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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '75 €18,950,-

Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '75 €18,950,-

How rare is that, to be able to use a Giulia as was originally intended, and one that hasn’t been modified. Meanwhile, she has become an iconic classic for the world-renowned Alfa famous brand, hence finding an authentic, rust-free Giulia is no easy task. Although these cars were certainly not poorly constructed, they were primarily used as daily transportation, with all the consequences that comes with that. In our northern climes, a car dating from the 1970s, parked outside daily, will have rusted, be it an Alfa or Rolls Royce. Therefore, to find a rust-free, pure Giulia, one must go to the source, and even then they are difficult to find. These models drive great, and owing to t ...

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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '72 'Prima vernice' 71,000km €22,950,-

Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '72 'Prima vernice' 71,000km €22,950,-

‘Introvabile!’, as the Italians say. A Giulia with hard and original metal sheeting is as hard to find as an Italian who has paid all his taxes. Then you suddenly stumble across one and are allowed to take her back to the Netherlands. But in Italy, people like those long, difficult goodbyes, like the final one for Silvio B.. Syrupy and expensive is how it goes. So it was with quite some pride that I now have her here in the fresh air of Warmond, ready for someone with a warm spot in their heart to whisk her away. A Giulia is a driving monument to the successful Italian auto industry of the1960s. With advanced technology, like the dual overhead cams, five-speeds and the disc brakes ...

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Alfa Romeo 1600 Spider 'Coda Tronca' '78 NL-auto, 1st owner. €24.950,-

Alfa Romeo 1600 Spider 'Coda Tronca' '78 NL-auto, 1st owner. €24.950,-

Coda Tronca? Was that the first owner? I hear you thinking. That would be Italian for 'straight cut rear'. Or in german 'Kamm-Heck. Are you still there? Let me elaborate, Wunibald Kamm was a German engineer in the car industry specialised in aerodynamics. In the 1930s he had already found out that as a result of styling, an adverse turbulence could negatively affect handling. By cutting the rear of straight, Wunibald's idea prevented turbulence and made handling improve, especially at higher speeds. The predecessor of the Alfa Spider with Coda Tronca had a round back, thus why the rather revolutionary straight alteration got its fine nickname. Later an upstanding rubber wing was ad ...

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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '72

Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super '72

How rare is that, to be able to use a Giulia as was originally intended, and one that hasn’t been modified. Meanwhile, she has become an iconic classic for the world-renowned Alfa famous brand, hence finding an authentic, rust-free Giulia is no easy task. Although these cars were certainly not poorly constructed, they were primarily used as daily transportation, with all the consequences that comes with that. In our northern climes, a car dating from the 1970s, parked outside daily, will have rusted, be it an Alfa or Rolls Royce. Therefore, to find a rust-free, pure Giulia, one must go to the source, and even then they are difficult to find. The drive is wonderful and the refined d ...

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Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 'Coda Tronca' '72

Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 'Coda Tronca' '72

A 1600 Spider in beautiful Grigio Chiaro Metallizzato. No gray mouse this, but rather a tastefully chosen interior that renders this Alfa Romeo one striking and sophisticated Italian. The Spider offers timeless Italian design combined with flexible and optionally sporty handling. Indeed, 110hp in a convertible weighing just 1,000kg is a ratio that ensures this sports car accelerates effortlessly in every gear. And consequently she purrs like a pussy cat, which is especially pleasing to the ear when the top is down. At the time Alfa Romeo already had a five-speed, so the noiseless revolutions are also possible thanks in part to the capacious engine capacity. And she is even an ergon ...

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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Super '66 €29,950,-

Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Super '66 €29,950,-

Refinement in car design. Although an uncomprehending non-car enthusiast will still occasionally draw misguided comparisons with the angular Lada, let’s not forget that in 1967 the Fiat 124 was crowned ‘Car of the Year', which subverts such foolish comparisons. The Giulia - successor to the friendly-sounding Giulietta - was launched in 1962. The design was revolutionary for its time and was tested in a wind tunnel. Despite its upright windshield, a Giulia has a Cd value of 0.34, which is considered low even by today’s standards, and moreover was even lower than a 911 dating from that time period. And then there is the refinement of the design, the delectable shape of the rear windo ...

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Aston Martin Vantage Roadster Manual '08 11.500km NL-auto

Aston Martin Vantage Roadster Manual '08 11.500km NL-auto

Power, Beauty and Soul, dat is de marketing slogan waar Aston Martin haar auto's mee aanprijst. In het geval van de meest succesvolle Aston Martin ooit, de V8 Vantage zijn deze woorden zeker niet misplaatst. De 380pk sterke en zeer betrouwbare V8 maakt van de Vantage zodra deze op toeren komt een beest wat een indrukwekkende grom uit de uitlaten laat horen. Niet nerveus, het voorhanden zijnde koppel maakt de auto ook soepel en desgewenst gemoedelijk rijdbaar. Aan het uiterlijk van de auto hoef ik niet veel woorden vuil te maken, vriend en vijand is het daar over eens, very, very beautiful. En dan 'de ziel' van het merk, 100 jaar overleven met hoogte- en dieptepunten en uiteindelijk ...

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Bentley Continental GTC '07 71.000km

Bentley Continental GTC '07 71.000km

It was the hot topic of discussion at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003: the Germans had created a revolutionarily beautiful car that was based on their VW Phaeton platform and was designed by a Belgian, Dirk van Braeckel, yet retained the English Bentley’s regal DNA. The Continental GT – aimed commercially at the larger buying public – was meant to be produced in serious production numbers. The company knew all too well that having the "Made in Germany" label on the key elements would compel potential buyers to purchase her. Those parts had to be mounted in a car that was preferably not designed in Germany and yet exuded Bentley’s seemingly patented style, class and sportiness. And ha ...

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BMW 320i Sedan manual '85 77.000km €14.950,-

BMW 320i Sedan manual '85 77.000km €14.950,-

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BMW Z4 M Coupe '08 82.000km

BMW Z4 M Coupe '08 82.000km

When the powerhouse lies in front and has been voted 'engine of the year' multiple times before and the two seats you will find in this coupe are situated only 30cm before the rear wheels, the racing driver in you knows a thrilling drive can be expected. 343bhp naturally aspirated with variable valve timing (Vanos), allow the car to release all power over the complete rev range, a sport button for an even more alert throttle response, all contribute to ensure maximum driving pleasure. No optimal comfort, it is a motorsport version, an almost uncompromising driving machine from that one factory which has a reputation to maintain. A chassis with perfect balance, extreme stopping powe ...

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BMW 320i Cabriolet E30 '90 89,000km

BMW 320i Cabriolet E30 '90 89,000km

BMW’s E30 series now enjoys the status of a classic car. Original, sleek models are highly desired and this drives up the value, while the rare models, the Coupes and Cabriolets with low mileage, are now collectors’ items. The model owes its popularity to the renowned build quality and the pure and genuine BMW driving experience that this car still offers. No computer or electronic functionality, nor a bland design that is more likely to delight a pedestrian than a car-lover. These cars were usually purchased to serve as daily modes of transport, hence finding one that is unmodified and with lower mileage is exceptionally difficult. Only a relatively limited number of 320i Cabriole ...

