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PostHeaderIcon Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-0

These days GTB Ferraris are better investments than gold and bonds and property. And that is why we reckon this awesome 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti will go for more than its estimate of €1,800,000 to €2,200,000 when RM Sotheby’s auctioneers drop the hammer on it at their February 8 event.

The soberly restored and maintained apple green 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti, one of only 250 examples ever built, boasts its original 3.3 liter SOHC triple Weber carb V12 engine with the original five-speed manual transaxle. It is Ferrari Classiche certified which means you can be sure fully independent coil-spring suspension with upper and lower wishbones, Koni tubular shock absorbers, and four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes and every other bit is in tiptop condition and as it was when the car first rolled off the production line.

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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-7
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-8
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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-10
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-11
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-12

 

But as always with these cars, it is the history that counts more than the features and even health of the item. Here’s the story of this Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti in brief as related by RM Sotheby’s:

Just one year after the initial debut of the 275 GTB, a second-series example was premiered with a slightly longer nose, a modification intended to help aid aerodynamic downforce at high speed. Despite the technical improvements, many enthusiasts prefer the first-series car’s proportions and purity of design, and early short-nose examples remain highly sought after by collectors, with only approximately 250 examples built.

Originally delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Rugico of Madrid, Spain, in 1965, chassis number 07341 was born as a short-nose 275 GTB, finished in the lovely and seldom-seen colour combination of Verde Pino (106-G-30) over a Beige (VM 3218) Connolly leather interior. By 1966, the car had been sold to a resident of Switzerland and was registered on Swiss license plates ‘GE 57243’, according to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It returned back to the factory on 6 May 1966, where it was serviced and its odometer was recorded as showing 10,755 kilometres from new.

While the majority of the car’s early history remains unknown, it was acquired by Joaquim Folch of Barcelona, Spain, in August of 1989. By this time, the 275 GTB had been refinished in red with a yellow stripe and was pictured in the book Collector’s Garage wearing this livery. The car remained in his ownership until at least 2006, when it was certified by Ferrari Classiche; shortly thereafter, the yellow stripe was removed and the car was repainted red throughout. After leaving Folch’s ownership, the car was sold to the United Kingdom, where it was returned to its original colour combination. The car is accompanied by a file that includes its certification binder from Ferrari Classiche, as well as a handful of service invoices from DK Engineering and Joe Macari. 

The post Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-0

These days GTB Ferraris are better investments than gold and bonds and property. And that is why we reckon this awesome 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti will go for more than its estimate of €1,800,000 to €2,200,000 when RM Sotheby’s auctioneers drop the hammer on it at their February 8 event.

The soberly restored and maintained apple green 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti, one of only 250 examples ever built, boasts its original 3.3 liter SOHC triple Weber carb V12 engine with the original five-speed manual transaxle. It is Ferrari Classiche certified which means you can be sure fully independent coil-spring suspension with upper and lower wishbones, Koni tubular shock absorbers, and four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes and every other bit is in tiptop condition and as it was when the car first rolled off the production line.

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-1
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-2
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-3
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-4
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-5
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-6
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-7
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-8
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-9
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-10
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-11
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-12

 

But as always with these cars, it is the history that counts more than the features and even health of the item. Here’s the story of this Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti in brief as related by RM Sotheby’s:

Just one year after the initial debut of the 275 GTB, a second-series example was premiered with a slightly longer nose, a modification intended to help aid aerodynamic downforce at high speed. Despite the technical improvements, many enthusiasts prefer the first-series car’s proportions and purity of design, and early short-nose examples remain highly sought after by collectors, with only approximately 250 examples built.

Originally delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Rugico of Madrid, Spain, in 1965, chassis number 07341 was born as a short-nose 275 GTB, finished in the lovely and seldom-seen colour combination of Verde Pino (106-G-30) over a Beige (VM 3218) Connolly leather interior. By 1966, the car had been sold to a resident of Switzerland and was registered on Swiss license plates ‘GE 57243’, according to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It returned back to the factory on 6 May 1966, where it was serviced and its odometer was recorded as showing 10,755 kilometres from new.

