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 7 599 950

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

 

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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

 

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Ferrari GTC4 Lusso V12

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso V12 – 2019 – R 5 799 950

300 km

 

ferrari gtc4 lusso v12 SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.3l – 65 degree V12
Transmission
7-speed F1 dual clutch
Layout
Front engine, all-wheel-drive
Power Output
680 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red – Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The thoroughbred V12 Ferrari experience for four. The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso V12 replaces the FF and is the most powerful car in it’s segment. It offers an unparalleled high performance experience for four occupants in all grip conditions with an exhilarating soundtrack. It is the most versatile Ferrari offering for those driver’s who do not want to be restricted by the elements and less that perfect driving conditions from enjoying the V12 Ferrari experience.

This Ferrari GTC4 Lusso V12 features the following improvements:

  • More power – now a 680 BHP naturally aspirated V12
  • Improved 4RM S four wheel drive system
  • Four wheel steering for improved agility
  • A new cutting edge infotainment system, improved ergonomics and insulation
  • A climate control system that is 25% quieter
  • Additional legroom
  • Improved agility due to the introduction of a four wheel steering system

 

This is the most sophisticated and upmarket way for four to travel other than in a private jet

 

This is a 2019 example that has only covered 300 km from new. It has been well specced in the desirable Rosso Corsa colour with black interior. It has not been driven by it’s first owner and is offered at a significant discount to the recommended retail price for a new Ferrari GTC 4 Lusso V12.

Extras include:

  • Suspension lifter
  • Panoramic roof
  • Hi Power Hifi system
  • Passenger display
  • Contrasting stitching in red
  • Balance of warranty and maintenance plan

 

Performance:

0 – 100 km/h: 3.4 s

Top Speed: 335 km/h

 

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

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

Ferrari 488 GTB

Ferrari 488 GTB – 2018 – only 1850 km – R 5 025 000

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 FF

Ferrari FF – 2013 – 14700km – R 2 799 950

 

Ferrari FF SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
6.3 L V12
Transmission
7-Speed F1 Dual Clutch
Layout
Front engine, all-wheel-drive
Power Output
651  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

The Ferrari FF was introduced in 2011 at the Geneva motor show as a successor to the 612 Scaglietti in Ferrari’s GT class of vehicles.

 

Designed by Lowie Vermeersch and Flavio Manzoni at the Ferrari Styling Centre, the FF’s purpose was to be a practical four-seater grand tourer that you could use as a daily driver but would also be enjoyed as a performance car.

 

The introduction to their line of “shooting-brake” designed GT cars was something that hasn’t really been seen on a Ferrari. The benefits of the design is the access to the trunk as well as the amount of storage space it contains. It also means that passengers in the rear will be more comfortable as the rear section of the FF doesn’t compromise head room.

 

This is also Ferrari’s first all-wheel drive system fitted to their road cars. This is ideal if you will be traveling in weather conditions that you won’t usually find a Ferrari in.

 

Features

 

The FF highlights are the following:

 

  • First Ferrari four wheel drive featuring the 4RM all-wheel drive system
  • Superior traction and ability on compromised driving surfaces
  • Adaptable: Five driving modes: Ice, Wet, Comfort, Sport & Traction off with independent suspension adjustment
  • Versatile: folding rear seats resulting in superior luggage capacity
  • A Highly responsive, powerful and vocal 6.3 l naturally aspirated V12 producing 651 BHP
  • 7 speed dual clutch F1 transmission with a paddle shift system which shares similar characteristics to the California, 458 Italia and the F12 berlinetta
  • Six Piston Brembo brake callipers with carbon ceramic disks
  • High quality Poltrona Frau leather interior with contrasting stitching in red

 

The combination of these features will get the Ferrari FF from zero to 100 km/h in a rapid 3.7 seconds and will get to its 335 km/h top speed.

Aston Martin DB11

Aston Martin DB11 – 2017 Launch Edition – R 2 799 950

5700 km

 

Aston Martin DB11 launch edition SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.2 L V12 Twin Turbo
Transmission
8 Speed ZF Automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
600  bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Lunar White
Interior Colour
Obsidian Black with Silver stitching
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The DB11 is Aston Martin’s replacement to the successful DB9. It was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016 with production starting in September later that year. In addition to the DB9 it replaces, the DB11 is designed to be a modern, comfortable and powerful grand tourer with the appearance to match.

