Stand features a 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.8 RS Clubsport, a 1983 Porsche 911 SC Sport Targa, a 1979 Ferrari 512 BB, a 1993 Porsche 928 GTS and a 2003 BMW M3 ConvertibleHexagon Chairman Paul Michaels is also appearing as a guest on the Interview Stage at the inaugural event, which is being held at Alexandra Palace from October 30th to November 1st
Leading London classic car dealer Hexagon is appearing at the inaugural Classic & Sports Car – The London Show this weekend with a full stand of the finest classic and modern classic cars.
Star of the Hexagon stand is a 1995 Porsche 911 (993) Carrera 3.8 RS Clubsport in Grand Prix White exterior and contrasting black cloth interior. With just 20,400 miles on the clock, the left-hand-drive car is in exceptional condition and is in original factory RS specification.
It is joined by an incredible 1983 Porsche 911 SC Sport Targa with just 8,100 miles on the clock. This Guards Red and Pasha interior car is in immaculate condition, having undergone a full recommissioning. Another remarkably low mileage Porsche is a 1993 928 5.4 GTS with just 14,250 miles, which is painted Amazon Green metallic and features a full leather interior, GTS alloy wheels and an automatic gearbox.
Hexagon is also very proud to present a 1979 Ferrari 512 BB in Argento Auteuil metallic paint with Nero Leather interior. One of just 101 UK right-hand-drive cars supplied, it was sold new by Lancaster Garage Colchester and carries a complete service history warranting its 44,080 miles.
As London’s only Lotus dealer, Hexagon is also delighted to show one of the best models from the maker’s line-up: an Evora 400. This particular 2015 65-plate car has covered just 520 miles and is presented in menacing Black Metallic paint with Black leather interior.
Finally, last but by no means least, is a 2003 BMW E46 M3 Convertible. This SMG transmission-equipped model has covered just 23,300 miles and is in sensational condition with unmarked black Nappa leather matching the Carbon Metallic paintwork.
Hexagon chairman, Paul Michaels, fresh from an appearance on the show’s Interview Stage, said: “We’re delighted to be taking part in a new and exciting London classic car show, sharing our range of classic and modern classic cars with new customers and old friends.
“It’s great to be exhibiting at a north London landmark such as Alexandra Palace too. The area has a rich motoring history as the original Lotus workshops and showroom were located just a stone’s throw away in Hornsey. As London’s only Lotus dealer, and with our headquarters in nearby Fortis Green, it’s brilliant to put on such a focus in the local area.
“Classic & Sports Car magazine has done a fantastic job in bringing this event together and our stand has been full all day, which bodes well for the weekend ahead.”