Soft top - Power

Soft top - Power
Porsche 911 Carerra 4s 911 Carrera 4S with low ownership and comprehensive service history comes with hard top. Awesome, head turning and very collectable our 996 C4S is a joy. The 996s were a complete redesign of the 911 philosophy and majored on being easier live with, yet still keeping the 911's head turning magic. The 996 is a practical, everyday supercar, but the Cabriolet is not to be missed if you like open air driving and who doesn't £26,995
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 70,000 Miles
  • Sports, Convertible
  • 2004
  • 15 city/25 Mway

911 Carrera 4S with low ownership and comprehensive service history comes with hard top. Awesome, head turning and very collectable our 996 C4S is a joy. The 996s were a complete redesign of the 911 philosophy and majored on being easier live with, yet still keeping the 911’s head turning magic. The 996 is a practical, everyday supercar, but the Cabriolet is not to be missed if you like open air driving and who doesn’t

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Jaguar XKR (4.2) Super Charged Convertible Super car performance from this super cat The XKR with purposeful mesh grille and bonnet slats a la E-Type delivers 400 BHP effortlessly from its 4.2 supercharged power unit  Performance figures were electrifying: 0-60 at about just 5.1 seconds not far off many super cars at five times the price. The  XK8 is a pretty car roof up or down; it has E-Type DNA in the bulging taper of the bonnet and the oval grille, flowing back to a low tapered roofline and squat road stance. We know this XKR having sold it to the last owner who has only covered about 3000 miles in the last 4 to 5 years.  The private plate is included. Service  history 9241 20202 31236 41414 48298 59316 62257 70437 73081 74847 – this being July 2018 £16,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 75,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 2004

Super car performance from this super cat The XKR with purposeful mesh grille and bonnet slats a la E-Type delivers 400 BHP effortlessly from its 4.2 supercharged power unit  Performance figures were electrifying: 0-60 at about just 5.1 seconds not far off many super cars at five times the price. The  XK8 is a pretty car roof up or down; it has E-Type DNA in the bulging taper of the bonnet and the oval grille, flowing back to a low tapered roofline and squat road stance. We know this XKR having sold it to the last owner who has only covered about 3000 miles in the last 4 to 5 years.  The private plate is included. Service  history 9241 20202 31236 41414 48298 59316 62257 70437 73081 74847 – this being July 2018

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Mercedes E220 Cabriolet – 4 seater Classic Mercedes – Beauty personified The car is based on the indestructable Mercedes-Benz W124 and as well have now iconic beauty is both entertaining and enjoyable drive, The styling is a masterclass, overseen by Brunco Sacco’s design team, and the shorter wheelbase (down 4in from the saloon), the CE was extremely roomy inside for such a pretty car, and was easily capable of accommodating four adults on long trips – at high speeds. The Cabriolet was a relatively late addition to the range, being launched in 1991, initially in 300CE-24 form. A little more than a year later, the models were realigned as part of the minor facelift to become the E-Class, becoming the E320 and E220 in 1993. It was the the most expensive model in the four-seat open-top class, with the Saab 900 and Audi Cabriolet gaining more sales on the back of their lower prices – but today, this is reflected in much higher values for the Mercedes-Benz. The super-desirable Cabriolet is much sought after, and are attracting serious values today. This car has been fitted with a Tracker   Service History 14,316 miles 17,761 miles 26,884 miles 29,016 miles 36,048 miles 38,816 miles 44,910 miles 49,893 […] £11,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 119,000 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1994

Classic Mercedes – Beauty personified The car is based on the indestructable Mercedes-Benz W124 and as well have now iconic beauty is both entertaining and enjoyable drive, The styling is a masterclass, overseen by Brunco Sacco’s design team, and the shorter wheelbase (down 4in from the saloon), the CE was extremely roomy inside for such a pretty car, and was easily capable of accommodating four adults on long trips – at high speeds. The Cabriolet was a relatively late addition to the range, being launched in 1991, initially in 300CE-24 form. A little more than a year later, the models were realigned as part of the minor facelift to become the E-Class, becoming the E320 and E220 in 1993. It was the the most expensive model in the four-seat open-top class, with the Saab 900 and Audi Cabriolet gaining more sales on the back of their lower prices – but today, this is reflected in much higher values for the Mercedes-Benz. The super-desirable Cabriolet is much sought after, and are attracting serious values today. This car has been fitted with a Tracker   Service History 14,316 miles 17,761 miles 26,884 miles 29,016 miles 36,048 miles 38,816 miles 44,910 miles 49,893 […]

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Mercedes SL320 Iconic Mercedes SL 320 – with hard top This model Mercedes-Benz SL was a revolution for Mercedes  Out was 1970s styling of its predecessor, it in was new fresh look overseen by Bruno Sacco. It was such a successful styling job, that the R129 remained in production for more than a decade, and still looks fresh today. But the SL’s beauty was more than skin deep – it became packed with technology. Alongside the power-operated roof, it featured and dual-range four-speed automatic gearbox. Also passive safety moved to another level, thanks to a pop-up roll-over bar, that reacted within milliseconds of an impending roll-over, and a profusion of airbags and traction/stability systems.. Unlike earlier SLs, these have the performance that makes them considered proper sports cars. Service history 10651 miles 20614 miles 42787 miles 56932 miles 62422 miles 65720 miles 67678 miles 71249 miles 75015 miles 78019 miles 78047 miles 83037 miles 87537 miles – New Battery, Speakers and indicator £9,995
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 87,500 Miles
  • Convertible
  • 1998

Iconic Mercedes SL 320 – with hard top This model Mercedes-Benz SL was a revolution for Mercedes  Out was 1970s styling of its predecessor, it in was new fresh look overseen by Bruno Sacco. It was such a successful styling job, that the R129 remained in production for more than a decade, and still looks fresh today. But the SL’s beauty was more than skin deep – it became packed with technology. Alongside the power-operated roof, it featured and dual-range four-speed automatic gearbox. Also passive safety moved to another level, thanks to a pop-up roll-over bar, that reacted within milliseconds of an impending roll-over, and a profusion of airbags and traction/stability systems.. Unlike earlier SLs, these have the performance that makes them considered proper sports cars. Service history 10651 miles 20614 miles 42787 miles 56932 miles 62422 miles 65720 miles 67678 miles 71249 miles 75015 miles 78019 miles 78047 miles 83037 miles 87537 miles – New Battery, Speakers and indicator

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