- VCCC - PREWAR CARS & Classic Historical Cars  

Edwardian (or Brass) (1905-1918) - Vintage (1919-1930) - Post Vintage Thoroughbred (1931-1945) - Post-war Classics (1945+)

Bentley LeMans No.2 Speed Six, 8cil 6.5ltr 1950

This 70 years old Bentley was build in 1950 by Bentley Motors and delivery in the 50’s by Jack Barclay in London, UK's oldest and largest Bentley dealer. The LeMans body and coachwork has been accurately restored in every detail by the famous Bentley coach builder Bob Petersen “himself” of Petersen Engineering in Devon UK in 2003, on the “original” period correct WO Bentley rolling chassis from 1950 together with a correctly modified RR1950 6.5ltr power-engine - type B81. Which give this Bentley No. 2 speed over 100miles per hour. That is off-course if you have the balls to handle it….

Price:    € 435.000,00

Sir Henry Birkin Bentley LeMans Blower 4,5 ltr, 1935

Sir Henry Birkin developed a Bentley Blower for racing in 1929, his design was refused by WO Bentley as not needed. This 84 years old Bentley is an “original” Bentley build in 1935 by Bentley Motors. The LeMans body and coachwork has been accurately restored in 2013 by the famous Bentley coach builder Bob Petersen “himself” of Petersen Engineering in Devon UK, in every detail restored period correctly on a original 1935 WO Bentley rolling chassis. Petersen fully rebuilt a 4.5 litre Bentley 'R' - Type, 6 cylinder and 'blue printed' it and modified it to drive a supercharger. Fitted with his own design of camshafts, pistons, flywheel, crankshaft and a Petersen heavy duty clutch to the Bentley BLOWER specification. Which give this Bentley speeds far over 100miles per hour. A "real"mans car, a beast...

Price:    € 465.000,00

Note; Over the next two years Bentley Motors is planning to rebuilding 12x new 1929 Blowers.                           
Over the next two years, Bentley Motors Headquartered in Crewe is going to build 12x re-creations of Sir Tim Birkin’s 4 ½ litre “Blower”. And no, they haven’t said how much each car is going to cost. But when you consider the significance of the car, and how much work Bentley is going to put into it, it’s safe to say each car is going to be a healthy seven figure sum, starting close to 2.000.000 GBP

Bentley Brooklands Birkin Superchargerd Road Racer, 400hp 1951

Petersen Bentley 6.5 litre Superchager (Blower) is an authentic recreation of the charismatic 'blowers' developed for racing in the early '30s. This 70 years old Bentley was build in 1951 by Bentley Motors.

This beautiful polished “aluminium” Brooklands Birkin body and coachwork has been rebuild, with an incredible eye for details, accurately in every detail by the man “himself” the famous UK Bentley coach builder Bob Peterson of Peterson Engineering in Devon in 2003, on a "original " 1951 WO Bentley rolling chassis, modified with a ; Rolls Royce B81 6.5 litre Blower - 8 cylinder in line, 400hp, fully rebuild and 'blue printed' to drive a supercharger. Fitted with a Petersen design of camshafts, pistons, flywheel, crankshaft and heavy duty clutch. Which give this Bentley Birkin up to 412 HP and a speed far over 125miles per hour. Only a “real” man can handle this Birkin Bentley….

Car no. 2 of only 3 build.

Price:   (high price range)

Rolls-Royce 40/50hp Phantom I Skiff, 1926

Originally ordered in 1926 by the Marquis de Pinar del Rio, a Cuban nobleman with residences in Paris, France and Havana, Cuba

Engine: RR straight 6 cylinder, 7688cc

A long-chassis model 39YC, matching numbers, Coachwork by Saoutchik and later by Robinson


Price: (€ 220.000,00 - 350.000,00)

1929, Sunbeam 16.9 / 18.2 HP

Coachwork by James Young with fabric fixed head coupe coachwork

Sunbeam made a Land Speed Record at Daytona Beach in1927 with the Sunbeam 1000 HP called Mystery or nicknamed "The Slug", the car built by the Sunbeam car company of Wolverhampton. On 29 March 1927, Henry Segrave drove the car to a new land speed record of 203.79 miles per hour (327.97 km/h), the first car to reach a speed over 200 mph (320 km/h).

Engine: updrade to 18.2 hp, straight 6 cylinder, 2180cc

Price:    € 52.000,00

Buick 116 Baquet, 1929 "Exquisite and FAST"

In 1929, Buick offered three new series, the 116, 121, and 129. These three series were named after their wheelbase measurements.
The 1929 Buicks were slight raked, all models had fuel pumps, Marvel carburetors, and Delco-Remy ignition. The Series 116 was also available has a Sport Coupe Roadster. The engine was an overhead valve six-cylinder unit that displaced 239.1 cubic-inches and produced 94 horsepower. They had a three-speed sliding gear transmission and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes.
This rare 116 Roadster is an original car that has been export to Argentina in 1929 and has never been restored over the last 50+ years.