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BMW 650i M Coupe High Executive '11 71.000km NL-auto, 1e eig., 1e lak €54.950,-

BMW 650i M Coupe High Executive '11 71.000km NL-auto, 1e eig., 1e lak €54.950,-

In 1976 introduceerde BMW de 6 serie. Inmiddels is dit model een gezochte BMW klassieker terwijl juist de opvolger van deze E24, de E63/64, gezien het minder gewaardeerde ontwerp deze status waarschijnlijk nimmer zal bereiken. Hoe anders is dat bij de in 2011 geintroduceerde F-serie, een GT met lijnenspel wat zo fraai foutloos in harmonie is dat de klassieker status deze auto niet kan ontgaan. Bovendien zullen de rij-eigenschappen en het technische niveau archeologen bij opgravingen in het jaar 4017 nog verwonderen. Ze zullen zich waarschijnlijk nooit realiseren wat er evolueerde bij BMW in een relatief korte periode tussen de E24 en het model wat in 2011 op aarde rondreed. Wat een ...

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BMW 320i Sedan manual '85 60,000km €15,950,-

BMW 320i Sedan manual '85 60,000km €15,950,-

Among BMW aficionados, the E30 is the most compelling of the entire 3-series line produced by the famed Bavarian factory to date. Nothing has been as good the cars from then. The cars of 2017 are indeed better and safer, of course, but not as fun! There is nothing quite like a E30, and especially those with the bigger engines. Just position the steering wheel in the direction you want to go, and straight ahead she goes! Agile, fast, immediate and sharp steering. An E30 was also built according to quality standards that were the same as if ISO9000 (1987) was already in place. Nevertheless, the exceptional driving characteristics are what render the E30 so popular. The car we offer h ...

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BMW 1802 Touring '73 fully restored €32.950,-

BMW 1802 Touring '73 fully restored €32.950,-

Form follows function, function follows form. A BMW with a third 'door' carrying that now renowned signature name Touring, greatly because of that slanted rear hatch she has now received classic status and is one to look after. Karmann's reputation for bodywork makes a solid rust free example extremely rare and incredibly hard to find. In special case of this here 1802 even more unique, with only 975 cars ever built. See the detailed photos, with great care and passion this 1802 was restored and rebuilt. Without financial reservation constructed to this beautiful final result, and the way she looks is how she drives too. Optically 'as new' especially for Dutchmen in this very appea ...

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BMW 2002 '75

BMW 2002 '75

De kenner weet het, een beter sturende en leuker rijdende auto dan de BMW 2002 was er begin jaren zeventig voor de toenmalige nieuwprijs nauwelijks te koop. En daar schuilt ook de verklaring voor de relatieve zeldzaamheid van de '02 serie in. Immers een exoot zette je weg onder een hoes in de garage, een betaalbare BMW daar ging je mee rijden. En hoe! Wat een stuur- en weggedrag heeft zo'n 2002!Bovendien bleken ze behoorlijk roestgevoelig wat in het geval van dagelijks gebruik geen ideale combinatie was teneinde van een lang leven te genieten. Zo zijn er echt maar weinig harde en gave exemplaren van de 2002 over. Bedenk daarbij dat ze lang nét even te weinig waard waren om ze vakku ...

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Citroën SM Injection '73 €54.950,-

Citroën SM Injection '73 €54.950,-

In 1961 Citroën decided that it wanted to make a run at seizing the crown held by the big, established European car brands by launching a revolutionary top model, as part of what it called ‘Project-S’. This project with the Sci-Fi sounding name did ultimately produce a car that looked like it came from outer space. The design was from the hand of Citroën's designer, Robert Opron, and if this car were launched today it would still be a sensation. The Citroën dealers at the time had great difficulty steering the tremendous public interest in the proper direction. Because Citroën did not have access to a sufficiently powerful engine of its own, in 1963 the company reached out to Maser ...

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Citroën SM Injection '74 €52,950,-

Citroën SM Injection '74 €52,950,-

In 1961 Citroën decided that it wanted to make a run at the crown with a revolutionary new top model, launching ‘Project-S’, a project with a Sci-Fi sounding name that did however ultimately produce a car that looked like it was from outer space. The design came from the hand of Citroën designer, Robert Opron, and if this car were launched today it would still be a sensation. The Citroën dealers at the time struggled to steer the vast public interest in the right direction, however. And as Citroën did not have access to a sufficiently powerful engine of its own, in 1963 the company reached out to Maserati in Modena, Italy, where eventually the project started following the Italian ...

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Citroen SM Carburateur '72 €52,950,-

Citroen SM Carburateur '72 €52,950,-

In 1961 Citroën decided that it wanted to make a run at seizing the crown held by the big, established European car brands by launching a revolutionary top model, as part of what it called ‘Project-S’. This project with the Sci-Fi sounding name did ultimately produce a car that looked like it came from outer space. The design was from the hand of Citroën's designer, Robert Opron, and if this car were launched today it would still be a sensation. The Citroën dealers at the time had great difficulty steering the tremendous public interest in the proper direction. Because Citroën did not have access to a sufficiently powerful engine of its own, in 1963 the company reached out to Maser ...

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Ferrari F430 F1 '05 53000km NL Car € 89.950,-

Ferrari F430 F1 '05 53000km NL Car € 89.950,-

Ferrari made it a tradition the last decades to release new models with mid engined V8s in a much further developed state than the car it was based on. Hence the 308 became the 328, the 348 became the F355 and the F360 became the F430. The same chassis with minor changes to the exterior of the cars, that especially in case of the 348/355 and 360/430 technically evolved extensively. In case of the F430, where an added 80bhp and the addition of an electronic adjustable differential were the most significant improvements. Jeremy Clarkson called it the perfect supercar when it was new. James May even bought one, and he truly is a critical motoring journalist who knows all ins and outs. ...

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Ferrari 400i Manual '82 78,000km €89,950,-

Ferrari 400i Manual '82 78,000km €89,950,-

"Gentlemen start your engines" is seldom more apt: the Ferrari 400i is an outstanding Gentleman’s Ferrari from the classic line. And then there's the engine! 12 cylinders in a V-shape derived from the world renowned Colombo engine block that also serves as the foundation for the famous 365GTB/4 Daytona. Add to this the Ferrari 400’s highly stylish lines, which are only gaining in appreciation, as after all a sports car design from the 1980s made quite a different impression ten years ago than it does today. Moreover, she was also less of a classic then as she is now. Based on the 365GT4 2 + 2, which was already launched in 1972, this ‘1970s design' was ahead of its time, and perhap ...

