1970 Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona – Restored – Ferrari Classiche certification – POA

2217 miles showing

 

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.4 L V12
Transmission
5-speed manual transaxle (rear mounted)
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
347  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue Pozzi
Interior Colour
Crema Daytona style seats
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 365 GTB4, unofficially known as the Daytona in recognition of Ferrari’s famous win at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race, is one of the true high-performance front engine Ferrari V12 legends. A well-balanced chassis due to the rear transaxle layout, a daring modern design by Pinninfarina and an upgraded 4.4l V12 engine fed by six Weber twin choke carbs resulted in an impressive package capable of sustained high-speed travel up to the top speed of 280km/h.

There were an estimated 1406 examples produced with 160 Right Hand Drive Coupe’s and of those, only 40 were Plexi Glass cars, which are the most desirable and achieve the highest sales values.

This example was delivered new in the UK to Grand Prix team owner and Whiskey Heir, Rob Walker and comes with detailed documentation authenticating this and in addition has received Ferrari Classiche certification. In the late 1980’s, it was sold by Talacrest to Singapore following a major restoration. A South African enthusiast purchased the car in 2012 from the Alfred Tan collection in Singapore. On arrival in South Africa a bare metal restoration was commissioned at Carrozzeria (the official Ferrari repair center) under the knowledgeable supervision of Ivano Sega. The original Cromadora rims where replaced with the Borranni wire wheels. The originals do still come with the car. This is a rare opportunity to own a highly desirable and rare Plexi Glass Ferrari 365 GTB/4 in superb condition.

Performance:

0 – 100km/h = 5.4 seconds

Top speed = 280km/h or 174 MPH

2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast – 800BHP – only 2550km – POA

2550km

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.5l – 65 degree V12
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
800 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red – Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The latest model in the line of historic Ferrari front engine V12 GT cars

  • Completely new engine design – 60 more BHP (800 BHP)
  • Shorter gear ratios = increased thrust
  • Highest pressure injection system ever fitted to a petrol car (350bar)
  • 4 wheel steering system = increased agility
  • Most efficient braking system ever on a Ferrari – previously fitted to La Ferrari

 

This is a low mileage 2018 example that has had many desirable optional extras fitted such as:

  • Front suspension lift system
  • Premium HiFi system
  • Front and rear parking cameras
  • AFS – front lighting system

Performance:

0 – 100km/h = 2.9 seconds

Top speed = 340 km/h

1958 Bentley S1 Continental Coupe by Park Ward – POA

52000 miles showing

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.9l – in line six cylinder
Transmission
4 speed automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
178 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Silver
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Bentley S Continental was introduced six months after the introduction of the Bentley S1 standard steel saloon (1955). The Continentals were the high-performance Bentley models of this time with the name evoking images of high speed 120 mph grand touring. The Continentals left the factory in chassis only form. Coachbuilders such as HJ Mulliner, Park Ward and James Young were commissioned to design light weight alloy fixed head and drophead coupe bodies (using aluminium and magnesium). These coach built body styles for the Bentley S1 Continental chassis were re-interpretations of the elegant designs of the preceding R type Continentals.

  • Coach built lightweight alloy body by Park Ward
  • One of only 431 examples produced
  • Recent cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment

The Park Ward coupe was the brain child of legendary coachwork designer John Blatchley who was largely responsible for designing the R type Continental. This Bentley S1 Continental is one of the elegant Park Ward fixed head coupe examples. The current owner has had this example for over 40 years and is believed to be only the second owner since 1958. A recent cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment has been completed and this example is ready for any occasion without excuse

 

2004 Ferrari 575 Maranello – Rare factory fitted HGTC Package – R 3 500 000

34 000km

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.7 L  V12
Transmission
6 – speed F1 semi automatic
Layout
Front engine rear wheel drive
Power Output
515 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Rosso Scuderia
Interior Colour
Beige
No of doors
2

 

What makes this car special?

  • Purer and more focussed driving experience over the standard Ferrari 575 Maranello
  • Only example of a Ferrari 575 with the desirable limited volume factory fitted Handling GTC package
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (HGTC)
  • Fiorano tuned suspension (HGTC)
  • Reprogrammed ECU – faster throttle response and faster gearchanges (HGTC)
  • Sports Exhaust – Capristo
  • Scuderia Shields.
  • Recent major service
  • In great condition

 

2008 Porsche 997 GT2 – 523 BHP – R 2 999 950

31 000km

 

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.6 L  Boxer six cylinder Twin turbo
Transmission
6 – speed Manual
Layout
Rear engine – rear wheel drive
Power Output
523 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Silver
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

What makes this car special?

