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First registration: 23.03.2000
Chassis no.: WBAEJ11070AF77125
Colour: black
Interior: black leather
Mileage: approx. 158,000 km

Model History

The BMW Z8 (internal model E52) was produced from March 2000 to July 2003.

The design – with its wide BMW kidney and side air intakes – is based on the BMW 507 produced from 1956 to 1959. The prototype, drawn by Henrik Fisker under Adrian van Hooydonk, was presented at the 1997 Motor Show in Tokyo under the designation “BMW Z07”. The production version was presented at the IAA in 1999 and built from March 2000. In the limited series, only 5.703 examples of the vehicle were produced.

The body consists of a self-supporting aluminum frame (spaceframe) with screwed-on cladding parts. The front and rear bumpers as well as the rocker panels are made of elastically deformable polyurethane.

The rear lights were designed innovatively in neon technology (the only vehicle in the world with this technology). The soft top is servo-assisted and a hardtop is supplied for the winter. The interior was always finished in leather.
The technology is based on the sedan M5 (E39S). The engine is a V8 with 5.0L cubic capacity and 294 KW at 6600 rpm. This allows for superior driving performance. Acceleration 4.7 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, top speed is limited at 250 km/h. The power transmission is a 6-speed manual gearbox.

The vehicle comes with full equipment. Amongst others, it includes the following features:
Airbags, an alarm system, ABS, cruise control, air conditioning, electrical steering column longitudinal adjustment, full leather interior, radio, telephone with hands-free system, navigation, hardtop & hardtop stand, alloy wheels, headlight washer system, xenon lights and headlight range adjustment.

Vehicle History

The vehicle on offer in the rare black/black color combination (number 667) was owned by Bayrische Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft from March 2000 to June 2001. The car then moved to a new owner, who kept it in his possession until December 2022. A major customer service was recently carried out with various tasks. The vehicle was partially painted. The hardtop with roll stand, tarpaulin with bag, three vehicle keys and a tool roll are supplied as accessories.

Price € 185,000 gross (VAT can be shown)

Triumph GT6 MK III
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Triumph GT6 MK III

First registration: 27.03.1972
FIN: KF10795LO
Engine number: 218 225
Color: Dark blue
Interior: black leather

Model History

The Triumph GT was built in various series from 1966 to 1973 and was equipped with a 2 liter 6 cylinder engine. The elegant and lightweight coupé was designed by Giovanni Michelotti. The MK III was a further development and model upgrade from the first two series and is therefore the “better choice”.

Vehicle History

From 1991 to 2017 – around 26 years – the car was in last ownership. Extensive repair and restoration work was carried out during this time. The car is left-hand drive, has a German vehicle registration document and was fitted with an overdrive and Revolution 6×14 aluminum rims with 185/60 14 tires. A stainless steel exhaust system ensures a good sound. The interior features leather seats and a leather steering wheel. A radio is fitted in a retrofitted console, along with Blaupunkt loudspeakers and an electr. antenna. The tasteful color combination in dark blue with a black interior gives the classic sports coupé a sophisticated look.

Since 2017, the car has been technically and visually revised and optimized at great expense.


The small, exclusive coupé impresses with its successful design and sporty chassis. The elegant color combination gives the “poor man’s Jaguar E-Type” a special grace. A great deal has been invested in the English sports car in recent years – the perfect vehicle for the start of the upcoming classic car rally season.

Price € 39,000

BMW 502 – 3200 V8 S
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BMW 3200 V8 S “Barockengel”

First registration: 1964, Vienna (Austria)
Chassis no: 73 815
Output: 160 hp
Colour: blue metallic
Interior: blue with brown seams

Vehicle History
Perfect condition with a complete history!
This BMW 3200 V8 S is the engine variant with 160 hp and was the fastest series-produced saloon in Germany at the time, with a top speed of 190 km/h according to the factory.
Only 834 of these cars were built.

The chassis number is 73815. The last chassis number of the legendary 502 Barockengel was no. 73863.
Only this last series of the BMW 502 has the 160 hp engine, front disc brakes and a gearstick. Servo-assisted steering was retrofitted.

