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JAGUAR XK 120 OTS ‘1950

This early XK 120 Open Two Seater was manufactured in Coventry in 1950. The Jaguar was brought to Finland by R. Forrström, the founder of the Finnish Jaguar club, whose company specialized in the sale and restoration of British classics. Forrström decided to completely rebuild the XK120 in the spirit of a Le Mans racer. The car was made with a 100% aluminum body. Engine was updated to similar XK -engine as the very original straight six, but with bigger bore and performance parts.

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Saab 96 ‘1973

This ‘1973 Saab 96 was sold as new to Professor Leo Aario in Tapiola on February 28, 1973. Even the original Scan car purchase receipt have been preserved, the car cost FIM 17,888 and 65 pennies with accessories. Additional equipment included, among other things, inner fenders and a locking fuel tank cap. The car was ordered in period colors with dark green fabric / leatherette upholstery and with Brilliant Gul yellow exterior color that was available only in 1973.

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JAGUAR XK 150 DHC ‘1960

XK 150 Drop Head Coupe, restored example with great and interesting history:  Manufactured in Coventry on 21/04/1960 and sold as new to USA. To Finland, Jaguar was imported by Pertti Nieminen, aka Neumann, the frontman of the Finnish rock band Dingo. The car was brought from California to Pori, Finland in 1988. From the bankruptcy estate of Neumann’s company, the car was transferred to Oy Maniklan AB, where the restoration of the Jaguar began.


The car was registered to Finland and sold on May 23, 1993 at Bukowski’s auction to car collector C.Palmberg. The restoration of the Jaguar continued at Woikoski Oy’s workshop and has been finished during current ownership of J.Kuisma.

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Packard Custom Eight ‘1948

The years 1947-1948 were a turning point for Packard: the trendy “Bathtube”, a new round design trend for luxury cars, which was pioneered by Nash and Kaiser Frazer. Packard responded to market demand with numerous 8-cylinder new models such as Standard and Deluxe. At the top of the range was the Custom Eight, which was even available as a seven-seater limousine. Packard managed to earn its bow, even President Truman traveled ostentatiously in a Custom Eight Victoria convertible.

This Packard Custom Eight Sedan was first registered in the United States in December 1948. The car has been preserved in excellent original condition. The original sand gray shade is said to have been repainted in the 1960s. The car was brought to Finland in 2012 from Worley, Florida, where its last owners were Jerry & Hazel Nebel. The car was bought from US to Finland by its current owner, A. Erämaa.

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ROVER 100 P4 ‘1961

This car is a 1961 Rover 100 P4, equipped with a four-speed manual transmission. K.Linnavuori of Karaasi, Specialized  in British cars since 1970’s, remembers seeing the car often parked in Töölö, Helsinki in the 1960s. The car ended up in Linnavuori at the end of the 1970s, and the Rover was restored for the customer. However, the customer decided to leave the restoration of the car unfinished and the car remained standing unused for a long time.

In 2001, L.Staffans bought the car as a gift for his father-in-law. The car underwent a complete engine overhaul, the gearbox was restored and the body was restored and painted. The car was completed in 2003 and the car is still owned by the same family. In 2023, the car was comprehesively serviced and refurbished in Karaasi.

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Porsche 911 GT3 RS (992) ‘2023

The 992-generation Porsche GT3 RS is the fastest and most powerful naturally aspirated Porsche 911 ever – street-legal racing car. The naturally aspirated 4-liter boxer six of the RS is still tuned from the GT3 with, among other things, tighter camshafts, and the engine produces 386 kilowatts / 525 horsepower. Top speed: 296 kilometers per hour. Acceleration to 100 in 3.2 seconds.

This car was registered to its current owner in Finland in May 2023. The car has only been driven 6000 kilometers and is in mint condition. Additional equipment in the car includes, for example, the Club Sport package, the front axle lifting system, and racing seats. 

