AUTODROME PARIS 

 

ART CLASSIC CARS


Rare Classic Automobiles - Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani, Maserati, Aston Martin

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PAGANI Huayra ClubSport version - Full visible carbon bodywork, special visible carbon cockpit, upgraded 2015 - very low mileage, as-new.

The Huayra is sold-out, not available anymore from the constructor

 

Available immediately

 

Please call for more information. Price upon request


 

A Lamborghini 350 GT by Touring sold for 935,000 $ at RM Sotheby's auction in Monterey this week-end.

 

 

With a value in the same range as the Miura and LP400 Periscopic, the 350 GT is now recognized as one of the most important Classic Lamborghini

Much rarer than the 400 GT, more beautiful (all bodywork parts are different between a 350 and 400 GT), lighter thanks to its aluminum Touring bodywork,

the 350 GT with its distinctive oval headlights has now a market value aproximately double of the 400 GT : a 400 GT sold at the same auction for 475,000 $.

This is absolutely logical since the first model in History of such a manufacturer as important as Lamborghini is a "holly Graal" for serious Collectors.

Autodrome owns one of the oldest 350 GT in existence, the 1964 Paris Motor show car, of course with very high Historic importance ; price on request - please see below.

 


 

 

(archive picture, the car here above, property of Autodrome has already been sold - the car for sale is very similar)

 

Lamborghini Countach LP400S - first series, Low Body, "telephone" wheels.

Extremely rare and spectacular, with low suspension and low bodywork, in the same league as the LP400 "periscopic", an excellent investment

An excellent example in very good overall condition - some minor care will make this fine automobile a major addition to any Collection

 

PRICE: 700,000 €

 


 

 

 

The ASA 1000GT and the Dino 246 side by side at the Ferrari Museum

 

 

The French TV magazine TURBO has recently reported their interesting visit to the Ferrari Maranello Museum.

FERRARI is proud to show the famous "no-badge", but nevertheless true Ferrari : the Dino 206/246 and the ASA 1000 GT !

 

 

 

On the wall of the Museo Ferrari (left), is a picture of the first 1-litre Ferrari prototype, still with an anonymous Fiat bodywork..

Two years later, the wonderful Berlinetta ASA Ferrari 1000 GT was in production, exactly as the Dino: without the Ferrari badge... but still a pure Ferrari throughbred.

The ASA and the Dino are powered by the the smallest Ferrari engines in History. This is one of the reasons why the Collectors are so excited.

 


 

AUTODROME garage shelters two of the rarest Ferrari designed sportscars : we own two of only 60 ASA-FERRARI 1000GT still in existence.

 

 

It is very rare to see the ASA 1000GT, but exceptional to see two side by side. e own two exceptional examples :

One is a one-owner car, that belonged to Enzo's friend Oronzio de Nora, who was entrusted the production of the ASA-Ferrari.

The other is one of the very laste ever buit, that we have completely restored to its original glory. Difficult choice to make !

 

 

Rising Stars : our two FERRARI-ASA for sale :

 

 

ASA-Ferrari 1000 GT berlinette, 1966 - restored entirely by the best specialists - one of 60

Created by no less than Ferrari, Bizzarrini & Giugiaro, with a BHP per litre higher than the GTB : 180,000 €

 

 

 

ASA-Ferrari 1000 GT, 1966, absolutely unique one-owner History !

This car was the property of Enzo Ferarri's friend and ASA Founder, Signor Oronzio De Nora

Never restored since the 60s, absolutely authentic with original period registration documents

 

Price : 160,000 €

 

 

The Italian specialized magazine Ruote Classiche is very clear about the ASA:

As beautiful and prestigious as any Ferrari, inside and outside... but a little less expensive - still, more costly than an E-Type..!

 

 

 

This cam cover shows clearly that Ferrari was ready to sell the car under its own name...

But the Commendatore decided otherwise: both the ASA and the Dino were marketed without the Ferrari logo

 

The ASA engine is derived from the 3-litre V12 Ferrari, with "square" dimensions (bore/stoke 69x69), 95 BHP/litre,

all-alloy block with chain-commanded overhead Cam, two twin-choke Weber, 4 disk-brakes

Engine by Ferrari, chassis by Bizzarrini himself (derived from the 250 GTO chassis)

and fine-tuned by the best Ferrari drivers : Bandini and Baghetti...!

