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  • RefCode: TA1164087
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: XJ
  • Derivative: XJ13 'All Aluminium' Recreation
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 301
  • Mileage (KM): 484
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Jaguar XJ13 was a one off sports prototype, which brought Jaguars racecar division out of retirement to produce in 1965. The XJ13 was designed to go head to head with Ferrari and Ford in an attempt to end their dominance at Le Mans and put Jaguar back on the winners podium. In 1967 the car was extensively tested at MIRA proving ground. After some mechanical and handling issues had been ironed out the XJ13 completed a lap of the the No 1 circuit in 62.8 seconds at 161.6 mph. For many years this impressive achievement remained in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest speed recorded for a lap of an enclosed British circuit. Soon after, the rules were changed at Le Mans and cars with engines of more than 3000cc were banned from the race rendering the XJ13 obsolete before it competed in a single race. In anticipation of Jaguar's launch of their first production V12 in the E-type, it was decided that a short film of the XJ13 would spice up proceedings. With this in mind Jaguar returned the XJ13to MIRA where Norman Dewis took to the wheel so that they may capture some suitable footage. On the final lap of the banked circuit, one of the rear wheels disintegrated and the XJ13 bounced off the safety fence and rolled end over end into a ploughed infield. Dewis walked away unhurt, a fine tribute to the inherent strength of the monocoque chassis design. Two years after the accident Jaguar painstakingly rebuilt the car and it has remained on display with them up until the present day. This Jaguar XJ13 All Aluminium Recreation offered exclusively by Autostorico Ltd was painstakingly built over a seven year period by a renowned Jaguar specialist with unique bodywork by Shapecraft to LMP specification. Featuring a tubular steel monocoque tub section and clad in aluminium with front structured sub-frames mounting push rod suspension and steering. The rear structure includes an adaptor plate mounting engine/trans axle with gas adjustable push rod suspension system using Ohlins TTX units. There is an additional front crash box with mounting for radiator. The custom designed suspension components utilise Teflon lined aerospace spec rod ends with Jaguar donor suspension components including front and rear uprights. A specialist adjustable pedal box, Bias adjustable servo assisted front and rear brakes, Jaguar front and rear callipers with vented, drilled discs mean considerable stopping power. The Jaguar XJ13 comes with cast replica wheels with knock on peg drive spinner kits and a 6litre Jaguar V12 engine which produces 360 bhp at the flywheel, electronic synchronous fuel injection system with Syvec S8 ECU, assisted cold start and individual plug coil overs. In addition the car features full flow stainless steel exhausts finished with Titanium heat wrap, an aluminium large core radiator, silicone hoses, stainless steel connector pipes and Spal 11 inch race fans. An Audi 6-speed gearbox with Quaife LSD, uprated carbon gear synchros - cable shift with Ringspann custom stainless spiral lined cables, a custom manufactured billet flywheel with an Audi RS4 clutch and Motor Sport specification drive shafts are fitted with a generic mid engine wiring loom, Wosp 180amp alternator and hi-torq starter. Original gauges have been fully refurbished and converted to electronic. The Shapecraft aluminium all English bodywork, doors, boot, bonnet and access panels are detailed and riveted as per the original. Fitted with a TripleX glass windscreen the side windows are 5mm Plexi glass with 4mmPlexi glass engine cover screen. Two aluminium baffled fuel cells joined through the chassis, Facet red top fuel pumps, a Bosche high pressure fuel pump and easy access fuel filters are all connected with Aeroquip braided hoses and connectors. Customised seats in trimmed leather are complemented by Sabelt 3-point FIA specification racing harnesses in this extremely rare specification racing Jaguar. Supplied with a comprehensive history file including; photographic build records, current V5 registration document and current MOT. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1145036
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: V8
  • Derivative: Series III
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,974
  • Mileage (Miles): 121,912
  • Mileage (KM): 196,198
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

