Borne out of the simple premise of dealing in cars that we like, Mr Speedlux specialises in the purchase, brokerage, and sale of Italian sports cars produced from the 1950’s thru 1970’s, which is what we consider to be a golden age in automotive form and function. Being enthusiasts ourselves, we offer a friendly, knowledgeable, and professional international service for buyers and sellers alike.
It all started with the mystery of a field find Alfa Romeo GTC, followed by a Fiat 124 Sport as my first car with a succession of 105 series Alfas of all types. Then I discovered Lancias, with the Flavia Coupe and Fulvia Rallye and a daily driver £1500 Flaminia GT, a Flaminia convertible, then a run of three Flavia Sports.
Things made in Milan and Turin later blossomed to Bologna, with the delights of the Khamsin, Indy and Frua Quattroporte and a string of V12s from Sant’ Agata. Anyway, you get the picture – I’ve always been mad about Made in Italy cars and founded this business after a career in marketing and advertising. My own cars include a 2 litre Fiat Dino and a Moretti Sportiva, and I am your contact for any of the cars we have for sale.
0044 7595 770068
One of my earliest memories is riding shotgun in a Lamborghini 350GT at dawn, in a reenactment of Claude Lelouche’s notorious Rendezvous – suffice to say, I’ve been besotted by similar cars ever since!
After finishing my studies, I joined my dad at Mr Speedlux in 2015. I buy the cars that we have for sale, so I’m your first point of contact if you want help sourcing a particular vehicle. My personal projects include an “Abarthised” 1964 Fiat 600D and a hot engine to replace the tired unit in my 1970 Junior Zagato.
We can now offer UK mainland customers additional peace of mind with your classic car purchase by including a comprehensive 6 or 12 month GEM warranty on most cars offered, denoted on the car description page.
Please get in touch about our cars for sale or other range of services. We look forward to meeting you!
@ MR SPEEDLUX
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