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Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 2WD

Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 2WD Only two owners from new. Incredible show quality example of an early two wheel drive example The 'RS' badge is well renowned in the world of Fast Ford enthusiasts. Originating from Ford’s Motorsport division in the 1960’s; the RS actually stood for 'Rallye Sport' and meant that any Ford model special enough ...

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BMW 2002

Subject to ground up restoration Alex Elliot Built Tii engine Upgraded suspension, gearbox and brakes BMW's director of product planning, Helmut Werner Bönsch and Alex von Falkenhausen, the designer of the BMW M10 engine, had both been owners of a 1600-2 (1602) and subsequently had both installed a two litre engine in their respective cars. ...

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Triumph Spitfire Le Mans Recreation

Signed by Le Mans legend – Derek Bell An attractive early Spitfire with Le mans features Triumph ran three racing Spitfires during the 1964 and 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours race, they considered entering a six-cylinder Spitfire for the 1966 event under the F.I.A. Appendix J category after Porsche, in the same class, were found to be attaining 160mph. T...

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Ford Escort Mk. I RS1600

RS1600 BFAT Original AVO Shell 1975cc Tommy Field BDG Historic engine build Supplied with previous MSA logbook, FIA Regularity Rally car pass and UK V5C Iconic Ford homologation, special factory ordered The original Ford Escort was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1968 and soon became a commercial success as an attractive...

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Austin Mini Cooper ‘S’ Mk. I (1275cc)

Barn find condition requiring full restoration Appears to be complete Designed by Alec Issigonis in 1959, a new concept in car design was born. With a monocoque shell, transversely mounted engine and front wheel drive, the new 'Mini', as it was commonly known, soon became popular across a broad spectrum of the population. Introduced in...

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Vauxhall Chevette HS

The Chevette was manufactured in the UK from 1975 to 1984 and was Vauxhall's version of the family of small 'T-Cars' from their parent, General Motors (GM); this also included the Opel Kadett in Germany. However, the Chevette 2300HS was created for rally homologation. In 1976, at the instigation of new chairman Bob Price, Vauxhall decided to...

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Audi Quattro WR

he Audi Quattro is arguably the most significant car of the post-war era. The initial plan was to build just 400 for the motorsport industry, but due to strong demand the Quattro went into full production and the first lefthand drive versions were available in the UK in the spring of 1981, but the righthand drive followed in the Autumn of 1982....

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