 

 

The short-lived ASA spider used a glassfibre bodywork - well before the 308 GTB Vetroresina... On this picture the elegance of the ASA Berlinetta design is striking : pure Ferrari DNA

 


 

LAMBORGHINI Urraco P250 restored - soon  Aston Martin DB2 Vantage 1952 (1 /approx. 250) Monte-Carlo Lamborghini V12 QV - 1 of 2

 

Lamborghini 1000 cc Boxer-Bike 1986 (1 of 10)

 ASA-Ferrari 1000 GT completely restored (1 of 90)

Jidé-Gordini 1600S restored

 

 

MIDUAL Type 1 - An ultra exclusive Motorcycle created and hand-crafted in France

Available from Autodrome Paris upon special order

 

Lotus Europe Type 46 Series 1 (1/300) matching # - Yellow

 Lotus Europe Type 46 Series 1 (1/300) - Green

Ferrari 375 MM Bronze

 

 

Fournier-Marcadier Barzoï Gordini 1600 - road legal

CD-PANHARD Le Mans 1964 - only 2 prototypes were created by Charles Deutsch (designer of the Porsche 917, 908, Matra F1...) and raced at Le Mans

The dawn of modern aerodynamics, and a sheer beauty combining science and art

Price : upon request


 

 

 

I am a Legend

 

The Source of the Myth : LAMBORGHINI 350 GT, the very first Lamborghini ever offered to wealthy Sports Cars enthusiasts. A car that  immediately humbled contemporary Ferraris

With its glorious V12 - 4-cam 3.5-litre powerplant designed by Bizzarrini, and its exquisite styling, the 350 GT is considered by many experts as Ferruccio's most important Masterwork

 

Lamborghini is the only Car manufacturer in History that has gained an immediate, world-wide fame with its first model.

It could have come from the outer space : the 350 GT, presented by a then unknown Company was technically superior to the contemporary Ferraris - the pinnacle of Sports Cars at that time. With its magnificent 4 OHC V12 all-alloy engine, front and rear independant suspension, Dallara-engineered chassis, an incredible quality of details, and a revolutionnary style that went beyond the mainstream of the early sixties. The shape combines elegance and energy, with not even a fraction of inch in excess ; the distinctive oval headlights stand proudly over the front boot in a sculptural manner ; the roof and pillars are of an exquisite delicacy, in contrast with the long and masculine front end ; the hyper-elegant and minimalist rear fenders suggest serene and immense power without any useless gimmick.

As a matter of fact the bodywork of the 350 GT is absolutely unique and has no common part with the 400 GT, that came just after : general volume is lower, rear window is larger, front fenders are more fluid ; the style is of a genius - Carlo Bianchi Anderloni of Touring - , a graceful and perfect inspiration. This rare automobile is comparable to a Michel-Angelo or Raphaël sketch. Nothing is overplayed, yet everything is there. The 350GT is a pure two-seater, lighter and leaner than the 400 GT 2+2. This light weight is the result of the use aluminum for all bodywork elements - (steel on the 400), fitted on a highly elaborated Superleggera thin tubular structure. The 3,5 Litre of the 350 GT became a 4,0-Litre for the 400, and the gearbox is a ZF, whilst Lamborghini used their own, more economical gearbox for the 400GT.

The number of 350 GT built is not established : in these early days (and even later) Lamborghini didn't pay much attention to written records. Official production figure is 120, but there are reasons to believe that only a hundred were actually delivered. The wherebouts of at least thirty 350 GT is unknown. On today's market, the offer of 350 GTS is very limited. The privileged Collectors who own a 350 GT keep them safely in their garage, as an inestimable Automotive Art Master Work.

 

 

A sublime modern sculture : with minimalist finesse Bianchi-Anderloni (Touring) combined power and elegance to achieve a unique Masterwork.

This car is the one that was displayed on the Lamborghini Stand at the Salon de l'Auto de Paris 1964 (picture below).

 

 

 

For decades, AUTODROME has been collecting, restoring and selling the most beautiful and rare Classic Lamborghini.

The car pictured here above (Paris Motor Show 1964) is Autodrome Paris' property.

 

Price : on request

 


 

 

 

ASTON MARTIN DB2 VANTAGE - 1952, unique orignal condition with orignal Bordeaux leather upholstery

The DB2 Vantage is a racing car for the road (2-seater, contrary to the DB2/4 and followers), that gave birth to the Aston Martin Legend at Le Mans

 

PRICE : 350,000 €

 

Classic Aston Martin : their market value is on the rise

 

All Classic Aston Martin are more and more sought-after. DB5/DB4, and now DB6 and DB2 - the rarest of all - are recognised as icons of the Aston Martin glory. The DB2 Vantage actually won the Class Victory at Le Mans 1961, as well a s 3rd ovrall, ahead of the Levegh's Tablot-Lago, Chinetti's Ferrari 212 and a Jaguar Type C.... The Legend was born. Very few D2 Vantage are available on the market : only 300 coupés were ever built, and Collectors do no easily part with them.

