Cars for Sale

Cars for Sale

At Iconic Collection we have quite a spectacular variety of cars for sale at any given time. These cars for sale are mainly classic and luxury cars; they have all been well looked after and kept in our storage facility for extra protection. Please see below a small selection of our offerings.

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1987 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth

   

1987 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth

Built and first registered to Ford's Competition Department in Cologne 1987.

Factory Build Number 0007. RHD. Currently has 23,100 miles from new. Current ownership since 2007 - of which the Car has been in storage for the majority of that time.

Offered with a collection of old MOT certificates, sundry paper work, original service book plus sales brochure. As well as a fun little scaled downModel of a Nimco Race Track Car.

This very interesting fast Ford, build number 007, is one of just 500 righthand drive RS500 'Homologation Specials' created for the company by Aston Martin Tickford, with the aim of making the already highly competitive Sierra Cosworth 'unbeatable on the race tracks'.

Originally used as a Press Car registered to Ford's Competition Department in Cologne, before becoming the property of a Formula One manager and then part of an important collection of Ford vehicles after its arrival in the UK in 2007 when purchased by the current vendor.

It is presented in the livery of the Texaco Eggenberger car raced in 1987 by Klaus Ludwig and Klaus Niedwiedz, with which they clinched the Entrant's division of the World Touring Car Championship for Ford, and would also have won the Driver's section too, had the RS500 not been disqualified from the James Hardie 1000 round in Australia for 'wheel arch panel irregularities'.

We have Videos of this Car taken side by side, with the Original Racing Car taken by Ford.

The Bodywork, Black paintwork, Grey interior trim, 'Recaro' Seats, 2-0 litre engine and five-speed manual gearbox are all original and in 'excellent' condition. A very rare opportunity indeed.

Always quick to support the performance and motorsport markets, Ford introduced the be-winged XR4i in 1983, followed by the XR 4x4 in 1985, and the Sierra RS Cosworth in 1986, which was conceived to gain homologation for Group A touring car racing, and out of which grew the all-conquering RS500 Cosworth.

The key differences between the standard product and the RS500 were: thicker walled cylinder block: larger Garrett turbocharger and intercooler; uprated fuel pump; uprated oil and cooling systems and secondary rear spoiler. The engine upgrades increased the output from 204bhp to 222bhp and the RS500 ultimately won 15 national series, including the 1990 British Touring Car Championship.

It was out of this, in order to gain homologation for Group A touring car racing, that the maniacal, fire-breathing RS500 Cosworth was conceived.

Besides pumping out more power, the RS500 offered all the aggressive stance of a rabid badger. Under the bonnet lurked an engine with a larger Garrett turbocharger and intercooler, alongside an uprated fuel pump and upgraded oil and cooling systems. This made for an output figure of 222bhp, ushering enough power to stage a coup d’ètat – bringing home 15 national series, including the 1990 British Touring Car Championship.

Originally, all road going models were to be finished in black, yet a handful of the 500 manufactured donned white paintwork, with another 52 dressed in Moonstone Blue.

A very rare original Cosworth - sure to have Ford enthusiasts falling over themselves to get it!

Price: £92,995

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1969 Bristol 411 6.3 V8 Series 1

    

1969 Bristol 411 6.3 V8 Series 1

Just arrived! Lovely 1969 Bristol 411 - Series 1.

The Bristol 411 was built to combine performance and comfort. Powered by a Chrysler 6276cc V8 Engine and Automatic Gearbox. This resulted in a top speed of 140mph - with 335bhp.

The policy behind the Bristol design was to have an exceptionally strong separate chassis and a coach-built aluminium body of sufficient size to provide comfortable long distance touring. This was certainly achieved!

This beautiful example has done a mere 19717 miles and that can be seen by its condition. We have a huge file of Invoice, Receipts, MOT's for this car, along with Bristol Owners Club paperwork.

Price: £52,995

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2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello F1 'Fiorano' (LHD)

   

2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello F1 'Fiorano' (LHD)

We at Iconic Collection are super excited to have this 575M Maranello in Stock!

In 1996, Ferrari introduced the 550 Maranello in a bid to revive their fabled line of grand tourers, and the 550 quickly proved to be an overwhelming success. Six years later, in 2002, the 575M Maranello appeared bringing with it a host of healthy updates adding additional potency to an already incredible car. Increasing the displacement of the V-12 by 250 cubic centimetres to 5748 cc, resulted in 508bhp and 434lb/ft of torque, 0-60 in 4.2 seconds and an advertised top speed of 202 mph. The front end was slightly revised with newer headlights, a redesigned air intake and front spoiler, and the weight distribution was improved to 50/50. Two six-speed transmissions were available – a conventional manual gearbox and, for the first time on a Ferrari V12, Magneti Marelli’s semi-automatic (electro-hydraulic manual) ‘F1’ gearbox. Further mechanical improvements included bigger brakes and an adaptive suspension set-up (the four independent suspension units are also controlled by the gearbox, to minimise pitch throughout the 200-milliseconds gear shift time). Inside, the interior was modernised and refreshed with an updated dashboard, trim, and steering wheel.