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In 1952, the first sports car designed by Austin and Healey was presented at the London Motor Show. Donald Healey’s son Geoffrey Healey and Barrie Bilbie were especially responsible for the developing of the car. Gerry Coker helped with the design. The engine was an Austin straight four with two carburetors that pushed the sports car to a top speed of 100 mph. The car was initially named Healey Hundred, which was soon updated to Austin-Healey 100.

This ‘1954 Austin-Healey 100 has been thoroughly restored with high standards and the history of the car is known since 1950’s.

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Jaguar E-type SIII V12 Roadster ‘1973

The E-Type Series 3 was introduced in 1971. Both the body and the engine were totally new. The short wheelbase Fixed Head Coupe was dropped and the E-Type was now available only as a Open Two Seater and 2+2 Coupe. The S3 E-Type is identified from the other E-Types with the large cross-slatted front grille, extended wheelarches and wheels with low-profile tyres.

This particular car is an excellent specimen with the original V12 engine and Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The combination is both sporty and extraordinary comfortable. This car was already equipped with air conditioning and chrome wire wheels from the factory.

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Land Rover Discovery I 4.0 V8 Aut. ‘1997

After the Range Rover introduced in 1970, the next new Land Rover model was waited for no less than 19 years. In 1989, Land Rover presented the all-new Discovery at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The car designed under the code name Project Jay was designed especially for buyers who dream of a spacious family car with off-road capabilities. In 20 years, the Range Rover had taken its place as a luxury SUV, but the Discovery’s purpose was to challenge the competitive middle class of SUVs and Japanese challengers such as Toyota Land Cruiser and Mitsubishi Pajero. Land Rover succeeded in its goal and the futuristic Discovery became a classic from the moment it was born.

 This very late Series 1 Discovery has been comprensively restored during 2021 and 2022, including bodywork, new paint and interior upholstery.

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Low mileage Land Rover Defender 110 Td5 Station Wagon. Same owner in Lapland 2006-2023. Equipped from the factory for challenging conditions and adventures. Just inspected and serviced, an authentic and very original Land Rover. The car has equipped already from factory with Warn Winch, Snorkel, steering guard and Webasto fuel heater. New Toyo MT-tires in original size.

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The Audi Sport Quattro S1 Evocation respects the rally hegemony of the S1 with remarkable precision. The car is a show racer built by Riku Tahko Rally Consulting for Secto Automotive Labs.The goal was to build a racing car intended for show rally runs and Hill Climbs. Externally identic to the B-group S1 rally car, but a car which runs on modern P1 Fuels fossil-free eFuel. The five-cylinder equipped with a huge Precison turbocharger only wakes up after 5,000 rpm’s, but produces 750 horsepower at 2 bar boost pressure and around 1,000 horsepower at 3.3 bar boost pressure. 


The S1 Evocation was completed in time for the 2022 Secto Rally, where Matias Henkola opened the rally by driving it on the Harju Stage. At the same stage Hannu Mikkola drove an S1 Quattro for the fastest time in 1985.

S1 Evocation has been starred at numerous of events and was also used in Killeri stage test at the Jyväskylä winter rally. At that time, the driver was the father of recent world champion Kalle Rovanperä, the rally legend Harri Rovanperä.

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Franklin 135 Sport Sedan ‘1929

American Herbert H.Franklin founded a small pressure foundry in 1895. Franklin set up an office and a small factory in the “Lipe Shop”, in connection with C.E Lipe’s metal industry factory on Geddes Street in New York. A few years later, A.T.Brown and C.E Lipe, who developed and manufactured gearboxes, tools and machines, introduced Franklin to John Wilkinson, who developed air-cooled engines. The story of an upper-class air-cooled luxury car began. Because Franklin was air-cooled, it was attractive and popular  among famous pilots such as Charles Lindberg, Donald Douglas or Amelia Earhart.

This particular was imported to Finland from USA in 1985 by A.Åvall. Franklin was in project condition and A.Åvall refurbished the car in early 2000’s.


Avenger has a great rally heritage incl. drivers like Henri Toivonen and Colin McRae.

