1979 Ferrari 400 GT

The 400GT was a larger engined version of the 365GT4 2+2 that it replaced. The 4823cc V12 engine provided the new 400 GT with much improved performance over its older sister. All Ferraris built in this period were costly, low-production […]

1973 Ford Capri 2600 RS

Very beautiful Ford Capri 2600 RS. Delivered new in Italy in 1973 and has driven only 64.559 kilometres. This is a 2600 from the first series this was back in the days the absolute top model and it couldn’t get […]

1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

This classic and nowadays much sought-after Ferrari was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son Alfredino, who died in 1956, aged 24. Enzo Ferrari credits his son with the inspiration for a series of successful small and medium capacity V6 racing engines […]

Mercedes-AMG CLK GTR

Mercedes-AMG CLK GTR

With the birth of the FIA’s GT Championship in 1997, Mercedes-Benz instructed AMG to create something very special. AMG were tasked to create a racing car which could also be converted to road use in the design vein of the […]

MG Metro 6R4 Clubman

MG Metro 6R4 Clubman

Throughout the Group B period many automakers managed to push the divide between their rally bred monsters and the street cars they were allegedly based on, and no car pushed further than the MG Metro 6R4. The clear difference between […]

Ferrari 288 GTO

The successor to Ferrari’s near perfect 250 GTO, the 288 GTO has quite a tortured history. Designed to race in Group B, the FIA disbanded the race series after the crash of a Lancia Delta S4 in 1986, resulting in […]

Peugeot 205 Turbo 16

Peugoet 205 Turbo 16

When looking at the absolutely insane Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 raced at Pikes Peak, it’s difficult to imagine such a raw, race focused machine could have a road going sibling. Built to race in the final years of Group B, […]

Audi Sport Quattro

After completely revolutionising the rally scene in the early 80’s with its pioneering full time four-wheel-drive system, the first of its kind used in rallying, Audi devised an evolution of the A1 and A2 Quattro’s, the 500hp, 1000kg Sport Quattro […]

Lancia Delta S4 Stradale


Throughout the Group B period, many manufacturers attempted to push their machinery as far as allowed, towing the line of the FIA regulations, and no car was pushed further than the famous Lancia Delta S4; so far it inadvertently brought […]

Ford RS200

After Ford’s ruinous attempts to build a four-wheel-drive, turbocharged variant of the Escort for Group B, the company were forced to rush the production of the replacement, the RS200. Designed from the ground up, the RS200 featured a mid-mounted turbocharged […]