This, collector's quality, left-hand drive, 575M was supplied new to Japan in 2003 and delivered to Cornes & Co. in Tokyo optioned with the F1 gearbox, Daytona Seats, and the 'Fiorano' Handling Pack. With those gorgeous 'Coke-bottle' curves and a bonnet that goes on forever, we always feel that these cars look best in dark colours, and this 575 is indeed finished in Nuovo Nero Daytona (rare Metallic Black) with a fabulous full-leather interior in Bordeaux Red. Imported into the UK in the Spring of 2015, the Ferrari was MOT'd on 26/052015 at 15,760kms and purchased by its first UK owner on 15/06/2015. Whilst in his possession there is a receipt (£1,337.40) for “Airbag ECU” and rocker cover gaskets, and the service book was stamped on 31/10/2015 at 16,333 kms. prior to the car's purchase by our vendor from Ferrari specialists, The Supercar Centre, Sheffield on 03/11/2015.

Having joined our vendor's collection of serious Ferraris, the 575 has only been lightly used since, covering just over 100kms, and was granted an MOT on 31/05/2017 at 16,419kms (10,262 miles). It remains in remarkable, almost 'Concours' condition.

It's accompanied by a spare key and fob, tool kit and tyre kit in the boot, and the leather Ferrari wallet containing its book pack. In addition to both recent MOT Certificates and the Service Book, there are import papers dated 31/03/15 and a large number of documents in Japanese, detailing its maintenance, attentions and legality whilst over there. Our vendor informs us that the cambelts were changed at 15,000kms.

With deep paintwork, good panel gaps and a superb interior, this 2003 Ferrari presents really well, however, 575s are not just pretty faces, they’re tantalising to drive, with great balance, lots of power and pin-sharp steering. The all-alloy V12 just keeps revving, whilst variable-volume intake and exhaust systems ensure there’s no shortage of torque. So with classic looks, fabulous build quality and stratospheric performance, these are cars that satisfy on every level, and consequently, values continue to move gently forward.

A viewing is highly recommended, by appointment only please!

Price: £129,950

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2004 Ferrari F430 F1 Spider (LHD)

   

2004 Ferrari F430 F1 Spider (LHD)

We are delighted to be able to offer this new arrival into the Showroom!

This is a one owner from new car with the same persons name appearing on the UK V5 as on the German invoice for the car when new. UK Owner, who had car occasionally shipped to Germany, where he had some business interests.

This particular F430 Spider F1 was purchased via Ferrari Lais Power GmbH of Stuttgart on 11th September 2006 by Sloane Helicopters and has had only one owner from new. The car has covered a mere 17000 kilometres (from new and has been regularly maintained by Graypaul Ferrari and the owners local garage. The condition of this car is outstanding!

Finished in Rosso Red with Tan upholstery and Black Hood, this breathtaking Ferrari supercar comes complete with all books, tools, etc and is offered with original factory paperwork, old German Fahrzeugbrief, MoT to January 2018, and a UK V5C registration document. We have applied to the supplying dealer for a copy of the German sevice history & are also having a letter sent down to us from Graypaul Ferrari verifying the works undertaken at the last service. Taxed until November 2018 current MOT.

The car looks, smells & presents as new & is in gorgeous condition throughout.

Viewing is highly recommended - by appointment please.

Price: £98,000

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2013 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG 5.5

  

2013 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG 5.5

Just Landed..

A top of the line Mercedes SL that has covered just 34,000 miles from new. The car is needless to say a high spec model equipped with all the bells & whistles one might expect of such a machine. It comes to us with two keys & all its original books & papers.

The car has been used as a second car for high days & holidays & has always been garage kept, residing in a collection containing assorted Aston Martins & Bentleys. The Iridium silver paintwork is in perfect order throughout. The black perforated leather seats are likewise in perfect like new condition. Under the bonnet the engine bay is immaculate in highly detailed corrosion free perfection.

Being an AMG Bi Turbo model, the car is extremely fast & emits a purposeful growl when pushed harder. It handles beautifully & is absolutely ready to go!
Viewing recommended, by appointment please!

Price: £48,000

 

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1968 Ford Cortina Lotus MK2 'Crayford' Convertible

   

1968 Ford Cortina Lotus MK2 'Crayford' Convertible

Registration: OKK960F

Chassis Number: BA91GJ06277.

Launched in 1963, the Lotus Cortina quickly established an awesome competition record in the hands of drivers like Jim Clark, Jack Sears and Jackie Ickx, winning everything in sight and remaining to this day one of the most competitive historic saloons that money can buy – hence the recent very high prices!

