THE RIYADH CAR SHOW 2021 AUCTION BY SEVEN CONCOURS

THE RIYADH CAR SHOW 2021 AUCTION BY SEVEN CONCOURS

Thursday, November 25, 2021  |  5:00 PM GMT
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THE RIYADH CAR SHOW 2021 AUCTION BY SEVEN CONCOURS

THE RIYADH CAR SHOW 2021 AUCTION BY SEVEN CONCOURS

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By invitation of Seven Concours, we are proud to host the Riyadh Car Show Auction, taking place on Thursday 25th November (8pm local). Part of the Riyadh Season 2021 Festival, the Riyadh Car Show is billed as the most influential automotive event in the Middle East. This sale promises to offer an unrivalled collection of best-of-breed hypercars, supercars and rare classic cars to market. Please note, the auction will be conducted in USD. Bidding will be available in the room, online, on the phone or via commission with the sale also being live streamed on our homepage. To register to bid, please create or login to your account (below) and then submit your registration against the lot you wish to bid on.

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2004 Renault Clio Sport V6

Lot # 201 (Sale Order: 1 of 48)      

  • Favoured Phase 2 (255bhp) benefiting from enhanced handling and performance
  • Based around the Phase 1 engine further developed with the help of Porsche Engineering
  • The Phase 2 cars were built by the Renault Sport division and limited to 500 examples.
  • Impressive numbers with 60mph arriving in 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 153mph.
  • This 2004, left-hand drive example is displaying 21,206km
  • Attractively finished in Illiad Blue metallic with a contrasting dark grey leather upholstery
  • These cars are very quickly achieving cult status and this superb, low mileage example has to be worthy of a slot in any serious collection

A spin-off from the ‘Clio Trophy’ race series and first previewed at the Paris Motor Show in 1998, the Clio V6 230 was in many ways the spiritual successor to the mid-engined 5-Turbo. Launched in 2001, the wide-hipped, mid-engine ‘junior supercar' was broadly based on the Clio Mk II but the V6 variant actually shared very little with its standard counterpart. Where the rear seats would normally be, nestled a tweaked version of the proven and unstressed 3.0-litre, 24v, V6 unit from the Laguna saloon offering access to 227bhp (230PS) fed to the rear wheels and enabling 0-60 in 6.2 seconds and 146mph, not for the faint-hearted in such a diminutive ‘rocket ship’. The Phase 1 cars were assembled by hand at the Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) workshops in Uddevalla in Sweden, using parts shipped from France.

Based on the Phase 1 engine, further developed with the help of Porsche Engineering, the 255bhp Phase 2 Clio V6 was the most powerful series-production hot hatchback in the world at the time of its launch in 2003. The second generation car had gained a bit of weight with the addition of a few creature comforts, however, the additional horsepower regained the status quo. Better equipped it may have been, but a practical family car it is not with little luggage space and a howling V6 about half a metre behind your right ear.The Phase 2 cars were built by the Renault Sport division and limited to 500 examples.

This stunning, left-hand drive, Phase 2 is attractively finished in Illiad Blue Metallic with contrasting dark grey leather upholstery and a smart set of OZ 18-inch alloys. Showing only 21,206km, this looks like a collector-quality example worthy of serious consideration.

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1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V RS

Lot # 202 (Sale Order: 2 of 48)      

  • The Lancer Evolution V RS forms part of Mitsubishi's GF-CP9A Series and was the closest road car to the, all-conquering, 1998 factory WRC cars
  • 2-litre turbocharged, 16v, in-line 4-cylinder engine with a 5-speed manual gearbox
  • Power output was stated as 276bhp and torque at 275lb.ft at 3000rpm
  • The RS (Rally Sport) version featured a close-ratio 5-speed box, minimal interior, rally suspension, and a mechanical rear diff
  • This, left-hand drive example was delivered new to the KSA
  • Sold to its second owner in 2018 and subject to a full, photo-documented, nut and bolt restoration
  • Now superbly presented in gleaming Scotia White with silver wheels
  • Showing 48,364km this is a rare car and worthy of serious consideration

Of all the successive evolutions of the Lancer, the most significant ones were the Evolution IV and Evolution V. An important development, introduced with the IV, was the rotation of the engine through 180 degrees so that the gear box was relocated on the left-hand side (drivers side) offering better weight distribution, balance and consequently handling. This engine orientation was maintained on the Evo V and later models. The Evo V’s main innovations were an upgraded engine management system, a relocated and upgraded intercooler, new aerodynamics, upgraded brakes and of course a totally redesigned suspension layout. This last factor is, naturally, the most noticeable and with the 4cm increase in track, the Evo V was clearly designed as a tarmac spec car.

The Evolution V was available in two versions, the GSR and the RS. The latter is essentially a stripped down version of the GSR and has no airbags, no electric windows, a spartan interior and a mechanical rear differential resulting in a weight reduction of some 90kg compared to the GSR.

This is a rare opportunity to own an original left-hand drive Evo 5 from 1998 that is, our vendor informs us, 'Completely standard and has never been in competition or had an accident'.

According to our vendor; ' This specific car had one owner from new up until the end of 2018 and 46,00km. It was used in Dubai and Jeddah (KSA) and was primarily stored in Saudi Arabia. Although the car was in running order with no major cosmetic or mechanical issues, the second owner carried out a complete 'nut and bolt' restoration with over 1,200 photographs and videos of the work that took place. Every part was sourced from Mitsubishi Japan and, if there was an aftermarket alternative that was of a higher grade material and OEM size and dimensions, it was used. Currently, this car has an aftermarket intercooler and an aftermarket downpipe.'

Presented in gleaming Scotia White with 48,364 miles indicated, this looks a particularly interesting example worthy of serious consideration.

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2021 McLaren Elva

Lot # 203 (Sale Order: 3 of 48)      

  • Wild and unconventional, the Elva is the fifth car in McLaren’s Ultimate Series
  • The low, pointed, shark-like nose, curvaceous lines, muscular rear haunches and low rear deck are reminiscent of the sixties McLaren M1B and M1C
  • With no windscreen or roof, occupants are protected by an innovative Active Air Management System
  • Powered by an amazing twin-turbocharged, 815bhp, 4.0-litre V-8, the Elva is the most powerful non-hybrid McLaren ever
  • Performance is beyond extraordinary; 0-100km/h (62mph) takes under three seconds, while the 0-200km/h time (0-124mph) is even quicker than the Senna at just 6.7 seconds
  • This stunning example dates from 2021 and has covered a total of 8km.
  • Finished in Silver, Silver Grey and Carbon with the number 4 in white roundels
  • A wonderful blend of 'Sixties Racer' styling, state-of-the-art engineering and simple eccentricity

The original McLaren M1A was a superlight sports racing car of the 1960s, but when demand for customer cars grew too much for Bruce McLaren’s seven-strong team, he entered into partnership with Elva Cars Ltd. The McLaren-Elva M1B and M1C came from this tie-in, and it’s clear to see the inspiration they provide for the 2020 Elva, from the low, pointed, shark-like nose to its curvaceous lines, muscular rear haunches and low rear deck. Chief talking point is the absence of any windscreen or side windows; instead, McLaren’s engineering and design teams have devised an innovative Active Air Management System (AAMS) that shelters occupants by manipulating air flow to leave them in a bubble of calm air as speed increases. The Elva is the lightest road car in the McLaren line-up, thanks to its simplicity of design and the bespoke carbon fibre chassis and body.

Officially, it’s the fifth car in McLaren’s Ultimate Series, following on from the OG F1 back in 1994 and has the fabulous P1, physics-altering Senna and stretched Speedtail in its family tree. Initially, McLaren was going to build 399, then it was to be only 249 units but realistically it appears that only 149 of these remarkable little 'Speedsters' will be released.

The Elva is powered by an 815hp version of McLaren’s 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8. Performance is beyond extraordinary; 0-100km/h (62mph) takes under three seconds, while the 0-200km/h time (0-124mph) is even quicker than the McLaren Senna at just 6.7 seconds. Absolute purity of feedback is assured thanks to the electro-hydraulic steering, while active aerodynamics, sintered carbon ceramic disc brakes and linked-hydraulic active suspension deliver a track or road drive experience like nothing else this side of a Le Mans prototype.

