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Based in the heart of the Cotswolds, William I’Anson Ltd is dedicated to being a one stop shop for the classic vehicle collector, racer and passionate enthusiast alike. In a world that relies upon trust and relationships, William I’Anson Ltd takes pride in offering a professional, enthusiastic, and friendly service allowing our clients complete freedom to enjoy these fabulous cars. With a lifelong background in collectors classic cars, historic motorsport, and a strong family heritage in the Bugatti world, William I’Anson Ltd has amassed an in depth knowledge of the cars, the market and most importantly, an extensive network of contacts, clients and experts around the globe.

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  • The South African 6 Hours Winning, Ex - John Abrahams, Richard Scott 1971 Chevron B19

    The South African 6 Hours Winning, Ex - John Abrahams, Richard Scott 1971 Chevron B19

    A beautiful example of what is arguably Chevron's most iconic 2-litre Sports Racer. One of only a handful of no-questions Chevron B19s and fully documented by Allen Brown of OldRacingCars.com. Supplied new to South Africa and winner of the 1972 South African 6 Hours. Raced by Richard Scott in the 1972 Martini Trophy, then campaigned for many years in France before returning to England with Richard Budge in 1981 and on track since.

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  • 1960 AC Aceca

    1960 AC Aceca

    A stunning matching number example of the striking AC Aceca. Remarkably only in its third ownership since new, having been retained in running order by its first owner, amateur racing driver T. A. Alston, for 49 years. Beautifully presented in its original colour configuration of Princess Blue with red leather interior and fresh from a complete nut and bolt, bare metal, body off, restoration.

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  • The Ex - Mecom, Zerex Special 1965 Lola T70 Spyder Mk1

    The Ex - Mecom, Zerex Special 1965 Lola T70 Spyder Mk1

    Supplied new to John Mecom Racing; essentially a development car with shorter wheelbase, anti-dive rear suspension and Mecom designed long nose. A winner on its debut with Walt Hansgen in the Monterey Grand Prix at Laguna Seca in 1965. Maintained with no expense spares by Simon Hadfield Motorsport for the current owner of 11 years. Winner of the Whitsun Trophy at the Goodwood Revival in 2008 and Surtees Trophy at the 75th Members' Meeting.

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