Rick Nicolaas Collector Cars

Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Super Sport compressore Zagato Spider

This outstanding Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 SSC is offered on behalf of the private owner. A unique opportunity to acquire a matching number Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 SSC from 1929 with comprehensive history file.   For further information please contact me by telephone.

Rick Nicolaas Collector Cars will take on consignment sales through advertising or if required a discrete sale.

Looking for a specific vehicle? (PreWar or PostWar Classic) We can also be of assistance.

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Private sale this beautiful Ferrari F40. First owner since 1988. Fully serviced by Ferrari. Only 14.000km.
The Ferrari F40 is a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-door coupé sports car built from 1987 to 1992 (up to 1994 for the LM and 1996 for the GTE). The successor to the Ferrari 288 GTO, it was designed to celebrate Ferrari's 40th anniversary and was the last Ferrari automobile personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. At the time it was the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive car that Ferrari sold to the public.
If interested pease contact me by e-mail: inquiries@ricknicolaas.com
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Techno Classica, Essen, Germany, this week was worth the visit.
Many PreWarCars and PostWarClassics. Porsche seems to be the car for the year. Also the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750, 1929, hada lot of interest. See first photo. Be there next year. Worth the visit.
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Techno Classica, Essen, Germany has started and thousends of people will be visitng from around the world.
hope to see you there on Friday.
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Article from www.prewarcar.com today:
Last Friday we, Joris Bergsma and myself, visited Model T Worldtour Dirk & Trudy Regter who escaped from total disaster when their Model T after 60,000 miles without a scratch was near total destruction when a careless truckdriver hit the car from behind on a trailer. Six months later the atmosphere is much better. Dirk is rebuilding the 1915 Model T step by step. We walked around in his workshop with the chassis that is again straight as an arrow. Rear axle and engine are ready again to install. The reconstructed body is with the paintshop and Dirk is confident that he will be able to drive the car again by the end of June.

Yet arguably even better is the news that he has found the support of Ford Germany. As a first visible sign of their help they have done a very professional job on all collected video material shot on the first three legs of the trip. Africa, USA, South America.

Let's hope The Model T Worldtour can resume shortly. Keep in mind that the tour is organised for a good cause.
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As I was involved in the freak accident with the truck, luckily no one was injured, my plan is to join them on the trip though the Northern Territory of Australia in 2017.
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