Powered by a 2.4L V6 producing more than 190 hp, the Dino 246 was both bigger and more powerful than its predecessor, and arguably better-looking, too. This particular 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS makes the latter case very well. A left-hand drive, matching-numbers European specification model, it was ordered with in same rare Rosso Dino paint you see today, paired with a Nero black interior. It has recently been fully restored, issued a Ferrari Classiche certificate, and is ready for display or for driving, with only 73,193 miles on the odometer.
Bristol Airplane Company made its first car in 1945, and spun the division off as its own company two years after that. 70 years later, it's celebrating its anniversary with the Bristol Bullet. The first new model from the company in thirteen years, it pays homage to the past with a retro futuristic design. The carbon fiber composite body, hand made in Chichester along with the rest of the car, is paired with a 4.8L BMW Hercules V8 that lets the car go from 0-62 in 3.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 155 mph — giving the Bullet serious performance to go with its eye-catching looks.
One of just two prototypes ever built, this 1935 Avions Voisin C28 Aerosport is a gem of automotive design. Its streamlined form is considered Gabriel Voisin's masterpiece, with fenders that run the full length of the car, a curving roof that slides back for a convertible-like feel, and partial rear wheel covers. The car was outfitted with a 3.3L six-cylinder engine, paired with a Cotal four-speed transmission and Lockheed hydraulic brakes, resulting in what many refer to as the first GT. This example was fully restored over a period of eight years and finished with a period-correct interior from Hermès, leaving it in fantastic condition and ready for display.
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Named after the year both English companies were founded, the Morgan x Selfridges EV3 UK 1909 Edition marks the first collaboration between the two. It has a classic, retro body, with vintage-styled dials and knobs on the interior. Yet underneath it all is a fully modern, all-electric powertrain with a range of up to 150 miles and a top speed of 90 mph. The batteries are housed in brass conductive cooling fans, and the three-wheeled design makes for an engaging drive. It's accompanied by an optional driving kit that includes an Alexander McQueen driving scarf, Dents driving gloves, and George Cleverley driving shoes from from the same leather as the seats. Limited to just 19 examples.