The McLaren Elva is designed for immersive high-performance driving and not for checking up on your Facebook profile. That said, there is a Central Infotainment Screen in the cockpit (mounted on a carbon fibre arm) that replicates a typical smartphone interface by allowing the driver to flick through multiple applications on a vertical carousel. Applications include satellite navigation, McLaren Track Telemetry, rear-view camera and climate control.
The core of the McLaren Elva is a carbon fibre monocoque, developed with the world-leading composites expertise McLaren has built up since 1981. The open-top roadster does not require any additional strengthening, unlike those adapted from coupe designs or made from aluminium or steel. The lightweight carbon fibre seats are designed to support the head, shoulder and back area of occupants, and six-point harnesses can be specified for track use. A deployable protection system for the occupants is triggered within milliseconds in the unlikely event of a roll-over.

This stunning example dates from 2021 and has covered a total of 8 kilometres from new. It's finished in Silver, Silver Grey and Carbon with the number 4 in white roundels and would fit into any collection of important road cars, or perhaps better still, use it and enjoy it.



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2017 Ferrari F12 70th Anniversary

Lot # 204 (Sale Order: 4 of 48)      

The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was Ferrari’s replacement for the 599 GTB and the company was keen to ensure that not only was it considerably quicker than its seminal predecessor, but also more enjoyable at low speeds. Those aims were broadly achieved and the F12 is both a GT and a supercar, mixing front-engined packaging and civility with exotic, F1-inspired dynamic ability.

The engine is similar in size to the Ferrari FF's but significantly re-engineered to produce more power, rev higher and offer a much quicker throttle response. It produces an almost unbelievable 730bhp at 8250rpm (it revs to 8700rpm) and 509lb-ft at 6000rpm. All that power is smoothly transmitted to the 315-section rear tyres through a 7-speed dual-clutch transaxle and Ferrari’s clever E-Diff. The results are startling: 0-62mph in 3.1-seconds, 0-124mph in 8.5-seconds and a top speed of over 211mph. Those acceleration figures put it ahead of a McLaren F1 and around Fiorano, it’s faster than an Enzo or even the ultra-extreme 599 GTO.

The F12 also benefits from the latest evolution of Ferrari’s adaptive magnetorheological dampers (SCM-E), which react much more quickly, improved carbon-ceramic brakes and, as ever, the relentless evolution of the many traction and stability systems sees huge gains in control and speed. Then there’s the famous aero-bridge – ducts set into the front wings – which reduce drag and improve downforce, plus active brake cooling ducts that only open when the discs are getting really hot, to reduce drag. The list of technical highlights is almost endless! Ferrari retained an aluminium chassis for the F12 but new materials increase stiffness and reduce weight. It really is quite a package!

In order to celebrate their 70th Anniversary, Ferrari commissioned 'Ferrari Tailor Made', together with the designers of Centro Stile to create separate liveries as an homage to 70 of the most beautiful Ferraris in history and in so doing have created 70 unique designs. And each one gets its own name. They decided to finish one example of each of their current range (GTC4Lusso, F12 Berlinetta, 488 GTB, 488 Spider, California T) in each of the 70 different liveries making a total of 350 cars. This F12 has been finished in Livery Number Number 66 - 'Driving Emotion' which was inspired by the 599 GTO from 2010 and consequently is finished in Rosso Corsa with the roof and wing mirrors in Grigio Silverstone. The interior is in black leather and Charcoal Alcantara and the seats are covered in black 3D Sail Aunde fabric.

This, left-hand drive, F12 is therefore unique in the proper sense of the word and is effectively new, having only covered 622 kilometres.

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2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT

Lot # 205 (Sale Order: 5 of 48)      

  • Lightly used and indicating just 16,572km at the time of cataloguing
  • Classic colour combination of Titanium Metallic with a Torpedo Nero interior
  • One of the last cars off the production line and one of 215 from 2001
  • Not for the faint-hearted with 550bhp through a manual transmission, a real drivers car

Built by Lamborghini between 1990 and 2001, the Diablo was the first Lamborghini capable of a top speed of over 200mph and its very successful production run lasted until 2001 when it was replaced by the Murciélago. Power was provided by a 48-valve version of the existing Lamborghini V12, which produced 492bhp, propelling the Diablo to a 207mph top speed and from 0-60mph in under four seconds. It was no surprise then that the Diablo was the fastest production car in the world during 1991. The Diablo VT (Viscous Traction) was introduced in 1993 and set a precedent for Lamborghini's four-wheel-drive supercar production. The VT was much more refined than the earlier two-wheel-drive version and had better air circulation within the passenger's compartment, power-steering, electronically adjustable Koni shock absorbers, a redesigned dashboard, larger air intakes and upgraded Brembo brakes. All of these improvements resulted in a far better driving experience with neutral handling and better reliability, whilst retaining truly awesome performance.

Presented here is a left-hand drive 2001 Diablo VT 6.0, built during the last year of the model’s production. It left Sant’Agata finished in a distinctive Titanium Silver with a Torpedo Nero interior. We are informed that, at the time of cataloguing, just 16,572km was indicated on the instrument cluster and consequently this Diablo presents in superb condition. A really lovely example and a great opportunity to acquire the final iteration of the legendary Diablo in a tasteful colour combination with very little use.

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2012 Lexus LFA

Lot # 206 (Sale Order: 6 of 48)      

  • Lexus engineering extravaganza with a V10 engine and 553bhp
  • Finished in Whitest White with an amazing Tan interior
  • Number 114 of 500. Only 5,368km from new
  • Perfect weight distribution with a 48/52 split
  • A fabulous aural experience, one of the best engine ‘soundtracks’ ever

With its radical styling, unique supercar approach, and howling V-10 engine, the LFA exudes automotive awe from every external orifice. Utilising Lexus-developed carbon fibre reinforced plastic, otherwise known as CFRP, the LFA has a kerb weight of just over 1,480kg. Despite being front-engined, the design achieves a near-perfect weight distribution of 48:52 and the liberal use of high-end materials such as aluminium, magnesium, titanium alloys, and carbon fibre make for a unique driving experience. And that ultimate driving experience is further defined by the LFA’s drivetrain as nestled up in front lives a Yamaha-developed 4.8-litre V-10 engine producing 553bhp at 9,000 rpm and 354 foot-pounds of torque at 6,800 rpm. In the world of modern-day supercars, V-10 engines are popular, however, the LFA is set apart by its astonishing power delivery and pure automotive harmony. Intelligent, variable-valve timing along with titanium valves and connecting rods allow the V-10 to rev from idle to a screaming 9,000rpm in just six-tenths of a second. The engine revs so quickly that Lexus had to fit a digital tachometer instead of a traditional analogue gauge. This technological marvel of an engine is mated to an Aisin SA6 six-speed automated single-clutch, sequential transmission that can shift between gears in less than two-tenths of a second.

This gleaming example (114 of 500) is finished in Whitest White (079) and has only covered a handful of delivery miles since being delivered new to the KSA. Predominantly Saddle Tan, the car's interior is state of the art and incorporates carbon fibre, leather, Alcantara, and metallic surfaces. The LFA's unique aural footprint is enhanced by the two octaves of engine sound that are channelled into the cabin through twin ducts which connect the firewall with the intake manifold, with the subsequent sound tuned in the manner of an acoustic guitar.

The LFA's huge development costs meant that Lexus lost money on every one of the 500 cars that they produced, a fate which is unlikely to befall the next owner of this rare, low mileage, LFA.

