Ferrari 458 Speciale

Ferrari 458 Speciale – 2015 – R 8 599 950

2100 km

Ferrari 458 speciale SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.5l – V8 naturally aspirated
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
597 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red – Rosso Corsa with Black livery
Interior Colour
Black Alcantara with Red 3D inserts
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 458 Speciale is one of the Special Series Ferrari’s for which Ferrari saves its magic at the end of production runs. These Special Series cars are sought after by collectors as they were produced in small numbers, have good investment potential and give the best driving experience. The 458 Speciale is even more sought after as it is the the last naturally aspirated V8 Ferrari

 

At the heart of the Ferrari 458 Speciale is the 597 BHP 4.5l V8 making this model the most powerful non turbo V8 Ferrari. It is 90kg lighter than the 458 Italia on which it is based due to the following improvements:

  • A carbon fibre floor
  • Thinner glass for windscreen & side windows
  • Lexan engine cover
  • New lighter ceramic brakes
  • Forged wheels and a minimalist interior

 

In addition, the Speciale has amazing agility as a result of it’s new technology.  These are the SSC Side slip control which enables assisted side angle drifting and the active aerodynamics which reduce drag as speeds increase.

This model is at the peak of what is possible in a road going Ferrari and provides next level immersion with extreme driving emotions

 

 

This Ferrari 458 Speciale is a 2015 registered example that has only covered 2100 km from new. Desirable optional extras fitted are:

  • Front suspension lift system
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Rear parking camera
  • AFS lighting system
  • Integrated audio system with Bluetooth
  • Racing livery in black
  • 20 inch forged rims in gold
  • Red brake callipers
  • Scuderia shields on fenders
  • Yellow rev counter
  • Carbon fibre racing seats
  • 3D fabric seat inserts in red
  • Red safety belts

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – info@crossley-webb.com

Ferrari 812 Superfast

Ferrari 812 Superfast – 2018 – 2550km – R 6 999 950

2550km

ferrari 812 superfast 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 Ferrari 812 Superfast is the latest model in the line of historic Ferrari front engine V12 GT cars. Front engined V12 GT cars hold a special place in the history of Ferrari with legendary models such as the 250 GT, Daytona and 550 Maranello and this model does the legacy justice. The naturally aspirated V12 engine has been described as one of the best ever produced with an addictive tone and ferocity that no turbo or electric engine can think of ever matching

 

The Ferrari 812 Superfast features the following improvements over it’s predecessor the Ferrari F12

  • Completely new engine design with 60 more BHP (800 BHP) with the ability to rev to 8900 rpm
  • Shorter gear ratios were used to improve acceleration and increase the sensation of thrust
  • The seven speed dual clutch transmission shifts 30% faster
  • The highest pressure injection system ever fitted to a petrol car (350 bar)
  • A four wheel steering system has improved the handling with superior agility
  • The most efficient braking system ever fitted to a Ferrari, which was previously fitted to the La Ferrari Hyper car

 

This Ferrari 812 Superfast is a low mileage one owner 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

 

It still has the balance of the three year factory warranty and seven year maintenance plan and has only covered 2550 km since new

 

Performance:

0 – 100 km/h = 2.9 seconds

Top speed = 340 km/h

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details on the links below:

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster – 2014 – R 6 999 950

18 050km

 

lamborghini Aventador roadster SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.5l – V12
Transmission
7-speed Semi Automatic
Layout
Mid engine, all-wheel-drive
Power Output
690 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Yellow – Giallo Orion
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Lamborghini Aventador was launched in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show, replacing the famous and powerful Murcielago. Like most Lamborghinis, the “Aventador” was named after a famous fighting bull, specifically after an award-winning bull from the Spanish Corrida te Toros.

 

The design of the Aventador was penned by Filippo Perini and borrowed design cues from Lamborghini’s Reventon as well as inspiration from the aerospace industry. Even though the exterior design seems radically different, Lamborghini is keeping to the same formula that its predecessors had in the past. It even has some iconic features that past Lamborghinis had such as a V12 mid engine position and iconic scissor doors. It also features a dual tone colour scheme which finishes the frame of the windscreen and the surrounding areas of the rear windows all the way up to the fins in black.

 

A power figure of 690 BHP is what the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster produces with its 6.5 litre naturally aspirated V12 engine. This combined with the 7 speed semi-automatic transmission and the electronically assisted all-wheel drive system will get the Aventador to 100 km/h in just 3 seconds and will touch 350 km/h when going at full speed.

 

Extras

 

This Lamborghini Aventador Roadster was delivered new in March 2014, has a full service record and comes with the following extras:

  • Front exterior Carbon fibre package
  • Rear exterior Carbon fibre package
  • Exterior details in Carbon fibre
  • Yellow brake calipers
  • Yellow suspension springs
  • Carbon fibre engine bay trim
  • T – Engine cover in Carbon fibre
  • Transparent engine cover
  • Exhaust software
  • Sportivo interior
  • Full interior carbon fibre package
  • Parking assistance (Front and rear parking sensors plus rear-view camera)
  • Sensonum premium audio system
  • Multi function steering wheel with perforated inserts
  • Fully Electric and heated seats
  • Inverted interior stitching
  • Dione forged rims 20 inch and 21 inch – finished in high gloss black

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details:

Lamborghini Aventador

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster – 2013 – R 6 500 000

11 050 km

lamborghini Aventador roadster SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.5l – V12
Transmission
7-speed Semi Automatic
Layout
Mid engine, all-wheel-drive
Power Output
690 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Azzuro Thetys
Interior Colour
Cream
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Lamborghini Aventador was launched in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show and replaces the famous and powerful Murcielago. Like most Lamborghinis, the “Aventador” was named after a famous fighting bull, specifically after an award-winning bull from the Spanish Corrida te Toros.

