All listings for: Silverstone
Silverstone Auctions
Guy Lees-Milne
Silverstone House
Gaydon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom CV35 0EP
+44 1926691141
+44 7773776414
+44 1926641239
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Classified Audi 2.2 Quattro B2

Introduced at The Geneva Show in 1980, the Audi Quattro with 5 cylinders and four-wheel drive was a complete game-changer. It was a seriously credible performance saloon and the basic concept would go onto to generate over five million worldwide sales for Audi over the next ten years confirming that there were willing customers for a refined...

To Be Auctioned 52 w, 0 d
Classified Porsche 924 ex AFN 924 Championship Entry

Porsche 924 chassis No. 9248.105546 was used from new by Porsche 924. AFN were the driving force behind the 924 Championship in an attempt to demonstrate the 924's sporting qualities. Their car was registered as "AFN 18" and was driven by Nick Faure using race number 18. It finished 4th in the series. It was apparently stripped out for racing...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 6 d
Classified Audi RR Quattro Turbo 20v

The Audi 'Quattro' presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1980 represented a quantum leap in the repositioning of the Audi brand with their mission statement "Vorsprung durch Technik" having been applied literally. A new 20-valve engine was introduced in 1989 and with it, the Quattro became the last series production model to be given a...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 6 d
Classified Ford Escort RS1800 ex Henri Toivonen

Offered here is a remarkable Ford Escort RS1800 originally built new in 1979 for Henri Toivonen and Phil Boland’s entry in the 1979 Lombard RAC Rally of Great Britain. It has remained with founder and owner of PCA Motorsport, Peter Clarke for its entire life. KWT 556V was used by him in 1980 in the first few rounds of the British National RAC C...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 5 d
Classified Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 4x4

In 1988 Ford launched the Sapphire Cosworth, which was a little more discreet than previous Sierra Cosworths. As the name suggests, it was based on the Sapphire saloon and used the existing 1993cc Cosworth twin-cam turbo. In January 1990, the third generation Sierra RS Cosworth was launched, this time with four-wheel drive. As early as 1987,...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 4 d
Classified Ford Escort RS1600

The original Ford Escort was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1968 and soon became a commercial success as an attractive small family saloon. Ford had, for a number of years, used active participation in motor sport as a means of getting their showroom doors swinging on a Monday morning, and the new Escort was to prove no...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 4 d
Classified Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500

1988 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500. 500 versions of the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth were needed to homologate the "Evolution" model in British and European Touring car racing. They were all converted by Tickford Engineering (this being number 455 out of 500) and featured a more powerful 224bhp engine as well as many aerodynamic tweaks to the bodywork...

To Be Auctioned 51 w, 1 d
Classified Porsche 911 2.8 RSR FIA Historic GT Racecar

Porsche 911 2.8 RSR FIA Historic GT Racecar 1973 When it comes to the 911, ask any 'Porschephile' for their opinion as to which was the greatest racing 911 ever built and quickly you will become used to hearing the acronym 'RSR'. Introduced in 1973 by the factory as an evolution of the already potent 2.7 RS, it was both an official 'works'...

To Be Auctioned 47 w, 4 d
Classified Ford Escort Mexico Mk1

The Ford Escort Mexico was introduced in November 1970 and was named to celebrate Ford Motor Company's victory in the World Cup Rally. This rally started in London on 19th April 1970 and finished some 16,000 miles later in Mexico. Originally Ford intended to use Escorts with the Twin Cam or BDA engine, but after some reconnaissance, it was decided...

To Be Auctioned 42 w, 6 d
Classified Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Vl 'Tommi Makinen edit

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Vl 'Tommi Makinen edition' - UK-spec. By mid-1996, Mitsubishi’s rallying success began to really reflect in Lancer Evolution sales. The 1996 WRC season brought Mitsubishi, together with a blisteringly quick Finn named Tommi Makinen, its first World Rally Championship drivers’ title. The fiercely competitive Makinen bor...

To Be Auctioned 42 w, 3 d