It was first registered in Vienna in 1964 and rightly deserves to be called a “luxury limousine”. The interior is finished in blue leather with brown seams. The fully functional and recently overhauled Becker-Mexico tube radio features automatic station scanning. The wooden panelling was also carefully restored.
The handover documents were signed by Wolfgang Denzel in Vienna and are available. In addition, the original vehicle registration certificate and an original prospectus for the vehicle are also available.

The light alloy V8 engine has extraordinary momentum. During an engine overhaul, the main and connecting rod bearings were replaced. The sealing of the crankshaft was converted to shaft sealing rings. The vehicle is rust-free and has new tyres.

The car is registered and can be test driven by arrangement.
An appraisal report (1-) is available.

Vehicle price on request
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Sold according to § 25 UStG. No VAT statement is possible.

BMW 503 Coupé
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BMW 503 Coupé Serie II

Year of manufacture: 1958

First registration: 01.07.1958

Chassis no°: 69 272

Engine no°: 30 376

Color: white

Interior: Leather black-white

from 4th owner!

Only 1 of 134 BMW 503 Coupé series II !

Model History
The BMW 503 is a two-door coupé or convertible based on the BMW 501/502 luxury-class saloon of the time, featuring a more powerful version of the V8 engine.
The aluminium body, originally designed by Albrecht Graf von Goertz, was manufactured by the Baur company (Stuttgart) and built on a sturdy tubular steel frame.
Between 1956 and 1960, 412 vehicles were built in two series – 273 coupés and 139 cabriolets.


Serie I

Serie II


* Right-hand drive

The Series I and II vehicles differed in the transmission, the automated window technology and soft-top mechanism, and optical details such as the trims and ashtrays.
Thus, the steering wheel gearstick used in the 1st series was replaced by a gearstick in the 2nd series.
The hydraulic window regulators became electric (the soft top mechanism remained hydraulic). The trims at the rear were first curved upwards, but in the 2nd series, they were straight. The ashtray was next to the radio speaker on top of the dashboard instead of underneath it.

The vehicles were popular in their day among celebrities from industry and film.
For a long time, the 503 was overshadowed by the legendary, sporty Type 507 – but its charm has become increasingly appreciated by collectors.

Vehicle History
This BMW 503 Coupé Series II was initially exported to Switzerland and sold to the second owner (Germany) around 1980 due to old age. In 2001 the 3rd owner took over the car – in 2013, this 503 was sold to the current (4th) owner.

In the past few years, the car has been extensively overhauled technically by Feierabend GmbH in Würzburg – this included a complete overhaul of the original engine and servicing of the chassis and brake system with new parts.
The original leather of the interior has been re-upholstered and has a beautiful patina. The carpets and headlining were also renewed at the same time.
The exterior paintwork has been touched up and has a certain patina, which suits the overall aesthetic/appearance well.
In addition to the optional Zimber sports steering wheel, the car was equipped with central locking wheels, which were also used on the BMW 507.

This 503 Coupé of the 2nd Series is fast and reliable, perfect for longer journeys, but equally suitable for sporty drivers.
The technical condition of the vehicle is good, and in the past years – to the delight of the previous owner – it has been running very well. 
Various original documents – such as the original Swiss vehicle registration document, service and maintenance invoices, and lists of the work carried out by Feierabend GmbH – are available.

The toolbox/the onboard tools are complete.

Vehicle price on request
The sale takes place by § 25 UStG. No VAT statement is possible.


BMW 327 Cabrio
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BMW 327 Cabriolet

Year of manufacture: 1938
First registration: 01.07.1938
Engine-no: 79 XXX
Colour: bicolour red
Interior: Leather red
Mileage: 15,438 km (read off)

Model History
Between 1937 and 1941, a total of 1.224 BMW 327 Cabrio vehicles were built.
The 2-litre engine with 55 hp provided the car with impressive driving performance and allows the car to keep up well in traffic even today.
The BMW 327 is an ideal touring car and, thanks to its reliability, equally suitable for long journeys.

Vehicle History
A few years ago, this vehicle was extensively restored by a specialist workshop for the late father of the current owner, which is documented through invoices. invoices.
At the moment, the engine is removed, disassembled and ready to be ” rebuilt “.
The car is being offered for sale as is. The completion can be carried out by the buyer independently or, if preferred, separately by Feierabend GmbH. Feierabend GmbH beauftragen.
Photo documentation (on paper) of the previous restoration is available, as well as operating instructions and various other documents. Original papers.

