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  • £  49.99 P & P: £  0.00
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    help spa croft models established since 1984 the uk s principle dealer for brooklin lansdowne buick pontiac collections and csv models beautiful models for the discerning collector we consistently receive highest buyer ratings dispatch items quickly and have earned a track record of excellent neo models 1965 jaguar s type 3 4 status current model scale 1 43 rd material resin colour blue metallic interior dark red seperate details door handles windscreen wipers etched headlight surrounds headligh and heart
  • £  299.50 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  321.60 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  278.70 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  468.90 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  259.80 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  331.70 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  314.30 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  292.50 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  272.60 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  282.90 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  337.60 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  392.00 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  323.00 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  365.20 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  440.70 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  466.10 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  296.90 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  439.30 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  427.20 P & P: see site
    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  433.90 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  411.40 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  407.10 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  399.00 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  380.20 P & P: see site
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
  • £  412.40 P & P: see site
    at Giga-Tyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
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    at mytyres
    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70�s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60�s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.� The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.� The French were also in the frame with the Citro�n SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today�s very sensible saloons. heart
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    help The only radial tyre which could be fitted on the fastest cars in the world in the 70’s, the XWX gives these high speed vehicles outstanding road holding and remarkable grip. A construction designed to reach 300 kph (186 mph)The special features of the XWX mean that it gives remarkable performance, combining speed, driving pleasure and safety. The original design of its internal construction, together with its flexible carcass give exceptional comfort when travelling at very high speeds. Being a VR category tyre, the XWX can be used atspeeds in excess of 210 kph (131 mph) with a maximum speed of 270 kph (155 to 186 mph).Dream carsAt the end of the 60’s, Germany and Italy were the leaders in the European motorway development programme. They were also the main producers of cars which could reach speed in excess of 200 km/h, (124 mph). The wide asphalt strips and the absence of speed limits offered a privileged few the opportunity to make full use of theperformance of these "super-cars" at speeds which would be unthinkable today.• The Lamborghini Miura (1966), Ferrari 365 (1965), Maserati Ghilbi (1966) de Tomaso Pantera (1970) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS (1972) were the undisputed stars, but the large German saloons like the Mercedes 300 SE 6,31 (1968) and BMW 3.0 SI (1971) also made a strong impression.• The French were also in the frame with the Citroën SM (1970) as were the British with the legendary Jaguar V12 E-Type (1970) and Aston Martin DBS (1967).Informed observers will note that this exceptional performance was achieved on tyresof the same width as those that fit today’s very sensible saloons. heart
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    help Do not mistake this item with water resistant covers this is WATERPROOF .Produced from non-woven Cotton, assists in providing all weather protection. It has Hot welded seams, a strong elasticated hem and is supplied with a handy storage bag.  It is Resistant to: - Wind & Rain - Suns UV Rays  - Snow & Ice This heart
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    help CANVAS ARTWORK... You are purchasing a 20 inch (51cm) Canvas Artwork. Estimated image size 508x406mm; Coloured Sides Ready to hang, 51cm along the longest edge (other side scaled to fit). Stretched Canvas. Poly cotton blend. Chemistry perfect gloss finish protects against moisture and harmful UV rays. State of the art droplet-on-demand archival pigmented ink, capable of reproducing more than 36 million unique possible colours. Gallery wrapped on a 1.25? deep stretcher bar. Bar is made of 100 renewable kiln dried knot free, finger jointed; Artwork Description CM3 5279 Siamac Siassi, Alex Beaumont, Wolfgang Kaufman, Jaguar E-Type Siamac Siassi, Alex Beaumont, Wolfgang Kaufman, Jaguar E-Type, Le Mans Classic 2014, 2014, circuit racing, Classic, classic cars, Classic Racing Cars, France, La Sarthe, Le Mans, Le Mans Classic 2014, Le Mans., motorsport, nostalgia, racing, racing cars,.; Artwork chosen by CJM Photography. (c) (C)2014 Chris McEvoy, cjmphotography; For any queries regarding this artwork please contact CJM Photography quoting Reference 10041621 heart
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    help FRAMED ARTWORK... You are purchasing a 22x18 inch (56x46 cm) Framed Artwork. Estimated image size 281x225mm; Black Grain with White Mount 22 x 18 inch (566x465 mm) frame with high quality RA4 print and mount individually cut to size. Wood Grain effect Artcore molding. Mount board card with high quality facing papers, core board and backing paper. Hardboard back stapled in with hanger. Our frames are glazed using lightweight and durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish. This can be cleaned by a damp cloth; Artwork Description CM3 5279 Siamac Siassi, Alex Beaumont, Wolfgang Kaufman, Jaguar E-Type Siamac Siassi, Alex Beaumont, Wolfgang Kaufman, Jaguar E-Type, Le Mans Classic 2014, 2014, circuit racing, Classic, classic cars, Classic Racing Cars, France, La Sarthe, Le Mans, Le Mans Classic 2014, Le Mans., motorsport, nostalgia, racing, racing cars,.; Artwork chosen by CJM Photography. (c) (C)2014 Chris McEvoy, cjmphotography; For any queries regarding this artwork please contact CJM Photography quoting Reference 10041621 heart
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