Sunday, 20 August 2017 01:36

Maserari 4200 GT Coupe Manual RHD 2005

Maserati 4200 Coupe GT Manual gearbox RHD 2005 We are pleased to offer this worndeful future classic. The maserari coupe came as an evolution to the 3200GT. This time Maserati was under the biggest name in the business, Ferrari and the new coupe was built to become a true great. A real Grand Tourer. For this reason the Ferrari 4200cc V8 was used (similar with the Ferrari F430) that produced 400bhp. The Cambiocorsa F1 gearbox came also from Ferrari with Michael Schumacher developing the car and the gearbox. Gabrielle Tarquini was also at the time the chief development test driver for Maserati and the complete evolution was done at the Fiorano test track. The Giugiaro designed body remains to this day a classic and combines details from the Great GT's made by Maserari in the 60's and early 70's. This car is a very rare RHD face lifting 2005 manual gearbox example. Less than 10 face lifting cars were officially imported in the U.K. with a manual gearbox which makes the car much easier to drive but also wipes out all the sensitive F1 gearbox problems. This car today comes with 66.500miles, full service history with all the stamps and invoices. A recent service worth of more than £5000 was done in 2017 so it needs nothing and drives like a dream. Finished in this rare shade of Blue it is combined with a two tone gray interior and a lot of factory extras like the heated electric seats the factory satellite navigation and a Bluetooth built in device. This rare car with increasing values could be your next daily driver or a proud appreciating addition to your collection. Buy this one now before they double their value. Price: £21100.00

Published in Sports Cars
Friday, 04 March 2016 00:00

Lancia Delta Integrale Evo2 SOLD

The Lancia Delta Integrale is in no need for many introductions. A 6 time World Rally Champion (plus another without the factory support) made the small square but muscular car a legend.

Through its evolution the delta was becoming more and more advanced with the last of the Evolution II 16 Valve cars performing and looking completely different to the early cars. Presented in June 1993, the second Evolution version of the Delta HF Integrale featured an updated version of the 2-litre 16-valve turbo engine which produced more power, as well as a three-way catalyst and Lambda probe. The 1993 Integrale received a cosmetic and functional facelift that included new 16” light alloy rims with ZR 16 tyres, also body coloured roof moulding to underline the connection between the roof and the solar control windows. The outside was sharpened up with an aluminium fuel cap, air-intake grilles on the front mudguards, and a red painted cylinder head. The standard Recaro seats were upholstered in Alacantara with diagonal stitching.

This Evolution 2 Montecarlo is one of the finest someone can get in the open market today. A one owner car supplied in 1994 by Cloverleaf cars in the UK and then shipped to Greece where it spent its life in a climate controlled garage. The car is not only completely accident free but it also preserves its original paint which is bright as it should with only a few barely noticeable stone chips on the bonnet. A low mileage car, this beautiful example comes with only approximately 38.000km on the clock with full main dealer service history and a recent service of 3.500euros including belts etc.

Please note that the car is Greek registered EEC taxes paid but was delivered new to the UK.




Published in Sold
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 00:00

Veloceclassic goes Ferrari

Veloce classic and Sports cars LTD proudly announces its turn in the business on classic, race, collectors and young timer Ferraris. 

After a long time in the field of vintage car auctions and Motorsport trade the managing director of Veloce Classic and sports LTD, Dimitrios Spyropoulos had decided the turning of the company's private treaty and open sales to focus on Ferraris.

Veloce Classic and Sports cars LTD, a London based company has has been selling selective collectors automobiles for 3 years since its establishment in London in 2012. Since then we have sourced and sold a number of magnificent examples. 

"I was always passionate about Italian cars. They have something different...this is no other than the passion that they were made of. I am personally an Alfa Romeo and Lancia geek that turned into a Maserati fan but Ferraris were and will always be my favourite cars. I love those gentleman Ferraris of the 60's like the 330 GT 2+2 the 365 Queen Mary, the 250 GTE the same way I love the multi million worh 250 GTO and I would drive every day a Ferrari F355."

Value is more expensive than price and here at Veloce classic and sports we preserve value so Ferrari is the best answer.

Dimitrios Spyropoulos

Managing Director

Specialist in fine historic automobiles, valuer and auctioneer


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