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Ferrari 612 Scaglietti '07 45.000km €89.950,-

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti '07 45.000km €89.950,-

As appreciation for a decade spanning relationship with the likewise Modena based coach builder Scaglietti, Ferrari in 2004 named their newest 2+2 after the legendary Sergio Scaglietti. With the introduction of the 540bhp strong 612, Sergio was already 84, it is understood that he, full of pride, drove circles, with smoking tires round his grand children. Anyhow, one who sees their name intwined with a thoroughbred ended up in the tire wall on a circuit without guard rail, or could actually do something with cars. Therefore his pride was not unjustified. Moreover Scaglietti could be very proud of the product which carries his name. A designed by Pininfarina GT with a balanced desig ...

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Ferrari 458 Italia '10 Verde Abatone 26,000km

Ferrari 458 Italia '10 Verde Abatone 26,000km

Shortly after her launch, the Ferrari 458 Italia quickly began winning awards from the world’s leading car magazines, including Sportsauto, World Performance, Supercar - and Best Car of the Year. The 458 also marked a huge leap forward for Ferrari, and one that left the competition far behind. And not only in terms of numbers, as there is a select group of other cars in this segment that also offer such performance. For the Ferrari 458 Italia, it is the combination of the spectacular acceleration and sprints times, and the unique experience of the 458, that render her supreme. Moreover, she is powered by Ferrari’s last atmospheric V8 engine, and, certainly in terms of the engine so ...

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Ferrari 456M GTA '02 39.000km

Ferrari 456M GTA '02 39.000km

The most comfortable Ferrari ever, and one of the most beautiful and stylish. Intended more for driving quickly and stylishly from Milan to Nice, than taking the fastest lap at the Fiorano race track. But unlike many other Ferrari's, you step out feeling fresh and unruffled. With the amazing 442hp, V12 engine, coupled with a special automatic gearbox and three-position shock absorbers, the 456GTA seems like a high-speed train, but without the need for expensive tracks. The higher the speed, the more impressive the driving comfort and handling. The automatic gearbox is one of the 456GTA’s most important components and deserves special praise. After all, what car can handle the power ...

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Fiat 130 Coupe 3200 Automatic '72 €22.950,-

Fiat 130 Coupe 3200 Automatic '72 €22.950,-

Former top model of a manufacturer that now rules a segment with as few cylinders possible. When the status quo was still high, and one had high regards for the launch of a prestigious coupe. A car with an innovative design, at the time a little 'misunderstood' and very costly, which eventually resulted in 4500 exemplars built. Nevertheless the 130 Coupe served as inspiration for the later designs of Pininfarina designer Paolo Martin, with drawing the Peugeot 604 and Rolls Royce Camargue. Also the Ferrari 365 2+2/400GT/I received the recognizable C-style. And evidently as one of the first Italian cars with an automatic gearbox. The design and production costs did not come cheap, ...

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Fiat 130 Coupe Manual 'competition-ready' '72 €25,950,-

Fiat 130 Coupe Manual 'competition-ready' '72 €25,950,-

Love at first sight. Don’t think, act. And then suddenly, a few weeks later, there she is, waiting for you in Warmond. Not small, not immediately cuddly, here and there an occasional sharp edge, and full of character. And this is exactly what makes her so uniquely attractive. You will never find her equal, her DNA is unique. Italy is her homeland, Paolo Martin her father. Pininfarina was present at her birth, and, as the saying goes, ‘ugly in the diaper, beautiful in the veil’. The Fiat 130 Coupe has begun her career as a supermodel. Suddenly, fans with good taste stand before her, realizing just how rare she is. How beautiful and elegant her lines, as only an Italian can be. A big ...

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Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '64

Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '64

In the 1950s, the Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino was the largest European carmaker, and worldwide trailing only behind the three biggest US automakers in Detroit. This success was primarily due to the production of affordable family cars. Nevertheless, there was always a sportier lineup, in which stylish cabriolet’s were built. Moreover, there was even an active racing program at Fiat. The 118 series stems from a joint venture with Pininfarina. Designed specifically for the coupe and cabriolet, the chassis and body were equipped with 1200cc and 1500cc engines from the family sedan line. PininFarina was not only responsible for the design, but also built the 1200 and 1500 ca ...

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Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '63 geheel gerestaureerd

Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '63 geheel gerestaureerd

De Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino was in de jaren vijftig de grootste Europese autofabrikant, direct achter de drie grootste Amerikaanse autobouwers uit Detroit. Dit succes was vooral te danken aan de productie van betaalbare familie auto's. Toch was er ook altijd een sportievere line-up, werden er stijlvolle cabriolet's gebouwd en was er zelfs een actief raceprogramma bij Fiat. Vanuit een samenwerking met PininFarina ontstond de zgn. 118 serie. Een specifiek voor de coupe en cabriolet ontworpen chassis en carrosserie werd voorzien van motoren uit de familie sedan's met 1300cc en 1500cc. PininFarina tekende niet alleen voor het ontwerp, men bouwde ook de 1300 en 1500 cabrio ...

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Fiat 124 Spider '71

Fiat 124 Spider '71

De Fiat 124 Sport Spider werd in de ontwerpstudio's van het beroemde designhuis Pininfarina getekend. Niet door iemand met een lekker klinkende Italiaanse achternaam, het was de van oorsprong half Nederlandse Tom Tjaarda die het succesvolle model gestalte gaf. Tjaarda was niet de eerste de beste in de besloten wereld van het autodesign, hij tekende ook de Detomaso Pantera, Saab 900 en zelfs de Ford Fiësta. Motortechnisch werd de auto eveneens door een zeer aansprekende naam tot leven gewekt, niemand minder dan Aurelio Lampredi, een van Ferrari afkomstige ingenieur, ontwierp de motor met dubbele bovenliggende nokkenassen. De 124 Spider werd uiteindelijk zo gewaardeerd en succesvol d ...

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Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '64 Restaurata Totale

Fiat 1500 Cabriolet '64 Restaurata Totale

In the 1950s, the Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino was the largest European carmaker, worldwide trailing only behind the three biggest US automakers in Detroit. This success was primarily due to the production of affordable family cars. Nevertheless, there was always a sportier lineup, in which stylish cabriolets were built. Moreover, Fiat even had an active racing program. The 118 series stems from a joint venture with Pininfarina. Designed specifically for the coupe and cabriolet, the chassis and body were equipped with 1300cc and 1500cc engines from the family sedan line. PininFarina was not only responsible for the design, but also built the 1300 and 1500 cabriolets. The ...

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Iso Rivolta IR 300 €94.950,-

Iso Rivolta IR 300 €94.950,-

Isothermos was an Italian Refrigerator factory, established before World War Two by Renzo Rivolta, after the war his company started producing scooters carrying the name Iso. He was also the spiritual father of the three wheeler micro car often referred to as 'Bubblecar'. This micro car was such a success Renzo could soon afford to privately buy himself a sports-car. In his search to find a usable, fast and reliable Italian daily driver all options fell short. As proud as he was Italian, technically skilled and no stranger to series production he decided to produce his own sports-car that would meet all his requirements. For its design he was obviously in the right country, a relia ...

