Dealer profile and featured Classics for Taylor And Crawley

Taylor and Crawley was founded in 1937 and sold Mercedes-Benz and Alfa Romeo cars from their Mayfair premises. After the war, they became the UK Mercedes-Benz importers and main agents before importing Maseratis and then becoming Alfa Romeo dealers.

Scion of the Taylor family, son Michael, was a successful racing driver in the 1950s, being a factory Lotus sports car driver eventually graduating to Grands Prix before his career was cut short by car failure in the tragic Belgium Grand Prix at Spa in 1960.

David Clark, already an established purveyor of sports and racing cars, was a friend of Michael Taylor and acquired the company in the 1980s when Michael retired. Since then the company has been prominent in the Historic car market, especially with competition cars.

All featured Classics from Taylor And Crawley

The 1973 Porsche 911 RS (Rennsport) was designed and built to homologate the 911 in the FIA Group 4 for GT cars. Five hundred examples were [...]
In June 2014 McLaren announced that they would produce a GT3 version of the new 650S to contest the GT3 Championships from 2015. Changes from the [...]
Announced at the 1965 London Motor Show, the new convertible Aston Martin on the latest DB6 platform was the first to carry the now familiar name [...]
The German Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters series for ‘silhouette’ touring cars produces some of the most technically sophisticated and [...]
The Chevron B16 designed by Derek Bennett to replace the supremely successful but aging B8 for the 1970 2 litre Gp6 season. A simple but [...]
The Trakstar team was formed in 1989 to contest the British Touring Car Championship by Robb Gravett and Mike Smith together with team manager [...]
Alfa Romeo’s competition department, Autodelta, produced the immortal GTA in 1965 that swept all before it in the European Manufacturers [...]
This car, 9115600361, finished in the original silver with blue leather also benefits from an electric sunroof and the even rarer addition of [...]
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 [...]
Derek Bennett was the individual responsible with the formation of Chevron Cars Ltd. He was a brilliant engineer, mostly self-taught, and had a [...]
This RHD matching numbers – original engine and gearbox – 1970 911S has an impressive period competition history and has been extensively [...]
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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