Mercedes 170S

We are delighted to be in the position to offer this beautiful Mercedes 170S for sale

The Mercedes-Benz 170 S was introduced in 1949 to offer a slightly larger and more luxury car than the pre-war model 170V which was in production from 1935 to 1942 and again from 1947 to 1955. The 170 S was fitted with an upgrade of the 1697 cc M136 engine from the 170V by increasing the capacity to 1767cc and with that increasing the output to 52 HP from the previous 38 HP. Performance was correspondingly enhanced, with a stated top speed of 122 km/h (76 mph) still using the well proven four speed all-synchromesh transmission of the 170 V.

Jaguar MK VII

The Jaguar Mark VII is a large four-door luxury saloon car which was produced by Jaguar from 1951 to 1956. The car was introduced to the public at the 1950 London Motor Show and replaced the Jaguar Mark V. As Bentley already offered a MK VI, Jaguar went straight to the MK VII as not to clash with Bentley’s model. The Mark VII achieved several successes in racing and rallying.

We just finished a complete respray of the car and changed the colour to a very nice silver. We fitted new exhaust manifolds and a new high torque starter. This is now a very nice car ready to be enjoyed.

Mercedes 220 SE Ponton Coupe

We are delighted to be able to offer this stunning Mercedes 220 SE Ponton Coupe for sale

This first totally new designed post war Mercedes, which replaced the Type 170, was in production from 1953 to 1962. First as a 4 cylinder Sedan (W120 & 121) and later as a 6 cylinder sedan, cope and cabriolets (W105 & 180 & 128) Only 830 cars of the 220SE coupe were manufactured and only 65 with the sunroof.

This particular car was delivered to the dealership in Monchengladbach in November 1958 and the new owner collected the car from the dealership on the 13th of January 1959.

Aston Martin DBS

We are delighted to be able to offer this stunning Aston Martin DBS for sale.
The Aston Martin DBS was produced by Aston Martin Lagonda Limited from 1967 to 1972 and featured in the 1969 James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” and in the 1970s TV show “The Persuaders” as Lord Brett Sinclair’s (Rodger Moor) car.
The DBS was intended as the successor to the Aston Martin DB6, although the two ran concurrently for three years. Powered by the same 4.0 L straight-six engine with a claimed engine output of 282bhp (210 kW or 286 PS), it was eventually being phased out in favour of the much heavier V8 engine.