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2007 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition

Lot # 207 (Sale Order: 7 of 48)      

  • Featuring numerous upgrades, the 722 Edition was released by McLaren in 2006
  • Carbon-ceramic discs, lighter 19' wheels, larger front splitter and a revised rear diffuser
  • Fitted with a 650bhp version of the supercharged 5.4-litre V8. 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds
  • One of 150, this left-hand drive 722 Coupe is displaying just delivery mileage
  • Strikingly finished in Crystal Fayalite Green with a Green and Cream interior

Manufactured between 2003 and 2010, their new supercar allowed Mercedes-Benz and its then Formula 1 partner, McLaren, to showcase their collective experience in the development, construction and production of high-performance sports cars and, just like its legendary 300 SLR predecessor of 1955, it incorporated technological developments that were ahead of their time. It was supremely engineered and built to incredible standards at McLaren's facilities in Woking boasting a very high level of fit and finish. Yet the term 'supercar' does not do full justice to the SLR, which, its peerless performance notwithstanding, is a luxurious and finely engineered Gran Turismo in the best traditions of Mercedes-Benz.

The heart of any car is its engine, and that of the SLR McLaren is truly outstanding. Produced at Mercedes-Benz's AMG performance division, it's a 5.5-litre, 24-valve, supercharged V8 producing 617bhp, making it one of the most powerful engines ever found in a series-produced road-going sports car. Impressive though this peak horsepower figure is, it's the torque produced by this state-of-the-art 'blown' motor that is its most remarkable feature. The torque curve is almost flat with 440lb/ft already by 1,500 rpm and well over 500lb/ft between 3,000 and 5,000 rpm.

Needless to say, the SLR McLaren delivers performance figures that are still among the best in its class. Taking just 3.8 seconds to sprint from 0-100km/h (62mph), it passes the 200km/h (125mph) mark after 10.6 seconds, and from a standing start takes just 28.8 seconds to reach 300km/h (186mph) going on to a top speed of 334km/h (207 mph).

In a nod to Stirling Moss’ 300 SLR, which wore #722 and won the 1955 Mille Miglia in record time, McLaren released the 722 Edition in 2006. Horsepower was raised to 650, and as a result, the car’s 0–60mph time was further improved to 3.6 seconds. Larger carbon-ceramic disc brakes were fitted with lighter 19-inch wheels and the nose sported an all-new diffuser and air splitter to improve downforce, as well as a modified front spoiler.

This, left-hand drive, coupe is showing delivery mileage only and is strikingly finished in Crystal Fayalite Green with a fabulous Green and Cream interior. This really is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a very special car that totally delivers in terms of performance, looks and value.

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2021 Porsche 911 (992) GT3

Lot # 208 (Sale Order: 8 of 48)      

  • The 992 GT3 is one of the most anticipated sportscars to be released in recent times
  • 0-60mph is achieved in just 3.4 seconds before going on to a top speed of 199mph.
  • 4.0-litre normally-aspirated, flat-six, producing 503bhp mated to a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission
  • Left-hand drive finished in Crayon Grey with a black leather interior with red stitching
  • Delivered new this year and displaying a delivery mileage of 81km

The 992 GT3 is one of the most anticipated sportscars to be released in recent times. The 991 GT3 left very little room for improvement, but a 17 second quicker Nürburgring lap time produced by the 992 GT3 demonstrates the monumental gains over the previous generation. This has been achieved by the Porsche engineers working to create the most amount of downforce possible illustrated by the new swan-neck rear wing which delivers up to 4 times more downforce than the rear wing of the 991. With the wing in the 'performance aero setting', Porsche claim the 992 GT3 delivers twice as much downforce as the outgoing model.

Pleasingly, for the GT3Porsche decided to use a naturally-aspirated, 4.0-litre flat-six rather than turbochargers, as used in the rest of the 992 range. The flat-six still revs all the way up to the 9000rpm and individual throttle bodies have been added in the 992 to increase the throttle response over the 991 generation, which was already very impressive. For the first time, the new 992 GT3 utilises a double wishbone setup which provides greater stability and more negative camber, and when combined with the wider front track increases the front tyres contact patch with the inevitable improvement in grip.

This particular, left-hand drive, 992 GT3 is fitted with the 7-speed PDK Transmission and finished in special order Crayon Grey with a classic 992 interior in black leather with red stitching and details. Showing a nominal mileage of 81km since being delivered new earlier in 2021, this GT3 is an exciting opportunity to acquire what is essentially a new car and one of the most anticipated normally-aspirated performance Porsches to be released in recent times.

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2008 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster

Lot # 209 (Sale Order: 9 of 48)      

  • Introduced in 2003, the SLR was developed jointly with the McLaren Technology Centre
  • The Roadster followed in 2007 with a strengthened Carbon body but still retaining the crowd-pleasing signature scissor doors
  • The soft top had to be specially adapted to the car's 206mph top speed
  • 617bhp, 5439cc, supercharged V8 with multi-point fuel injection
  • 5-Speed AMG 'Speedshift R' transmission. Carbon-Ceramic Disc Brakes
  • Finished in Crystal Laurite Silver with a superb Silver Arrows interior in Carbon Black/Red

Manufactured between 2003 and 2010, their new supercar allowed Mercedes-Benz and its then Formula 1 partner, McLaren, to showcase their collective experience in the development, construction and production of high-performance sports cars and, just like its legendary 300 SLR predecessor of 1955, it incorporated technological developments that were ahead of their time. Yet the term supercar does not do full justice to the SLR which, its peerless performance notwithstanding, is a luxurious and finely engineered Gran Turismo in the best traditions of Mercedes-Benz. Rather than creating an all-out, no-compromise supercar, Mercedes-Benz and McLaren decided to take a slightly different route. Instead of placing the engine behind the cabin, the car had a front-mid-engine layout, with the engine sitting behind the front wheels and just ahead of the cabin. This, near-perfect, weight distribution not only helped to improve the SLR's handling but also provided the car with a rather spacious cabin and a decent boot, not common in cars boasting such performance credentials. As it was supremely engineered and built to incredible standards at McLaren's facilities in Woking, it boasted a very high level of fit and finish, absolutely appropriate for any car wearing a Mercedes-Benz badge.

The heart of any car is its engine, and that of the SLR McLaren is truly outstanding. Produced at Mercedes-Benz's AMG Performance Division, it's a 5.5-litre, 24-valve, supercharged V8 producing 617bhp, making it one of the most powerful engines ever found in a series-produced road-going sports car. Impressive though this peak horsepower figure is, it's the torque produced by the Lysholm-type twin-screw supercharger that is its most remarkable feature. The torque curve is almost flat: there is already 440lb/ft by 1,500 rpm and well over 500lb/ft between 3,000 and 5,000 revs, and acceleration is equally phenomenal, with 0 to 60 mph taking just 3.8 seconds and the quarter-mile only 11 seconds. Of course, a car with such impressive speed credentials also requires an equally impressive braking system. An automatic airbrake and Mercedes-Benz's Sensotronic brake by wire system assist the massive carbon-ceramic disc brakes and help bring the SLR McLaren down from 120 mph to a stop in less than 240 feet.

Finally, in 2007, the long-awaited SLR Roadster was introduced. The carbon body had been further developed to achieve top-level torsional stiffness and a special challenge was the soft top which had to be totally adapted to the car's 206mph top speed. The soft top has to be manually unlatched but after that, it's fully electric and the crowd-pleasing signature scissor doors, that swing out and up on massive hydraulic struts, are similar to the Coupes.

This striking example is finished in Crystal Laurite Silver with silver Turbine alloys, a black soft top and a superb Silver Arrows interior in Carbon Black and Red. It has covered a total of 3,905km from new.

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**Regretfully Withdrawn**2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversary edition.

Lot # 210 (Sale Order: 10 of 48)      

  • One of only 100 Anniversario Coupes built to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th Birthday
  • Finished in Giallo Maggio, an exclusive colour reserved for these limited editions
  • Nero Ade and Giallo Quercus leather with an exclusive Q-Citura diamond stitching pattern
  • 6,498cc DOHC V12, 720bhp at 8,250rpm, 7-Speed Automatic with Overdrive
  • Dating from 2014, this fabulous example has covered just 2,477km from new

Lamborghini chose the Shanghai Auto Show in April 2013 to unveil its newest edition of the Aventador, the LP720-4 50th Anniversary Coupé. It was built in celebration of the company’s 50th birthday and 50 years of creating the world’s most audacious supercars. This was not to be a special edition limited to only a range of colours but, as its name suggests, the Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversary boasts a modest increase in performance with the engine calibration tweaked to provide 20 additional horsepower. This yielded a noteworthy increase in performance, bringing the 0–62 mph time down to an exceptional 2.9 seconds and the top speed up to 217 mph.

