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  • RefCode: TA1185242
  • Make: MG
  • Model: B
  • Derivative: 'FIA - Appendix K' Race Car
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 35,205
  • Mileage (KM): 56,656
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Launched at the Earls Court Motor Show in October 1962, the MGB is a two-seater sports car manufactured and marketed by the British Motor Corporation (BMC), later British Leyland. The MGB brought MGs sports cars into the modern day, with its attractive slab-sided roadster body. Remaining in production until 1980 the MGB was Britains most successful sports car. The B utilised a monocoque chassis instead of the traditional body-on-frame construction used on both the MGA, MG T-Types and the MGBs rival, the Triumph TR series. Powered by British Leylands 95bhp B-Series engine the MGB offered spritely performance. The MGB also proved itself in the motorsport arena, successfully competing in events such as the Mote Carlo Rally, Spa 1000, Targa Florio and quickly became a favourite of many club racer. The MGB FIA Appendix K Race Car offered here at Autostorico is a 1965 registered car, finished in MG Tartan Red with contrasting White roof and Black interior trim. Purchased by its current owner a well-respected classic car engineer and historic racer, this fresh built ex. Clubsport race car has undergone a no expense spared nut and bolt restoration. Work started with a heritage shell with the early narrow tunnel, with attention then passing to its mechanical restoration. The engine being entrusted to marque experts Skiptune in Surrey, who fully re-built with Omega + 60 pistons and race cam, which when fitted with its 45 DCOE Webber Carburettor produces circa 120bhp. Other notable works included overhauling the suspension system, rear axle, brakes and gearbox including fitting a new AP clutch. An LCB exhaust is fitted along with an FIA approved foam filled alloy fuel tank, FIA roll cage and battery isolator. New wheels and tyres along with Harnesses (in date) and fire extinguisher complete thisstunning car. This is a perfect opportunity to own an un-raced, freshly built MGB ready for the season ahead at a fraction of the cost required to build it to the correct specification. Supplied with a current V5 registration certificate along with FIA papers valid until 2029 for Racing, Hill Climb and Rally use. Viewing strictly by appointment.

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  • RefCode: TA1191138
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 360 SPIDER
  • Derivative: F1 Spider
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,005
  • Mileage (Miles): 22,051
  • Mileage (KM): 35,487
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

The Ferrari 360 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 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. 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. This featured 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 transmission. The Ferrari 360 Spider F1 offered here at Autostorico is a 2005 54 plate which has covered just 22,009 miles from new. This stunning example was supplied new by Dick Lovett on the 1st January 2005 and is finished in Argento Nurburgring metallic with Nero leather. This beautiful 360 offers an excellent specification with such highlights as; Challenge style front and rear grille, CD changer, Battery conditioner, Lightweight racing seats, Leather rear shelf and door cards, original Ferrari toolkit and a 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 McGurk Performance Cars. The most recent service was carried out at 21,891 miles in January 2020 with the cambelt being replaced in January 2019. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1189548
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: F-TYPE
  • Derivative: V8 S
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,013
  • Mileage (Miles): 30,225
  • Mileage (KM): 48,642
  • 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 30,224 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: TA1189364
  • Make: MASERATI
  • Model: QUATTROPORTE
  • Derivative: 3.0 TD Shooting Brake
  • Category: Estate
  • Year: 2,016
  • Mileage (Miles): 8,714
  • Mileage (KM): 14,023
  • Colour: Grey
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

In 1963, Maserati made a remarkably bold move, introducing the first ever luxury sports sedan. It took a successful V8 motor racing engine, fitted it to a beautifully designed luxury saloon and then proudly presented its creation to the world. At launch, the Maserati Quattroporte was the fastest saloon car in the world. Fast forward some 46 years and Carrozzeria Touring built four Bellagio Fastbacks based on the previous-generation Quattroporte. Lushly trimmed and featuring an upswept rear side window. One particular British aficionado was disappointed to have missed the car that sold at RM Sotherbys auction in 2013 so decided to commission his own. The plan was to produce a shooting-brake based on the latest generation Quattroporte, something that had never been done before. He consulted a couple of big-name prototyping companies in the UK, but they typically wanted to charge around £200,000 plus the cost of the base vehicle and would take far too long. This was when the client was introduced to Adam Redding. Adam is a bodywork magician who has spent his career restoring E-types, Astons, Lancias, Bristols, Dinos amongst other interesting projects. Adam loves a challenge. Is it possible? asked the Quattroportes owner. Of course, Adam replied. And so the 2015 Maserati went under the metal-surgeons knife.The QPs rear quarters were opened up and much of the roof removed. Strips of steel were laid to show how the cantrails might continue rearwards and what shape the rear side windows might be. An upward sweep, like the Bellagio? Or a slender glass, tapering down to the tail while accommodating the haunch above the rear wheels? Adam mocked up the styles on a computer, and after much discussion the owner went for the style you see today. We are told the hardest part of the project was the electrics. A kit was ordered to power the motorised tailgate from a company that supplies electrics to car manufacturers. It fell to Adams, in house, electrics expert to get the car and tailgate to talk to each other. After around 1,500 man hours the Cinqueporte was completed and the end result is astounding. The finish leaves you believing the shooting-brake could be a factory built derivative. The Maserati Quattroporte Diesel Shooting Brake offered here at Autostorico is a 2016 registered, 65 plate which has covered just 8,714 miles from new. Finished in Gunmetal Grey metallic with Nero leather interior this unique Maserati offers a comprehensive specification including such highlights as: 20 black painted Mercurio alloy wheels, satellite navigation, Bluetooth phone, heated seats, sunroof, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, keyless entry, keyless start, powerfold mirrors and piano black veneer. This exquisite, one of a kind, Maserati is surely the only way to transport five adults with their luggage in an icon of Italian elegance. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1185231
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB9
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,007
  • Mileage (Miles): 12,728
  • Mileage (KM): 20,483
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Aston Martin DB9 was first shown at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show as the replacement for the outgoing DB7. Designed by Henrik Fisker, the DB9 was the first car to be built at Aston Martins purpose built Gaydon facility. The DB9 is built around an aluminium riveted and bonded VH (vertical-horizontal) tub then bodied with aluminium to keep weight to a minimum. This front/mid engined 2+2 GT is fitted with the all new 6.0 V12 producing an impressive 450bhp. This engine coupled with a six speed Touchtronic 2 automatic gearbox made for effortless cruising without compromising its blistering performance, boasting a 0-60 mph of just 4.7 secs and onto a top speed of 186mph. As with all hand built Aston Martins only the finest materials were used. Trimmed in Bridge-of-Weir hide and using the best veneers available. The Aston Martin DB9 Touchtronic Coupe offered here at Autostorico is a 2007 56 plate finished in Tungsten Silver with perforated Obsidian Black leather interior. Having covered a mere 12,758 miles this stunning example boasts a full main dealer service history with 13 stamps recorded in its original owners handbook. The last of which was carried out by Aston Martin Bristol at 12,030 miles. Specification highlights include; 19 Alloy wheels, Linn 260 hi-fi upgrade, Bluetooth phone system, Memory seats, Power fold mirrors, Cruise control, Climate control, Navigation, Heated windscreen, Heated seats, Xenon headlights, Reverse parking sensors, Battery conditioner and Umbrella. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1188370
  • Make: PORSCHE
  • Model: 911
  • Derivative: 992 Carrera S
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,019
  • Mileage (Miles): 1,663
  • Mileage (KM): 2,676
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

Ferry Porsche and his son Ferdinand Alexander created a sports car icon that has fascinated us for over 50 years the 911. The secret to their success was a harmonious overall concept with a timeless design and, as our engineers sometimes call it, unique technical layout. 2+2 seats are the ideal concept for a compact, thoroughbred sports car that also meet the challenges of everyday driving. The compact engine is located at the rear, thereby providing excellent traction and characterising the unmistakable driving feel of a 911. Since 1963, Porsche have been steadfastly working to further perfect the 911 concept, they have never been closer to reaching that goal. The eighth generation of the 911 is the sum of its predecessors and therefore a reflection of the past and a vision of the future. The silhouette: iconic. The design: timeless. The technology: inspired by great racing victories and always one step ahead. The result is both the most beautiful and most modern version of the 911. Full of memories, yet also full of clues as to how we can shape the future of the sports car. This makes the 911 a timeless machine. The Carrera S variant produces 450bhp which enables a 