 

 

 

Le Mans 1951, the DB2 takes 3 rd, 5 th, 7 th, 10 th & 13 rd places - and Class victory !!

These racing DB2 were taken from the very first batch of production cars,

and identical to the Vantage version sold to clients from 1952 on.

 

 

At the Le Mans Classic Auction sale (June 5th), a DB2/4 Cabriolet changed hands for three times the estimate (!) at 692,000 €.

 

A 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Coupé changed hands at a RM Auction (February, 6th) for 364.000 - in spite of a non orignal 2.9 L engine (the DB2 was delivered with 2.6 L engines, the 2.9 L. arrived later in 1954 on the DB2/4).

 

 


 

THE ITALIAN MAGAZINE RUOTE CLASSICHE HIGHLIGHTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLASSIC CAR INVESTMENT FUNDS

 

 

 

 

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RUOTE CLASSICHE observes that Classic Cars are now one of the best investment areas. Classic Car Investment funds are many (the best known being Auto Fund, IGA Investment Fund, and Classic Car Fund). They already accumulated an important capital in rare autombiles such as Mc Laren, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche et Mercedes. Celebrities are part of it, too, like Nick Mason, former PinkFloyd drummer, and famous private collector. These funds do not only buy "show condition" cars, but allll kinds of Classic : for example Classic Auto Fund is currently buying rare Italian classics as restoration projects. A very wise strategy in our opinion, for at least two reasons : firstly, cars in need of restoration are more affordable, and secondly original "preservation grade" condition is more and more sought-after.

 

Knight Frank, a reference agency specialising in real estate and Luxury investment has just published their 2014 "Luxury Index", showing that Classic Cars have seen the fastest progression among all Luxury and Art investments : over 450 % within ten years, which is far better than Collector's watches, rare Wines, ancient Jewels, Chinese ceramics, and better than Masterwork paintings and sculptures.

 

The Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index (KFLII)

 

12-month

5-year

10-year

Furniture

-2%

-16%

-19%

Chinese ceramics

3%

45%

77%

Watches

4%

32%

82%

Jewellery

3%

49%

156%

Wine

3%

5%

176%

Art

-3%

2%

193%

Coins

10%

91%

227%

Stamps

5%

50%

250%

Cars

28%

121%

456%

 

 

Forbes, HSBC, and JP Morgan have publicly concurred, and alerted their clients about this strong opportunity (“Art as an Investment”, “The Art of investing in Art”..). This is of course not a short term trend, but rather the development of another Art Work market, as strong and as important as paintings, drawings or sculptures.

 

In addition, globalization is opening the Asian market, thanks to the alignment of import taxes and regulations, which will make Classic Cars much more affordable, especially in China. Chinese Collectors are already the biggest investors in Art (40 % of the global market). We anticipate that from now on, their appetite for rare Classic Cars  will fuel the market, and given the limited supply of rare Automobiles of the XXth Century, this could push prices even further up.

 

Of course, no science can tell exactly what the future will be ; however, those who love beautiful Classic Cars, are now striving to catch the most sought-after Masterworks before it’s too late.

 

DE TOMASO Pantera GT5/S - 1 of 187, [TOO LATE, sold] - Lancia Flaminia Touring [TOO LATE, sold] - Aston Martin DBS Vantage Lhd Automatic [TOO LATE, sold]


 

 

 

             MONTE-CARLO LAMBORGHINI V12 :  Pioneering the Carbon fibre technology - A Myth that you can drive...        

 

 

 

Left: Henri Pescarolo and the Monte-Carlo-Lamborghini V12 on the Paul-Ricard track in 1993. After the test, the triple le Mans winner says: "impressive efficiency"...

Right: the resurrected Monte-Carlo-Automobile make presented the ALA-50 stradale in 2008, a road-legal version of their multi-fuel racing car

 

 

Monte-Carlo Automobile is the manufacturer with the smallest production ever : hardly 10 (ten) cars have ever been built. Monte-Carlo cars are designed and built in Monaco, the Motor Sport Mecca... Its takes its origin and inspiration from racing cars, with a significant Italian engineering input.

 

Monte-Carlo Automobile was founded by former race driver Fulvio Ballabio. Ballabios's Team included the famous Carlo Chiti (designer of the Shark-Nose F1 Ferrari, multi-F1 World Champion titles winner, and former Alfa-Romeo & Autodelta engineer). Guglielmo Bellasi, racing cars designers and pioneer of carbon fibre technology partcipated in the project and designed the first carbon-fibre chassis in History (for a road-car). Prince Albert of Monaco, a Car enthusiast and Collector, activeley supported MCA from the very beginning, and is still a priviledged partner for the make. Two Monte-Carlo participated in the 24 heures of Le Mans tests in 1993, one was powered by the V12 provided by Lamborghini, the other by an experimental V12 designed by Chiti for Monte-Carlo.

