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Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 365 GT 2 + 2 (1969)

Ferrari 365 GT 2 + 2 (1969) / £245,000 / Coming Soon

1969 / G Ferrari 365 GT 2 + 2 - 94,275 Miles The most popular of the 365 models was the 365 GT 2+2, It replaced the 330 GT 2 + 2 which had a live rear axle on leaf springs, the 365 GT 2 + 2 had independent rear suspension rather than the live axle. The 365 GT 2+2 was a luxurious car with leather seats, power steering and brakes, electric windows, and optional air conditioning. It quickly became the company's top-selling model with 800 produced between 1968 and 1971. 52 vehicles were right hand drive.
Our Latest Vehicles - Lotus Elan Sprint (1971)

Lotus Elan Sprint (1971) / £47,500 / Coming Soon

1971 / J Lotus Elan Sprint - 78.434 Miles. The Elan Sprint was the last version of the ever successful Elan, sold between 1971 and 1973. Considered by some to be an uprated S4, fitted with a more powerful version of the Lotus Twin Cam Engine, Lotus were intent on it being a separate version of the Elan and it was sold and marketed that way from the start. The Sprint has become one of the more sought after Elan types and are now rare.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 550 Maranello (2000)

Ferrari 550 Maranello (2000) / £150,000 / Coming Soon

2000 / W Ferrari 550 Maranello - 31,600 Miles. In total 3,083 units of the 550 Maranello were produced worldwide, all with a manual gearbox. In recent times the 550 Maranello has become very collectible, even though the UK received some 457 Right Hand Drive units, they're demand is ever increasing and prices continue to rise - especially for low mileage cars, given that the 550 was such a good grand tourer, many of them have clocked up substantial mileages in the intervening 19 years since its launch.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari F512M Classiche Certified (1996)

Ferrari F512M Classiche Certified (1996) / £240,000 / Available Now

1995 / N Ferrari F512 M - 44,287 Miles. The changes to the styling of the F512M were driven by aerodynamics and are especially evident on the front of the car. There is a new integrated nose cap with trapezoidal indicator and parking lights located above the separate round fog lights. The grill opening was slightly smaller and only provides air for the A/C condenser. The most significant change was the incorporation of the fixed “homofocal” headlights behind lexan covers. Additional design changes include the two NACA intakes, installed at the trailing edge of the front lid, for improved interior ventilation. The undertray was also modified for a smoother air flow.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari BBi 512 Classiche Certified (1983)

Ferrari BBi 512 Classiche Certified (1983) / £335,000 / Available Now

1983 / Y Ferrari BBi 512 - 46,525 Miles. Introduced in 1981, the BBi 512 was the last in the series, carburettors were replaced with the Bosch K-Jetronic CIS fuel injection system, the new system produced cleaner emissions and offered a better balance of performance and daily-driver temperament. There were very few external differentiators from the carburettored BB 512 besides the badging, but the eagle eyed with spot the slightly different wheels which were metric and designed to take Michelin TRX metric tyre, along with small white running lights in the nose, and red rear fog lamps outboard of the exhaust pipes in the rear valance.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 328 GTB Classiche Certified (1987)

Ferrari 328 GTB Classiche Certified (1987) / £140,000 / Available Now

1987 (D) Ferrari 328 GTB - 26,666 Miles. Powered by a 3.2 Litre transverse mounted V8 producing 270 BHP, it remained in production until 1989 when it was replaced by the 348, the later cars were fitted with ABS as standard and feature convex and oppose to concave wheels as shown on this pre ABS car. In recent times the 328 has become very collectible, especially in GTB form because of its rarity and some would say is only now commanding the interest and the value it deserves. The 328 had a well earned reputation for being reliable as well as relatively inexpensive to run in Ferrari terms, a great all rounder with strong performance and low ownership costs have ensured the 328's longevity.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Classiche Certified (1973)

Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Classiche Certified (1973) / £395,000 / Available Now

