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TECHNO CLASSICA, ESSEN

TECHNO CLASSICA, ESSEN

Saturday, April 8, 2017  |  1:15 PM EUR (CEST)
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TECHNO CLASSICA, ESSEN

TECHNO CLASSICA, ESSEN

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1991 Alfa Romeo 75

Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 1 of 117)      

The 75 was introduced in May 1985 to replace the Giulietta (with which it shared many components), and was named to celebrate Alfa's 75th year of production. The body, designed by head of Alfa Romeo Centro Stile Ermanno Cressoni, was styled in a striking wedge shape, tapering at the front with square headlights and a matching grille (similar features were applied to the Cressoni-designed 33). At the 1986 Turin Auto Salon, a prototype 75 estate was to be seen, an attractive forerunner of the later 156 Sportwagon. This version was, however, never listed for sale, being cancelled after Fiat took control of Alfa Romeo. The car, dubbed the 75 Turbo Wagon, was made by Italian coachbuilder Rayton Fissore using a 75 Turbo as the basis. Two estate versions were to be found at the later 1987 Geneva Motor Show; one was this Turbo Wagon and the other was a 2.0-litre version named the Sportwagon. This lovely Alfa Romeo presented in blue with beige interior is in good original condition and has had a new clutch and interior has been renewed. Its odometer is showing 20,000 kms. It is powered by the lively 4 cylinder 1800cc engine which enjoys high revs like most Alfa Romeos. A great example of these popular saloons. At no reserve, surely one to acquire. View 1991 Alfa Romeo 75 on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1991-alfa-romeo-75' for further details.
The 75 was introduced in May 1985 to replace the Giulietta (with which it shared many components), and was named to celebrate Alfa's 75th year of production. The body, de...moresigned by head of Alfa Romeo Centro Stile Ermanno Cressoni, was styled in a striking wedge shape, tapering at the front with square headlights and a matching grille (similar features were applied to the Cressoni-designed 33). At the 1986 Turin Auto Salon, a prototype 75 estate was to be seen, an attractive forerunner of the later 156 Sportwagon. This version was, however, never listed for sale, being cancelled after Fiat took control of Alfa Romeo. The car, dubbed the 75 Turbo Wagon, was made by Italian coachbuilder Rayton Fissore using a 75 Turbo as the basis. Two estate versions were to be found at the later 1987 Geneva Motor Show; one was this Turbo Wagon and the other was a 2.0-litre version named the Sportwagon. This lovely Alfa Romeo presented in blue with beige interior is in good original condition and has had a new clutch and interior has been renewed. Its odometer is showing 20,000 kms. It is powered by the lively 4 cylinder 1800cc engine which enjoys high revs like most Alfa Romeos. A great example of these popular saloons. At no reserve, surely one to acquire. View 1991 Alfa Romeo 75 on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1991-alfa-romeo-75' for further details.

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1968 Lamborghini Tractor 340 3R Super

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 2 of 117)      

We all think of Lamborghinis as beautiful, sexy sports cars from the Miura to the Countach and forward to the current range of supercars like the Murcielago, Gallardo and Aventador but Lamborghini was founded in 1948 by Ferruccio Lamborghini as a Tractor manufacturing company in the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy. After serving as a mechanic in the Regia Aeronautica during World War II, Lamborghini went into business building tractors out of leftover military hardware from the war effort. By the mid-1950s, Lamborghini's tractor company, Lamborghini Trattori S.p.A., had become one of the largest agricultural equipment manufacturers in the country. The tractor on offer here today is a Lamborghini model 340 3R Super with a 3 cylinder 2200cc engine. Just repainted and with new tyres, this tractor comes with its Italian registration papers. A very good opportunity to buy the cheapest Lamborghini on the market! View 1968 Lamborghini Tractor 340 3R Super on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-lamborghini-tractor-340-3r-super' for further details.
We all think of Lamborghinis as beautiful, sexy sports cars from the Miura to the Countach and forward to the current range of supercars like the Murcielago, Gallardo and...more Aventador but Lamborghini was founded in 1948 by Ferruccio Lamborghini as a Tractor manufacturing company in the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy. After serving as a mechanic in the Regia Aeronautica during World War II, Lamborghini went into business building tractors out of leftover military hardware from the war effort. By the mid-1950s, Lamborghini's tractor company, Lamborghini Trattori S.p.A., had become one of the largest agricultural equipment manufacturers in the country. The tractor on offer here today is a Lamborghini model 340 3R Super with a 3 cylinder 2200cc engine. Just repainted and with new tyres, this tractor comes with its Italian registration papers. A very good opportunity to buy the cheapest Lamborghini on the market! View 1968 Lamborghini Tractor 340 3R Super on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-lamborghini-tractor-340-3r-super' for further details.

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1958 Vespa 400 Microcar

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 3 of 117)      

Fiat had total domination over the Italian small car market and would not allow an incursion into their territory by an upstart car manufacturer. Piaggio had a sister company in France, A.C.M.A., which was already producing Vespa scooters at the rate of 260 per day, and with nearly 3,000 employees, it had production capacity to spare. Also, France had no small-car manufacturer able to produce a microcar in sufficiently large quantities. An announcement at the Paris Salon of 1956 whetted the public's appetite, and prototypes were seen being tested during that winter. The car's formal introduction to the public took place in the Principality of Monaco, with three renowned grand prix drivers. It was a huge sensation at the Paris Salon of 1957. The pretty little coupe with a rollback roof compared favourably with the stylish Autobianchi Bianchina, apart from its smaller two-stroke motor. The shell was a monocoque, with a unique and advanced strut suspension that could handle France's cobblestones with ease. The battery was in a pull-out drawer in the nose, and the motor was high-tech, with the carburettor intake fitted to the crankcase, a form of rotary valve, requiring a much leaner than usual 50:1 oil-gas mixture. The engineers at A.C.M.A. feared engine damage by repeated careless 20:1 gas station fill-ups and they soon developed an on board oil metering system. This lovely Vespa 400 comes from a private collection. It was completely restored in 2016 and it is now in a lovely driveable condition. Finished in a classic and fantastic yellow, this car is sold with its French registration paper. View 1958 Vespa 400 Microcar on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1958-vespa-400-microcar' for further details.
Fiat had total domination over the Italian small car market and would not allow an incursion into their territory by an upstart car manufacturer. Piaggio had a sister com...morepany in France, A.C.M.A., which was already producing Vespa scooters at the rate of 260 per day, and with nearly 3,000 employees, it had production capacity to spare. Also, France had no small-car manufacturer able to produce a microcar in sufficiently large quantities. An announcement at the Paris Salon of 1956 whetted the public's appetite, and prototypes were seen being tested during that winter. The car's formal introduction to the public took place in the Principality of Monaco, with three renowned grand prix drivers. It was a huge sensation at the Paris Salon of 1957. The pretty little coupe with a rollback roof compared favourably with the stylish Autobianchi Bianchina, apart from its smaller two-stroke motor. The shell was a monocoque, with a unique and advanced strut suspension that could handle France's cobblestones with ease. The battery was in a pull-out drawer in the nose, and the motor was high-tech, with the carburettor intake fitted to the crankcase, a form of rotary valve, requiring a much leaner than usual 50:1 oil-gas mixture. The engineers at A.C.M.A. feared engine damage by repeated careless 20:1 gas station fill-ups and they soon developed an on board oil metering system. This lovely Vespa 400 comes from a private collection. It was completely restored in 2016 and it is now in a lovely driveable condition. Finished in a classic and fantastic yellow, this car is sold with its French registration paper. View 1958 Vespa 400 Microcar on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1958-vespa-400-microcar' for further details.

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1993 BMW Aplina B10 Allrad

Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 4 of 117)      

The second generation of the Alpina B10 were based on the BMW E34, based on the BMW 525ix, 535i or 540i. From 1988 to 1996, 1215 units were built as four door or touring versions. The B10 Allrad is especially rare, being based on the BMW 525ix, with only 64 produced from October 1993. The displacement of the six-cylinder single-VANOS and four-valve technology was increased from 2.5 liters to 3.0 liters, and the performance was increased from 141 kW (192 hp) to 170 kW (231 hp). This example has covered a mere 90,000 kilometers from new, and as such is presented in good order throughout. The previous owner was the importer for Dinitrol rust treatment, so of course the car has been well preserved in his ownership. The B10 is offered with the relevant books and tools, the correct Alpina documentation, and is fitted with rare and desirable Alpina Recaro sports seats. Finished in Silver with an anthracite interior, this is a supremely stylish and powerful modern classic which can be used and enjoyed all year round. View 1993 BMW Alpina B10 Allrad on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1993-bmw-alpina-b10-allrad' for further details.
The second generation of the Alpina B10 were based on the BMW E34, based on the BMW 525ix, 535i or 540i. From 1988 to 1996, 1215 units were built as four door or touring ...moreversions. The B10 Allrad is especially rare, being based on the BMW 525ix, with only 64 produced from October 1993. The displacement of the six-cylinder single-VANOS and four-valve technology was increased from 2.5 liters to 3.0 liters, and the performance was increased from 141 kW (192 hp) to 170 kW (231 hp). This example has covered a mere 90,000 kilometers from new, and as such is presented in good order throughout. The previous owner was the importer for Dinitrol rust treatment, so of course the car has been well preserved in his ownership. The B10 is offered with the relevant books and tools, the correct Alpina documentation, and is fitted with rare and desirable Alpina Recaro sports seats. Finished in Silver with an anthracite interior, this is a supremely stylish and powerful modern classic which can be used and enjoyed all year round. View 1993 BMW Alpina B10 Allrad on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1993-bmw-alpina-b10-allrad' for further details.

