Within our collection, we focus on specific and very interesting investment vehicles: rare small scale cars from premium and non-premium brands, still underrated by the market, averaging millions czech koruna per unit, where we see the greatest potential in the medium term, because prices in this segment was yet drive by market to dizzying heights. In practice, this means that the focus is mainly on rare, small-lot, rather postwar cars especially from European brands, mainly from Britain (Jaguar, Aston Martin, Morgan, AC), Germany (Porsche, BMW, Mercedes) and Italy (Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Ferrari), rarely on the first series of Japanese brands (eg. Mazda). There is practivally is practically no small scale production by American brands. In our viewfinder they are most often a series of up to 500 units produced. You can check out our latest catches below.
Porsche 911 Carrera Club Sport
When lightness, which is essential for a world-class sports car, returned to 911: the 911 Club Sport from 1987 to 1989. A thoroughbred sports car, which, while lacking comfort equipment, offers a...
Nash Healey Roadster
It was essentially the first American post-war sports car, although it was build by Briton and American. Today, an interesting model of Nash-Healey starting to be noticed by collectors and it has...
Porsche 356 PreA Speedster 1955
FIRST GENERATION PORSCHE SPEEDSTER is today among the most popular classics. IN ADDITION, WHEN IT IS a rare VERSION OF PRE-A SERIES, that has undergone a high quality restoration process. Currently...