In addition, the new car's aerodynamics were improved with redesigned front and rear fascias and larger front intakes. A larger rear diffuser with extensive meshwork can be found at the back in an effort to further increase aerodynamics and dissipate heat from the engine bay. Overall, this resulted in a 50 per cent increase in aerodynamic efficiency over the standard-production Aventador. Only 100 Anniversario Coupes were built and all sold immediately.

This LP720-4 is finished in Giallo Maggio, an exclusive colour reserved for the 50th Anniversary models, with exterior trim in flat-black and wheels in high-gloss black. The interior is spectacular in Nero Ade and Giallo Quercus leather with an exclusive Q-Citura diamond stitching pattern. Dating from 2014, it has covered just 2,477km and has patently been well looked after.

Celebrating a milestone anniversary for Lamborghini, the Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversary Coupe will surely remain desirable for years to come, as it offers increased performance, enhanced aesthetics, and was built in limited production. This example is virtually new throughout, and would be the perfect stablemate to a Miura, Countach, Diablo, and Murciélago as a special edition of Lamborghini’s flagship model.

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2004 Dodge RAM SRT-10 Viper Club Special Edition

Lot # 211 (Sale Order: 11 of 48)      

  • A special edition truck with purchase rights raffled to Viper Club of America members
  • 500 bhp, 8.3-litre V-10 engine; six-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter
  • Presented in Viper Electric Blue Pearl with white racing stripes
  • Interior features leather trim seats with suede inserts, factory radio with CD
  • This well presented example has covered just 3,541 miles from new
  • At its release, it was the world’s fastest production truck

The Dodge Ram SRT was created by Daimler Chrysler's Performance Vehicle Operations division, using Dodge Viper and Plymouth Prowler engineers and extensive wind tunnel testing was used in styling the exterior of the Ram SRT-10. Dodge released several limited-editions of the Ram SRT-10 alongside the standard regular cab and Quad Cab versions and, in 2004, the VCA (Viper Club of America) Edition was announced. Only 50 of these were built, all finished in Viper Electric Blue Pearl with White 'Le Mans' stripes and all powered by a 500bhp, multi-port injected, 8.3-litre Viper V10 mated to a Borg-Warner T56, six-speed manual transmission.

The SRT-10 featured independent front suspension with a Dana 60 set-up at the rear and steering was by rack-and-pinion. Special sport-tuned springs are dampened by not four, but a total of five Bilstein gas-charged shock absorbers—the extra shock absorber on the rear eliminated wheel hop. All these modifications brought the ride height down a full inch at the front and 2.5-inches at the rear. Deceleration was courtesy of 15-inch diameter front and 14-inch diameter rear, vented-rotor, disc brakes and the truck sits on 22-inch machine-polished, 10-spoke wheels wearing Goodyear radials. Inside, the 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10’s “Best in Class Interior” features heavily-bolstered leather racing seats, SRT badging and an iconic Hurst shifter. When tested by NASCAR star, Brendon Gaughn, the times were impressive with a top speed of 154 mph, 0-60 in 4.9-seconds and the quarter mile in 13.8-seconds.

This stunning SRT-10 is Number 44 of those 50 and is naturally finished in Viper Electric Blue Pearl with White stripes. It was sold new by Ringgold Dodge in Ringgold, Georgia, has covered a total of 3,541miles since then and is supplied with the original Raffle Paperwork, rules and guidelines, the VCA window sticker and a letter of congratulations from the Viper Club of America.



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2020 Mercedes-Benz Brabus 800 XLP Adventure

Lot # 212 (Sale Order: 12 of 48)      

  • Ready for all challenges. A high-performance pick-up with outstanding off road capability
  • 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 in BRABUS 800 PowerXtra + specification with an output of 588 kW /800 hp (789 bhp) and 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque
  • The top speed is electronically limited to 210 km/h (130 mph) due to the higher centre of gravity and the 22-inch all-terrain tyres.
  • Finished in black with a black/red interior this example is showing 244 km only
  • An impressive example, ready for its next owner to use and enjoy the thrills and performance on offer

According to the Brabus website, the 800 Adventure XLP is 'An exclusive supercar never seen in this form before. The pick-ups of model year 2020 are available in an exclusive limited 'First Edition'. Based on the Mercedes G 63 AMG, our engineers, technicians and designers developed a high-performance pickup with outstanding off-road capability'

The 800 Adventure XLP is based on the Mercedes-AMG G63 and is powered by the same twin-turbo 4.0-litre V-8, but, thanks to larger turbochargers, its output is increased to 789 bhp (800 PS / 588 Kw) and 737 lb-ft (1000Nm) of torque. Brabus claims that the XLP will get to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds although the car's top speed is limited to 130mph due to the huge off-road tyres and higher centre of gravity. It makes all the right noises as well, being equipped with a high-performance side-exit exhaust system with its Boost Xtra sound kit for the bypass valve.

To slap a steel and carbon pick-up bed on the back of a standard G-Wagen, Brabus had to stretch the wheelbase by 20 inches, ultimately making the truck 27.1 inches longer than it originally was. In addition to the lengthened wheelbase, the 800 Adventure XLP rides a lot higher than a standard G-class. It's equipped with Brabus' newly designed suspension with portal axles and the coil-over suspension kit allows for a 19.2-inch ground clearance, controlled via the standard Mercedes 'dynamic select' system including ride height.

Impressively presented in gleaming black with fabulous interior in black with lots of red stitching and detailing, this example is displaying 244km from new.



‘Brabus has turned the Mercedes-AMG G63 into a high-performance off-road pick-up truck and it now could be yours

Ready for all challenges. A high-performance pick-up with outstanding off road capability

· 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 in BRABUS 800 PowerXtra + specification with an output of 588 kW / 800 hp (789 bhp) and 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque

· The top speed is electronically limited to 210 km/h (130 mph) due to the higher centre of gravity and the 22-inch all-terrain tires.

· Finished in black with a black / red interior this example is showing 244 km only

· An impressive example, ready for its next owner to use and enjoy the thrills and performance on offer

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1990 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II

Lot # 213 (Sale Order: 13 of 48)      

  • The ultimate super-saloon and road-going DTM car.
  • Number 18 of 500 built, this lovely example is showing just 97,003km
  • Short-stroke,16v, 2.5-litre, 4-cyl with an AMG Power Pack producing 235bhp at 7,200rpm
  • Presented in gleaming 'Blauschwarz' with an array of spoilers, splitters, skirts and air dams
  • Whilst aesthetically pleasing, these dramatic aerodynamic aids are strictly functional
  • Classic nineties black leather cockpit, Teutonically efficient yet immensely comfortable
  • Rare opportunity to acquire an example of Mercedes’ most radical road car since the Gullwing

25 years ago, the 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II thrilled professionals and the general public alike when it was unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show and legend has it that the entire limited run of 502 cars was sold pre-launch, possibly being squirrelled away by international car collectors. The bitter rivalry between BMW and Mercedes-Benz in saloon car racing throughout Europe helped hone the greatest 'touring cars' of the era and the Evo II was pitted against one of the best touring cars of all time, the E30 M3. A compromise was out of the question and the full-race car, developed for Group 'A' using this sports saloon as a basis, went on to acquire legendary status. Mercedes-Benz took the first three places in the DTM championship in the 1992 season with this remarkable vehicle, which henceforth is referred to, in revelation, as the 'Evo II'.

The engine's output had been raised once again in comparison to the first Evolution model from the previous year, the Evo II now generating 235 horsepower. Top speed was 250 km/h, and the Evo II accelerated from a standing start to 100 km/h in 7.1 seconds. The body had also undergone further refinement on an aesthetic and aerodynamic level and the car's sporting pedigree was emphasised by its muscular stance. In this form, the 190E finally had the match of the M3, and while it was never as naturally gifted as its rival, the brutal and unrelenting way it delivered its performance, and its devotion to technological supremacy, set a precedent for Mercedes performance models that can be traced right the way through to today.