Engine: Buick straight 6, 5400cc with matching numbers and FIA papers

Price:    € 145.000,00

American LaFrance type 10 Simplex Speedster 1915

Restoration project, a rare and unique opportunity to enter the "Prewar world"

This 1915 Simplex Racing Car consists of a 116" wheelbase with a body/chassis build by American LaFrance, Detroit. It was equipped with it's orginal 50 horsepower four cylinder engine, cast two in a block, with a T-head, two spark ignition, with Rams-Horn induction and double-chain drive.

Engine: straight 4 cylinder, 9000cc , built under licence of the original Simplex design (Simplex Motor Car Company) and in the style of the original Grand Prix Mercedes.

Photo impression: after restauration

Price:    Enguire (currently in resturation)

Jewett Paige, 1923, type 18-22

The most notable Paige produced was the 1922-1926 Daytona, a 3-seat sports roadster.

Engine: Paige, straight 6 cylinder, 4900cc

Price:    € 65.000,00

T-FORD, 1923

A automobile "ICON" the Ford Model T, in total of 15.458.781 cars where built between 1908 to 1927

In 1918, half of all cars in "the World" were a Ford Model T

Engine: straight 4 cylinder, 2900cc

Price:    € 21.000,00 (new price in 1923 $ 290,00)

Ford HOT ROD, 1937

Hi-Boy Deuce type 1932, org built & imported from the USA

Engine: Ford big block 400ci, V8, 6600 cc

Price: € 55.000,00

A very, very RARE and highly detailed „half scale“ Bugatti Type 35 showroom model car

A half scale „Bugatti Type 35“ showroom car, hand-built aluminium construction and bodywork finished in blue, chromed radiator and enamel Bugatti badge, fitted with a unbelievable detailed Ettore Bugatti engine fully handbuild, with cast alloy wheels and Michelin pneumatic tires, on removable alloy wheels. This scaled automobile is fantastically made with four-wheel brakes and elaborate suspension, leather seat, removable bonnet secure with leather straps, measuring 195cm long overall. The full history of this scaled car is a bit of a mystery.
Ettore Bugatti’s engines achieve world speed records and the Type 35 was victorious in the 1926 Grand Prix World Championship and the Targa Florio for five successive years (1925-1929). In the hands of racers throughout the world, the production Type 35 racing cars ultimately winning over 1,000 races. Moving the Bugatti name to revered public recognition.
Now his automobiles are doing it all over once again on the auction block and the baby of the fleet is carrying it beyond expectations. In the years from WW1 and WW2, Ettore Bugatti showcased world’s best practice in everything he did. Bugatti’s cars were not only for racers. They were likewise the most insanely proportioned and sumptuous for the rich and popular. The Bugatti Royale Berline de Voyager achieved a world record of $6.5 million in 1986 and another Bugatti Royale (the Kellner Coupe) surpassed that record in 1987 with a sale of $9.9 million, then incredibly held the world record cost for a car at auction from 1987 until 2010.
In the midst of this, Ettore Bugatti made the effort to style and develop a reproduction T35 child’s car for his second kid Roland who was born in 1922 and got the vehicle for his fourth birthday.
The response to the small car at the company headquarters in Molsheim was so overwhelmingly favorable that the choice was made to offer the scaled-car in a " limited edition" to the public, the Bugatti “half scaled car” debuting at the 1927 Milan Automobile Show.
Only a few are left, two are exhibited at the Cité de l'Automobile– Musée National– Collection Schlumpf in Mulhouse, France

One sold in Paris on February 10, 2017 for $99,000.


Built by the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Company (1935-1937) - (ACD factory restart in 1960)

The Auburn Speedster was an American car, manufactured by the Auburn Automobile Company of Auburn, Indiana. The Auburn 852 Speedster of 1935 was styled by designer Gordon Buehrig

This Speedster is 1 of the 10 first built in the begin of the restart period in 1960- 1965, this original rebuild is from the prewar factory car from the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Company, this one is the most orginal Auburn ever. In absoluut museum state, orginal Auburn parts, by Glenn Pray (impossible to find !!!).