  • In 2008 this was the flagship production Porsche which exceeded 200 MPH (only the Carrera GT surpassed this) and was touted as the greatest 911 road car in history
  • A sorted package with usable performance that delivers in all areas – Straight line speed balanced by great handling
  • A fusion of Turbo engine and GT3 chassis technology
  • Unrivalled and faster than a Ferrari 430 Scuderia
  • Carefully tuned PASM – Porsche stability management system
  • Low mileage – only 31000km
  • In great condition

1989 Ferrari 328 GTS – ABS version – only 53 500km – R 1 999 950

53 500km

 

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.2l 90 degree V8
Transmission
5-speed manual
Layout
Rear – transverse mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
270 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Black leather
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The design of the 328 remained similar to the 308 due to the huge success of the preceding model

Improvements over the 308 included:

  • Interior: more supportive seats & user-friendly switchgear
  • Evolution of the 90-degree V8 engine with capacity increased to 3.2l – more power and torque
  • Mid 1988 – ABS models introduced – revised suspension geometry and convex shaped wheels

This is a well-maintained ABS example with optional air conditioning. It has been in Crossley & Webb’s managed storage division for the past year with regular testing, minor issues attended to promptly and is now without doubt one of the most “on the button” Ferrari examples in South Africa.

Performance:

0 – 100km/h = 5.9s

Top speed = 262 km/h – (163 mph)

 

2013 Aston Martin Vanquish – 564 BHP – only 11 300km – R 2 394 950

11 300 KM

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.9 L AM28 V12
Transmission
6-speed ZF  automatic with paddle shifters
Layout
FMR layout
Power Output
421 kW | 564 HP
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Color
Aviemore Blue
Interior Color
Tuscan tan leather
No of doors
2

 

Highlights:

  • 11 300 KM.
  • Recent service
  • Aviemore Blue with Tuscan tan leather (semi aniline).
  • AM11 V12 engine called the ‘AM28’ with a power output of 565 bhp.
  • Touchtronic 2 six-speed automatic gearbox.
  • Ventilated carbon ceramic disc brakes.
  • Reversing camera.
  • The first Aston Martin model to be available with launch control.

Second Generation Vanquish:

The exterior styling of the Vanquish is an evolution of the DBS with many styling cues such as the elongated side strakes being inspired by the Aston Martin One-77. The boot lid included an integrated rear spoiler designed to look as if it is impossible to make; this was done on the orders of Aston Martin Chief Executive, Dr. Ulrich Bez. The car has an exposed carbon fibre skirt showing its all carbon fibre body. The Vanquish uses the new VH Generation4 platform which is lighter and uses more carbon fibre than the VH Generation2 platform used in the DBS.

The Vanquish used an upgraded version of Aston Martin’s flagship AM11 V12 engine called the ‘AM28’ with a power output of 565 bhp (421 kW; 573 PS) at 6,750 rpm and torque of 620 N⋅m (457 lb⋅ft) at 5,500 rpm. The Vanquish can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.1 seconds, and has a top speed of 295 km/h (183 mph). Like most Aston Martins, the engine is front mid-mounted for better weight distribution, with the power going to the rear wheels. The Vanquish has 51/49 front/rear weight distribution. It uses a fully catalysed stainless steel exhaust system with active bypass valves. The Vanquish uses an updated Touchtronic 2 six-speed automatic gearbox. It was the first Aston Martin model to be available with launch control.

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2015 Maserati GranCabrio Sport – extended warranty – 38 200km – R 1 499 950

38 200km

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.7 L Ferrari manufactured V8
Transmission
6-speed ZF Automatic
Layout
Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
454 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Grigio Alfieri
Interior Color
Beige
No of doors
2

 

What makes this car special?

  • From 2012 onwards the GranCabrio Sport featured an increase in horsepower to 454 BHP
  • The 6 speed Fully automatic gearbox was standard
  • This is one of the best full 4 seater convertibles on the market
  • One of the best sounding V8 engines ever
  • Elegant design by Pinninfarina
  • High quality leather interior by Poltrona Frau

This one owner Maserati GranCabrio Sport was purchased in October 2015 – The owner maintained this example very well and recently extended the warranty by two years and fitted new tyres.

For more information contact Jeremy: (083) 459 9043 or Gareth: (083) 5370 456

1984 Porsche 930 Turbo – R 1 650 000

153 400 KM

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.0 Turbocharged, air-cooled flat-six
Transmission
4-speed manual
Layout
Rear-engine, rear wheel drive
Power Output
191 kW | 256 hp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Black leather
No of doors
2

 

Highlights:

  • 153400 KM.
  • Recent cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment completed to a high standard.
  • Single turbocharged and air-cooled flat-six; 3.0.
  • 4-speed manual transmission.
  • The 930 received a revised suspension, larger brakes and a stronger gearbox over the lesser Carrera.