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1969 Porsche 911 T

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 5 of 117)      

The Porsche 911 first appeared at the 1963 Frankfurt Show as the '901', but shortly after production commenced in 1964 it had become the '911' following Peugeot's complaints about the use of '0' model numbers. The preceding Type 356's rear-engine layout was retained, but the 911 switched to unitary construction for the bodyshell and dropped the 356's VW-based suspension in favour of a more modern McPherson strut and trailing arm arrangement. In its first incarnation, Porsche's single-overhead-camshaft, air-cooled flat six engine displaced 1,991cc and produced 130bhp; but over time it would eventually grow to more than 3.0 litres and, in turbo-charged form, put out well over 300 horsepower. The first of countless upgrades to the perennial 911 came in 1966, two years after production had commenced, with the introduction of the 911S. Easily distinguishable by its stylish Fuchs 5-spoke alloy wheels, the 'S' featured a heavily revised engine producing 160bhp. Finished in Gulf blue and orange livery with black interior and leather sports seats, this 911T presents very well indeed. Fitted with a 1977 2.7 engine tuned by Kr_mer, original matching number 5 speed sport gearbox and a roll cage at the rear, this bespoke 911T is ready to be raced at historic track events or even be used as a leisurely runabout. Provided with a current TUV and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and displaying a mere 69,000 kilometres on its odometer, this is a great opportunity to purchase a top of the range example of one of the ever appreciating early touring Porsches. Further upgrades to this car also include; fitment of K&N air filter system, stainless steel heat exchanger, brake callipers from a 3.2 Carrera, RS door trim, 8 / 8J*15 Rims with new P6000 N2. Mudgards and rear bumper in GRP, hoods with quick release, special sports steering wheel. View 1969 Porsche 911 T on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1969-porsche-911-t' for further details.
The Porsche 911 first appeared at the 1963 Frankfurt Show as the '901', but shortly after production commenced in 1964 it had become the '911' following Peugeot's complai...morents about the use of '0' model numbers. The preceding Type 356's rear-engine layout was retained, but the 911 switched to unitary construction for the bodyshell and dropped the 356's VW-based suspension in favour of a more modern McPherson strut and trailing arm arrangement. In its first incarnation, Porsche's single-overhead-camshaft, air-cooled flat six engine displaced 1,991cc and produced 130bhp; but over time it would eventually grow to more than 3.0 litres and, in turbo-charged form, put out well over 300 horsepower. The first of countless upgrades to the perennial 911 came in 1966, two years after production had commenced, with the introduction of the 911S. Easily distinguishable by its stylish Fuchs 5-spoke alloy wheels, the 'S' featured a heavily revised engine producing 160bhp. Finished in Gulf blue and orange livery with black interior and leather sports seats, this 911T presents very well indeed. Fitted with a 1977 2.7 engine tuned by Kr_mer, original matching number 5 speed sport gearbox and a roll cage at the rear, this bespoke 911T is ready to be raced at historic track events or even be used as a leisurely runabout. Provided with a current TUV and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and displaying a mere 69,000 kilometres on its odometer, this is a great opportunity to purchase a top of the range example of one of the ever appreciating early touring Porsches. Further upgrades to this car also include; fitment of K&N air filter system, stainless steel heat exchanger, brake callipers from a 3.2 Carrera, RS door trim, 8 / 8J*15 Rims with new P6000 N2. Mudgards and rear bumper in GRP, hoods with quick release, special sports steering wheel. View 1969 Porsche 911 T on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1969-porsche-911-t' for further details.

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1965 Volvo P130 Amazone

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 6 of 117)      

Named after the formidable female warriors of Greek mythology, the Volvo Amazon was unveiled in 1956, and was a marked departure in appearance from its fastback siblings, the PV444 and PV544. It was the first Volvo to employ the distinctive "three box" styling which would later become synonymous with the marque, and almost 670,000 examples were manufactured between 1956 and 1970. Long associated with rugged design and excellent build quality - at a time when the same could not have been said of several of their more illustrious European competitors - Volvo employed phosphate treated steel in their bodyshells in order to improve paint adhesion, as well as extensive undercoating and anti-corrosion techniques. Consequently, Amazons became renowned for their ability to sustain high mileages in the most testing of conditions, with only the bare minimum of maintenance usually being required. The P130 variant represented the more sporting version of the Amazon range, and was a popular comepetitor in rallying and long distance racing throughout the 1960s. This particular example was originally delivered new to the Netherlands, and has remained there ever since. The vendor is a keen Volvo enthusiast and the car is presented in excellent condition, being described as "ready to go". Beautifully restored and finished in gleaming red with a black interior, the eminently usable nature and exceptional reliability of Amazons make them an ideal starter classic, for a remarkably modest outlay. View 1965 Volvo P 130 Amazone on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1965-volvo-p-130-amazone' for further details.
Named after the formidable female warriors of Greek mythology, the Volvo Amazon was unveiled in 1956, and was a marked departure in appearance from its fastback siblings,...more the PV444 and PV544. It was the first Volvo to employ the distinctive "three box" styling which would later become synonymous with the marque, and almost 670,000 examples were manufactured between 1956 and 1970. Long associated with rugged design and excellent build quality - at a time when the same could not have been said of several of their more illustrious European competitors - Volvo employed phosphate treated steel in their bodyshells in order to improve paint adhesion, as well as extensive undercoating and anti-corrosion techniques. Consequently, Amazons became renowned for their ability to sustain high mileages in the most testing of conditions, with only the bare minimum of maintenance usually being required. The P130 variant represented the more sporting version of the Amazon range, and was a popular comepetitor in rallying and long distance racing throughout the 1960s. This particular example was originally delivered new to the Netherlands, and has remained there ever since. The vendor is a keen Volvo enthusiast and the car is presented in excellent condition, being described as "ready to go". Beautifully restored and finished in gleaming red with a black interior, the eminently usable nature and exceptional reliability of Amazons make them an ideal starter classic, for a remarkably modest outlay. View 1965 Volvo P 130 Amazone on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1965-volvo-p-130-amazone' for further details.

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1963 Mercedes-Benz 220B

Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 7 of 117)      

This 3 owner and totally matching numbers 220 SB is a semi-works rally car and was modified at the MB "works" immediately after it was built to its 1st. owner's order and according to FIA regulations of 1963. Chassis number 0596 obtained sports shock absorbers, different and additional lights etc. Its compression was reduced to run on lesser quality petrol and its chassis was strengthened in various areas. In period the car then took part in the following rallies : 1963 Rallye Avus - Berlin 1963 Rallye Bad Neuenahr 1964 Rallye Monte Carlo, starting at Frankfurt with no.: 235 (Drivers Pape/Eger) In 2004 the car was sold to the 2nd. owner who continued to campaign it at the following outings: 2006 Acropolis Rally 2007 and 2008 Winter Drive 2009 Monte Carlo Historique 2010, 2011, 2012 Rallye du Meznec In 2013 the car was sold to its 3rd owner and current owner. Carefully serviced and further rallied by him, the car is being described as ready to race and in excellent condition throughout. The car has covered some 100000 kms, shown on the odometer and runs extremely well. Equipped with the aforementioned German historic registration documents and FIA papers, this is a rare opportunity to buy a semi works prepared Mercedes Benz historic rally car in such good condition. View 1963 Mercedes Benz 220 SB on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-mercedes-benz-220-sb' for further details.
This 3 owner and totally matching numbers 220 SB is a semi-works rally car and was modified at the MB "works" immediately after it was built to its 1st. owner's ord...moreer and according to FIA regulations of 1963. Chassis number 0596 obtained sports shock absorbers, different and additional lights etc. Its compression was reduced to run on lesser quality petrol and its chassis was strengthened in various areas. In period the car then took part in the following rallies : 1963 Rallye Avus - Berlin 1963 Rallye Bad Neuenahr 1964 Rallye Monte Carlo, starting at Frankfurt with no.: 235 (Drivers Pape/Eger) In 2004 the car was sold to the 2nd. owner who continued to campaign it at the following outings: 2006 Acropolis Rally 2007 and 2008 Winter Drive 2009 Monte Carlo Historique 2010, 2011, 2012 Rallye du Meznec In 2013 the car was sold to its 3rd owner and current owner. Carefully serviced and further rallied by him, the car is being described as ready to race and in excellent condition throughout. The car has covered some 100000 kms, shown on the odometer and runs extremely well. Equipped with the aforementioned German historic registration documents and FIA papers, this is a rare opportunity to buy a semi works prepared Mercedes Benz historic rally car in such good condition. View 1963 Mercedes Benz 220 SB on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-mercedes-benz-220-sb' for further details.

