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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 Ex - Porsche Motorsport Asia, Championship Winning 1997 Porsche 993 Cup 3.8 RSR

    The Ex - Porsche Motorsport Asia, Championship Winning 1997 Porsche 993 Cup 3.8 RSR

    Not to be confused with the 993 Cup cars, this is one of only 45 993 Cup 3.8 RSR ever built. Supplied new with the desirable 100-litre endurance fuel tank and the rare cockpit operational ABS disarm option, still on its original shell and with a clear and clean history; this is a very rare car indeed. Sold new to Porsche Motorsport Asia in Hong Kong, this car took outright victory at Macau in 1997 and 1998.

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  • The Multiple Le Mans 24 Hours, Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours 1976 Porsche 934 Turbo RSR to 934 M16/K3

    The Multiple Le Mans 24 Hours, Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours 1976 Porsche 934 Turbo RSR to 934 M16/K3

    One of just 31 Porsche 934s, ordered by George Loos, and delivered to Claude Haldi. Campaigned over three seasons in the World Championship, the European Hillclimb Championship and DRM, sharing with drivers including Joest, and taking Group 4 victories at the Zeltweg 6H, Nurburgring 1000km and Brands Hatch 6H. Bought by ‘Jamsal’ in El Salvador, upgraded to 935, and driven by Don Whittington to clinch the 1979 Drivers' World Championship.

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  • The Ex - Graham Hill, Prototype, 1.5 Litre V8 Formula 1 1964 BRM P261

    The Ex - Graham Hill, Prototype, 1.5 Litre V8 Formula 1 1964 BRM P261

    The prototype chassis of the iconic BRM P261 model. Used for extensive pre-season testing by Graham Hill, and raced by Hill in the Daily Mirror Trophy at Snetterton in April 1964, where he qualified 2nd and led the wet race ahead of Jim Clark’s Lotus 25. Along with the Lotus 25 and Ferrari 1512, the stunning BRM P261 represents the pinnacle of Formula 1 design of the exotic 1.5-litre era.

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