 

The Aston Martin DB11’s design features make it distinguishable from any other performance grand tourer. The clam shell hood and the “Aeroblade” intakes situated in the front strakes are a few of the key distinct features that make the DB11 unique. For instance it received positive reviews and feedback from several auto journalists and won the coveted Golden Steering Wheel Award for the most beautiful car of 2017.

 

A 5.2L twin turbocharged 600 BHP V12 powers the DB11 Launch Edition. Therefore it can reach 100 km/h from a standing start in just 3.9 seconds. Furthermore, it will also reach its 320 km/h top speed in excellent comfort and luxury.

 

It has a selection of three driving modes for every occasion (GT, Sport and Sport Plus), most importantly providing different degrees of performance and comfort depending on your preferences given at the time. Therefore Sport Plus being the mode to provide the optimal performance level, settings such as the chassis, adaptable suspension, steering and exhaust adjusts to give the best possible driving experience. The rear-mounted, 8 speed ZF automatic transmission sharpens to give fast and effortless gear changes.

 

This 2017 example of the Aston Martin DB11 Launch Edition has only covered 5700 km and is finished in the Lunar White exterior paint scheme with the black exterior bodypack which includes a black roof panel and strake. The interior is finished in the contemporary Obsidian black option with silver stitching and Celestial perforation

 

Optional extras added to this Aston Martin DB11:

  • Bang & Olufsen Beosound Audio system
  • Facia trim finished in Satin chopped carbon
  • Heavy pile floor mats with leather binding
  • Embossed wings on headrest
  • Power seat bolsters
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Auto park assist
  • Dark anodised brake calipers
  • The 10 spoke direction rim in gloss black/diamond cut finish
  • Umbrella

 

Contact Jeremy or Gareth on the links below for more details

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) was unveiled 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 gave 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

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.

DeTomaso Mangusta

DeTomaso Mangusta – 1968 – ex Jim Redman – POA

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detomaso mangusta SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.7 L Ford V8
Transmission
5-speed manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
306 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
Beige
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

Argentinian born Alejandro DeTomaso founded the DeTomaso car company in Modena Italy in 1958. The company built race cars and prototypes but later produced road going sports cars. The four cylinder Vallelunga was their first road going sports car but the arrival of the Mangusta in 1967 established De Tomaso as a serious automobile manufacturer.

DeTomaso produced 401 examples over a period of four years, of which 250 are thought to have survived. The name “Mangusta” (Mongoose) was supposedly a dig at his friend & rival Carol Shelby, the creator of the AC Cobra. One of the few animals quick enough to take on the hooded snake in nature is the Mongoose.

Giorgetto Giugaro designed the DeTomaso Mangusta’s 41 inch high body during his time at Carrozzeria Ghia with his signature design feature being the dramatic diagonal – opening engine covers

This DeTomaso Mangusta is not only one of only 401 units but is one of the rare 120 European cars (the 10th example) with the 289 cubic  inch Ford V8. Later US Spec cars featured the 302 cubic inch V8 which only produced 221 BHP. In addition, only a few of these first cars featured the HiPo 289 (Shelby spec) engine which this car has.

This car was dyno tuned with recorded power at 321 BHP following it’s restoration in 2004

World Motorcycle champion Jim Redman imported this example to South Africa in 1970 and it has only had two owners since then and the current owner bought it in 1980

 

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

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 328 GTS

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

53 500 km

 

ferrari 328 gts 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 328 GTS is one of Ferrari’s well known mid to late 80’s mid-engine sports cars that has evolved from the 308 GTS/GTB and was also one of Ferrari’s commercial successes, producing over 6000 units in the GTS variant from 1985 to 1989. Even though the Ferrari 328 GTS is based on its predecessor, there were some improvements done to the body and engine to make it one of the most reliable and functional Ferraris of its time.

 

The 3.2 liter naturally aspirated, 90 degree V8 engine is an evolved powerplant from the Ferrari Dino that was developed until the early 2000s and is coupled to a 5 speed manual gearbox. It produces 270 BHP and can achieve a 0-100km/h time of 5.9 seconds. It will also reach a top speed of 262km/h, a truly capable speed for a car of that era. With a curb weight figure of just 1.263kg, it is also considered to be a light and agile performance car.

 

Improvements and revisions were made in 1988 when the 328 was fitted with an anti-lock brake system (ABS), upgraded suspension geometry to improve overall handling characteristics as well as redesigned convex shaped wheels.