In 1967 a revised MK2 version was launched now with a more powerful 109bhp engine, which had been the special equipment option on the Lotus Elan and the Lotus Cortina MK1. The gearbox ratios remained 2000E ones but the car now used the MK2 GT remote-control gearchange and had a different axle ratio and a larger fuel tank.

The MK2 was a wider car than the MK1 so although they look the same the steel wheels had a different offset so as not to upset the tracking. The MK2 did exactly what Ford wanted – far more reliable than the MK1, it was still quick enough to be used in competition and remained in production until 1970.

This very rare Ford Cortina convertible has covered only 28,500 miles from new. A vast amount of money has been spent to bring the car up to this standard. The restoration included full respray, engine, brakes and gearbox overhaul. A new roof has also been fitted.

At a recent Car Show, 'Mr Crayford' himself, Mr David McMullan MBE - signed the sun visor of this Car!

This particular car is a very rare Crayford Convertible MK2, one of only 20 made, that was supplied new in 1968 by Ford dealers, Crouches Garage of Ashford, Kent, to fulfil a special order placed by a local fish and chip shop magnate, Sonny Hanson. Officially sanctioned by Ford and only available through the dealer network,  the Crayford conversion was a thoroughly engineered job that entailed substantial reinforcement of the bodyshell to preserve the rigidity of the structure and the handling prowess for which the Lotus Cortina was so justly famous. Hanson kept the car until 1971 when the current vendor acquired it from the local Standard Triumph main dealer, Kennedy’s Garage of Ashford.

Originally Dark Green, the car was resprayed Black in 1973 – this being the era of the JPS racing cars – after the carbs spat back and caused a small engine bay fire. At about the same time the speedo packed up at 24,000 miles so a new one was fitted. The Car was then lightly used in the summer months only until 1984 when the owner moved to Shropshire and the Car was put into dry storage where it was to remain until earlier this year. In the preceding year, 1983, it had been sent back to Crayfords for a new hood, new carpets and various modifications including the fitting of Koni adjustable shock absorbers and a high capacity radiator.

Recently brought out of storage, the Car has now been fully recommissioned with a new fuel pump and radiator core and issued It still has only some 4,500 miles on the clock to give a warranted 28,500 miles from new. With only two owners from new it would make a great addition to any car collection.

Viewings by appointment.

Price: £35,000

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Lister Jaguar XJS HE 7.0 V12

   

Lister Jaguar XJS HE 7.0 V12

There’s no doubt that the Jaguar XJS was a fantastic grand tourer but, as the replacement for the legendary E-type, it seemed a little bit conservative. Then a tuning company using the revived Lister name transformed it into a 200mph supercar!

The relationship between Lister and Jaguar goes back almost 50 years, and is synonymous with sports car racing. Brian Lister began building his giant-killing sports-racers in 1954, but it wasn’t until 1957, when Sir William Lyons offered him the engines and gearboxes from the ageing Jaguar D-type, that Lister achieved international success.

Lister designed and built a lightweight chassis around the Jaguar mechanicals, and clothed it in a slippery aerodynamic body. These Lister ‘Knobblies’ swept all before for them for the next few years, winning countless races in the UK, Europe and America.
Legendary names such as Stirling Moss, Archie Scott-Brown and Masten Gregory all scored victories at the wheel of Lister-Jaguars, often defeating the works Aston Martins in the process.

The Lister name eventually faded away until 1986, when it was revived by an engineer named Laurence Pearce. His new company, Lister-Cars Ltd, was based in Surrey and modified only about 90 Jaguar XJS’s, which were marketed as Lister-Jaguars.

Turning the XJS into an insanely powerful 200mph+ supercar required some very extensive modifications. For starters, the 5.3-litre engine was increased in size to six litres which, at the time, made the Lister-Jaguar capable of a 0-60mph time of 4.5 seconds, bettering that of the Ferrari Testarossa.  A five-speed Getrag manual gearbox was installed, and the suspension and brakes were uprated to cope with the extra power.

The bodykit featured widened wheelarches, a front air dam and a rear spoiler, turning the docile XJS into an aggressive and muscular brute with the looks to match its performance.

The Lister Jaguar XJS cost £167,000 back in 1989 - amazingly five times more than the donor XJS!

Our car offered here is, we understand a one-off conversion made as a retirement present for one of Listers Directors. Converted in 1989, it was the first and only Lister conversion to have a six speed Getrag manual gearbox installed that year. As if the six litre engine wasn’t enough the engine was bored out to seven litres so that it now kicked out 600bhp and a new sports exhaust system was added.

