Rolling Sculpture? 2015 NYC by Keno Brothers


Property of the Historic Motor Car Investment Fund. Matching Numbers. Probably Origina Tool Kit. Very Rare. Special-order “Cinghiale” Interior. Superbly-preserved Paint, Considered Original, With Minimal In-painting To Front Left Fender.

The car on offer represents the most desirable Appia Zagato, the long-nose, faired-in headlight GTE. It was delivered in 1960 with white paint and licensed in California under license plate VCZ 482. It comes supplied with period correct, black, California license plates. It received an extensive mechanical and body restoration through 2006 and is presented in concours condition. This car has an Automobili Storico Italia (ASI) Targa d’Oro plate, assigned to survivor cars.
Optional Borrani Wire Wheels. Optional Power Steering. Very Rare Fitted Luggage Set. Matching Numbers. Well-Documented History. Original Factory Colors. Excellent Running Condition. Recent ‘Nut And Bolt’ Full Restoration. Includes Complete Tool Rool And Jack Bag.
It is a rare opportunity to own an ex-works’ car that was built exclusively for display and celebration. Ferrari Barchetta Pininfarina s/n 123074, is just such a car, having the honor of representing the special union between Ferrari and Pininfarina at the IAA / Frankfurt Motor Show in 2001. It has been cared for by Ferrari experts in California and has led a very charmed life. All regular service has been maintained and the car is in superb condition.
Originally delivered as a Mulliner coachbuilt four-door sedan on May 15, 1940. Upgraded To Speed 20 Engine. Converted To Hydraulic Brakes. Axle Ratio Changed To Run At Highway Speeds. Pre-War Event Eligible. Well-known Within The Alvis Club Since 50’s.
Complete cosmetic restoration in 1990, including a hand-stripped bare-metal repaint to its current Sage Green color, and a complete restoration of the leather and interior in Tan Connolly leather. Additionally, all chrome was replated to concours levels.
Matching Numbers. Original Body. Original Chassis. Only 30,015 Miles. Recent Restoration By Marque Specialist. Desirable Colors. Registered With 356 Registry.
One Of Fewer Than 200 DV-32s Produced. Original Chassis And Engine. Original Body And Interior. Technological Tour De Force In 1932. Remarkable All-original, Unrestored Survivor
Just 23,000 Miles From New. Known History From New. 80 Years In Single-family Ownership. 2012 Pebble Beach Concours, Best In Class L-1 Preservation.

Well-Documented History. Original Factory Colors. Tool Kit Included.Excellent Running Condition. Fewer Than 1,000 Km Since Restoration. Fewer Than 1,000 Km In Last Ten Years. Aluminium Alloy Body. 2009 Restoration work by Hall Fabrication and Racing, Benicia, California

Matching Numbers. Current Owner For The Past 45 Years. Certificate Of Authenticity From The BMW Factory. A Selection Of (probably) Original Tools Included. Garage-find In Largely-preserved Condition.

Only 43 Allocated To The USA. Single Ownership. Special Factory Paint. Exceptional Running Condition. This special Aventador has only 506 miles on the odometer, accumulated during the single original owner’s time with it.
Imported From Japan. Rare And Sought-after 432 Variant Restored Using Authentic And Original Parts. Upgraded Aluminum Radiator. Added Air Conditioning. Original Factory Colors. Tool Kit Included. Excellent Running Condition Cover And Feature Vehicle For JDM Magazine. First Registered In Japan In 1972. Titled In U.S. As ‘1972 Nissan Fairlady Z432’.
Original Matching Numbers. Well-documented Ownership And Service History.Original Factory Colors.Tools & Books Included. Exceptional Running Condition. Fully Restored Body, Mechanicals And Paint In 2009. Factory Air Conditioning. Borrani Wire Wheels.

2010 – 2012Complete restoration by a multiple-award-winning restoration shop in California. Iso Class, First Place – The Quail, August, 2012. First In Class – Concorso Italiano – August, 2013. Best In Show – Danville D’Elegance – September, 2013. First In Class – Carmel-by-the-Sea Concours – August, 2014.
Fewer Than 100 Miles Since Total Restoration by Classic Showcase Inc in Oceanside, California. Earliest First-gen, Outside-bonnet-latch, Welded-louver, Flat-floor Model
One Of Only 385 LHD Outside-bonnet-latch Roadsters
All Verified As Original By The Jaguar Factory Heritage Trust Certificate. Original Head, Block Is A Correct, Factory, Unstamped Replacement.

The Silver Cloud III was produced from 1963 to 1965; a total of 2,809 cars were built, but only 27 left-hand drive examples were produced to design 2007, including this car. It was purchased via J.S. Inskip, the famed Rolls-Royce and Bentley dealer in New York, and it was delivered on May 24, 1963 to its first owner: William M. Young of 1 South Heald Street, Wilmington, Delaware. The current owner acquired it from the second owner, a Mr. Spatola (USA). It was shipped to Brussels within the last ten years, and there it received a full restoration from Michel Kruch, who specializes in Rolls-Royce and Bentley. Today it is as it was delivered, with its Shell Grey exterior and Black upholstery, complete with tools and owner’s manual.
Believed To Be The 1949 Geneva Salon Show Car. Fitted With A Signature Graber Cabriolet Body. One Of About Six Graber T26 Cabriolets. Original Matching-numbers Example. Excellent Running Condition. Professionally Serviced And Maintained. Well-known Car In Talbot-Lago Circles.

Believed To Be The 1949 Geneva Salon Show Car. Fitted With A Signature Graber Cabriolet Body. One Of About Six Graber T26 Cabriolets. Original Matching-numbers Example. Excellent Running Condition. Professionally Serviced And Maintained. Well-known Car In Talbot-Lago Circles.

Sold in December, 2013 by Robert McGowan to Gooding & Company Auctions, who commissioned a body-off, concours-quality restoration by Manny Dragone, a well-known figure in classic car circles. Original Chassis, Engine And Body. Fully-documented Ownership History.
One Owner. Only 45K Miles. V12 Colombo Motor. Original Example. Ideal Four-Place Touring Ferrari.Only 505 Produced
Delivered By Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors.

This is one of about 62 – some sources claim as many as 109 – Toyota 2000GTs that were produced with left-hand drive, as indicated by “MF10L” in the serial number. With very few imported into the U.S., out of a total production of 351, they are seldom seen. It was delivered to its first owner in California where it was well maintained, but driven infrequently. It was acquired from its original owner by the Japanese electronics firm, Denon, in July, 1990 with only 3,600 miles on the odometer. Japanese DMV records indicate that it received limited use, with only a few thousand miles recorded annually. The 12,542 miles shown today are properly documented. It was repainted in 2004, and again in 2015, in the factory-correct color of Bellatrix Yellow, the rarest of the six colors offered. It is presented in as-new condition, with a mild patina on the seating.

Winner Of 1984 24 Hours Of Daytona. First Race Car By Adrian Newey. Bodied By Porsche Aerodynamicist Max Sardou. Assorted Spares, Including Light Buckets. Spare Rims And Rain Tires. Well-Documented Ownership History. Internationally-recognized Kreepy Krauly Livery. Books. Period Photos And Memorabilia. Original IMSA GT Press Kit Included.
Rubicon Grey Special Leather Interior. One Owner
Excellent Running Condition. Euro-style Front And Rear Bumpers. All Books And Literature Included. One Of 345 Equipped With Larger K-24 Turbos. This 993 Turbo S was purchased new from Brumos Porsche, as a birthday present for its first and only owner to date. It has been housed in his collection and beside several other exclusive automobiles since, and driven only occasionally during the Spring and Summer seasons for exercise.