inside the car, Ferrari debuted yet another future stalwart: the Manettino steering wheel which allows drivers to select from five settings in turn modifying the vehicles ESC system.

    This low miles, classically specced, generously optioned model is an excellent addition to any collection and will offer any driver a joyous driving experience whether on the road or track. Additionally, this F430 is fitted with a Novitec Rosso front-splitter/rims and Hamann spoiler/rear kit.

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  • Aston Martin – Vanquish Zagato Volante

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    Aston Martin – Vanquish Zagato Volante

    1,250 miles

    Red

    Hyper Red

    6L V12

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    Aston Martin – Vanquish Zagato Volante

    Aston Martin

    2018

    Red

    Hyper Red

    1,250 miles

    Automatic

    £375,000 In Stock

    £375,000 In Stock

    Surely one of the most beautiful convertibles ever built, the Aston Martin Vanquish Volante Zagato is the result of a legendary 50-year partnership between the sporting English manufacturer and Italian design powerhouse. Despite the acclaim surrounding each and every one, there had only been four Aston Martin’s that bore Zagato Coachwork by the time the Vanquish Zagato was released in 2016. With only 99 made of the Volante version, it is one of the rarest Aston Martins ever built. It’s exclusivity and astonishing beauty suggest it will be a modern-day classic. The speedster and the shooting break followed shortly after, but the volante remained one of the most desirable of the Zagato-bodied Astons.

    The breathtaking design of the Vanquish Volante Zagato is a result of the expert coach builders at Zagato. The re-sculpted body utilizes larger panels to create a more sumptuous shape, uninterrupted by split lines and panel gaps but punctuated by taut and dynamic form lines. The spoked lights that surround the spoiler are the centrepiece of one of the most arresting rear shapes ever formed. Underneath the sporty scoops of the bonnet, the superb 6L V12 propels the car to 62 mph in just 3.5 seconds, an easy feat for it’s 580 horses. The orotund and sonorous engine note amplified by the more open exhaust is befitting of a cabriolet, best enjoyed reverberating off of tunnel walls or canyon cliffs, the stiffer suspension allowing the driver to feel every curve in the road. Inside in the impressive swan doors, the interior is adorned with “z” trimmed leather, reminding anyone who momentarily forgot of the car’s special pedigree. In fact, delicate differentiating details on every corner of the car remind the viewer of rarity and charisma built into every inch.

    Number 4 of 99 is finished in a sporty Hyper Red, over winter wheat. Delivered new to the seller, it was carefully looked after and only has 1250 miles on the odometer. Fully customizable to their purchasers, no two are identical. Four features full length herringbone facia trim, electric seats, B&O surround sound, cruise control, adaptive damping, warm charcoal seatbelts, programmable garage door opener, black side window finisher, shadow bronze jewellery pack, bright side strakes, black textured tailpipe finisher, front and rear parking sensors, reverse camera, dark anodised brake callipers, and 15-spoke Zagato satin black alloy wheels.

    If you missed the opportunity to buy one first time around, you’re in luck, as this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a coach built, highly exclusive Aston Martin. It’s so well-equipped you would have been hard-pressed to spec it better yourself.

    Trim: Winter Wheat

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