Many of the original historic race cars from the 1950’s and 1960’s can now only be found in museums, or private collections located throughout the world. Most rarely reach the open market for sale and will never be seen on the track or in public again. Our goal is to provide our clients with a chance to own a collection of the world’s most legendary, rare, and time-honored sports racing cars.
 
 
 
Relive the golden age of motorsport when driving a sports racing car was art in motion and delivered a renewed appreciation for excitement and being alive. It is now possible, for a fraction of the value of an original collection of sports racing cars, to enjoy driving a legendary car on the world's historic race circuits. Choose from one of the collections below, or create your own unique eclectic mix of the world's rarest cars.
 
 
Your Own Ultimate Classic Car Collections
Fine Sports Cars has an uncompromising approach to design, engineering, coach building, and the vintage automobile business. Our professional approach to business and our global partnerships enable us to offer these unique “once-in-a-lifetime” remanufactured collections. Each Classic Car Collection, where possible, will be sanctioned by the chief engineer, designer, or body builder who was directly responsible for the production of each car. Each car within these collections will be constructed to the original specifications, with the same look and feel of the originals. These cars will enable our clients to create their own unique motorsport experiences and memories that will last a lifetime.
 
 
Our Classic Car Collections are highly collectable works of automotive art and are destined to be prized possessions; these are cars that recognize and represent their owner's taste, flair, drive, and ambition.
 
 
As with your most cherished possessions, your own Classic Car Collection will become part of your family heritage, an heirloom to be passed onto the next generation. As with all fine works of art, rarity, originality, documentation, and provenance, ensures the future value of our automobile collections for Fine Sports Cars' clients.
 
Fine Sports Cars' documentation for our sports racing cars includes:

Sanctioned Cars
Fine Sports Cars' goal is work with our partners to recreate the world's most legendary sports racing cars and have them once again grace the world’s historic race tracks. We have built close relationships with motorsport's most legendary engineers, designers, coachbuilders and race drivers: Alfredo Vignale, Giotto Bizzarrini, Norman Dewis, Forghieri, Carrozzeria Touring and others to assist us with our Classic Car Collections.

• Each sanctioned car will be issued with a personalized certificate sanctioning the car's historic authenticity, signed by one or more of the entities collaborating with Fine Sports Cars to bring these historic cars to life.

Sanctioned Cars and Continuation Cars
• An original chassis plate and door plate from the donor car

• A personalized numbered chassis plate from our workshop

• A numbered door plate detailing the place of origin and the manufacturer

• A certificate which documents the place of manufacture, originality of the donor car, and history of the model car being remanufactured

• A complete list of specifications and parts
 

 
Classic Car Collection I:
Ferrari Competizione Race Cars 
250 GT SWB Berlinetta SEFAC • 250 Testa Rossa • 250 GTO
 
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The Classic Car Collection I
For Ferrari and motorsport enthusiasts this collection represents a “once-in-a-lifetime” moment in time to own the ultimate collection of remanufactured Bizzarrini engineered Ferrari competizione cars. We are honored to be working with Sig. Giotto Bizzarrini to bring these three historic and rare Italian cars to life. Today these three cars are instantly recognized by enthusiasts world wide as the ultimate competizione race cars – touched by the talented mind of engineer Giotto Bizzarrini. At recent auctions around the world both the Testa Rossa and the GTO have continually broken auction records for rare historic race cars.

Giotto Bizzarrini was in charge of the entire 250 GT production at Ferrari. He was directly responsible for the engineering and designs that would turn each of these Ferrari’s into the most historic icons of motorsport racing. Each of these cars are unique and represent important eras of Ferrari’s legendary competizione history. Fine Sports Cars' Italian cars are hand-crafted by local artisans and legendary Italian carrozzeria families. Some of our older craftsmen worked on the original factory cars that we are remanufacturing today. Our carrozzeria body and chassis workshops are all located in the same region of Italy where the original historic cars were constructed.
 

Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta SEFAC

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection I

 
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta SEFAC (Classic Car Collection I)
Considered by many as Ferrari's and Pininfarina's best looking car, the SWB took the first four places in its class at the 1960 Le Mans 24 Hours race. Form and function can be combined very well in automotive design, the Ferrari 250 GT SWB underlines this like few others do. Examine the sports-racing results from the early 1960s, and it’s obvious why the Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta SEFAC was such an integral part of the Ferrari legend. The record is riddled with class victories, rife with top-10 finishes.
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Ferrari
250 Testa Rossa

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection I

 
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (Classic Car Collection I)
In the early sixties, Ferrari won Le Mans three consecutive years with the front-engine Testa Rossa. The last of these victories marked the end of an important era for Ferrari and sports car racing. After their Le Mans victory, piloting the final and definitive Testa Rossa, Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien become the last winners of the event in a front engine car. Only 34 250 Testa Rossas were ever built, although this figure is debatable, as it also includes both prototypes as well as the only 330 TRI/LM. Some were manufactured purely as customer cars. Many of these would continue racing for many years to come, often with great success in national and international competition.
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Ferrari 250 GTO

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Ferrari 250 GTO (Classic Car Collection I)
Many people will argue that the best car in the world is the Ferrari GTO. While more modern supercars surpass the GTO in terms of performance, none excel better in both form and function. During its heyday, the GTO dominated the World Sportscar Championship, and it is still one of the most beautiful shapes ever to grace a Ferrari chassis. All told, just 39 examples of this voluptuous coupe were produced. Our clients are able to choose from all of the body styles and mechanical specifications originally offered in this series of cars, from the 250 GTO, 330 GTO to the prototype cars designed by Pininfarina and Bertone, and the cars rebodied cars by Zagato and Nembo.
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Classic Car Collection II:
Competition Cars that Caused a Sensation at Le Mans 
Jaguar D-Type "Works" • Aston Martin DBR1/2 • Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
 
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Winning at Le Mans was the ultimate goal of all sports car manufacturers in the 1950’s. This was the golden age of motorsport racing.
 
 
The Classic Car Collection II
Some of motorsport’s most famous engineers worked in this era for these famous sportscar marques: Jaguar, Ferrari and Aston Martin. Engineers worked day and night to develop the engines, drive lines and bodywork that would enable their teams to cross the Le Mans finish line first.
 
Jaguar
D-Type "Works"

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection II

 
Jaguar D-Type "Works" (Classic Car Collection II)
Winning at Le Mans was Jaguar’s only priority. During their racing careers D-Types often achieved speeds of over 180 mph down the Mulsanne straight at Le Mans. With three Le Mans wins, the Jaguar D-Type remains as one of the most successful racing cars ever.
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Aston Martin DBR1/2

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Aston Martin DBR1/2 (Classic Car Collection II)
Ten years after David Brown bought Aston Martin, he would finally achieve his racing ambitions and win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This high point in Aston's history came when Carol Shelby and Roy Salvadori drove DBR1/2 to overall victory. This car has now become the most valuable Aston Martin in their history.
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Ferrari
250 Testa Rossa

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection II

 
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (Classic Car Collection II)
This hypnotic Testa Rossa is the creation of Sergio Scaglietti. Only 22 of these pontoon fender Testa Rossas were ever built, and after the 250 GTO, the cars in the 250 TR series are considered the most desirable Ferrari's in history. We will be happy to discuss which model meets each client’s requirements and the mechanical specifications and options that were available as they applied – during that time in history –to each specific TR model. Specific drive train components, if not available, are fabricated by the original suppliers where possible. In all cases, each part will be constructed to the original specifications.
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Classic Car Collection III:
The 1963 Le Mans Cars 
Ferrari 330 TRI/LM • Ferrari 330 LMB • Aston Martin DP214
 
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The Classic Car Collection III
The 1963 Le Mans marked the last year that would include engine and body designs from the past, present, and future – from open race cars like the Testa Rossa TRI/LM, to the last of the GTO’s and 330 LMB, and finally the future rear engine designs that dominated the late 1960’s.
 