0-62mph time of just 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 191mph. The Porsche 992 Carrera S offered here at Autostorico is finished in GT Silver with Black leather interior. This stunning, one owner, car was supplied by Porsche Centre Reading on the 4th of April 2019 and has covered just 1,640 miles. Over and above the standard specification the car boasts £15,607 worth of factory options. These options include GT Silver metallic paint, Sports exhaust system in black, Wheels painted in platinum, Heated GT sport steering wheel, Electric tilt and slide sunroof, Porsche crest embossed on headrests, Seat ventilation, Privacy glass, Electric folding mirrors, LED headlights, Sports Chrono Package, BOSE surround sound system, Park Assist (front and rear), Automatically dimming interior mirror, Adaptive Sports seats plus, Light design package, Homelink and Sport design side Skirts. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1188931
  • Make: AUSTIN
  • Model: MINI
  • Derivative: Cooper S
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 6,020
  • Mileage (KM): 9,688
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The original Mini was conceived in response to the 1957 Suez oil crisis. The British Motor Corporation (BMC) tasked Alec Issigonis with creating a small, fuel-efficient vehicle. Leonard Lord, President of BMC, was also keen to see that a safer alternative to the bubble cars that were popular in Germany would be built and sold in Britain. With the insistence that the design, be no more than 10ft long and would devote an unprecedented 80% of its footprint to passenger and luggage space, Issigonis took his tablecloth sketch to production reality in under two years. Launched in 1959, the Mini was a radical design of its time. The transversely mounted engine with its gearbox-in-sump arrangement drove the front wheels, this ground-breaking technology allowed room to house four adults. The Minis frugality, practicality and performance were immediately obvious, making it an instant success. Issigoniss friend John Cooper, owner of Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula One and Rally cars, saw the potential of the Mini for competition. Issigonis was initially reluctant to see the Mini in the role of a performance car, but after John Cooper appealed to BMC management, the two men collaborated to create the Mini Cooper. The Mini Cooper was launched in September 1961 with an enlarged engine, twin SU carburettors, close ratio gearbox and front disc brakes. The new car proved instantly successful in British saloon car racing and rallying. The Cooper S was introduced in 1963 with its more powerful engine and went onto win the Monte Carlo Rallies of 1964,1965 and 1967. The Austin Mini Cooper S offered here at Autostorico is an original RHD Home market 1965 built example finished in the iconic colour combination of Tartan Red with a Black roof. Purchased by its current Mini enthusiast owner in November 2009 the car underwent a no expense spared nut and bolt restoration to pre-65 Goodwood specification. The owner entrusted the car to renowned Mini guru Richard Potter. Work started with the engine and running gear being removed from the body with all panels being made good or replaced prior to a bare metal respray. Attention then passed to a fully documented mechanical overhaul including the original windowed engine block and 11 stud head Copper S engine, being rebuilt to fast road specification (engine output 110 bhp) This included a VS2 camshaft, ultra-light flywheel, upgraded competition clutch, twin 1 ½ HS4 carburettors. The gearbox was rebuilt with 3 synchro and straight cut 1st gear, along with a cross-pin differential. Other notable works included overhaulingthe braking and suspension system, full re-wire, new wheels and tyres and a full Newton Commercial interior. Supplied with an extensive history file including a current V5 registration document, MOT certificated valid until January 2021, numerous invoices, photographs and other related material. A perfect opportunity to own such an iconic British classic, which will certainly appreciate over time. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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  • RefCode: TA1178309
  • Make: FORD
  • Model: CORTINA
  • Derivative: MK1 GT
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 1,636
  • Mileage (KM): 2,632
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Ford of Britain Cortina Mark1 was launched on 20 September 1962 a few weeks before the London Motor Show in October. The car was designed to be economical, cheap to run and easy and inexpensive to produce in Britain. The Mark1 Cortina was available with 1200 and 1500 four-cylinder engines with all synchromesh gearbox, in two-door and four-door saloon, as well as a five-door estate version. Standard, Deluxe, Super, and GT trims were offered. The Cortina was launched with a 1,198 cc three-bearing engine, which was an enlarged version of the 997 cc engine then fitted in the Ford Anglia. A few months later, in January 1963, the Cortina Super was announced with a five-bearing 1,498 cc engine. Versions of the larger engine found their way into subsequent variations, including