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  • RefCode: TA1169506
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 550 MARANELLO
  • Derivative: 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,998
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Just 3,429 miles from new with one owner Beautiful genuine condition; always garage-stored, complete service history Recently professionally detailed and fully serviced (including belts) The last of the purist's V12 manual Ferraris? Real-world GT ability and a timeless modern classic

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  • RefCode: TA1175879
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Derivative: Series 1 3.8 Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,962
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

32 years current ownership andjust three owners in totalGround up, nut and bolt restoration by XK Engineering completed in 1992Built around a Martin Robey System Threemonocoque, bonnet, boot lid and doors. Stainless wire wheelsStainless steelexhaust,4.2 gearbox, servo-assisted 4.2 brakes, Kenlowe fan, electronic ignition, and a semi-sealed cooling systemReally lovely Series 1, as nice as you'll findJust as in their world-beating D-Types, Jaguar's E-Type was based around a monocoque tub formingthe main body/chassis structure whilsta tubular spaceframe extended forwards to support the engine. The early cars, subsequently known as the Series 1, were initially fitted with the triple SU carburetted, 3.8-litre, six-cylinder Jaguar XK6 engine from the XK150S mated to a Moss (EB) 4-speed gearbox. Developed from that of the original XK120 sports car and refined in the racing D-Type, the double-wishbone, independent front suspension was mounted on the forward subframe. At the rear, the E-Type's suspensionbroke new ground for a large-capacity sports car, being independent at a time when most of its major rivals relied on the traditional live rear axle. Dunlop disc brakes were fitted to all four wheels; those at the rear being mounted inboard alongside the differential to reduce un-sprung weight. With a claimed 265 horsepower available, the E-Type's performance furthered the standards set by the preceding XK models, partly because it weighed around 500lbs less than the XK150 but mainly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used the experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car.The car's Heritage Certificate confirmsthat this lovely, right-hand drive, E-Type Roadster left the production line on 29/06/1962, finished in Carmen Red with Blacktrim and a black soft top, and bound for Henlys of London. In addition, the greenlog book tells us that it was first registered on the 29th August of that year and the car's lucky first owner was aJohn Stephen Hinely in the lovely Devon town of Brixham.One more owner followed Mr Hinely before 5679 HJ began the second half of its life some 32years ago on 19/05/1987 when it was purchased by our vendor. He made the decision that he was going to keep the car for the foreseeable future and a full restoration was in order.In 1987, it was entrusted to Martin Robey Engineering Ltd. who for many years have been acknowledged as one of themajor players in the manufacture and supply of parts for Classic Jaguars.Their unique bodybuilding facility for E-Type Jaguars is world-renowned and they have been responsible for the restoration of some very important E-Types including 77 RW (the first production E-Type) and HDU 555N (the last car ever), both on behalf of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust (JDHT). A 'System Three' rebuild was chosen and this included a completely new Monocoque (body shell), new bonnet, boot lid and doors. A new bulkhead is normally part of a System Three build but in this case, ourvendor chose, in the interest of originality, to utilise the existing bulkhead which wasshot blasted and prepared for reassembly. The car was then transferred to XK Engineering in Coventry to work their legendary magic and complete the restoration. There is an invoice in the file from Coventry Engine Components for pistons and liners so presumably, the engine benefited from a top-end rebuild at the same time.Mechanical/electrical upgrades to E-Types are the norm these days and in fact, often enhance the value. 5679 HJ has been fitted with a later 4.2 gearbox, servo-assisted 4.2 brakes, a Kenlowe fan, electronic ignition, a semi-sealed cooling system, external fuel pump, stainless steel exhaust, and stainless-steel wire wheels. It was then superbly painted in the original Carmen Red, fully retrimmed in black with red piping, and fitted with a new Mohair hood. It was Waxoyled underneath before being returned to our delighted vendor. There is a photograph album with the car full of images of therebuild. Our caring vendor insists that, since its return from restoration, he has never used it on salty roads and only taken it out on sunny days. The speedometer failed in 2006 and was recalibrated and currently reads 10,750miles.Recent maintenance (August 2019) has included a replacement ball-joint gaiter, twoengine mountings, a shock-absorber sleeve, two new rear brake discs and brake pads all round. There is an invoice in the file for 1,854 relating to this attention.There is a bespoke dust cover and the car isalsoaccompanied by the old 'green' log book, current V5c, the Heritage Certificate, previous MOTs, lots of photos, a number of invoices totalling many thousands of pounds, various spares, a hide 'knock-off' hammer, and a fresh MOT valid until September 2020.5670 HJ is as nice a Series 1 as you'll find. The engine and chassis numbers match and the replacement gearbox is listed on the Heritage Certificate. The Martin Robey bodyshell mounted on the original chassis, bulkhead and engineframes is a complete bonus as the shut lines are nigh-on perfect and the bodywork has only covered a few thousand miles. The later gearbox, bigger brakes, and mechanical and electrical upgrades address all the known 'niggles' with the Series 1, effectively turning this into a viable long-distance tourer. From 32years of caring ownership, this is a very special car.

