Just a few of the vehicles we have sold in the past


1964 land rover santana 109 (series IIA)

A fantastically preserved and well-prepared Series IIA 109 with overdrive and exceedingly rare power steering, this Marine Blue example offers the best possible blend of rugged performance off road and civilized touring on tarmac.  With a 2.25L diesel, locking hubs, fender extensions and brawny Wolf wheels, it is rust free and ready for anything.  It was sold to a dealer in Valley Stream, NY, USA.


1964 AUTO UNION (DKW) F-1000-D

Fresh Dove Grey paint over new black and gray cloth with red checked seating surfaces.  1.8L Mercedes-Benz diesel and 4-speed manual.  Perfect for "van life" project, vintage racing support vehicle, food truck, or promotional vehicle.  It was sold to a collector car dealership in The Netherlands.


1991 PUCH 230GE

This rare, automatic transmission-equipped w/461 chassis Geändewagen has been recently decommissioned by the legendary Swiss Army, where it spent a lifetime of faithful service and was faithfully serviced in return.  Wearing fresh NATO green paint and needing nothing to be used daily, it is a fantastic piece of motoring history, and a wonderfully useable off roader.  It was sold to a collector in Toronto, Canada.


Welsh Grey with Limestone roof and wheels over beautiful original black vinyl, this one-owner 109 has done just 57,000 miles from new and is a fantastic driver with no rust and no needs.  Four 2-person removable rear jump seats allow accommodation for up to 11 people.  The perfect configuration for adventure use, it was sold to a first time vintage car buyer in Ridgeland, South Carolina, USA


1982 BMW 323i (e21)

Opal Green Metallic over Blue cloth, this two-owner example has been regularly driven, faithfully serviced, and carefully owned since new.  No rust, no damage, and needing nothing, it is rare to find an unmodified, undamaged, and unsullied example of this truly great performance car.  It was sold to a marque enthusiast in Bordeaux, France.


1984 Land Rover 109 2-door

Sand with tan canvas top over fresh black vinyl, with gasoline 2.25L engine and 4-speed manual.  One of the last of the Series III's and with just 93,000 miles in the hands of two enthusiast owners.  Fully restored and an astonishingly lovely 109, it was sold to a collector in Birmingham, AL, USA


1974 Citroën 2CV Fourgonette "Weekend"

Cream over Loden Green, this 12 volt 2CV van is one of the rare "weekend" models, with rear side windows and collapsible rear bench seating.  Very low mileage and restored to a high quality driver standard, it is beautiful, nearly perfect inside and out, and needs nothing.  Sold to a collector in Vancouver, Canada.



Matte white with black wheels over matte black interior with new black seats.  Two tops included - the original hard top and a lightweight parasol top.  Rust free and mechanically perfect, it drives as nicely as any 88 we have owned and needs nothing to be used daily.  Not for a collector.  This is an 88 destined for adventure.  It was sold to an enthusiast on the island of Corsica.


1957 auto union munga

This exceedingly rare 4WD bird is the grandfather to the Audi Quattro (during development of the original Quattro, an Audi passenger sedan was fitted with Munga running gear to ascertain viability.)  With no structural rust, it runs and drives beautifully.  Sold to a collector in Blowing Rock, NC, USA


1983 Land Rover Santana 109 4-door

One owner from new, then carefully and beautifully restored, this limestone over black example was from the final year of official S3 production from CKD's in cooperation with Solihull, and is therefore the ultimate refinement of the Series III.  Nearly perfect inside and out, it was sold to a collector in Birmingham, Alabama USA


1965 auto union F-1000-L COMBI

An extraordinary, period-correct van, in original colors and wearing appropriate details, such as the wraparound sunscreen sign above the windshield, hand painted lettering on the doors, and Franco-era tax stamps on the windshield.  The perfect support vehicle for a vintage racing effort or would make a high impact promotional vehicle for a company with vision.  It was sold to a collector car dealership in The Netherlands.


1963 saab 96

With its zingy 841cc two-stroke engine and three speed transmission, this Saab was startlingly original, having been carefully maintained by just two owners since new.  A magnificent driver, clean inside and out, and needing nothing for daily use, it was sold to a collector and vintage racer in Houston, Texas, USA

From the buyer:  "My car is in better shape than I had assumed it would be.  Both Paul and Adam are delightful guys and clearly addicted to old cars just like the rest of us.  I have been very impressed with my purchase, and I certainly look forward to doing business with these guys again."


1991 mercedes-benz 230ge pickup (w461)

Badged as a Steyr-Daimler-Puch, this 461 chassis 230GE spent its entire carefully-maintained life in the service of the legendary Swiss Army.  Rust free and with a tow rating of more than 5 tons, with rare automatic transmission and highly unusual body style, it was one of the best driving 230GE's we have ever seen.  Sold to a vintage vehicle collector in Christiansburg, Virginia, USA.


