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Rubert RIDES - Showroom

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The showroom is a collection of vehicles currently available to Rubert RIDES for procurement and offer to our client base.  The selection includes our latest arrivals, however is not limited to only the vehicles you see here.  

Vintage & Classic Car's available for procurement from private classic & vintage vehicle collections and consignments.  The vehicles available on this page include the most sought after makes and models for sale currently.

Contact us directly for a special request for procurement.

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1960

Mercedes-Benz 190SL - Roadster

Specifications: 

Engine: 1.8l 4 cylinder
Gearbox: 4 speed manual
Extra's: Concourse level restoration

The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is a two-door roadster produced by Mercedes-Benz between May 1955 and February 1963. Internally referred to as the W121, it was first shown in prototype at the 1954 New York Auto Show, and was available with an optional removable hardtop.

The 190 SL presented an attractive, more affordable alternative to the exclusive Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, sharing its basic styling, engineering, detailing, and fully independent suspension. Both cars had double wishbones in the front and swing axles at the rear. Instead of the 300 SL's expensive purpose-built W198 tubular spaceframe the 190 SL rode on a shortened monocoque R121 platform modified from the W121 small saloon.

The 190 SL was powered by a new, slightly oversquare 104 hp 1.9 L straight-four SOHC engine. Based on the 300 SL's straight six, it had an unchanged 85 mm bore and 4.3 mm reduced 83.6 mm stroke, was fitted with twin-choke dual Solex carburetors, and produced 120 gross hp. In detuned form, it was later used in the W120 180 and W121 190 models.

The car was available either as a soft-top convertible or with removable hardtop. A small third-passenger transverse seat was optional. During its first years the 190 SL was available as a sports-racing model with small perspex windscreen and spartan one-piece leather covered bucket seats and aluminum doors. In 1959, the hardtop's rear window was enlarged.

This car for sale is a matching numbers car. It was imported into SA a few years ago from Germany, and was completely restored by a local specialist. It was restored using only new parts imported from Europe and is in immaculate overall condition. The original soft top is black and excellent, the car  has the 4 speed manual gearbox, and original radio in working condition.

The car looks and drives exceptionally well, and is a fantastic classic car to own and drive. A true collector car due to its originality and condition. Many more photos available on request.

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1975

Rolls Royce Corniche Coupe

Specifications: 

Engine: 6750cc V8
Gearbox: 3 speed Automatic
Extra's: Concourse Condition

The Rolls-Royce Corniche is a two-door, front-engine, rear wheel drive luxury car produced by Rolls-Royce Motors as a hardtop coupé from 1971 to 1980 and as a convertible from 1971 to 1995. The Corniche was a development of the Mulliner Park Ward two-door versions of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. These were designated as the 2-door Saloon and Drophead Coupé, introduced in 1965 and 1966 respectively. Production remained in London at Mulliner Park Ward, the new name was applied in March 1971. The Corniche draws its name from the French word corniche, a coastal road, especially along the face of a cliff, most notably the Grande Corniche along the French Riviera above the principality of Monaco.

The Corniche, available as coupé or convertible, used the standard Rolls-Royce V8 engine with an aluminium-silicon alloy block and aluminium cylinder heads with cast iron wet cylinder liners. Twin SU carburettors were initially fitted, but were replaced with a single Solex 4A1 four-barrel carburetor introduced in 1977'
 
A three-speed automatic transmission (a Turbo Hydramatic 400 sourced from General Motors) was standard. A four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs was augmented with a hydraulic self-levelling system (using the same system as did Citroën, but without pneumatic springs, and with the hydraulic components built under licence by Rolls-Royce), at first on all four, but later on the rear wheels only. Four wheel disc brakes were specified, with ventilated discs added for 1972.
 
The Corniche received a mild restyling in the spring of 1977. Difference included rack-and-pinion steering, alloy and rubber bumpers, aluminium radiator, oil cooler and a bi-level air conditioning system was added. Later changes included a modified rear independent suspension in March 1979. In March 1981, after the Silver Spirit had gone on sale, the Coupé version of the Corniche and its Bentley sister were discontinued. For 1985 there were also cosmetic and interior changes.
 
Production totaled 1090 Rolls-Royce Corniche Saloons, 3239 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertibles, 69 Bentley Corniche Saloons and 77 Bentley Corniche Convertibles.

We are very pleased to offer this exceptional Rolls Royce Corniche Coupe for sale. A very clean car with only 87,000 miles from new, there are only a few Corniche Coupe's in SA, and this is a fine specimen indeed. 

