wooden steering wheel

Austin-Healey 3000 MK III BJ 8 grün

Austin-Healey 3000 MK III BJ 8

Donald Healey and Leonard Lord, head of Austin, built a strong sports car for the American market, the Austin-Healey 100. The AH 3000 was developed from various platforms, inscluding the AH 100 and the AH 100 six. The late-generation Austin-Healey 3000 offered the highest standard engine performance of its kind and by far the most comfort. The MK III version with crank windows and easy-to-use folding convertible top is preferred today.

Our Austin Healey MK III was produced in this color combination in the last month of production in November 1967. The Roadster was originally shipped to the US and came to Germany in 2008. Since then, the sports car is registered in Germany and was always cared for in a specialist workshop in Hamburg/Germany. In 2010/2011, the complete engine and the front axle were restored. This late and mature AH BJ8 convinces with its correct and typical coloring and presents itself in very good condition. Look forward to a great engine sound, performance and unparalleled driving pleasure.

Doors

  • 2

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Optional equipment

  • heater
  • overdrive
  • safety belts
  • spoke wheels
  • steering wheel adjustable
  • wooden steering wheel

Steering

  • LHD

Miscellaneous

  • MATCHING NUMBERS
  • registered

Fuel

  • petrol
  • Heritage Certificate

Very late model

Datsun 240Z dunkelgrün

Datsun 240Z

In the early 1960s the German designer Graf Goertz had the courage to approach Datsun. The goal was to develop a sports coupe primarily for the US market. He had proven his knack for exciting design with the BMW 507. Unfortunately, before he could finish, his contract with Datsun expired but he was still able to define the most significant design elements. The model was an instant success in the US, also because of its attractive price of $3,526. In Europe, however, the Datsun 240Z never made a real mark, partially because of its fairly high price at DM 17,600.

Our Datsun 240Z Coupe was initially released in the US. Its mileage of 80,000 miles is credible. The oldtimer is partially restored and registered in Germany. A classic data certificate graded the 240Z with a “2”. This coupé is fresh, timeless and offers infinite driving fun!

Doors

  • 2

Optional equipment

  • alloy wheels
  • car radio
  • wooden steering wheel

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • registered

Rare coupé with a lot of driving fun

Austin-Healey 3000 MK III BJ 8

The Healey 1000 was a sensation at the Earl’s Court Motorshow in London in 1952. Initially Austin only supplied the engines but the tremendous success led to Austin taking over the entire production under Austin-Healey. Initially the roadster was a clonky but its continuous development turned the Austin-Healey into a cultivated sports car. In 1956 its 4-cylinder engine was replaced with 6 cylinders.

Our Austin-Healey 3000 is from the last series as MK III with 150 PS. The convertible edition with crank windows and a proper roof is most popular today. The classic car has been with the same owner since 1992 and has been partially restored. It has never been disassembled and its core is very solid. This 52-year old car is registered in Germany and in very good condition. This is very unusual for a car of its kind and makes it a collector’s item and a fully functioning car at the same time!

 

Doors

  • 2

Optional equipment

  • car radio
  • luggage rack
  • overdrive
  • spoke wheels
  • wooden steering wheel

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: drum

Fuel

  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • registered
  • spoke wheels with central screw nut
  • tonneau cover

broadly original convertible

Porsche 356 B 2000 GS Carrera 2

The early Porsche 356 was fitted with a 40 HP engine and ended with the last stage of expansion of 130 HP for the street version. Based on the race engine engineering and the low number of units make the 356 Carrera 2 models very rare. The upright shaft flat engine is an extremely powerful aggregate and a guarantor for a high level driving experience.

Our Porsche 356 B 2000 GS Carrera 2 was first delivered to the known dealer Gottfried Schultz in Düsseldorf (Germany), still existing. After some years in Germany it found a new home in USA. In 2015 it was imported from the current owner back to Germany. It was always serviced by the specialist for Porsche 356 company Classic parts Saarbrücken (Germany). The Porsche certificate of authenticity is available. The Classic Data certificate issued a condition of 1, a 2+ is justifiable.

Doors

  • 2

Optional equipment

  • 2 carburettors
  • automatic antenna
  • car radio
  • electrical equipment 12 volt
  • fog lights
  • heater
  • power sliding roof
  • safety belts
  • steel sliding roof
  • wooden steering wheel

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: disc

Steering

  • LHD

Miscellaneous

  • MATCHING NUMBERS
  • registered

Fuel

  • petrol
  • sun visor with hairdressing mirror
  • 2 armrests
  • trims
  • punch disc rims chromed
  • rockfall mesh (headlights)

excellent Coupé with upright shaft flat engine

Rolls-Royce Corniche

Starting from 1965 there was no longer a separate chassis for the new Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. Thus, the time of the individual bodies was over. In autumn 1967 Rolls-Royce started offering the long-missing convertible. It was built by Mulliner/Park Ward on its own. This specialized company has been part of the group for quite some time. In March 1971, a revised convertible with the name ‘Corniche’ was presented. Of these, 587 left-hand drive vehicles were built. For the first time there was a tachometer in a Rolls-Royce. Until 1995, this very successful convertible remained in program, then long since matured into a coveted classic.

Our Rolls-Royce Corniche was delivered in June 1975 to Florida/USA. After being in second hand in the US, the classic car has been based in northern Germany since July 2007. The car looks great in its color combination (paint: mediterranean blue, leather: cream, soft top, cream). The technical condition is high quality. The Corniche is registered. So get in and enjoy the ride!

Doors

  • 2

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: disc

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • registered

Optional equipment

  • wooden steering wheel
  • convertible hood made by Sonnenland/Germany

one of 587 LHD

Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8

The Jaguar E-Type was Sir William Lyons’ second sensation after the famous XK series. The new E Type offered perfect and modern design, racing technology for the road and was affordable. Its top speed was higher than 220 kilometers an hour. So the Jaguar E Type was an icon from beginning on. The early cars (Flat Floor) were very tight. This offered coupé has already the lowered floor to give a little more space, but it still has the 3.8-litre engine and the clarity and beautiful designed interior with the small toggle switches and the wonderful aluminum center console. In the beginning about 50% of E-Type production were coupés.

This Jaguar E-Type FHC was delivered to the USA in 1963. The coupé has been extensively restored a few years ago and is still in a very nice condition. Today it is registered in Germany as an historic vehicle. Because of the extensive restoration this Jaguar impresses with great driving characteristics and performance. This super sports car is still in very nice condition with only very minimal marks of the rare use since restoration. Get this cat out for your next journey.

Doors

  • 2

Brakes

  • front: disc
  • rear: disc

Steering

  • LHD

Fuel

  • petrol

Miscellaneous

  • registered

Optional equipment

  • wooden steering wheel
  • Valuation in April 2016: grade 1

E-Type Coupé in an excellent condition

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