 

24 years have past since the first Monte-Carlo, the Lamborghini-powered Centenaire was introduced by Princess Stephanie, in 1990 at the Monaco Grand Prix. This super-GT powered by the legendary V12 was the very first road-legal car boasting a carbon-fibre chassis and bodywork, even before the Bugatti EB110 ! This material was until then used only in  Formule 1 and racing Prototypes. Monte-Carlo Automobile is also the only manufacturer officially authorised by Lamborghini to use their engines. More information : please click here.

 

 

Monte-Carlo "Rascasse" : born from competition models, this supercar exsudes exclusivity and refinement...

 

The new Monte-Carlo, named "Rascasse" after the famous bend of the Monaco track, can be delivered as a berlinette, powered by a W12 derived for an AUDI block, or as a Spider, the Beau-Rivage, fitted with a Rolls-Royce sourced V12 . The small size and the strong identity of the Monaco-based make, supported by Prince Albert, enables each Client to enjoy a truly exclusive Tourisme, hand-made, and capable of very high performance. P.O.R.

 

 

The very first Monte-Carlo Lamborghini in History was presented at the Monaco GP in 1990 by Princess Stéphanie. The car was bought by Lamborghini (right picture taken at Lamborghini Factory). A few years later this example # EL002 (for Esperimentale Lamborghini) was bought back by Fulvio Ballabio, founder of the make.

This first Monte-Carlo ever built is now the property Autodrome Paris. PRCIE : On request

 

 

 

Monte-Carlo cars in competition :

 

 

The Monte-Carlo at the 4 Hours of Monza in 2012 : winner in its Class, and 8th overall, driven by Arturo Merzario

Engine is a W-12 6-litre boasting 550 HP. The Monaco-based Monte-Carlo Automobile has definitely racing DNA

 

ALA 50 : retour de MCA sur le marché des supercars

 

Monte-Carlo Lamborghini V12, with carbon-fibre chassis and bodywork ; a touch of mystery and luxury...

 

 

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OUR FINE CLASSIC CARS FOR SALE : 


 

 

 

LAMBORGHINI Pregunta - Prototype 1998, V12

 

The last Diva, just before Lamborghini was merged in to the AUDI Group - Presented in the Paris (1998) and Geneva (1999) Motor Shows

Autodrome acquired this fabulous automobile from those who built it. The PREGUNTA has never been privately owned

 

PRICE : On request - part payment with Miura, or 350 GT considered


 

 

CD-PANHARD Prototype at 24 H du Mans 1964 - one of the finest Automotive Masterworks of the XXth Century

 

 

 

  AUTODROME has acquired the two fabulous CD-PANHARD built for the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans - it was Panhard's swan song in motor racing.

These extremely advanced prototypes are still, half-a-century after the race, the State-of-the Art in pure aerodynamics, and exceptionnally spectacular.

 

 

 

24 H. of Le Mans, 1964 : The mighty Ford GT and the Panhard-CD were among the most spectacular ptototypes of this legendray race.

Panhard, for their very last official participation in the race, and Charles Deutsch, with his advanced-technology research Team, reached a form of perfection.

 

The two CD-Panhard LM64 protoypes raced at Le Mans in 1964 are now property of AUTODROME PARIS

 

PRICE : upon request


 

 

Michel Levy: +33 (0)630 096 491 or  Neldo Levy : +33(0)686 699 827 - Worldwide Shipment

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Your classic for sale ? Autodrome buys Lamborghini, Ferrari, Lotus Europe S1, Maserati, De Tomaso Mangusta.

A few classic cars that you may have bought from AUTODROME Paris or Cannes...


 

 

Inspired by the Ford GT40, the French berlinetta JIDE Gordini 1600 challenged the Alpine-Renault

 

Short wheel base, racing chassis, only 1 m. high, Jacques Durand's brainchild is a hidden gem, offering awesome driving sensations.

This particular car, fittted with the best specs - 1600 Gordini FR engine, Unibal suspensions, now belongs to the Autodrome Collection

 

95,000 €

 

Built in very limited number (around 130 cars), with high-quality racing components, the Jidé was seen with Jean Ragnotti at the Critérium des

Cévennes, but also at the Tour de France, and won the Rallye du Poitou. Jidé's ridiculously tiny budget never allowed this small wonder

to demonstrate its high-potential. But this berlinette remains the best rival for the Alpine Renault in their displacement Class...

