Friday 31 July 2015

2008 ASTON MARTIN DB9 VOLANTE - Nicholas Mee & Co

Nicholas Mee 

Aston Martin DB9 Volante - 09MY  


This sublime example of the enhanced 2009 model year DB9 Volante is finished in Glacial Blue with complimentary Sandstorm leather interior. Having covered just 9,500 miles from new, this 2 owner car is fitted with HDD satellite navigation, heated front seats, 700W Premium Audio System with i-Pod/mp3 compatibility, Bluetooth, cruise control, 20 spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels, memory seats, front parking sensors, walnut veneer door cappings, powerfold door mirrors and auto-dimming rear view mirror with garage door opener. The 2009 MY cars have an enhanced 6.0 litre V12 delivering 470bhp, Bilstien dampers and a more structurally-rigid chassis as well as the redesigned interior from the DBS. Cherished form new, this car is available to view and test drive from our Brackenbury House showroom in West London.
Aston Martin DB9 Volante - 09MY  
Aston Martin DB9 Volante - 09MY  
Aston Martin DB9 Volante - 09MY  

Thursday 30 July 2015



1925 Chrysler Laundalette For Sale In Landford, Wiltshire
Very rare, very special and gorgeous. 1925 Chrysler Six Landaulet Chauffeured carriage. With drop down occasional seats to the luxurious passenger compartment. With many beautifully detailed Art Nouveau fittings and accessories which would put a Rolls-Royce to shame. Being unveiled at the New York motor show in January 1924 was described by journalists as the foundation of Chrysler. Streets ahead in its engineering with its large 6 cylinder 3300 cc engine and a high compression ratio of 4.7 and a 7 bearing crankshaft giving a 68 BHP. The first car to be fitted with hydraulic drum brakes on all 4 wheels. Being manufactured by the Chrysler corporation and produced from new with RIGHT HAND DRIVE STEERING. Wooden artillery wheels. Fully fitted roof rack. Bevelled glass chauffeured section. Side mounted spare, split screen, Fully collapsible leather Landaulet section to the rear. New radiator core. Finished in Ivory and Black. This very rare and collectable car must be seen to be appreciated. 

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Wednesday 29 July 2015

1984 - FIAT BERTONE X19 1500 VS - Nutley Sports & Prestige Centre Ltd

Nutley Sports & Prestige Centre Ltd
Nutley, East Sussex, TN22 3NN 
 01825 713388 
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1984 FIAT BERTONE X19 1500 VS

Rosso Red over Grigio Scuro Charcoal Metallic with Black leather, Bertone VS-Versione Special model (Two Tone paintwork, Leather seats, Cromodora alloys), E/windows, Original Blaupunkt Hamburg P.B radio, Original Bertone badges, Fiat’s Cryla­Gard protected, Cromodora CD-179 "Trons" alloys, Originally supplied by Cloverleaf Cars Ltd, Basingstoke (Alfa, Fiat & Lancia Main Agent), Incredible documented history from day one including the original purchase invoice, Photo of A428 BJB on the first day of delivery, Complete with all original owners handbooks/manuals, The original dealer supplying dealer plate on passenger side inside sill/Tax disc holder/Windscreen sticker & Registration plates are still present, A rare opportunity to acquire a factory original & correct X19 which has covered just 19,000 miles from new.

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Sunday 26 July 2015

1977 MASERATI KYALAMI 4200cc MANUAL 1 of only 124 - The Gallery Brummen

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Arnhemsestraat 47 | 6971 AP Brummen The Netherlands | T +31 (0)575 56 40 55 | F +31 (0)575 56 47 67 | E
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1 of only 124

Rare and sought-after Maserati Kyalami with a five speed Manual gearbox, only 124 were made in this configuration! Three owner car from new with only 88000 kms from new, full history known, perfect working AC, Mechanically 100% therefore in a perfect working and driving condition. Body has been restored in 2006 , bare metal respray etc etc. Beautiful two-tone leather interior. Body very clean and with perfect panel fittings. Original European version with a lot of invoices and history. Must be one of the best ones available. Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055

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Aaldering Brummen has been a well-known name in the world of classic car lovers for more than 25 years. The constantly changing stock consists of several brands such as Jaguar, Ferrari, Austin Healey, MG, Alfa Romeo, Volvo, Fiat, Mercedes, Porsche, Triumph en Maserati

Saturday 25 July 2015





For the 1931 model year, Chrysler introduced a major update to their elegant and luxurious Imperial line. While the Chrysler corporation had only been in existence for a few years to this point, they had quickly earned a reputation for quality cars of exceptional value. The Imperial line began in 1925 as a way for Chrysler to retain customers who wished to step up from their six-cylinder cars into something more grand and luxurious. The Imperial grew larger and more extravagant as they evolved and in ’31, a new 385 cubic inch straight-eight developing an impressive 125 horsepower was fitted to the 146” wheelbase chassis. The nine-bearing engine breathed through a Stromberg downdraught carburetor, as opposed to the more common updraft, setting it apart from other cars of the period. Perhaps the most recognizable feature of the CL Imperial was the seemingly never-ending hood that stretched over six feet from the radiator shell to the base of the windscreen. Credited to the industrial designer Alexis de Sakhnoffsky, this design feature hid the traditional cowl under a seamless hood, allowing for a clean look that greatly accentuated the length of the front end, giving the Imperial its striking signature appearance.

