Tojeiro-Butterworth

1956 Tojeiro-Butterworth AJB Sports Offered by Bonhams | Paris, France | February 8, 2018 Here is another one-off sports racing special carrying the name of John Tojeiro. In this case, Tojeiro wasn’t really involved with building the car at all. … Continue reading

Tojeiro-Climax Coupe

1958 Tojeiro-Climax Coupe Offered by H&H Classics | Epsom, U.K. | June 6, 2017 Almost every car built by John Tojeiro is a one-off. If he built cars in a series, it was usually a short series. Born in Portugal, … Continue reading

Tojeiro California

1959 Tojeiro California Offered by Russo & Steele | Monterey, California | August 18-20, 2016 John Tojeiro was born in Portugal but lived in England for most of his life. He began designing the racing cars that bore his name … Continue reading

Tojeiro EE

1962 Tojeiro EE Buick Coupe Offered by Bonhams | London, U.K. | December 1, 2013 Bonhams 2013 London sale has something amazing going for it: seven Ecuri Ecosse team cars and their famous team transporter are all being offered for sale. Let’s … Continue reading

Tojeiro Barchetta

1952 Tojeiro Barchetta Offered by Russo & Steele | Newport Beach, California | June 20-21, 201 John Tojeiro was born in Portugal but relocated to England when he was very young. That move was important because after World War II, … Continue reading

July 2017 Auction Highlights

July was a lull in the auction world between a packed June and an always-huge August. We start this with H&H Classics at the Imperial War Museum. The top seller at this sale was this 1929 Bugatti Type 44 Saloon … Continue reading

The Asteroid

1951 Tojeiro-JAP Offered by Silverstone Auctions | Silverstone, England | July 27, 2017 We’ve featured a number of Portugal-born John Tojeiro’s cars over the years. No two are quite alike, and this little race car is different from all of … Continue reading

June 2017 Auction Highlights, Pt. II

We’re back with more from June, starting with H&H Classics’ second June sale, this one held at Woodcote Park. The top seller was this 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage, featuring the world’s tallest antenna, which brought $317,992. The Tojeiro-Climax we … Continue reading