A Spaniard, two Brits and a German roll into a showroom...

Thank you! Last weekend we were pleased to welcome many familiar and new faces to our Marreyt Classic Car stand at Interclassics Brussels 2023.

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Our selection of cars clearly caught the eye, as several of our cars found new owners. We seized the opportunity to fill our stand with some new highlights from our stock. We would also like to introduce you to our new cars!

In the Marreyt Classic Car Experience Room in Knokke-Heist, we are currently presenting a very unique theme; find out more in this e-mail!

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1955 Pegaso Z-102 Touring Superleggera Berlinetta S2

Under the direction of the extremely talented engineer Wilfredo Ricart, Pegaso built a true technological masterpiece. A car that was accessible to a select few. Only 84 examples were built, 10 of them with a Touring Superleggera Series 2 body. The one presented here by us is perhaps the most original one of these.

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1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster OTS - Alloy Body

Initially, Jaguar had intended to build a limited edition sports car to introduce their new XK engine. Their engineers and designers sat together and the aluminium-bodied XK120 was the answer to their problem. Only 242 examples of this primal XK were built before the construction of steelbodied cars began. This pristine example was fully restored by Marreyt Classic Cars a few years ago and is now available from stock.


1956 Lotus XI S1 - Le Mans

The Lotus XI can be described as a lightweight and heavyweight at the same time. With a weight of around 450 kilograms, compact Coventry Climax 1100cc engine and full aluminium bodywork, this car is literally a lightweight. In terms of track record a heavyweight; despite its modest size, the Lotus XI achieved solid results among all kinds of big powerhouses at the Mille Miglia, Le Mans, Goodwood...


1973 Porsche 911E

In 1973, this blue 911E was delivered to its first owner in Belgium. Classic Porsche 911 look due to the beautiful fuchs rims and timeless colour, But under the bonnet this Porsche hides a significant upgrade. The original 2.4L 6-cylinder boxer engine was replaced by a rebuilt 3.2L one from the later Carrera with carburettors. However, the original engine was overhauled and neatly preserved.

New theme Marreyt Classic Car Experience Room

Welcome to come and discover yet another unique theme in our Experience Room in Knokke-Heist. This time, we selected a combination of two extremely rare Jaguar models. Both the Jaguar XK150 3.8S and the Mk V can be found here in a left-hand drive version Drophead Coupe that were produced in extremely low quantities.

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1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8S Drophead Coupe - 1 of 19 LHD built

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1950 Jaguar MK V Drophead Coupe - 1 of 12 LHD built