Aston Martin Valkyrie Revealed

This is the future.

It’s a new road-legal sports car designed by Red Bull and Aston Martin called the Valkyrie.

Until now we have only seem a clay-model of the Valkyrie and this is a first look at what the production car will be.

Matt Hill, Aston Martin Creative Director of Interiors said of the Aston Martin Valkyrie’s cockpit design: “It’s been a tremendous challenge to make the interior packaging work. We’ve embraced Red Bull Racing’s Formula One ethos and approached from a different angle than conventional road car design. In this instance, we’ve started from a position where you think something is impossible and work at it until you find a way to make it work. We’ve been fighting for millimetres everywhere, but the battle has been worth it, as it’s been fantastic seeing customers try the interior buck for size. They love the ritual of getting in and how it feels to be sat behind the wheel. They’re also genuinely surprised at how the car just seems to swallow them. You really do have to sit in it to believe there is genuine space for two large adults.”

Sold: 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite.

-Recently restored to original specification and in striking Old English White over red interior.
-Rebuilt and original 950 engine in STD bore
-Extensive list of receipts documenting the entire restoration
-New suspension, new brakes, new interior, new paint, new chrome, new front window, new weather equipment, new tires, new fuel pump
-rare to find these in original specification, unmodified from new.

Aston DBR1 to sell in Monterey

Recently RMSotheby’s announced the most expensive and desirable Aston for their Monterey sale: DBR1/1.

Driven by Stirling Moss, Jack Fairman & David Brown, this car took the overall victory at the 1959 1000km Nürburgring.

While this car has been offered to the public market before, this will be the first auction for a DBR1, so the results will set a precedent.

Infact, if this car sells it should be the most expensive British car to sell at public auction.

RMSotheby’s will sell DBR1/1 at their annual auction in Monterey held 18-19 August.

Sold: 1966 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2

-Desirable 4.2 Series 1 E-Type with 4-Speed Manual
-Well maintained with receipts for suspension, engine brakes and electrical work.
-Exhibits 82,950 miles.
-Preservation Class E-Type
-Never fully restored or disassembled.
-Offered from 30 years of continuous ownership and dry storage.
-Matching numbers engine and picture frame
-Factory original red interior with new leather seat inserts.
-Fully licensed and and driveable in Victoria, BC CANADA.
-Outer panels Repainted in Silver
-Major work since 2003: Fitted aluminum Radiator and electric fan, complete overhaul by David Saville Peck, new Fuel Pump.

For Sale: 1936 Alvis Firebird Sports Saloon

-Ready to drive and enjoy
-Easy to drive all-synchromesh gearbox and high-torque engine
-Coachbuilt aluminum body.
-detailed veneer woodwork throughout.
-Car shows signs of a high-end restoration
-Purchased from Red Triangle in Warwickshire
-original sunscreen and pop-out front windshield.
-Comes with original fitted tools
-Registered in Alberta

Price is $28,000 USD call Richard Owen 250-891-7475