 

The design of the Aventador was penned by Filippo Perini and borrowed design cues from Lamborghini’s Reventon as well as inspiration from the aerospace industry. Even though the exterior design seems radically different, Lamborghini is keeping to the same formula that its predecessors had in the past. It even has some iconic features that past Lamborghinis had such as a V12 mid engine position and iconic scissor doors. It also features a dual tone colour scheme which finishes the frame of the windscreen and the surrounding areas of the rear windows all the way up to the fins in black.

 

A power figure of 690 BHP is what the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster produces with its 6.5 litre naturally aspirated V12 engine. This combined with the 7 speed semi-automatic transmission and the electronically assisted all-wheel drive system will get the Aventador to 100 km/h in just 3 seconds and will touch 350 km/h when going at full speed.

Extras

This example has a full service history and comes with several extras which include:

  • A transparent engine cover,
  • Dione forged rims in silver,
  • A Sensonum premium audio system
  • Parking sensors
  • Rear view camera
  • Multi-function steering wheel
  • Branding package with leather
  • Interior done in a cream finish colour scheme

For more information, please contact Gareth or Jeremy using the contact details below .

Ferrari 488 Spider

Ferrari 488 Spider – 2019 – only 1177 km R 5 799 950

1177km

ferrari 488 spider SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.9l twin turbo 90 deg. V8
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
660 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red – Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 488 Spider is an open top twin to the 488 GTB and was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015, providing an impressive offering in Ferrari’s line of historic open top V8 Sports cars.

This model features the following improvements over it’s predecessor the Ferrari 458 Spider:

  • Completely new engine design – 3.9l twin turbo V8
  • 100 BHP more than the 458 Spider at 660 BHP
  • Downforce has increased by 50% over the 458 Spider with drag reduced resulting in the most aerodynamic open top Ferrari ever
  • Chassis stiffness improved by 23%
  • 10kg lighter over the 458 Spider

 

Although the Ferrari 488 Spider has superb levels of performance, it is extremely user friendly and a pleasure to drive. This is a result of an efficient 7 speed dual clutch F1 transmission, providing smooth and easy gear changing at any moment. Acceleration remains unchanged over its coupe sibling, hitting 100 km/h from a standing start in just 3 seconds and will make its way to it’s 325 km/h top speed. Truly impressive for a droptop supercar of this caliber.

 

Extras Fitted

 

This is a 2019 example in exceptional condition that has had many desirable optional extras fitted such as:

  • Suspension lifting system
  • High Quality HiFi system
  • Scuderia Ferrari Shields
  • Carbon fibre steering with LEDs
  • Yellow rev counter
  • Coloured special stitching in red
  • Cavallino stitched on headrest
  • 20 inch Forged diamond rims
  • Front and rear parking cameras
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • AFS – front lighting system
  • Rear CD reader
  • Sport exhaust system
  • Carbon fibre side air splitter
  • Carbon fibre hub caps
  • Red brake callipers

 

This 2019 Ferrari 488 Spider is finished in the iconic Rosso Corsa Colour with Black interior. The suspension lifter system and parking cameras add to the practicality of this example, making it easier to use for everyday purposes.

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – e-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

Porsche 993 RS

Porsche 993 RS – Clubsport – 1996 – Offers invited

51 500 km 

 

Porsche 993 RS Clubsport SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.8 L flat six cylinder
Transmission
6 speed manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
300 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The 993 designation of Porsche’s 911 range was officially released in 1994. The improvements over the previous version were vast, including the all alloy multi link rear suspension, a dual flow exhaust system, larger brakes with drilled discs and an improved power steering system

 

The Clubsport is a rare track-orientated specification of the Porsche 993 RS which came with a welded roll cage, a larger rear wing and a deeper chin spoiler. Comfort features such as air conditioning, electric windows, carpets and radio were deleted.

Approximately 277 were produced and only 2 genuine Clubsport examples were imported to South Africa. This example has had only 5 owners from new and has covered 51 500 km

 

A Full body respray and mechanical refurbishment was undertaken by Crossley & Webb in April 2018 during which the following work was done:

 

  • New windscreen and covering frame
  • New interior mirror
  • New distributor cap
  • New idle speed adjuster including grommet and hose
  • Remove Diktator engine management system and install original Bosch ECU
  • Replacement of all body rubbers, washers and screws etc.
  • Remove, clean and refit suspension including power steering rack
  • Clean and respray rear stabilizer bar and brackets plus refit
  • Strip both front shocks with New threaded shoulder machined by engineering company
  • Replace cone spacer for rear suspension
  • Replace all brake disks
  • Refurbish all brake calipers
  • Refurbishment of all rims, disassemble, sandblast all
  • New 160-wheel bolts and reassemble
  • New Michelin tyres
  • Adjust suspension to original specification
  • Remove engine and gearbox
  • Fit engine on stand
  • Remove intake manifold, Clean and send for vapour blasting
  • Remove exhaust manifolds, Install ceramic coated exhaust with new gaskets and nuts
  • Install exhaust catalytic converter (ceramic coated) with new bracket and coated straps
  • Install new heat shield with screws
  • Install new heater manifold with 2 side brackets
  • New tail pipes
  • New heat protection plates
  • Remove all black tin around engine and respray black
  • New oil pipes
  • New heater hoses
  • Drain and renew gearbox oil
  • New air control tube
  • New wheel housing liners

 

 

Optional extras added to this porsche 993 RS Clubsport:

  • XE7 – Additional oil cooler
  • 003 – Carrera RS Clubsport
  • 150 –  Operates with leaded gas (no catalyst)
  • 459 – Strut bar
  • 471 – Carrera RS Club Sport rear spoiler
  • 567 – Top tinted windscreen
  • 990 – Seat covers – cloth – cloth – leatherette for door cards
  • 09991 – Manufacture from the exclusive programme

 

 

This is a rare opportunity to secure a limited-edition South African road licensed example of a strong motor heritage brand

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details

 

Ferrari 488

Ferrari 488 GTB – 2018 – only 1850 km – R 4 599 950

1850 km

 

ferrari 488 gtb SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.9l twin turbo 90 deg. V8
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
660 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Grey (Grigio Silverstone)
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 488 GTB is the successor to the 458 Italia, therefore improving on performance, styling and overall vehicle dynamics. Ferrari’s in house styling centre in Maranello, under the eye of Flavio Manzoni, is responsible for the design of the 488 GTB.

