1958 Porsche 356 A 1600 Super Speedster

The Porsche 356 is an automotive icon. This particular 1958 Porsche 356 A 1600 Super Speedster is one of the most desirable examples we've seen. It's believed to be one of fewer than 200 "S" models built in 1957 and one of the last 800 ever built, period. Fully restored in 2003, it saw new silver paint replace the original ivory, and black leather supplant the aging brown interior. At the same time, it received some mild race preparation, most importantly seeing its original powerplant replaced with a tuned 1600 SC engine that produces 110 hp, and helps make the car even more pleasurable to drive.

  • Jaguar E-Type Reborn

    Building on the success of its corporate sibling's Land Rover Classic program, the Jaguar E-Type Reborn gives you a chance to own a like-new example of the legendary Series 1 E-Type. Each vehicle is carefully sourced and comprehensively restored to original 1960s factory specifications using only Jaguar Classic Parts. One of an initial run of ten cars, this particular example has its original matching numbers bodyshell, engine, and gearbox intact, all of which have been completely rebuilt, leaving the car in showroom-like condition.

  • 1959 Lister Costin Chevrolet

    The result of a collaboration between British builder Brian Lister, De Havilland alum, designer, and engineer Frank Costin, and American-built V8 power, this 1959 Lister Costin Chevrolet is an impressive example of racing past. It has a long history of runs at events across the U.K., South Africa, and the U.S., and was completely restored by Californian-based Canepa Design. It's now in the hands of renowned race house Hall and Hall and offers its buyer a ride ready to compete in a variety of vintage events.

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