We are very proud to present this 1933 CL Imperial Close Coupled Sedan, an outstanding example of Chrysler’s last true Grand Classic. With the Great Depression closing in, sales were so slow that Chrysler only produced 151 1933 Imperials before the controversial Airflow took over in 1934; making this among the rarest of all early Imperials. The attractive close-coupled sedan body style had a shortened rear passenger compartment, with a trunk sitting between the rear fenders, rather than slung out the back. Combine the short rear end with the signature long hood and the result is a more sporting appearance than a formal seven passenger body, but one that is still practical and roomy enough for five.  This example has wonderful look with its padded black leatherette roof, chrome landau irons and a matching trunk. Set against the medium gray paintwork with black coach stripe, the result is a striking and elegant sedan.  It is nicely equipped with optional and quite attractive artillery wheels which feature large chrome center caps and chrome trim rings, and a split, bottom opening windscreen for cabin ventilation. Correct flex-beam headlamps frame the magnificent radiator grille

Opening the door reveals an intimate and luxurious cabin trimmed in gray broadcloth upholstery. Beautifully restored heavy-duty chrome door hinges hint at the over-built nature that the CL Imperial is so well known for. Wood-grained metal trim the surround windows and the ornate instrument panel. Wonderful details can be found all around the interior, such as small pockets integrated into the headlining, most likely there for cigarette cases and cosmetics. Even the driver’s seat is equipped with a very unusual backrest adjustment, an interesting feature we’ve not seen on a CL Imperial.
The car has a long and noted history having been owned by noted collector Paul Stern in the late 1960’s and early 1970s when it was purchased from Mr. Stern by the father of its most recent owner. The car was comprehensively restored in the mid to late 1990’s and has seen little to no use since. A highly original and  very proper car,  complete with original serial number tag and body number tag “69” which were replaced during the restoration but are still in the files that accompany its sale. The car owned and restored by  well-known expert on Imperials of this era, ensuring an accurate and well-detailed restoration. Paint, chrome, and exterior trim are all in beautiful, concours condition. The mechanicals are in fine order as well; lifting the long hood reveals a stunningly prepared straight eight engine with correct plating and finishes. The undercarriage and chassis are also finished to a very high standard. A CCCA National First Place badge is proudly displayed a testament to its outstanding quality and presentation.  With its striking good looks, exceptional rarity and fine condition, this CL Imperial is an excellent value among full classic automobiles.

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Thursday 23 July 2015

1913 Mors 14/20 Torpedo



1913 Mors 14/20 Torpedo 

1913 Mors 14/20 Torpedo

This wonderful Mors was restored to its current skimpy torpedo style in France in the early 1970's. It has spent most of the intervening years on display in two significant European museums. The 3.3 litre sleeve valve engine provides exciting performance and amongst recent recommissioning works the car has been fitted with a self-starter for convenience.

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Brian Classic & Co are located in rural Cheshire, UK. 20 mins from Manchester Airport, and 2 hours mainline from London.
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Wednesday 22 July 2015

1931 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Windovers Sedanca de Ville.- The Real Car CoLtd.


The Real Car CoLtd.

1931 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Windovers Sedanca de Ville.