The Evo II's body kit is perhaps the most outrageous ever applied to a production car, and the fact it was a product of the ultra-conservative world of early ninety's Mercedes-Benz is even more incredible. The ostentatious, fully adjustable rear spoiler was aerodynamically perfect and its front splitter would make a decent job of cutting the grass, however, despite outward appearances, the Evo II is a comfortable and tractable daily driver.

Only 500 Evo II Homologation special edition were built and this particular example, Number 18, is showing just over 97,000km. Looking stunning in 'Blauschwarz' (blue/black metallic) this particular example is now coming to market looking for its next owner.

With growing interest in historic motorsport, has come renewed interest from collectors in the cars that were homologated in order to allow some of the greatest saloon cars of all time to go racing in the first place. The Evo II ranks among the most visually striking of all the homologation specials and warrants pride of place in any collection. A piece of modern art, Form and Function in perfect harmony.

Number 18 of 500 built, this lovely example is showing just 97,003km.

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2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive

Lot # 214 (Sale Order: 14 of 48)      

  • Intricately finished by hand at the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur workshop in Zuffenhausen
  • Limited to just 500 cars worldwide and are almost impossible to find for sale
  • 607bhp, 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph
  • Left-hand drive example finished in the desirable Golden Yellow Metallic Paint
  • Just 5,435 km. An incredibly rare and exciting opportunity for the serious Porsche collector

The Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series is one of the rarest and most desirable cars to leave the Weissach factory in recent times. Production was limited to just 500 cars worldwide and as a result getting your name on the list was extremely difficult with even some of the most serious Porsche collectors and customers missing out.

Mechanically the chassis and suspension setup remain largely the same, however, the 3.8-litre, twin-turbocharged flat-six engine did receive a power boost to just over of 600bhp. Porsche’s dual-clutch transmission helps get the car to 60 mph in under three seconds, before topping out at a staggering 205 mph.

The Exclusive Series also features a number of exterior changes. The new carbon fibre bonnet and roof feature exposed stripes, similar to those seen on the GT2 RS and are accompanied by carbon fibre sills, rear wing section and air intakes. A reworked diffuser and black rifled exhaust tailpipes give the rear of the car an even more aggressive look than before. Additionally, there are gloss black calipers and contrasting gold Porsche lettering to complement the 20” black and gold alloy wheels.

The interior also sported a number of features that set it apart from any other 911. It has carbon fibre trim with fine strands of copper within the weave to give a brilliant gold appearance, Gold-coloured contrast stitching, special dual-layer perforated leather seats with the inside layer having two stripes in Golden Yellow, the instrument cluster is adorned with Exclusive Series branding, the door sill is made of a carbon fibre and leather combination featuring illuminated Exclusive Series branding, and the numbered plaque on the passenger side of the dash outlines its rarity.

This left-hand drive example is finished in the exclusive Golden Yellow Metallic paint, which is widely regarded as the best colour for this model, and it has covered just 5,435 km (at the time of cataloguing) since being delivered new in 2018. This is an incredibly rare and exciting opportunity to own a limited-edition, high-performance 911 with serious future collector appeal.

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2017 Morgan 3 Wheeler

Lot # 215 (Sale Order: 15 of 48)      

  • Powered by a 1982cc S&S 'X-Wedge' V-Twin mated to a Mazda 5-speed box
  • 115bhp and around 500kg offers 0-60 in 4.5 seconds and 125mph
  • Finished in Dove Grey with a black centre stripe, black-painted wire wheels, black mudguards, Chrome roll-hoops, nose cowling and three-eared spinners
  • The interior is luxuriously trimmed in Royal Blue quilted leather
  • In immaculate condition, this left-hand drive Morgan has covered just 660km from new

One of the more unlikely re-introductions in an age obsessed with all things 'retro', the 3 Wheeler revived the format pioneered by company founder H F S Morgan, whose first motorised tricycle had appeared in 1910. On this occasion though, the inspiration came from across the Atlantic, where the American company Liberty Motors was building a copy of the original Morgan three-wheeler: the Ace Cycle Car. Morgan executives tried the Ace and were sufficiently impressed to buy out Liberty, thereby shortening the development time required to get their own version into production.

Morgan restyled the body along more traditional lines and redesigned the chassis (which would continue to be made by Liberty), abandoning the marque's characteristic sliding-pillar front suspension in favour of a modern coil-sprung double wishbone arrangement. They also chose to use an American-built S&S v-twin engine rather than the Ace's Harley-Davidson unit. Developed specifically for the Morgan 3 Wheeler, the S&S 'X-Wedge' engine displaces 1982cc and delivers its 115bhp maximum via a Mazda five-speed gearbox. With a kerb weight of around 500kg, the 3 Wheeler has more than enough performance for most people, being capable of getting to 60mph in 4.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of around 125mph.

The Morgan 3 Wheeler was introduced to an awe-struck public at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, where one of its more talked-about features was the starter button's safety catch, as used on the Eurofighter's bomb-bay release. Morgan soon had deposits for 500 cars, having estimated that it would produce only some 100 per year!

This striking left-hand drive example is finished in Dove Grey with a black centre stripe, black-painted wire wheels and black mudguards enhanced by chrome roll hoops, nose cowling and three-eared spinners. The interior is luxuriously trimmed in Royal Blue quilted leather and sports a Blumels-style steering wheel. In immaculate condition, this little Morgan has covered just 660km from new.

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1993 Porsche 911 (964) Turbo S Leichtbau

Lot # 216 (Sale Order: 16 of 48)      

  • An amazing Leichtbau that has covered just 380 kilometres from new
  • 1 of only 67 left-hand drive examples
  • At 396lbs lighter than a Turbo S, performance was startling at the time with 0-60 in 4.7 seconds and a top speed in excess of 180mph.
  • This is a C31 car delivered new to Saudi Arabia in 1993 finished in Speed Yellow
  • Very well optioned. There is a build sheet available with the car to confirm the original specification

In May of 1992, Porsche announced that it was planning to produce a very special, limited edition of its current 964 Turbo that was to be christened the 911 'Turbo S Leichtbau' (Light build). They expected to build 25-50 units (later upped to 80), to be sold through Porsche Centres at a price not exceeding 300,000 DM, and the car was to be built in the fiscal year ending July 1992. The new project was to be a lightweight, road-legal, Turbo that would feature an increased engine output, together with enhanced handling and subtle styling differences.

A prototype was built using a 1992 3.3-litre Turbo chassis and the 992 Turbo S Leichtbau came into being but, ironically, production did not start until July 1992 meaning that they were all built in the 1993 Model Year. The car was a development of the Turbo S2 and the target was to increase engine output by around 40bhp, however, that was comfortably exceeded and, in the end, an additional 61 horses were found bringing net power up to 381 bhp. Porsche explained: 'With different camshafts, precision-machined intake ducts, slightly higher charge pressure and an optimised ignition and fuel injection system, this six-cylinder engine was capable of producing 381 bhp. To deliver all that power to the road surface safely, the car was lowered by 40 millimetres and the running gear was given firmer settings.' However, the main quest was to find a significant weight reduction, and in this, they were very successful reducing the overall weight by 180 kg. mainly by doing without under-body protection, sound-proofing, air conditioning, power steering and rear seats. Further savings came from thin glass, aluminium doors, a carbon fibre luggage compartment and even thinner carpets. Electric windows and air-conditioning reappeared in the production cars but even so, the 'Leichtbau' was still 396lbs lighter than a Turbo S. Performance was startling at the time (pretty impressive now) with 0-60 in 4.7 seconds and a top speed in excess of 180mph.

The actual build numbers for this model have been misquoted over time with official Porsche records concluding 80 Leichtbaus were built initially. In fact, there were an additional 6 vehicles. The 81st car was added on as part of the recorded end of production run on November 20, 1992. The 82nd - 86th cars lack definitive production information in the Porsche official records for their final production and delivery dates but all are agreed that there were 86 examples in total.

