Dealer profile and featured Classics for Taylor And Crawley

Taylor and Crawley are dealers in fine historic and racing cars. Taylor and Crawley was established in 1942.

All featured Classics from Taylor And Crawley

Ford GT40

This GT40 was built up alongside the previous owner’s original GT40 #1009 while 1009 was being restored by renowned GT40 expert Mark Allin at [...]

1973 Chevron B26

Derek Bennett was the individual responsible with the formation of Chevron Cars Ltd. He was a brilliant engineer, mostly self-taught, and had a [...]

1977 McLaren M23

The McLaren M23 designed by Gordon Coppuck, with input from John Barnard, was a development of the McLaren M16 Indianapolis 500 car and almost [...]

1971 Lola T222

This startlingly well-specified Lola T222 is a fine example of the shapely unlimited-capacity CanAm Championship contender produced by the [...]

1965 Ford Falcon

This Falcon was purchased from Stefano Rosina in Italy where it had been a successful FIA race car. The shell was completely stripped and the car [...]

1959 Cooper T51

F2-23-59 started life in 1959 as a works car for the Cooper Grand Prix team. The car was used by Bruce McLaren throughout the year. The Cooper [...]

1970 March 701

March Grand Prix Engineering began operations in 1969. Its four founders were Max Mosley, Alan Rees, Graham Coaker and Robin Herd. March’s [...]

1973 PORSCHE 911RSR 2.8L

THE PETER GREGG / BRUMOS TRANS AM & IMSA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING CAR Porsche developed the 1973 911 RSR as a pure racing evolution of the 2.7 RS [...]

1995 Porsche 993 RS

Based on the previous 964 but with a new rear suspension set up, six speed gearbox and an aerodynamically improved body. The new all alloy [...]

1970 Porsche 911S

This RHD matching numbers – original engine and gearbox – 1970 911S has an impressive period competition history and has been extensively [...]

1964 Elva Mk 8

19 Elva Mark 8 2.0 Litre Sports Racing Cars were built by Elva Cars in Rye, Sussex, England.  Elva was in the midst of being sold to McLaren Cars [...]

1967 McLaren M1C

The McLaren M1C was a development of the earlier McLaren M1’s and was the last of the McLaren “Customer” cars. A total of 25 M1C’s were produced [...]
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