The 488 is 50% more aerodynamic as a result of the newly designed double front splitter and blown rear spoiler that is integrated into the rear deck lid. The car is powered by a 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, generating a higher power output than the 458 at 661 BHP.

 

The result is a 0-100 km/h time of 3.0 seconds and a 330km/h top speed.

The fast dual clutch 7 speed gearbox assists with the rapid power delivery and provides a great amount of acceleration.

 

The GTB moniker stands for Gran Turismo Berlinetta and was first used in 1964 with the 275 GTB, describing it as a grand tourer sports coupe. As a result, the Ferrari 488 GTB is not only to be considered as a high-performance supercar, but is also a comfortable and user-friendly car that is a pleasure to drive and enjoy.

 

This is a one owner 2018 example that has only covered 1850 km from new. It has a desirable Grigio Silverstone paint scheme with Black Poltorna Frau leather and optional extras include:

  • Suspension lift system
  • Adaptive front lighting system
  • Front and rear parking sensors plus camera
  • Premium Hifi system
  • Electric seats with Cavallino stitched on headrest in charcoal

 

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

 

Ferrari F12

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta – 2014 – R 4 399 950

14 635 km 

 

ferrari F12 Berlinetta SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.3l V12
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
740 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red – Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was a landmark car for Ferrari when it was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show and featured many improvements over the model it replaces, the 599 GTB Fiorano. It is narrower, shorter, lighter and has a lower centre of roll, making it more stable and agile for improved handling characteristics.

 

The 6.3l direct injection V12 engine produces 740 BHP and will get the F12 to 100 km/h from a standing start in just 3.1 seconds. The transmission is the fast and smooth dual-clutch, seven speed system which makes the Ferrari F12 one of the most user friendly Supercars ever produced by any manufacturer. The combination of the engine power and transmission performance will get the F12 Berlinetta to reach an impressive top speed of 340 km/h.  The aluminium chassis is 20% stiffer and 70kg lighter all clothed in a beautiful design by Pinninfarina with an exquisite interior covered with Frau leather to match.

 

The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has received a few awards since it’s release which includes Top Gear Magazine’s 2012 Supercar of the Year award and the 2013 International Performance Engine of the Year award for it’s 6.3L V12.

 

This Ferrari F12 is a well specced 2014 example that has only covered 14 635km from new. Optional extras include:

  • The lifting suspension system
  • Scuderia shields on fenders
  • Forged rims
  • Red brake calipers
  • Carbon fibre engine covers
  • Contrasting stitching in red

 

For more information on this beautiful Ferrari F12, contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details:

Tel: (021) 462 3558 E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

Porsche 911 GT3RS

Porsche 911 GT3RS – 991 gen 1 – 2016 – R 2 550 000

29575 km

 

Porsche 911 gt3rs (991 gen 1) SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.0 L flat six cylinder
Transmission
7 speed dual clutch
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
492  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Silver
Interior Colour
Black with Silver
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Porsche 911 GT3RS (991 gen 1) released officially at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, displaying several performance, aerodynamic and interior changes over the regular GT3 to make it a more performance orientated car. These changes include the bolted-on roll cage, full bucket seats, six-point safety harnesses, louvers equipped in the front fenders and intakes in the rear fenders to name a few. The roof is also made from magnesium in order to save weight and most of the interior inserts are covered in carbon fibre.

 

Porsche’s iconic flat-six engine has had a capacity increase to 4 litres from 3.8 which now makes 492 BHP and will accelerate from 0-100 km/h in a rapid 3.4 seconds. It will also hit a top speed of 310 km/h while providing decent stability and grip due to the amount of downforce from the improved aerodynamics. The engine is coupled to a PDK 7 speed dual clutch gearbox to ensure fast and smooth gear changes. It also has great handling assists such as the rear-axle steering and Porsche’s torque vectoring system to ensure maximum traction and grip around corners.

 

The combination of the engine and handling performance gives the Porsche 911 GT3 RS a Nurburgring Nordschliefe time of 7 minutes and 20 seconds.

 

This example was delivered new in 2016 and was recently fitted with brand new Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.

 

Optional extras added to this porsche 911 gt3rs:

  • Front suspension lifter
  • Upgraded audio system

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details

Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda

Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda – 1968 – R 2 550 000

8506 miles showing

 

Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.8L Inline 6
Transmission
4-Speed Automatic
Layout
Front Engine, Rear Wheel Drive
Power Output
170 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Black
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

what makes the Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda special?

Officially introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and remaining in production until 1971, the Mercedes W113 “Pagoda” is one of the long lines of two-seater coupe/roadster produced by Mercedes Benz. It got the nickname “Pagoda” from the slightly concave hardtop that was designed along with the rest of the car by Paul Bracq and Bela Barenyi. This makes it uniquely distinct from the rest of its siblings and also rather desirable for collectors and enthusiasts alike.

 

Some components of the bodywork were produced in aluminum as this is in order to save weight. The chassis was wide and short to provide the best possible handling and it worked hand in hand with mechanical components such as the suspension, brakes and radial tyres to further improve handling performance.

