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Very rare coupé
The success story of the Austin-Healey began in 1952 and has continuously been improved starting from an Austin engine with 4 cylinders to a 6-cylinder.
Our Austin-Healey 3000 MK III BJ 8 Covnvertible from the last series with 150 PS and was delivered in the US. The convenient top and crank handle windows are an advantage. The classic has been in Germany since 1990 and its complete restoration has been thoroughly documented including photos. This classic sports car has been registered with its current owner since 2017 and is an ideal convertible with a high fun factor!
Classy convertible with a high fun factor
At the Paris Fall Salon 1951 Mercedes-Benz presented the model 300 S from the W 188 series as convertible, roadster and coupé and car lovers were thrilled! The convertible version of the 300 S was considered one of the most beautiful cars and it was Mercedes-Benz’s way to continue the tradition of the world famous compressor cars. With a maximum speed of 175 km/h and an acceleration from 0 – 100 km/h in 15 seconds, this model left even the Porsche 356 1300 Super in the dust.
Our Mercedes-Benz 300 S Cabriolet, one of only 203 cars of this model, left the factory on December 22, 1953 and was moved on the road to the Daimler-Benz dealership in Kassel/Germany. Its first owner was Fa. Ilse, a furniture manufacturer in Uslar/Germany. This classic is in excellent condition, has never left Germany and is currently with its 5th owner.
Beautiful convertible in mint condition
Mercedes-Benz’s Series 170 was always also available as a government model and a 170 OTP (Open Tourer Police) wasn’t cheap at DM 10,650. That was a lot of money for a small series with only 530 vehicles which could not be sold to the general public. Only much later, when the series was retired from government service, did some of them get acquired by private customers.
Our Mercedes-Benz 170 Da OTP has been with its current owner since 1969. The oldtimer has been thoroughly restored and regularly driven. This rear tourer sports a very elegant look in dark blue with black fenders.
Very rare police car from the 1950s
The idea for a “Volkswagen” (car for the people) was widespread in the 1930s: Opel had the P4 and the Opel Olympia. But both were too expensive for most people. So Ferdinand Porsche was asked to develop a “Volkswagen”: room for 4 passengers, max. 100 km/h speed and the ability to master a 30% climb. The first driveable prototype was done in February 1936 but all future plans were put on hold due to the war. But with the support of the forward thinking British Major Ivan Hirst production began in December 1945 and the rest is history! By 1955 1 million “Beetle” had been produced!
Our VW “Beetle” was registered in Peine/Germany on April 22, 1958 and has been with its current owner since 1984. This classic is really in good condition. Its original folding sunroof truly stands out and 1958 was also the first year with enlarged rear windows. An early “Beelte” like this, with a detailed history and in good condition is a rarity!
VW “Beetle” in good conditon
For a long time, the Aston Martin was the gold standard for the handmade English sports car. It had become a bit of a dinosaur in the mid 80s so a new, less costly model was needed. A design competition was called and 5 design teams participated. One of the requirements was that the body had to fit onto a shortened Lagonda chassis. Ken Greenley and John Hefferman’s design was selected. The existing V-8 engine was modernizwed and 4 valves per cylinder led to 340 powerful PS. The new design was first presented at the Birmingham Motorshow.
Our Aston Martin Virage Volante is registered in Germany. This young classic was part of a collection and has only been driven approx. 8,000 kms. After a long hiatus in the garage it has been dusted off and brought back to live at a specialty repair shop. So this is practically a “new” car despite its 24 years of age!
nearly a new car
At the end of the long construction period of the Mercedes 107 Roadster, the quality was excellent. After the last revision at the end of 1985, this series was exemplary in comfort, safety technology and workmanship. Sure, the V8 versions were a bit stronger and more powerful, but the agile and economical six-cylinder inline engine was a perfect match for this roadster. Then as now – often the first choice.
This Mercedes 300 SL was first registered in Germany in 1986. The classic is healthy, especially since it received a revised engine in exchange in autumn 2020. A service booklet and numerous invoices from the last few years prove that this SL was driven and maintained. The powerful engine runs quietly, the automatic shifts smoothly and the Mercedes drives tight. Who will take care of this well-equipped icon?
It took 3 years after the acquisition of Bentley by Rolls-Royce for a new model to hit the market: the Bentley 3.5 Litre. It had some similarities with the Rolls-Royce 20/25 but was focused on less weight and a sporty flair and was called the “silent sports car”. It was no longer the loud “monster”, but the comfortable, sporty car for the gentleman. The new model was called “Derby Bentley” after its production site.
Our Bentley 3.5 liter was built at the end of 1934. The alteration into a drophead coupe was done by the expert firm Vincent of Reading. The proud first owner, Mr. McDonald registered the car in 1936. This sporty oldtimer is now registered in Germany. Its elegant lines, authentic character and reliable technology make this Bentley stand out!
Elegant, authentic, reliably