David Browns ambition to take Aston Martin to new heights required a more powerful V8 engine to replace their established straight six. Whilst the DBS went into production in 1967 it wasnt until two years later that the car received the new, more powerful, V8. The V8 powered DBS ensured Aston could offer one of the fastest production cars in the world. Unfortunately, this was not enough to return Aston Martin to profit and as such David Brown sold the company to Company Developments in 1972. After Company Developments acquisition of Aston Martin work started on a comprehensive facelift of the DBSV8. The main visual differences were the adoption of single headlamps and a revised front grille. Now known as the AMV8, the car retained the Bosch mechanical fuel injection system until August 1973, when four twin choke Weber carburettors were fitted, together with updates to the interior trim, a bigger bonnet bulge to clear the carburettor air box and a re-designed fuel tank to allow more luggage space. Powered by the Tadek Marek designed all aluminium 5.3 litre V8 engine producing in excess of 310 bhp, the AMV8 was capable of accelerating from rest to 60 mph in just 6.1 secs and on to a claimed top speed of 140 mph. The Aston Martin V8 offered here at Autostorico is 1974 Series III example which was supplied new in the UK. Finished in Blue metallic with Blue leather interior this rare manual car has covered 121,912 miles. This collectable Aston Martin is made rarer still by the addition of a factory fit sunroof. The car has been in the same family ownership for the last 17 years and during that time has benefited from a mechanical overhaul. The current owner has had the car out in Sardinia for the last two years and has recently driven the car back to the UK without it missing a beat. Whilst the car is mechanically sound it would benefit from some cosmetic attention as the body work is starting to show signs of corrosion. The car comes complete with an owners manual and history file detailing mechanical works completed over the years by the likes of Pugsley & Lewis Ltd, Trinity Engineering and Mike Morgan. The car is also supplied with a number of previous MOTs to corroborate the mileage. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1170091
  • Make: FRAZER NASH
  • Model: LE MANS
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,952
  • Mileage (Miles): 2,333
  • Mileage (KM): 3,754
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Le Mans Replica was the most sporting model produced by Frazer Nash in its post-War era. Initially called the Competition model, it was renamed in honour of the Frazer Nash that came 3rd overall at Le Mans in 1949. Only 29 were made between 1949 and 1954, of which only 7 were the much rarer MkII version. Powered by a six-cylinder 2-litre Bristol engine, the Le Mans Rep was a quick and nimble vehicle which was competitive against the period Ferraris and Jaguars. Le Mans Reps were successful in competition and raced with distinction at events as diverse as the Mille Miglia, Targa Florio, Le Mans 24 Hours and Goodwood Nine-Hours. This stunning Le Mans Replica MarkII, Chassis no. FN176, driven by Stirling Moss at Monaco and offered here exclusively by Autostorico was the second of seven MkII Le Mans Reps built on the parallel tube chassis. It was fitted with a BS1 engine, ultra close-ratio gearbox, lightweight Marston radiator and oil cooler, Alfin brake drums with lightened back plates and lightened bolt-on Austin wheels. The narrower chassis allowed the body to be built to minimum race regulations and was 36in wide at the cockpit with no passenger door. There was a 15.5 gallon aluminium petrol tank and the spare wheel was mounted vertically in the boot with a detachable tail section. The Le Mans Rep was completed in May 1952 and retained as a works race and development car. After completion, it competed in the Prix de Monte Carlo, a race for two-litre sports cars held on 1st June 1952 as a support race for the Monaco Grand Prix. Stirling Moss set the fastest time in practice in the car achieving pole but retired whilst disputing second place in the race. Ken Wharton was then engaged as works driver and he finished second in the car at the Jersey Road Race on 10th July 1952. The FN176 then won the 100 mile race for sports cars up to two litres at Boreham on 2nd August beating Mike Hawthorn. Wharton then raced the car at Thruxton (third), Shelsley Walsh (first in class), Goodwood (third), Castle Coombe (third) and Charterhall (fourth). At Goodwood in September Wharton used the car in a Formula 2 race. With a one minute start over larger cars (DB3S Aston Martins, C-Type Jaguars and a 4.1 litre Ferrari) FN176 finished second on handicap (third on distance covered) in the British Empire Trophy Race on the Isle of Man on 18th June 1953. Tony Crook then finished second (two litre car), in the Unlimited