While the majority of the car’s early history remains unknown, it was acquired by Joaquim Folch of Barcelona, Spain, in August of 1989. By this time, the 275 GTB had been refinished in red with a yellow stripe and was pictured in the book Collector’s Garage wearing this livery. The car remained in his ownership until at least 2006, when it was certified by Ferrari Classiche; shortly thereafter, the yellow stripe was removed and the car was repainted red throughout. After leaving Folch’s ownership, the car was sold to the United Kingdom, where it was returned to its original colour combination. The car is accompanied by a file that includes its certification binder from Ferrari Classiche, as well as a handful of service invoices from DK Engineering and Joe Macari. 

The post Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-0

These days GTB Ferraris are better investments than gold and bonds and property. And that is why we reckon this awesome 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti will go for more than its estimate of €1,800,000 to €2,200,000 when RM Sotheby’s auctioneers drop the hammer on it at their February 8 event.

The soberly restored and maintained apple green 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti, one of only 250 examples ever built, boasts its original 3.3 liter SOHC triple Weber carb V12 engine with the original five-speed manual transaxle. It is Ferrari Classiche certified which means you can be sure fully independent coil-spring suspension with upper and lower wishbones, Koni tubular shock absorbers, and four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes and every other bit is in tiptop condition and as it was when the car first rolled off the production line.

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-1
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-2
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-3
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-4
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-5
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-6
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-7
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-8
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-9
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-10
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-11
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-12

 

But as always with these cars, it is the history that counts more than the features and even health of the item. Here’s the story of this Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti in brief as related by RM Sotheby’s:

Just one year after the initial debut of the 275 GTB, a second-series example was premiered with a slightly longer nose, a modification intended to help aid aerodynamic downforce at high speed. Despite the technical improvements, many enthusiasts prefer the first-series car’s proportions and purity of design, and early short-nose examples remain highly sought after by collectors, with only approximately 250 examples built.

Originally delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Rugico of Madrid, Spain, in 1965, chassis number 07341 was born as a short-nose 275 GTB, finished in the lovely and seldom-seen colour combination of Verde Pino (106-G-30) over a Beige (VM 3218) Connolly leather interior. By 1966, the car had been sold to a resident of Switzerland and was registered on Swiss license plates ‘GE 57243’, according to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It returned back to the factory on 6 May 1966, where it was serviced and its odometer was recorded as showing 10,755 kilometres from new.

While the majority of the car’s early history remains unknown, it was acquired by Joaquim Folch of Barcelona, Spain, in August of 1989. By this time, the 275 GTB had been refinished in red with a yellow stripe and was pictured in the book Collector’s Garage wearing this livery. The car remained in his ownership until at least 2006, when it was certified by Ferrari Classiche; shortly thereafter, the yellow stripe was removed and the car was repainted red throughout. After leaving Folch’s ownership, the car was sold to the United Kingdom, where it was returned to its original colour combination. The car is accompanied by a file that includes its certification binder from Ferrari Classiche, as well as a handful of service invoices from DK Engineering and Joe Macari. 

The post Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-0

These days GTB Ferraris are better investments than gold and bonds and property. And that is why we reckon this awesome 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti will go for more than its estimate of €1,800,000 to €2,200,000 when RM Sotheby’s auctioneers drop the hammer on it at their February 8 event.

The soberly restored and maintained apple green 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti, one of only 250 examples ever built, boasts its original 3.3 liter SOHC triple Weber carb V12 engine with the original five-speed manual transaxle. It is Ferrari Classiche certified which means you can be sure fully independent coil-spring suspension with upper and lower wishbones, Koni tubular shock absorbers, and four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes and every other bit is in tiptop condition and as it was when the car first rolled off the production line.

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-1
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-2
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-3
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-4
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-5
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-6
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-7
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-8
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-9
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-10
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-11
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-12

 

But as always with these cars, it is the history that counts more than the features and even health of the item. Here’s the story of this Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti in brief as related by RM Sotheby’s:

Just one year after the initial debut of the 275 GTB, a second-series example was premiered with a slightly longer nose, a modification intended to help aid aerodynamic downforce at high speed. Despite the technical improvements, many enthusiasts prefer the first-series car’s proportions and purity of design, and early short-nose examples remain highly sought after by collectors, with only approximately 250 examples built.