This simply amazing 964 Leichtbau is one of only 67 left-hand-drive examples and looks superb in its Speed Yellow paintwork, a gorgeous colour created by Sprenger and Porsche Head Designer Harm Lagaaj. Remarkably this example is only showing 380km from new, which puts it firmly in collectors territory as Porsche’s first lightweight turbo production car.

It's a C31-spec car originally delivered new to Saudi Arabia in 1993 and well optioned at the time, including a limited-slip differential. There is a build sheet accompanying the car that can be sent to any interested parties confirming the exact specification when ordered new.

Looking at recent auction results these rare cars are particularly sought after and this particular example, given the fact its presented to auction with such low mileage, may well represent an unrepeatable opportunity to buy one of the most collectable Porsches on the market today.

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2017 Fiat 500 Riva

Lot # 217 (Sale Order: 17 of 48)      

  • Fiat's most luxurious 500 inspired by Riva Boats 'Aquariva Super'
  • Finished in edition-exclusive 'Sera Blue' with a double Aquamarine coach-line
  • Fabulous interior with Mahogany, Maple, and hand-stitched Poltrona Frau Ivory leather
  • 16-inch alloy wheels with a bespoke blue finish and chrome hubcaps
  • This immaculate example has covered a mere 514km
  • The 500 Riva 'The smallest yacht in the world'

The 1957 FIAT 500 was not only the cornerstone of a mobilised Italy, allowing millions of people to experience the personal freedom of car ownership, it also symbolised the rebirth of the nation, becoming inextricably linked to the Dolce Vita years during which the country rediscovered its sense of style, vitality and fun. During the same time, another Italian icon also rose to prominence - Aquarama, the Riva speedboat. Elegant and exquisitely executed, the Aquarama was an authentic status symbol which helped Riva on its way to becoming one of the world's most respected premium boat builders.

Almost 60 years later, the two symbols of Italian style and elegance finally converged in the form of the FIAT 500 Riva. Aimed at motorists seeking the same exclusivity of Aquariva Super yacht - the current Riva icon - but in an accessible, everyday package, the FIAT 500 Riva was finished in 'Sera Blue', an exclusive colour for this limited edition model and one of the most popular for the Aquariva Super, successor to the legendary Aquarama.

Externally, in addition to the exclusive colour, the mirror caps have a chrome finish, as do the handles and the bonnet trim. A double aquamarine line runs along the belt line, enhancing the soft profile of the 500 and recalling the beautiful line of a yacht, while brand new 16-inch, 20-spoke alloy wheels, with a special blue finish, were created especially for the car. Finally, the logo of the nautical legend is placed on the boot lid, the wheel arch and the wooden insert of the side moulding.

Inside, the dashboard is finished in hand-painted mahogany with maple inlay work, offering the occupants the luxurious warmth of life on-board, as emphasised by the prominent Riva logo. An innovative engineering process was implemented to make the dashboard, merging state of the art materials technologies with natural wood and classic craftsmanship: The wood is applied onto an ultralight carbon shell to ensure stability, flexibility and perfect strength over the lifetime of the vehicle. The maple inlays are inserted by hand, making each creation truly unique.

The door sills and gear knob are also carved from a solid piece of mahogany, while the seats are trimmed in an exclusive ivory leather created by Poltrona Frau, in colours and materials reminiscent of the exclusive ambience of Aquariva Super. Even the floor mats are especially created with ivory hems and contrasting 'Sera Blue' stitching, as is the boot mat that also features a wood insert with Riva lettering.

In terms of safety equipment, the FIAT 500 Riva is equipped with seven airbags, ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution), ESC (Electronic Stability Control), ASR (Anti Slip Regulation) Hill Holder and HBA (Hydraulic Brake Assistance) that helps with emergency braking. Luxury equipment includes automatic climate control, front fog lights, rear parking sensors, LED DRLs and a seven-inch TFT instrument cluster with aquamarine background and Riva logo.

This lovely example dates from 2017 and is finished in Blue Sera with ivory leather. It's covered just 514km and remains in outstanding condition.

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2015 Lamborghini Veneno

Lot # 218 (Sale Order: 18 of 48)      

  • The second of just nine Veneno Roadsters unveiled in 2013. 1,681km from new
  • Powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.5-litre V-12 engine tuned to produce 750bhp
  • Seriously quick with 0-100 km/h (62mph) in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 355 km/h (222mph)
  • Dramatically finished in Matte Black with Lime Green details
  • Amazing interior in green and black with leather, Alcantara and carbon fibre
  • Set to be a future classic and undoubtedly one of the most desirable Lamborghinis ever built

As part of the company’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, Lamborghini unveiled the Veneno at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Perhaps the most outlandish automobile ever produced from a company built on a reputation for dramatically designed automobiles, the Veneno generated an audible gasp when the covers came off, making Ferrari’s LaFerrari, unveiled that year at Geneva as well, look almost pedestrian in comparison.

The designers at Centro Stile Lamborghini pushed the design to its limits, working to maximise downforce and increase handling stability through fast corners. With form truly following function, each crisp line serves to provide minimal drag and channel cool air to the engine. Carbon fibre plays a crucial role in its construction, with the carbon monocoque visible within the car around its central tunnel and door sills.

Aside from its wild bodywork, the Veneno boasts Lamborghini’s naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V-12 engine tuned to produce 750bhp, 50 horsepower more than the original Aventador LP700-4 as a result of enlarging the engine air intakes and a redesigned exhaust. It was seriously quick, sprinting to 100 km/h (62mph) from a standstill in 2.9 seconds on its way to a (quoted) top speed of a staggering 355 km/h (222mph).

However, with only four produced (three built for a trio of very fortunate customers and one retained by Lamborghini themselves), it was instantly apparent that the demand was there for a few more. The following year a 'Roadster' version of the Veneno was announced in a setting equally as thrilling as the car itself, onboard the Italian Navy’s aircraft carrier Cavour docked in Abu Dhabi in 2014.

Performance of the Veneno roadster remained identical to that of its closed sibling, despite the roadster being 50 kg. heavier due to reinforcement of its chassis, tipping the scales at just 1,490kg and resulting in a remarkable power-to-weight ratio of 1.99kg per horsepower. A true roadster, no roof was offered, making for a truly exhilarating driving experience. Nine examples were built, with each one being spoken for, before the car was unveiled to the public.

Of those nine Veneno roadsters, this example was the second to leave the factory, and was subsequently bought from the first owner by a member of the House of Saud, KSA. It's finished in Matte Black over an interior trimmed in Lime Green and Black leather complemented by lime-green detailing on the exterior, adding a touch of contrast and personality to its fighter-jet-like bodywork. Since departing Sant’Agata, 002 has travelled just 1,681km from new and remains in virtually as-new condition, both inside and out.

Set to be a future classic and undoubtedly one of the most desirable Lamborghinis ever built, it's clear that the Veneno’s design will continue to influence Lamborghini’s regular production cars for years to come. This would undoubtedly be a centrepiece of any collection of 21st-century hypercars.

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1988 Mercedes-Benz (R107) 560 SL

Lot # 219 (Sale Order: 19 of 48)      

  • The R107, 560 SL was only made for the US, Japanese and Australian market in 1986-'89
  • Left-hand drive, automatic transmission example showing a remarkable 19,967 miles
  • The 5549cc, M117 V8 produced around 227bhp and 287lb.ft
  • Looking superb in a rare colour with a matching hardtop and grey leather interior
  • Some cars just get better looking with age and the R107 Series 'SL' is definitely amongst them.

Starting with the legendary Gullwing of the 1950s, the SL has been the most sporting model in the Three-Pointed Star’s range for more than seven decades, combining luxury and high performance in a stylish package that continues to set the benchmark today. Stuttgart’s engineers developed a replacement for the popular second generation ‘Pagoda’ SL through the late 1960s, launching the R107 to high praise in April 1971 and it remained in production for a remarkable 18 years. Nicknamed the 'Panzerwagen' due to its massive strength, the R107 saw the emphasis firmly on safety, with a padded dashboard and the fuel tank relocated to the boot, inside a massively reinforced body shell. Larger and more powerful V8 engines sourced from the S-Class saloons compensated for the weight gains, whilst a new suspension system featuring a rear trailing arm was a major improvement over the old swing axle design. A major update was carried out across the R107 range in 1980, with a new generation of alloy V8s that were lighter, more fuel efficient and developed more power. Another big improvement was a new, more efficient four-speed automatic transmission using a torque converter instead of the older fluid coupling.