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Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '69 €89.950,-

Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '69 €89.950,-

In 2011 the Brits proudly celebrated the 50th anniversary of their legendary Jaguar E type. It was 1961 when the world was introduced to the first series, with the 3.8 liter engine, which, by 1974, had become a 5.3 liter, V12 engine. This was an extremely successful model for the British, with no less than Enzo Ferrari praising the E type as "the most beautiful car ever made". And the car’s sales success was not only owing to its design, which can almost be called 'sexy', but also due to the fact that the E type was very affordable for a car offering such superior performance and class. For a similar Ferrari or Maserati, one had to pay three times as much. The low price however als ...

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Jaguar Xk8 Cabriolet '99 74,000km €23,950,-

Jaguar Xk8 Cabriolet '99 74,000km €23,950,-

The Jaguar Xk8 Convertible is considered by most car enthusiasts to be one of the most beautiful open designs of the last decades. This likely results from the contrary design philosophy and touch of classic E type in her. Unlike most cabriolets, the Xk8 was solely designed as an open top car, which produced the coupe. The results are impressive: perhaps the most stylish and comfortable cabriolet of all, with such comfort also partly owing to the extremely smooth V8 engine, with 300hp that is not solely intended for generating pure speed. Of course, the Xk8 is a fast car, but her power primarily lies in her ability to achieve a fine cruising speed in just a few revolutions, and wit ...

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Jaguar E Type Series III Roadster '73 €79,950,-

Jaguar E Type Series III Roadster '73 €79,950,-

'The most beautiful car in the world', exclaimed no less than the great Enzo Ferrari, when he first laid eyes on the Jaguar E-type. And he should know. Introduced in 1961, the car was developed to the Series III, which was built from 1971 to 1974, with the longer wheelbase and larger track-width increasing the interior space and improving the handling and driving comfort. The braking system was the best of all Series E types; moreover, the car was given power steering. The 12-cylinder, 270hp engine ensured a very smooth, relatively quiet driving experience. In short, the most comfortable driving E-type there is. And thanks to the adjustable steering wheel, this Series III offers am ...

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Jaguar Xk 8 Coupe '01 52,000km €24,950,-

Jaguar Xk 8 Coupe '01 52,000km €24,950,-

What a find! This stunning, collector’s condition Xk 8 Coupe has only 53,000km on her. A descendant of the famous XJS, which was also famous for a higher than average number of trips to service garage. However, the gentlemen at Ford wanted to distance themselves from that reputation and their success is clearly evident in the Xk’s superior build quality. We often conduct maintenance work for others, so I can assure you that there are not a single structurally bad part in an Xk, provided of course that they are well maintained. Given this model’s extraordinarily low mileage, the likelihood of needing servicing is also highly unlikely. The Xk’s stunning lines and overall look are tru ...

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Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '68 completely restored

Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '68 completely restored

This is a great opportunity for one desiring a Jaguar E Type Series II Roadster, but only wants the best and wants to drive the car as it was intended to be driven. This E Type Roadster was completely restored in 2015 and 2016; in fact, a 'new' Jaguar was built, although of course retaining the originality. The body and the frame were reduced to bare steel, every spot weld clearly revealed, and the car repainted in its original color without welding or filler, all of which was well documented and photographed. The work was performed by experienced Jaguar specialists, and a complete record of all the work done comes with the car; from this, one can see how the mechanics were complet ...

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Jaguar Xk 8 4.2 Cabriolet '04 43.000km NL-auto

Jaguar Xk 8 4.2 Cabriolet '04 43.000km NL-auto

Wanneer u zich een stijlvolle, comfortabele en snelle cabriolet wenst zijn er slechts een handvol aanbieders. Een Duitser is goed in bijna alles, klasse kopen ook zij in de UK. De tijdloze Xk8 was bij introductie al een klassieker in spé. Terwijl de auto geen last heeft van de klassieke Engelse maandagochtend problematiek. Hoewel ze dat dan weer grotendeels te danken hadden aan de strenge Amerikaanse blik over de schouders van eigenaar, destijds Ford. Kortom op ieder vlak zit het wel goed met de Xk8. Wij verkopen ze regelmatig en mogen dus uit rijke ervaring vaststellen dat het ook na vijftien jaar nog zeer betrouwbare auto's zijn. Onze monteurs kunnen het u bevestigen. De 300pk st ...

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Jaguar F-Type Coupe V6 S Supercharged '14 23.400km €69.950,-

Jaguar F-Type Coupe V6 S Supercharged '14 23.400km €69.950,-

In a car world where many meant to be sports cars, despite performance numbers on paper, appear to become more and more clinical, Jaguar knows how to offer a car worthy of being called a true sports car, and knows what is truly important, the feeling! And that could have easily been written with four exclamation marks. Just the look of the car gives you tingles down your spine, former Aston Martin design chief Ian Callum eventually signed his name under the project. With the beautifully centred exhaust pipes he referred back to the iconic E-Type. Press the start button and you will leap up out of your seat from excitement, where the average German car nowadays sounds like a disting ...

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Jaguar XK 4.2 Coupe '06 75000km €32.950,-

Jaguar XK 4.2 Coupe '06 75000km €32.950,-

As Jaguar aficionado you will likely have noticed, it may just even have displeased you, Jaguar does not longer cater for the traditional Granturismo enthusiast. what a disgrace! There is of course the sharp lined F-type, however, this one is set in the market by Jaguar as thoroughbred sports car. A classic GT can simply not be obtained anymore, apparently, the only gate now is to welcome in 911 drivers, even though they cannot be shaken of their 'made in Germany' belief. Designed by none other than Ian Callum (the designer that put Aston Martin back on the map) this quintessential British GT car with style, elegance, reliability and a reasonable price could until shortly be relied ...

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Jaguar XK-R Supercharged Coupe '09 23,000km €42,950,-

Jaguar XK-R Supercharged Coupe '09 23,000km €42,950,-

In the animal kingdom, the Jaguar is the strongest of felines. And while he does growl and grumble, the Jaguar prefers to leave the loud roaring to other species. That description shares many similarities with those of the ultimate Jaguar on wheels. The 4.2ltr. V8 Supercharged XKR with 420hp renders a 911 prey that can be outwitted in seconds, and does so in a beautiful, impeccably designed tuxedo that suits him well on such occasions. A most beautiful and desirable animal, for those who can handle him, quietly purring when not on the hunt. This special Diamond Edition XKR had only 23,000km on the odometer when delivered by a Dutch Jaguar dealer in 2009, and the car largely remains ...