Finished in Metallic Dark Grey  with Ox Blood leather Interior, this car has a fantastic colour combination. The interior offsets the colour of the exterior beautifully. The car comes with all the standard features you would expect in a Rolls, including its tools, jack and owners manual. The car has a file of invoices for work done and ownership history. The car has been recently serviced and is absolutely ready to go. The AC was serviced and works perfectly, all electrics are working as they should. 

The Corniche offers a full 4 seat coupe with great style and sporting grace. A Rolls Royce will always get an appreciative glance from passers by, and although very few people will actually know what a Corniche is worth, everyone knows class and style when they see it.

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1979

Ferrari 308 GTS

Specifications: 

Engine: 3L V8
Gearbox: 5 speed Manual
Extra's: Concourse Rare Carb Version

The Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS were built by Ferrari from 1975 to 1985. The 308 replaced the Dino 246 GT and GTS in 1975 and was updated as the 328 in 1985. 

The 308's have a mid-engined 3 liter V8 configuration with two-seats. They were built on a tube frame with separate body. The 308 GTB/GTS and GT4 were mechanically similar, and also shared much with the original Dino. Both 308s sit on the same tube platform, however the GT4—being a 2+2—has a longer wheelbase. The engine was a V8 of a 90 degree configuration, with two belt-driven overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. It was transversely mounted in unit with the transaxle transmission assembly, which was below and to the rear of the engine's sump. All models used a fully synchromesh 5-speed "dog-leg" manual gearbox and a clutch-type limited slip differential. Suspension was all-independent, comprising double wishbones, coaxial coil springs and hydraulic dampers, and anti-roll bars on both axles; four wheel vented disc brakes were also fitted. Steering was unassisted rack and pinion.

The 308's body was designed by Pininfarina's Leonardo Fioravanti, who had been responsible for some of Ferrari's most celebrated shapes to date such as the Daytona, the Dino and the Berlinetta Boxer. The 308 used elements of these shapes to create something very much in contrast with the angular Bertone-designed GT4. GTS models featured a removable roof panel with grained satin black finish, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use.

The 308 we have for sale has a fantastic story attached to it. We found the car in 2014 and sold it the next year to the present owner. When he first saw the car, he recognized it as the same car he owned as (much) younger man in the 1980's. The car was featured in the Classic and Performance Car Africa magazine 

This car is still all matching numbers and is in excellent condition. It has been lovingly maintained by local Ferrari Specialists and has done many long runs and is used regularly. Carb 308's don't come up often and this is definitely the one to own.

1965

Ford Mustang - Convertible

Specifications: 

Engine: 289ci V8
Gearbox: Automatic
Extra's: Concourse level restoration

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1969

Porsche 911 E 2.2L

Specifications: 

Engine: 2.2L (901 5 speed)
Gearbox: Manual
Extra's: Concourse Condition

The Porsche 911 C series was introduced in August 1969 and featured an enlarged 2.2-litre engine. Porsche improved the engines by increasing displacement to 2.2 liters and power increasing across the range. The Porsche 911T saw power reach 123 hp) while the 911E got 153 hp. The top of the range 911S was a strong 180hp. Power isn’t everything of course with performance close across all models. The decision was also made to increase the wheelbase of the 911 because of the 911’s instability when running wide open at full throttle. Fuel injection was introduced to the 911S and a new mid-level Porsche 911 was introduced.

The 65 Mustang needs no introduction. Mustang is a brand that has become a worldwide name made famous by many movies as well as their very strong fan base. The Convertible 1965 I would say is one of those iconic machines especially red like “Mustang Sally”. Now, this is a very special car. She has had a complete redo this includes a stunning Candy Apple Red Paint Job, fully rebuilt Auto Gearbox, a completely rebuilt motor, and Best of all a class-leading custom Interior. The interior and Rockford sound system in an exquisite boot installation is something to behold. She runs on a set of 18” front and 20” rear Chrome US Mags that just pop the paint making it that much more special. This is a car to have fun, be seen in and if you like Custom cars then this cannot be beaten.

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1989

Rolls Royce Corniche II Drophead

Specifications: 

Engine: 6750cc V8
Gearbox: 3 speed Automatic
Extra's: Concourse Condition

The Rolls-Royce Corniche is a two-door, front-engine, rear wheel drive luxury car produced by Rolls-Royce Motors as a hardtop coupé from 1971 to 1980 and as a convertible from 1971 to 1995.
The Corniche was a development of the Mulliner Park Ward two-door versions of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. These were designated as the 2-door Saloon and Drophead Coupé, introduced in 1965 and 1966 respectively. Production remained in London at Mulliner Park Ward, the new name was applied in March 1971.
The Corniche draws its name from the French word corniche, a coastal road, especially along the face of a cliff, most notably the Grande Corniche along the French Riviera above the principality of Monaco.