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  • RefCode: TA1175471
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: VIRAGE
  • Derivative: Widebody Volante 6.3-litre
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,994
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 9th/10th Nov 2019 - Silverstone Auctions - NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2019

Supplied byStratstone of Mayfair on the 21/01/1994Order confirmation letter in the file from Stratstoneconfirms that it was the 3rdnew Volante built to full 6.3 Widebody specification for registration in the UKSuperbly finished in BuckinghamGreen with a black leather interior piped in SpruceSubstantial service and MOT invoicefrom Joe Macari in 2011 in the file showing a mileage of 10,486Most recent servicein September 2019 at10,878 miles. MOT valid until 01/10/2020Original book pack and leather wallet plus supporting history fileThe Volante (convertible) had been the big seller of the previous generation of AM V8s, so the only surprise was that it took Aston Martin more than two years from the Virage Coup's introduction to come up with a soft-top sister. The production Virage Volante debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1991, a prototype having been displayed at Birmingham's NEC the previous October. Weighing in at over two tonnes, the open Volante was even heavier than the closed coup, itselfno lightweight, this increase in weight beingaccounted for by considerable body strengthening to compensate for the absent roof, plus the extra complication of the power-operated convertible hood. Electrically powered, the latter was beautifully made and incorporated a glass rear window, complete with heated de-misting elements. Mechanically the Volante remained much the same as its closed cousin, though with a slightly lower final drive.However, there was no disguising the fact that the Volante simply lacked 'grunt' and from the outset,Aston engineers began working on the problem.Their solution, ahead of the forthcoming twin-supercharged Vantage, was for the Works Service Department to offer 6.3-litre conversions for the existing 5,340cc V8-engined cars. Introduced in January 1992, this package could cost more than 60,000 (depending on options) and offered increased power whilst offering a menu of modifications to the bodywork, suspension, and brakes.Power was upped to circa 450bhp, thanks toboring and stroking the V8 to 6.3-litres, which gave the two-tonne leviathan 'more grunt than a pigsty' and, to cope, huge ventilated brakes were fitted to all corners, along with bigger 'OZ' alloy-wheels/tyres, all tucked neatly under muscularflared arches. Most crucially, the suspension was uprated, and a conventional de-Dion rear end was fitted, using Watts linkage/radius arm location, whilst at the front the spring rates were increased. The suspension tuning was the work of Rod Mansfield, the legendary Ford SVO engineer. In addition to the wider wheel arches, there were a number of other bodywork modifications, air dams, sills etc that appeared on the large engined 'Widebody' cars andcustomers with no need for the 6.3's improved performance but who, nevertheless, appreciated the aggressive looks of the 'Widebody', could order the package's cosmetic items in isolation. Aston Martin themselves recognised this demand, building a number ofVolantes to 'Cosmetic Widebody' specificationbut naturally,it is the genuine factory original Widebody cars that are the more desirable and valuable. Only 26 factory-built Widebody cars were ever produced and further provenance with this car is in the fact that according to the Order Confirmation letter in the file from Stratstone to the purchaser, this is the thirdnew Volante built to full 6.3 specifications for registration in the UK.This lovely examplewas supplied by Stratstone and first registered on 21/01/1994 to its first owner who lived in Cavendish Square, London which might explain the low mileage. It was finished in the classic Aston colours ofBuckinghamGreen with a Black leather interior piped in Spruce and, as you might expect with a mileage of less than 11,000 from new, remains in wonderful condition. Its first owner parted with the car in 2017 and since then it has been relaxing in a significant private collection.There is a substantial service and MOT invoicefrom Joe Macari in 2011 in the file showing a mileage of 10,486 and thedocumentedMOT history is as follows;1997 @ 7,333, 1999 @ 8,105, 2000 @ 8,685, 2001 @ 9,123, 2004 @ 9,668, 2005 @ 10,048, 2007 @ 10,193, 2008 @ 10,312, 2011 @ 10,486, 2016 @ 10,694. The car is supplied with itsV5C registration document, thecurrent MOT valid until October 2020, together with a history folder confirming the low mileage and the original Bill of Sale showing the final invoice price of 195,236.Although the original Virage was not universally admired, the 6.3-litre Widebody was acclaimed by all as the car the Virage should have been all along and this rare, factory-built Volante, in sparkling condition with its tiny mileage must surely represent a serious investment opportunity.

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