To herald in the year of the Monkey, and celebrate the Chinese New Year. I thought we should share our 8 favourite classics currently in the DD Classics London showroom!
This visually striking vehicle is stylish, elegant and distinctive. When driving this car in the sunlight the metallic yellow ochre paint really makes you stand out. The Montreal is a fine and extremely rare right hand drive example was registered in 1975 and the care taken in its maintenance is reflected in its attractive appearance, as well as its exemplary road manners. A substantial history file documents expenditure in recent years.
Recently at the London showroom of DD Classics we have taken delivery of an exceptionally exclusive 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS. At the time of its launch, it was thought by many to be the best handling Ferrari ever manufactured. It is widely accepted that this fact remains true today.
Produced in tiny numbers during a production span of less than 9 years, ending in 1993, here is a truly exclusive supercar for the connoisseur. Stepping inside the vehicle, it feels as though you are entering a fighter jet as opposed to a car!
This extremely rare and exceptionally original Mercedes-Benz 300SE convertible is one of the very last of this flagship model built, as the 300 SE was discontinued in late 1967.
Without modification from factory specification, here is one of the finest Porsche 356 Cabriolets it has been our pleasure to bring to the market.
An extraordinary example restored to an astonishingly high standard with simply jaw-dropping attention to detail. This is perhaps the finest Porsche 912 available for sale anywhere in the world today with its contrasting red leather interior.
Of the 107 Drophead Coupe Adaptations built to style number 7504 by H.J. Mulliner, chassis number SXC465 is the only one known to have been built with London coachbuilder, Harold Radford’s special Countryman Touring accoutrements, more often fitted to four door cars and the occasional custom-built shooting brake.
Finished in a stunning colour combination of Peacock Blue metallic with a Champagne roof and a two tone champagne and blue-grey leather interior. Sitting on wide chrome wire Borranis the car is ready to be used and will surely be welcomed at all the most interesting Concours de Elegance and Road rallies in Europe.
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