 

The 280 SL was officially released and started production at the end of 1967 and continued production until 1971 when Mercedes Benz introduced the replacement model series altogether. Like the entire W113 range, the 280 SL has a 6-cylinder engine but with 2.8 liters of displacement that develops 170 BHP.  It came with a choice of a 4-speed manual or automatic gearboxes.

 

This particular example is a 1968-year model with the 4-speed automatic transmission that underwent a full restoration by a respected Mercedes Benz specialist a few years ago.

 

It has been fastidiously maintained by its owners over the past few years and is one of the best 280SL Pagoda examples in South Africa.

 

For more information on this vehicle, please contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details.

Ferrari 575

Ferrari 575 M Maranello – 2003 – R 1 999 950

30 050 km

 

ferrari 575 M Maranello SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.7 l V12
Transmission
6-speed F1
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
508 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue – Azzuro California
Interior Colour
Crema
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 575 M Maranello was produced from 2002 to 2006 and was an improvement and replacement to the successful 550 Maranello.

 

Despite the similarities between the 550 and 575M, there are several upgrades that separate the two.

 

  • Power was increased to 508 BHP from the predecessor’s 448 BHP.
  • A Magneti Marelli semi-automatic F1 transmission was introduced for effective and seamless gear changes and power delivery.
  • Brake disc size was increased
  • Aerodynamics were refined and improved
  • Improved 50/50 weight distribution.

 

Ferrari also gave this GT car an updated and redesigned interior to provide the best standard of comfort for long distance driving. Component upgrades and changes were the dashboard, trim and steering wheel to name a few.

 

This 2003 example is in superb condition and was delivered new on the 9th of April 2003 by Viglietti Motors Cape Town.

It was ordered in the elegant combination of Azzuro California paint with Crema interior, blue carpets and optional modular rim (usually available with the GTC package examples). Is has it’s original book set and service history up to date.

 

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

Aston Martin DBS

Aston Martin DBS – 2012 – Ultimate – R 1 999 950

13130 miles 

 

Aston MArtin DBS Ultimate SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.9 L V12
Transmission
6 Speed ZF Automatic with Paddles
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
510  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Carbon Black
Interior Colour
Obsidian Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Ultimate Edition of Aston Martin DBS model is the final sendoff to the DB9 lineup, limiting the production of this special edition to 100 units, this model being number 17.

Distinguishing the Ultimate Edition to a normal DBS would be difficult from a distance as the differences are in the small and finer details of the body. As a result, changes are mostly cosmetic which include:

 

  • Black front grille, bonnet and side strake meshes
  • Carbon fibre wing mirror caps
  • Zircotec black coated exhaust tailpipe finishes
  • Smoked rear tail lamps
  • Black lamp surrounds plus carbon fibre rear lamp fills
  • Gloss black diamond turned wheels
  • DBS badge featuring a red “S”
  • Quilted Obsidian black interior and Diamond quilt Alcantara headlining
  • Carbon fibre upper facia and piano black centre console
  • Paddle tips trimmed in spicy leather
  • DBS seat embroidery with red “S”
  • Black anodised Bang & Olufsen speaker grilles
  • Unique sill plaque featuring the individual build number

 

The wheels are painted in a special diamond black colour scheme along with red brake calipers fitted in this example. It also has special DBS badging and unique sill plaques featuring the individual build number.

 

Under the bonnet lies Aston Martin’s 6.0L naturally aspirated V12 engine which makes 510 BHP and is connected to a 6 speed ZF automatic transmission with paddle shifters located on both sides of the steering wheel for quick and effortless shifting. As a result, it propels the DBS Ultimate to 100km/h from a standstill in 4.3 seconds and will hit a top speed of 305km/h.

 

This example was produced in 2012 and was first delivered in the UK before coming to South Africa. Since then, it has only covered 13010 miles from new and is in immaculate condition.

Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead

Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead – 2008

36 300km

 

rolls royce phantom drophead SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.75l V12
Transmission
8 speed Automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
435 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
English white
Interior Colour
Mocassin
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

With a design inspired by the J Class racing yachts of the 1930’s one would think this car would drive like a land based yacht. However, this is a Rolls Royce which you will enjoy driving rather than being driven in. Based on the 100EX concept that was unveiled at the Geneva motorshow in 2004, the Phantom Drophead Coupe is 9 inches shorter than the Phantom sedan and rides on 21 inch wheels as standard with the Rolls Royce badge that stays static while it is in motion.

 

Powered by the buttery smooth 6.75l V12 under the elegant brushed stainless-steel bonnet, the Phantom Drophead Coupe handles with an agility and nimbleness that is surprising considering its size, propelling it to 100 in just 5.7 seconds. Coach doors (otherwise known as suicide doors) allow the windscreen pillar to be an extension of the aluminium frame which results in the most rigid chassis of any contemporary convertible. The full grain leather and natural wood veneers and the six layer soft top hood provides superb insulation and enhances the cabin’s overall comfort and character. This Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead even comes with it’s own Umbrella smartly located inside the driver’s door when needed for those rainy days.

 

This is a well maintained example that has only covered 36 300km over the past nine years. It has an English white paintjob, a Mocassin interior, a veneered instrument panel, veneered steering wheel spokes, teak decking, the brushed steel package and a Navy blue hood. The epitome of pure luxury and class for absolute great value.

 

 

Ferrari 348

Ferrari 348 TS – 1993 – R 1 299 950

41 400 km

 

Ferrari 348 TS SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.4L V8
Transmission
5-Speed Transverse Manual
Layout
Mid Engine, Rear Wheel Drive
Power Output
300 BHP
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black/Red
No of doors
2

 

what makes the Ferrari 348 TS special?