The Jidé is designed and built like a true racing prototype : monocoque composite chassis integrating a tubular space frame,

engine is from the Formule Renault 1596 cc. Gordini, suspensions (on our car) are double triangles with Unibal, with adjustable Bilstein,

 AP calipers, ventilated discs... Lightweight, very rigid structure, strong engine, this compact GT is very difficult to find and now highly sought-after.

 

Neldo Levy: +33 (0)6 86 69 98 27 - Michel Levy: +33 (0)6 30 09 64 91 -

 


 

 

 

 

This ASA Ferrari (above) changed hands for nearly 190,000 Euros at a public auction in Paris (June 2013)

The lovely ASA, with Ferrari DNA, is the brainchild of Enzo Ferrari, Lampredi, Colombo and Bizzarrini ... a most rare and fascinating GT !

These ultra-rare Italian GTs (about 60 survive today) belong to the magical Enzo Ferrari Legend

 

       

 

 

 

Left : During the ritual Press conference in 1959, Commendatore Enzo Ferrari presented the first (and only) Ferrari engine with less than 1 litre capacity : 854cc exactly.

Right : Ferrari himself road tested the first prototype. Temporary bodywork is derived from a Fiat, but tubular chassis (as engine) is purely Ferrari, designed by Giotto Bizzarrini !

 

 

Left : first prototype tested at Monza in 1960. From left to right : Lorenzo Bandini, Carlo Chiti, Forghieri (in white) and Ferrari driver and tester Richie Ghinter.

Right : the first prototype and the second one named "Mille", styled by Giugiaro ; the latter will be on the Bertone Stand at the Torino Motor Show in 1961.

 

 

This factory picture clearly suggest that the same blood runs into ASA and Ferrari. They share race experience and Luxury GT ambitions.

The ASA boasts a higher HP/Litre than the contemporary 275 GTB (90 HP/litre against 85 for the GTB) and close to the LM (95 HP/l.)

 

Ferrari driver Lorenzo Bandini participated in the ASA FERRARI project.

Shape of the ASA is not far from the 250 GT Lusso 1962, hence the knickname Baby Lusso

 

 

ASA-Ferrari 1000GT : perhaps as beautiful as a Lusso...

 

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AUTODROME PARIS is proud to announce :

 

 The birth of a new breed of motorcycles

 

Imagine the best British luxury 2-door saloon... and turn it into the finest motorcycle ever made

After over ten years of ambitious engineering and technological development

Acclaimed at Pebble Beach (California), and at Salon Privé (London)

Designed and built in Angers, in the heart of France

MIDUAL designs and builds Motoring Sculptures up to the most exacting expectations  for non-ordinary people. Selected high-performance materials, finest leathers, superlative engineering and handcrafting, enable a very close approach to perfection.

The MIDUAL Typer 1 is built on an exclusive single-piece double-wall monocoque structure cast in special Aluminum Alloy with double function: supporting frame and fuel tank.

Engine is a 1036 cc DOHC Boxer Twin, 106 BHP/100 Nm, liquid cooling, fuel injection, 6 gears. This engine is mounted inline with the frame for best manoeuvrability and tilted 25° forward for optimal dynamic balance. Front suspension: Ohlins FGRT ; rear suspension : cast aluminum cantilever with Ohlins TTX 36.

Thirty-five Midual Type 1 will be built, upon individual order to your personal specifications. Your Type 1 will be one of a kind, with your name engraved on the frame ; and there will never be another.

Delivery in 2016 by MIDUAL - to your door, wherever in the world. Each Client will be offered a four-year maintenance scheme with shipment of the Type 1 motorcycle to the Factory.

 

MIDUAL Type 1

 

 

 AUTODROME - PARIS takes orders now


Lamborghini Boxer Bike 900 cc 4-Cam (less than ten ever built). POA


 

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"Ferrari 375 MM", Sculptor: Alain Moitrier, cast bronze, 1989. One of only 4 Artist's pieces.

Hand cast and polished by Fonderie Susse Frères (partners of Rodin, Giacometti) : 20.000€

 


 

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Ferrari 250 shock-absorbers, 2000 €, brake parts, etc.

Set of 12 connecting Rods for Lamborghini Miura : 2000 €

 


 

        JAPANESE LUXURY MAGAZINE "VINTAGE LIFE" FEATURES AUTODROME-PARIS IN ITS LAST ISSUE ABOUT FRANCE VINTAGE EXPERTS       

 

 

  

CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

 

 

AUTOMOBILES CLASSIQUES ET SPORTIVES - SPECIALISTE LAMBORGHINI, FERRARI, MASERATI & PAGANI AUTOMOBILI

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COMPLETE STOCK LIST

 

 

AUTODROME PARIS OFFERS ITALIAN CLASSICS RESTORED TO NEW


 

More information; please click here...

