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Protoype

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

  • Unique prototype, made at the request of Constantin Mantas in collaboration with the De Tomaso factory
  • Extensive and complete history
  • Italian registration papers
  • Excellent condition

History of this vehicle and its owner

The chassis number 7427 from De Tomaso is something special from the start. The very successful and colorful Greek entrepreneur and playboy Constantin Anastase Mantas, born in 1942, planned to put a unique super sports car in his garage. He already had the only De Tomaso Mangusta Spider built.

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outlaw

Porsche 356 A "outlaw"

Porsche 356 A "outlaw"

  • Uncompromising 356 A "outlaw"
  • High performance 1.7 liter engine with 129 hp
  • Multiple concours participant in the USA
  • Back in Europe since 2014

Typology

“At first I looked around but couldn't find the car I was dreaming of. So I decided to build it myself. “Ferdinand Porsche on his development of the Porsche 356. It was with this model that the sensational rise of the sports car manufacturer Porsche began in the first place. If in the beginning many VW parts were still installed in the original model of the 356

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Nuts & Bolts Restored

Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato 2.5 3C

Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato 2.5 3C

  • coachwork by Carrozzeria Zagato, one of the oldest and most respected of automotive design firms
  • One of only 152 Flaminia 3C 2.5 litre Sports examples
  • Professionally restored  by 1 of the best restoration Lancia experts
  • With the striking Zagato design, surmounted by the famous double-bubble on its roof
  • An Extremely Stylish and Sophisticated Italian Sports/GT Car
  • matching number / matching
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Top Restauriert

Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce

Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce

  • Nuts & bolts restored 1750 GT Veloce
  • First delivery France
  • Complete history available
  • Extensive documentation about the restoration

 

Typology

In September 1963 the Giulia Sprint GT was presented at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt. With its straightforward design from the hand of the young Giorgio Giugiaro, who worked for Nuccio Bertone at the time, it is still a real eye-catcher today. Technically,

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der Prototype

BMW 3.5 CSI Turbo Cabriolet

BMW 3.5 CSI Turbo Cabriolet

BMW

3.5 CSI convertible "Turbo"

Year of construction 1974

This vehicle is a sensation. The Karmann company built the E9 Coupe’s for BMW from 1968 to 1975. During this time, Karman designed an E9 convertible as a model and presented it to BMW. However, this idea was not well received by BMW, because a finished 02 convertible was already ready on the market. A decade later, Jürgen Dreschel took up this idea again and developed a BMW E9 convertible. Dreschel was certainly inspired by the first German E9 convertible, which was built in Cologne in 1969. But he wanted it

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Unikat

Jaguar XJ C 5.3 Cabrio

Jaguar XJ C 5.3 Cabrio

Exhibition vehicle at the Auto Show in Turin / Italy

the only left-hand Jaguar 12-cylinder XJ Cabriolet in the world

 

History:

 The Jaguar XJC 5.3 Cabriolet was originally released on August 29, 1974 under the chassis no. 2G 50010 BW produced as a coupe at Jaguar. This Jaguar was then delivered directly to AVON-STEVENS in Warwick, one of the most renowned bodywork companies in England. AVON-STEVENS was consulted when it came to special Jaguar constructions, both for special superstructures and for racing. The aim was to work

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collectors item

Maserati 3500 GT

Maserati 3500 GT

  • Aluminum "Superleggera" body from Touring
  • carburetor version of the first series
  • "Matching" engine and color
  • First delivery Turin (I), in Sweden since the 1970s

 

Typology

In 1957, at the Geneva Motor Show, the first Maserati 3500 GT was presented. For the first time, Maserati decided to produce a series sports car in larger numbers. It was the successor to the exciting A6G54, of which only 60 were made. By 1964, a total of 1972

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Bertone Design

Maserati Khamsin

Maserati Khamsin

Maserati Khamsin, year 1975, matching number

History:

The production version of the Maserati Khamsin was first presented at the 1973 Geneva Motor Show. This sports car caused a sensation from the start. The breathtaking self-supporting body was designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone. This wedge-shaped sports car, named after the desert wind "Khamsin", has polarized optics from the start. The glazed rear section is reminiscent of the Lamborghini Espada, also a Gandini design. Technically, the Khamsin is largely based on the predecessor Ghibli, with some modifications such

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