the Cortina GT which appeared in spring 1963 with lowered suspension and engine tuned to give a claimed output of 78 bhp ahead of the 60 bhp claimed for the Cortina 1500 Super. The engines used across the Mark I range were of identical design, differing only in capacity and setup. The formula used was a four-cylinder pushrod (over head valve) design that came to be known as the "pre-crossflow" version as both inlet and exhaust ports were located on the same side of the head. The most powerful version of this engine (used in the GT Cortina) was 1,498 cc (1500) and produced 78 bhp. This engine contained a different camshaft profile, a different cast of head featuringlarger ports, tubular exhaust headers and a Weber double barrel carburettor. The Ford Cortina MK1 GT offered here at Autostorico was fist registered on 13th September 1966 and is finished in its original White with Black interior trim. Remaining with its original owner until 1971 the car was then acquired by its second owner who keep it through to 1997 when it was purcahed by Clint Hiller of Banbury. Clint started a full restoration. Work started with the interior trim being removed at which point the floor and inner sills were found to be in very solid condition. Work continued on the bodywork ready for painting. Attention then turned to the suspension and running gear with all components sand blasted prior to powder coating. The rear axle was stripped and re-built along with the braking system. Attention then passed to a full engine and gearbox overhaul including; engine re-bore, new pistons re-ground and balanced crankshaft. Other notable works included; re-wire, interior refit including new carpets and upholstery, chrome work and a refurbished 8 track hifi system. Following completion this perfect Cortina won the Coombe Abbey National Cortina GT concours event in 2003. Having passed onto its current owner in 2009 this stunning example has had little use and has not ventured out apart from on sunny days. Supplied with a photographic record of its restoration, numerous MOT certificates and other related material. 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: TA1185223
  • Make: AC
  • Model: ACE
  • Derivative: Bristol Engine
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,956
  • Mileage (Miles): 85,233
  • Mileage (KM): 137,169
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The AC Ace is regarded as the quintessential British sportscar, frequently described as the more sophisticated brother of the Cobra. Built between 1953 and 1963 AC took a design by John Tojeiro that used a light ladder type tubular frame, all independent transverse leaf spring suspension and an open two seater all alloy body made using English wheeling machines. Early cars took their power from ACs elderly 100bhp two litre engine. From 1956 AC adopted the ex BMW two litre straight six cylinder Bristol engine with triple carburation. Fitted with a four-speed gearbox, top speed leapt to 116mph with a 0-60 mph time of just 9 seconds. AC enjoyed a successful motorsport program with a AC Bristol winning the 1957, 1958 and 1959 Sports Car Club of Americas E Production class, and running at Le-Mans in 1957 and 1958. The AC Bristol powered Ace, offered here at Autostorico is a 1956 matching numbers example finished in British Racing Green with Black leather interior. BEX 182 (Chassis number) left the Thames Ditton factory on 26th July 1956 and was exported to Michell and Pauli of Los Angeles who were one of the first AC distributors in the USA. The car remained in the USA passing through several owners before Don Davies, an avid AC collector and racer, bought BEX 182. He undertook a full restoration following his purchase and actively campaigned the car during his ownership, with his last race being at the Monterey Speed week at Laguna Seca Raceway. The car returned to the UK in March 2007 before being purchased by its current owner in September of that year. BEX 182 was then passed to the respected AC specialist Nigel Winchester of Winchester Motor Sport who undertook a no expense spared restoration which included removing the engine and gearbox and stripping the whole body, ready for a bare metal respray in its current British Racing Green colour (originally White). The car was also subject to a full mechanical overhaul including an engine rebuild by Bristol engine specialist Steve Stanton of Stanton Motorsport. The gearbox was rebuilt and had overdrive fitted with the differential running a new 3.91 ratio. Other notable works included overhauling the braking and suspension system, re-wire, new wheels and tyres, interior re-trim, full weather gear and supplying a detachable roll hoop. Currently running on triple Webber carburettors (Solexs included) this stunning example has been sparingly used by its current owner and is an absolute joy to drive. Offered for sale with a current V5 registration document, a history file containing numerous invoices, photographs and other related material. Eligible for the worlds most prestigious events, including the Mille Miglia, Le Mans Classic and other historic race and rally events. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

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