 


 

RETROMOBILE 2010 : AUTODROME WAS PRESENT..

MORE PICTURES OF RETROMOBILE 2010 / CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Left : Mr Jules Heumann, founder of the Pebble-Beach Concours of Elegance visits Autodrome's stand (with necktie: Neldo Levy, Director of Autodrome).  

Right :  before the official opening, three great Gran Turismo of the 50s, of the 60s and of the 70s : Aston Martin DBS, Lamborghini Countach LP400, Lancia Flaminia Touring.

The "Mardikian" Countach LP400 Spider, owned by Autodrome, was made for Rod Stewart, and was publicly shown by us for the first time since the eighties...(photo AllSportauto)


 

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THE REMARKABLE LOTUS EUROPE Series 1

 

A major step in Sports cars History: how Chapman brought the F1 feeling to the road.

 

 

 

 

The Lotus Europe - type 46 -, revealed in 1966 is one of the very first GT with central engine, very close to racing prototypes.

Only a few have survived. Driving sensations are second to none. The competition type 47 version was a huge success on track.

Sought after by most Collectors, such Classic GTs are hand-built automobiles that are impossible to obtain today, because of the legislation.

Interest for these lightweight sports cars is rising: Alpine 1300/1600, Porsche 911 short wheel base (1966-67) are steadily on the rise in the market.

 

 

AUTODROME PARIS EXPERTS IN CLASSIC CAR INVESTMENT

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The American specialised site Veloce Today (click HERE) features the CD- Panhard du Mans 1964.

This PANHARD-CD prototype raced at Le Mans 1964 is for sale at AUTODROME Paris.


MORE PICTURES OF RETROMOBILE 2009 : PLEASE CLICK HERE

Neldo Levy (Autodrome) concentrates before driving the Le Mans 1964 CD-Panhard

to the 2009 edition of Rétromobile, right through the Paris traffic !

 

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Your classic for sale ? Autodrome buys Lamborghini, Ferrari, Lotus Europe Series 1, Maserati, De Tomaso Mangusta.

A few classic cars that you may have bought from AUTODROME Paris or Cannes...

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MASTER WORK OF CHARLES DEUTSCH, THE FABULOUS PANHARD-CD PROTOTYPE (LE MANS 1964)

 

 

In 1964, the famous French make Panhard and Charles Deutsch (founder of DB, and designer of the Porsche 917) team-up to create a prototype aiming to win its class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans... With only 850 cc, this revolutionary car could reach 230 km/h (half-a-century ago !)...Only two were ever built ; the example owned by Autodrome is the only one fitted with the 5-speed ZF gearbox. The Panhard-CD remains the very last Panhard race car, and a key milestone in the History of racing cars.

 

 


 

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LAMBORGHINI & AUTODROME

 

 

Tel. +33 (0)630 096 491 ou  +33(0)686 699 827- Worldwide shipment

 

English website:

COMPLETE LIST OF CLASSIC CARS FOR SALE : CLICK HERE

Your classic for sale ? Autodrome buys Lamborghini, Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina, Lotus Europe S1, Maserati, De Tomaso Mangusta.

A few classic cars that you may have bought from AUTODROME Cannes / Paris...


AUTODROME MEETS FERRUCCIO LAMBORGHINI'S TEAM  NEAR VERONA (28-29 September)

Ferruccio Lamborghini presents his first V12, designed by ex-Ferrari Giotto Bizzarini

 

 A few of the fine automobiles parked during the Lamborghini meeting.

 

AUTODROME was invited to a really unique event : a friendly gathering of all the people who made the Lamborghini legend. Paolo Stanzani, Giotto Bizzarini, Ubaldo Sgarzi, Claudio Zampolli, GianCarlo Guerra, Orazio Salvioli, Fabio Lamborghini, Umberto Marchesi (chassis manufacturer) are only a few names among Ferruccio Lamborghini's Team that came to Sant'Agata for this exceptional days.

 

 

From L to R . 1- Neldo Levy (Autodrome) and Cesare Lodi, former Lamborghini test driver . 2- Edmond Ciclet, former Lamborghini France Technical Director talks to N. Levy and Paolo Stanzani, who designed  the Miura with Dallara, and the Countach, and Lamborghini CEO in the 70s. 3- Michel Levy (Autodrome) with  Giancarlo Guerra, former Scaglietti Head, who then was in charge of the Countach bodywork shop at Lamborghini. 4- M. Levy with Ubaldo Sgarzi, former Lamborghini and Pagani Commercial Director. 5- M. Levy with engineer Giotto Bizzarini who designed the first V12 Lamborghini after designing the Ferrari GTO. 6 - M. Levy with Paolo Stanzani, "God" for many Lamborghini lovers.