The exterior upgrade is very subtle on this Car - apparently the retiring Director didn’t want to appear to be too flashy, so only minimal body changes were made - the front air dam with a smaller rear spoiler - giving the car a very ‘classy’ XJS look - hiding the ‘beast that lurks beneath’, the Exhaust System, 18” Extra Wide Wheels and Brembo Brakes.

An extremely rare opportunity to own a unique piece of British Motoring History!

Viewing by Appointment only please!

Price: On Application

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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 5.0L

   

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 5.0L

Wow! What a beauty... just landed and additional information coming!

The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda, a former GM employee. The car featured a reflective "c-stripe". The fake air scoops in the rear quarter panel fenders of the regular production 1969 Mustangs were eliminated on the Boss 302 models. A black horizontal rear window shade and a blackout hood were both options. It was one of the first production models with a front spoiler and rear deck wing. The name "Boss" came about when Shinoda was asked what project he was working on, he answered "the boss's car" because the project was a secret. Also Shinoda had called it the "Boss" as an homage to the new President of Ford Semon "Bunkie" Knudson who had brought Shinoda over from GM's Chevrolet Division after Knudson had left.

Price: £75,000

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1964 Ford Mustang Convertible 4.2L V8 Auto

   

We are delighted to be able to offer this beautiful Mustang Convertible!

Mention the name Ford Mustang anywhere in the world, and it will conjure up images of Bald Eagles, Stars and Stripes and Cheeseburgers. This is quite possibly the most American car ever produced. For many it’s the appeal of running a Mustang outside of the USA, proving a taste of American culture...

This beautiful Convertible comes in the original factory colourway of 'Prairie Bronze Metallic' with Black Pony Trim and Black Carpets. Built in 1964 - this is as 'American' as you will get!

The Car has had a 'no expense spared' ground upwards Restoration, making it probably the best Mustang Convertible for Sale in the UK.

A Viewing appointment is highly recommneded!

Price: £43,500

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1998 Rolls Royce Silver Seraph

   

1998 Rolls Royce Silver Seraph

Just arrived... a beautiful example in a stunning Rose Quartz Black, which has a lovely Burgundy tint in the Black paintwork.

Very low mileage at circa' 33,000 genuine miles and in beautiful condition - inside and out!

The Silver Seraph is a full-size luxury automobile produced by Rolls-Royce Motors from 1998 to 2002. First unveiled on 3 March 1998 at the Geneva Motor Show, it replaced the Silver Spur, which ended production in 1997. Silver Seraph production was discontinued when the license to use the Rolls-Royce marque was sold to BMW, which began manufacture of an unrelated line of vehicles under a new corporation, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

Development of the Silver Seraph began in the late 1980s, with design work commencing in October 1990. By April 1991, the conceptual design was frozen and approved by the management in June 1991. After several refinements were made, the definitive design was reached in 1994. On 28 July 1995 design patents were filed for both the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph and Bentley Arnage utilising production design prototypes as representations. Development concluded after nearly a decade in late 1997 and only 1570 Silver Seraphs were ever built!

Definitely worth a viewing! By appointment only please.

Price: £49,995

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1985 Lamborghini Jalpa 3.5l V8 

   

1985 Lamborghini Jalpa 3.5l V8

Reg: 33060 (GBG)

We are delighted to offer this rare Lamborghini Jalpa - one of only 35 RHD cars produced - and possibly the lowest mileage Car that exists.

Purchased in 1988 by the last owner from Guy Salmon, Thames Ditton with only 16178 Kms recorded, it has now covered only 44858 Kms (27786 miles) from new, the mileage and service being confirmed by the service records and owners notes. The car is complete with driver’s wallet, containing the handbook and service book, copy previous V5. The previous owner moved to Guernsey in 1995, the car following in 1999, by 2007 the mileage had increased to 43553 Kms, with very little use over the next 10 years, resulting in the mileage today.

The Jalpa was a development of the earlier Silhouette intended to fill a role as a more "affordable" Lamborghini, being much less expensive than the flagship Countach and being also designed by Bertone. Compared to the Countach, the Jalpa was much easier to drive, having better visibility and being more tractable in heavy traffic and at slow speeds. The Jalpa was fitted with a 3.5 L (210 cu in) double overhead camshaft version of the V8 engine used in the Silhouette on which it was based. The version used in the Jalpa produced 255 hp (190 kW; 259 PS)

Lamborghini claimed the Jalpa could accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour (100 km/h) in 6.0 seconds, to 100 miles per hour (160 km/h) in 19.1 seconds and a 1/4 mile time of 15.4 at 92 miles per hour (148 km/h) with a top speed of 234 kilometres per hour (145 mph), Curb weight was 1,510 kilograms (3,329 lb).

Price: £125,000

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2017 Rolls Royce Dawn 6.6L 'Convertible' (563bhp)

   

2017 Rolls Royce Dawn 'Convertible'

We are delighted to offer our beautiful Rolls Royce Dawn for sale!