Porsche 930:

Porsche began experimenting with turbocharging technology on their race cars during the late 1960s, and in 1972 began development on a turbocharged version of the 911. Porsche originally needed to produce the car in order to comply with homologation regulations and had intended on marketing it as a street legal race vehicle like the 1973 Carrera 2.7 RS.

Ernst Fuhrmann adapted the turbo-technology originally developed for the 917/30 CAN-AM car to the 3.0 litre flat-six from the Carrera RS 3.0, creating what Porsche internally dubbed as the 930. Porsche badged the vehicle simply as “Turbo”.

Total output from the engine was 260 PS (191 kW; 256 hp), much more than the standard Carrera. In order to ensure that the platform could make the most of the higher power output, a revised suspension, larger brakes and a stronger gearbox became part of the package, although some consumers were unhappy with Porsche’s use of a four-speed whilst a five-speed manual was available in the “lesser” Carrera. A “whale tail” rear spoiler was installed to help vent more air to the engine and to create more downforce at the rear of the vehicle, and wider rear wheels with upgraded tyres combined with flared wheel arches were added to increase the 911’s width and grip, making it more stable. The 930 proved very fast but also very demanding to drive fast, and due to its short wheelbase and rear engine layout, was prone to oversteer and turbo-lag.

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1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa RHD – R 650 000

234 000 KM

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.2-litre flat 6-cylinder
Transmission
Manual Transmission
Layout
Rear engine, rear wheel drive
Power Output
154 kW | 207 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Color
Guards Red
Interior Color
Black
No of doors
2

 

Highlights:

  • 234 000 KM.
  • Recent extensive refurbishment.
  • Recent major service.
  • Air conditioner.
  • New Pirelli tyres.
  • Guards Red with Black interior.

Carrera 3.2:

The replacement for the SC series came in 1984 as the 911 3.2 Carrera, reviving the Carrera name for the first time since 1977. This was the last iteration in the original 911 series, with all subsequent models featuring new body styling and new brake, electronic, and suspension technologies.

A new higher-displacement motor, a 3.2-litre horizontally opposed flat 6-cylinder, was utilized. At the time Porsche claimed it was 80% new. With the new engine, power was increased to 207 bhp (154 kW; 210 PS) (at 5900 rpm). The brake discs were increased in size to aid in more effective heat dissipation and improved oil-fed chain tensioners were fitted to the engine.

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1959 MGA Roadster – 1600cc – R 525 950

79 426 miles – 127 319km showing

 

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
1600cc – 4 cylinder – high compression
Transmission
4 speed manual
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
80 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

This is a South African built MGA 1600 which features the following upgrades:

  • upgraded to De-Luxe spec
  • 1600 high compression engine
  • high compression pistons
  • Fast road Camshaft, Isky T55
  • MGB competition 45D distributor
  • Finned “Landar” alloy tappet cover
  • 3.9 rear axle
  • 4 wheel Dunlop disc brakes
  • Dunlop peg drive knock on steel wheels
  • Anti roll bar
  • Aluminium sliding side screens
  • Oil cooler
  • Stainless steel exhaust system
  • Heater/demister
  • Factory competition wood rim steering wheel
  • Lucas electric screen wash
  • Twin horns
  • Factory badge bar
  • Twin Lucas spot lamps
  • Factory luggage rack
  • De-Luxe dash board

This example has had a restoration completed 2 years ago to a high standard by an MG expert:

 

2008 Backdraft Roadster (Cobra) LS1 V8 – R 525 950

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VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.7l V8 – (LS1 Corvette)
Transmission
5-speed manual
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
430  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Silver
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

Backdraft is a South African brand based in Durban and established in 2002 by experienced racing driver and Daytona 24-hour winner Tony Martin. The Backdraft Roadster is a quality recreation of the AC Cobra with the bulk of production exported.

This is a well-maintained turn key (fully produced by Backdraft) example with the 5.7l 430 BHP Corvette LS1 engine. In addition, this example had the limited slip differential fitted

2012 Backdraft Roadster (Cobra) – R 499 950

8550km

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.8l Vortec
Transmission
5-speed manual
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
 285 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

Backdraft is a South African brand based in Durban and established in 2002 by experienced racing driver and Daytona 24-hour winner Tony Martin. The Backdraft Roadster is a quality recreation of the AC Cobra with the bulk of production exported.

This is a well maintained turn key (fully produced by Backdraft) example fitted with the punchy 4.8l Vortec V8 (gen 3 Chevy crate engine) producing 285 BHP. A 5 speed Munchie gearbox has been fitted

 

 

1964 Jaguar MK2 3.8l – manual with overdrive – R 499 950

89 724 miles showing

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.8l straight six
Transmission
4 – speed Manual with overdrive
Layout
Front engine – rear wheel drive
Power Output
220 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Black
Interior Colour
Red
No of doors
4

 

What makes this car special?

