One of the most iconic cars from Bentley’s history – Sir Tim Birkin’s 1929 supercharged 4½-litre “Blower” – is to be reborn with a new build of 12 matching cars, each individually handcrafted by a team of specialists from Bentley’s bespoking and coachwork division, Mulliner.
This particular 911 was a grey market car legally imported into the US, living majority of its life in the South, making it the perfect candidate for a bespoke build.
The only roadster known to have continually survived in its original form.
Equipped with a 4.5-liter V12 engine paired to a four-speed transmission, at an auction later next month.
1967 Omega Seamaster 300 Ref. 166.024 owned by Lieutenant Colonel George Aikman Finter (KIA 2/28/1970)
1966 Jaguar XJ13 Recreation by Tempero.
Lamborghini's in-house restoration unit, Polo Storico, restores the Miura used in 'The Italian Job' movie opening scenes.
Comes with special accessories, including a pair of driving shoes and a weekend bag, all essentials for any car enthusiast.
Original AMG upgraded 6.0-litre 32v DOHC ‘Hammer’ for auction.
This DB4GT is one of just 75 examples manufactured.
In 1981, the only vehicle at the intersection of exotic supercar and off-road vehicle was Lamborghini’s LM002.
The first Type 57S debuted at the 1935 London Motor Show bodied with dramatic fastback Aérolithe coachwork, a style which was eventually refined into the Atlantic coupe.
This ’76 911 Turbo was originally special ordered in Ice Green Metallic over green Leather-to-Sample.
"Greatest Sports Car of the 1950s"
Soviet era circus billboards.
World War I, propaganda posters.
Vintage 1956 Maserati auction.
Once a wolf, always a wolf.
Supplied through Henlys of London in July 1955.
The first of three road-going NART Daytona Spyders; a very special car that was personally commissioned by Luigi as a gift for his wife Marion.
Auction for a 1980 BMW M1 Coupé, one of only 453 built.
The only known vintage white gold Rolex Daytona for auction to benefit Children Action.
D-Type OKV2 is expected to bring over $12 million at auction.
A 3.9-liter V-12 powers the car to a top speed of 155 MPH and dual fuel tanks give it plenty of range to cover the continent.
Ordered by McCartney prior to his departure for the Beatles' world tour in the summer of 1964.