1944 Kubelwagen

The Kubelwagen or ‘Tub car” was a military vehicle designed by Dr.Ferdinand Porsche for use by the German military,  Kübelwagen is an abbreviation of Kübelsitzwagen, meaning “bucket-seat car” it was a design based heavily on the ‘KDF’ or Beetle and used by the three forces of the ‘Heer’ The Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe and the Shutz Staffel. This vehicle […]

Bentley Azure 2007 Sold

One of less than 250 Bentley Azure final series cars imported into the USA, this car must surely be one of the rarest.  Likely the only car finished in Masons black with a black convertible top and black leather interior, Bentley crests to seats, dash and waist rails and finished off with chrome grille, mirrors […]

1968 Porsche 911

This is a superb example of Porsche’s one year only 1968 911 coupe, the 68 was the last year of the short wheelbase, first year of the magnesium engine case and also first year of the black instrument dials. The car on offer is a two owner California car, the second owner bought the 911 in 1970 […]

1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster

  Final iteration of Jaguars iconic XKE, this 5.3 liter V12 Automatic is an original California car, its been with its last owner for approximately 25 years, we pulled it out of his garage last year and spent some time awakening it from its 10 year slumber, we rebuilt the brake calipers, replaced the brake hoses, […]

1986 Ferrari Testarossa Sold

The ultimate investment Testarossa, could there be any better?…a highly sought after ‘flying mirror’ model finished in Blu Serra, one of apparently only 41 cars made in this color, the interior is finished in ‘Crema’ Conolly hide On 2nd October 1984 at ‘The Lido’ in Paris, Ferrari unveiled its latest twelve-cylinder flagship- to applause from both customers and the […]

1992 Porsche 964 “America” Roadster

Picture courtesy of Petrolicious Porsche America Roadster 3,366 miles from new In 1952 the fledgling Porsche company already had its eyes set on what would become its biggest marked, that of North America and sticking to Dr. Porsches ethos of an efficient and fast two seater they produced a no nonsense sportier dubbed the ‘America […]

1978 Ferrari 308GTB

A fantastic opportunity to build either a track/racing 308 GTB or simply to build your dream 308 GTB concours car.  This Ferrari was sold new December of 1978, it is a California car that has been stripped and off the road for many, many years. The body shell is simply superb, the panel gaps are […]

1995 Ferrari 355 Spyder 6-Speed

  1995 Ferrari F355 Spyder in Swatters Blue with Tan leather interior, with 6 speed manual transmission. The first series of the 355 used the OBD1 system and was noticeably faster than the later cars. We are sure that 355’s are set to rise following the Testarossas and the 308-328 series of cars. Having recently benefitted from […]

1969 McLaren M10A

An early production McLaren “High Wing” model the M10A was produced for the F5000 racing series and featured a cigar tube shaped monocoque based on McLaren’s excellent M7A Formula 1 car, whilst designed by the McLaren team based at Colnbrook, Middlesex, the customer cars for sale to privateers were constructed by the Trojan factory in Croydon, south London. This M10A […]

1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet

This 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SE Cabriolet, finished in its correct color of Sand Beige, a California car that has benefitted from a recent full leather interior, new bushings, shock absorbers and a brake servo, its a very nice car for the coming summer days, the soft top is superb and it drives better than it […]

2006 Maserati Gran Sport

Truly a future classic – this quintessential design by Italian styling house Giugiaro is a timeless classic, this undiscovered gem is certain to become a staple of any collection. Produced for only two years, the Gran Sport is the pinnacle of the Cambio Corsa model line. The equivalent of the Scuderia to the F430, the […]

1970 Porsche 911E Coupe Mitchell Brothers

The below taken from the article by the Petrolicious team The Ideal Early 911 Dubbed “The Secret Weapon from Zuffenhausen,” the 1970 Porsche 911E was the quickest model in their product offering at the time. Ironically, the E was introduced as the successor for the 911L as a “luxury” model with a new 2.2 liter […]

1978 Ferrari 308 GTS

1978 Ferrari 308 GTS. At just 17,156 miles and finished in Argento Nurburgring with Black leather and Blue carpets, this 308 is one of the very early production GTS models. Truly our tip as the next thing to rise dramatically in price, its the last of the Enzo era Ferraris that are still reasonably priced, […]

1971 Alfa Romeo Spyder

Benefitting from a complete rotisserie restoration in 1998 this 1971 “Cam Tail” Alfa Romeo Spyder is without doubt the best of its kind we’ve ever seen, a comprehensive mechanical rebuild with an updated limited slip differential, detailed suspension and faultless driving manners make this car a must buy. SOLD

1997 Porsche 993 Cabriolet Tiptronic

Porsche 993 Cabriolet 1997, 68k Miles From New, Tiptronic, Finished in Arctic Silver with Red Leather interior and Black Soft Top. Benefitting from Original Paint, Full Porsche Service History including recent Oil and Brake fluid change by Stead Porsche of Walnut Creek, California this is a Fine Example of Porsche’s Last Air-Cooled 911 $34995

1972 Maserati Ghibli 4.9 SS

Ghibli 4.9 SS Automatic Coupe, A Rare and Lovely 4.9 Liter Example of Maserati’s Classic Ghibi. Having Benefitted from a Recent Restoration with Fresh Paint in the Original Color, Detailed Engine Bay and Superb Interior, this is a Locally Delivered Car with Some 31K Recorded Miles, it Comes Complete with Books, Brochures, Jack and Tool […]

1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa

By 1987 Porsche had reached the pinnacle of improvements to its already wonderful 911 model, in the more than twenty years since its introduction in 1965, virtually everything about the car had changed, 1967 saw the introduction of the Targa,  the wheelbase lengthened in 1969,  by 1970 motor size had increased in steady increments from […]