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  • 1940 Ferrari 815 Sport HP 75 - Brumm - 1:43

    Regular Price:

    $29
    Brumm brand, 1940 Ferrari 815 Sport HP 75 in 1:43 scale. Red with black interior. Car is in excellent condition but the box is heavily damaged. The "Ferrari" 815 Sport was the first car fully designed and built by Enzo Ferrari. Built under the Auto Avio Costruzioni marque due to legal restrictions from their split with Alfa Romeo, the car ran in the 1940 Brescia Grand Prix and was succeeded by the 125 S, which was the first car to bear the Ferrari name.
  • 50 Years at Hethel

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    $20

    Lotus Cars is delighted to announce the launch of a special edition publication celebrating 50 years at their world-famous Hethel headquarters.

    Worth waiting half a century for, the souvenir magazine marks a milestone in the histories of both Lotus and Norfolk. Bringing to Hethel the prestige that Ferrari brings to Fiorano or Porsche brings to Weissach, the global icon is proud of its long-standing connection with the county and commissioned the souvenir magazine especially to celebrate this anniversary at its now iconic Norfolk home.

    If the marque’s spectacular heritage and exceptional racing record intrigues you, you will be fascinated by the in-depth look at the history of the Hethel track dating all the way back to its’ foundation as a USAAF bomber base in WWII, the packed timeline of innovations, distinctions and victories in the ceaseless pursuit of the purest driving experience and the insightful profile of legendary founder Colin Chapman. Meanwhile, the marque has always been proud of its place right at the cutting edge of engineering and you’re also invited to enjoy meeting some of the team in the pioneering Lightweight Laboratory, a behind-the-scenes look at the Hethel factory where the magic happens and the interview with the man behind the wheel, CEO Jean-Marc Gales.

    Produced in a one-time-only printing, highly limited quantities are available never to be offered again. 

  • Alfa Romeo Tipo 159 Folio

    Regular Price:

    $129

    This legendary Alfa Romeo race car began its career in 1938 as the TIPO 158. After the war it competed in a total of 35 Formula 1 events. In the hands of team drivers Juan Manual Fangio, Nina Farina, Luigi Fagioli and Felice Bonetto it won 32 out of the 35 races.

    This is a beautiful, large-format folio consisting of five limited edition black and white photograph prints 11 x 14", each one suitable for framing and includes a fact sheet printed on translucent paper.

    The photographs from which these lithographs were made were taken at the Alfa Romeo test track at Balocco and in the factory museum at Arese during the fall of 1988.

    Printed in 1990, produced by Alfa Romeo Distributors of North America. Designed by Brouws-Maron Associates. Printed by Haagen Printing.

  • Aston Martin "Capital Elegance" Poster

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    $349

    An original Aston Martin publicity image from 1964 showing the DB5 at its sophisticated, elegant best. 

    Monochrome print on 320 gsm acid free Photo Rag Pearl paper. 

    Limited Edition of 75 individually numbered and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. 

    These are straight from the Aston Martin factory and the LAST of the numbered lot. 

    Supplied unframed

  • Aston Martin "Thunder through the Woods" Poster

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    $349

    A stunning image of the iconic DB4 taken by the celebrated Louis Klemantaski. This masterpiece evoked the dawn of a new age in Aston Martin's history. 

    Monochrome print on 320 gsm acid free Photo Rag Pearl paper. 

    Limited Edition of 75 individually numbered and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. 

    These posters are straight from the Aston Martin factory and the LAST of the numbered lot. 

    Supplied unframed

  • Aston Martin Autocar Special

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    $49

    Aston Martin, Britain's most colourful sports car

    An Autocar Special

    Compiled by Peter Garnier England: I.P.C Transport Press, 1976. First Edition. 84 Pages. Magazine Style.

    Part of the series of portfolios of contemporary, Road tests, descriptions, drawings and photographs from the pages of Autocar through the years. Black & white illustrations with small color center fold.

  • Aston Martin DB2 Workshop Manual

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    $229

    Factory original David Brown Aston Martin Workshop Manual for the DB2, DB2/4 Mark I, DB2/4 Mark II, and DB Mark III. As can be seen from the pictures the cover is in good condition considering that the manual is nearly 60 years old, with minor fraying on the edges and less than expected amount of dirt and grime. Interior pages are in excellent condition and the binding is strong.

    A fantastic and fairly well preserved slice of Aston Martin history for any enthusiast.
     

  • Aston Martin DB4 & DB4GT Workshop Manual

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    $249

    Factory authorized second reprint workshop manual for Aston Martin DB4 and DB4GT.

    Softback, numbered 20-43-130 from 1967. Many illustrations, cover has some creases and one of two binding pins is missing. Inside pages show aging but are in otherwise good condition.

  • Aston Martin DB4 Magazine Ad

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    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 16" x 12"

  • Aston Martin DB4 Series Magazine Ad

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    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 16" x 12"

  • Aston Martin DB5 Magazine Ad

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    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 16" x 12"

  • Aston Martin DB5 Plaque

    Regular Price:

    $699

    Period David Brown Aston Martin DB5 shield. Available in a strictly limited quantity, these aluminum and acrylic art pieces are handcrafted by a master automotive artisan and finely polished. A built in wire allows for seamless, nearly flush, trouble-free hanging. Perfect for any DB5 owner or enthusiast's home, office or garage.