The pinnacle of the R107's long and successful model run was the 560 SL, produced between 1986 and 1989. Featuring a powerful new all-alloy 5.5-litre V8 engine (the largest fitted to the SL) mated to the silky smooth four-speed automatic, the 560 SL may have looked like its predecessors - with only a chin spoiler, new alloy wheels and revised sill treatment setting the new model apart - but underneath there were numerous technological improvements, including ABS brakes, revised suspension, the latest Bosch KE-Jetronic fuel injection and various interior upgrades. The R107 range today offers the perfect classic roadster experience for those not wanting to compromise on safety or luxury features. Reliable, beautifully made and with a style only Mercedes-Benz can truly capture, the 560 SL makes perfect sense as a classic that can be enjoyed daily.

This particular 560 SL is a lovely left-hand drive, automatic transmission example showing a remarkable 19,967 miles. It's superbly presented in Impala Metallic with a Blue/Grey leather interior and is accompanied by a matching hardtop.

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2012 Mercedes-Benz S 500L (W221)

Lot # 220 (Sale Order: 20 of 48)      

  • Mercedes always uses the halo S-Class model as a showcase for its latest technology and refinement and the latest W221 version of 2006, the first S-Class of the new millennium, was no exception
  • At launch, it was lauded by Autocar magazine as 'unquestionably the best car in its class and arguably the most complete road car in history'
  • The 388bhp, 5.5-litre V8 is mated to a 7-speed gearbox offering 0-62mph in just 5.6 seconds
  • A discreet, LWB (5.2m) Grand Saloon where build-quality, refinement and technology are paramount
  • Originally delivered to the UAE with delivery mileage only. An exciting and rare opportunity.

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is amongst the world’s most revered luxury cars and it’s only really Rolls-Royce, Bentley and possibly Mercedes' own Maybach that could truly claim to trump it for reputation, but with those all being more than twice as expensive, that’s hardly surprising.

You could argue that what makes the S-Class special is its history but, in reality, it’s the fact that Mercedes uses the S-Class as a showcase for its latest technology that makes it stand out. With this incarnation of the S500, Mercedes paid obsessive attention to tranquillity whilst driving, giving a driving experience like no other. Never has a driver felt so remote from the outside world, and yet remained connected to the car to such a degree.

The 2006-2013 (W221) S-Class is no different. For example, it was available with infra-red night vision, seats that massage their occupants and a pre-collision assist system of a type that’s taken almost a decade to become commonplace on other cars.

After reports of dubious build quality linked to the previous S-Class, Mercedes went to town on, not only the design of the interior, but also its fit and finish. There was also a larger boot than before (think estate car space in a saloon body) and there’s enough room in the back seats to stretch out, particularly if you choose a long-wheelbase car.

This left-hand drive example was originally delivery new the UAE in 2012 and is showing delivery mileage only. An exciting and rare opportunity.

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2020 Aston Martin DB5 'Goldfinger Continuation'

Lot # 221 (Sale Order: 21 of 48)      

More than half a century after the last new DB5 left Aston Martins Newport Pagnell factory, work began on the most famous car in the world Produced in association with EON Productions, makers of the James Bond films Featuring working Goldfinger gadgets developed by Aston Martin and Oscar-winning special-effects guru Chris Corbould OBE Only 25 will be built and each car takes 4,500 hours to construct. This example is left-hand drive and delivered new in 2020 to the KSA Aston Martin have not made a DB5 for more than 50 years and these 25 Goldfinger Continuation cars will go on to form part of Aston Martins illustrious history Not merely the best-known model produced by Aston Martin, the DB5 saloon (as the factory called it for tax purposes) is generally regarded as one of the most famous cars ever built by any marque. Introduced at the 1963 Earls Court Motor Show, the DB5 was an obvious development of the DB4, featuring similar Touring-designed coachwork and an enlarged 4-litre update of Tadek Marek's race-engineered aluminium engine. With 170 improvements over the preceding model, the DB5 was undoubtedly a superior driver's car, and the company landed one of history's most famous marketing coups when the DB5 was chosen as superspy James Bond's transport for the 1964 film 'Goldfinger'. With a modest production of 1,021 examples built through 1965, the DB5 has evolved into the marque's most timeless classic, appealing to dedicated enthusiasts and casual observers alike. 55 years after the last new DB5 rolled elegantly off the production line at Aston Martins then global manufacturing base in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, work once again got under way at that very same illustrious location on a strictly limited number of new DB5 models. Created in association with the producers of the James Bond films, EON Productions, and featuring a broad suite of working gadgets first seen on screen in the 1964 film, Goldfinger. According to Aston Martin Works, 'The meticulous DB5 Goldfinger Continuation construction process which takes around 4,500 hours per car is undertaken at Aston Martins globally renowned Heritage Division headquarters in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. Each of the 25 new cars is being built to the highest possible quality using a blend of Sir David Brown-era old world craftsmanship, with the sympathetic application of modern engineering advancements and performance enhancements, alongside the integration of cutting-edge gadgets developed in association with Chris Corbould OBE, the special effects supervisor who has worked on more than a dozen Bond films'. The list of Bond-inspired gadgets includes the following features: Exterior: Rear smoke screen delivery system Rear simulated oil slick delivery system Revolving number plates front and rear (triple plates) Simulated twin front machine guns Bullet resistant rear shield Battering rams front and rear Simulated tyre slasher Removable passenger seat roof panel (optional equipment) Interior: Simulated radar screen tracker map Telephone in drivers door Gear knob actuator button Armrest and centre console-mounted switchgear Under-seat hidden weapons/storage tray Remote control for gadget activation All the new cars are meticulously detailed authentic reproductions of the DB5 as seen on screen, with some sympathetic modifications and enhancements to ensure the highest levels of build quality and reliability. All the DB5 Goldfinger Continuation cars are being built to one exterior colour specification Silver Birch paint just like the original. The cars feature original DB5-style aluminium exterior body panels wrapped elegantly around an authentic DB5 mild-steel chassis structure. Under the bonnet theres a 4.0-litre naturally-aspirated, inline six-cylinder engine with a six-plug head, three SU carburettors and oil cooler, thats capable of generating in the order of 290bhp. This is mated to a five-speed ZF manual transmission in the rear-wheel drive DB5, which also features a mechanical limited-slip differential. Servo-assisted hydraulic Girling-type steel disc brakes, rack and pinion steering which does not feature assistance and a suspension set-up comprising coil-over spring and damper units with an anti-roll bar at the front, and a live axle rear suspension with radius arms and Watts linkage, complete the dynamic package. This, left-hand drive, example was delivered new to the KSA in 2020 and has resided in a private collection ever since. Aston Martin have not made a DB5 for more than 50 years and these 25 Goldfinger Continuation cars will go on to form part of Aston Martins illustrious history. This, therefore, represents a truly exciting opportunity to join a rather exclusive club.