A real head turner and the nicest colour we have seen. A massive specification, with pretty much every option available. This Car has been used by our Hotel for VIP’s and has very low mileage - and has been maintained and cleaned daily.

The engine is a direct-injection twin-turbo 6.6-litre V12 with power of 563 bhp or 420 kW or 570 PS @ 5,250 rpm and torque of 820 NM or 605 lb ft @ 1,500 rpm. The car has a limited top speed of 250 kmh/155 mph and weighs 2560 kg or 5,644 lb It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.9 seconds. The combined fuel consumption of the Dawn shown by Rolls-Royce is 14.2 litre/100 km or 19.9 mpg. The black label version has 593-hp and 620-lbft.

VAT Qualifying Vehicle.

Certainly worth a viewing. This Vehicle is registered in Guernsey and is Vat Qualifying. Viewing strictly by appointment.

Price: £215,000 + vat

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2007 Bentley Arnage 'Mulliner Red Label' 6.8l Auto

   

2007 Bentley Arnage 'Mulliner Red Label' 6.8l Auto

Registration Number: EU07EFM

An immaculate car finished in unmarked Black Royal Ebony paintwork giving the car an air of gravitas. To the interior is Black hide throughout the seating & door cards with a secondary hide in dark grey for the headlining. This car has been under long term ownership with the last owner who has serviced the car as required by the book & looked after it beautifully.

The car has covered a scant 32,000 miles from new & was last serviced at 25,273 miles so is absolutely up to date. A Bentley car cover comes with the vehicle.

On the road the car drives like new as one might expect. The taut supple suspension is combined with ample reserves of silent power from the large V8 engine. Under the bonnet the car is immaculate having been Garage kept. The Paint is in really superb order having been polished regularly & kept under a Bentley supplied cover when not in use. This is a magnificent car needing nothing & absolutely ready for its next owner.

A viewing is highly recommended! By appointment only.

Price: £58,995

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1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II 'Ascot Tourer' by Brewsters

   

1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II 'Ascot Tourer' by Brewsters

We are delighted to offer this 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II 'Ascot Tourer'. Ordered from new in 1930 and originally delivered to Major Stewart Dawson at the Hotel Splendid, Piccadilly London with Thrupp and Maberly open Tourer coachwork.

1929 saw the introduction of the Rolls-Royce Phantom II. There were a host of improvements over the Phantom I, the most important of which concerned the chassis layout. The separate gearbox torque-tube drive and cantilever rear springing gave way to the PII's integral engine-gearbox unit, Hotchkiss drive, hypoid-bevel rear axle and semi-elliptic rear springs. The chassis was constructed with channel steel side-members and tubular cross-members. Fit and finish were, as to be expected, to the highest standards. Engine dimensions remained the same as the Phantom I, the overhead valve arrangement was retained although a new cylinder head designed, with intake and exhaust manifolds on opposite sides, yielding greater performance.

Recipient of a major restoration; this 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II has had major works undertaken to trim, body and mechanics.The body is an Ascot Style Tourer constructed from aluminum in the 1980s and finished to a beautiful standard. The paintwork - finished in two-tone Royal Garnet and Bordeaux paintwork - is recent and is in fantastic order throughout being finished in two shades of red.

To the interior is brand new burgundy Leather complimented by maroon carpets. The leather work has been completed to a very high standard and is a credit to the trimmer. A highly polished Burr Walnut dash board is fitted which retains the cars original compliment of instruments. The body is spacious in the extreme with ample room up front for those of less than svelte built.

The hood is also new and is of pale beige giving the car a very Gatsbyesque appearance. It is a car that garners attention wherever it goes and makes quite a statement. A wind out second windscreen screen emerges from the center cowl affording protection to the rear passengers. A useful storage trunk is fitted to the rear.

The engine has been fully rebuilt and has recently been to Marque Specialists the Priory Vintage Car Company for a full tune up, thus the 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II is in perfect running order. It is powerful, quiet and as a Rolls Royce Phantom ought to be. It starts readily, exhibits good oil pressure & runs cool.

A viewing is highly recommended. By Appointment only please.

Price: £195,000

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2010 Bentley Continental GTC Mulliner 'Speed'

 

Just Arrived into Stock! The finest Bentley Continental GTC, we've ever seen! Literally in 'as new' condition!

A beautiful car with only 29,000 miles - two very careful owners, one of whom was in the Armed Forces and only put 3000 miles on the Car from new in 2 years. Every conceivable extra is fitted the the Car - with Full Mulliner Specification.

Viewing by appointment only... but be quick this will not last very long!

Price: £62,500

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1962 Citroen DS19 Convertible 'Chapron'

   

1962 Citroen DS19 Convertible

Registration: OSDS15

Just arrived, we are extremely pleased to be able to offer this 'classic' and extremely rare Citroen DS19 Convertible 'Chapron.

