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Summer is high-season for classic races and we are particularly excited for two of them: Goodwood Revival and Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion are our definitive most-go events this season. In case you still lack the last event details or the appropriate car, we might be able to help. Happy car-browsing!

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Goodwood Revival

Goodwood Revival

All You Need To Know

For one magnificent weekend each September, visitors and motorsport-fans dressed in period-correct outfits, show up at Lord March’s Goodwood Estate to enjoy the most nostalgic motoring event on the planet. Here is a mini schedule for an excellent first and tips about what to wear at this revival. For further information for Dates and Tickets, click here. Friday The Kinrara Trophy (incredible GT …

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Star Cars

Star Cars

At Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion

Each year the best of the best in historic and authentic race cars from nearly every decade are among the 550 invited to compete at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, to be held Aug. 17-20. Likened to a museum that springs to life each August at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on the scenic Monterey Peninsula, the cars are always the …

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FOR SALE

1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1900

Striking Pre-War Racer

Alfa 6c 1900 By William I’Anson  

In 1923 Vittorio Jano was persuaded by Luigi Bazzi to leave FIAT’s racing department and join him at Alfa Romeo. One of the most gifted and influential automobile engineers of all time, Jano would not only supervise Alfa Romeo’s Grand Prix racing program but also design its road cars. This set up resulted in the latter emerging as some of …

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1951 Season Contender

DB2 Works By J.D Classics  

This exceptionally important Aston Martin is one of just two lightweight DB2s constructed by the works to contend the 1951 season. XMC76 and its sister car, XMC77, were built at Aston Martin’s Feltham factory, Middlesex in 1951 and designed from the outset to be purebred racing sports cars. Unlike production DB2s, they featured an …

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1959 Aston Martin DBR4

Highly Eligible GP Car

DBR4 By Pendine

Over the winter of 1957-58 Aston Martin’s racing department developed a new Formula 1 car, to run alongside their successful DBR1 sports racer. The design conformed to the traditional Grand Prix configuration of a front-engined, rear-mounted gearbox-cum-final-drive assembly. Feltham was to look the dominant Maserati 250F in the eye. The chassis was a lightweight, fine-gauge tubular steel spaceframe, clothed in …

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1959 Lister Corvette Costin Prototype

Very First Lister Costin

Prototype By Canepa 

In all of vintage racing, there is no more desirable or collectible category of cars than the front-engined sports racers that ran in International and SCCA competition from the mid 1950s into the early 1960s. As a group, they embody the beautiful shapes, wonderful sounds, and exhilarating performance that defines historic racing. During that era …

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1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione

Road And Race

250 GT SWB Berlinetta Comp. By Talacrest 

Three Weber 40 DCE/6 carburetors, four-speed synchromesh gearbox, independent front suspension with parallel A-arms, coil springs and tubular “Koni” shock absorbers and anti-sway bar, rear solid axle, trailing arms, leaf springs and tubular shocks, limited-slip differential, aluminum body paneling as per original. …

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1961 COOPER MONACO MARK III SPORTS-RACING

Indy Version Engine

Cooper Monaco Mark III By Gullwing Motor Cars 

This effectively Mark II bodied all coil-sprung Cooper Monaco Mark III is equipped with a full 2.7-liter Indy version of the illustrious Coventry Climax FPF 4-cylinder racing engine, in this case one which is recalled by a very experienced former owner of the car as having been a very special FPF indeed, one of …

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1963 Jaguar E-type FIA Semi-Lightweight Roadster

Semi-Lightweight Roadster

E-Type By RMD

We have the pleasure to offer this top specification and front-running Jaguar E-type Roadster for sale. This stunning example has been fastidiously maintained during the last 6 years by renown specialist prepare Denis Welch with no expense spared. The car is sold in 100% race-ready condition with nothing further to spend while it also has a French road registration and …

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1965 McLaren - Elva M1A

Daytona Track Record Car

McLaren-Elva Mark 1A By Grand Prix Classics 

Slayer competed in SCCA and USRRC races that year including placing 4th at the Road America 500. He went on to the finale at …

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1966 Porsche Carrera 6 (906)

Porsche Factory-Restored

906 By Symbolic International 

This Particular Porsche Carrera 6 is the most successful as well as correct and original of the three that were delivered new to Mitsuwa, the official Importer and Distributor for Porsche in Japan. It had been ordered and sold new to Shintaro Taki, the owner of a prominent clothing factory and team manager …

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1966 Lola T70 MK2 Spyder

CanAm Racer

Lola T70 MK2 Spyder By Fiskens  

Purchased new by Goodyear for A.J. Foyt to be entered in the 1966 CanAm Series​. Campaigned by A.J. Foyt at Riverside & Nassau, Bahamas, including a 1st overall finish in the 1966 Nassau Classic​. SL71/35 was retired from racing and sold to Bob Bondurant in 1967 who leased the car to Universal Studios for the filming of 'Winning', staring Paul …

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1972 Ford Escort

Motorsport Dominator

Ford Escort By Speedmaster 

This Ford RS1600 Escort XKB353J is an original RS1600 bodyshell, which has been built into a FIA Apppendix K Race car. Originally built for Nick Stagg in around 2008, the car was then purchased by Vince Woodman following the sale of his legendary Cologne Capri. Fitted with fresh Ford Cosworth 2.0 BDG engine on …

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1974 Lancia Stratos

Godfather Of Modern Rally

Stratos HF Stradale By DRIVERSOURCE 

Advanced Design by Marcello Gandini as the First Purpose Built Factory Rally Car. An Exceptionally Honest Example, Remarkably Preserved & Never Raced Just Two Owners & 70,000 Kilometers (43,500 Miles) from …

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1977 BMW 320

Group 2 Racer

BMW 320 By Premiumfahrzeug 

A barn find, although the car does not look like that. After his active time Group 2 racing, this BMW 320 had been covered for 20 years in a dry barn and was only reactivated technically three years ago. The 320 is kept true to the original, completely rust-free and was delivered ex factory in "Jägermeister orange". The technology was …

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1980 Porsche 935 L1 "Baby"

Factory 1.4 Turbo

Porsche 935 By Graber Sportgarage 

This is the Tubeframe car built for the 1980 DRM Championship by Jan Lundgardh (S), Josef Zierkelbach (D) and Porsche Engineer Eberhard Braun (D). to run in the under 2.0 L  Class using one of the only two 1.4 L Turbo engines built by the factory in 1977 (The factory built Baby car won the 1977 Season final at Hockenheim …

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1989 Jaguar XJR-10

Most Successful IMSA Jaguar

XJR-10 By Talyor And Crawley 

In spite of winning both the World Championship and the Le Mans 24 hours in 1998 Jaguarsport, a collaboration between Tom Walkinshaw's TWR and Jaguar, decided that there was little potential for development left in the large and heavy production based V12 engine and so started development of a V6 turbo for 1989. This was particularly needed …

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