Highlights offered in the sale include:
1967 Toyota 2000 GT (est. £700,000-900,000)
in Pegasus White is believed to be first acquired by the owner of Toyota Mozambique and was one of only
two cars imported to the East African country. Known for its precise engineering and impeccable quality,
this Japanese 'halo' car was one of only 351 built between 1967-1970. Over the years, the GT's exterior and
interior have been preserved and an engine rebuild was undertaken. It was awarded the 'Best in Show' at the
prestigious London Concours in 2022.
1931 Bentley 8-Litre (est. £600,000-800,000)
A magnificent completely matching numbers Vanden Plas Style Tourer. Debuting at the 1930 London Motor
Show and advertised as "100mph without noise", this model represents an evolutionary step in the
development of the Vintage-era Bentley. Only 78 survive worldwide from the mere 100 produced and this
example maintains the performance and drivability of which Bentleys are known.
1986 Aston Martin Virage Coupé Prototype (est. £250,000-350,000)
A unique two-door prototype of the company's mainstream model of the 1990s, the Virage, though has an
appearance more similar to the William Towns' Lagonda 'Wedge' saloon of 1976. Further differentiating this
model, in 1990 the vendor received factory approval to strip down the chassis and rebuild it to his 6'3"
height. With Pacific Blue Pearlescent paintand fully trimmed interior to Lagonda standards, the new car was
completed in 1993 and tested by racer/journalist Tony Dron who commented,
"This is a magnificent machine which rides well at low speed but which handles faultlessly when driven
fast... it has that thoroughbred feel which inspires faith and confidence...".