As it had done back in 1934, with its revolutionary 'Traction Avant', Citroen stunned the world again in 1955 with its launch of the spectacular 'DS'. The newcomers amazing look had been determined by the requirements of aerodynamic efficiency, while beneath the shark-like - low drag bodyshell, there was an all-independent, self elavating, hydro-pneumatic suspension plus power operated brakes, clutch and steering. No European Car could match the DS's ride quality for several years to come. A true design classic!

Delivered new in France, this superb specimen of one of the very rare Citroens produced by 'Henri Chapron' Coachworks was fully restored and overhauled by its owner in 2005. This was done carefully and methodically over a number of years. The Car was completely dismantled and repaired where neccessary - all mechanics were rebuilt by a well known Citroen Garage, who also handled the full repaint and re-trimming.

During the mechanical restoration, the hydraulic system was converted from red oil to green oil, at the same time it was noticed that in its early life the Vehicle was supplied with a factory supplied replacement engine (Serial E-006640), this is still in the Vehicle and was completely rebuilt also.

This Vehicle really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.

Price: £175,000

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1971 Ford Cortina MK2 Lotus 'Crayford' Cabriolet

  

1971 Ford Cortina MK2 Lotus 'Crayford' Cabriolet

A fantastic and unique piece of British Motoring History.

A very rare MK2 Ford Cortina Lotus 'Twincam' Cabriolet! In absolutely perfect condition!

We hold a Report of Authenticity from the 'Lotus Club' for this unique Vehicle. This Vehicle is in 'Concours' Condition.

This Car has undergone a 'full' nuts and bolts restoration by the renowned 'Lotus Outlaws' Restoration Company from Wolverhampton. The Car has been restored to an exceptional quality and absolutely no expense has been spared!

The Car is fitted with an exclusive '1 of 1' Rolls Royce Interior - which is absolutely beautiful! Previous Owner worked at Rolls Royce and by the look of the interior, was very highly skilled.

Unlike the Crayford Convertible, which had a production run of a few hundred, there were only '3'' MK2 Crayford Cabriolet's - ever built with the Lotus Twincam Engines and our research - in discussions with the previous owners, Lotus Outlaws and the Lotus Cortina Register has led us to believe that there are 2 Cars remaining - this being one of them, so this is TRULY a very rare Car.

Price: SOLD

 

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 1954 Chevrolet Corvette C1

   

1954 Chevrolet Corvette C1

Registration: 178UYN

Recognised as the very first American Sports Car produced with the European Market in mind. Intentions being to compete against the likes of the Jaguar XK120 and the Aston Martin DB4.

This Corvette is extremely rare and is one of only a few factory straight six Corvettes in the UK.

Price: £68,000

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1962 Ford Consul Capri

   

1962 Ford Consul Capri

Registration number: DWC280

Chassis number: Z38BO61249 This very rare Ford Consul Capri has covered only 150 miles since it was restored. The restoration included full respray, engine, brakes and gearbox overhaul. A new leather interior has been fitted. A vast amount of money has been spend on the car to bring it up to the condition we find in today. This Ford Consul Capri's exterior is finished in black with the paint being in superb condition. There is full photographic evidence of the restoration process. The original cassette player is present with a selection of tapes. The car will come with a fresh Mot. These cars are becoming very hard to find.

Price: SOLD

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1970 Mercedes 280 SL Pagoda

  

1970 Mercedes 280 SL Pagoda

Registration: 712PT13

Iconic Collection are proud to offer a 2.8L 1970 Mercedes 280SL manual that has been with the current owner for the last 27 years. Supplied with an impressive history file.

Oozing 1960's sophistication and elegance, LHD, manual 'Pagoda'... Smart Tunis Beige Metallic paintwork, Dark Brown Hardtop and brown leather interior. With the same family from new and with current custodian for over 27 years.

Supplied new in Paris and freshly imported to the UK. Supplied with manuals, service book and history file. Recent major service with invoice totalling €6,676

Price: £100,000

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1958 Jaguar XK150S Roadster

   

1958 Jaguar XK150S Roadster

Registration: 655UYG

We are delighted to offer this beautiful example - which we believe to be the finest XK150S for sale today.

The ultimate expression of Jaguar’s fabulous ‘XK’ series of sports cars arrived in 1957. The XK150 was a progressive development of the XK120 and XK140, retaining the same basic chassis, 3.4-liter engine and four-speed Moss transmission of its predecessors. It benefited from a new, wider body that provided increased interior space and improved visibility, courtesy of a single-piece wrap-around windscreen that replaced the XK140’s divided screen.

Cleverly, the new body used many XK120/140 pressings, the increased width being achieved by means of a 4”-wide central fillet. A higher front wing line and broader radiator grille were other obvious differences, but the new model’s main talking point was its Dunlop disc brakes. Fade following repeated stops from high speed had been noted on the earlier, drum-braked cars, but now the XK had stopping power to match its prodigious straight-line speed.