Originally delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Rugico of Madrid, Spain, in 1965, chassis number 07341 was born as a short-nose 275 GTB, finished in the lovely and seldom-seen colour combination of Verde Pino (106-G-30) over a Beige (VM 3218) Connolly leather interior. By 1966, the car had been sold to a resident of Switzerland and was registered on Swiss license plates ‘GE 57243’, according to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It returned back to the factory on 6 May 1966, where it was serviced and its odometer was recorded as showing 10,755 kilometres from new.

While the majority of the car’s early history remains unknown, it was acquired by Joaquim Folch of Barcelona, Spain, in August of 1989. By this time, the 275 GTB had been refinished in red with a yellow stripe and was pictured in the book Collector’s Garage wearing this livery. The car remained in his ownership until at least 2006, when it was certified by Ferrari Classiche; shortly thereafter, the yellow stripe was removed and the car was repainted red throughout. After leaving Folch’s ownership, the car was sold to the United Kingdom, where it was returned to its original colour combination. The car is accompanied by a file that includes its certification binder from Ferrari Classiche, as well as a handful of service invoices from DK Engineering and Joe Macari. 

The post Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Super Sweet 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti Headed for Auction

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-0

These days GTB Ferraris are better investments than gold and bonds and property. And that is why we reckon this awesome 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti will go for more than its estimate of €1,800,000 to €2,200,000 when RM Sotheby’s auctioneers drop the hammer on it at their February 8 event.

The soberly restored and maintained apple green 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti, one of only 250 examples ever built, boasts its original 3.3 liter SOHC triple Weber carb V12 engine with the original five-speed manual transaxle. It is Ferrari Classiche certified which means you can be sure fully independent coil-spring suspension with upper and lower wishbones, Koni tubular shock absorbers, and four-wheel Dunlop disc brakes and every other bit is in tiptop condition and as it was when the car first rolled off the production line.

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-1
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-2
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-3
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-4
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-5
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-6
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-7
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-8
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-9
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-10
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-11
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti-12

 

But as always with these cars, it is the history that counts more than the features and even health of the item. Here’s the story of this Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti in brief as related by RM Sotheby’s:

Just one year after the initial debut of the 275 GTB, a second-series example was premiered with a slightly longer nose, a modification intended to help aid aerodynamic downforce at high speed. Despite the technical improvements, many enthusiasts prefer the first-series car’s proportions and purity of design, and early short-nose examples remain highly sought after by collectors, with only approximately 250 examples built.

Originally delivered to the official Ferrari dealer Rugico of Madrid, Spain, in 1965, chassis number 07341 was born as a short-nose 275 GTB, finished in the lovely and seldom-seen colour combination of Verde Pino (106-G-30) over a Beige (VM 3218) Connolly leather interior. By 1966, the car had been sold to a resident of Switzerland and was registered on Swiss license plates ‘GE 57243’, according to Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. It returned back to the factory on 6 May 1966, where it was serviced and its odometer was recorded as showing 10,755 kilometres from new.

While the majority of the car’s early history remains unknown, it was acquired by Joaquim Folch of Barcelona, Spain, in August of 1989. By this time, the 275 GTB had been refinished in red with a yellow stripe and was pictured in the book Collector’s Garage wearing this livery. The car remained in his ownership until at least 2006, when it was certified by Ferrari Classiche; shortly thereafter, the yellow stripe was removed and the car was repainted red throughout. After leaving Folch’s ownership, the car was sold to the United Kingdom, where it was returned to its original colour combination. The car is accompanied by a file that includes its certification binder from Ferrari Classiche, as well as a handful of service invoices from DK Engineering and Joe Macari. 

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PostHeaderIcon Eye Candy: Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S

Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-0

Earlier we showed you a ’73 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 and called it the granddaddy of today’s 991 GT3 RS. So that means this gorgeous Porsche 993 Turbo S you see here is the grand father of today’s 991 Turbo (or should it be the 964?). At any rate, this is one handsome 911.

The 993 body style, in our opinion, is the most charismatic form Porsche 911 has ever had. It looks pretty modern, and yet has enough retro flavor to make it a timeless design. You get the round headlights, the large tail lights that cover the width of the apron, the muscular fenders and that all important Turbo rear wing. We also those 993 wheels which were used in one from or another on future models as well.

This particular Porsche 993 Turbo S you see here, looking resplendent in its deep purple paint job which seems to be recently applied, is the latest classic resident of Alain Class Motors showroom in Dubai. The car appears to have undergone a complete makeover, as besides the paint job it also features an upgraded interior with some nice carbon fiber on the dash and a generous amount of suede covering the floor.

