This Opel Manta 2.0 GSi was built in 1988 and is a unique classic because of its low mileage of 54.319 kilometers. The mileage is of course demonstrable with the present history of the car. This Manta B GSi was delivered new in Spain. This classic Opel is equipped with a 1.979cc four-cylinder engine with a manual 5-speed gearbox. The white paint combines well with the completely original grey GSi sports interior. Furthermore, the Manta is equipped with a trunk spoiler and original alloy wheels. Are you looking for an iconic sporty coupe from the 80s? This Opel Manta GSi with unique low mileage is present in our showroom. You are welcome!
- 54319 Km
- Year Built 1988
- 1979 Engine
This beautiful Mercedes-Benz 230 CE was delivered new in Germany in 1984 and is in good condition. The beautiful colour combination of the car makes this Mercedes-Benz a real eye-catcher. The mileage of this car is 134,000 kilometers, which is verifiable. Furthermore, the original maintenance booklet with stamps is present and this classic has an automatic gearbox. Are you looking for a nice Mercedes-Bens 230CE? Then do not hesitate to contact us.
- 134000 Km
- Year Built 1984
- 2300 Engine
This Beetle comes from a collection of a true VW enthusiast who has always maintained the car well. The classic has been restored in the past and all invoices are present. The dark blue paint of this VW Beetle in combination with the cream-coloured upholstery and soft top, makes it the ultimate convertible.
- 42591 Km
- Year Built 1977
- 1584 Engine
Chassis No. 2164 / Reg No. S998 LRA. Being one of the company directors at The Real Car Co, my wife and I have owned this RV8 for about 17 years and it has been used, almost exclusively by my wife, as a daily driver during the summer. Winter months are spent in dry storage at work.
- Year Built 1998
Chassis No. JR17022017RHD0100 / Reg No. WXO 836. A striking car, beautifully constructed in 2017 to a very high standard using a 3.6-litre XJS as a basis, built on a custom made chassis frame and a hand-built fibreglass coupe body. All mechanical items overhauled, and the quality of the finish to paintwork, upholstery, etc, is second to none and has to be seen
- Year Built 1989
Chassis No. 1582033 / Reg No. VXS 427. A very appealing little car, in excellent condition and full of impish character. We understand the ‘Grand Luxe’ version with sunroof to be rare, and certainly letting in light and air is a desirable feature. In 1989, the car successfully completed the Italian Mille Miglia, finishing in 41st place, out of a field of 315 starters. This is confirmed and documented in a book on the subject which is included with the car.
- Year Built 1951
This Lancia Beta rally car not only looks fantastic, it also drives great. No cost or effort has been spared to convert this Lancia into a group 4 historic rally car. The list of replaced parts goes on and on, from a revised engine to OMP bucket seats and double DCOE carburettors. The result of this rally car is truly spectacular. The complete restoration is recorded in invoices.
- 378 Km
- Year Built 1974
- 1585 Engine
Chassis No. B124GJ / Reg No. CUV 792C A very appealing, smart, correct and sound example in just the right condition to use & enjoy. Excellent paintwork, in the original and very attractive shade of Dawn blue, complemented by high-quality chrome plating. The original blue/grey leather interior is nicely presented, with no splits or tears, and indeed, the interior overall is very nice, with excellent headlining, carpets, etc, and the wood veneers are particularly fine
- Year Built 1965
Chassis No. B433DV / Reg No. 825 XVB. A sound, correct and original example which has been with one owner since it was just a few years old, certainly since 1969 and possibly longer. There is a great deal of history covering much of that period, showing various repair and maintenance work carried out during that long ownership, and even including a Jack Barclay service record book covering the sixties and seventies.
- Year Built 1962
Chassis No. BC28FM / Reg No. DSX 298. A lovely example of a rare and sought-after coachwork design, all the better for being a late S1 from the last year of production, incorporating the whole range of modifications introduced during the model’s four year run. Some say that a late S1 is the most desirable of the whole 'S' series production.
- Year Built 1959
In 2018, this classic car was completely modified by a specialist for 175,000 euros. All invoices for the modifications are present and all modifications are recorded in a photo book. This Jaguar E-Type has been fully adapted to the wishes of the previous owner. The body has been widened and the classic has a different powertrain. The 4.2 liter engine has been overhauled and equipped with 3 Weber carburettors. This classic also has a number of popular options such as air conditioning, power steering and a 5-speed gearbox.
- 3494 Km
- Year Built 1966
- 4200 Engine
Chassis No. B140BA / Reg No. 533 UYR. This car is absolutely exceptional, being a rare James Young ‘finned rear wing’ design, and more importantly, having had a full, bare chassis up restoration in the 1990s, something like £80,000 having been spent on it, which of course represents a considerable amount more in today's money.