This GR2 ‘1974 Avenger 1.6 GT has fresh FIA HTP and since 2019 the car is fully rebuilt by Sunbeam and racing car specialists, including all the bodywork, engine and transmission.

Ready-to-rally racing car, that works simply perfectly!

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Rover P6 3500 V8 ‘1972

In mid 1950’s  Rover wanted to reach a larger target group, such as young families, with a sporty and luxurious saloon. The new project of Rover included already succeed names such as Robert Boyle, Peter Bashford and  e.g. Spencer King, later known as the father of the Range Rover. Also Peter Wilks from Wilks family that was the head of Rover of that time, was involved.

The end result was unique and successful. The Rover P6 was chosen as the first ever Car of the Year in 1964.

This Cameron Green P6 was sold as new to Netherlands and registered to Finland in 2008. Only two private owners since then.

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JAGUAR XK 120 FHC ‘1952

In 1948, at the Earls Court Motor Show in London, Jaguar presented the world’s fastest production car. The Jaguar XK 120, introduced as an open two seater, reached, as its name suggests, an unprecedented speed of 120 miles (193 kilometers) per hour.

This exact XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe was manufactured in Coventry on 22.05.1952 and was delivered as new to New York. History documented and three owners since 1967.

During current ownership, the car has been restored by workshops specializing in the restoration and repair of British classics, Triangle Motors and Grips Garage. The complete 100 % restoration has been done to Concours standard and is thoroughly documented.

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This MGA E-Roadster is a fully restored and rebuilt true classic with modern electric car technology. The car is built from a 1959 MGA Roadster.

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FERRARI DINO 208 GT4 ‘1979

The car in question is a 1979 Dino 208 GT 4, which was sold new from the Florentine Concessionaria Campagnano Automobili -Ferrari dealer on June 15, 1979. The original warranty and owner transfer sheet has been also preserved. The car has only had two owners in Italy, and the car had only been driven 52 thousand kilometers when the Finnish classic car enthusiast T.Vilagi brought the car to Finland in 2019.

Blu Sera colored Dino 208 GT 4 has been preserved in really exceptionally original condition. Both the paint and the interior are in their original and unrestored, beautifully patinated condition


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Mercedes-Benz 230 SL W113 Pagode ‘1965

The four cylinder Mercedes 190 SL, introduced in 1955 was an instant sales success, but it left a gap for a performance sports car.

In 1963, Mercedes corrected the situation and presented the W113 230SL at the Geneva Motor Show. The chassis structure was borrowed from the W111 Mercedes, shortening it by 30 centimeters. The engine and powertrain, on the other hand, was familiar from the W112-S-Mercedes, a 2.3-liter inline six engine. The hard top roof was designed for the open model by a designer named Paul Bracq. Due to the low and backward sloping roof, the car received the legendary nickname, Pagoda.

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19 700 km’s driven Range Rover suffix d ‘1975

“In the fall of 2018 I got a phone call from a couple of guys who had bought a farm house from an estate. In the yard they found several cars waiting to be restored, but the biggest surprise was waiting in the garage. A 1975 Suffix D – Range Rover had been standing there since 1977. That’s 42 years!

The car had been driven on its roof by the first owner. Then the Landlord, the owner  of the farmhouse had bought it after the crash from the insurance company. The car had only been driven 19 700 kilometers!!”

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Austin Healey BN1 100 Le Mans ‘1953

In 1953, Donald Healey and Roger Menadue decided to build a BN-1 series Austin-Healey 100 race car for that year’s Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The prototype models were followed by a highly tuned batch of 640 Austin-Healey 100 M models, and later a batch of around 500 Le Mans tuning kits offered to Healey dealers, which they fitted to the new Healey 100 BN1 and BN2 models.

This Austin-Healey 100 in question was manufactured in 1953 and was sold new in the United States. The US title from Sandwich IL, is preserved. The car was bought to Finland in project condition by Grips Garage, which specializes in the repair and restoration of British cars, in November 2014. The current owner of the car bought the car as a project and wanted Grips Garage to do a complete restoration of the car in the spirit of a Le Mans racer.

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