5 collector cars to put in your garage this week
A project for cold days
Are you looking for a challenging task to tackle this winter — and maybe even the one after that? How about this dusty, but wonderfully unabridged, Bizzarrini 5300 Strada from the USA? Its mileage of barely more than 14,000 kilometres should cause quite a stir among collectors of the brand.
A cappuccino to go
For those who want the look of a classic Landy but not the feeling of driving a tractor that one instils, this 2013 Land Rover Defender 90 with a heritage look could be the perfect solution. The cappuccino-coloured paint is not only reminiscent of the early Terrain models, but it also goes well with its chocolate brown Italian leather interior.
Miami Vice meets Magnum
White Ferraris are once again socially acceptable — especially if they’re anything like this 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS, which is still wearing its original paint, has only 40,000 kilometres on the odometer, and comes with Classiche certification. It’s straight from the eighties — can’t you just picture Hawaiian shirt wearing Tom Selleck and pastel colour dandy Don Johnson sat in the front of this white wonder?
The ultimate Cobra
You’re not able to find a Shelby Cobra in its original condition every day. This 1964 Cobra Mark II, chassis number CSX2289, is not only in its original street configuration, but it also served as a press test car for Shelby American, during which it adorned numerous magazines’ front pages. A wonderful piece of automotive history!
An old acquaintance
We spent the summer in the Alps with this Singer, and now, the Midnight Blue Porsche 964, with its Oxblood interior, impressive 4.0-liter engine, and just 5,050 driven miles, is available for sale. Who knows why its owner would sell it now — maybe he’s creating space in his garage for the latest masterpiece from Singerr?