 

The interior featured more easier to use switchgear compared to the 308, which made the 328 a convenient car to use while in transit. The seating was also very supportive to hold both driver and passenger in place comfortably while cornering.

 

This example was produced and released in 1989, therefore being one of the revised ABS models and has been well taken care of by Crossley & Webb’s storage division for the past year with regular maintenance and testing done to ensure its decent condition.

 

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

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti – 2006 – R 1 550 000

30 100 km

 

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti SPECIFICATIONS

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

 

what makes this car special?

The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is a high performance Grand Tourer that Ferrari made between 2004 and 2010. It was also Ferrari’s flagship model at the time.

 

Ferrari named this model after Sergio Scaglietti, the legendary coach builder based in Modena. His company, Carrozzeria Scaglietti, has since been taken over by Ferrari. As a result, it is where they all produce the aluminium bodies.

 

Automobile designer Ken Okuyama at Pininfarina designed the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti and shared his skills in designing the first generation Honda NSX, Ferrari 599 GTB and the Enzo.

 

The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti’s scooped flanks were inspired by The Ferrari 375 MM, a car that Italian film director Roberto Rossellini commissioned for his wife Ingrid Bergman. The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is lighter and more agile than the models it replaces because it is the second all aluminium Ferrari after the 360 Modena.

 

Even though this model is more practical than most Ferraris, it’s V12 engine can propel four occupants to 323 km/h. In addition, the well-balanced chassis with rear mounted gearbox gives a confidence inspiring ride and overall promising performance.

 

A well-known Cape Town businessman took delivery of this example from new in 2006 and ordered the car to his specification with Blue Pozzi paintwork and a Crema interior. This example has only covered 30 100 km from new and it has also been well maintained and recently serviced.

 

The completed service items include the following:

  • Agents have replaced the clutch,
  • New Michelin tires fitted
  • Paint correction and interior rejuvenation completed by our preferred detailing specialist, Mike of Distinct Detail.

 

At R 1 550 000 this is an impressive, well sorted, low mileage four seater Ferrari that represents great value for money.

 

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

Porsche 930 Turbo

Porsche 930 Turbo – 3.3l – 1984 – R 1 450 000

153 520 km

 

porsche 930 turbo SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
3.3l Flat six Turbo
Transmission
4 speed manual
Layout
Rear engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
300 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Red
Interior Colour
Black
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

The development of the Porsche 911 was fueled by its racing program and Porsche first experimented with Turbocharging on their 917 Can Am race cars. The purpose for introducing the 930 Turbo was to gain homologation for the 1976 sportscar racing season ensuring that the 930 Turbo became the first production car to fully utilize Turbo charging.

 

Initially introduced with a capacity of 3.0l with a KKK Turbo producing 256 BHP, in 1978 the capacity was enlarged to 3,3l and an air to air intercooler was added which increased power to 300 BHP. These performance improvements will get the 930 Turbo to 100km/h from a standstill in 5.4 seconds and will reach a top speed of just over 250km/h. The brake system was inherited from the Porsche 917 to assist in the best possible stopping time from high speeds.

 

The 930 Turbo’s unique exterior design is iconic and distinct from the rest of the 911 series. Porsche have stretched the rear arches to accommodate the wide, deep dish wheels and tyres for added grip and the “whale tail” rear spoiler for added downforce and cooling, therefore increasing optimal performance.

 

Prior to the launch of the Turbo, Porsche’s handling and driving dynamics was more famous over raw power, but this changed with the Turbo. Since then, the words Turbo and Porsche have become synonymous with performance.

 

This is a 1984 Porsche 930 Turbo 3.3l that has recently had a major high quality cosmetic and mechanical overhaul and comes with desirable factory extras such a electric sunroof and air conditioning.

 

Maserati Spyder 90th Anniversary

Maserati Spyder 90th Anniversary – 2005 – R 899 950

33 800 km

Maserati SPyder 90th anniversary SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
4.2l V8
Transmission
6-speed F1 semi automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
395 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Anniversary Blue
Interior Colour
Blue
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

Small numbered limited edition cars are always sought after in the collector car world and it is rare to find them under the R 1 million level.  However, this is an opportunity to secure one such car for great value from a company with a rich heritage.

 

Maserati celebrated its 90th Anniversary in 2004 by creating 181 Anniversary Spyders in which 90 were made for the European market. However, only one was delivered to South Africa (number 41) and this is 1 of only 15 right hand drive examples in total. Therefore, making this a rare collector’s car.