Sports Car Race supporting the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on 18th July. Roy Salvadori was at the wheel at Snetterton on 25th July and won the 2-litre sports car race as well as competing in the Formula 2 race. The car then finished second at Goodwood on 28th September in a five lap sports car race. The Le Mans Rep was rebuilt during July-August 1954 and renumbered chassis number FN176A. The chassis was lightened and fitted with ZF limited slip differential and light alloy-rimmed wire wheels. The engine was changed for BS4/504 and a new aluminium-alloy body was fitted. The body was similar to a Le Mans MkII but had a different shaped nose and grille. The colour was Bristol Green. The car was raced by Ken Wharton at Aintree on 2nd October 1954 where it finished third in class, then by Tony Brooks at Snetterton on 9th October finishing fourth in class. At Goodwood on Easter Monday, 11th April 1955, Brooks finished second in a five lap race for 2-litre sports cars. He then won the 2-litre class at Silverstones International Trophy Meeting on 7th May. At Goodwood again on 30th May this Le Mans Rep finished fourth (second in class). The aluminium-alloy body was removed from the chassis in mid-1955 and replaced with a full-width Microplas Mistral glass fibre body. The cars only race in this configuration was the Dundrod TT on 17th September 1955, where Ken Wharton was involved in a fiery multiple pile up just after Deers Leap on the second lap. The car was very badly damaged and taken back to Isleworth. The 1954/5 aluminium-alloy body remained at Falcon Works still with the Frazer Nash brass plate on the bulkhead stamped 421/200/176A.This body was subsequently fitted to a Singer 9 chassis and retained registration XMG6. In the 1970s, renowned engineer, Dick Crosthwaite, was building a small run of replica Frazer Nash using his own chassis built with various Nash and Bristol parts. The chassis plate and reg no. XMG6 were then applied to the Crosthwaite Le Mans Rep, the original Frazer Nash 1954 aluminium-alloy body being acquired via a third party. The renowned Frazer Nash expert, Bill Roberts, was commissioned by Jonathan Bradburn after acquisition of the original body complete with its chassis plate and registration number to return FN176A to its 1954 form with all the correct original parts and was completed in the early 2000s. The car is offered with a rebuilt spare original engine and the highly competitive engine in the car has only a few hours use. This stunning example of a true racing legend comes with a fully documented restoration and racing history including the Stirling Moss pole at Monaco. The car complete with an MSA-validated Historic Technical Passport which enables the car to comply with FIA requirements for historic competition. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1169704
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: F-TYPE
  • Derivative: V8 S
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,013
  • Mileage (Miles): 29,633
  • Mileage (KM): 47,689
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

The Jaguar F-Type is a two-door, two-seater, sports car based on a shortened platform of the XK Convertible. The convertible was launched at the 2012 Paris Motor Show and went into production in 2013. The F-Type is the spiritual successor to the famous E-Type and uses an all-aluminium chassis, assembled with flush rivets and glue. Sound and vibration insulation is provided by the addition of a special underbody tray and engine mounts, and a double bulkhead between the engine bay and passenger compartment. The convertible roof is an electrically operated retractable fabric hood. Jaguar says by eschewing metal it can keep the cars centre of gravity low, while a Thinsulate layer means thermal and sound insulation is akin to a sold roof. At launch the F-Type was offered with three engine variants, two versions of the supercharged 3.0 litre with 335bhp and 375bhp in S specification. The range topping V8 S boasted 488 bhp. This impressive power plant propelled the V8 S from 0-62 mph in just 4.2 seconds and on to a top speed of 186 mph. The Jaguar F-Type V8 S Convertible offered here at Autostorico is a 2013 13 plate and is finished in Satellite Blue metallic with Cirrus Grey leather interior. Having covered 29,633 miles this stunning example boasts a full main dealer service history most recently carried out by Lookers of Amersham at 29,306 miles in June 2019. Specification highlights include; 20 Tornado alloy wheels, Sports seats, Dark Hex aluminium dash finisher, Wind deflector, Navigation, Meridian sound system inc. DAB radio, Bluetooth, Active sports exhaust, Cruise control and Floor mats. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1184566