In 1989, the Ferrari 348 officially became the successor to the Ferrari 328 upon it’s debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was also the last V8 powered Ferrari that was built under the direction of Enzo Ferrari himself before he passed away. It was designed by Pininfarina’s own Leonardo Fioravanti, who also designed the Ferrari F40, Daytona, 288 GTO and many other iconic Ferraris. They were also produced in both coupe and targa variants.

 

The powerplant that Ferrari chose for the 348 was a Tipo F119 3.4L V8 that produces around 300 BHP. It can also therefore get the 348 from zero to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds. It is coupled to a 5-speed dogleg gearbox that was mounted in a transverse configuration, hence the “T” in TS (Transversale Spider) or TB (Transversale Berlinetta) designations in the 348 model range. As a result, the combination of this engine and transmission setup in the 348 TS will get it to a top speed of 270 km/h.

 

The 348 has a decent selection of features which assists in optimal performance such as the dual-computer engine management system that were produced by Bosch, anti-lock brakes for improved and reliable stopping performance and self-diagnosing heating and air-conditioning systems. It was also fitted with a dry sump oil system as a prevention measure to stop oil starvation at high speeds and hard cornering.

 

This example is a 1993 model and has covered 41835 km. It has been well maintained, had a cambelt service and new clutch (incl. flywheel) fitted plus new Michelin tyres just over one year ago.

 

For more information, please contact Gareth or Jeremy using the details below.

 

Sunbeam Tiger

Sunbeam Tiger (Alpine 260) – 1966 – R 1 250 000

23 553 miles showing

sunbeam tiger (Alpine 260) SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
260 cu inch Ford V8
Transmission
4 speed manual
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
164 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Sunbeam Tiger (Alpine 260) is a high performance V8 version of the Sunbeam Alpine produced by Rootes.

Whilst the name ‘Alpine 260’ was the name Rootes put on the programme for the New York Auto Show in April ’64, ‘Sunbeam Tiger’ had been decided on by the time the show opened. However, the name Tiger could not be used in certain European countries (conflicted with Panhard Tigre in France and Messerschmidt Tiger in Germany) and it was decided along with Simca that the Tiger should be launched on the European market as the ‘Alpine 260’. The project began in 1962, when racing driver and Formula One champion Jack Brabham went to the Rootes competition manager with the idea of fitting the Alpine, which was normally powered by small-displacement four-cylinder engines, with a larger Ford V-8 powerplant.

 

Realizing that the Alpine needed more power to compete successfully in the U.S., Rootes approved the conversion, which was designed in part by Carroll Shelby, who had carried out a similar V8 conversion on the AC Cobra. The Tiger was often referred to as Carroll Shelby’s other pioneer “hybrid”. Although Shelby hoped to be given a contract to produce the Tiger in America, Rootes was unhappy about Carroll’s close relationship with Ford, so final assembly was done at Jensen’s West Bromwich plant in England. Carroll was paid an undisclosed royalty for every Tiger built. The early Tigers featured:

  • 260cu inch Ford V8 produced 164 BHP
  • Rack and pinion steering,
  • Stiffer springs,
  • four speed transmission

 

Restoration Details

 

This is a numbers correct example with its correct 260ci Ford engine which has been owned by its previous owner prior to Crossley & Webb since 1985. It was based in Benoni prior to the owner relocating to the Cape three years ago which has resulted in a body that is very solid and rust free. Prior to selling the car to us, a major engine rebuild was completed

 

Restoration work completed by Crossley & Webb includes:

  • Full body respray in Carnival red (original colour)
  • Factory hardtop sprayed black and new window fitted
  • New body and trim rubbers
  • Suspension rebuild
  • Steering rack rebuild
  • Carburettor rebuilt
  • Major service
  • New clutch fitted
  • New tyres
  • Original rims refurbished
  • New carpets and interior
  • New soft top roof
  • Restored wood trim in burled walnut finish
  • New badges and beadings

 

For more information contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details:

Tel: (021) 462 3558 E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

 

Land Rover Series 1

Land Rover Series 1 – Fire Engine – 1957 – POA

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Land rover series 1 fire engine SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.0l inline four cylinder
Transmission
4 speed manual
Layout
Front engine, Four-wheel-drive
Power Output
51 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Red
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The original Land Rover was developed by the Rover car company following the second World War. Development of a new model at this time required practical out of the box thinking as the British economy was depressed, rationing was still in use and there was a shortage of steel.

Chief designer at Rover, Maurice Wilks, was inspired by his ex US army Jeep which he used on his farm. The plan was to target the agriculture and mining industry with a similar but improved product. Many existing off the shelf parts were used and aluminium was extensively incorporated as this was in good supply. The success of this model both in the UK and export markets was a huge surprise for the Rover car company and it remains a motoring icon to this day

 

The Rover commercial vehicles division produced various derivatives Land Rover and the Fire engine (tender) was one.

 

Details of our example

 

This car:

Sold new in 1957 by Robb Motors of Cape Town to the O’Okiep Copper mine in the town of Nababeep near Springbok.

The mine was legally required to have a fire engine (they had three) which were kept in good order. It was started up and driven once a week and therefore has only covered 5065 miles since new. The chassis & body is rust free due to being based in the dry climate.