The Corniche II name was applied for the United States market from 1986 and for other markets from 1988. Anti-lock brakes were added for 1988, but air bags would not be available until the Corniche III. Also new for 1988 were some detail changes to the interior. Later in 1988 there was also a new reverse warning lens type and pattern around the rear license plate, as well as newly designed seats and redesigned instrumentation. 

We are very pleased to offer this exceptional Rolls Royce Corniche II for sale. A very clean car with only 87,000 miles from new, there are only 3 Corniche II's in SA, and this is fine specimen

Finished in Cream with Magnolia Interior, brown carpets, Brown top roll and (new) brown soft top, this car has a fantastic colour combination. The light interior is in good condition and a great colour for the warm South African climate. The car comes with all the standard features you would expect in a Rolls. Only 1,234 examples of the Corniche II were produced

This car comes with an owners manual and some service history. The car has been recently serviced and is absolutely ready to go. The AC was serviced and works perfect, all electrics are working as they should. The soft top is new and works perfectly. 

The Corniche offers a full 4 seat convertible with great style and grace. A Rolls Royce will always get an appreciative glance from passers by, and although very few people will actually know what a Corniche is worth, everyone knows class and style when they see it.

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1984

Ferrari Mondial QV Spider

Specifications: 

Engine: 3L V8
Gearbox: 5 speed MANUAL
Extra's: Concourse Condition

The Mondial is a mid-enginedV8-powered grand tourer which was produced by Ferrari between 1980 and 1993. Offered in both coupé and cabriolet bodystyles, it replaced the Ferrari 308/208 GT4 coupé and remained the last V8-engined 2+2 model Ferrari produced until the Ferrari California convertible and GTC4 Lusso coupé were released in 2008 and 2016 respectively.

The Mondial name (French for world or global) originated from Ferrari's motor racing history — the 500 Mondial was a successful lightweight sports racer of the early 1950s which was named to celebrate Ferrari's consecutive Formula 1 World Championships in 1952 and 1953. The name was revived as Ferrari won the Formula 1 World Championships in 1975, 1976, 1977, and 1979.

​Conceived as a 'practical' Ferrari, the Mondial is a genuine long-distance four-seater, with sufficient rear head- and leg-room for children and smaller adults. It affords easy access via the long single doors, and has surprisingly good all-round visibility for a mid-engined car. The vehicle has a slightly higher roofline and greater all-round dimensions compared to its two-seater stable mates, resulting in a comparative weight penalty of around ten percent.

The Mondial cabriolets are the only production vehicles manufactured to a four-seaterrear mid-engined, full-convertible design by any manuafacturer in the world. 

This car has only ever had 3 previous owner with a full documented history and includes owners handbook, service history, and invoices work dating back to the 80's. It has been repainted at some stage and the soft top is new, however the interior is original and very good. It has recently had a major service including cam belts and all suspension rubbers, shocks etc.The car has tools, original 15.5 inch rims and Michelin TRX tires plus brand new Ferrari Mondial 16inch rims and tires.

Ferrari only ever made 629 Spiders, and of these, only 24 in RHD. A rare and collectible Ferrari and one of only a few in SA. 

1958

Pontiac Bonneville Sports Coupe Fuel Injection

Specifications: 

Engine: 300hp fuel injection
Gearbox: Automatic
Extra's: Concourse Condition

1958 Pontiac Bonneville Sports Coupe
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Up for sale is most likely the best Pontiac Bonneville in the world, meticulously restored with no expenses spared.

1958 Pontiac Bonneville Sports Coupe Fuel injection.

She is beyond eye catching. She is perfect in every way.

Fully registered.

This car is just breathtakingly beautiful, exceptionally rare with only 200 ever built in the fuel injection version.

It’s a 50 year anniversary car as well for the General Motors Brand.

“Being the 50th Anniversary “Golden Jubilee” for Pontiac, they pulled out all the stops. This was, long time GM styling chief, Harley Earl's final statement before his retirement."

This setup included 10.5:1 compression ratio cylinder heads and gave 310 hp at 4800 rpm. Pontiac experts believe that 200 Bonnevilles carried this option. A Bonneville hardtop with the 300-hp engine was road tested by a magazine. Zero-to-60 mph took 7.6 seconds and the quarter-mile took 16 seconds.

•             Extremely rare fuel-injected engine, the most powerful of 1958

•             Concourse-quality restoration

•             Numerous options and accessories

Rochester fuel-injection was a $500 option

Memory seat, Aircon, Power Steering , Bucket Seats

The photos just don’t do this car justice.

To celebrate General Motors’ 50th anniversary, a Tri-Power Bonneville convertible was picked to be the Official Pace Car for the Indy 500 race in May 1958

The 1958 Bonneville’s are rarities unto themselves, few more so than this fuel-injected beauty.

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