- Year Built 1958
A truly unique barnfind is this 1938 NSU-FIAT Typ 1500 4-Fenster Gläser Cabriolet. Based on the Fiat 508C chassis and mechanics from Fiat, NSU licensed the famous body builder Gläser to build this Sports Cabriolet. Gläser was in those years known for its high-quality and luxury car construction. This version is extra special because this is the version with the more powerful 6-cylinder 1500cc engine. We do not know the exact number of cars produced, but it is said that it would be around 20. The owner of this unique car has been an old-timer friend of ours for over 30 years and has had this project in his man-cave for all those 30 years, stored well and dry. The car was waiting patiently until the moment of restoration. However, with many projects awaiting, our friend has now opted to exchange this unique project with us for another roadworthy old-timer. After 30 years of waiting, this car is now out and in the picture for the first time. A unique opportunity to buy a piece of history and to restore. Given its unique history, this car is after restoration suitable for participation in Mille Miglia and other famous events such as Targa Florio, Goodwood Revival, Pebble beach, etc.
- 11167 Km
- Year Built 1938
- 1500 Engine
Chassis No. BC6EL / Reg No. UYU 328. With one owner from 1993 to 2019 and hardly used during or since that period, this car is delightfully correct, undisturbed, sound and sharp and finished in a lovely special order colour scheme, subtly two-toned as per the original build records in light green & grey/green.
- Year Built 1958
Chassis No. B250ZY / Reg No. UKN 222. The very last R Type built! The car is in lovely condition, very smartly painted in black pearl and silver, with fresh and lovely light blue leather and carpets, accompanied by excellent headlining and nicely finished interior wood. Mechanically, the engine runs very smoothly and the car drives well. All of this adds up to a particularly appealing example, with the ‘last one built’ adding an extra edge
- Year Built 1955
Chassis No. B188ZY / Reg No. OEW 100. A smart, sound and correct example, very nicely finished in an attractive shade of deep red with appealing, original beige leather and excellent, recent headlining and carpets. Included in the file accompanying the car are various maintenance invoices, including evidence of a comprehensive engine overhaul in 2004, carried out by Norman Woolfenden, who we hold in high regard.
- Year Built 1955
Chassis No. BC21B / Reg No. 521 YUV. A lovely example of the iconic fastback, which underwent a full ground up restoration in the 2000s, evidenced with photos showing the car stripped to a bare chassis frame. Since then, the car has had minimal use and is still excellent, even the underside being virtually spotless!
- Year Built 1953
Chassis No. B101MX / Reg No. FXV 540. A lovely example of a rare and desirable ‘M series’ Bentley. Of the two hundred of these chassis built, many were bodied by Park Ward, but this Hooper specimen is rare, unusual, handsome and in very fine order, beautifully finished in deep blue, which suits it particularly well, with excellent blue/grey leather, high quality headlining, carpets, etc, and overall looking gorgeous.
- Year Built 1939
Chassis No. B101HM / Reg No. JBK 319. An absolutely lovely four-door open Derby Bentley, re-bodied in 2006 by Steve Penny to a design based upon an original Offord bodied car, which, coincidentally, we owned several years ago. Built and finished to a fabulous standard, on a restored chassis, and consequently, a lovely car throughout, which drives just as a Derby Bentley should.
- Year Built 1937
Chassis No. B1GP / Reg No. DGT 446. A very stylish, well-constructed, accurate representation of the desirable and well-loved Vanden Plas design of the 1930s, but built just a few years ago. A fabulous, sought after design, accurately recreated and built to a very high standard, make this Derby Bentley something very special.
- Year Built 1936
Chassis No. B91EJ / Reg No. BYW619. This car is an excellent representation of the sought after Vanden Plas design of exactly the right period. The car was stripped to a bare chassis in the early 1990s, and through that decade was restored from bare chassis up to a high standard. Work included construction of a very well executed body, accurate and of high quality, painted and upholstered very nicely, full engine overhaul incorporating a new cylinder head, gearbox attention, installation of overdrive....
- Year Built 1935
Chassis No. B179EJ / Reg No. CLB 330. A freshly completed, well-executed VDP replica, with all new coachwork, built using a Tony Robinson frame, panelled in aluminium by McFarlane. As well as the body, paint, upholstery, windscreen, hood, tonneau cover, etc, and all aspects of the body being new, all bright work has been re-chromed and the car looks particularly attractive in its Burgundy livery with beige leather.
- Year Built 1935
Chassis No. B192DG / Reg No. BXM 513. A stylish two-door tourer, well-proportioned, lightweight and reminiscent of a Vanden Plas design of the day. The 'cutaway' doors, rear-mounted spare wheel, quarter bumpers, correct lamps, horns, etc, all add to the car's handsome looks. A few years ago a new cylinder head and an oil filter conversion were fitted
- Year Built 1935
Chassis No. B129BL / Reg No. XVS 935. Sold by us in 1994, and now returned from the same owner, this car has been well-cared-for over that 26 year period, which represents a sizeable chunk of the car's life so far! During this period, work carried out has included complete re-paint in two shades of green, all brightwork re-chromed, new leather upholstery, new headlining and carpets, interior wood very smartly re-finished to a high standard, and the car has been fully re-wired.
- Year Built 1934