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**Regretfully Withdrawn**2014 Ferrari 458 Speciale

Lot # 222 (Sale Order: 22 of 48)      

  • The already spectacular 458 benefited from a host of driver-focussed upgrades
  • Power output was now 599bhp, a World Record for naturally-aspirated V8 output
  • Other changes include forged wheels, vented bonnet, finned side sills, a taller rear spoiler and redesigned bumpers
  • Superbly finished in Tour-de-France Blue with White racing stripes and Scuderia wing shields
  • Overall, the track-oriented 458 Speciale offers awesome performance, show-stopping Italian styling and addictive levels of driver involvement.
  • This stunning car is in superb condition having only covered 280km from new

The Ferrari 458 Speciale is the high-performance variant of the already sensational 458 Italia. The Speciale received a myriad of performance upgrades starting with increased power from the 4.5-litre V8 jumping to just under 600bhp at 9000rpm. Further distinctions in the body styling include a vented bonnet, finned side sills and front/rear active aerodynamic flaps, to balance downforce and cut drag when required. In addition to revised electronic driver aids, the car featured 'sideslip angle control' (SSC), a system which allows the driver to decide how sideways he/she would like to travel around a corner and all these improvements allowed the Speciale to lap the Ferrari Fiorano test track 1.5 seconds faster than its predecessor, the already blisteringly quick F430 Scuderia. Overall, this track-oriented Ferrari offers awesome performance, show-stopping Italian styling and addictive levels of driver involvement. Being the final special-edition, naturally-aspirated V8 Ferrari makes this car a highly sought after and collectable addition to any investor's or enthusiast's garage.

This superb example is virtually new having only covered 280km. It's a left-hand drive car superbly finished in Tour-de-France Blue with White racing stripes and Scuderia wing shields.

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2008 Harley Davidson Rocker FXCW

Lot # 223 (Sale Order: 23 of 48)      

  • The 'Rocker' joined Harley's diverse model line-up in 2008
  • Its looks bore a strong resemblance to 'slammed hard-tail' custom bikes of the past
  • The 'Rockertail' rear end mounted a form-fitting fender directly to the swinging arm
  • 1584cc Twin Cam 96B balanced engine. 6-speed 'Cruise Drive' transmission
  • This particular Rocker dates from 2008 and is dramatically finished in Black and Gold

For more than a century, Harley-Davidson motorcycles have stoked the passion of riders around the world with a distinctive combination of performance and visual appeal that simply cannot be duplicated. The energy, dedication and pure enthusiasm of each individual at Harley-Davidson maintains that full-throttle intensity, season after season.

In 2007, they took factory-custom motorcycle design to a new extreme with the introduction of three radically styled new models. The Dyna Fat Bob, the Rocker and the Rocker C were additions to a diverse line of 2008 motorcycles that also included 14 models available in limited-edition 105th Anniversary styling. A host of technical refinements for 2008 included the availability of an all-new Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) as an option on Touring and VRSC models. Only Harley-Davidson could style and engineer a motorcycle as visually exciting as the new Rocker,” said Bill Davidson, director of motorcycle product development. “To offer this level of customization in a reliable, production motorcycle is simply unprecedented'.

The new FXCW Rocker and FXCWC Rocker C featured the 'Rockertail' rear end that mounted a form-fitting fender directly to the swinging arm over a 240mm tyre. The result was a reproduction of the authentic lines of a 'slammed hard-tail' custom with the comfortable ride of modern suspension as the rear wheel and fender move together. The Rocker comes with a solo seat and a monochrome, satin stainless metallic paint scheme.

The original FXCW spec included;

Rigid-mount, 1584cc Twin Cam 96B balanced engine. 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
Silver powder-coated engine with Satin Stainless Metallic powder-coat covers
Chrome Shorty Dual exhaust with new slash bend
Finned cast-aluminium, horseshoe oil tank
Satin Stainless Metallic powder-coat Cast Aluminium Tapered Five Spoke 19-inch front/18-inch rear wheels
Rockertail rear section. Solo saddle. V-Bar handlebars on five-inch curved risers
Stretched fuel tank with recessed medallion. Console-mounted Speed Shop speedometer
Satin Stainless Metallic powder-coat fork lowers, oil tank, headlamp bucket, swingarm and other components
Integrated LED rear turn indicators/tail/brake lamps
Colour-matched frame. Vivid Black paint with pinstripe flames option

Every Harley is designed with a particular type of customer in mind and the FXCW Rocker makes an 'anti-everything' statement that appeals to those with a hard-riding, go-your-own-way attitude.

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2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé Tiger Edition

Lot # 224 (Sale Order: 24 of 48)      

  • Powered by a 48-valve, 453bhp, V-12 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Despite weighing 5,795lbs, the Phantom can reach 60mph in 5.8 seconds and 155mph
  • This unique Tiger Coupé debuted at the Dubai Motor Show in late 2015
  • Finished in Burnt Orange and Arizona Sun with a Tiger motif twin-coachline
  • Tan and Seashell leather seats with embroidered Tiger motifs on the headrests and Moccasin lambs wool floor mats, Macasser Ebony wood trim and bespoke 'Tiger Phantom Coupe' treadplates
  • In immaculate condition throughout, the car has covered a mere 7,205km

At its debut in 2003, the Rolls-Royce Phantom set a new standard for the marque with its combination of traditional hand-craftsmanship and the latest high-technology. In the best Rolls-Royce tradition, the model evolved over its production run, eventually spawning two two-door versions: The Phantom Drophead Coupé and, later, the Coupé with a fixed roof, both based upon the well-received 100EX concept vehicle of 2004. The latter was the first Rolls-Royce coupé produced by the factory in over two decades, and it shared the sedan’s potent 453-brake horsepower V-12, as well as its muscular styling and front-opening “coach doors.” While conventional handles for the doors were provided, they could be both opened and closed automatically, at the touch of a button—a truly extravagant feature.

The vast majority of Rolls-Royce customers opt for some level of bespoke customisation, and with relatively few made, there’s no reason why any two should ever leave the factory looking exactly the same, however, this is something really special.

It's named the Phantom Coupé Tiger Edition and was introduced at the Dubai Motor Show in 2015. It's a one-off model and draws inspiration from the animal kingdom, featuring a Burnt Orange and Arizona Sun exterior with a Tiger motif twin-coachline. The interior is also unique as it has Tan and Seashell leather seats with embroidered Tiger motifs on the headrests and Moccasin lambs wool floor mats, Macasser Ebony wood trim and bespoke 'Tiger Phantom Coupe' treadplates. In immaculate condition throughout, the car has covered a mere 7,205km.

Even today, five years after the model left production, the Phantom Coupé represents the height of uncompromising modern engineering and luxury. Even the standard model will stop onlookers in their tracks with its regal lines, however, this dramatic, one-off, Tiger Coupé will bring whole towns to a halt.

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2015 Mercedes-Brabus B63S-700 6x6

Lot # 225 (Sale Order: 25 of 48)      

  • Mercedes' already impressive G63 AMG 6x6 further developed by Brabus
  • Now offering 691bhp and 708lb ft thanks to the addition of its 'B63S-700' performance kit
  • Capable of 0-62mph in 7.4 seconds despite weighing 3,775kg
  • This remarkable example is finished in Polar White and has covered just 8,194km from new.

Standard versions of the G63 AMG 6x6 produce 536bhp and 561bhp, which is channelled to all six wheels via an AMG Speedshift Plus 7G-Tronic automatic transmission. Brabus, however, has boosted that figure to 691bhp and a substantial 708lb ft thanks to the addition of its 'B63S-700' performance kit. The significant gains, of 155bhp and 147lb ft, are thanks to the installation of a pair of new turbochargers, a tweaked ECU, high-flow catalytic convertors, a sports exhaust system and the additional heat shielding for the intake system.

Consequently the six-wheeled, 3,775kg powerhouse is now capable of sprinting from 0-62mph in 7.4sec, although the top speed remains unchanged at 99mph - an electrical limitation enforced to protect the 37-inch off-road tyres, rather than the powertrain.The B63S-700 6x6 also features an exhaust valve system that offers 'Sport' and 'Coming Home' modes, allowing for offering 'optimised' power and exhaust noise - or relative silence - when desired.

In order to increase the imposing and purposeful nature of the B63S-700, not that it really needs any help on that front, Brabus has added a front spoiler, a special grille with an integrated Brabus logo, black xenon headlights, a host of carbon fibre parts and special finishes.The upgrades continue inside, with a combination of finely-stitched leather and Alcantara. Both the floor and roof lining are finished in leather too, in an effort to deliver a truly top-class feel. Further improvements come in the form of stainless-steel scuff plates with illuminated Brabus logos, special alloy shift paddles and other minor aluminium highlights.

This impressive example is finished in Polar White and has covered just 8,194km from new.



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