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Lamborghini Miura

The LAMBORGHINI MIURA is a rear-engined two-seater sports car with bodywork by BERTONE


1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV

1971 (UK) Press Release:

"Lamborghini Miura P 400 SV

Lamborghini Urraco

The Lamborghini Urraco P250 was styled and designed by BERTONE.


1971 Lamborghini Urraco P250

September 1971 Press Release:


Ferrari special

Ferrari is one of the great marques and countless books have been written on the subject. I have no Ferraris in my own virtual (brochure) collection, but I hope you enjoy these photographs I have taken in the course of the years. 

Ferrari - The early years

1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta

1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta

According to this is car 0040M 1950 166 MM Touring Barchetta brought up to 195 specifications and then 212 by the factory.

250 Legacy

Successors to the 250

1963 Ferrari 330 LM/B

1963 Ferrari 330 LM/B

This model was produced parallel to the GTO but had a bigger, 4 litre engine.

Another view of the same car, getting ready for a timed run up past Goodwood House

Ferrari Mid-engined models

2001 Ferrari 360 Modena Spider

2001 Ferrari 360 Modena Spider

Photos taken at the RAI Motor Show in Amsterdam in 2001

Ferrari - Engine at the Front

1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello

Ferrari 550 Maranello

Found basking in the sunshine in the car park at Goodwood in 2003. The 550 was the successor to the F512M and was launched in 1996.


2001 Ferrari 456 GT

2001 Ferrari 456 GT

Beautiful classic lines . . .

Fiat V8 (otto vu)

The Otto Vu (Italian for V8) was available with standard factory bodywork, but famous coachbuilders such as Vignale, Zagato and Ghia also used the V8 as a basis for some exquisite masterpeices. Now very sought-after, Otto Vus can be frequently spotted at concours d'elegance shows all over the world.

Fiat V8

1954 Fiat V8

Porsche 356

These are the first series, built from 1948 to 1952 with a split windscreen and very low bumpers. These cars were built in Gmünd until 1951 when Porsche moved back to Stuttgart.

Porsche 356

1949 Porsche 356

Porsche 356

1949 Porsche 356


Porsche 356 A

1955 Porsche 356 A

1956 Porsche 356 A

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