The XK150 was available at first only in fixed and drophead coupé forms; the open roadster version didn’t appear until the following year. At 190bhp, the engine’s maximum power output was identical to that of the XK140, so performance was little changed. ‘Special Equipment’ and ‘S’ versions came with 210 and 250bhp respectively, the latter delivering an astonishing 0-60mph time of 7.3 seconds and a top speed of 136mph.

This was achieved by the introduction of the Weslake-developed ‘straight-port’ cylinder head, high-compression pistons, triple 2” SU carburetors and twin electric fuel pumps. The car regularly recorded in excess of 130mph in magazine road tests. ‘The Jaguar XK150 is undeniably one of the world’s fastest and safest cars. It is quiet and exceptionally refined mechanically, docile and comfortable… we do not know of any more outstanding example of value for money,’ declared The Autocar.

Our fantastic 3.4 XK150 S Roadster has been fully restored and fitted with Electric Ignition and Power Steering. The paintwork is fantastic condition. The Engine and Chassis are in excellent condition.

This iconic British sports car still turns heads is as exciting to drive today as it was in the 1950’s.

Price: £250,000

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1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Fastback LHD

   

1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Fastback LHD

Registration: OPD81E

Extremely rare and collectible 1967 Shelby GT500 (7.0 Litre, 385BHP).

This Shelby looks stunning in its original Acapulco Blue Paint with Black Interior. In 1967 this was the ultimate performance machine. A TRUE American Classic. One of only a few Cars in the UK.

SOLD

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1968 Ford Cortina GT Crayford Cabriolet

   

1968 Ford Cortina GT Crayford Cabriolet

Registration: KGN445D

Wow! A superb, fully reatored Cortina MK1 with Crayford Convertible Roof.

One of only 17 remaining in the WORLD today!

The all new Cortina MK1 replaced the 315 Classic in October 1962 and was originally only available as a 2 door Saloon, perfect for a Crayford conversion with its long transatlantic lines with thin rear pillars perfect for a 'roof chop'.

Crayford Engineering were yet to be formed, when to Cortina Mk1 was originally launched and all Crayfords efforts went into the early Mini, so it was not until early January 1964, that Crayford announced that 'Autocar' announced the New 'Crayford Cortina MK1'.to the public!

The Car was launched at the Olympia 'Racing Car' Motor Show in late January 1964. A big scoop for Crayford was the Order of 30 Cars from Bermuda - these werte destined for use as Taxi's and Hire Cars - some were fitted with taxi meters. In the UK 'Philips Motors', operating as 'The Convertible Car Centre' in Chalk Farm, Regents Park, London - were appointed as the Sole UK Distributor to sell the 'Crayford Cortina MK1', these were built on the Deluxe, Super GT and Base Fleet Models. The Super GT, - which this Car is - was £1024 - over 50 years ago!

There is knowledge of just 17 Cars left in the World, from just 50 that were built! All have been seen and authenticated, none of the Bermudan Cars survived, probably due to the Sea and Salty atmosphere and the fact that they were hard-working Taxi's!

This truly is a VERY rare Vehicle and a very rare opportuntity to own a piece of Motoring History!

The Vehicle comes with a large Folder of Vehicle History, Registration Documents and Receipts.

Price: SOLD

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1969 Dodge Hemi 426 'Super Bee' V8

   

1969 Dodge Hemi 426 'Super Bee' V8

Registration: CHJ350G

A true 'American Classic! 426ci Hemi 'Super Bee'. A fantastic example of this famous model..

The name 'Super Bee' comes from the Bumblebee Stripes on the tail of the Car. Undoubtedly one of the most recognisable and famous of American Muscle Cars. Thought to be the only example of this model in the UK.

The original Dodge Super Bee was based on the Dodge Coronet two-door coupe, and was produced from 1968 until 1970. It was Dodge's low-priced powerful muscle car and a rebadged version of the Plymouth Road Runner. The origin of the name, "Super Bee", has its basis in the "B" Body designation pertinent to Chrysler's mid-sized cars, including the Road Runner and Charger.

Plymouth's Road Runner sales were enough to have Dodge Division General Manager, Robert McCurry, request a similar model from the Dodge Styling office. Senior designer, Harvey J. Winn, won a "contest" with the name "Super Bee" and a new logo design based on the Dodge "Scat Pack" Bee medallion.The design of the first Super Bee was influenced by the 1968 Coronet convertible and the show car's interior was built by the Alexander Brothers. The show car was introduced at the 1968 Detroit Auto Show.

This Car is in fantastic condition, viewing is strongly recommended! By appointment only!

