Dealer profile and vehicle listings for Fiskens

The foremost specialist in fine historic automobiles, where the best cars in the world come to be sold.

Their reputation is built on three, rock-solid principles: knowledge, trust and discretion; for the most important vintage, classic or competition cars, the only match for their own passion is that of their customers.

The market for these iconic automobiles can be perplexing. Buyers and sellers are right to be wary of mediocre restoration or suspect provenance; public auctions come with their own risks and extraordinary costs. So when they founded their business, they decided their customers – buyers and sellers alike – must always be able to rely on integrity, impeccable attention to detail, and unparalleled expertise. They separate fact from fiction, the best from the merely adequate, and they always represent their clients’ cars correctly.

The central London showrooms and headquarters are famous fixtures of the collector’s car landscape. Yet Fiskens is not about ‘front’. They develop close relationships with discerning collectors – they share their well-informed enthusiasm for spectacular cars of all eras. They have a talent for taking the hassle out of deals, however many cars are involved; they simplify issues of complex international ownership, ensuring satisfaction for both buyer and seller alike.

Many of their customers become firm friends, choosing to come back time and again. The belief at Fiskens is that buying and selling old cars should be fun. Owning them should satisfy; driving them should thrill.

Gregor Fisken
Starting off his motoring apprenticeship on the back seat of his parent’s vintage Bentley, Gregor has always been at the very heart of the British historic car movement. As a teenager, Gregor was mentored by the legendary Bunty Scott-Moncrieff, a hugely respected restorer and authoritative author, giving Gregor the opportunity to obsessively build his extensive knowledge. Working for a respected London auction house established an international reputation that soon allowed him to open his own premises in the famous central London Queens Gate Place Mews they are in now. Not believing historic cars should be consigned to a museum, Gregor has piloted some of the greatest historic racing cars at circuits all over the world, as well as competing in modern motorsport at the highest level including the Le Mans 24 hour race four times. One of the most well known and recognised individuals within the industry, Gregor continues to build the market leading reputation of Fiskens.

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1934 Talbot AV105

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1894 Peugeot Type 5

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1959 Lister Costin Chevrolet

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1931 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Zagato Spider

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1930 Bentley Speed Six

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1963 Porsche 356 Carrera 2

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