1977 land rover santana 88 (series iii)

Beautifully restored and needing nothing.  Sand with white roof and wheels over black vinyl.  2.25L diesel and 4-speed manual.  Factory overdrive.  Rust free, mechanically excellent, and as beautiful as you'll find, it was sold to an enthusiast in Bordeaux, France.



Metallic Black over black Recaro seats, with dark anthracite BBS wheels and the "SST" automatic transmission with dual clutch manual operation using paddle shifters.  Fast, composed, and with performance accessible to everyone, this SST-equipped Lancer Evolution X has just 100,000 kms and runs as good as it looks.  Sold to a technician in Altea, Spain.


1979 land rover santana 109 (series iii)

Rust free, mechanically excellent, and with longer gearing allowing 60+ mph cruising speeds, this diesel-powered nine-seater was a very appealing combination.  Fresh Sand paint with a white tropical roof, it was a wonderful driver and was sold to a first-time Land Rover buyer in Galveston, Texas, USA.

From the buyer:  "The process of shipping and customs was very efficient, organized, and much easier than I imagined. For a sight unseen, overseas purchase things went extremely well.  Makes me want to do it again!"


1977 land rover santana 88 (series iii)

It's rare to find a Series Land Rover with original bodywork, but this 88 had original paint and largely undamaged bodywork.  In outstanding mechanical condition, and with very low original mileage, it was leak free and a magnificent driver.  Sold to a vintage vehicle collector in Christiansburg, Virginia, USA.


1992 lancia delta hf turbo

The oft-forgotten little brother of the Integrale, the 1.6L HF Turbo is an angry little screamer, with bodywork by Guigiaro, powerplant by Aurelio Lampredi, and build quality by Lancia.  This one-owner example, in Rosso Monza over gray alcantara Recaros, was as nice as we have seen.  It was sold to a dealer in Long Beach, California, USA.


1979 land rover santana 109 4-door

Limestone over black, with silver wheels and many original touches, this well preserved station wagon was exceptionally clean, rust free and mechanically perfect.  Original jump seats were stored from new, giving seating capacity for up to nine passengers.  It was sold to a dealer in Fair Oaks, California, USA.


1986 Peugeot 205GTI 1.9

Widely considered the best of the 80's hot hatches, this 1.9L GTI was an original Swedish model vehicle with a large service history.  In largely original condition save for some minor paint work, it runs and drives beautifully and looks great in black over multicolor sport fabric with original Speedline wheels.  It was sold to a dealer in Long Beach, California, USA.



Dark Blue over tan, this rare and wonderful estate has less than 45,000 original miles and needs nothing.  Rust free, mechanically perfect and beautiful inside and out, it is a dynamite driver and makes its driver an instant celebrity.  Time capsule condition with just the right touch of charming patina.  It was sold to a collector in Bucharest, Romania.


1984 Land Rover Santana 88 (Series IIIA)

Matte white over matte and gloss black, with fresh black upholstery.  2.25L diesel and four-speed with rare factory overdrive.  Rust free, mechanically honest and ideal as-is for adventure or road use, it was sold to an enthusiast in Seattle, WA USA.


Extreme Blue with black BBS wheels over black Recaro seats with yellow Renault Sport trim.  6-speed with factory limited slip.  68,200 original kilometers and looks, runs and drives as new.  No damage or signs of wear anywhere, inside or out.  A nearly perfect example of a very fast Megane.  It was sold to an enthusiast in Madrid, Spain.


Fresh Olive Drab with an olive canvas top and white wheels over perfect black vinyl, with gasoline 2.25L engine and 4-speed manual.  An authentic NATO 88, which has always been faithfully and regularly maintained by the Dutch Military, and remains structurally rust free and mechanically perfect.  A restored bit of military history that can be used immediately, every day, it was sold to an enthusiast in New York.



Octane Blue over Black Recaro seats.  58,300 km (36,146 miles). Factory 352 horsepower specification with 5-speed manual transmission and carbon composite clutch. Alcon front brakes, Brembo rear brakes. Turbo timer. Factory navigation. Beautiful, rare and very fast, it was sold to an enthusiast in Barcelona, Spain.


1987 land rover santana 90

White with black wheels over gray tweed front seats and black vinyl rear jump seats.  2.5L diesel and 5-speed manual.  Parabolic springs and power steering.  92k original miles, mechanically perfect, and structurally rust free.  A highway capable Land Rover with excellent road manners and legendary chops off road.  It was sold to an enthusiast in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.