Porsche 968 Clubsport (1994)
An immaculate 968 CS UK car owned for the past 15 years straight by a popular Porsche collector. Maintained regardless of cost at UK leading independent specialists, RPM Tecknik, who have set the car up perfectly to the owners the 'Fast Road' preference.
Chassis Number WP0ZZZ96ZRS815273
- KW3 Variant Suspension - Set to their softest setting, just perfect! A full rear beam rebuild was completed as part of this work
- Big Blacks on M030 (40% more surface contact area than the standard items)
- MO30 ARBs
- Soundbound Trimmers Seats to Sport specification - This cars standard 'comfort' seats were professionally updated and trimmed in official Porsche Leather and Alcantara centres
- Full 36K + Full Belts, Rollers and tensioner and new gear selector have been been completed at RPM Tecknik as part of a £3200 service
- MOT passed June 7th with no advisories
- Fully G-Tech Detailed with warranty balance
This must be one of the very best of the only 58 currently registered in the UK - £34,000
Porsche Carrera 3.0 (1977)
An extremely rare manual Carrera 3.0 from 1977. Sienna Red Metallic, with beige velour and leather interior, and sunroof. The car has covered a well-documented 114,000 miles, and over the past few years has been subject to a thorough rolling restoration. Superb and very original condition - it even has the original five spoke fan and 'cookie cutter' wheels. Very full history file, including the original owners manual and stamped service book. Stamps include the original supplying dealer and running in service. Receipts for all recent work, along with receipts for other upkeep going back to 1980. Car has been in regular use, to keep it 'on the button'. Recent work has included a full respray, kidney bowl and sill repairs, new clutch, new shock absorbers, new exhaust system, engine out with many seals replaced, fuel injection system overhaul, gearbox overhaul, new fuel tank, complete electrical system overhaul with many new components. All work carried out at well-known specialists. Engine is matching numbers, with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Car will be supplied with a fresh service and MOT from our partner classic Porsche specialist. £59,000
Porsche 944 Turbo (1988)
Jet black over Can-Can red leather.
Total 80's bliss.
This is a beautifully cared for 944T with an incredible engine and body in a very special colour combo. Only ever dry-stored which you can see from the perfect interior door sills.
A thick folder of receipts accompanies the car including a recent service at Porsche for 4k. Original factory Porsche books present. Recent service by Sid at Porsche Torque to include belts, plugs and oils. Very rare original Porsche alloy wheels with new Bridgestone tyres. OEM upgraded Porsche steering wheel.
Air con, electric windows, electric 4-way adjustable seats and a sunroof.
139 - Seat Heating
418 - Side Protection Mouldings
490 - Sound System
573 - A/C
593 - ABS (Bosch)
983 - Leather seats
TVR T350 (2003)
28k miles and meticulously maintained.
Full Service History. Always dry stored.
Superb condition in arguably the best colour scheme. £49,000
Aston Martin V8 Volante Oscar India (1978)
Aston Martin V8 Volante from 1978.
The Series 4 Oscar India model. Very special car which drives impeccably with a newly conditioned engine, gleaming bodywork and an interior as new. Full Service History and previous MOTs. Possibly the only Aston Martin V8 convertible in the world in Bahama Yellow. Please call for more info. £140,000
Porsche 911 993 Carrera (1996)
NOW SOLD. London Classica are proud to present this wonderful Porsche 911 993 Carrera 3.6L - one of the last air cooled and hand built 911’s. This car has been very well cared with regular and consistent servicing at the same Porsche specialist in Horsham for the past 10 years straight. The colour is Schwarz-metallic black (L744) with a gorgeous light grey interior to compliment.
Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 (1987)
This is a well-known car and based on the VIN records of PSOOC, is the earliest right hand drive 1.9 GTi, registered on 12 January 1987, before any of the UK magazines published their road tests. I am the fifth owner and have owned for three years. Prior to my ownership, it was owned by a well-known motoring journalist for 11 years, who bought the car from a man who had owned it since April 1990. Prior to that it was his company car, and was possibly originally registered as a dealer demonstrator.
It has appeared in several motoring publications. Andrew Frankel used it for an Autocar story celebrating the 205 GTI plus a video on the Autocar website https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvnCI5DnWyY and it also won Frankel's Hot Hatch World Cup feature. It then appeared in a twin-test with a pre-production 208 GTI in France. Other magazine appearances are Evo (top six in the 'best front-wheel-drive driver's cars' group test and a twin test with an Abarth 500 EsseEsse), Classic and Sportscar (a hot 205s group test) and Octane (Octane Cars and a buying guide). It illustrated an Autocar buying guide too. Finally, it has taken part in a Practical Classics hot-hatch triple test.
In 2011 it had some bodywork refreshment at Peugeot UK's workshop prior to display in the company's foyer, and the following year some more work was done by Robin Dalwood, former bodyshop manager of Porsche specialist Autofarm. The bodywork is in very good condition with no rust issues.
The 205 has covered 126,000 miles. The engine has never been apart and is very healthy, with negligible oil consumption and a very low MOT hydrocarbon reading. It has always been filled with synthetic oil. The gearbox is similarly fit, and all four dampers have been replaced with new, genuine Peugeot items over recent years. There is a very thick folder of bills for parts and a record of work done, plus the Peugeot service history from its early life. All handbooks are present. Last year the car went through a full service at Pug One Off in Northamptonshire.
Tyres are brand new Pirellis, the exhaust system is recent and the headlights are new Lucas items. The original SEV-Marchal units, with slightly corroded reflectors, will go with the car. The interior is in excellent condition with uncracked leather. It has remote central locking with alarm, electric windows and a sunroof (with properly-working seal) but no power steering. Consequently the steering feel in a fast bend is superb. The parcel shelf is original and undamaged, and the radio is also believed to be original.
This is a factory-spec, correct 205 GTI 1.9 which looks terrific and is hugely entertaining to drive. As a Phase 1 version it represents the fast-appreciating 205 GTI as originally conceived, and as seemingly the earliest remaining 1.9 in the UK it represents a compelling piece of history with strong provenance.
It is with great sadness that I am selling the car, but with a second child on the way and a pending house move, now is the time for the car to move on to its next custodian. £16,750