Supercars and Classic Cars available at Windsor Great Cars
UK supplied, one of 27 UK cars.
In most cases, a car must fulfil many purposes. The McLaren P1, though, has just one, as defined by its maker itself: the P1, says McLaren, must be the best driver’s car in the world.
The 918 Spyder embodies the essence of the Porsche idea: it combines pedigree motor racing technology with excellent everyday utility, and maximum performance with minimum consumption. The task faced by the development team was to create the super sports car for the next decade with a highly efficient and powerful hybrid drive.
Just 400 examples were built of the Enzo, which featured advanced composite bodywork and a carbon-fibre and aluminium honeycomb sandwich chassis and was equipped with a 5998cc 65° V12 producing 660hp.
Created to celebrate Ferrari’s 50th anniversary, the F50 was the closest thing to a road-going Formula 1 car the company had ever built.
The F40 was built to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. A very fast berlinetta designed by Pininfarina, it was built mainly from composites. Its sophisticated high-performance, turbo-charged running gear combined with a first class chassis gave it the kind of great dynamic prowess that was close to that of a racing car.
Ferrari 288 GTO
The Ferrari GTO (often referred to as Ferrari 288 GTO) is an exotic homologation of the Ferrari 308 GTB produced from 1984 through 1986, designated GT for Gran Turismo and O for Omologato (homologation in Italian).
Ferrari 599 SA Aperta
Ferrari only ever made 80 of them. Which explains why, when Top Gear magazine was granted a very exclusive drive in 2011, we surmised that, “we should all be very jealous of those lucky 80 who have bought one. Because they’ve just purchased one of the most exciting cars in the world.”
Ferrari 430 GT3
Based on the factory derived Ferrari F430 Challenge car, which was the first evocation of the Ferrari F430 in racing trim, the F430 ‘GT3’ model was originally specifically designed for the FIA GT3 European Championship, along with other National GT championships.
Mechanically similar to the F430 Challenge, the left hand drive Ferrari ‘F430 GT3’ has the same extensive weight reductions and suspension upgrades over the standard road car, along with the introduction of the Formula 1 derived gearbox.
Ferrari 458 GTE/GT2
Ferrari unveiled their new GTE class racer in 2011 to take part in Championships sanctioned by ACO and FIA. The 458 Italia GT2 drops the “flex splitter” found in the road cars and replaced with a more conventional inlet, with the air exit out through louvers in the bonnet. Under new restrictor regulations, the 4.5L engine produces 464 hp (346 kW; 470 PS), which is less than the road car and the 458 Challenge. Unlike the road car, which has a high-revving low-torque engine, the GT2 version only revs to 6,250 rpm, but maintains a close-to-stock torque number even with the horsepower loss. The double-clutch gearbox had to be replaced, but paddle-shifting is retained since rules in 2011 allow them.
Ferrari 512 BBI
Having reasserted itself at the top of the supercar hierarchy with the first ‘Boxer’ – the 365GTB/4 BB – Ferrari went one better with its successor, the 512BB. The increase in engine size to 5.0 litres (from the original’s 4.4) was made not so much with increased power in mind but to enable increasingly stringent emissions targets to be met without loss of performance. Changes to Pininfarina’s inspired coachwork were, not surprisingly, few: a frontal chin spoiler, rear brake cooling ducts, four rear lights instead of six and revised air intake boxes, while fatter rear tyres increased the width of the 512’s derrière slightly.
This stunning low mile Testarossa is available to purchase with all books luggage finished in Rosso Corsa with beige hide, latest alloy wheels.
Very collectable car. Purchased in 2011 by my client, the car has been stored in a heated garage. Absolutely stunning. As new.
Porsche 911 RS Touring M472
Three owners. This car was tended to by Autofarm for over three decades.
The car is in pristine condition, it was unused for 24 years and has been kept in dry storage since 1990.
Porsche 959 Series II
Rare Series II variant (one of less than 10) with detail differences
Known history and maintenance record
Complete with owners handbooks and tools
Landmark supercar with excellent future prospects
Porsche 964 C4 Lightweight
Not to be confused with the 964 Carrera RS, this Carrera 4 Lightweight was one of an extremely exclusive production of just 20 vehicles, which were hand-built in Weissach, in the Customer Sports department. Never officially announced or put into a catalogue by Porsche, chassis numbers 964001 to 964020 were supplied to a few factory-preferred customers and collectors only.