Porsche 914/6

The rare classic in unique original condition: Porsche 914/6 with mid-engine. Great driving fun and value retention guaranteed. First Swiss registration from 1973. Well documented and already featured by Porsche AG for Curves magazine. Year of construction 1973

Mercedes 300 SEL 6.3

Stylish and powerful in every season: the Mercedes 300 SEL 6.3 from 1969. “There is no substitute for displacement except for more displacement,” once said a famous man. Rare color combination beige gray metallic with dark brown leather, fully restored with original interior. With its length of exactly 5 meters, there is space for the whole family and lots of Christmas presents.

Porsche 911 2.7 RS

The right gift for the sporty connoisseur: the Porsche 911 2.7 RS What better car to explore the area or a race track in a sporty and “real vintage” way than a Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 from 1973? We don’t think so! Fully restored and with matching nos. a rare and exclusive piece of cream from the Stuttgart car manufacturer.

Mercedes Benz Pagode 280SL

Whether golf bags, picnic bags or luggage. Always stylish and elegant: Mercedes 280 SL, called the Pagoda. 50 years old, but still convertible pleasure at the highest level. Perfect full restoration in the original delivery colors.

Porsche GT2 RS

No compromise. The Porsche GT2 RS. Here the numbers speak for themselves: 700 HP only on the rear wheels, 1,470 kg, in 6:40 min. around the Nordschleife. Breathtaking performance that can also be experienced on the road with this car.

Limited edition: approx. 2,500 pieces, and with the even rarer Weissach package.

Porsche 356 B T6 Coupé

After 26 years asleep, this elegant driving machine has been brought back to life. The complete restoration over a year brought the 356 back to its old strength.
Powerful boxer and low weight, the Porsche success secret from the start.

Maserati 3500 GTI Sebring

Only 243 pieces were built. Vignale took care of the body, which is still extraordinarily elegant, the 6-cylinder injection ensures an impressive driving experience, you can hardly travel more stylishly.

Citroen 2 CV 6

The Citröen 2CV (French deux chevaux, “two horses”) is commonly called duck in Germany and Austria. This beautiful and well-kept sky blue (Bleu celeste) copy, built in 1986, from long-term customer ownership, is the ideal vehicle for well-kept excursions, picnics and always a popular figure!

Chevrolet Camaro SS

The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS, the real way to call a “muscle car” your own. The super sport variant has a 5.7 liter V8 engine with 300 hp. The sound is legendary and the retrofitted two-circuit brake system, the brake booster and the disc brakes make the Camaro a European model with a lot of driving pleasure.

Ford Mustang 289

The Ford Mustang 289, built in 1964. The four-seater convertible for the whole family. The deep blue (Caspian blue) is classy and the vehicle is in a very rare original condition: all equipment features are still in the original delivery condition, just as the Mustang left the factory in San Jose, California. Ready to let the wind blow around your ears with the first warm rays of sunshine….

Porsche 911 2.2 T

The original model: Porsche Targa 911 2.2T, built in 1971. In the classic silver / black color combination, the ideal Christmas present and ready for immediate use.

Ford Mustang Mach 1

The Ford Mustang Mach 1, built in 1969. This Mach 1 model is optimized on the engine side and has a 427 cui side oiler block stroked to 8 liters displacement with aluminum heads. The performance data is more than impressive with 500 PS and almost 780Nm. A vehicle for “real guys” and for a lot of driving fun.

Mercedes-Benz 190 SL

The Mercedes-Benz 190SL, built in 1960. Still one of the most elegant convertibles ever built. This 190SL in the rare color combination silver / blue has been in our care since 2010 and has been rated 2 by Classic Data. So you can register immediately to take part in historic driving events or plan your trips with this fantastic cruiser for 2021.

Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2, built in 1985. This Targa, presented in a special factory paintwork silver, is in absolutely impressive condition and fully restored to the highest standards. What a joy to drive such a vehicle or to enjoy an extended tour through beautiful landscapes.

Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3,5

The Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5. The Mercedes known as the flat cooler with a black leather interior was registered in Lübeck in May 1970. The coupe is still one of the most classic today and is also a “daily driver” for year-round driving pleasure. Even Santa Claus would enjoy it and enough space for the presents.

Porsche 911 Targa G-Modell

Very nice 911 Targa Bj 1973, one of the first to be built, German vehicle in a very neat condition. The engine and gearbox are complete. overhauled. the 11 series has an extensive service history. Appraisal from 2018 in the amount of 54,000.00 € TÜV until 05.2022, Trippmaster with 2 Hanhart watches on the dashboard.

VW Bus T1

On June 22nd, 1967, this station wagon was expanded at the renowned Westfalia company (CODE 523) with the desired special equipment. The two side doors (cargo doors right, CODE 231) provide easy access to the interior, where the bus is still home to the original Westfalia camping equipment, also known as “without side windows”. (CODE 108) The wooden extensions are fully functional and in really good condition. The pop-up roof is technically and visually perfect. (CODE C42) The original roof rack rounds off the equipment and opens up further practical possibilities. Also equipped with the components of the “North America Export Package” such as mileage speedometer, sealed beams, hazard lights, seat belts, tinted windshield, front bumper and 2-circuit brake system, this bus was delivered to the USA, Jacksonville, Florida (CODE UJ) The bus was brought back to Germany from sunny California in 2013 and has been in the hands of a single owner since then. Thanks to the performance-enhanced 1,600 cc engine with Dellorto double carburetors and over 90 PS as well as a beautiful exhaust system, the bus is ready for longer tours and provides dynamic driving pleasure. Due to the slight lowering, it is also an absolute eye-catcher visually. The 175 tires complement the overall sporty appearance. Due to the received restoration with repainting, the bus is almost perfect again today. The consistently good condition of the restored T1 is confirmed by a professional report from 2014, which, in addition to the very good interior, gives the bus an overall grade of 2+. A rare opportunity not only to buy a restored and completely preserved T1 Westfalia campervan, but a complete attitude to life. Sales are carried out on behalf of the customer, view and test drive possible by appointment.
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