Tom is a multi-lingual senior sales professional with 25 years of experience (fluent German, English & French, some Italian/Spanish). He started cherry picking the nicest Left Hand (LHD) cars in the UK to promote them to his large Europe network on behalf of the UK owners. So you don’t have to waste time on searching numerous platforms & benchmarking against European prices.

Cars only make it onto the platforms (this website, Instagram @tomscarconnections and various top European car sale platforms) when they pass a strict bench marking against around 20 European car platforms.

Want a new car but you simply are too busy to search & benchmark all the platforms forever – let us do the work for you, we present you with a choice of cars fitting your criteria and organise it all for you – please call us for a chat.

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Our Latest Cars

RHD Alpina B10 V8S (1998) – 34,500mls – absolutely stunning spec and condition

  • Description

    With just three former keepers, 34,500 miles under its belt, and an astonishing service history, this wonderfully discreet Alpina B10 drives even better than it looks – and it looks even better in the flesh than it does in the photos!

    The metallic Oxford Green paintwork is in fabulous condition, being free of serious scratches, dents and dings. The panel gaps are as tight and even as any we’ve seen on the model, which is a pretty good indicator that it hasn’t suffered any serious accident damage in its life, something that is always a risk in older, high-performance cars of this type.
    It still sports both front and rear spoilers, complete with Alpina decals on the front spoiler and model-specific badges on the boot lid. Importantly, the front spoiler hasn’t suffered the fate of so many, falling prey to the ravages of high kerbs or sleeping policemen.

    The unique 18” x 8” Alpina wheels – with their hidden valve cover, remember – are in fine condition, being free of scuffs, dings and other blemishes. They’re shod with high-quality tyres, all of which have good tread. (The rear tyres are new, and the front ones have only covered around 1,000 miles.)
    The sunroof still seals tightly and opens and closes – at the press of a button, naturally – as smartly now as it did when the car was new. It even has a removable towbar in the boot, so you could be the proud owner of the coolest caravan towing combination in the country.

    The cream leather seats are in incredible condition for their age, having only light creasing and signs of wear, which is hardly surprising as the car has only covered an average of 1,700 miles a year…
    The rest of the interior is just as impressive: this thing still smells like a new car, the Alpina steering wheel is present and correct, as is the build plaque with the car’s build number, and the Alpina-fit over-mats, including the one for the boot.
    The headlining is clean and taut, and the door cards are free of damage and wear. The extensive wooden veneer trim is in fabulous condition. Hell, it’s even still got its period BMW in-car telephone set in the armrest between the front seats; how cool is that?
    The in-car computer still works, and the vehicle has been fitted with a discreet aftermarket Parrot Bluetooth system to operate your mobile phone.
    Oh, and it still has its original toolkit and first aid kit in the boot, which is a lovely touch as these things tend to go walkabout as owners look for a momento of their car now that no-one buys Haynes workshop manuals anymore…

    The engine bay is very clean and tidy, and it wouldn’t take a great deal of effort to get it into show-winning condition, should the new owner be that way inclined. The underside is clean too, and free of rust and damage.

    The online MOT history shows nothing that would concern us and confirms the car’s low mileage. The MOT certificate itself expires in May 2020 and the V5 registration certificate correctly shows the car as being registered as an Alpina.
    The car comes with its original owner’s handbook and Alpina wallet containing the stamped service history book and instruction manuals, including one for the telephone. It also has a large number of expired MOT certificates plus a sheaf of invoices and bills to confirm the recent work that has been done to it.

    THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN THE UK/ENGLAND and sold on behalf of the UK seller/owner. Initial communication organised by us with direct contact to the owner/seller once serious interest is confirmed. We can assist with the transport. The small print in large – always happy to answer any questions you may have. All offers are, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing, non-binding and subject to confirmation and to prior sale. All information given is based on the best knowledge and the seller’s information. The advertised €-price depends on the daily £-rate and therefore can vary, contract directly between buyer & the seller in £-Stirling at his conditions. 