A rare - possibly unique - and very attractively designed car, incorporating many appealing features, such as very stylish wings, separate steps in place of running boards, slim tubular bumpers, external visor, louvred bonnet, etc, the list goes on. Add to this the overall gorgeous design and the incorporation of various Art Deco touches, and you have a very special car indeed. In excellent condition,  re-commissioned after a long storage period. Offered prepared, serviced, running nicely, fitted with six new tyres & tubes, and newly MoT tested.
Snippets: An Aviator & an Architect: Initially ordered by J. J. Jones of 88 St. James’s Street, London, (the building was designed by Richard Norman Shaw for the Alliance Assurance Company in 1901) but the first owner was actually Hylton Ralph Murray-Philipson (Jnr) of Stobo Castle, Peebles. Stobo Castle had been purchased by Hylton Murray-Philipson Snr in 1905 & in 1924 he conveyed the estate to his son who was a pioneer aviator having learnt to fly in 1927.  He owned his own air-craft  & in 1930 whilst enroute to LeBourget, France he crashed his de Havilland DH80 Puss Moth on the Goodwin Sands in Kent.! Hylton’s career consisted of being the C.O. of the City of Edinburgh Auxiliary Air Force Squadron, MP (Cons) for Twickenham; Chairman of N.E. Marine Engineering Co & a member of the King’s Bodyguard for Scotland & the Royal Company of Archers.  Hylton Murray-Philipson suffered from ill health & died in 1934 aged 32 leaving his wife (Monica) & two young children.  In 1939 Monica Murray-Philipson sold Stobo Castle to Wenefryde Agatha Scott, 10th Countess of Dysart & after 10 years of being a widow Monica married Colonel P. H. Lloyd of Stone House in Blaston.  The Colonel & Murray-Philipson had business connections as they were both company directors of Manvers Main Collieries Ltd – Murray-Philipson in 1923/33 and Lloyd in 1940/47.  In 1943 GNS75 is shown as being with her 2nd family, that of John Stanley Coombe Beard of Grayshott Hall, Surrey.  John Beard was an architect well known for designing over 100 cinemas in many styles – Baroque, Art Deco, Italian Renaissance, Greek Revival & Egyptian! In 1937 Mrs Beard made call to the police about an attempted burglary which resulted in the 1st arrest directly attributable to the new 999 service! 

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Saturday 18 July 2015




Porsche wanted to enter the Group 4 Sports Car Class for Le Mans in 1980 and based their car on their successful 924 mainstream model. The left hand drive versions were labelled 937 while the right hand drive was 938. All non-essential elements were removed from the car in an effort to reduce weight. The vehicle was subsequently entered into the gruelling 24 Hours of Le Mans but in order to comply with homologation regulations road going versions had to be produced and Porsche addressed this rule with the Carrera GT. Standard specification included a close ratio dog-leg 5 speed G/box, LSD, Bilstein shock absorbers, polyurethane plastic front and rear flared guards, a polyurethane plastic front spoiler, and a bonnet mounted air scoop for the intercooler. With a 2-litre turbo-charged engine producing 210 bhp, it will reach a top speed of 150 mph and hits 60 mph in an impressive 6.5 seconds.
This 924 right-hand drive Carrera GT was originally delivered to Dick Lovett, Swindon in April 1981 and stored by them until August of that year in order to receive an 'X' registration. A copy of the original bill of sale and various correspondence document an early history between the first owner and supplying UK dealer. The car was maintained by Dick Lovett during its early life and was sold by them in 1983, 1988, 1990 and then in 1996 to the current owner. During his ownership, this Carrera GT has been maintained by specialists such as noted Porsche experts Paragon Porsche in Kent. The original service book is full of stamps and an almost complete set of MoT certificates substantiate a total mileage of just over 75,000 miles from new. There is a substantial folder of bills and receipts that document a car that has clearly been maintained to a high standard.
The current owner describes the paintwork as: "Excellent for its age, with very, very light surface scratching due to poor polishing by previous owner in places. There is some very light crazing on the front wings where the polyurethane has flexed. The paintwork is believed to be all original except for the driver's door which had a minor repair approximately 20 years ago." The interior is presented in very impressive condition with no tears or scratches to the fabric or leather. The engine is described as: "Not concours but generally clean with age-related surface corrosion to some parts. It runs beautifully and is believed to be in very good condition internally." In 2000, the car had a top-end rebuild by Porsche Bournemouth and it also had a new head gasket in 2012. It has seen limited miles in the past decade but has been serviced annually regardless. The cam belt was last changed in 2008 at a 73,371 by Paragon. 
Evidently, this 924 Carrera has been maintained to a high mechanical standard over the years and is an honest example of an extremely rare Porsche. Only 75 examples were ever made for the UK market and these delightful driver's cars are seemingly undervalued given their desirable status as the ultimate 924. A true homologated road-special, we love the Carrera GT and welcome inspections on this unmolested example. 


Viewing and bidding

The Silverstone Classic is a closed event and an event ticket will be required along with an auction catalogue to enter the sale. Ticket information can be found here: Silverstone Classic ticket information
The Silverstone Classic Auction takes place from 11:00am on Saturday 24th & Sunday 26th July 2015 in The Wing building at Silverstone circuit, NN12 8TN.
Viewing of the lots will be available on Friday 24th July 2014 and on the morning of  Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th July 2015.
Please note as this is a two day sale the following lot numbers will be sold on the days indicated:
Automobilia Lots 301 - 370
Lifestyle Lots 401 - 447
Cars 501-551
Automobilia Lots 601 - 670
Lifestyle Lots 701 - 749
Cars 801 - 849
Bidding at the auction can be done either in person by attending the sale, by telephone, by leaving a commission bid or live, online viaProxibid. Full details of registration requirements and a buying guide can be found on the Silverstone Auctions website (