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: SL-CLASS
  • Derivative: SL500 Silver Arrow
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 52,251
  • Mileage (KM): 84,089
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

Quite a few cars from Mercedes-Benz are modern classics right from the beginning. Every SL model to do date falls within this category. The Mercedes-Benz SL series was established in 1954 with the launch of the 190 SL, which the company explicitly described as a touring sports car. At the same time the 300 SL Gullwing was presented, which can be put in the super sports category. The fourth SL generation was the R 129 series built from 1989 to 2002, which set standards with its design and its many innovations. The design was the work of Bruno Sacco. It presents itself with the clear lines and strong sense of composure that characterises the appearance of all Mercedes-Benz vehicles from the outgoing 1980s well into the 1990s. In the case of the SL series this is complemented by the attributes of a touring sports car long bonnet, two seats, compact rear end, all packed into a slightly wedge-shaped body, it all goes to make the SL an icon on wheels that signals dynamism and sportiness, but also comfort and elegance as well. The perfection of its design was recognised early on, in 1990 the R 129 series was the recipient of the Car Design Award. The Mercedes-Benz SL500 Silver Arrow Limited Edition offered here at Autostorico is one of the 100 UK supplied cars and was first registered in March 2002. Having covered a mere 52,251 miles this stunning example is finished in Silver Arrow Silver metallic with Grey and Black leather interior. Boasting a comprehensive service history, the last of which was carried out by PKF Engineering a Mercedes specialist in Salisbury in April 2018. Specification highlights include; Factory panoramic hardtop, Climate control, Cruise control, 18 Alloy wheels, Electric seats with memory, Heated seats, CD auto-changer and Wind-deflector. This stunning SL is the perfect opportunity to own a usable classic, which will certainly appreciate over time. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1153983
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 360 MODENA
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,999
  • Mileage (Miles): 34,264
  • Mileage (KM): 55,142
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The 360 Modena was announced at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show to replace the beloved F355 that had enjoyed a five year production run. After the charismatic beauty of the F355, the 360 Modena was a radical styling departure for Ferrari. Gone was the central egg crate radiator grille. Aerodynamic considerations played a major part in the design of the 360 Modena, thus the front featured twin radiator inlet grilles, one either side, allowing airflow to pass under the raised centre section feeding air to the twin rear diffusers, increasing downforce as the cars speed rises. The engine was a derivative of the F355 with a small increase in cubic capacity to 3.6 litres, hence the 360 model designation. The longitudinally mid-mounted, 90 degree V8 engine had an actual cubic capacity of 3586cc, with a bore and stroke of 85mm x 79mm, five valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts per bank, and dry sump lubrication. The block, cylinder heads, sump, and sundry castings were all constructed from light alloy. A Bosch Motronic ME 7.3 combined fuel injection/ignition engine management system was fitted, featuring a fly by wire throttle system, and a variable back pressure exhaust system, to provide a claimed power output of 400bhp, which equates to 112 bhp/litre, driving through a six speed manual transmission. The Ferrari 360 Modena offered here at Autostorico is a 1999 V plate which has covered just 34,264 miles from new. This stunning example was supplied new by Maranello Sales of Egham on the 22nd of October 1999 and is finished in Rosso Corsa with Nero leather and Rosso stitch. This beautiful 360 offers an excellent specification with such highlights as; Giallo rev counter, Rosso brake callipers, Challenge Rear Grille, original Ferrari toolkit and Cavallino in the headrests. The car boasts an excellent service history having been carried out by a mix of Ferrari main agents and latterly by QV London, a well respected Ferrari specialist. The most recent QV service was carried out at 34,112 miles and included replacement cambelt in 2018. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1176892
  • Make: MG
  • Model: A
  • Derivative: 1800 MK1 Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,960
  • Mileage (Miles): 36,500
  • Mileage (KM): 58,741
