We are active buyers of cars that suit our requirements and those of our customers. We offer a broad range of classics, from pre-war to modern supercars, but the emphasis will always be on quality. If you have a great car, in great condition and with a comprehensive history file to support it, we will be interested in talking to you about a cash acquisition of your vehicle. If we agree to purchase your vehicle outright, you can be assured of a fair and realistic market value and seamless and swift transaction.

Cash Sales

Whatever your classic, we might be interested in acquiring your vehicle outright. We guarantee fast decisions and a painless completion process.

Commission Sales

In certain circumstances we would be delighted to assist with the sale of your car. When required we can offer discreet and subtle marketing of your car, finding you the right buyer and achieving exceptional prices. We can also offer strong marketing and publicity to the sale of a car if a customer requests it, reaching an international audience of discerning buyers.

Part Exchange

We will be happy to consider taking your existing vehicle against the value of a car which we have in stock. Please do not hesitate to contact us if part-exchange is an appealing option for you.

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1959 Aston Martin DB4 Series 1 LHD

In 1958 the all new Aston Martin Db4 was debuted at the London Motor show. The engine was a Tarek Marek design, a 3670CC unit with DOHC , producing 240bhp. Aston Martin employed the famous Italian coach builder Carrozzeria Touring for its Supperleggera lightweight Aluminium body construction.

2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello

The 550 Maranello marked Ferrari's return to a front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout for its 2-seater 12-cylinder model, 23 years after the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. When realised the car commended great reviews with the likes of Nikki Lauda saying “You can forget the 512. No comparison. This is the first modern Ferrari, and the first I would really want to own.”