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1975 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale

Introduced back in 1973, the Lancia Stratos was one of the most successful World Rally Championship cars of all time. This rare production Stradale version (one of just 492 examples built) benefited from a recent restoration to concours standards, being treated to a cosmetic refurbishment including a quality refinish in blue and re-appointment of the interior. Work done is said to have cost in excess of $60,000, and with a modest 29,800 kilometers (18,517 miles) currently on the odometer, this is one of the most finely presented examples to be offered in some time.



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BMW 3.0 CLS HOMMAGE R

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