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Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '70 €99,950,-

Jaguar E type Series II Roadster '70 €99,950,-

In 2011 the Brits proudly celebrated the 50th anniversary of their legendary Jaguar E type. It was 1961 when the world was introduced to the first series, with the 3.8 liter engine, which, by 1974, had become a 5.3 liter, V12 engine. This was an extremely successful model for the British, with no less than Enzo Ferrari praising the E type as "the most beautiful car ever made". And the car’s sales success was not only owing to its design, which can almost be called 'sexy', but also due to the fact that the E type was very affordable for a car offering such superior performance and class. For a similar Ferrari or Maserati, one had to pay three times as much. The low price however als ...

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Jaguar XK 4.2 Coupe '08 63.000km €35.950,-

Jaguar XK 4.2 Coupe '08 63.000km €35.950,-

As Jaguar aficionado you will likely have noticed, it may just even have displeased you, Jaguar does not longer cater for the traditional Granturismo enthusiast. what a disgrace! There is of course the sharp lined F-type, however, this one is set in the market by Jaguar as thoroughbred sports car. A classic GT can simply not be obtained anymore, apparently, the only gate now is to welcome in 911 drivers, even though they cannot be shaken of their 'made in Germany' belief. Designed by none other than Ian Callum (the designer that put Aston Martin back on the map) this quintessential British GT car with style, elegance, reliability and a reasonable price could until shortly be relied ...

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Lancia Flavia Coupe 2000HF '72

Lancia Flavia Coupe 2000HF '72

Old love never rusts. The Flavia was the first Lancia equipped with front-wheel drive, a feature that was already introduced in 1960. Back then the brand enjoyed a reputation for progressive technology and build quality that no German could match. However, it cost a pretty penny; at the time, the price of a Lancia was higher than a comparable Jaguar. Lancia’s superior build quality would however ultimately land in the hands of Fiat. There was however not a cent of profit to made by the car company, thanks to the fanaticism of Lancia’s engineers. Consequently, even today, these cars offer a relatively modern driving style and are usually in a fine mechanical state. If, that is, they ...

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Lancia Flavia 2000 Coupe '72 €27.950,-

Lancia Flavia 2000 Coupe '72 €27.950,-

Southern Italy, in the Naples region, I picked up this rare Lancia Flavia 2000 Coupe. Just 1400 exemplars of this fabulous coupe were produced. The limited run was not a result of a shortage in beauty or quality, these Flavia's were simply too good and therefore very costly. Rarity is an important condition when making a healthy investment. Self-explanatory quality is as well. That, you don't have to worry about with this here Flavia. Even though Lancia's build quality at the time was of a very high standard, eventually also here the rust devil would sometimes show its face. Fortunately its recent Italian heritage caused this car to be in good conserved condition before bringing he ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe Rally 1.3S '69 €23.950,-

Lancia Fulvia Coupe Rally 1.3S '69 €23.950,-

Named after an old Roman road running from Cortona to Torino, the Via Fulvia, this was the car that put Lancia on the rally car map. The Fulvia Rallye 1.3S was launched in 1968 as an ode to rally cars from the first series of Fulvia's, featuring special aluminum doors, trunk and hood, which were also used for the rally and HF models. The engine power was increased to 92hp, due to the further development of the remarkable V4. Weighing only 935 kg, the 1.3S was in its day a speedy sports coupe. Thanks in part to the front-wheel drive, the Fulvia was victorious in several prestigious rallies, culminating in its victory at the World Rally Championship in 1972. Mechanically, the Fulvia ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe series 2 '72 €19.950,-

Lancia Fulvia Coupe series 2 '72 €19.950,-

My enthusiasm for the beautifully and mechanically refined Fuliva must be evident looking at my wide range of Fulvia's on offer. Truly nice and wonderful examples I can not help but purchase, and because my taste in cars is 'common' I should think many of you would understand and share my enthusiasm. Front wheel drive, a refined V4 engine, subframe construction, 5-speed ZF gearbox and these dainty lines, what other car offers this much in this set price range? The Fulvia was a well known rally champion and that too speaks to car enthusiasts. The year in which this here Fulvia was built, Lancia won the World Rally Championship with this type of car. In brief, an Icon from a classi ...

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Lancia Kappa Coupe Turbo 20V '99 31.000km

Lancia Kappa Coupe Turbo 20V '99 31.000km

U vindt haar mooi of niet. Vindt u haar niet direct mooi, loopt u dan eens rustig een rondje om haar heen nadat ik haar voor u naar buiten heb gereden. Het zal u opvallen dat ze dan weer subtiel ogend lijnenspel toont en even later wellicht wat zwaarlijvig aandoet. Ach dat is in het leven wel vaker zo. Toch was u al verliefd, anders kwam u niet kijken, liefde laat u haar bezien door de spreekwoordelijke roze bril. Het maakt u vergevingsgezind naar haar tekortkomingen en laat haar klinken zoals u dat mooi vindt. Een Kappa Coupé is een eenzame zij en zoekt voortdurend naar liefde. Krijgt u voldoende van haar terug? Kom langs, kijk, voel, ruik, aai en rijdt, waarna ik uw oordeel met r ...

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Lancia Flavia Coupe 2000 '72

Lancia Flavia Coupe 2000 '72

I acquired this rare Lancia Flavia 2000 Coupe in southern Italy, far below Rome. Only 1,400 models of this remarkable coupe were ever built, but the low production numbers were certainly not due to a lack of beauty or quality; rather, the model was simply too good, thus extremely expensive at the time. Rarity is a key prerequisite for a sound investment, as is quality, of course, which this Flavia exudes. Lancia’s build-quality was already extremely high at the time, yet the rust demon was always lurking around the corner. Fortunately, given this Flavia’s previous life Italy, she arrived in the Netherlands in a highly preserved state. Original metal sheeting, a hard bottom, and an ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1.3S '72 'da concorso' €22.950,-

Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1.3S '72 'da concorso' €22.950,-

The Fulvia is a sublime mechanically refined car. Its styling however has only recently found appraisal with the general public. Hence why for a long period of time they were not valuable enough to restore to high standards. On average older Lancia's are not as prone to rust as one might think, that image was constructed long after 1970, as it was Fiat who became the new owner of Lancia. The paintwork and rubbers will however over time have become dull and dried out due to Italy's various sunny locations. The minimum value Fulvia's had up until five years ago, meant full restorations were executed poorly. An original car is for that reason preferable. This here exemplar is a beauti ...

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Lancia Flaminia Pininfarina Coupe '67

Lancia Flaminia Pininfarina Coupe '67

Although we all know that more than one road leads to Rome, arguably the most famous of them is the Via Flaminia, running from Rimini to Rome, which the Lancia Flaminia was named after. And what a dream of a road it is, meandering through beautiful scenic countryside, while also proving that Lancia's marketing department was indeed capable of coming up with great ideas from time to time. In any case, among the circle of classic car lovers, Lancia’s Flaminia, as well as the Aurelia, are now the brand’s most highly prized for their monumental beauty and value. Initially, the greatest appreciation was for the design by Touring, the coachbuilder company, but in recent years this was ov ...