We don’t know whether or not this Porsche 993 Turbo S features mechanical upgrades, but the standard 993 T S came with a 450 horsepower 3.6 liter flat-six turbo engine which enabled it to hit 100 km/h from standing still in 3.6 seconds. A good example of this kid of the Nineties goes for around $400K. A great example like this one definitely costs a lot more.

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Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-5
Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-6
Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-7
Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-8
Purple Porsche 993 Turbo S-9

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PostHeaderIcon Impeccable Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Headed to ECCF

Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-0

In a joint project, Tomini Classics of Dubai teamed up with detailing extraordinaire Select Nano to prepare a star car for this year’s Emirates Classic Car Festival (ECCF) which is due later this month. It’s a 1973 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 and it looks as if it’s just rolled off the production line.

This Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 is so special on so many different levels, we don’t know where to begin. You know the current 991 GT3 RS, the car everybody’s talking about and going to bed at night fantasizing about? Well, this is the granddaddy of that car, where it all started. The 2.7 RS is as iconic and as legendary as cars can get.

This 1973 example has undergone a full restoration and detailing, getting a fresh original paint work in Porsche green with yellow accents and rims. The car has been meticulously restored in Germany by Bale Motorsports to its original form with black and navy blue leather bucket seats and the 2.687 cc air-cooled flat-six engine and five-speed manual gearbox it came with. The motor has been rebuilt though, and it has only 1,300 km on the clock after restoration.

Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 is a true OG. The car was considered back in the day as the finest handling sports car, even though by today’s standards it’s a complete widow maker. But that’s part of its charm and the reason why it’s so desirable. It’s a true 911.

Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-1
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-2
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-3
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-4
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-5
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-6
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-7
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-8
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-9
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-10
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-11
Porsche Carrera RS ECCF-12

Photos by Select Nano

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PostHeaderIcon Gallery: Ferrari 275 GTB in Monaco

Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-0

It may not seem like it to an uninterested eye, but this Ferrari 275 GTB is one of the most valuable cars in the world. A 1967 example of this car was sold two years ago for over ten million dollars, and this one probably costs a little bit more, seeing as it was once owned by one of the Beach Boys.

Belonging when it was new and grey in 1967 to Dennis Wilson, the drummer of The Beach Boys, this Ferrari 275 GTB is now extremely yellow and resides in Monte Carlo where, to be frank, it seems more at home than in California or wherever it was Wilson used to drive it. The car looks like as if it was designed to be viewed against the scenery of the Southern France as the backdrop.

In terms of technical highlights, Ferrari 275 GTB was an engineering marvel in its time, boasting a front, longitudinal 3.28 liter V12 engine with single overhead camshaft per bank, two valves per cylinder, and no less than six 40 Weber DCN/3 carburetors. It develops 280 horsepower which translates into a top speed of 260 km/h. The Berlinetta body sits on a tubular steel chassis via independent suspension front and rear, and the whole thing weighs no more than 1,100 kilograms dry.

Photos by Dphotographymc

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Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-7
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-8
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-9
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-10
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-11
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-12
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-13
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-14
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-15
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-16
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-17
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-18
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-19
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-20
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-21
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-22
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-23
Ferrari 275 GTB-MC-24

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PostHeaderIcon Gallery: Up Close with Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing

1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-0

Every car fan in the world, regardless of their age and sex, fancies a Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing. It is one of only a handful of cars unanimously loved by everyone. And no body can resist a chance to ogle this car, especially a pristine example like the one we’ve got here.

This 1955 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing belongs to the super deluxe Saudi showroom Seven Car Lounge who has sent it to expert detailer Select Nano in the UAE for a full spa treatment. This Gullwing is fully restored not just back to original glory, but beyond that to a Concours level excellence by the classic division of Brabus. The tuner has upgraded the cabin with new red leather upholstery, a wooden steering wheel and fitted luggage, and it looks amazing.

As for the technical details… ah, who cares. It’s an old car and drives like a tractor. Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing should not be driven, just admired. So feel free to do that as you browse the gallery:

1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-1
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1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-4
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-5
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-6
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-7
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-8
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-9
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-10
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-11
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-12
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-13
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-14
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-15
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-16
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-17
1955-Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing-18

Photos by Select Nano UAE

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PostHeaderIcon 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV Up for Auction

1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV-0

The Diablo is considered by many classic car lovers to be the last of the true Lamborghinis, and by that they mean Lambos from the pre-Audi era, before the Germans injected the brand with a healthy dose of common sense. A wonderful example of these original bulls, a pristine 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV, is now up for grabs.