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The MGA replaced the MG TF 1500 Midget and represented a complete styling break from MG's earlier sports cars. Launched to the public at the 1955 Frankfurt motor show with its radically streamlined steel body the MGA was a big leap forward in technology for MG. Concerned about how such a radically streamlined car would be accepted, MG chose to debut two prototype cars at the Le Mans 24-hour race. The prototyped cars finished a very respectable 5th and 6th in class, powered by the new B Series engine that had recently debuted in the MG Magnette saloon. The 1489 cc engine produced 68 bhp initially, but was soon uprated to 72 bhp. Offering impressive performance with a 0-60 mph time of just 16 seconds and onto a top speed of 98 mph. During its production a total of 101,081 cars were sold with a mere 5869 being produced for the home market. Other significant improvements included hydraulic Lockheed drum brakes all round, rack and pinion steering and independent coil spring suspension to the front andsemi-elliptic springs to the rear. The MGA 1800 Mark 1 Roadster offered here at Autostorico was first registered in 1960. This stunning example is finished in Chariot Red with Black leather interior. The car has two common (for MGA) modifications: Gold standard factory engine exchange for MGB 1800 engine (1975), and a 5 speed synchromesh gearbox which gives the car more modern driving characteristics. The car has recently undergone a full restoration between 2015 and 2017 with post run-in engine tuning by Piper Special Vehicles in Bristol. The most recent work included; engine overhaul / tuning, full service including post restoration snagging, installation of new 5 speed gearbox, new 12v gel battery, installation of seatbelts, new Kenlowe fan. For the bodywork restoration all equipment was removed followed by shot blasting, welding where necessary and painted with industrial chassis paint. Specification highlights include; Original MGA steering wheel, wire wheels with knock off spinners, hood with side screens. The vehicle has seven recorded previous keepers and documentation includes a list from DVLA of previous owners and has much history and many receipts. A truly unique opportunity to own such a stunning example of a true British classic, which will certainly appreciate over time. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1165280
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: XK120
  • Derivative: Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,953
  • Mileage (Miles): 66,657
  • Mileage (KM): 107,274
  • Colour: Black
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Jaguar XK120 was the first post war sports car to be built following Jaguars hugely successful SS100. The XK120 was launched at the 1948 London Motor Show as the test-bed and show car for the new Jaguar 3.4 litre six cylinder XK engine. The alloy cylinder head, twin side-draft SU carburettors and duel overhead-cam 3.4 litre unit produced a staggering 180bhp. The XK 120 proved an instant hit and went into immediate production on the orders of Sir William Lyons. The first 242 roadsters were hand-built Ash framed with aluminium bodies. Production switched to steel in early 1950. The Jaguar factory supplied the worlds press with a couple of XK120s which they tested to their optimum performance in Belgium on a long, straight, stretch of road between Jabbeke and Ostend. The cars achieved speeds reaching in excess of Jaguars claimed 120 mph, making it the worlds fastest production car. Production was heavily biased towards the export market with a tiny number of cars remaining in the United Kingdom. The XK120 remained in production for 6 years and during this time successfully competed in many race and rally events including the Mille Miglia, Le Mans 24hr, Targa Florio. It also achieved a win in the Alpine Rally. The Jaguar XK120 Roadster Chassis no: 661092, offered here at Autostorico was first registered in July 1953. Supplied new by Skurrays Limited, Swindon to its first owner C Griffith of Stoke Poges in Buckinghamshire. Issued with the registration number KAM 505 this matching numbers XK120 is finished in Black with Red leather interior. With invoices on file dating back to 1971 this stunning example has had just 4 former keepers since 1953. In the mid 1990s it underwent a full body off restoration that also included a rebuild of its original engine. Since then its been sparingly used with a comprehensive service carried out in 2019 including a rebuild of the carburettors, full ignition service along with a brake and suspension overhaul. The car comes complete with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate, current V5 registration document and a large file including various invoices and other related materials. Finding a RHD XK120 in its original specification that still sits on steels and spats is not easy. Fortunately this superb example ticks all the right boxes. This is the perfect opportunity to own a true British classic which will certainly appreciate further over time. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1173123