Price and further information on request.
Sale takes place by § 25 USt.G (no VAT statement possible).

Mercedes Benz Ponton 180b
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Mercedes Benz “Ponton” W120 180b

Year of manufacture: 1961
First registration: 10.05.1961 , Germany
Chassis-no: 120 010-10-026030
Engine no: 121 923-10-026356
Colour: graphite grey
Interior: grey, fabric

Model history
In 1953, the W120 model series with the Type 180 was introduced to the public, which was the first self-supporting body from Mercedes. It was the successor to the pre-war W136 (170) series. The series was nicknamed Ponton due to the then-new shape reminiscent of a pontoon, which for the first time did not include mudguards and headlights in the bodywork and also no longer featured running boards. Until 1962, the Ponton series was in production in many different versions and shaped the image of Mercedes Benz in the 1950s and early 1960s.

Especially as taxis (diesel), the Pontons were very popular for a long time.

Vehicle History
This vehicle was delivered on 04.05.1961 and first registered on 10.05.1961. Until its decommissioning in July 1978, three owners from the same family were listed in the German vehicle registration document (Pappbrief).
The last owner acquired the vehicle from the son of the first owner in 2005, since then the vehicle has not been driven.
The car is in a mostly original condition with the original engine and a mileage reading of 5,263 km, which probably corresponds to 105,263 km.
The paintwork is largely original and the interior is in its original condition. Chrome parts such as the bumper were partially renewed.

A unique accessory is the original luggage set, which provides optimal use of the spacious luggage compartment.
The vehicle comes with various documents such as a German registration certificate, a customer service booklet, etc.

Within the course of customer service, the brakes were overhauled (new wheel brake cylinders, brake pads, brake hoses, and partially new brake lines), new tyres were fitted, an electric fuel pump was installed, the carburettor was cleaned and the engine was readjusted.

Vehicle price on request
Sale takes place in accordance with § 25 UStG no VAT statement possible.

Porsche 911 S
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Porsche 911 S

Model year: 1969 (long wheelbase)
First registration: 01.07.1969
Chassis no.: 119301173
Engine no.: 901/10 25863
Colour: burgundy red
Interior: black
Power: 125 KW
Mileage: 15.500 km (read off the speedometer)


Model History
Introduced at the 1963 IAA, the first 911 version to go into production in September 1964 was the so-called Urmodell (original model) with a 130 hp, 2-litre, six-cylinder boxer engine. Meanwhile, the previous four-cylinder remained in production, and these vehicles were sold as Porsche 912. Unlike the Porsche 356, which was based on the VW Beetle in terms of body and chassis, the 911 and 912 had a self-supporting body and wheel suspensions with triangular wishbones and damper struts at the front and angular control arms at the rear, as well as rack-and-pinion steering.
In the summer of 1966 (the model year 1967), the more powerful 911 S with the same displacement was introduced. The higher-compression engine of this sportier version produced 118 kW (160 hp) and it was more extensively equipped than the previous model. Simultaneously, the Targa was added in addition to the Coupé.
The basic 911 model with the 130 hp engine was given the designation 911 L (Luxury) in the 1968 model year; at the same time, the 911 T (Touring) with a 110 hp six-cylinder boxer engine and four-speed transmission (otherwise five-speed) was offered as a relatively inexpensive model. From 1969, the 911 L with its carburettor engine was replaced by the 911 E with 140 hp (103 kW) output and mechanical intake manifold injection, which Porsche also used from then on in the 170 hp (125 kW) 911 S. By increasing the engine capacity, the engine power of the individual models continued to improve in the following years. Besides their engine power, the T, E and S models also differed in terms of interior and accessories.

In addition to the improved interior, the S model was the first 911 to receive the “Fuchs” rims with their signature 5-spoke design.
The built number of the 2-litre version was 1,492 ( according to the supplier).

Vehicle History
This vehicle is an original 911 S from 1969.
Originally built for the US market, this car was re-imported as a restoration object by a Porsche collector in the early 1990s and then extensively restored under the collector’s direction.
The bodywork, which was carried out in a renowned German workshop specialising in Porsche 356 and 911, is documented photographically. Documentation of the carried-out restoration work and servicing is present.
he current owner has had further servicing, maintenance and optimisation work carried out.
Since the restoration, the car has been driven around about 15,000 km and has always been very well maintained.
A recent check-up with a technical inspection was carried out. Service carried out. Today’s light patina fits in very well with the overall appearance of the car, which drives well and fast – and is ready for the road straight away. The vehicle has a German registration.