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1967 Jaguar D-Type Evocation

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 8 of 117)      

The original 1955 Jaguar D-Type was a milestone in automobile history and won the most important endurance race - the 24 h Le Mans - 3 years in row from 1955 - 1957. Genuine examples, if available, would certainly cost no less than 15.000.000 The replica D-Type we offer, is a faithful recreation of the real thing, fitted with a 1964 3.8 litre Jaguar engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox and electrical overdrive. Professionally built by British manufacturer - "Le Mans Sportscars" - to a very high standard, it boasts a detachable wooden steering wheel, a fire extinguisher system and racing seatbelts. Its adjustable chassis sits on 4 superb alloy wheels reminiscent the original Dunlop ones. The engine is the well proven 3.8 litre unit aspirated through 2 SU carburettors giving 223 HP, sufficient enough to propel this light bodied racing car to a considerable top speed. Coming with German historic road papers and an expert report, valuing this amazing D-Type replica at 45.000 and a condition of 2. The car has taken part in several historic outings in Germany during the last few years. View 1967 Jaguar D-Type Evocation on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1967-jaguar-d-type-evocation' for further details.
The original 1955 Jaguar D-Type was a milestone in automobile history and won the most important endurance race - the 24 h Le Mans - 3 years in row from 1955 - 1957. Ge...morenuine examples, if available, would certainly cost no less than 15.000.000 The replica D-Type we offer, is a faithful recreation of the real thing, fitted with a 1964 3.8 litre Jaguar engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox and electrical overdrive. Professionally built by British manufacturer - "Le Mans Sportscars" - to a very high standard, it boasts a detachable wooden steering wheel, a fire extinguisher system and racing seatbelts. Its adjustable chassis sits on 4 superb alloy wheels reminiscent the original Dunlop ones. The engine is the well proven 3.8 litre unit aspirated through 2 SU carburettors giving 223 HP, sufficient enough to propel this light bodied racing car to a considerable top speed. Coming with German historic road papers and an expert report, valuing this amazing D-Type replica at 45.000 and a condition of 2. The car has taken part in several historic outings in Germany during the last few years. View 1967 Jaguar D-Type Evocation on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1967-jaguar-d-type-evocation' for further details.

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1959 Heinkel Kabine Micro-car

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 9 of 117)      

Perhaps the biggest mystery concerning Ernest Heinkel's Kabine Cruiser is how its creator got away with producing a design outwardly so similar to BMW's Isetta. Launched in 1956, the Heinkel used a 175cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine originally developed for a motor scooter and while closely resembling the Isetta, it was both lighter and more spacious, even providing children's seats in the rear. A four-speed gearbox made the Heinkel nippy in traffic, while a simplified design of front-opening door avoided the complication of its rival's jointed steering column. Larger-engined (204cc and 198cc) models were offered later, as well as four-wheeled versions, convertibles and vans. After around 6,000 had been made, production was discontinued in Germany in 1958 but continued in other countries, Ireland included, where approximately 8,000 were built before the rights transferred to Trojan in the UK in 1961. This little bubble-car offered here is presented in lovely condition. Finished in blue, it comes with its Swedish registration papers. A fun vehicle which doesn't need too much space in a garage but which is extremely practical. View 1959 Heinkel Kabine Micro-car on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1959-heinkel-kabine-micro-car' for further details.
Perhaps the biggest mystery concerning Ernest Heinkel's Kabine Cruiser is how its creator got away with producing a design outwardly so similar to BMW's Isetta. Launch...moreed in 1956, the Heinkel used a 175cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine originally developed for a motor scooter and while closely resembling the Isetta, it was both lighter and more spacious, even providing children's seats in the rear. A four-speed gearbox made the Heinkel nippy in traffic, while a simplified design of front-opening door avoided the complication of its rival's jointed steering column. Larger-engined (204cc and 198cc) models were offered later, as well as four-wheeled versions, convertibles and vans. After around 6,000 had been made, production was discontinued in Germany in 1958 but continued in other countries, Ireland included, where approximately 8,000 were built before the rights transferred to Trojan in the UK in 1961. This little bubble-car offered here is presented in lovely condition. Finished in blue, it comes with its Swedish registration papers. A fun vehicle which doesn't need too much space in a garage but which is extremely practical. View 1959 Heinkel Kabine Micro-car on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1959-heinkel-kabine-micro-car' for further details.

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1977 Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera Special

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 10 of 117)      

The Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera was the Autobianchi version of the Fiat 500 Giardiniera, whose assembly was transferred to the house of Desio from 1966. Compared to the original version of Fiat, launched in 1960 in terms of construction, the D version of the 500 sedan, there were no changes. Initially the car retained even the brand Fiat in fact Autobianchi assembled also a part of the 500 D production on the Bianchina lines (which was derived from the small 500). In 1968, after the launch of the F 500 series, the Giardiniera took the Autobianchi brand. In addition to the specifications of the F, excluding changes in the doors, which, unlike the sedan, will always remain "suicide doors" (that is hinged at the back), the Giardiniera adopted air intake grilles (the ones on the rear supports) black (instead steel colour) and the outside rear view mirror. The example that we have is a Special bi-colour version. Finished in blue and cream, this 500 Giardiniera presented in good condition. It comes with its Italian registration papers and one of its famous previous owners was the famous Italian journalist Paolo Del Debbio. View 1977 Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera Special on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1977-autobianchi-500-giardiniera-special' for further details.
The Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera was the Autobianchi version of the Fiat 500 Giardiniera, whose assembly was transferred to the house of Desio from 1966. Compared to th...moree original version of Fiat, launched in 1960 in terms of construction, the D version of the 500 sedan, there were no changes. Initially the car retained even the brand Fiat in fact Autobianchi assembled also a part of the 500 D production on the Bianchina lines (which was derived from the small 500). In 1968, after the launch of the F 500 series, the Giardiniera took the Autobianchi brand. In addition to the specifications of the F, excluding changes in the doors, which, unlike the sedan, will always remain "suicide doors" (that is hinged at the back), the Giardiniera adopted air intake grilles (the ones on the rear supports) black (instead steel colour) and the outside rear view mirror. The example that we have is a Special bi-colour version. Finished in blue and cream, this 500 Giardiniera presented in good condition. It comes with its Italian registration papers and one of its famous previous owners was the famous Italian journalist Paolo Del Debbio. View 1977 Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera Special on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1977-autobianchi-500-giardiniera-special' for further details.

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1985 Porsche 911 Turbo

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 11 of 117)      

It offers the finest blend of ultimate performance and refinement I have ever come across-' - Paul Fr_re on the Porsche 911 Turbo. Much of the Porsche 911's development had resulted from the factory's racing programme, and it was the then Group 4 homologation rules, which required 400 road cars to be built, which spurred the development of 'Project 930' - the legendary 911 Turbo. In production from April 1975, the Turbo married a KKK turbocharger to the 3.0-litre Carrera RSR engine, in road trim a combination that delivered 260bhp for a top speed of 155mph. But the Turbo wasn't just about top speed, it was also the best-equipped 911 and amazingly flexible - hence only four speeds in the gearbox - being capable of racing from a standstill to 100mph in 14 seconds. What set the 911 Turbo apart from its peers was the relaxed way this stupefying performance was delivered. Comparing the Turbo to similarly quick 'he-man' cars such as the Holman & Moody-tuned Cobra 427 and the Ford GT40, Motor's Roger Bell reckoned what made the Porsche so different was that it 'hurls you forward with similar velocity but in an uncannily quiet and effortless way. To be shoved so hard in the back that you need high-back seats to keep your head on, yet neither to feel nor hear anything more than a muffled hum, is a very odd sensation indeed in a car.' The Turbo's characteristic flared wheel arches and 'tea tray' rear spoiler had already been seen on the Carrera model while the interior was the most luxurious yet seen in a 911, featuring leather upholstery, air conditioning and electric windows. For 1978 the Turbo's engine was enlarged to 3.3 litres, gaining an inter-cooler in the process; power increased to 300bhp and the top speed of what was the fastest-accelerating road car of its day went up to 160mph. Sadly, US Porsche customers were only able to enjoy the newly enlarged Turbo for a couple of years before increasingly tough emissions legislation forced its withdrawal from the North American market. More refined than hitherto yet retaining its high performance edge, the Porsche 911 Turbo became the definitive sports car of its age. This 3.3-litre Porsche 911 Turbo was acquired by the current owner in 2013 and comes complete with tool kit and a history file. Finished in the rare and very period shade of Sienna Metallic over Cr_me, it is ready to be used and enjoyed by its new owner. View 1985 Porsche 911 Turbo on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1985-porsche-911-turbo' for further details.
It offers the finest blend of ultimate performance and refinement I have ever come across-' - Paul Fr_re on the Porsche 911 Turbo. Much of the Porsche 911's development ...morehad resulted from the factory's racing programme, and it was the then Group 4 homologation rules, which required 400 road cars to be built, which spurred the development of 'Project 930' - the legendary 911 Turbo. In production from April 1975, the Turbo married a KKK turbocharger to the 3.0-litre Carrera RSR engine, in road trim a combination that delivered 260bhp for a top speed of 155mph. But the Turbo wasn't just about top speed, it was also the best-equipped 911 and amazingly flexible - hence only four speeds in the gearbox - being capable of racing from a standstill to 100mph in 14 seconds. What set the 911 Turbo apart from its peers was the relaxed way this stupefying performance was delivered. Comparing the Turbo to similarly quick 'he-man' cars such as the Holman & Moody-tuned Cobra 427 and the Ford GT40, Motor's Roger Bell reckoned what made the Porsche so different was that it 'hurls you forward with similar velocity but in an uncannily quiet and effortless way. To be shoved so hard in the back that you need high-back seats to keep your head on, yet neither to feel nor hear anything more than a muffled hum, is a very odd sensation indeed in a car.' The Turbo's characteristic flared wheel arches and 'tea tray' rear spoiler had already been seen on the Carrera model while the interior was the most luxurious yet seen in a 911, featuring leather upholstery, air conditioning and electric windows. For 1978 the Turbo's engine was enlarged to 3.3 litres, gaining an inter-cooler in the process; power increased to 300bhp and the top speed of what was the fastest-accelerating road car of its day went up to 160mph. Sadly, US Porsche customers were only able to enjoy the newly enlarged Turbo for a couple of years before increasingly tough emissions legislation forced its withdrawal from the North American market. More refined than hitherto yet retaining its high performance edge, the Porsche 911 Turbo became the definitive sports car of its age. This 3.3-litre Porsche 911 Turbo was acquired by the current owner in 2013 and comes complete with tool kit and a history file. Finished in the rare and very period shade of Sienna Metallic over Cr_me, it is ready to be used and enjoyed by its new owner. View 1985 Porsche 911 Turbo on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1985-porsche-911-turbo' for further details.