 

MORE PICTURES OF THE EVENT: PLEASE CLICK HERE

 

This gathering was focusing on people rather than cars, and very different from other events. It is very important to listen to all these key players of a period now gone, so as to record and preserve all the available information on the History of Lamborghini. This avoids all risks of distortion or mishandling of essential historical information. As Lamborghini collectors and historians, we have always strived to stay in direct contact with the former Lamborghini people, and we will continue to update and complete available information on this magical period.

 

 

The Lamborghini 350 GT of Edmond Ciclet (former Technical Director of the Lamborghini network in France).

This car is one of the earliest Lamborghini in existence, and it is of course in perfect condition : 1200 km, and back were just a warm-up.

As anticipated, this magnificent classic won the most sought-after prize of the best Lamborghini at the meting..

 

 


 


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THE FAMOUS JAPANESE MAGAZINE "ROSSO" PRESENTS RARE LAMBORGHINIS OF THE AUTODROME COLLECTION

 

 

The famous luxury Japanese magazine ROSSO, specialising in classic cars, especially Lamborghini and Ferrari, was visiting Autodrome-Cannes a few months ago and has issued a long article on some of the "pearls" of the Lamborghini Autodrome collection (please click on the photos to open the 2 MB pdf document).

 

 

The Autodrome Cannes show-room pictured by the Japanese magazine ROSSO

 


 AUTODROME PARIS PRESENTS THE FABULOUS RACING CD-PANHARD OF LE MANS 1964

The famous charity event "SPORT & COLLECTION, 300 FERRARI AGAINST CANCER" took place last week-end (1-2-3 june) on the Val-de-Vienne Circuit near Poitiers. 

AUTODROME was presenting the CD-PANHARD LM64,  one of the only two extraordinary prototypes having taken part in the 24 hours of Le Mans 1964, along with the Ford GT40, the Ferrari 275 P and GTO... A perfect opportunity to meet our clients and friends, and share our passion for classic and sports automobiles around this wonderful and famous racing car.

We had the pleasure to park side by side our fabulous CD-Panhard prototype, built for Le Mans 1964, and the production Panhard-CD : both cars

demonstrate the talent of Charles Deutsch, and engineer who took the Panhard-Levassor story one step ahead - the wonderful end of a Legend

Our CD-Panhard on the track : taken over by a Ferrari prototype, driven by David Piper in person ! What more could you dream of ?

A resurrection of a scene from the 24 Heures of Le Mans, with Ferrari (275, 330 P, LM), Ford GT, Cobra, and CD LM 64 as key players.

Another memorable scene, seen from the cockpit of the CD-Panhard LM64: we give way to a fabulous Ford GT40.

In the 1964 Le Mans race, the last surviving Ford driven by Phil Hill & Bruce Mc Laren retired roughly at the same time as our CD #45.

 


PRESS :

The British magazine Classic Cars highlights the Lamborghini Pregunta as one of the 10 best cars at Retromobile.

Classic Cars ranks the Lamborghini Pregunta displayed by Autodrome as one of the "Top 10 cars" at Retromobile,

with the Ferrari 250 GTO (Nick Mason's Collection) and the Martini Racing Porsche 917 (Porsche Museum).


Specialised magazine  "RETROVISEUR" says that AUTODROME is "the reference for Classic Lamborghini":

RETROVISEUR, one of the most respected classic car magazines, comments on Autodrome Cannes.

Their conclusion, based on Autodrome's experience and trust relationship with clients: "The best classic Lamborghinis always end at Autodrome-Cannes".

 

 "Autodrome Bulletin": Issue #20 is available.

Previous issues:

Paolo Stanzani: "How Ferruccio Lamborghini and I launched the Bugatti EB110 project ..."

(Interview by Michel Levy, Autodrome).

From Cannes to Prague in a Pagani Zonda S... in one night and under a heavy rain.

Preview/For sale: Bugatti Veyron 16.4, Zonda F berlinetta new.

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The two CD prototypes of Le Mans 1964 now both in our Collection...

Left, the CD of the 1964 Le Mans: one of the most memorable prototypes ever built. Charles Deutsch, the engineer who designed it, has founded the modern aerodynamics.

Right, the same year: the Ford GT 40 (Schlesser-Attwood) and the Maserati 151 (Simon-Trintignant), challenged the Ferrari 275 and 330 P.