  • Aston Martin DB6 Parts Catalogue

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    $229

    Aston Martin DB6 parts catalogue issued by Parts and Service department; Aston Martin Lagonda (1975) Limited.

    Binder and contents are in good condition. Pages are heavy stock, not plastic-sleeved inserts.

  • Aston Martin DB6 Parts Manual

    Regular Price:

    $229

    Aston Martin DB6 Parts Manual in binder.

  • Aston Martin DB6 Volante Magazine Ad

    Regular Price:

    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 13.5" x 11"

  • Aston Martin DB6 Workshop Manual

    Regular Price:

    $229

    Aston Martin DB6 Workshop Manual in binder.

  • Aston Martin DBS V8 Instruction Book

    Regular Price:

    $299

    Factory issued instruction book with diagrams and service info for Aston Martin DBS V8. In excellent condition.

  • Aston Martin DBS V8 Magazine Ad

    Regular Price:

    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 16" x 12"

  • Aston Martin V8 Brochure

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    $79

    Original sales brochure for the Aston Martin V8. Item is in excellent condition.

    Dimensions approximately 12" x 8"

  • Aston Martin Virage Magazine Ad

    Regular Price:

    $49

    Reprint of vintage Aston Martin magazine advertisments.

    Blown up and framed, these images evoke the heyday of advertising and provide a window into Aston Martin's presence in yesterday's magazines.

    Dimensions 16" x 12"

  • Aston Martin Wall Plaque

    Regular Price:

    $399

    Diecast solid aluminum period David Brown Aston Martin wall plaque. These commissioned art pieces have been hand painted with automotive paint and finely polished. These can be displayed on your office wall or in the garage.

  • Best of British: Lotus - The Full and In-Depth Story

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    $25

    Thanks largely to its founder Colin Chapman, the name Lotus is synonymous with innovation. From humble beginnings in North London, Chapman and his cars went on to international acclaim via a succession of stunning road going vehicles and genius on the racing circuits of the world. In this superb programme wonderful footage of the Seven, the Elite and the Elan; the Europa, Eclat and Exige deliver a heady mix of style and performance whilst the saloon 'specials' - Cortina, Sunbeam and Carlton evoke memories of motoring thrills both on and off the track. Thanks to unprecedented access to the Lotus factory and its test track, you can also enjoy an exclusive look at the building of the new Lotus Elise II and testing with the awesome Esprit V8 and the new Elise 111S. On-board and track cams record the action. The GP era is not forgotten with Classic Team Lotus giving you a unique glimpse behind the scenes. This is the story behind the famous green and yellow ACBC badge. High quality archive and modern footage, spanning 1952 to the present day, blend with an authoritative commentary to take you through fifty years of automotive adventure and innovation. It's a worthy salute to Lotus, truly the Best of British!DVD extras include interviews with Steve Swift and Ansar Ali who shed further light on the tale of this fascinating marque. Region Code: 0 Running Time: 106 Minutes

  • Carrera 2.7 Limited Edition

    Regular Price:

    $250

    "They were fire-breathing monsters spitting fumes in their wake. The MFI system produced by Bosch had been developed by the race teams to provide ample fuel flow with smooth and quick throttle response . . . and remarkably quick throttle response was what you got. Floor it in an MFI engine and OPEC cheers.”

    Serious automotive enthusiasts consider Porsche’s Carrera 2.7 RS to be the archetypical 911… and deservedly so. The cars are light, responsive, purposeful and the type 911/83 engine delivers scintillating performance. Over the last 40 years the 2.7 RS has been covered in dozens of books and articles. Yet its successor – a car with the identical engine and similar DNA – remains either unknown or misunderstood even by long-time Porsche enthusiasts. That car is the Carrera 2.7 MFI. This book tells the complete story of these remarkable, unheralded sports cars.

    The Carrera 2.7 book has been meticulously researched using the Porsche factory archives, private collections, period documentation and intensive study. The book attempts to cover everything an owner, restorer, historian or enthusiast would want to know about this intriguing 911 variant. Content includes comprehensive discussion of original options, photos of key details, insights into factory production, competition history and a considerable amount of material never before published. Although primarily focused on the top-of-the-line mechanically-fuel injected Carrera 2.7, this book will also prove valuable to enthusiasts of any of the Porsche 911 and 930 Turbo models produced during the mid-1970s.

    Each of our copies is signed by the author, printed in English and encased in a decorative slipcase.


    * Book of the Month in April 2016 Octane

    * #1 on Total 911's "Must Read" book of 2016

    * Silver Medallion winner 25th International Automotive Media Competition

    * Nominated as "Publication by the Year" by the International Historic Motoring Awards


    406 pages, hardcover with slipcase

    684 color photos, 146 b/w photos, 50 illustrations

    Over 530 never-before-published photos

    10.6 × 12.28 inches (27.0 × 31.2 cm)

    Author: Ryan Snodgrass

    Designer: Christoph Mäder

    Published: October 2015 by Parabolica Press 

  • Chopard Mille Miglia Wall Clock

    Regular Price:

    $299

    Limited Edition Chopard Mille Miglia Wall Clock on offer. New, unused dealer showroom model in original box.


    Features silent movement, glow-in-the-dark hands, and polished stainless steel case. Swiss made quartz movement runs on one AA battery (not included). Fuel gauge sub dial is decorative.


    12" in diameter.

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