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Lancia Beta Coupe 1300 '79 55.000km €12.950,-

Lancia Beta Coupe 1300 '79 55.000km €12.950,-

Vincenzo Lancia (1881-1937) used letter indications derived from the Greek alphabet for his first creations. After Fiat took over Lancia in 1969, board decided to call its models after the same letters. To prevent confusion, and likely court cases, with Alfa Romeo the first Lancia built by Fiat listened to the name Beta. Unveiled in 1972 in various body styles. To keep production costs at an acceptable level, an existing and succesful Fiat engine with double overhead camshafts was used. Economically a requirement, after all Lancia was pushed into Fiat's arms by an oncoming bankruptcy caused by astronomical production costs. The Beta was meant to be built in large numbers; numbers n ...

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Lancia Flavia Coupe 1800 series 1 '66 €25.950,-

Lancia Flavia Coupe 1800 series 1 '66 €25.950,-

A gorgeous Lancia Flavia series one. In 1961 the mechanically refined highly regarded Flavia appeared on the scene, and one year later Lancia unveiled the coupe. Designed by Pininfarina glancing over at the drawing board nigh to him where the studio of the same name was busy designing the Ferrari 330. This striking design of the Flavia Coupe is certainly one of the reasons as to why she is now a looked after classic. Simultaneously the aficionado will appreciate the for its time progressive and cutting edge techniques. Very sophisticated designs with features many German automakers did not come up with for a significantly longer time. The Flavia is therefore a very well driving and ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe Rally 1.3 S '69 €23,950,-

Lancia Fulvia Coupe Rally 1.3 S '69 €23,950,-

Named after an old Roman road running from Cortona to Torino, the Via Fulvia, this was the car that put Lancia on the rally car map. The Fulvia Rallye 1.3S was launched in 1968 as an ode to rally cars from the first series of Fulvia's, featuring special aluminum doors, trunk and hood, which were also used for the rally and HF models. The engine power was increased to 92hp, due to the further development of the remarkable V4. Weighing only 935 kg, the 1.3S was in its day a speedy sports coupe. Thanks in part to the front-wheel drive, the Fulvia was victorious in several prestigious rallies, culminating in its victory at the World Rally Championship in 1972. Mechanically, the Fulvia ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe '74 'colore raro' € 21.950,-

Lancia Fulvia Coupe '74 'colore raro' € 21.950,-

"You’ve already got five of them here," the accountant whined when this Fulvia rolled in. And that’s true; however, a cold calculator cannot feel what one feels when in hot southern Italy and seeing this Fulvia for the first time, knowing as one does that in this stunningly beautiful color only a few hundred were ever made, and that they are virtually impossible to find in such mint condition, and it is a third series, without the visually less attractive details of this type. In short, a Fulvia Coupe that you simply cannot walk away from. Although the photos do not do her justice, the color is astounding, especially combined with the beautiful interior. A very fine classic car wi ...

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Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1st series 'Leve Lunga' '67

Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1st series 'Leve Lunga' '67

One of the most distinctive and successful designs in the history of the Italian car industry. This elegant, sporty and very successful Fulvia is a beautiful and compact driver’s car, built at a time when Lancia was the “BMW of Italy”: patented V4 engine, with a cube block of only 13 degrees (mounted at a 45-degree angle), twin-cam, front wheel drive, a five-speed gearbox, thick and considerably slower-rusting metal sheeting than many German colleagues could offer, and driving characteristics that resulted in the car winning the world rally racing championship in 1972. In short, an icon. With that knowledge in mind, coupled with the remarkable condition in which I found this car in ...

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Lancia Flavia Coupe 1800 1st Series '67 €33,950,-

Lancia Flavia Coupe 1800 1st Series '67 €33,950,-

Whenever I acquire a car, I always take a final test ride before putting her up for sale. And I always drive down a stretch of highway in order to see how the mechanics handle the higher speeds. While test driving this car, I inadvertently sped passed a police car, which then pursued and signaled for me to Stop! The officers (why do they always have mustaches?) later said that they had been discussing whether it was Ferrari or Maserati that had sped passed them. Gentleman, it is a Lancia! Nevertheless, they stood there discussing the matter, and eventually the rather surprised driver was allowed to go on his way. Purchase this his car and I promise you that you will often be the ce ...

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Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato 1600HF '72 €49.950,-

Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato 1600HF '72 €49.950,-

In all the years I have been working with cars there is something which keeps attracting me to the Fulvia Zagato. Might it be her undervalued underdog position, or are the ever so distinct Zagato lines what keep me fascinated? A beautiful and clever woman with character has never failed to be more attractive than a bimbo with perfect proportions. Fact is, there are hardly any other comparable cars out there, particularly not with this sophisticated level of design. To keep the engine as flat as possible a V4 block was designed with an angle of just 11 degrees which made it possible to have it sit in the car very low indeed. Furthermore cutting-edge features such as front wheel driv ...

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Range Rover Evoque Dynamic '11 78.000km €37.950,-

Range Rover Evoque Dynamic '11 78.000km €37.950,-

With the introduction of the Range Rover Evoque a surge of excitement made its way through the International car world. The traditional English had ultimately come up with an outstanding design achievement, designer Gerry Mcgovern made the very first step with the Evoque creating the current successful Land Rover models. And highly successful the Evoque is! Evidently because of the refined design nonetheless because it is still a Land Rover, in its class she offers maximum ground clearance and is eligible to tackle nearly all terrains. Whether you will need this in the high street or on the school run that's the question, a feeling of optimum safety, this high and in this case four ...

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Range Rover Classic '84 'outstanding' €29,950,-

Range Rover Classic '84 'outstanding' €29,950,-

The original. Or, as the marketing slogan for the Range Rover proclaimed when launched in 1970: 'A car for all reasons'. Comfortable, practical and, thanks to the high ground clearance, suited for virtually every terrain. The success of this concept has since been proved; just take a look around the nation's roads, although those glossy, prestige vehicles have little to do with the original, which offered fun and recreation for off-roaders, yet could also be used for daily transport. Today, it’s recommended that the 'Vogue' always stays on paved roads. This car we offer here was not actually used for off-road driving – as the pristine undercarriage attests to – but still, it’s nice ...

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Range Rover Evoque Prestige '12 57.000km €41.595,-

Range Rover Evoque Prestige '12 57.000km €41.595,-

With the introduction of the Range Rover Evoque a surge of excitement made its way through the International car world. The traditional English had ultimately come up with an outstanding design achievement, designer Gerry Mcgovern made the very first step with the Evoque creating the current successful Land Rover models. And highly successful the Evoque is! Evidently because of the refined design nonetheless because it is still a Land Rover, in its class she offers maximum ground clearance and is eligible to tackle nearly all terrains. Whether you will need this in the high street or on the school run that's the question, a feeling of optimum safety, this high and in this case four ...