 

The 90th Anniversary cars were split by the following features:

  • Anniversary blue paint scheme
  • Carbon fibre tonneau cover which rises up behind the headrests
  • Silver headlight cluster and surrounds
  • Ball polished 19 inch rims
  • Chrome door handles
  • Titanium coloured brake calipers
  • Oval fender logos that pays tribute to the 1957 F1 Championship winning Maserati 250F (driven by Fangio which sported similar badges)

 

Ferrari provided the 4.2 liter naturally aspirated V8 in the Maserati Spyder that produces 395 BHP. It will get to 100km/h from a standstill in 5 seconds and will reach a top speed of 283km/h. The engine is coupled to a 6 speed F1 semi automatic transmission that has paddle shifters located on either side of the steering wheel to provide quick and easy gear changes.

 

A Johannesburg enthusiast took delivery of this 90th Anniversary Maserati Spyder in 2005 and has only covered 33 800km since. This is a rare opportunity to secure a limited edition, numbered Maserati which celebrates the brands rich history and heritage.

 

Please contact Gareth or Jeremy on (021) 462 3558 or via email at 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 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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Jaguar MK2 3.8l

Jaguar MK2 3.8l – 1964 – R 475 000

89 724 miles showing

jaguar mk2 3.8l 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?

The Jaguar MK2 3.8L was a very well known and fast saloon back in 1959 when it was first introduced and had a production run until 1967. Evolved from the Mark 1, it featured updates and improvements such as larger front and rear screens with larger side windows, wider track and disc brakes on all fours wheels as standard on all Mark 2s. It came with different engine options which starts with a 2.4 litre engine and ends with a high end 3.8 litre inline 6 cylinder engine.

During it’s production run, it was known to be an incredibly great all-round package of performance and practicality, so much that it was the preferred choice for bank robbers to use as getaway vehicles. The law enforcement eventually had to upgrade their pursuit vehicles to the Jaguar Mark 2 just to apprehend them.

The engine itself is a similar layout to the 3.8 litre engine found in the Jaguar E-Type. Similarities include the same block, crank, connecting rods and pistons. A different inlet manifold and two SU carburetors were used in the Mark 2 compared to the E-Type which had three.

It also had a successful competition history, winning a combination of touring car championships and endurance races in Europe and Australia such as the 1962 Australian Touring Car Championship and the 1963 Brands Hatch 6 Hour endurance race.

This high quality example was made in 1964 and is equipped with the high end 3.8 litre straight six engine and a four speed manual gearbox with overdrive. Power output produced is 220 BHP and will reach 100km/h from a standing start in 8.5 seconds and will go on to achieve a 201km/h top speed.

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. Weight was reduced by 300kg due to the Quattroporte’s underpinnings that it shares with the Biturbo.

 

The interior was 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.

 

 

 

Mercedes Benz 500SL (107 series) – 1982 – R 279 950

252 500 km showing

 

Mercedes Benz 500SL VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine
5.0l all alloy V8
Transmission
4 – speed Automatic
Layout
Front engine, rear-wheel-drive
Power Output
235 bhp
Fuel type
Petrol
Exterior Colour
Blue
Interior Colour
Blue
No of doors
2

 

what makes this car special?

Introduced at the Geneva show in 1980, the 500SL was the flagship Mercedes Benz convertible of its time and the fastest car in their entire range. However, it was user friendly and temperament free and therefore was a huge success for Mercedes Benz. The improvements from the previous 450SL included the following:

  • An all alloy overhead camshaft 5 litre V8 producing 235 BHP
  • Improvement to overall fuel consumption
  • Shorter wheelbase for better agility and handling
  • Front and rear spoilers added for downforce
  • Improvements and revisions to the independent suspension
  • Improved braking system for optimal stopping performance

 

The 500SL could reach 100km/h from a standstill in 8.1 seconds and could hit a top speed of 220km/h, which was impressive for a convertible of that era. The SL500s was also used as rally cars back in the 1980’s, taking part in the Group 2 class of the WRC.

 

This example was registered in South Africa in 1982 and spent the bulk of its life in the Johannesburg area. It is a solid example but during our technical inspection a few items were identified that require attention. The asking price has been adjusted accordingly and a copy of the technical report is available for inspection.

 

 

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 from factory 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.

 

 

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