 

This 1964 picture, taken just before the race, clearly shows the bold concept of the car and how far it was ahead of its time

The quality of construction is obvious, and the shapes are close to perfection, following the advanced theories of Charles Deutsch.

These two cars belong to history and we are proud to present them in our Collection. (POA)


 

 

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Presentation of the PAGANI Zonda F at AUTODROME Cannes : a friendly gathering around a glass of Champagne.


PASSION FOR CLASSICS : WHY A HANDFUL OF "OLD" AUTOMOBILES ARE SO SOUGHT AFTER...

Passion for Classic Cars is on the rise ; there are good reasons for this, based on objective factors:

 

Buying a classic is a joy for everyday of your life: admiring and driving a fine car is a privilege, provided by the best egineers in History...

- The beauty of the classic shapes is out of reach today, because of safety rules, crash-test obligations and marketing dictatorship... Never more will car makers be able to offer such exquisite style.

- Classic Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys are still more affordable than new ones.... And a brand-new car looses half of its value in 5 years, whilst a classic can only rise.

- There is much more demand than offer - and quite simply, that is why the price will only continue to rise, slowly but surely.

 

As a result, investing a classic car - provided that you can select the right models and one of the best examples available, is the best use that you could make of a reasonable amount of money: from 50.000 to 500.000 Euros, there are opportunities that it would be very wise to catch ...

Very similar to the famous art masters Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse, the greatest car makers of History have now disappeared (with rare exceptions such as Pagani) - very few have been decisive and quick enough to buy theese masters' paintings when they were still affordable.

One of the best examples if probably the very first Countach (LP400), much rarer and more important than the Miura (around 130 Countach LP400 still in existence, against over 600 Miura). The LP400 Countach is without any doubt one of the most remarkable cars of the XX the Century, both by its History role for Lamborghini, for the GT cars History, and for its combination of outrageous, advanced styling with a state-of-the-Art engine and technical design. If you can buy one, don't hesitate even a second and don't let it go...

 

CLASSIC AUTOMOBILES RECENTLY SOLD BY AUTODROME CANNES AND AUTODROME PARIS


"Mankind is becoming mono-cultural ; we are getting prepared to mass-produce civilization, like beetroot. The menu will be composed of this single dish".  (Claude Lévi-Strauss).

Autodrome clients demand exclusive automobiles, of the highest quality but also unusual ones. No wonder that precious encounters happen then...You only live once. Some individuals (not necessarily the richest ones) cannot stand to be lost in the crowd of banality, it's a matter of character - whether you have one or not. They just want to live up to their true expectations. One very special day, you see a car : it's this one - and no other - you just need it.

For many educated people, it's simply a Classic car...


FREE : consult  the AUTODROME Paris Classic Cars database

This tool offers you instant access to key technical specs, historical details, production years and quantities, about 1500 different models, focusing mainly on post-war cars.

This new service is not meant to be compared to existing specialised sites, dedicated to one make or even to one model ; instead, this tool is designed to be quick, simple to use, and synthetic. You will get immediate answer to many questions such as : how many Aston-Martin DB5 have been built ? How many versions for the Jensen Interceptor ? Is the Lamborghini Islero more rare than the Miura ? What are the key characteristics of the first Porsche 356 ?

We are confident that our competencies and experience are a value to our customers. This database is a work in progress, and will be completed with time. Thank you for your feed-back on any mistake or missing information. 

To access the Autodrome Database, just click on the AUTODROME checkered flag. Enjoy the visit !

 



AUTODROME’s reputation, built through years of practice, is based on a very unique way of doing business, where mutual trust is a key value. We have established long-term relations with our clients and partners, fostered by a shared enthusiasm for classic and performance cars. As a result, we are proud of providing our clients with the very best examples of prestige and sports cars available on the market.

AUTODROME has a triple expertise :

- Autodrome has been importer for Pagani Automobili since 1999.

- We buy & sell Classic Automobiles, specialising in classic Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, Aston-Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, as well as sports and luxury modern cars.

- We sell new cars : Lamborghini, Ferrari, amongst others. With our 35-year experience, we offer the best advice and support for such investments, with excellent payment conditions. AUTODROME has excellent, long-standing relations with the Sant'Agata plant and takes your order for your new Lamborghini and Ferrari.

We select only the best opportunities, based on careful maintenance, history, rarity or price-to-value ratio. Autodrome provides cars in mint condition, or extremely rare, and always with expert advice to optimise your investment.

As consequence, legends become available at surprisingly realistic prices, making it possible for you to enjoy the best of the best in terms of technology, luxury and style, whilst wisely and safely investing your money.

Welcome to Autodrome ! 


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