Engine: Ford FE 428 cu in Police Interceptor, 7000cc

Price: above € 215.000,00


Built by the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Company (1935-1937) - (factory restart in 1960, second production year form 1968)

Fully original Glenn Pray ACD factory car, serie no. 97 (1971) of only 113 built,

Engine: Ford big block 460 cu in, V8, 7700cc

Price: € 98.500,00

The 1941 Buick Roadmaster 76s Coupe,

Engine                : 320 cu in (5.2 L) Fireball I8, 168hp
Transmission  : 3-speed sliding shift manual
Wheelbase       : 126.0 in (3,200 mm)
Length 1941    : 215.0 in (5,461 mm)
Sold                     : 3.991 units
The Roadmaster Series 70, featured a cutting-edge "torpedo" C-body. The new C-body that the 1940 Buick Roadmaster shared with the Super Series, the Cadillac Series 62, the Oldsmobile Series 90.
The new 320 cu in Fireball engine delivered 168 horsepower. With five more horsepower than a senior Packard, 15 more than any Cadillac, and 25 more than the largest Chryslers, it was the most powerful engine available that year on an American car.
Bootlegging  and  NASCAR;
To elude federal Prohibition agents, sheriffs and cops on the road, these daring “runners” needed sharp driving skills to speed and maneuver along dirt, gravel, single-lane, and occasionally, paved roads after dark and at times with their headlights turned off.
Even before Prohibition came to an end in 1933, racing these high-performance cars (Ford V8, Buick 8 and Cadillac) became a popular pastime among the “runners” in the South. They raced each other’s cars, on weekend afternoons out in the country on makeshift dirt tracks. Such were the bootlegger roots of the stock car, and what would evolve into the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, or NASCAR, in 1947.
The Bootlegging Car;
The idea was fairly simple – take a car that looked ordinary on the outside, modify the engine for greater speed, remove the floor boards, passenger and back seats to store as many cases of liquor as possible, install extra suspension springs to handle the weight, a dirt-protecting plate in front of the radiator and run the prohibited booze to customers by outsmarting or outrunning the authorities. The trunks where enormous, capable of holding 100-132 gallons of moonshine either in carefully-packed jars or gallon-size tins.
Even when purely stock, the Buick Roadmaster provided an extremely stable ride due to its torsion bar, a wanted characteristic for bootleggers navigating moonlit red-dirt switchbacks with 100 gallons of highly-flammable liquid in their trunks.

Price:    € 75.000,00

Buick Roadmaster 2 doors convertible 1948, serie 70

The 1948 Roadmaster was longer, lower, wider, and roomier than before (a Harley Earl trademark), thanks in part to a longer wheelbase. There was also a new vertical-bar grille and "Airfoil" fenders that swept back all the way to the rear fenders, which in subsequent generations became the chromed "Sweepspear".
Designer             : Harley Earl
Body style          : 2-door convertible
Engine                 : 320 cu in (5.2 L) Fireball I8
Transmission    : 2-speed Dynaflow automatic
Wheelbase         : 129.0 in (3,277 mm)
Length 1948      : 217.5 in (5,524 mm)
The Buick Roadmaster was fitted with the C-Body platform, basis for the top-of-the-line models of multiple General Motors divisions including the Oldsmobile 98 and Buick Electra, and the base model for multiple Cadillacs, including the Series 6200 Calais, the Series 6300 de Ville, the Series 6400 Eldorado, the Series 6000 Fleetwood Sixty Special and the Fleetwood Brougham.
The new 320 cu in. engine delivered 165 horsepower. With five more horsepower than a senior Packard, 15 more than any Cadillac, and 25 more than the largest Chryslers, it was the most powerful engine available that year on an American car.

Price:    € 115.000,00

1948 Chevrolet Fleetmaster 'Woodie' Station Wagon

The most expensive Chevrolet of its day.

Rarely seen in Europe, this Fleetmaster 'Woodie' Station Wagon is a factory original right-hand drive model imported to South Africa in 1948

Engine: the Fleetmaster was powered by the company's famous 6 cyl. the 216.5ci (3½-litre) 'Stovebolt' overhead-valve six

Price: above € 65.500,00

Jaguar E-TYPE, Series 3, 1974

Engine: The V12, 5300cc engine was originally developed for the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Price:    € 135.000,00

Bentley Arnage, 2006

Engine: V8 cylinder, 6750cc

One owner from new.

Price:    € 69.000,00

Porsche 911 TURBO, 2002

Engine: boxer 6 cylinder 3600cc

2 owner car, 2nd owner from 2009

Price: € 54.000,00 (trade-in of FORD GT40 optional)

Triumph TR250, 1968

Import to California 1968, Import in the Netherlands 1997

Engine: straight 6 cylinder, 2500cc

1 owner for last 23 years from 1997, till today.


Price: € 31.500,00