DEALER PROFILE AND VEHICLE LISTING

Dealer profile and vehicle listings for William I Anson

Whether you are considering selling, looking for the right car for investment, to build your collection, or looking to realise a lifelong passion of owning, driving and even racing some of the iconic cars of your dreams, we at William I’Anson Ltd are perfectly placed to act on your behalf and take care of all aspects of achieving your ultimate goal with the utmost discretion and integrity.

With a beautifully presented secure showroom in a stunning rural setting, we are able to create the ideal canvas for your car. Whether acquiring or selling, William I’Anson Ltd offers a transparent yet confidential sales and acquisition service.

All listings from William I Anson

1934 Lagonda M45

1934 Lagonda M45 A true Gentleman’s Express, the M45 Lagonda epitomises the great British tradition for fast touring cars in the 1930‘s, with its [...]

1970 Porsche 911T Targa

1970 Porsche 911T Targa Since the company was founded in 1931 by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, Porsche has been responsible for some of the most iconic [...]

1969 BMW 2800CS, Upgraded in 1974 to Alpina 3.0 CSL Group 2

Having been involved in motorsport both pre and post war, in 1968 the flourishing BMW released what was designated internally as the E9. Starting [...]

1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1900

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 [...]

1963 Lotus Cortina MK1

The unmistakable lines of the Lotus Cortina, mid corner, hard on the the throttle, the front inside wheel raised in the air and Jim Clark behind [...]

1981 March 811

1981 March 811 Formula 1 In 1969 March Engineering was established by its four founders, Max Mosley, Alan Rees, Graham Coaker and Robin Herd, [...]

Bugatti Type 35B

Nothing combines art, engineering and racing pedigree to the same extent as the legendary Bugatti Type 35B. The straight 8 2.3-litre supercharged [...]

1926 Bugatti Type 38

The replacement for the Type 30, the Type 38 first appeared in March 1926 during a period of great activity at Bugatti. With its new frame, well [...]
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