Fox Classic Car Collection
The Fox Classic Car Collection includes more than 50 prestige vehicles collected over a 30 year period by Lindsay Fox.
The collection includes Bentley, Ferrari, Jaguar, Porsche and Mercedes Benz marques.
Many of the vehicles have a history of interesting ownerships and developments.
A visit to the Fox Classic Car Collection is guaranteed to capture everyone's imagination.
The collection was moved from a Docklands building to allow for redevelopment of the site.
The Ferrari F40 is a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-door coupé sports car built from 1987 to 1992.
Produced as the world's fastest production car, the story of the Jaguar XJ220 is one of power, status and international finances, both under and above the hood.
Developed by David Brabham with Thomas Walkinshaw Racing to test endurance of carbon and plastic bodywork on a high performance vehicle, it ended up being the world's first fully carbon fibre road car.
MERCEDES BENZ 300SL
Mercedes-Benz introduced a Roadster version of the 300SL at the 1957 Geneva Motor Show. It effectively replaced the gullwing coupe which was retired that year.
MERCEDES BENZ 300SL GULLWING
The most advanced sports car design of the 1950's and was the first post-war supercar with a price-tag to match.
PORSCHE 550RS SPYDER
If for nothing else the Porsche 550 Spyder will be remembered as the car James Dean was driving when he had his fatal crash.
The RSK was a development of the successful Porsche 550A with improvements being made to the body work and suspension.
MERCEDES BENZ 190 EVOLUTION
One of only 502 made, the Mercedes Benz 190E Evolution II boasts a radical body kit designed by Prof. Richard Eppler from the University of Stuttgart and has a Cosworth component engine.
2005 FORD GT
An ultra high-performance, mid-engine, two seat sports car with an aluminium space frame chassis, aluminium body panels and a contemporary interior.
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