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1968 Porsche 911S 2.0

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 12 of 117)      

Porsche's long-running and much loved 911 sports car first appeared at the 1963 Frankfurt Show as the '901', but shortly after production proper commenced in 1964 had become the '911' following Peugeot's complaints about the use of '0' model numbers. The preceding Type 356's rear-engined layout was retained but the 911 switched to unitary construction for the bodyshell and dropped the 356's VW-based suspension in favour of a more modern McPherson strut and trailing arm arrangement. In its first incarnation, Porsche's single-overhead-camshaft, air-cooled flat six engine displaced 1,991cc and produced 130bhp; progressively enlarged and developed, it would eventually grow to more than 3.0 litres and, in turbo-charged form, put out well over 300 horsepower. The first of countless upgrades to the perennial 911 came in 1966, two years after production had commenced, with the introduction of the 911S. Easily distinguishable by its stylish Fuchs five-spoked alloy wheels, the 'S' featured a heavily revised engine producing 160bhp. One of only 1,267 911S coup_s produced in the final year of the short (2,211mm) wheelbase chassis, '119300349' has just undergone a no expense spared specialist restoration which was completed in 2015. The 170 ps motor is matching numbers and we are advised performs very well indeed. Immensely popular within the classic rallying fraternity, these early short-wheelbase 911s are rarely seen in original form today and unmodified survivors, such as that offered here, are highly sought after by collectors. View 1968 Porsche 911S 2.0-Litre 'SWB' Coup_ on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-porsche-911s-2-0-litre-swb-coupe' for further details.
Porsche's long-running and much loved 911 sports car first appeared at the 1963 Frankfurt Show as the '901', but shortly after production proper commenced in 1964 had bec...moreome the '911' following Peugeot's complaints about the use of '0' model numbers. The preceding Type 356's rear-engined layout was retained but the 911 switched to unitary construction for the bodyshell and dropped the 356's VW-based suspension in favour of a more modern McPherson strut and trailing arm arrangement. In its first incarnation, Porsche's single-overhead-camshaft, air-cooled flat six engine displaced 1,991cc and produced 130bhp; progressively enlarged and developed, it would eventually grow to more than 3.0 litres and, in turbo-charged form, put out well over 300 horsepower. The first of countless upgrades to the perennial 911 came in 1966, two years after production had commenced, with the introduction of the 911S. Easily distinguishable by its stylish Fuchs five-spoked alloy wheels, the 'S' featured a heavily revised engine producing 160bhp. One of only 1,267 911S coup_s produced in the final year of the short (2,211mm) wheelbase chassis, '119300349' has just undergone a no expense spared specialist restoration which was completed in 2015. The 170 ps motor is matching numbers and we are advised performs very well indeed. Immensely popular within the classic rallying fraternity, these early short-wheelbase 911s are rarely seen in original form today and unmodified survivors, such as that offered here, are highly sought after by collectors. View 1968 Porsche 911S 2.0-Litre 'SWB' Coup_ on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-porsche-911s-2-0-litre-swb-coupe' for further details.

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1963 Triumph TR4

Lot # 113 (Sale Order: 13 of 117)      

The Triumph TR4 was introduced in 1961 to follow its very successful predecessors, the TR2 and TR3. Code named 'Zest' during development the body was given a more modern and updated appearance by Michelotti but its drivetrain and chassis remained the same using the well proven 4 cylinder pushrod unit, however its capacity was increased from 1991cc to 2138cc. Handling was improved by a three inch wider track and steering was also updated to the more modern and precise rack and pinion system. Internally the car gained wind up windows and the new angular rear end allowed for a boot with a very reasonable luggage capacity for a sports car. Another innovation was the option of an alloy hard top with a removable roof panel that was five years ahead of Porsche's famous 911 Targa. This example was completely restored in the 2003, the pictures of the restoration are available with the car in CD format. Finished in a very elegant red, the body number is 22230-CT and it's engine number is CT-75431-E. This Triumph TR4 is an original LHD and comes with its Italian registration papers, the ASI certification and the certification from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust. This car is one of the best example that is possible to find on the market. View 1963 Triumph TR4 on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-triumph-tr4' for further details.
The Triumph TR4 was introduced in 1961 to follow its very successful predecessors, the TR2 and TR3. Code named 'Zest' during development the body was given a more modern ...moreand updated appearance by Michelotti but its drivetrain and chassis remained the same using the well proven 4 cylinder pushrod unit, however its capacity was increased from 1991cc to 2138cc. Handling was improved by a three inch wider track and steering was also updated to the more modern and precise rack and pinion system. Internally the car gained wind up windows and the new angular rear end allowed for a boot with a very reasonable luggage capacity for a sports car. Another innovation was the option of an alloy hard top with a removable roof panel that was five years ahead of Porsche's famous 911 Targa. This example was completely restored in the 2003, the pictures of the restoration are available with the car in CD format. Finished in a very elegant red, the body number is 22230-CT and it's engine number is CT-75431-E. This Triumph TR4 is an original LHD and comes with its Italian registration papers, the ASI certification and the certification from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust. This car is one of the best example that is possible to find on the market. View 1963 Triumph TR4 on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-triumph-tr4' for further details.

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1993 Porsche 928 GTS

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 14 of 117)      

The Porsche 928 is a luxury GT car produced by Porsche AG of Germany from 1978 to 1995. Originally intended to replace the company's well-known and famed 911, the 928 combined the power, poise, and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort, and equipment of a luxury sedan to create what some Porsche executives thought would be a vehicle with wider appeal than the compact, quirky and sometimes difficult 911. The 928 featured a large, front-mounted and water-cooled V8 engine driving the rear wheels. Originally displacing 4.5 L and featuring a single overhead camshaft design, it produced 219 hp for the North American market and 237 hp (176 kW/240 PS) in other markets. The 928 GTS came for sale in late 1991 as a 1992 model in Europe and in spring of 1992 as an early 1993 model in North America. Changed bodywork, larger front brakes and a new, more powerful 5.4 L, 350 PS engine were the big advertised changes; what Porsche wasn't advertising was the price. Loaded GTS models could eclipse US$100,000 in 1995, making them among the most expensive cars on the road at the time. This immaculate Porsche 928 GTS is one of the extremely rare examples with the 5 - speed manual gearbox, of which only 667 were produced. Having been meticulously looked after by only 2 collector owners in all its life, the car shows a fully stamped service booklet from mileage 15802 kms to the warranted mileage of now 76,500 kms. The cars first owner, an Italian pharmacist, purchased this superb 928 GTS with 9000 kms directly from Porsche Centre Napoli and since 1996 all invoices from the first owner are available in the cars file. Since his purchase in 2012 the now vendor and second owner invested a further circa 20,000 in the car, namely a first class respray in 2012/2013 in its original blue metallic at circa 10.000. Invoices are available on file as well. The 928 GTS comes with power steering, electric sunroof, radio / cassette ( Blaupunkt Symphony ), central locking, electric mirrors, heat protecting windows, 5 - speed gearbox, electric side screens, sport seats in leather, airbags, alarm system, catalyst converter, cruise control and much more. The car comes with a TUV to 2017. View 1993 Porsche 928 GTS on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1993-porsche-928-gts-2' for further details.
The Porsche 928 is a luxury GT car produced by Porsche AG of Germany from 1978 to 1995. Originally intended to replace the company's well-known and famed 911, the 928 com...morebined the power, poise, and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort, and equipment of a luxury sedan to create what some Porsche executives thought would be a vehicle with wider appeal than the compact, quirky and sometimes difficult 911. The 928 featured a large, front-mounted and water-cooled V8 engine driving the rear wheels. Originally displacing 4.5 L and featuring a single overhead camshaft design, it produced 219 hp for the North American market and 237 hp (176 kW/240 PS) in other markets. The 928 GTS came for sale in late 1991 as a 1992 model in Europe and in spring of 1992 as an early 1993 model in North America. Changed bodywork, larger front brakes and a new, more powerful 5.4 L, 350 PS engine were the big advertised changes; what Porsche wasn't advertising was the price. Loaded GTS models could eclipse US$100,000 in 1995, making them among the most expensive cars on the road at the time. This immaculate Porsche 928 GTS is one of the extremely rare examples with the 5 - speed manual gearbox, of which only 667 were produced. Having been meticulously looked after by only 2 collector owners in all its life, the car shows a fully stamped service booklet from mileage 15802 kms to the warranted mileage of now 76,500 kms. The cars first owner, an Italian pharmacist, purchased this superb 928 GTS with 9000 kms directly from Porsche Centre Napoli and since 1996 all invoices from the first owner are available in the cars file. Since his purchase in 2012 the now vendor and second owner invested a further circa 20,000 in the car, namely a first class respray in 2012/2013 in its original blue metallic at circa 10.000. Invoices are available on file as well. The 928 GTS comes with power steering, electric sunroof, radio / cassette ( Blaupunkt Symphony ), central locking, electric mirrors, heat protecting windows, 5 - speed gearbox, electric side screens, sport seats in leather, airbags, alarm system, catalyst converter, cruise control and much more. The car comes with a TUV to 2017. View 1993 Porsche 928 GTS on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1993-porsche-928-gts-2' for further details.