Offered by Silverstone Auctions during their sale at the Practical Classics Restoration and Classic Car Show, this Pearl Red/Orange Lamborghini Diablo SV (one-off color) has covered only 32,000 miles and is significant not just because of the color, the condition, or the SVR badge it is sporting, but also because it was the last Diablo SV off the production line before they shut down the factory for the Christmas break. So it’s the last Diablo of the 20th Century!

1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV-1
1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV-2
1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV-3

Estimated at between £150,000 and £170,000, the 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV also features grey/black leather/alcantara interior and still has its original Lamborghini tool roll, tyre inflator and a very luxurious, custom-made, fleece-lined indoor car cover in red with an embroidered Lamborghini logo. The car has undergone a chassis and suspension restoration in 2013 at a cost of over £10,000. So it’s ready to be driven. But you best put in a garage and wait a few years. It could easily triple or quadruple your investment. 

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PostHeaderIcon 1957 Ferrari 335 S Scaglietti Sells for Record $35.7 Million

Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti-0

This rather unattractive hunk of metal you see here is now one of the most expensive car ever sold, although it has ways to go before it reaches the $50+ million GTO models. The 1957 Ferrari 335 S Scaglietti was auctioned at Artcurial Motorcars Retromobile event for a cool $35,711,359.

At that kind of price, you would expect this car to have tons of pedigree, and of course, it doesn’t disappoint. Originally sold as a play thing to Pennsylvania architect Robert N. Dusek in 1960, the 1957 Ferrari 335 S Scaglietti has changed hands many times during its lifetime and also accomplished a lot.

Some of the most notable achievements of this 335 include a sixth place finish at Sebring 12 Hours, a second place finish at the Mille Miglia, a victory at Cuba Grand Prix in 1958, and a speed record at Le Mans 24 Hour averaging a lap speed of over 200 km/h.

This 1957 Ferrari 335 S Scaglietti proves that the collector cars market is hotter than ever as the bidding started on this car at $22.3 million. It is considered such a safe investment that somebody finally ended up paying 35 million for it, knowing that next year the car will be worth 45.

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Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti-6

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PostHeaderIcon 2004 Porsche Carrera GT Up for Grabs

2004 Porsche Carrera GT-1

Of all the supercars launched in this century, and that includes the new flock of hyper cars, the Porsche Carrera GT is still one of the coolest and most desirable. So it’s quite an occasion every time one of these things becomes available for sale.

This 2004 Porsche Carrera GT in Silver Metallic with a black leather interior is going under the hammer later this month at Silverstone Auctions’ classic car sale at Race Retro. It has 18,018 miles on the clock, has been regularly serviced, and spent the best part of its life in America.

Naturally the GT is fully loaded with items like air-conditioning, CD player with Bose HiFi, Porsche Online Pro Satellite Navigation, adjustable steering column, electric windows, buckets seats, and carbon ceramic brakes with yellow calipers. This example also comes with a luggage set including a leather suit carrier, a leather briefcase bag and a leather day bag and a RUF suspension lift system.

Even though it’s well over a decade old and has a not-so-sophisticated manual gearbox and race-bred V10 engine, the Porsche Carrera GT can still hold its own against most of today’s million-horsepower hyper cars. It also delivers a much more engaging and thrilling driving experience than most. This GT is estimated at between £400,000 and £450,000.

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PostHeaderIcon Spotlight: Lamborghini Miura at Brussels Auto Show

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Photographer Julien Morin has already brought to us pictures of some of the most iconic classic cars at the 2016 Brussels Auto Show, including this amazing Ferrari 275 GTB Coupe. The next car we’re featuring here is a 1972 Lamborghini Miura. And it’s so gorgeous, you’re going to hate every other car you see!

The Giallo beauty that is this Lamborghini Miura must be one of the best preserved examples of the car anywhere in the world. Miuras like this can fetch up to 2,500,000 Euros in auctions, and that’s what they cost today. Next year it’ll be 3.5 million, and the year after that it’ll be 5 million.

