Classic Entries

1983 Laverda 1000 3CL Custom built Cafe Racer
  • 1983 Laverda 1000
  • 3CL Café Racer
1930 Bentley 4.5 Litre Le Mans
  • 1930 Bentley 4½ Litre
  • Le Mans
2003 Benelli Tornado Novecento Tre for Sale
  • 2003 Benelli
  • Tornado Tre 900

Recently Sold

2005 Pagani Zonda C12 F Clubsport
  • 2005 Pagani Zonda
  • C12 F Clubsport
2004 Porsche 911 (996) Carrera 4S Cabriolet
  • 2004 Porsche 996
  • C4S Cabriolet
1953 Delahaye 235 MS with Coachwork by Henri Chapron
  • 1953 Delahaye 235 MS
  • Coupé Chapron
1967 Fiat Dino 2000 Spider
  • 1967 Fiat Dino
  • 2000 Spider

Classic & Collector Cars on offer by Private Treaty

BugattiT35, 2x T46, 3x T57 special bodies
Delahaye135, 175, 235 all special bodies
Facel VegaFacellia
Hispano SuizaH6C & J12 special bodies
Ferrari275 GTB/6 Alloy
JaguarXK 120 Alloy
Talbot-LagoT26 Record Sport DHC

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Classic & Collector Cars wanted

Ferrari599XX or Evoluzione
LamborghiniMiura Engine only

Here you will find the complete list of cars we are looking for.

Naturally, we would pay you finders-fee upon successful closure of a deal.

Bentley

Cricklewood Factory Mechanics also called

Cricklewood Factory Mechanics also called "the Bentley Boys"

Two tons of car; Big, rugged, solid, careening around a track, the screaming wail of the supercharger rising above the engine's roar - that was the famous Blower Bentley.

Ten mad years! Jazzy, noisy, fun loving, fast moving, a devil-maycare attitude about everything - those were the Roaring Twenties. The decade and the car went together.

The car was the hard-driving, earsplitting complement to the gay life. What the Stutz Bearcat meant to the college youth of America, the Bentley meant to the young bloods of England.

It underscored, and quite noisily, the hysterical relief and reaction that followed World War I. And when the twenties ended, the Bentley was ended. It became sedate, silent, and aristocratic; for it was now being made by Rolls-Royce.

Bentley Motorcars for Sale

1972 AMS Lamborghini Miura V12 Prototipo Racecar

1972 AMS Lamborghini Miura V12 Prototipo Racecar

1972 AMS Lamborghini Miura V12 Prototipo Racecar

The AMS with V12 Lamborghini Miura engine was a one-off prototype built in 1972 for an American Gentleman who was planning to participate into European Sportscar racing. We are looking for all information available on this unique prototype.

We are in direct contact with the initiator of the project in 1972 as well as the current owner. In order to verify its history and to trace some missing parts we require the following information:

  • Owner history from 1973 till 1978
  • Articles (all languages)
  • Engine Number
  • Images

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Bimota; Tamburini, the Michelangelo of Motorcycle design

Massimo Tamburini with his 1971 MV Agusta 600 Bimota special

Massimo Tamburini with his 1971 MV Agusta 600 Bimota special

Bimota motorcycles was born by accident, though for superbike enthusiasts the accident was a surprisingly happy event.

In 1966, Valerio Bianchi, Giuseppe Morri and Massimo Tamburini establised Idrotermica Bimota, a heating business in the town of Rimini, on the Adriatic coast, an area of Italy which had long been a center for both racing and motorcycle manufacture.

Tamburini's passion however, was motorcycle design and Massimo modified several local riders' machines to make them faster, lighter and handle better. His efforts were rewarded with success, and before long his work on one particular bike, the MV Agusta 600 four, had gained the admiration of the entire Italian biking fraternity.

Yet, it was an event in the summer of 1972 which was the key to the birth of Bimota; a routine test session at the Misano circuit where Tamburini, his friend Giuseppe Morri and racer Luigi Anelli were testing a Honda CB750. Massimo crashed his Honda Four which left him with three broken ribs.

Bimota Motorcycles for Sale

Maserati; il Tridente di Bologna

Prototype Maserati Tipo 60 Birdcage Carrozzeria Allegretti & Gentilini with Fantuzzi, Moss, Alfieri & Bertocchi - Modena 12 May 1959

Maserati Tipo 60 Birdcage Carrozzeria Allegretti & Gentilini with Fantuzzi, Moss, Alfieri & Bertocchi - Modena 12 May 1959

There were once six brothers in Italy who were artists. Their name was Maserati. One, Mario, worked with paints and canvas. The others made things out of metal.

Fine things with fine engines in them that won races and the respect of all men who admire artistry no matter what form it may take.

Of the five mechanically inclined brothers - Carlo, Bindo, Alfieri, Ettore, and Ernesto - three are still making cars as though they were making watches.

Bindo, Ernesto, and Ettore, however, no longer make the car that bears the family name. They work in Bologna in their hospital-clean, uncluttered shop, building a car called the O.S.C.A., which stands for Officine Specializzate Costruzioni Automobili.

Maserati Motor Cars for Sale

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We buy, sell, broker, locate, consign and appraise exceptional classic, sports and collector cars, arrange transport, customs formalities and registration.

Jaguar, Ferrari and Maserati expertise, though our collection includes a wide variety of other superior motor cars.

Contact us when you are serious about owning or selling a fine classic car. Geneva, Switzerland-based, we serve clients world-wide.

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Sold: Cor Dees - Museum Collection of Laverda Motorcycles

Sold: Cor Dees - Laverda Motorcycle Museum Collection

Cor Dees - Museum Collection of Laverda Motorcycles

The entire Museum Collection of Laverda motorcycles and collectibles from renowed collector and marque specialist Cor Dees is now sold.

The collection features 81 motorcycles, scooters and mopeds and covers the complete history of Moto Laverda from 1950 to 2000.

Dees dedication to the Laverda marque has evolved in a second to none display of this North-Italian motorcycle brand. He collected everything related, even artifacts and old machinery showing the agricultural roots of Laverda.

Due to his close friendship with the Laverda family he was able to purchase many of the bikes and associated memorablia directly from the factory. He collected the bikes he liked, and those bikes are significant in the history of Laverda.

Cor Dees - Museum Collection of Laverda Motorcycles

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We buy, sell, broker, locate, consign and appraise exceptional classic, sports and collector automobiles, arrange transport, customs formalities and registration.

Jaguar, Ferrari and Maserati expertise, though our collection includes a wide variety of other superior antique, vintage, prewar and race cars.

Contact us when you are serious about owning or selling a fine classic motor car or motorcycle. Geneva, Switzerland-based, we serve clients world-wide.

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