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1952 Jaguar XK120

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 15 of 117)      

We claimed 120 mph (for the XK 120), a speed unheard of for a production car in those days' - William Heynes, Chief Engineer, Jaguar Cars. Conceived and constructed in but a few months, the XK120 debuted at the 1948 Earls Court Motor Show where the stunning-looking roadster caused a sensation, the resulting demand for what was then the world's fastest production car taking Jaguar by surprise. With orders rolling in apace, Jaguar had no choice but to think again about the XK120's method of construction. The work of Jaguar boss William Lyons himself and one of the most beautiful shapes ever to grace a motor car, the body had been conceived as a coachbuilt, aluminium panelled structure for the simple reason that Jaguar expected to sell no more than 200 XK120s in the first year! In conjunction with the Pressed Steel Fisher Company a new all-steel panelled body was developed, which retained the fabulous looks of the coachbuilt original while differing in minor external details. Beneath the skin the steel car was entirely different and it would take some 20 months of development before manufacture could begin. The XK120's heart was, of course, the fabulous XK engine, which had been developed during the war and was intended for Jaguar's forthcoming Mark VII saloon. A 3.4-litre 'six' embodying the best of modern design, it boasted twin overhead camshafts running in an aluminium-alloy cylinder head, seven main bearings and a maximum output of 160bhp. It went into a chassis that was essentially a shortened version of the simultaneously announced Mark V saloon's, featuring William Heynes' torsion bar independent front suspension. Jaguar lost no time in demonstrating that the XK120's claimed top speed was no idle boast. In May 1949, on the Jabbeke to Aeltre autoroute, an example with its hood and side screens in place recorded a speed of 126mph and 132mph with the hood and windscreen detached and an under-tray fitted. The XK120 set new standards of comfort, roadholding and performance for British sports cars and, in keeping with the Jaguar tradition, there was nothing to touch it at the price. Coup_ and drophead coup_ versions followed, and for customers who found the standard car too slow, there was the Special Equipment (SE) package which boosted power to 180bhp. With either engine and regardless of the type of bodywork, the XK120 was a genuine 120mph car capable of sustained high-speed cruising. The XK120 was produced until 1954 and would prove to be the most popular of the XK series, with 12,078 examples built, of which only 2,484 were left-hand drive coup_s like that offered here. Chassis number '679368' comes with a JDHT Certificate revealing that it was despatched in February 1952 to the distributor Hoffman in the USA. There are invoices in a large file relating to extensive restoration works undertaken in 2004/2005 by various specialists, totalling in excess of ‚£48,000. A photographic record of the restoration is available, and the car also comes with two substantial history files. Finished in Old English White with red leather interior, this XK120 is offered with an old-style logbook and UK registration document. View 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1952-jaguar-xk120-fixed-head-coupe' for further details.
We claimed 120 mph (for the XK 120), a speed unheard of for a production car in those days' - William Heynes, Chief Engineer, Jaguar Cars. Conceived and constructed in...more but a few months, the XK120 debuted at the 1948 Earls Court Motor Show where the stunning-looking roadster caused a sensation, the resulting demand for what was then the world's fastest production car taking Jaguar by surprise. With orders rolling in apace, Jaguar had no choice but to think again about the XK120's method of construction. The work of Jaguar boss William Lyons himself and one of the most beautiful shapes ever to grace a motor car, the body had been conceived as a coachbuilt, aluminium panelled structure for the simple reason that Jaguar expected to sell no more than 200 XK120s in the first year! In conjunction with the Pressed Steel Fisher Company a new all-steel panelled body was developed, which retained the fabulous looks of the coachbuilt original while differing in minor external details. Beneath the skin the steel car was entirely different and it would take some 20 months of development before manufacture could begin. The XK120's heart was, of course, the fabulous XK engine, which had been developed during the war and was intended for Jaguar's forthcoming Mark VII saloon. A 3.4-litre 'six' embodying the best of modern design, it boasted twin overhead camshafts running in an aluminium-alloy cylinder head, seven main bearings and a maximum output of 160bhp. It went into a chassis that was essentially a shortened version of the simultaneously announced Mark V saloon's, featuring William Heynes' torsion bar independent front suspension. Jaguar lost no time in demonstrating that the XK120's claimed top speed was no idle boast. In May 1949, on the Jabbeke to Aeltre autoroute, an example with its hood and side screens in place recorded a speed of 126mph and 132mph with the hood and windscreen detached and an under-tray fitted. The XK120 set new standards of comfort, roadholding and performance for British sports cars and, in keeping with the Jaguar tradition, there was nothing to touch it at the price. Coup_ and drophead coup_ versions followed, and for customers who found the standard car too slow, there was the Special Equipment (SE) package which boosted power to 180bhp. With either engine and regardless of the type of bodywork, the XK120 was a genuine 120mph car capable of sustained high-speed cruising. The XK120 was produced until 1954 and would prove to be the most popular of the XK series, with 12,078 examples built, of which only 2,484 were left-hand drive coup_s like that offered here. Chassis number '679368' comes with a JDHT Certificate revealing that it was despatched in February 1952 to the distributor Hoffman in the USA. There are invoices in a large file relating to extensive restoration works undertaken in 2004/2005 by various specialists, totalling in excess of ‚£48,000. A photographic record of the restoration is available, and the car also comes with two substantial history files. Finished in Old English White with red leather interior, this XK120 is offered with an old-style logbook and UK registration document. View 1952 Jaguar XK120 Fixed Head Coupe on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1952-jaguar-xk120-fixed-head-coupe' for further details.

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1972 BMW 3.0 CSi

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 16 of 117)      

With BMW looking to push the marque further upmarket, the combination of their barn-storming six cylinder engine and a pretty but underpowered Coup_ in its portfolio, it was almost inevitable that the two would get together. The resulting E9 Coup_ is one of BMW's best ever Coup_s. British buyers had to wait until 1969 before they could sample the new car and shortly after, in 1971, the 3.0 CS made its debut with another 10bhp and more torque for better flexibility. This year also saw the introduction of this car - the 3.0 CSI fuel injected version, and with more power it became BMW's first 200bhp plus machine. It was always an expensive machine at some ‚£6,000 when new in 1971 - that would have bought you a Porsche 911 of the period or even an entry-level Ferrari. In recent years, prices of its big brother, the legendary CSL have rapidly risen to a whole new league with the CSI's tipped to follow. This nicely restored example of an increasingly rare and desirable model was delivered new to its first Belgian owner on 13th January of 1972, fitted with the desirable options of both a sunroof and original air conditioning. The car arrived in Sweden in 1986, where it was stored for some time until being restored comprehensively in 2015/16. The body was stripped, any rust repaired and new panels fitted where required. The engine was rebuilt with new bearings and piston rings and all new gaskets. Other major mechanical components were checked, cleaned and repainted. After careful preparation several coats of paint were applied in the correct shade of Baikal Blue and the car was carefully rebuilt. The interior was re-trimmed in tan leather, the wood veneers were refinished, and all instruments were checked and refitted, alongside new rubber seals where required. The wheels (optional wider BMW Mahle cross-spoke alloys) were refurbished and fitted with new Vredestein tyres. The exhaust system was replaced and the entire braking system checked and fitted with new parts such as brake discs, calliper seals and brake pads. As a result of our vendor's efforts this is a very well sorted example of an increasingly desirable 1970s GT car. View 1972 BMW 3.0 CSi on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1972-bmw-3-0-csi-2' for further details.
With BMW looking to push the marque further upmarket, the combination of their barn-storming six cylinder engine and a pretty but underpowered Coup_ in its portfolio, it ...morewas almost inevitable that the two would get together. The resulting E9 Coup_ is one of BMW's best ever Coup_s. British buyers had to wait until 1969 before they could sample the new car and shortly after, in 1971, the 3.0 CS made its debut with another 10bhp and more torque for better flexibility. This year also saw the introduction of this car - the 3.0 CSI fuel injected version, and with more power it became BMW's first 200bhp plus machine. It was always an expensive machine at some ‚£6,000 when new in 1971 - that would have bought you a Porsche 911 of the period or even an entry-level Ferrari. In recent years, prices of its big brother, the legendary CSL have rapidly risen to a whole new league with the CSI's tipped to follow. This nicely restored example of an increasingly rare and desirable model was delivered new to its first Belgian owner on 13th January of 1972, fitted with the desirable options of both a sunroof and original air conditioning. The car arrived in Sweden in 1986, where it was stored for some time until being restored comprehensively in 2015/16. The body was stripped, any rust repaired and new panels fitted where required. The engine was rebuilt with new bearings and piston rings and all new gaskets. Other major mechanical components were checked, cleaned and repainted. After careful preparation several coats of paint were applied in the correct shade of Baikal Blue and the car was carefully rebuilt. The interior was re-trimmed in tan leather, the wood veneers were refinished, and all instruments were checked and refitted, alongside new rubber seals where required. The wheels (optional wider BMW Mahle cross-spoke alloys) were refurbished and fitted with new Vredestein tyres. The exhaust system was replaced and the entire braking system checked and fitted with new parts such as brake discs, calliper seals and brake pads. As a result of our vendor's efforts this is a very well sorted example of an increasingly desirable 1970s GT car. View 1972 BMW 3.0 CSi on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1972-bmw-3-0-csi-2' for further details.