Ferrari 330 TRI/LM

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection III

 
Ferrari 330 TRI/LM (Classic Car Collection III)
As raced at Le Mans, the 330 TRI/LM was the last in a long running and highly successful series of Ferrari Testa Rossas. In this regard, it was the most developed and benefited from all the versions which came before it. In the early 1960's, Ferrari won Le Mans three consecutive years with front-engine Testa Rossas. The last of these victories marked the end of an important era for Ferrari and sports car racing. After their Le Mans victory, piloting the final and definitive Testa Rossa, Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien become the last winners of the event in a front engine car.
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Ferrari 330 LMB

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Ferrari 330 LMB (Classic Car Collection III)
For 1963, Ferrari equipped four 250 GTO chassis with the 400 bhp V12 unit. There was a further wheelbase increase to 2500 mm and a much modified Pininfarina designed body was fitted by Scaglietti. The very attractive design combined the 250 GTO nose with a rear end similar to the 250 GT Lusso street car. To clear the fatter rear tires, square sections were cut from the fenders and covered by slightly larger panels. The shape was very efficient and during the test days for the 1963 24 Hours of Le Mans, a '330 LMB' was the first car to break the 300 km/h barrier on the high speed track.
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Aston Martin DP214

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Aston Martin DP214 (Classic Car Collection III)
In 1962, the works department saw the 250 GTO get homologated for racing, so Aston Martin decided they would try some of very same modifications that made the GTO a winner. The first of these was the DP212, which used a low profile nose, sweeping body and rear Kamm tail to good effect. This helped the aerodynamics, especially at high speeds in much the same way as Ferrari's 250 GTO. Other features included the engine bored out to four liters, a DeDion-type rear axle and a chassis which used more aluminum. Aston completed one DP212 just in time for the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hour race, and showed great promise until retirement in the sixth hour. The following year they revised into the DP214 and made two examples (#0194 and #0195). The DP214 was much lower and wider than its predecessor for increased stability and high speed racing. These changes allowed the 317 bhp car to achieve 186 mph down the Mulsanne straight.
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Classic Car Collection IV:
Definitive Ferrari Spyders 
340 MM • 250 GT SWB California Spyder • 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder
 
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The Classic Car Collection IV
New cars from Ferrari are almost always greater than the last, but it takes time to see how they rank among the legends. Such are the cars in this collection of "alloy-bodied" spyders that are all recognized for their unique contribution to Ferrari motorsport history. For Ferrari enthusiasts this collection represents a unique opportunity to own the ultimate collection of Ferrari Spyders, covering the most historic years of hand-built dual-purpose road and competition cars.
 
Ferrari 340 MM

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection IV

 
Ferrari 340 MM (Classic Car Collection IV)
Only five original cars were bodied by Vignale. This 340 MM was driven to Mille Miglia success in 1953 by Count Giannino Marzotto and won the Daily Express race at Silverstone. The 375 MM variation of this model was the ultimate evolution, and the most powerful road car offered by Ferrari to that point. These cars established an outstanding competition record both for the factory and their many private owners.
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Ferrari
250 GT SWB
California Spyder

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Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder (Classic Car Collection IV)
The California Spyder was the car to get excited about. It had the same 140 mph performance and the same competition chassis as the Ferraris lapping the race tracks. These Spyder Competizione cars did well in the GT class and tied all California Spyders to a sporting pedigree. Today these cars are the most prized Ferraris on the road. Only 3 alloy-body California Spyder cars were produced.
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Ferrari
275 GTB/4
NART Spyder

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Ferrari 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder (Classic Car Collection IV)
Only 2 alloy Ferrari NART Spyders were constructed in 1967. Receiving a second in class at Sebring in 1967; a feature role in an iconic Hollywood production starring Steve McQueen; and a declaration by Road & Track calling this car "The Most Satisfying Sports Car in the World.” A legend was born.
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Classic Car Collection V:
Norman Dewis Jaguars 
D-Type "Short Nose" • D-Type "Works" • XJ13
 
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The Classic Car Collection V
Fine Sports Cars is proud to be working with Norman Dewis to bring to life the ultimate collection of Jaguar’s historic race cars. Each of these historic cars was developed by Jaguar’s chief test engineer and driver, Norman Dewis, and helped to position Jaguar as the team to beat. With three Le Mans wins, his Jaguar D-Type still remains as one of the most successful racing cars ever. To this day enthusiasts around the world continually debate the outcome if the XJ13 had been entered into a race.

