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COYS SHOWROOM

Coys London Showroom


For decades Coys’ famous London mews showroom became a mecca for classic car collectors and enthusiasts alike. In 2006 Coys moved from the traditional home at Queen’s Gate Mews to a new purpose built facility in Richmond, West London. The showroom is currently undergoing complete refurbishment and will reopen to visitors shortly.

 

With space for over twenty vehicles, we are proud to showcase a constantly changing selection of fine automobiles aimed at discerning collectors. If you are seeking a particular model or have a motorcar to sell, please contact a team member who will be delighted to help.

 

If you seek a more discreet approach Coys offer a private treaty service to connect buyers with sellers through our own extensive network of collectors, dealers and enthusiasts worldwide. We can offer advice on all aspects of acquisition and resale, and are well placed to provide market insights for the curation of larger collections.

 

We work to a simple and competitive tiered structure of commission rates across the board, in line with the value of the motorcar on offer. For more information do contact the sales team who will be more than happy to discuss in more detail.

 

Whatever help you need in preparing your car for sale, we have good relationships with many of the industry’s respected vehicle specialists and restorers.

CURRENT SHOWROOM STOCKLIST

1983 Ferrari 512 BBi


Having reasserted itself at the top of the supercar hierarchy with the first ‘Boxer’ – the 365 GTB/4 BB – Ferrari went one better with its successor, the 512...

1970 Maserati Ghibli 4.9 SS Spyder


“To quote the late Peter Coltrin who was among the first non-works personnel to ride in a Ghibli: “The Ghibli differs from many cars of the same performance in...

1986 Gemballa Avalanche


On sale and finished in Pearlescent White with a Black Leather interior this super-rare, left hand drive Gemballa Avalanche was first registered in the UK in April 2018 and...

1997 RUF CTR2


Afficionados of RUF will know that the company is in a unique position to source body shells directly from Porsche and then create its own individual interpretation of a...

1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL


Stylistically evocative of the mighty 300SL, but with a slightly less complex drive train, the 190SL remains among the most desirable roadsters of its era. The prototype was first...

BMW 2002 Turbo


Produced for the 1973/74 season only, the legendary BMW 2002 Turbo was Europe’s first turbocharged production car. Demands for increased power for its medium-sized saloon had prompted BMW to...

2010 Wiesmann MF5 V10 Roadster


Launched at 2007’s Frankfurt show, the MF5 uses the same all-alloy, naturally aspirated 5-litre V10 as the BMW M5 and M6. By any standards, it’s one of the world’s...

1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello


Firmly placed in Ferrari’s history as one of their finest big GTs, the 550 Maranello’s combination of its elegant Pininfarina lines and legendary front mounted 12-cylinder engine, meant that...

1934 MG PB


A replacement for the successful J2 Midget, the PA followed the general lines of its predecessor but was equipped with a more robust version of MG’s inline four, benefiting...

1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Pagoda – with manual gearbox


In March 1963 the new generation of SL sports cars was launched with the debut of the 230 SL at the Geneva Show. This revolutionary new model replaced the...

1956 Aston Martin DB2/4 MkII


The need to increase demand of the already-successful DB2 resulted in the launch in October 1953 of the 2+2 DB2/4. Extensive amendments to the car’s rear end arrangements made...

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB ‘Vetroresina’


Officially introduced at the Paris Salon in October 1975, the 308 GTB’s styling was created by Pininfarina. The stunning two seat coachwork was all new, but incorporated all of...

1955 Austin Healey 100/M


Following World War II, Donald Healey struck out on his own and from his base in Warwick, UK, began building very high-quality sporting cars using Riley running gear. There...

1960 Mercedes 220SE Cabriolet


Mercedes-Benz reintroduced six-cylinder models to its range in 1951 with the 220 and 300 types, both of which were shown at the Frankfurt Show in the spring of that...

1959 Maserati Tipo 60/61 ‘Birdcage’


This BIrdcage is sold with a large amount of documentation, photographs, full rebuild invoices from Steve Hart Racing and confirmation of the car's original components. This car offers a collector...

1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A


Introduced at the 1936 Paris Motor Show, the Friedrich Geiger designed car was a development to the 500K, itself a development of the SSK. Available as a two-seater cabriolet,...