1973 / L Ferrari Dino 246 GTS - 60,593 Miles. The most beautiful car ever produced ? Perhaps, although even Enzo Ferrari said the E-Type was the most beautiful car, he certainly couldn't have been unhappy with the Dino. Gorgeous to look at, fast, sublime to drive and made by Ferrari, the Dino was their first foray into producing a 'small' car powered by a V6 engine, it was badged Dino, named after Enzo's son Alfredino who died in 1956 aged 24, and not a Ferrari.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 550 Maranello (1999)

Ferrari 550 Maranello (1999) / £225,000 / Under Offer

1999 / T Ferrari 550 Maranello - 4,054 Miles. In total 3,083 units of the 550 Maranello were produced worldwide, all with a manual gearbox. In recent times the 550 Maranello has become very collectible, even though the UK received some 457 Right Hand Drive units, they're demand is ever increasing and prices continue to rise - especially for low mileage cars, given that the 550 was such a good grand tourer, many of them have clocked up substantial mileages in the intervening 19 years since its launch.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari BB 512 Classiche Certified (1980)

Ferrari BB 512 Classiche Certified (1980) / Sold

1980 / W Ferrari BB 512 Carburettor - 47,685 Miles. Ferrari's Berlinetta Boxer, or BB for short, was originally launched as the 365 GT4 BB in 1973 which was effectively the replacement for the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. Upgraded in 1976 it became the 512, or more correctly the BB 512. Powered by a Carburetor fed 5 litre Mid Mounted flat 12 producing 360 BHP total factory production was 929 units, with the UK Right Hand Drive market receiving 101 vehicles.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 575 M Superamerica F1 Classiche Certified (2007)

Ferrari 575 M Superamerica F1 Classiche Certified (2007) / Sold

2007 / 07 Ferrari 575 M Superamerica F1 - 6,305 Miles. Introduced in 2005, the Ferrari 575M Superamerica is a convertible version of the 575M Maranello featuring an electrochromic glass panel roof which rotated 180° (both production car firsts) at the rear to lie flat over the boot. The Patented Revocromico roof incorporates carbon fibre structure that is hinged on the single axis with a luggage compartment lid, allowing the access to the latter even with an open roof. With the roof open the rear window, apart for holding the third stop light, also acts as a wind deflector. A total of 559 Superamericas were built, The UK market delivered just 57 Vehicles.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari F40 Classiche Certified (1989)

Ferrari F40 Classiche Certified (1989) / Sold

1989 / G Ferrari F40 - Non Cat - Non Adjust - 9,444 Kilometres. Presented initially in 1987, the F40 incorporated the use of extensive Carbon Fibre and composite in its construction to add rigidity to the chassis whilst at the same time saving weight, 1,100 Kilos to be exact, and with 478 BHP and 425 Lb Ft of torque its performance was, and in fact still is, like nothing else!
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual (1996)

Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual (1996) / Sold

1996 / N Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual - 26,004 Miles. Launched initially in 1994 in Berlinetta and GTS bodystyles, the F355 was a major overhaul of the outgoing 348. The Spider arrived in late 1995 and the F1 Transmission in 1997. Said by some 'the car the 348 should always have been', The F355 was a sensation. A 380 BHP, 5 Valve per cylinder V8 revving to 8,500 RPM with a sound to behold and still makes you tingle today. Now getting hard to find, especially in this condition, the UK delivered 408 Berlinetta versions out of a total factory production of 4,915
Our Latest Vehicles - Porsche 911 Speedster (1989)

Porsche 911 Speedster (1989) / Sold

1989 / G Porsche 911 Speedster - 16,016 Miles. The 911 Speedster, produced in 1989 was the first car to revive the Speedster nomenclature since the 356 Speedster of the 1950’s. Featuring a lower front screen, the basis of the car was the 911 3.2 Carrera and Porsche produced 2104 Speedsters in total, mostly in Turbo bodied form, although it was also available with a narrow body of which 171 were built. Right Hand Drive production was just 139 units, of which just 64 of those officially imported into the UK ensuring it has remained collectible since it was new, the Speedster stands proud as something different in the 80's era of 911, a true classic and collectors piece.
Our Latest Vehicles - Caterham 7 Superlight R500 (2000)