Price on request.
The sale takes place by § 25 UStG (no VAT statement possible).

BMW 328 Roadster
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Model history
BMW 328 is considered one of the best sports cars of its time and still convinces today with modern driving characteristics and performance data. The car, which was only produced 464 times from the mid-1930s, was extremely successful in motorsport before and after the war. In addition to the factory roadster, racing models with lightweight aerodynamic bodies as well as special models with luxurious convertible bodies were produced by well-known bodywork companies, all based on the lightweight tubular frame. Alongside the BMW 507 and the BMW M1, the BMW 328 is one of the most sought-after BMW models and one of the most remarkable car models of all time.

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Our unpublished collection of exclusive and interesting classic cars is constantly changing. We have established an international network of experts, collectors and fellow enthusiasts that has grown over the decades. We are happy to put our network at your service. More information on request.

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BMW 503 Coupé
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BMW 503 Coupé

Year of manufacture: 1957
First registration: 16.05.1957 Lisbon, Portugal
Chassis no.: 69 129
Engine No.: 31 531 (BMW 3200 CS)
Colour: blue metallic
Interior: red

Model history:
The BMW 503 is a two-door coupé or convertible based on the BMW 501/502 luxury-class saloon of the time, featuring a more powerful version of its V8 engine.
The aluminium body, designed by Albrecht Graf von Goertz, was manufactured by the German company Baur and is built on a sturdy tubular steel frame.
Between 1956 and 1960, 412 cars were built in 2 model series, of which 139 were cabriolets and 273 coupés.
The cars were very popular amongst celebrities in industry and film in their day.
For a long time, the 503 was overshadowed by the legendary and sportier Type 507, but its charm is now increasingly appreciated by collectors.

Vehicle history:
This 503 Coupé from the first series was built in May 1957 and delivered to BMW importer Russo & Irmao in Lisbon in the same month.
After several changes of ownership in Portugal, the vehicle was sold to Belgium in 1990 and then to its last previous owner in Düsseldorf in 1994.
The car’s original colour was graphite, and the red leather of the interior corresponds to the recommended variant at the time and is probably still the original from 1957.
The installed engine comes from the later BMW 3200 CS and is the most powerful and improved version with a sensational 160 hp. The engine is running, but the car is currently not road ready.
In many parts complete, this vehicle is a good restoration object.

Vehicle price: € 134.000,-
The sale takes place following § 25 UStG, no VAT statement is possible.

BMW 328 – SOLD
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BMW 328 Roadster

Year of construction:
85 XXX
Leder schwarz

Model history
The BMW 328 is considered one of the best sports cars of its time and still impresses today with its modern driving characteristics and performance data. The car, which was produced in 464 units, was extremely successful in motorsport before and after the war. In addition to the factory roadster, racing models with aerodynamic lightweight bodies as well as special models with luxurious convertible bodies were produced by renowned coachbuilders based on the lightweight tubular frame. Alongside the BMW 507 and the BMW M1, the BMW 328 is considered one of the most sought-after BMW models and is one of the most remarkable car models of all time.

Vehicle history
This car was delivered to Breslau in 1940. In 1972, a previous owner from Munich acquired the car from Sweden and had it completely restored. During this work, the car was fitted with a more powerful Bristol engine. The conversion to the more powerful engine meant that the car now had approx. 85 hp. In addition, the original gearbox with the original bell, which is included in the sales price, was replaced by a Mercedes Benz W111 gearbox. The present owner acquired the car in 1981 with a mileage of approx. 15,000 km and has had regular service and maintenance work carried out since then. The car has given the present owner much pleasure.
From the years 1981 to 1995 this car participated successfully in various races/rallies, among others in Germany at the Nürburgring, the Klausenrennen and the Große Alpenfahrt of the DAVC (several times), as well as in Italy at the Mille Miglia 1991 and 1992 (here a very good placing in the overall standings was achieved) and the Gran Premio Nuvolari (Sicily). The last time this BMW 328 was used was in 2019.

Vehicle price and further information on request.
Sold following § 25 UStG, no VAT statement possible.
(All information comes from the previous owner and is subject to errors and omissions).

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