It is a bit of a bummer that prices have gone so insane, because Lamborghini Miura is a full-blooded supercar – many would argue the original supercar – that is meant to be driven. The car packs a 385 horsepower V12 engine which gives it a top speed of 290 km/h. Granted, the front-end tends to lift off at anything above 200 km/h, but that’s because of the unique shape of the car and therefore absolutely all right.

Then again, there aren’t that many Miuras are left and if locking them up in private garages is the only way to keep them around, so be it.

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Photos by Julien Morin

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PostHeaderIcon Blast from the Past: EVO Tests Lamborghini Countach

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Thanks to the UK’s prestigious auction houses, the boys at EVO Magazine are having a great time these days, getting to drive some of the world’s most iconic – not to mention expensive – classic car. So after sampling a Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing, they now get to have a go in 1981 Lamborghini Countach.

This is the same Lamborghini Countach we reported on earlier, going under the hammer at a Silverstone Auctions event with an estimate of between £200,000 and £250,000. The yellow color makes this particular example look more modern than an 80s car, which some may like while others would count it as a negative.

Lamborghini Countach is often credited as the world’s first proper supercar, the original pin-up machine, the one that started it all. And it sort of is, if we don’t take into account the fact that it Lamborghini’s other amazing creation, the Miura, that invented the whole boutique super car niche. The Countach is still a pretty impressive thing to have though, and a safe investment, too. 

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PostHeaderIcon Spotlight: Ferrari 275 GTB Coupe

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One of the biggest attraction of this year’s Brussels Motor Show was the classic car section hosted in a retro location and including some pretty wonderful gems. Among those gems one car captured our attention, and that was the magnificent 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB Coupe.

Finished in a lovely cream and preserved in pristine condition, this Ferrari 275 GTB Coupe is one of those cars they would send to space… if someday they wanted to host an intergalactic exhibition of human achievements for the alien races to see. It would be displayed next to the works of Rembrandt and da Vinci. It is that good.

But if you fancy owning it here on earth, it is possible, but you have to set aside 2,400,000 Euros which is what a Ferrari 275 GTB Coupe costs today. Next year, it will probably be five million. But if you do get it, besides the gorgeous looks you also receive a 3.3 liter Ferrari V12 engine with 300 horsepower and a heavenly soundtrack. Not that you would drive this car very often. It’d be like using a tracing paper on the Mona Lisa.

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Photos by Julien Morin Photographie

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PostHeaderIcon Auction Find: 1981 Lamborghini Countach 400S

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Lamborghini Countach is without a doubt one of the most desirable, and highly collectible, classic cars in the world. Amazingly though, the prices have not yet gone insane with this car and you can still pick one of these, like this one here, at auctions for a reasonable sum of money.

Granted, the estimate on this 1981 Lamborghini Countach 400S is between £200,000 and £250,000, and it’ll probably end up selling for more than that. But still, compared to similarly significant cars, especially contemporary Ferraris, it doesn’t sound that bad.

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Now, there are a few niggles, let’s say, about this Countach that might put off the hard-core collectors looking for perfection. It is one of only seven right-hand drive examples ever produced, and it has covered 61,155 km (38,221 miles). The Pearl Yellow exterior with Oatmeal Leather with a Black Suede dash top also may not be to everyone’s taste. And it’s said to be in just ‘good’ condition, not great. But hey, at the end of the day, it’s still a Countach!

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Commenting on the car ahead of the sale, Nick Whale, managing director of Silverstone Auctions, said: “The Lamborghini Countach is truly an iconic supercar and a car that every collector should take the opportunity to own at some point. This particular example is a fabulous piece of 1970’s road art and is worthy of consideration, especially as a low-mileage 1981 LP400S-Series III has recently changed hands in the International market for a substantial sum, and other LP400S’ appear to be changing hands for figures well in excess of our guide price here.”

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PostHeaderIcon Auction Find: 1981 Lamborghini Countach 400S

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Lamborghini Countach is without a doubt one of the most desirable, and highly collectible, classic cars in the world. Amazingly though, the prices have not yet gone insane with this car and you can still pick one of these, like this one here, at auctions for a reasonable sum of money.

Granted, the estimate on this 1981 Lamborghini Countach 400S is between £200,000 and £250,000, and it’ll probably end up selling for more than that. But still, compared to similarly significant cars, especially contemporary Ferraris, it doesn’t sound that bad.