  • Details
    Year: 1998
    Mileage: 34500 Miles
    PRICE: £28,000

Studebaker Champion (1950) – immaculate 3 seater Business Coupe

  • Description

    A fabulous example of 1950’s Americana styling.  This beautiful classic was restored in the UK in 2007 and has had very little use since.

    This is the ultra, rare variant the ‘Studebaker Champion’ 3 passenger business coupe, only 1562 were manufactured for 1950.  This is the Q4 spec, known as the ‘custom’ which carried a price tag of $1,419 Dollars in 1950.  The more common 5 passenger Champion coupe had rear seats and a fully wrap around rear windshield, as opposed to the Business Coupe which featured a single window with central split, and of course the outrageously long rear trunk/deck lid which gave the Business Coupe its rather ‘From Another Planet!’ lines and looks.

     

    This example if fitted with the 3 on-the-tree 3 speed column change manual gearbox.

    Another interesting feature is the II clutch pedal starter system, the car is started by turning the ignition key on and then depressing and holding down the clutch pedal, which in turn pushes the floor mounted starter button, so together with manual choke, it does take a little time to acclimatize to its idiosyncrasies’. Once on the road the car drives beautifully.

    Imported from the USA in 2007 by well-known Custom Car Guru Andy Saunders. Restoration undertaken by its former owner who owned it from 2007 until February 2020, there are lots of photographs and various bills and documentation recoding a lot of the works here in the UK.

    The car was titled new in Keansburg, New Jersey August 29th 1950 to Mr Joseph Palisciano. The original certificate of title, certificate number 1708766 is in the document file. Other old USA documents point to it always being in the New Jersey area with 2 other names and address’ on file.

    The earlier USA history has yet to be researched. Inside the glove box even the original data sheet is still affixed some 70 years on!

    A great cruiser which runs beautifully, will be fully checked over and serviced on sale. No MOT or road tax required, inexpensive classic car insurance.

    THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN THE UK/ENGLAND and sold on behalf of the UK seller/owner. Initial communication organised by us with direct contact to the owner/seller once serious interest is confirmed. We can assist with the transport. The small print in large – always happy to answer any questions you may have. All offers are, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing, non-binding and subject to confirmation and to prior sale. All information given is based on the best knowledge and the seller’s information. The advertised €-price depends on the daily £-rate and therefore can vary, contract directly between buyer & the seller in £-Stirling at his conditions. 

  • Details
    Year: 1950
    Mileage: 9999 Miles
    PRICE: €29,500

Alfa Romeo GTV Conrero Challenge 3.0 V6 (1998) – 1 of 5 and only 24,900mls

  • Description

    This is #003 of 5 made Conrero Challenge 3.0V6 24V – one owner and ultra low 24,900mls on the clock. Comes with Japanese export certificate confirming the ultra low mileage – investment!!!

    THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN THE UK/ENGLAND and sold on behalf of the UK seller/owner. Initial communication organised by us with direct contact to the owner/seller once serious interest is confirmed. We can assist with the transport. The small print in large – always happy to answer any questions you may have. All offers are, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing, non-binding and subject to confirmation and to prior sale. All information given is based on the best knowledge and the seller’s information. The advertised €-price depends on the daily £-rate and therefore can vary, contract directly between buyer & the seller in £-Stirling at his conditions. 

  • Details
    Year: 1998
    Mileage: 24900 Miles
    PRICE: €33,990

Maserati 4200 F1 Cambiocorsa (2002) – 53,800mls

  • Description

    Low mileage LHD Maserati 4200 coupe cambiocorsa F1 with paddle shift , pearlescent paintwork , heated leather seats , stunning inside , outside and underside – Great service history consisting of 12 service entries

    THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN THE UK/ENGLAND and sold on behalf of the UK seller/owner. Initial communication organised by us with direct contact to the owner/seller once serious interest is confirmed. We can assist with the transport. The small print in large – always happy to answer any questions you may have. All offers are, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing, non-binding and subject to confirmation and to prior sale. All information given is based on the best knowledge and the seller’s information. The advertised €-price depends on the daily £-rate and therefore can vary, contract directly between buyer & the seller in £-Stirling at his conditions. 

  • Details
    Year: 2002
    Mileage: 53800 Miles
    PRICE: €17,500