 

When the mine closed approximately 20 years ago, an auction was held and the current owner purchased the Land Rover and placed it in storage. Late in 2019 the owner made contact with Crossley & Webb and we carried out a mechanical recommissioning programme and the following was done:

 

  • Major service
  • Drained old oil from engine, gearbox and differential
  • Renew all oils
  • New oil filter
  • New spark plugs
  • Replaced ignition leads
  • New battery fitted
  • Removed and flushed fuel tank
  • Replaced fuel lines
  • Rebuilt carburetor
  • Refurbished radiator
  • New water pipes fitted
  • Refurbished braking system:
    • Reline 8 brake shoes
    • Machine 4 drums
    • Fit new front and rear wheel cylinder kits
    • New brake hoses
    • Cylinders reconditioned and re sleeved

 

This is an unrepeatable opportunity to purchase an unrestored but recommissioned  Land Rover Series 1 fire engine many of which have had their original equipment stripped and have been converted back to standard models

For more information contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details:

Tel: (021) 462 3558 E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defender – 1997 – Series 1 Custom – POA

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Land rover defender – series 1 custom build SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.5 l inline four cylinder diesel
Transmission
5  speed manual
Layout
Front engine, Four-wheel-drive
Power Output
111 bhp
Fuel type
Exterior Colour
Black
Interior Colour
Beige canvas
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Rover car company developed the original Land Rover following the second World War. Development of a new model at this time required practical out of the box thinking as the British economy went through depression, rationing was still in use and there was a shortage of steel.

Chief designer at Rover, Maurice Wilks, was inspired by his ex US army Jeep which he used on his farm. The plan was to target the agriculture and mining industry with a similar but improved product.  The success of this model both in the UK and export markets was a huge surprise for the Rover car company and it remains a motoring icon to this day

 

Details of our example

 

This car:

This example is a custom build based on a 1997 Land Rover defender 90 with the TDi diesel engine. The body of the original Defender was removed and Land Rover series 1 body panels and firewall were sourced to back date the donor car. In addition, high quality ebony wooden panels were made up for the floor and loading bay plus high quality canvas (usually used on Mercedes Benz soft tops) was imported from Germany for the seats and weather gear.

 

For more information contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details:

Tel: (021) 462 3558 E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

Porsche 964 Convertible

Porsche 964 Convertible – 1991 – R 899 950

157 300 km

 

Porsche 964 convertible SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.6-litre flat 6-cylinder
Transmission
Manual Transmission – 5 speed
Layout
Rear engine, rear wheel drive
Power Output
247 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Black
No of doors
2

 

What makes this car special:

Porsche’s iconic 911 have been one of the longest lasting sports car series known in the auto industry. Several eras of the 911 have been created over a span of over 50 years. The Porsche 964 marks the third generation of the 911 series that started production in 1989 with 85% of the car itself being entirely new while sticking to the iconic shape of its predecessors. It also came in different body style such as the Targa, cabriolet and coupe.

 

Parts that were new in comparison to the previous model include the following:

 

  • A new M64 naturally aspirated flat six 3.6l engine coupled to a 5 speed manual gearbox that makes 247 BHP
  • Re designed suspension with torsion bars replaced with coil springs and shock absorbers for improved ride quality and handling.
  • ABS and power steering were now standard equipment for better handling.
  • Bumpers on the exterior of the 964 mounted flush with the rest of the bodywork along with the fog lamps.

 

The Porsche 964 convertible will go from zero to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds and will reach a top speed of 261 km/h.

 

Revisions of the interior were also done from the previous generation 911 and has added features such as:

  • Dual airbags
  • Automatic climate control for interior cooling and heating.
  • Redesigned cluster featuring brighter warning lights.

 

This Porsche 964 Convertible is a beautiful example with a full service history, service books, desirable manual gearbox and black on black colour scheme.

 

Recent maintenance includes:

 

  • Recent major service by agents
  • New Michelin tyres recently fitted
  • New rear suspension bushes
  • Rear brake pads
  • Gear lever linkages

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details

 

 

 

Porsche 911

Porsche 911 (997) Carrera 4S – low km – R 640 000

39 700 km

 

Porsche 911 (997) Carrera 4S SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.8 L flat six cylinder
Transmission
5 speed automatic (Tiptronic)
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
376  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Grey
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

In 2004 Porsche released the 997 version of the iconic Porsche 911. Significant styling changes were made to the 997 series due to the unpopular headlight design of the preceding 996.

 

The S derivatives of the 997 were officially released towards the end of 2004 and received the upgraded 3.8 liter flat six engine that produces 376 BHP, a 29 BHP increase from the base Carrera model. This is thanks not only to the displacement increase but the upgraded sports exhaust system too. The S model also includes the Porsche active suspension management system (PASM), 19 inch wheels and an upgraded braking system that is also used on the 911 Turbo. The 4S model features an all wheel drive system which provides superior grip and handling especially on poor road conditions and a wider rear track and body giving it a more aggressive appearance. The 997 also received a few technological interior upgrades and changes and leaving a modern aluminium finish throughout.

 

This is an excellent example of the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Convertible which has only covered 39 700 km from new. It comes with a full service record with the most recent service in October 2019 at which time a new set of Michelin tyres were fitted.

 

Optional extras added to this porsche 911 4s:

  • Sports Chrono package
  • Electric seats with memory
  • Porsche emblems embossed on headrest
  • Navigation
  • Bose audio system
  • CD shuttle
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Multi function steering wheel
  • Cruise control
  • Wind deflector

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details.

 

Porsche 911 SC

Porsche 911 SC Coupe – 1983 – R 599 950

228112 km

 

Porsche 911 SC Coupe SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.0L flat six cylinder
Transmission
5 Speed Manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
204 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Porsche 911 SC started production in 1978 and was released in coupe, cabriolet and Targa forms through into the early 80’s. The SC (Super Carrera) name was reintroduced for the first time since the 356 SC in 1964 and the 911 SC received several revisions from 1980 onwards. The 911 SC officially stopped production in 1983 after it’s five year run in production and been replaced by the 911 Carrera in 1984.

 

The 3.0L naturally aspirated 6-cylinder boxer engine made 180 BHP from it’s release in 1978, however thanks to the said revisions it received a power increase of up to 204 BHP between the 1981 and 1983 production period. It was mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and the engine was air cooled like most of the rear engine Porsches back in that era. It could reach just over 220 km/h and could hit 100 km/h from a standstill within the 6 second mark.