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Maserati Quattroporte III 4.9 Automatico '80 59,000km 'competition-ready condition' €36,950

Maserati Quattroporte III 4.9 Automatico '80 59,000km 'competition-ready condition' €36,950

By the late 1970s, it had become painfully clear to Citroën that the Italians working under French leadership felt like one of Gordon Ramsey’s kitchen helpers. Fortunately, there was an Argentinian with a great sense for what discerning, stylist motorists of the day wanted, and he then set about getting everyone in Modena and Milan onboard. DeTomaso commissioned Giorgetto Giugiaro, of Italdesign, to develop a rear-wheel driven sedan with a traditionally powerful V8 engine under the hood. Tomaso however did not have access to modern marketing tools or Gallup polling in order to get a sense of what people most wanted in a car. He instead had to trust his instincts, and was proved rig ...

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Maserati Quattroporte III 4.9 Automatico '82 80,400km €29,950,-

Maserati Quattroporte III 4.9 Automatico '82 80,400km €29,950,-

By the late 1970s, it had become painfully clear to Citroën that the Italians working under French leadership felt like one of Gordon Ramsey’s kitchen helpers. Fortunately, there was an Argentinian with a great sense for what discerning, stylist motorists of the day wanted, and he then set about getting everyone in Modena and Milan onboard. DeTomaso commissioned Giorgetto Giugiaro, of Italdesign, to develop a rear-wheel driven sedan with a traditionally powerful V8 engine under the hood. DeTomaso however did not have access to modern marketing tools or Gallup polling in order to get a sense of what people most wanted in a car. He instead had to trust his instincts, and was proved r ...

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Maserati GranCabrio 2012 32.000km €109.950,- (€79.950 ex. bpm)

Maserati GranCabrio 2012 32.000km €109.950,- (€79.950 ex. bpm)

Perhaps the nicest creation designed by Pininfarina since the 1970s, according many even the prettiest 4-seater convertible for sale at this moment. The Maserati GranCabrio. Definitely the most spacious convertible which brings so much excitement. Italian characteristics, style and sensation in one package. Calm and gentle cruising is what the GranCabrio does just as well as performing on a spirited drive. That excitement, that seems to disappear more and more in premium cars, is worthy of being called a true sensation due to a valve in the exhaust that opens automatically by exceeding 3000rpm. Not overwhelming of course, the exhaust sound made by the V8 distributed by Ferrari has ...

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Maserati Mistral 3700 '65 €229.500,-

Maserati Mistral 3700 '65 €229.500,-

In 1964, Maserati launched the successor to the 3500GT, a sports car named for the famously cold, Southern French wind that comes from the north, Le Mistral, which was a name that also sought to express the speed at which the car could move. The idea for the project’s name – which had previously been dubbed 'Due Posti' (two places) - came from the French Maserati importer. The design meanwhile came from the Italian designer, Frua, and was widely deemed to be the most beautiful creation ever seen. Technologically, the car was mighty impressive, owing to the motorization and use of the reliable German ZF gearbox. The six-cylinder, double-ignition engine was a direct descendent of the ...

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Mercedes Benz 380SEL '82 9,970km € 29,950,-

Mercedes Benz 380SEL '82 9,970km € 29,950,-

Friday, 24 July 2014, Mercedes Benz sales department in Stuttgart: “Good morning Mr. Benz, this is Gottfried from Munich on the telephone. After 32 years of reliable service, I’d like to buy a new W126 380SEL Limousine.” “But Gottfried, you realize that no 380SEL’s were built after 1985? “Well, that’s unfortunate, Mr. Benz, because it’s a perfect car!” “Yes I know, Gottfried, but you should visit Witmer & Odijk in the Netherlands, as I’ve heard they have one in stock.” And there we can leave Gottfried, talking with his wife about what to do and whether he should undertake the long trip to Warmond. But indeed who wouldn’t want to take a seat in this classic time machine? As long as ...

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Mercedes Benz 300SL '86 117,000km

Mercedes Benz 300SL '86 117,000km

The Mercedes Benz W107 series has become a highly esteemed classic, widely regarded today as one of the premier German carmaker’s most beautiful designs. Unsurprisingly, this car with ‘star’ allure has claimed a starring role in many Hollywood movies. However, the entire series is not only renowned for its beautiful looks, but also for the highly reliable and comfortable driving experience, with the later models in the series (from 1985), the 300 and 500SL, deemed the finest driving of all. Thanks to the lower weight and more fuel-efficient engine, the 300SL is currently the most highly sought-after. Cars such as this that are currently being celebrated are often opportunistically ...

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Mercedes Benz S320 '00 68.000km €17.950,- bijtellingsvriendelijk

Mercedes Benz S320 '00 68.000km €17.950,- bijtellingsvriendelijk

Das Haus in alle bescheidenheid. Beter gezegd een Mercedes S-klasse in alle bescheidenheid. Voor wie de degelijkheid, rijeigenschappen en het ultieme comfort van de S-klasse dagelijks wil ervaren zonder daar op afgerekend te worden. Als gevolg van de ingetogen vormgeving, waarmee Mercedes destijds een nieuwe weg insloeg, presenteert de auto zich niet nadrukkelijk terwijl bijvoorbeeld de binnenruimte toenam ten opzichte van het voorgaande, aanzienlijk grotere, S-klasse model. Het ontwerp was tevens een antwoord op de kritiek die de grote wat hoekige voorganger kreeg. Het was ook de vooral in Europa en Amerika geuite wens om subtieler met luxe en kapitalistisch ogende vervoersmiddele ...

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Mercedes Benz 280 SL Pagode Automaat '69 geheel gerestaureerd

Mercedes Benz 280 SL Pagode Automaat '69 geheel gerestaureerd

Hoewel het woord 'pagode' doet denken aan verre exotisch oorden kreeg de W113 serie van Mercedes zijn legendarische bijnaam nadat in een saai Duits industrieel gebouw designer Paul Braque de zo kenmerkende hardtop voor dit model ontwierp. Met als doel goed zicht en voldoende hoofdruimte voor bestuurder en passagier. Het dak knikte, zoals een pagode-dak, door in het midden als gevolg van de vergrote hoofdruimte en diende daarom als naamgever. Opvallend, het was tenslotte een autotype wat nadrukkelijk als roadster in de markt werd gezet. Sterker, de W113 serie moest de toen al legendarische 300SL Roadster gaan vervangen. Een terugkerend stijlelement van deze auto is bijvoorbeeld de g ...

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Mercedes Benz 250SE Sedan '67 €20,950,-

Mercedes Benz 250SE Sedan '67 €20,950,-

The Mercedes S-class remains the most evocative of Das Haus’ top model range. For many people, the S for Sonder class (or Super class) marks the highest achievement on four wheels. However, the W108 series, produced from 1965 to 1972, was not yet christened the S-Class back then, although this is now regarded as the actual start of the S-Class, which exists to this day. The W108 model also already had the large S after the model designation. The added ‘E’ stands for Einspritz, or injection in English. The 250SE models were the first to leave the factory in Stuttgart in 1965, and owing to their authenticity and purity are now the rising stars in the world of classic cars, especially ...