Price: £109,995

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1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

   

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

A painstakingly restored American Classic... the Ford Shelby Mustang GT350

In its original Calypso Red Paint with Black Interior. This Shelby is a very, very rare Manual GT350 - we understand the only one in the UK!

In 1969 this was one of the fastest and most expensive American Muscle Cars on the Streets.

We strongly recommend a viewing! By Appointment only.

Price: £75,000

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2015 Audi R8 Spyder Quattro V8

   

2015 Audi R8 Spyder Quattro V8

Lovely car, in perfect condition - virtually 'as new'!

** UPDATE: 30/1/2018 ** Just had the Car wrapped in a beautiful 'White Shimmer' which looks fantastic!

The V8 puts out 424bhp at a heady 7900rpm and can hit 62mph in 4.8sec and a top speed of 186mph! Number Plate not included in Sale.
Must be viewed to be fully appreciated!

Price: £79,995

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1995 Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign 3.6 Auto

   

We are delighted to offer this beautiful example... in absolutely amazing condition for a 30 year Car. One Careful Owner from New.

The Jaguar XJ (X300) series was manufactured between 1994 and 1997. It was the first XJ produced entirely under Ford ownership and can be considered an evolution of the outgoing XJ40 generation. Like all previous XJ generations, it features the Jaguar independent rear suspension arrangement. The design of the X300 placed emphasis on improved build quality, improved reliability and a return to traditional Jaguar styling elements. At the car's launch in October 1994 at the Paris Motor Show, Jaguar marketing material made use of the phrase "New Series XJ" to describe the X300 models. The X300 series represented the result of a £200 million facilities renewal program by Ford. The program introduced state-of-the-art automated body welding robots manufactured by Nissan and was intended to show the future direction of the British auto industry. To honor Jaguar's achievements, Queen Elizabeth II visited the Browns Lane factory in December 1994 and ordered a British Racing Green X305 Daimler Double Six for her personal use. This was the Queen's second visit to Jaguar's Coventry factory since 1956.

This Car drives beautifully and has a great specification. Supploeid with a Full Pack of Invoices, MOT's and related documents,

Well worth a viewing! By appointment only.

Price: £8995.00

 

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1976 Jaguar XJ-C 4.2 Coupe

   

1976 Jaguar XJ-C 4.2 Coupe

Reg: PAO625R

A beautifully restored Jaguar XJ-C 4.2 ‘Straight 6’ Coupe. Very rare and in excvellent condition.

This car was produced in small numbers, all XJ Coupes were made with a pillarless hardtop body between 1975 and 1978, also all were built with Vinyl roofs. The Coupe was based on the short-wheelbase version of the XJ. This example has the original Vinyl Roof.

The XJ was Jaguar's flagship model and the original Saloon was the last Jaguar to have had imput from Sir William Lyons, the companys founder. The short production run between 1975-1978 meant that this was a rare and collectible Car!

An early viewing is recommended as this won't hang around too long! By appointment.

Price: £21,995

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Triumph Thunderbird 6T with Sidecar

   

Beautifully restored Classic Triumph Thunderbird 6T with Watsonian Monza Sidecar. Comes with a large folder of bills and receipts, paperwork and certificates.

A very collectible British Classic. Needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. Viewing by appointment.

Price: SOLD

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1991 Mini Cooper 'Supercharged' MK VI Classic

   

1991 Mini Cooper 'Supercharged' MK VI Classic

A real British Classic... details of recent works undertaken to bring Car up to this standard...

Red with white roof - Paintwork is good - Flared arch body kit, engine scoop and un-marked chrome bumpers - Chrome headlamp stone covers and wind deflectors. - Clear rear light clusters - New John Cooper vinyls but not fitted - Bodywork is generally good. A significant amount of money has been laid out getting the bodywork, specifically the sills cleared up - Oversize black rims with brushed chrome outer, fitted with new Bridgestone 175/50/R13’s.

Engine. 1275cc fitted with supercharger. Engine has been tuned by Mellor Elliot Motorsport. Summary of works includes, Top of block strip and re-build with new gaskets. Supercharger overhaul, replacing parts as necessary. New starter motor. New clutch and accelerator cables. Engine re-tune. Fluids and filters change. New plugs and leads. Full break overhaul. Replacement of bushes and bearings as necessary. Mileage stated is from Engine overhaul.

Stainless exhaust system with twin pipes - Short shift gearbox with racing clutch - Waterproof Sunroof - Internal detailing. New style mini seats, harnesses, brushed chrome door handles, winders, etc. Panels un-marked and all other areas carpeted. Additional water temp and oil pressure dial. All dials operational other than oil pressure. Large speaker system in rear. No idea why this has been fitted! Fully operational and we are told - very expensive! Air horn. CB radio with mic/speaker and a New battery.

Needs to be seen to be fully appreciated! Viewing by appointment.

Price: SOLD

 

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