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1964 Fiat 1500 Spider

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 17 of 117)      

The Fiat 1500 Coupe and Convertible, bodied by Pininfarina, are sports cars produced by Fiat between 1959 and 1966 and derived from the 1200 Granluce Convertible. In the second half of the fifties the House of Turin decided to construct a spyder . Despite the official name of the 1200 Cabriolet, the new car (launched in 1959) was a true spyder 2 seater. At the end of that year the version with 1.2-litre engine was flanked by the more powerful 1500 S Cabriolet, powered by a 1491 cc DOHC engine Osca, capable of delivering 80hp, derived directly from the engine Osca MT4. The 1500 S, recognizable by its new grille which followed the one in 1200, also had front brakes discs. Some 1500S OSCA were set up directly in the workshops and were recognizable aesthetically for some more aerodynamic appendage that made them more aggressive in the line and above the engine had 20hp more than the home-produced cousins Fiat. These built cars are still much sought after because very rare. The Fiat 1500 Spider that we have today comes with its Italian registration and the ASI certification. The feature that makes this car special and rare is that it is equipped with the original hard-top, which is not common for the spiders and very rare to find. The car was restored in the 1998 and then it was used only for classic car meetings. View 1964 Fiat 1500 Spider on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1964-fiat-1500-spider' for further details.
The Fiat 1500 Coupe and Convertible, bodied by Pininfarina, are sports cars produced by Fiat between 1959 and 1966 and derived from the 1200 Granluce Convertible. In t...morehe second half of the fifties the House of Turin decided to construct a spyder . Despite the official name of the 1200 Cabriolet, the new car (launched in 1959) was a true spyder 2 seater. At the end of that year the version with 1.2-litre engine was flanked by the more powerful 1500 S Cabriolet, powered by a 1491 cc DOHC engine Osca, capable of delivering 80hp, derived directly from the engine Osca MT4. The 1500 S, recognizable by its new grille which followed the one in 1200, also had front brakes discs. Some 1500S OSCA were set up directly in the workshops and were recognizable aesthetically for some more aerodynamic appendage that made them more aggressive in the line and above the engine had 20hp more than the home-produced cousins Fiat. These built cars are still much sought after because very rare. The Fiat 1500 Spider that we have today comes with its Italian registration and the ASI certification. The feature that makes this car special and rare is that it is equipped with the original hard-top, which is not common for the spiders and very rare to find. The car was restored in the 1998 and then it was used only for classic car meetings. View 1964 Fiat 1500 Spider on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1964-fiat-1500-spider' for further details.

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1968 Porsche 912 Targa

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 18 of 117)      

The introduction of the Porsche 911 in 1964 represented a watershed in the company's history as it had hitherto built its road car reputation on the flat-4 engined Type 356, which had ultimately been derived from the humble VW Beetle. The new 911 - with its relatively sophisticated flat-6 engine - was a departure into a different market and, whilst noticeably more powerful than its predecessor, it was also considerably more expensive. Porsche executives were concerned that this would limit sales and restrict brand appeal, and so planned a "transition" car utilising the new 911 bodyshell, but with an engine based on the old 356SC. This would enable Porsche to control costs at the same time as offering superior weight distribution, handling and fuel efficiency than the 911. The idea appeared to have some merit, as the 912 initially actually outsold the 911. Porsche produced around 32,500 912s between 1965 and 1969, although only an estimated 2,500 of these sported the same Targa body style as the example offered here. This particular car was exported to the New Jersey distributor on 4th December 1968, finished in light ivory with black vinyl interior. Today - almost 50 years later - the car is still finished in this colour scheme and, significantly, retains its original engine. This particular car has been part of a significant European collection for the past 10 years and is accompanied by Dutch registration papers. It is indeed a fine example of this underrated classic, and is favourably priced against its early 911 siblings. View 1968 Porsche 912 Targa on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-porsche-912-targa' for further details.
The introduction of the Porsche 911 in 1964 represented a watershed in the company's history as it had hitherto built its road car reputation on the flat-4 engined Type 3...more56, which had ultimately been derived from the humble VW Beetle. The new 911 - with its relatively sophisticated flat-6 engine - was a departure into a different market and, whilst noticeably more powerful than its predecessor, it was also considerably more expensive. Porsche executives were concerned that this would limit sales and restrict brand appeal, and so planned a "transition" car utilising the new 911 bodyshell, but with an engine based on the old 356SC. This would enable Porsche to control costs at the same time as offering superior weight distribution, handling and fuel efficiency than the 911. The idea appeared to have some merit, as the 912 initially actually outsold the 911. Porsche produced around 32,500 912s between 1965 and 1969, although only an estimated 2,500 of these sported the same Targa body style as the example offered here. This particular car was exported to the New Jersey distributor on 4th December 1968, finished in light ivory with black vinyl interior. Today - almost 50 years later - the car is still finished in this colour scheme and, significantly, retains its original engine. This particular car has been part of a significant European collection for the past 10 years and is accompanied by Dutch registration papers. It is indeed a fine example of this underrated classic, and is favourably priced against its early 911 siblings. View 1968 Porsche 912 Targa on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1968-porsche-912-targa' for further details.

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1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 19 of 117)      

Upon its introduction at the 1961 Geneva Salon, Jaguar's E Type was an immediate hit, with its sleek design backed up by staggering performance. The newcomer's appearance owed much to that of the racing D Type and indeed the E Type would be one of the last great sports cars developed directly from a successful competition ancestor. Just as with the D Type, a monocoque tub formed the main body/chassis structure while a tubular spaceframe extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the same 3.8-litre, triple-SU carburettor fed 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. With a claimed 265 horsepower on tap, the E Type's performance furthered the standards set by the preceding XK models: firstly, because it weighed around 500lbs less than the XK150 and secondly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. Developed from that of the original XK120 sports car and refined in the racing D-Type, the double wishbone, independent front suspension was mounted onto the front subframe. At the rear the E-Type's suspension broke new ground for a large-capacity sports car, being independent at a time when most of its major rivals relied on the traditional live rear axle. Dunlop disc brakes were fitted to all four wheels; those at the rear being mounted inboard alongside the differential to reduce un-sprung weight. The car offered here was originally exported to the US, and was retained by the original owner until 1986. Following its sale to the second owner - who kept the car until only last year - it was restored in 2010, at which point the car had covered only 63,000 miles. Upon sale to the vendor in 2016, the car was restored again - this time to show quality standard - and all major components such as the bodywork, engine, brake system, interior, paint and chromework were either overhauled or replaced as necessary. Now showing just under 68,000 miles in total, the car is immaculately presented in signal red with tan leather interior. The accompanying Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms that it retains its original engine, and is ready to be enjoyed immediately by its fortunate new owner. View 1967 Jaguar E Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1967-jaguar-e-type-series-1-4-2-roadster' for further details.
Upon its introduction at the 1961 Geneva Salon, Jaguar's E Type was an immediate hit, with its sleek design backed up by staggering performance. The newcomer's appearance...more owed much to that of the racing D Type and indeed the E Type would be one of the last great sports cars developed directly from a successful competition ancestor. Just as with the D Type, a monocoque tub formed the main body/chassis structure while a tubular spaceframe extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the same 3.8-litre, triple-SU carburettor fed 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. With a claimed 265 horsepower on tap, the E Type's performance furthered the standards set by the preceding XK models: firstly, because it weighed around 500lbs less than the XK150 and secondly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. Developed from that of the original XK120 sports car and refined in the racing D-Type, the double wishbone, independent front suspension was mounted onto the front subframe. At the rear the E-Type's suspension broke new ground for a large-capacity sports car, being independent at a time when most of its major rivals relied on the traditional live rear axle. Dunlop disc brakes were fitted to all four wheels; those at the rear being mounted inboard alongside the differential to reduce un-sprung weight. The car offered here was originally exported to the US, and was retained by the original owner until 1986. Following its sale to the second owner - who kept the car until only last year - it was restored in 2010, at which point the car had covered only 63,000 miles. Upon sale to the vendor in 2016, the car was restored again - this time to show quality standard - and all major components such as the bodywork, engine, brake system, interior, paint and chromework were either overhauled or replaced as necessary. Now showing just under 68,000 miles in total, the car is immaculately presented in signal red with tan leather interior. The accompanying Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms that it retains its original engine, and is ready to be enjoyed immediately by its fortunate new owner. View 1967 Jaguar E Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1967-jaguar-e-type-series-1-4-2-roadster' for further details.