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Mercedes Benz S430 '00 31.000km €19.950,-

Mercedes Benz S430 '00 31.000km €19.950,-

Das Haus in alle bescheidenheid. Beter gezegd een Mercedes S-klasse in alle bescheidenheid. Voor wie de degelijkheid, rijeigenschappen en het ultieme comfort van de S-klasse dagelijks wil ervaren zonder daar op afgerekend te worden. Als gevolg van de ingetogen vormgeving, waarmee Mercedes destijds een nieuwe weg insloeg, presenteert de auto zich niet nadrukkelijk terwijl bijvoorbeeld de binnenruimte toenam ten opzichte van het voorgaande, aanzienlijk grotere, S-klasse model. Het ontwerp was tevens een antwoord op de kritiek die de grote wat hoekige voorganger kreeg. Het was ook de vooral in Europa en Amerika geuite wens om subtieler met luxe en kapitalistisch ogende vervoersmiddele ...

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Mercedes Benz 280 SL Roadster W107 Automaat '77

Mercedes Benz 280 SL Roadster W107 Automaat '77

De W107 SL serie van Mercedes is een geliefd klassiek model van Das Haus geworden vanwege de klassieke uitstraling relatief moderne rijeigenschappen. Een W107 SL is tevens zeer betrouwbaar, dus betaalbaar te rijden. Bovendien zijn de exemplaren uit de eerste bouwjaren reeds wegenbelastingvrij, een fijne bijkomstigheid bij een auto die meestal niet het gehele jaar gebruikt wordt. Dit exemplaar werd door ons ingeruild en is voor deze zeer aantrekkelijke prijs te koop. De auto heeft een hardtop, een nieuwe donkerbruine softtop en mooi donkerbruin leer. De carrosserie is geheel roestvrij en dat is geen vanzelfsprekendheid bij een klassieke Mercedes. De 6 cylinder 280SL is een zuinige e ...

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Mercedes Benz 280SE Sedan '72 €19,950,-

Mercedes Benz 280SE Sedan '72 €19,950,-

The leading Italian classic car magazine, ‘Ruoteclassiche’, regularly publishes a comprehensive overview of the current popularity of classic cars. Among the top ten fastest climbers on the list are Lancia Fulvia, BMW CS, and Mercedes W108 S-Class. And of course there is good reason why the general public has now discovered what Mercedes aficionados and collectors long knew: the W108 is Mercedes at its best. A beautiful, timeless design, advanced technology (yet no irresponsible risks taken), comfortable and safe. The 108 series proved to be a resounding success for Mercedes. Thanks to the abundant use of chrome and her classic, 1960s stylish airs, she is the best-looking, best dri ...

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Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda automatic '68

Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda automatic '68

Although the word "pagoda" conjures up distant, exotic locales, Mercedes’ W113 series got its legendary nickname from a rather dull German industrial building designer, Paul Braque, who designed the model’s characteristic hardtop. His goal was to create good visibility and spacious headroom for the driver and passenger, and that he did. The roof is elevated - like a pagoda roof - in the middle, hence the increased headroom and the name. Rather remarkably, this model was explicitly marketed as a roadster. Moreover, the W113 series was earmarked to replace the already legendary 300SL Roadster, and hence, one of the car’s recurring style elements is for example the similarity of the ...

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Saab 900 Convertible Low Pressure Turbo '91 €11.950,-

Saab 900 Convertible Low Pressure Turbo '91 €11.950,-

Mid 1980s the American Saab importer came up with the idea of selling a convertible version of the already successfully landed 900, especially in the sunny states of the US a convertible 900 would be considered very attractive. In Sweden this was not particularly a priority. Understandable. And so it started. 900 hardtops were delivered to Valmet ( reputable producer in the industry, that for example built the Boxster for Porsche) located in Finland where they made the cars into convertibles. Evidently equipped with needed reinforcement and different doors to hug the large sills. This production process made it very costly to build a 900 convertible. As a result of this, and high t ...

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Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 '80

Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 '80

In de vijftiger jaren vroegen de in Japan gestationeerde Amerikanen aan Toyota om een vierwiel aangedreven auto die de US Army aldaar kon gebruiken. Toyota nam het verzoek zeer serieus en ontwikkelde de inmiddels wereldberoemde Land Cruiser. Een no-nonsense ontwerp wat onder bijna alle omstandigheden het te betreden terrein aan kon. Zo degelijk gebouwd dat uitval minimaal bleek en Land Cruisers in de praktijk goed zijn voor vele honderdduizenden kilometers. In het geval van de BJ40 met afneembare hardtop ook nog eens onder zonnige omstandigheden, daarom bijvoorbeeld ook geliefd onder strandliefhebbers. Een BJ40 is onder liefhebbers ook bekend als flink roestgevoelig. Dit bijzonder ...

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Triumph TR4A IRS '65 €39,950,-

Triumph TR4A IRS '65 €39,950,-

With their sights set on cash-rich America, Triumph strived to pocket as many dollars as possible on the other side of the ocean in the years following World War II, especially in the warmer US states where open-top driving in a European sports car translated into triumphant Triumph sales. Following the TR2 and TR3, came the TR4, which was designed by Italian designer, Michelotti, whose contribution ensured a stunningly beautiful design deemed by many to be finest in Triumph’s entire TR series. Due to the priority that Triumph executives gave to the US market, relatively few of these cars were sold in Europe, although the TR4 was particularly successful in Italy, thanks to its Ital ...

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Volvo 945 Polar Estate '93 62.000km! €13.950,-

Volvo 945 Polar Estate '93 62.000km! €13.950,-

Impossible to locate, the lowest mileage of all 945s on the European market, one time offer only, and many other superlatives went through my head when thinking of how I was going to introduce you to this Volvo. All in all, a special find. A 940/945 that did not run 300.000km truly is the proverbial exception to the rule. They are so incredibly good, they will drive you round the world ten times, without any trouble that is. Nine out of ten cars lived a hard life as a daily family car, with ditto consequences. A classic Ferrari with 62000km would be easier to find than this Volvo. Furthermore built to a quality you can now no longer find in the car industry. Sensible, safe, and sup ...

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Volvo 245 Estate Super Polar '92 133,000km €12,950,-

Volvo 245 Estate Super Polar '92 133,000km €12,950,-

For twenty years Volvo built the renowned 240 series. Few cars have ever experienced so much success. The model – immediately recognizable and unlike no other – became an outright classic. Nevertheless, during a daily drive you may encounter one, although rarely one looking so healthy. A 245 drives effortlessly, even after half a million kilometers, but that also means that rarely are they to find so beautiful and rust-free. Yet whomever wants to transport themselves and everything else has here an extremely loyal workhorse. And one who wishes to take great pride in her goods looks need look no further than her here. Moreover, a car with such low mileage offers even more continuity ...

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