 

Thanks to the configuration of the flat six engine, it also has a lower center of gravity which improves handling, making it handle better compared to other sports cars of its time and is still used in the newer 911 models to this day.

 

This example of the 911 SC has had a recent refurbishment and an extensive service history with all of the original books and manual from the factory. The engine has also been upgraded to “Carrera” spec for better performance and 17 inch wheels have been fitted. A great opportunity to own a clean example of a classic Porsche 911.

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BMW 635

BMW 635 CSI – 1981 – Alpina spec – R 499 950

70 500 miles

 

BMW 635 CSI SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.5l in line 6 cylinder
Transmission
5 Speed manual
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
215  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Polaris Silver
Interior Colour
Black interior
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The BMW 6 series was the successor to the BMW E9 and was powered by a range of M30 straight six engines between 1976 and 1989

 

Alpina is an automobile manufacturing company which was established in 1965. Their initial focus was on carburettors and revised cylinder heads which this example had fitted in December 1981 (according to Alpina records). They are based in Bavaria, Germany and develop high performance upgrades for BMW cars to this day.

 

This BMW 635 CSI is a low milege manual example with the sought after Recaro sport seats that was delivered to a Doctor based in Germany. Due to imminently planning to move to South Africa he was able to have the car delivered in RHD and had an Alpina cylinder head, Alpina rims and Alpina steering wheel fitted prior to departing to South Africa

He owned the car until 4 years ago and we purchased it from its second owner who had limited use of this car

 

Upgrades

 

We took the decision to upgrade the suspension and front spoiler to the spec of the Alpina B9 3.5 as it already had the cylinder head and rims etc. fitted which has been verified by Alpina classic division. In addition to this we undertook a full recommissioning programme outlined below:

 

  • Major service completed including belts (BMW agents)
  • New alternator fitted (BMW agents)
  • Coolant hoses replaced (BMW agents)
  • Suspension rebuild (BMW agents)
  • New brake disks and pads (BMW agents)
  • Complete new exhaust system fitted (BMW agents)
  • New fuel tank fitted (BMW agents)
  • Injectors reconditioned
  • Reconditioned starter motor
  • Electrical:
    • Door window motors replaced
    • Repaired air-conditioning system and re gassed
  • Full body respray
  • Sourced and fitted Alpina front spoiler
  • Sourced and fitted new rubber bumper inserts
  • Coil over adjustable shocks sourced from Turner motorsport in USA
  • Strut bar sourced and fitted
  • New Michelin tyres fitted
  • Corner weights and ride height setup

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details

Citroen DS

Citroen DS 23 Pallas – 1973 – R 299 950

13914 km showing

Citroen ds 23 pallas SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.3l – in line four cylinder – naturally aspirated
Transmission
5 speed manual
Layout
Front engine, front-wheel-drive
Power Output
115 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
White
No of doors
4

 

what makes this car special?

Launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1955, the Citroen DS shook the world with its aerodynamic design and innovative technology. It was known as one of the most popular French cars. Taking in 80000 deposits in 10 days from the official unveiling.  The Citroen DS is a symbol of French ingenuity and was developed in secret over an 18-year period. The DS is remembered as one of the most successful cars to ever be produced and it’s innovative design was ahead of it’s time when compared to other cars of the 1950’s.

 

Features

 

Manufactured from 1955 to 1975, the DS featured a number of unique and special features such as:

  • Hydro-pneumatic suspension for a better ride,
  • Power steering for easier turning at low speeds,
  • Disc brakes (first for a production car),
  • A fiberglass roof which lowered the center of gravity,
  • Independent suspension,
  • New radial tyre technology which Citroen engineers exploited through its parent company Michelin
  • Indicators located inside the top left and right sides of the rear windscreen.

 

The DS was designed and penned by Italian designer Flaminio Bertoni, who also designed the Citroen 2CV and the Citroen Traction Avant.  The term DS is a play on the words “Dee Esse” which translates to “Goddess”

 

Citroen DS’s that were made locally were initially built in Johannesburg. However, production was moved to Port Elizabeth in 1970, with a few differences to European version. Mainly being the seats, which were Vinyl over foam cushions, and other minor locally sourced items, making them more cost effective to produce.

 

The Citroen DS was also successful in motorsport. Winning in the Monte Carlo Rally in 1959 and 1966 as well as winning the 1000 Lakes Rally in 1962 in a DS12,

 

This is a South African made model manufactured in 1973 that benefits from upgraded hydraulic fluid (LHM). This makes it less corrosive and more practical when driving on different types of terrain. A comprehensive restoration was done about 10 years ago. A recent service of the carburetors, oil and filters has recently been completed, giving it a new lease on life for years to come.

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – info@crossley-webb.com

Maserati Quattroporte

Maserati Quattroporte Series 4 – 1996 – R 285 950

94 000 km 

 

maserati quattroporte SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
2.8l twin turbo V6
Transmission
4-speed ZF Automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
280 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
Beige
No of doors
4

 

what makes this car special?

Maserati have been well known for their luxurious GT cars and saloons for many years now and the Quattroporte is their signature luxury saloon. The Maserati Quattroporte is a four-door luxury sports sedan. The name is translated from Italian, meaning four doors.

 

The fourth generation Quattroporte (Tipo AM337) was unveiled at the Turin Auto Show in April 1994 and was built from 1994 to 2001 under the full ownership of Fiat. It was built on an evolved and stretched version of the Bi Turbo saloons’ architecture with a steel monocoque chassis and used twin-turbocharged V6 and V8 engines respectively from the Ghibli and Maserati Shamal coupes.

 

The Quattroporte also featured all independent suspension with MacPherson struts upfront and trailing arms in the rear section for improved and optimal handling and comfort. In addition to the handling improvements, weight was reduced by 300kg due to the Quattroporte’s underpinnings that it shares with the Biturbo.