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1995 Porsche 993 Turbo

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 20 of 117)      

The 993 is the company's internal name for the version of the Porsche 911 model manufactured and sold between late 1993 and early 1998, replacing the 964. Its discontinuation marked the end of air-cooled Porsches. The 993 Turbo Coupe was released in 1995. It featured a new turbochargers engine displacing 3.6 liters producing 402 hp. Twin turbochargers and air-to-air intercoolers, electronic engine management, redesigned cylinder heads and other modified engine internals were used. The 993 Turbo was the first Porsche Turbo with all-wheel drive. The electronic engine management helped the Turbo to achieve fuel efficiency far superior to any of the previous production Turbos. In connection with two catalytic converters and an on-board-diagnostics-system including four oxygen-sensors, it also made the 993 Turbo the cleanest sports car at its time. The Turbo's bodywork differs from the Carrera body by widened rear wheel arches (approximately 6 cm), redesigned front and rear bumper mouldings and a fixed rear wing housing the intercoolers. New 18-inch alloy wheels with weight-reducing hollow spokes were standard. Finished in a unique shade of blue metallic with a matching Navy Blue leather interior, this low-mileage 993 Turbo was delivered to its first owner on 25th November 1995, and shows now 74,000 kilometres recorded. This Turbo really is in excellent condition all round, and is offered with a stamped service record and recent Porsche pre-purchase inspection. With the values of modern classic Porsches firmly on the march, we believe now is the time to invest in a low mileage example of one of the ultimate air-cooled Porsches you can buy. View 1995 Porsche 993 Turbo on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1995-porsche-993-turbo-4' for further details.
The 993 is the company's internal name for the version of the Porsche 911 model manufactured and sold between late 1993 and early 1998, replacing the 964. Its discontinua...moretion marked the end of air-cooled Porsches. The 993 Turbo Coupe was released in 1995. It featured a new turbochargers engine displacing 3.6 liters producing 402 hp. Twin turbochargers and air-to-air intercoolers, electronic engine management, redesigned cylinder heads and other modified engine internals were used. The 993 Turbo was the first Porsche Turbo with all-wheel drive. The electronic engine management helped the Turbo to achieve fuel efficiency far superior to any of the previous production Turbos. In connection with two catalytic converters and an on-board-diagnostics-system including four oxygen-sensors, it also made the 993 Turbo the cleanest sports car at its time. The Turbo's bodywork differs from the Carrera body by widened rear wheel arches (approximately 6 cm), redesigned front and rear bumper mouldings and a fixed rear wing housing the intercoolers. New 18-inch alloy wheels with weight-reducing hollow spokes were standard. Finished in a unique shade of blue metallic with a matching Navy Blue leather interior, this low-mileage 993 Turbo was delivered to its first owner on 25th November 1995, and shows now 74,000 kilometres recorded. This Turbo really is in excellent condition all round, and is offered with a stamped service record and recent Porsche pre-purchase inspection. With the values of modern classic Porsches firmly on the march, we believe now is the time to invest in a low mileage example of one of the ultimate air-cooled Porsches you can buy. View 1995 Porsche 993 Turbo on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1995-porsche-993-turbo-4' for further details.

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1972 Intermeccanica Indra Spider

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 21 of 117)      

Construzione Automobili Intermeccanica is an automobile manufacturer founded by Frank Reisner initially based in Italy but subsequently moving to Canada. It is currently headed by Frank's son, Henry Reisner. The company's first car was a Formula Junior on a Peugeot engine, followed by further 500cc engined race cars, one of which won at the Nurburgring. Larger American V8 engines were used in the Apollo GT, of which 101 cars were made for International Motor Cars (1961-1965). The Apollo, the Veltro and later prototypes were designed by Franco Scaglione. The later Italia was a larger GT sports car, of which approximately 500 were made (1966-1972), followed by Murena GT in 1971. With Bitter Cars and Opel, Intermeccanica developed the Indra (1971), followed by a few years assembling the Squire car. The Indra was presented at the Geneva Automobile Show and was Intermeccanica's most successful car yet. Between 1971 and 1974, 125 Indras in three variants, convertible, notchback coupe and fastback coupe were developed and built. In 1973 the Indra was presented at the New York Automobile Show, again with many orders taken and distributorship for U.S. set up. At this stage GM changed policy and stopped supplying both the Chevrolet engines and the Opel parts, as well as advising their Opel dealers in Germany that they were no longer to sell the Indras, with disastrous results for Intermeccanica. Distributor Erich Bitter developed a very similar replacement, the Bitter CD, built by Baur. One of only 60 Indra Spiders produced, this rare and desirable Italian sportscar is the only known example to be offered on the open market today. Finished in fly yellow with a black interior, the Indra makes an interesting and unusual alternative to the more mainstream sportscars of the 1970s. View 1972 Intermeccanica Indra Spider on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1972-intermeccanica-indra-spider' for further details.
Construzione Automobili Intermeccanica is an automobile manufacturer founded by Frank Reisner initially based in Italy but subsequently moving to Canada. It is currently ...moreheaded by Frank's son, Henry Reisner. The company's first car was a Formula Junior on a Peugeot engine, followed by further 500cc engined race cars, one of which won at the Nurburgring. Larger American V8 engines were used in the Apollo GT, of which 101 cars were made for International Motor Cars (1961-1965). The Apollo, the Veltro and later prototypes were designed by Franco Scaglione. The later Italia was a larger GT sports car, of which approximately 500 were made (1966-1972), followed by Murena GT in 1971. With Bitter Cars and Opel, Intermeccanica developed the Indra (1971), followed by a few years assembling the Squire car. The Indra was presented at the Geneva Automobile Show and was Intermeccanica's most successful car yet. Between 1971 and 1974, 125 Indras in three variants, convertible, notchback coupe and fastback coupe were developed and built. In 1973 the Indra was presented at the New York Automobile Show, again with many orders taken and distributorship for U.S. set up. At this stage GM changed policy and stopped supplying both the Chevrolet engines and the Opel parts, as well as advising their Opel dealers in Germany that they were no longer to sell the Indras, with disastrous results for Intermeccanica. Distributor Erich Bitter developed a very similar replacement, the Bitter CD, built by Baur. One of only 60 Indra Spiders produced, this rare and desirable Italian sportscar is the only known example to be offered on the open market today. Finished in fly yellow with a black interior, the Indra makes an interesting and unusual alternative to the more mainstream sportscars of the 1970s. View 1972 Intermeccanica Indra Spider on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1972-intermeccanica-indra-spider' for further details.

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1963 Porsche 356 B

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 22 of 117)      

Porsche's Type 356, introduced in 1948, and is acknowledged to be one of the world's great sports cars. Over a 15-year production run, the handsome and durable 356 evolved from a streamlined little aluminium-bodied coupe powered by a VW-derived, 46hp 1100cc air-cooled flat four to a powerful autobahn burner carrying a complex, two-litre four-cam boxer Carrera engine of 130 horsepower. Its development brought not only coupes, but luxurious cabriolets and more spartan speedsters and roadsters. More than 76,000 examples were made in all by the time production ceased in 1965. The 356B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point in this design's progression. In what is known as "T5" form, the B introduced new front and rear sheet-metal, while retaining the curved front trunk lid and rounded fend- ers of the 356A series. The B also added some features demanded by American customers, such as raised front and rear bumpers with over-riders to better protect the body from parking mishaps. The headlamps were raised, a larger hood handle added, and front vent windows appeared in the doors. Mechanically, the gearbox and drum brakes were upgraded. A new steering wheel and column refreshed the interior, along with redesigned rear seats. The mid-1962 356 B model was changed to the T6 body type (twin engine lid grilles, an external fuel filler in the right front wing/fender and a larger rear window in the coup). This stunning 356 B Cabriolet was delivered new to Germany in 1963, and has just benefited from a body off restoration to a high standard. The 356 is finished in the classic combination of black with a wine red leather interior, and is offered with its original German Fahrzeugbrief. These 356 Cabriolets are one of the best classic cars to own; beautiful, reliable, wonderful to drive and a lot of fun! View 1963 Porsche 356 B Cabriolet on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-porsche-356-b-cabriolet-2' for further details.
Porsche's Type 356, introduced in 1948, and is acknowledged to be one of the world's great sports cars. Over a 15-year production run, the handsome and durable 356 evolve...mored from a streamlined little aluminium-bodied coupe powered by a VW-derived, 46hp 1100cc air-cooled flat four to a powerful autobahn burner carrying a complex, two-litre four-cam boxer Carrera engine of 130 horsepower. Its development brought not only coupes, but luxurious cabriolets and more spartan speedsters and roadsters. More than 76,000 examples were made in all by the time production ceased in 1965. The 356B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point in this design's progression. In what is known as "T5" form, the B introduced new front and rear sheet-metal, while retaining the curved front trunk lid and rounded fend- ers of the 356A series. The B also added some features demanded by American customers, such as raised front and rear bumpers with over-riders to better protect the body from parking mishaps. The headlamps were raised, a larger hood handle added, and front vent windows appeared in the doors. Mechanically, the gearbox and drum brakes were upgraded. A new steering wheel and column refreshed the interior, along with redesigned rear seats. The mid-1962 356 B model was changed to the T6 body type (twin engine lid grilles, an external fuel filler in the right front wing/fender and a larger rear window in the coup). This stunning 356 B Cabriolet was delivered new to Germany in 1963, and has just benefited from a body off restoration to a high standard. The 356 is finished in the classic combination of black with a wine red leather interior, and is offered with its original German Fahrzeugbrief. These 356 Cabriolets are one of the best classic cars to own; beautiful, reliable, wonderful to drive and a lot of fun! View 1963 Porsche 356 B Cabriolet on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1963-porsche-356-b-cabriolet-2' for further details.

