Dealer profile and featured Classics for Ascott Collection

Satisfying the expectations of the most demanding collectors: Making full use of its wide experience, Ascott Collection possesses real ability to source and sell outstanding cars from all over the world, invariably providing informed advice.

Transparency is the cornerstone of Ascott's ability to act solely in the interest of its customers and in complete confidentiality.

Focusing on the very finest specimens: Ascott's philosophy rests on a selective approach to cars that stand out by their beauty, their history, their track record or their overall condition.

Independence and discretion: Thanks to its independence in terms of its capital and business interests, Ascott conducts each of its operations in the sole interest of its clients and in the utmost discretion.

All featured Classics from Ascott Collection

Four participations in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008 Le Mans Endurance Series LMP2 champion in 2005 AER Turbo engine [...]
Developed in 1985 by the famous engineer Adrian Newey, this MARCH 85 G is a well-born car with an aluminum honeycomb chassis. The use of this [...]
During the haydays of the GROUP C and IMSA period, the British manufacturer Spice Engineering authored a true success story by marketingt dozens [...]
Ever since its creation and before being taken over by the giant Fiat Auto, the Abarth brand has always had racing written into its DNA. Its [...]
ASCOTT COLLECTION is particularly proud to offer for sale the Peugeot 908 V8 HDI FAP chassis 908-07 The first-generation 908 – launched in [...]
This TOYOTA SUPRA GT2 was developed in France by Jean-Pierre Signoret and Jacques Point in order to participate in the French FFSA Championship [...]
This famous VOLVO 240 Turbo is an authentic racing Volvo that has had a rich career. It is one of 4 Volvo 242 GTs, prepared and engaged by Volvo [...]
This superb Porsche 962 CK6, was manufactured in 1987 by KREMER and entered in Interserie and the Endurance Championship. Made from a Thompson [...]
1993 – 1996 : from the 500 LM to the 600 LM-S The 4th February 1993 saw the presentation of the Venturi 500 LM with its aim, the Le Mans 24 Hours [...]
During the 1980s, Tim Schenken and Howden Ganley, the founders of the Tiga brand, built numerous chassis for the C2 category. These two former [...]
Rare Venturi 600 LM very important racing history The VENTURI 600 LM shown here left the works in 1993 as a VENTURI 500 LM, chassis N° 05. As [...]
In the late 50s, the appearance of Listers jostled the established order In 1957, Brian Lister developed the Lister Jaguar which quickly made its [...]
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