 

The interior is done with comfort in mind, fully upholstering it in a combination of Conolly leather and elm burl wood veneer to give it a homely and welcoming feel. The elegant, signature Maserati clock is also spotted above the climate controls in the center.

 

The wedge shaped aerodynamic body with angular rear wheel arches was the work of Marcello Gandini, who was also responsible for the designs of the Lamborghini Miura and Countach.

 

This is a low mileage Maserati Quattroporte with the 2.8l V6 Twin Turbo engine with 280 BHP. It will accelerate from zero to 100km/h in 5.9 seconds and will reach a top speed of 255km/h.

It has recently had a major refurbishment programme completed at Crossley & Webb. A good opportunity to acquire Italian luxury for a bargain.

 

 

 

MGA

MGA Roadster – 1957 – R 279 950

19 864 miles showing

 

MGA Roadster specifications

Engine
1500 cc inline 4 cylinder
Transmission
4-Speed manual
Layout
Front Engine, Rear Wheel Drive
Power Output
72 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Green
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The arrival of the MGA in 1955 introduced one the first modern sports cars to the post war market. There was a stark contrast to the pre war style bodies of the MG TD and MG TF with the streamlined aerodynamic body and design of the MGA

 

The engine used was the Austin designed 1489cc B series engine which produced 72 BHP. Independent front suspension and a live rear axle resulted in nimble handling and the MGA was equally at home on public roads as on the race track.

 

The MGA was an instant hit and sold well

 

This is a 1957 example that has been in single ownership for 15 years. Recent refurbishment and servicing early in 2020 has included:

 

  • Complete overhaul of the braking system
    • refurbish master cylinder
    • Skim all drums
    • Replace front and rear brake shoes and setup
    • Replace front brake hoses
  • Refurbish fuel system
    • Clean & re coat fuel tank
    • Clean and re-tune carburetor
  • Repair radiator and fit new expansion cap
  • Replace differential seals
  • Bleed and adjust clutch cylinders
  • New speedo cable
  • Electrical
    • Fit four new spark plugs
    • Test alternator
    • Replace battery
    • Re run earth cable
  • Engine
    • Fit new sump gasket
    • Fit new pushrod cover gaskets
    • Replace oil
    • Replace oil filter
  • Suspension
    • Replace front king pin and link pin

 

This example is a well-priced MGA in good functional condition that presents good value for the entry level classic car enthusiast. It is on display at our showroom in Cape Town

 

For more information on this vehicle, please contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details.

Lotus Europa

Lotus Europa S2 – 1970 – R 275 000

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Lotus Europa S2 SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
1.6l inline 4 cylinder
Transmission
4 speed manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
160 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Yellow
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The Lotus Europa originated from the concept put forward by Lotus engineering to win the bid for the Ford GT40 racing car project. When Lola won the bid instead of Lotus, Colin Chapman adapted the design (by South African born Ron Hickman) for this car. His goal was to produce Lotus’ first rear engine production car but for it to be simple enough for non specialist mechanics to maintain.

 

The chassis and bodywork comprised of a boxed steel backbone frame with a fibreglass body. The drivetrain was sourced from Renault with a 1470cc Renualt 16 engine and matching transaxle. Suspension was independent all round with rack and pinion steering.

 

The Series 2 model was introduced in April 1968 and featured the following improvements:

 

  • Body was fastened to the chassis instead of bonded
  • Electric windows were introduced
  • Adjustable seats
  • Fully carpeted interior
  • A new polished wooden facia for the dashboard

 

 

This example is a 1970 S2 Europa and underwent a comprehensive restoration by previous owner between 1980 and 2007. During this process he converted the powerplant to the Toyota twin cam 20 valve engine with VVT technology. This engine produces 160 BHP and weighs the same as the original Renault unit. In addition, a full respray was completed in October 2016 for a subsequent owner plus an extensive refurbishing process was carried out by Crossley & Webb

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details.

 

Jaguar S type

Jaguar S Type 3.8l – 1967 – R 225 000

50 131 miles showing

 

Jaguar S type 3.8 s SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.8l inline DOHC 6 cylinder
Transmission
4-speed manual
Layout
Font engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
220 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
White
Interior Colour
Grey
No of doors
4

 

what makes this car special?

 

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com

VW Golf GTI

VW Golf GTI 8 valve – 1989 – 2 owners – R 189 950

84300 km 

 

VW golf GTI SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
1.8l inline 4 cylinder
Transmission
5 speed manual
Layout
Front engine, front-wheel-drive
Power Output
 110 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
White
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
4

 

what makes this car special?

The VW Golf GTI is regarded as one of the top hot hatchbacks in the world and the benchmark hatchback since the first official Golf MK1 GTI that was revealed in 1975 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was famous for its combination of practicality, agility and decent engine performance with great build quality and reliability.

 

The second-generation Golf GTI was released in 1983 with a selection of either the 110 BHP 1.8L, 4-cylinder 8 valve or the 137 BHP 16 valve engines.

 

Even though the design of the MK2 Golf was developed and designed by Herbert Schafer from within VW’s design house, it still kept most of the body lines of it’s first-generation predecessor that was originally designed by Giugiaro from Italdesign but adding more rounded lines around the overall design of the bodywork. The overall body size has increased from the first generation Golf, including the wheelbase.

 

It was also a very practical vehicle, coming in two and four door variants and offering a decent amount of boot capacity with the seats up.

 

This particular example is an 8 valve model made in 1989 with 2 previous owners and a full service history. The interior has been kept in good condition along with the rest of the car itself, fitted with comfortable leather seats and the original head unit with a cassette player. This is a chance to own an all original example of one of VW’s most successful line of cars from the late eighties.

 

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 – E-mail: info@crossley-webb.com