Alfa Romeo 1750 GS 6C Figoni Coupé
Although it looks elegant and graceful now, this car has a serious racing pedigree. The unique Figoni and Falaschi-designed coupé body was once replaced by lightweight, open top coachwork for motorsport, including a class win at the 1935 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Hispano-Suiza H6C Dubonnet Xenia
Hispano-Suiza was one of the big performance names of its era, and this car is a one-off. It features bodywork inspired by art deco and aviation, and some rather clever parallel sliding doors.
Aston Martin DB2 Prototype ‘UMC 272’
Once the personal transport of Aston owner David Brown – he of the DB initials – this prototype was the fourth DB2 chassis built and the second powered by a six-cylinder.
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione
This stunning Italian racing car was piloted by none other than Sir Stirling Moss, who won three times behind its wheel, including at the Goodwood Tourist Trophy in 1960.
Ferrari 250 GTO ex-Graham Hill
One of the most iconic classic car designs, this was only the only 250 GTO finished in white. It was also raced by Formula 1 world champion Graham Hill, who scored a second place in it at the 1962 Goodwood Tourist Trophy.
Lamborghini Countach LP400 ‘Periscopio’
Only 150 Periscopios were made, and it’s viewed as the most desirable Countach ever made. It gets its name from its periscope-like rear-view mirror. Power comes from a 4.0-litre V12 engine with 375bhp.
Ferrari Testarossa Spider Valeo
Ferrari only ever built one Testarossa convertible at its Maranello factory, and this is it. It was specially made for noted industrialist Gianno Agnelli when he took over Fiat SpA.
Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione
The car that paved the way for the F40, only four 288 GTO Evoluziones were ever built. It was conceived for Group B motorsport, but never raced as the class was banned for being too dangerous.
Peugeot Oxia Prototype
It might be a concept car, but the Oxia is no static model. Powered by a twin-turbo V6 taken from Peugeot’s Le Mans programme, it pushed out 670bhp. With a carbon fibre body and adjustable spoilers, it hit a top speed of 217mph when it was first revealed.
Alfa Romeo Touring Superleggera Disco Volante Spyder
Based on the 8C Spider, this 2016 car is one of only seven made. It was crafted by hand and features carbon panels over a steep space frame.