Going in to the 2019 we look back at some of the top cars seen at The Classic Motor Hub. Lots of these cars came as guests to one of our Coffee and Classics whilst others we handled for sale and were able to find new homes thanks to our superb sales team. We look forward to welcoming you on New Year’s day and other events starting in April, and hope that next year we can put together an even more exciting list!
1958 Ferrari 166 MM
Bernard is a regular at our Coffee and Classics, often spoiling us by bringing his 166MM which he has owned since the 60s. This is a very special car, make sure you have a good look around it next time you get the chance!
1955 Jaguar D-Type
For our Jaguar Coffee and Classics in mid-September Nick Mason very kindly lent us his D-Type to display on our gravel platform. Despite there being some other very special Jaguars on display, including three Project 7s, this highly original D-Type undoubtedly stole the show.
2014 Koenigsegg Agera R
The Classic Motor Hub has also welcomes modern performance machines, particularly if you fancy bringing a 21st century hypercar! For our Summer BBQ in July we welcomed an astonishing Koenigsegg Agera R.
1955 Aston Martin DB3S
For our Aston Martin day in March 1 of just 11 Aston Martin DB3/S was on display for all to enjoy. Unfortunately pictures just do not do the lines of this car justice so if you missed this time, make sure you look out for it at a future historic racing event.
1968 Fiat Dino
On one of the hottest days of the year this classic Fiat Dino looked like the perfect car to enjoy the August sunshine. Parked in front of Dexter’s coffee van, this gorgeous little Fiat was admired by many.
1987 Lamborghini Countach
For our final Coffee and Classics of 2018 this well-known Lamborghini Countach was proudly displayed on the podium gravel. Any Lamborghini, let alone a bright red Countach is bound to turn heads and we look forward to welcoming this car back next year.
BMW 3.0 CSLs
It is rare to see one BMW 3.0 CSL but at our September C&C we welcomed 4 highly-original and very sought-after cars lined up on our gravel. The details on these cars were absolutely delightful and so deserve another photo opportunity to really show them off.
1992 Ferrari F40
One of the many special cars we have handled at the Classic Motor Hub this year was this 1992 Ferrari F40. No one can argue that the F40 is one of the greatest cars ever made and so it was a delight to have this particular example inside the hangar showroom.
1968 Lamborghini Miura
This Lamborgreeni Miura didn’t last long at the Hub. Such an iconic car was always going to generate a lot of interest and the phones didn’t stop ringing. The first mid-engined supercar from the brand that kept Ferrari honest was a delight to have in stock and we look forward to having another one in at some point.
1960 Maserati 3500
This Maserati 3500 GT was another car that didn’t stay for long. This 3500GT was in perfect mechanical condition but the body was completely unmolested in perfect preservation condition – some say the ideal combination.
1968 Jensen FF
Another very popular car this year was this 1968 Jensen FF. The FF was the first production car with four-wheel drive and this highly-original example drove exceptionally well. As such it didn’t stick around long before finding a new owner.