  • Introduced in 1959, the MK2 was an evolution of Jaguar’s MK1 and featured the following updates:
    • Larger front and rear screens with larger side windows too
    • Wider track
    • Four wheel disc brakes were now standard on the MK2
  • The engine was very similar to the 3.8l E type – same block, crank, connecting rods and pistons but different inlet manifold and carburation (two Su’s vs. three)
  • The Jaguar Mark 2 (especially the 3.8l version) was a very fast car for its time which was noted by bank robbers and was the getaway car of choice until the police ordered their own. It also had a successful competition history
  • This is a South African built example of high quality with the desirable 3.8l straight six engine and the 4 speed manual gearbox with overdrive

Performance:

0-100km/h = 8.5 seconds

Top speed = 201 km/h or 125 mph

1969 Citroen DS20 – recent resto with upgrades – R 425 950

89 000 miles – 142 667km showing

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.0 L  Four cylinder
Transmission
4 – speed Manual
Layout
Front engine – Front wheel drive
Power Output
103 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Black
Interior Colour
Red
No of doors
4

 

What makes this car special?

  • Launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1955, the Citroen DS shocked the world with its aerodynamic design and innovative technology.
  • A symbol of French ingenuity, the DS was a spaceship by the standards of the time and is remembered as one of the most successful cars of all time
  • Manufactured from 1955 to 1975, the DS featured many innovative features such as:
    • Hydropneumatic suspension
    • Power steering
    • Disc brakes (first for a production car)
    • A fibreglass roof which lowered the centre of gravity
    • Independent suspension
    • New radial tyre technology which Citroen engineers exploited through parent company Michelin
  • This is a South African model manufactured in 1969 that benefitted from upgraded hydraulic fluid (LHM) which was less corrosive.
  • It has undergone a recent restoration at great expense which included modern upgrades such as:
    • Air conditioning system
    • Retro – modern audio system with USB connector and Bluetooth streaming capability

 

1969 Lotus Europa S2 – R 250 000

89 210 KM

VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
Toyota black top 1600cc
Transmission
Manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear wheel drive
Power Output
121 kW | 165 HP
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Color
Yellow
Interior Color
Black
No of doors
2

 

Highlights:

  • 55432 Miles showing
  • Power plant upgraded to the modern user-friendly Toyota silver top 1600cc twin cam.
  • Recent full respray and mechanical refurbishment.
  • A lightweight Colin Chapman masterpiece.
  • Multiple Knysna Hillclimb Classic Friday participant.

Europa S2:

The Lotus Europa name is used on two distinct mid-engined GT coupé cars built by Lotus Cars. The original Europa and its variants comprise the Lotus Types 46, 47, 54, 65 and 74, and were produced between 1966 and 1975.

The Europa concept is believed to have originated during 1963 with drawings done by Ron Hickman, then director of Lotus Engineering, for Lotus’ bid for the Ford GT40 racing car project. When that contract was lost to Lola Cars, Chapman chose to use Hickman’s highly efficient aerodynamic design, which had a drag coefficient of only Cd 0.29, as the basis for a new mid-engined production model originally intended to succeed the Lotus 7.

By the mid-1960s, the mid-engine vehicle configuration was well-established as the optimal design for Grand Prix cars, however almost no road vehicles yet used this arrangement. Lotus planned the Europa to be a volume-produced, two-seater mid-engined sports coupe built to reasonable cost, quite an ambitious goal for the time. Like all Lotus vehicles of the era, the Europa was designed and built following Chapman’s oft-stated philosophy of automotive design: “Simplify, then add lightness”. To this end, a number of ingenious design approaches were made by Lotus to allow it to economically overcome the many challenges presented by the novel mid-engined arrangement.

The Europa Series 2, or Lotus Type 54, was introduced in April 1968 (approximately chassis number 0645 onwards). The S2 added a number of key refinements including opening electric windows, adjustable seats, a new fully carpeted interior and a polished wooden fascia panel for the dashboard. The most significant change was the switch from fully bonded construction to the use of bolt fasteners to attach the fibreglass body to the backbone steel frame. While reducing the torsional and flexural stiffness somewhat, the use of a separable body was welcomed by the automotive insurance industry as it greatly reduced the complexity and cost of making repairs to the vehicle.

Early examples of the S2 were externally almost identical to the S1 with the exception of the new windows. From early 1969, secondary front indicator lamp nacelles were added between the headlights, and larger door handles were used in place of the S1’s push-button items. During 1968 a number of Europas (and Elans) were produced bearing black-and-silver Lotus badges on the nose and steering wheel in place of the customary yellow-and-green ones.

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