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1998 Ferrari 456 GTA

Lot # 123 (Sale Order: 23 of 117)      

The Pininfarina designed original 456 was available in GT and (from 1996) GTA forms. The difference in name signifies the transmission: the former has a six-speed manual and the latter has a four-speed automatic developed in part- nership with FF Developments in Livonia, MI (which was later purchased by Ricardo Engineering in the UK). This was only the fourth automatic transmis- sion ever offered by Ferrari. The 5.5 Litre (5474 cc) 65V12 engine was derived from the Dino V6 rather than the more conventional 60V12s used in the 412 and Daytona. It produced 436 hp (325 kW; 442 PS) with 4 valves per cylinder and Bosch Motronic 2.7 engine management. It could push the 1690 kg car and four passengers to 302 km/h (188 mph) making it the world's fastest production four-seater. Acceleration to 100 km/h (62 mph) was just 5.2 seconds, with a 13.4 second quarter-mile time. At the time of its development, it was the most power- ful road car ever developed by Ferrari (aside from the F40). The name 456 is derived from the fact that each cylinder displaces 456 cubic cen- timetres. This was the last Ferrari to use this naming convention. It is essentially a detuned version of the engine that appears in the 550 and 575. Despite its super- car performance, the 456 has a relatively unstressed engine, which has proven to be a very reliable unit. The chassis is a tubular steel spaceframe construction with a one-piece composite bonnet and body panels of aluminium. The body panels are welded to the chassis by using a special "sandwich filler" called feran that, when laid between, allows steel and aluminium to be welded. First registered on 12th November 1998, this beautiful example is finished in stunning metallic blue with a matching blue leather interior. An original Europe- an-delivered car from new, the GTA is offered with German registration papers. Pleasingly a service was completed in 2016, with very few kilometres having been completed since, and new cambelts were fitted at 63,000 kilometres. Offering with full history and all books contained in its leather pouch, this is a truly gorgeous, fast, modern, continent-crushing GT car. View 1998 Ferrari 456 GTA on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1998-ferrari-456-gta-2' for further details.
The Pininfarina designed original 456 was available in GT and (from 1996) GTA forms. The difference in name signifies the transmission: the former has a six-speed manual ...moreand the latter has a four-speed automatic developed in part- nership with FF Developments in Livonia, MI (which was later purchased by Ricardo Engineering in the UK). This was only the fourth automatic transmis- sion ever offered by Ferrari. The 5.5 Litre (5474 cc) 65V12 engine was derived from the Dino V6 rather than the more conventional 60V12s used in the 412 and Daytona. It produced 436 hp (325 kW; 442 PS) with 4 valves per cylinder and Bosch Motronic 2.7 engine management. It could push the 1690 kg car and four passengers to 302 km/h (188 mph) making it the world's fastest production four-seater. Acceleration to 100 km/h (62 mph) was just 5.2 seconds, with a 13.4 second quarter-mile time. At the time of its development, it was the most power- ful road car ever developed by Ferrari (aside from the F40). The name 456 is derived from the fact that each cylinder displaces 456 cubic cen- timetres. This was the last Ferrari to use this naming convention. It is essentially a detuned version of the engine that appears in the 550 and 575. Despite its super- car performance, the 456 has a relatively unstressed engine, which has proven to be a very reliable unit. The chassis is a tubular steel spaceframe construction with a one-piece composite bonnet and body panels of aluminium. The body panels are welded to the chassis by using a special "sandwich filler" called feran that, when laid between, allows steel and aluminium to be welded. First registered on 12th November 1998, this beautiful example is finished in stunning metallic blue with a matching blue leather interior. An original Europe- an-delivered car from new, the GTA is offered with German registration papers. Pleasingly a service was completed in 2016, with very few kilometres having been completed since, and new cambelts were fitted at 63,000 kilometres. Offering with full history and all books contained in its leather pouch, this is a truly gorgeous, fast, modern, continent-crushing GT car. View 1998 Ferrari 456 GTA on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1998-ferrari-456-gta-2' for further details.

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1968 Mercedes-Benz 560SL

Lot # 124 (Sale Order: 24 of 117)      

When Mercedes redesigned its famed SL in 1971, there was a lot of equity be- hind it - after all, when the incomparable 300SL Coupe and Roadster were built fewer than 20 years before, they set the world on fire. The next-generation 230/250/280SL in 1963 brought Mercedes' sports car down to Earth, replacing both the incredible 300SL and four-cylinder 190SL. For the next SL, Mercedes started with the chassis of the mid-size "W114/115" model and added the motors from the large "W116" S-Class. The result was a luxurious V8 Convertible that ended up being the longest passenger car series ever produced by Mercedes to date. Despite its age, the final iteration, the 560SL, remained a prized automotive status symbol and an iconic part of the brand's lineup, until it was finally replaced by the all-new fourth-generation SL in 1990. This lovely top of the range model 560SL is finished in the highly attractive com- bination of Smoke Silver metallic with a tan leather interior and comes with its factory hard top. The SL is offered with all relevant service books and manuals, and is presented in excellent condition in all respects. A wonderful stylish modern classic car which can be used and enjoyed through- out the whole year. View 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1986-mercedes-benz-560sl' for further details.
When Mercedes redesigned its famed SL in 1971, there was a lot of equity be- hind it - after all, when the incomparable 300SL Coupe and Roadster were built fewer than 20 ...moreyears before, they set the world on fire. The next-generation 230/250/280SL in 1963 brought Mercedes' sports car down to Earth, replacing both the incredible 300SL and four-cylinder 190SL. For the next SL, Mercedes started with the chassis of the mid-size "W114/115" model and added the motors from the large "W116" S-Class. The result was a luxurious V8 Convertible that ended up being the longest passenger car series ever produced by Mercedes to date. Despite its age, the final iteration, the 560SL, remained a prized automotive status symbol and an iconic part of the brand's lineup, until it was finally replaced by the all-new fourth-generation SL in 1990. This lovely top of the range model 560SL is finished in the highly attractive com- bination of Smoke Silver metallic with a tan leather interior and comes with its factory hard top. The SL is offered with all relevant service books and manuals, and is presented in excellent condition in all respects. A wonderful stylish modern classic car which can be used and enjoyed through- out the whole year. View 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1986-mercedes-benz-560sl' for further details.

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1985 Citroen 2CV Special

Lot # 125 (Sale Order: 25 of 117)      

The Citro_n 2CV or 'deux chevaux' (two horsepower) was an economy car produced by the French car maker Citroen from 1948-1990. It was technologically advanced and innovative but with uncompromisingly utilitarian and unconventional looks. Its deceptively simple Bauhaus inspired bodywork belied the sheer quality of its underly- ing engineering. It was designed to move the French peasantry on from horses and carts and is considered one of Citro_n's most iconic cars. In 1953, 'Autocar' in a techni- cal review of the car, wrote of, "-the extraordinary ingenuity of this design, which is undoubtedly the most original since the Model T Ford". It was described by CAR magazine journalist and author L. Setright as "the most in- telligent application of minimalism ever to succeed as a car." It was designed for low cost, simplicity of use, versatility, reliability, and off-road driving. For this it had a light, easily serviceable engine, extremely soft, long travel suspension (with adjustable ride height), high ground clearance and for oversized loads, a car-wide canvas sunroof. This fantastically original 2CV, finished in its original colour of Blue Celeste, is present- ed in nice unrestored condition, having had just two French owners from new. First registered to the dry climate of the South of France, this 2CV has recently benefitted from a new roof, seats and new tyres all round. These 2CVs are great fun and are a wonderfully usable classic icon. View 1985 Citroen 2CV Special on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1985-citroen-2cv-special' for further details.
The Citro_n 2CV or 'deux chevaux' (two horsepower) was an economy car produced by the French car maker Citroen from 1948-1990. It was technologically advanced and innovat...moreive but with uncompromisingly utilitarian and unconventional looks. Its deceptively simple Bauhaus inspired bodywork belied the sheer quality of its underly- ing engineering. It was designed to move the French peasantry on from horses and carts and is considered one of Citro_n's most iconic cars. In 1953, 'Autocar' in a techni- cal review of the car, wrote of, "-the extraordinary ingenuity of this design, which is undoubtedly the most original since the Model T Ford". It was described by CAR magazine journalist and author L. Setright as "the most in- telligent application of minimalism ever to succeed as a car." It was designed for low cost, simplicity of use, versatility, reliability, and off-road driving. For this it had a light, easily serviceable engine, extremely soft, long travel suspension (with adjustable ride height), high ground clearance and for oversized loads, a car-wide canvas sunroof. This fantastically original 2CV, finished in its original colour of Blue Celeste, is present- ed in nice unrestored condition, having had just two French owners from new. First registered to the dry climate of the South of France, this 2CV has recently benefitted from a new roof, seats and new tyres all round. These 2CVs are great fun and are a wonderfully usable classic icon. View 1985 Citroen 2CV Special on 'http://www.coys.co.uk/cars/1985-citroen-2cv-special' for further details.

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