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SL Pagoda
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 60,043
  • Mileage (KM): 96,630
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Mercedes-Benz W113 SL was launched at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show as the replacement for the popular W121 SL 190. Penned by Mercedes lead designer, Paul Bracq, as principally a two-seater luxury sports touring convertible with a slightly concave hardtop, which inspired the Pagoda nickname. All models were equipped with six-cylinder engines with multipoint fuel injection. The bonnet, boot lid, door skins and tonneau cover were made of aluminium to reduce weight, this combined with excellent suspension, powerful brakes made for superb handling. Mercedes launched the 280 SL in December 1967 with production ending in February 1971. Boasting 168 bhp with the option of either an automatic or manual transmission the 280 SL was capable of speeds in excess of 124 mph making for effortless European touring. The Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Pagoda offered here at Autostorico was supplied in France in 1971, before being shipped to Virginia in the USA. Finished in its original Sandy Beige Metallic with Cognac leather interior and Black soft top, this lovely matching numbers example remained in the USA until 1991 when it returned to Ireland. Purchased by its current owner in 2015 the car has been maintained to an exceptionally high standard. Work was entrusted to Pagoda marque specialist Paul Bracq Atelier in Bordeaux which is run by Boris Bracq the son of Mercedes retired lead designer Paul Bracq. Invoices totalling 28,000 for recent work include; full engine rebuild including new pistons and re-bore, fuel system overhaul, radiator refurb, new exhaust system, gearbox overhaul, new clutch and paintwork. Offered for sale with its factory hardtop, current V5 registration document and a history file containing numerous invoices, photographic record of recent works and other related material. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1170092
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 190
  • Derivative: SL Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,960
  • Mileage (Miles): 94,411
  • Mileage (KM): 151,939
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Mercedes Benz 190SL is a two-door grand touring convertible with removable hardtop. The SL debuted at the New York Auto Show in 1954 before going into full production in early 1955. The Mercedes 190SL took many of its design cues from its big brother the more expensive race-bred 300SL, the road going version of the Mille Miglia winning SLR. The two cars however, were quite different. Whilst the 300SL had a purpose-built tubular spaceframe (W198), its smaller sibling was built on a shortened version of the 'Ponton' saloon (W121) platform, which was of monocoque construction. The 190SL also boasted an all-new engine - an over-square SOHC straight-four unit of 1897cc that produced 105bhp, which was sufficient to propel the car to a maximum speed of 112mph. The engine was coupled to a manual four-speed gearbox. The suspension comprised double wishbones and coil springs at the front and a coil-sprung swing axle at the rear. Steering was provided by means of a recirculating ball system and braking bypower-assisted drums all round. Built to the highest standard, the 190SL featured a well-appointed cockpit offering comfort for its occupants and relatively generous luggage space. Options included a third seat placed transversely behind the front ones which was big enough to carry an adult. The 190SL continued in production until 1963, when both it and the 300SL were replaced by the 230SL (W113). The Mercedes Benz 190SL offered here at Autostorico is chassis no. 121.040.6500981, and was first registered on New Years Day 1956. Finished in Ivory with Red leather interior and a Black hood this stunning example was purchased from its long-term owner in 2016. Subject to careful restoration, documented from 1990, this 190SL is in immaculate condition throughout and drives as well as it looks. The 190SL is the perfect blend of style and build quality, and enhanced Mercedes reputation for elegance and a decent turn of speed. As an early 190SL from the 1955 model year this stunning car is a possible entrant to the Mille Miglia. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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