Norman Dewis: A Legend in British Motoring
The Norman Dewis’ story at Jaguar is both of personal achievement and unique involvement in a heroic period of great cars in Jaguar’s history. He rode with Stirling Moss in a C-Type in the 1952 Mille Miglia, drove a 190 mph works D-Type in the highly dramatic 1955 Le Mans, raced in the Goodwood 9 Hours, set an amazing 173 mph production car record at Jabbeke in Belgium with an XK 120, and broke the MIRA test track lap record in the XK13.

In his career at Jaguar, as chief test engineer for Jaguar, Norman Dewis tested and developed a remarkable series of cars including: C-Type, D-Type, XK 140/150, 2.4/3.4 and Mk 2 saloons, Mk VII/Mk VIIM, E-Type, XJ13, XJ/XJ-S, and XJ40. Norman Dewis is one of the true legends of the British motoring industry.
 

 
During the course of almost 70 years in the motorsport industry, 33 years of them as Jaguar's chief test engineer, Norman Dewis was responsible for the development of some of the most fantastic British cars ever to grace road and track.
 
  Photo by Terry Larsen
 
Now in his ninth decade, he remains a passionate and eloquent advocate for Jaguar sports racing cars and British engineering brilliance.
 
 
"There was something very real about racing in those days. The classic racing events we’re doing now are becoming very popular because they've reintroduced so many of the things that made a good racing driver. We used to drive the cars over to Rheims, down to Le Mans, or over to Spa, win the race then drive them back! So people would see these racing cars on the road, driving next to them at 30-40 mph, and they could identify with them. As you went through London, on the way to the ferry, we used to get a standing ovation."   
– Norman Dewis, 2008
 
 
Jaguar D-Type

Featured in Fine Sports Cars' Classic Car Collection V

 
Jaguar D-Type "Short Nose" (Classic Car Collection V)
For the 1953 Le Mans 24 Hours race Jaguar fielded conventionally bodied C-Types. The works cars were among the very first equipped with disc brakes, giving them a clear edge in the race and another win for the boys from Coventry. In the meantime Jaguar worked hard on a completely new model to continue the company's successful endurance racing campaign.

By the spring of 1954 the new car was running. Although it had no official name, names like C-Type Mk II and D-Type were rumoured and the latter stuck.
 

 
The D-Type was the first Jaguar to use a monocoque type chassis. Attached to the monocoque was a front subframe, carrying the engine and front suspension.
 

 
On the six cars built in 1954, the subframe was welded to the monocoque, but on later cars it was bolted on for easy detachment. Of course the disc brakes from the C-Type were carried over.

Again Jaguar relied on the XK engine, but some modifications were made to limit frontal area. The sump was halved in height by switching from wet to dry-sump lubrication. The engine was also mounted at an 8-degree angle, with the off-centre bump in the engine-cover as a result. Customer cars were fitted with a headrest, or small fin and headrest.

In 1954 Jaguar built six D-Types for the Works team, including the featured XKD403 driven at Le Mans.
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Jaguar D-Type
Dry Sump Engine

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Jaguar D-Type "Works" (Classic Car Collection V)
Four “works” cars were entered in the 1954 Le Mans 24 Hours, including the prototype. Although the Jaguars were on the pace, it was not enough to match Ferrari. In 1955 Jaguar returned with the large valve engine, a head rest and large fin tail, and a long nose to take the marque's third victory. In the following two years, Jaguar was successfully defended by the Ecurie Ecosse team.
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Jaguar XJ13

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Jaguar XJ13 (Classic Car Collection V)
Built to contend Le Mans, the XJ13 is a story of a competition car initially prepared to take on Ford and Ferrari, but never competed in a race. Unfortunately, Jaguar's focus on its road cars in the 1960’s caused the project to be completed too late to successfully race at Le Mans. By 1967, the regulations changed to only allow a three liter capacity and the XJ13 was rendered permanently redundant. The XJ13's design used all the hallmarks of the 1960's successful race cars. Today one historic prototype car remains.
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Full Race Preparation and Track-side Assistance
 
Have your valued Fine Sports Cars race car specially prepared and tuned for the actual race track, road conditions, or altitude where you will be driving.
 
 
Fine Sports Cars is pleased to offer our clients an annual contract for pre-race preparation of their race car(s) and track-side assistance if required.
 
 
Our preparation service and event support are available for our clients in any location around the world. We are also able to offer shipping and delivery of your car(s) to any location in the world.

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