Caterham 7 Superlight R500 (2000) / Sold

2000 (W) Caterham 7 Superlight R500 - 13,038 Miles. Introduced in 1999, the R500, had a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds (Autocar) and a top speed of 146 mph. Special features included Carbon fibre wings, nose, dash, mirrors, aeroscreen and carbon/Kevlar seats, it was powered by a Minster Engines modified Caterham-Rover 1800 K-Series with dry sump lubrication producing 230bhp @ 8600rpm and 155lb ft of torque @ 7200rpm
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 575 M Maranello F1 (2002)

Ferrari 575 M Maranello F1 (2002) / Sold

2002 / 02 Ferrari 575 M Maranello F1 - 22,375 Miles. The Ferrari 575M Maranello was launched in 2002 and was an update of the 550 Maranello, it featured minor styling changes from Pininfarina along with a renewed interior, brake discs, a larger and more powerful engine, revised weight distribution, refined aerodynamics and fluid-dynamics and an adaptive suspension set-up. The UK delivered a total of 170 vehicles of which 122 were fitted with the F1 gearbox.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 550 Maranello (2001)

Ferrari 550 Maranello (2001) / Sold

2001 / X Ferrari 550 Maranello - 20,182 Miles. In total 3,083 units of the 550 Maranello were produced worldwide, all with a manual gearbox. In recent times the 550 Maranello has become very collectible, even though the UK received some 457 Right Hand Drive units, they're demand is ever increasing and prices continue to rise - especially for low mileage cars, given that the 550 was such a good grand tourer, many of them have clocked up substantial mileages in the intervening 19 years since its launch.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari Testarossa Classiche Certified (1987)

Ferrari Testarossa Classiche Certified (1987) / Sold

1987 / D Ferrari Testarossa - 14,228 Miles. Premiered at the 1984 Paris Auto Show, the Testarossa used rear-mounted 5 Litre Flat 12 Engine which was the same displacement as the outgoing BBi 512 but utilised 4 valves per cylinder and had red cam-covers, hence the name Testarossa - or 'Red Head'. The Testarossa series was the last Flat 12 Engine produced by Ferrari and was replaced in 1996 with the all new, Front engined V12 550 Maranello.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1973)

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1973) / Sold

1973 / M Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona - 55,102 Miles. In 1968 Ferrari launched the 365 GTB/4, almost immediately, the press gave the 365 GTB/4 its ‘Daytona’ suffix, in celebration of Ferrari’s 1-2-3 finish in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. It was never officially called ‘Daytona’. Although it was also a Pininfarina design, as with many previous Ferrari road cars the 365 GTB/4 was radically different. Right-hand drive vehicles are rare with just 158 Coupe's produced for the UK market.
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual (1998)

Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual (1998) / Sold

1998 / R Ferrari F355 Berlinetta Manual - 42,555 Miles. Launched initially in 1994 in Berlinetta and GTS bodystyles, the F355 was a major overhaul of the outgoing 348. The Spider arrived in late 1995 and the F1 Transmission in 1997. Said by some 'the car the 348 should always have been', The F355 was a sensation. A 380 BHP, 5 Valve per cylinder V8 revving to 8,500 RPM with a sound to behold and still makes you tingle today. Now getting hard to find, especially in this condition, the UK delivered 408 Berlinetta versions out of a total factory production of 4,915
Our Latest Vehicles - Ferrari F355 GTS Manual (1996)

Ferrari F355 GTS Manual (1996) / Sold

1996 / N Ferrari F355 GTS Manual - 20,253 Miles. Launched initially in 1994 in Berlinetta and GTS bodystyles, the F355 was a major overhaul of the outgoing 348. The Spider arrived in late 1995 and the F1 Transmission in 1997. Said by some 'the car the 348 should always have been', The F355 was a sensation. A 380 BHP, 5 Valve per cylinder V8 revving to 8,500 RPM with a sound to behold and still makes you tingle today. Now getting hard to find, especially in this condition, the UK delivered 360 GTS versions out of a total factory production of 2,048 with a Manual Gearbox It was the last 'Targa' roofed Ferrari produced to date, effectively replaced by the Spider in future models.
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