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MakeAC
ModelCobra 427 MkIII SC (Genuine)
Year1966
DescriptionOriginal LHD US 1966 supplied car in Ragoon Red with original black hide. Currently owned by a really avid and distinguished classic and sports car enthusiast, of which "7 FFX" has formed part of his small but highly prized collection of exotica.






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MakeAston Martin
ModelV8 EFI Series 5
Year1986
DescriptionAn exceptional example of an 1986 Aston Martin V8 EFI Saloon, being just one of only 59 built and well known to me, as I have had handled its sale and subsequent purchase on the last three 3 occasions.






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MakeAston Martin
ModelDB7 i6
Year1998
DescriptionAn exceptional example of an 1998 Aston Martin DB7 i6 with a vast and complete service history - first registered in Jersey in 1998 and subsequently the UK during 2001. In the meantime this Aston Martin is available to view at my Guildford showroom, please call me directly on +44(0) 7788 865700 for further details.





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MakeAston Martin
ModelDB7 V12 Vantage Volante
Year1999
DescriptionI have occasionally spotted this handsome DB7 Vantage Volante on the roads locally and wondered of its origins - lo and behold, the current owner is refered to me kindly via an exisiting Aston Martin client.






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MakeElva
ModelMK VII Sports-Racer
Year1963
DescriptionGiven the Elva Mk7 had just a small production run of 29 cars, this is an exciting and rare opportunity to purchase a sports racer that has been actively campaigned with huge success, on both sides of the Atlantic, since it was built in 1963. In fact, chassis 70/003 was the third ever Mk7 to roll off the production line, which only adds to its appeal






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MakeJaguar
ModelXK140 Roadster
Year1955
DescriptionThe Jaguar XK 140 was introduced at the London Motor in 1954 and continued in production until 1957, its commercial success benefiting from the D-Type's racing victories at Le Mans in 1955, 56, and 1957. Superseded by the XK150 in 1957, the XK140 is nevertheless considered by may to be the more desirable car.






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MakeJaguar
ModelE Type 4.2 Coupe
Year1965
DescriptionThis rather lovely 1965 E Type was owned by a family with long established links with Jaguar, as father worked for John Coombs in period, whilst his son is a Jaguar specialist, plus they own a number of interesting and rare Jaguars together including a wonderful MKII Coombs which has more recently been featured in Classic & Sports Car magazine.






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MakeLotus
ModelElan Sprint DHC
Year1973
DescriptionThere was certainly never any doubt that Colin Chapman was both a maverick and an engineering genius, but it was his talent of extracting every ounce of enthusiasm and ability from his designers and engineers, which when combined with his own dogged determination, destined Lotus to make imaginative and winning cars. The Elan with its great chassis, brilliant suspension and a sparkling twin cam engine, knocks into a cocked hat, many of todays modern open two seaters and was at the time, the perfect example of his company's inhouse collaboration.






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MakePorsche
Model911 SC "Outlaw"
Year1985
DescriptionThis 911 'Outlaw' was professionally built and developed in 2015 using the DNA of a very rarely rust free UK supplied 1985 911 SC, manual with a factory sunroof. The engineering conversion was enormously extensive and extended to both a full body transformation and engine rebuild/upgrade.






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MakePorsche
Model911 2.4S
Year1973
DescriptionFor those of you who more recently followed Peter Morgan's Youtube restoration of a classic 911, the story of this 1973 Porsche 2.4S restoration certainly bears a number of parallels - whereas Peter's project appeared online, this two year ground up rebuild was undertaken by a gentleman of similar skill and standing to Peter but critically, featured extensively on the other side of the Atlantic in Porsche Club of America's magazine, 'der Vorganger'.






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MakeTriton
Model750 Café Racer
Year1970
DescriptionAccording to Greek Mythology, the sound alone of 'Triton', (the 'Merman' or hybrid son of Poseidon) could cause huge waves to rise and giants to run in fear of their lives.....given the heroic noise when I started this motorcycle the in showroom, this fable could well be true!

The idea of matching the proven performance of Triumph's Bonneville twin cylinder engine to Norton's sweet-handling Featherbed frame is synonymous with having created one of the most highly regarded of the Café Racers of the 1960's. It was the desire to combine the best elements from both manufacturers and replicate the famous machines that conquered the Mountain course of the TT Races on the Isle of Man, that was responsible for the mighty 'Triton'.






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MakeTriumph
ModelSpeed Twin 5TA
Year1961
DescriptionCertainly like my Sunbeam S7, this Triumph Speed Twin 1961 500cc is very much a gentlemans motorcylce, having tremendous style and smooth modern lines but is sadly from an era where the motor car really started to significantly erode motorcycle sales.






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MakeVolkswagen
ModelGolf GTi 8V
Year1990
DescriptionVolkwagen's groundbreaking hot hothatch has been available in many guises since its debut in 1975 and fortunately I've had the pleasure of owning all bar the MK7, but without doubt my favourite was the MK2 8V model, mainly as it was my first company car at Jack Barclay....being a newbie, mine was 'poverty spec', with no alloys, roof or electric windows, just central locking from memory, but I loved it !






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MakeYamaha
ModelRD350
Year1975
DescriptionThat ring-ding-ding sound is unmistakable - the Yamaha RD350 was a 70's cult bike if there was ever one and certainly looks tiny by current standards because it is. That said, it happily accomodates my six-foot/ 17st frame and its nice flat bars and good seat make long rides and/or handling modern road conditions a cinch.





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