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Now, there are a few niggles, let’s say, about this Countach that might put off the hard-core collectors looking for perfection. It is one of only seven right-hand drive examples ever produced, and it has covered 61,155 km (38,221 miles). The Pearl Yellow exterior with Oatmeal Leather with a Black Suede dash top also may not be to everyone’s taste. And it’s said to be in just ‘good’ condition, not great. But hey, at the end of the day, it’s still a Countach!

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Commenting on the car ahead of the sale, Nick Whale, managing director of Silverstone Auctions, said: “The Lamborghini Countach is truly an iconic supercar and a car that every collector should take the opportunity to own at some point. This particular example is a fabulous piece of 1970’s road art and is worthy of consideration, especially as a low-mileage 1981 LP400S-Series III has recently changed hands in the International market for a substantial sum, and other LP400S’ appear to be changing hands for figures well in excess of our guide price here.”

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PostHeaderIcon Vintage Military Dodge WC56 Spotted in France

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Talk about cool World War II memorabilia! An awesome guy in Rennes, France, is driving around a Dodge WC56, one of the military trucks American GIs left behind after the liberation of France from Nazi Germany.

Say what you want, but driving around town in this is, to us, way cooler than any hyper car you can name. Dodge WC56 is a museum piece, especially one with original numbers and logos of its unit.

According to Wikipedia, the WC series military trucks included weapon carriers, telephone installation trucks, ambulances, reconnaissance vehicles, mobile workshops and command cars. This one is a 56 model which was used exclusively for reconnaissance missions. These Dodges don’t have the charisma or the enduring legacy of the Willys Jeep, but I think it’s about time we recognized this vehicle for the hero that it is.

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Photos by Julien Morin Photographie

And here’s some specs and figures for you, as seen on the vehicle itself:

  • Length: 13 ft 10 in / 4,22 m
  • Height: 6 ft 9 in / 2,07 m
  • Weight: 5,335 lb / 2 420 kg
  • Width: 6 ft 7 in / 2,00 m
  • Payload: 1,750 lb / 800 kg

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PostHeaderIcon 31 Hemi Mopars Hit the Auction Block

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In one of the world’s largest and most awesome classic car actions, Mecum Auctions is offering no less than 31 Hemi-powered Mopars for sale. The lineup includes some pretty rare 70s gems such as Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible, Hemi Cuda Convertible, and Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible.

So Mecum Kissimmee 2016 auction, to be held January 15-24 at Osceola Heritage Park, is the place to be if you are a car collector, in search of a super cool vintage car, or the star of an old detective show who wants to relive the memories of his young days. Just make sure your bank about is plumb, ‘cause these bad boys won’t be cheap. Also, there’s a bidder registration fee of $100 when completed in advance online, or $200 on-site at the auction.

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The E-body Plymouth models are among the main Mopar stars of this event, especially the Lemon Twist 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible with the A833 4-speed. There is also a Sno-White 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible with a 426 engine and a N96 Shaker scoop. If you are a Dodge fan you will be delighted to find at Mecum Kissimmee 2016 the likes of a 1969 Dodge Hemi Coronet R/T Convertible, a 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda and a 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona. But perhaps the coolest of them is a Sublime Green 1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible.

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PostHeaderIcon Gallery: Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster

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The latest addition to TopCar’s superb collection of iconic classics is a beautiful 1996 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster. The car is basically a one-off on account of it being a special commission boasting a unique grey paint job and a white interior with carbon fiber trim.

The Diablo is considered to the last of properly brutal Lamborghinis as it belongs to the pre-Audi era. That said, Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster is a bit softer and tamer than the normal Diablos, as it features an all-wheel-drive system – hence the VT designation which stands for viscous traction. The system delivers up to 25 percent of the 530-hp V12 engine’s torque to the front wheels, giving the car better traction and the ability to hit 100 km/h front standing still in just 3.9 seconds.

But these days you don’y buy a car like this Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster to drive around in it. It’s a treasure. It’s an eye candy. And above all, it’s an investment. If we owned this car, we’d make a special place for it in the living room and just use as an ornament, something we can look at and enjoy all day long. Of course, being an Italian super car from the 90s, the VT would probably make a mess of the carpets spilling oil all over them!

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