Designed by Pininfarina with coachwork constructed by Scaglietti, this 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/C bears impeccable provenance and comes with Ferrari Red Book certification
An original 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S once featured in “The Italian Job”, was recently unearthed in a quiet German barn.
Awarded “best in class” at the Italian vintage car competition Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, this rare classic car is one of 21 models with all its components and matching serial numbers all intact.
Highly sought-after and collectable, this example stood out from its predecessor as described by the seller as “a limited-production convertible and the most desirable iteration of the vaunted 575M Maranello.” Find out more…
Comparable to those 1930s racing Bentleys, this example is nearly impossible to obtain in today’s market and if you do own a 1949 Bentley B Special Speed 8, this will be the next best thing you’ll ever have in possession.
The ultimate coachwork brought out the voluptuous appeal of the Aston Martin and presented the car in a more dynamic and fluid shape on top of the lightweight bodywork and added horsepower.