This 1974 Porsche 911 was built into an RSR tribute over the span of two years, including a dual plug 2.8-liter flat-six built by Paul Willison. 917-style brakes were also installed along with a front coilover suspension and a custom interior. The car has been driven less than 600 miles since the build was completed four years ago.
This 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SE coupe was acquired by the current owner for his collection in 2016. A $61k cosmetic restoration was performed in the 1990s, and an additional $10k was spent on rebuilds of the 2.2-liter inline-six and 4-speed automatic at around the same time. More recent maintenance included a $7,700 service in March 2018.
This 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto was a black-plate California car until early 2012 and is powered by a 1600cc twin-cam four paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The seller has added 4k miles and recent service included new shocks and floor repairs along with oil/filter changes. The car is sold with partial records and tools.
This 1970 Porsche 914-6 is finished in Tangerine over black and was purchased by the seller five years ago. The numbers-matching 2.0-liter flat-six has since been reinstalled following a top end rebuild. The suspension and brakes were also gone through as described below, and the seller has added approximately 8k miles to the odometer.
This 1984 BMW M635CSi is a European-spec model finished in Hennarot over Pearl Beige leather, and shows 85k miles. The car was imported into the US in 1985, and is powered by an M88 inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Bilstein shocks and a stainless exhaust have been added. Service records cover from the mid-1990s to present.
This 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster, chassis #83337, is an unrestored example finished in correct white over black that is powered by a non-matching 1600cc flat-four. Purchased on BaT in April of 2017, since then it has been stored in Hawthorne, California. This Speedster is being sold with a clean California title.
The 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a 4-speed example that was acquired by the seller 36 years ago from the original owner. The car retains its numbers-matching 350ci V8 which was rebuilt by the seller, and additional work includes a new clutch and exhaust, bare metal repaint and wheel refinishing in the correct factory colors.
This 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S is finished in black over black and shows just 33,500 miles. The seller is the second owner and acquired the car in 201. The 3.6-liter flat-six sends power to all four wheels through a 6-speed manual, and factory options include a rear window wiper, the Motor Sound Package, a fully powered driver’s seat, and more.
This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette convertible was recently refurbished with body repairs and an original-color repaint as well as cooling, braking, and suspension overhauls. It is equipped with a numbers-matching 327ci L75 V8 and 4-speed manual gearbox as well as a hardtop. The car is offered by its owner of 12 years with records, books, and a cover.
This 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe is finished in Guards Red over Cashmere and remained with the original owner until 2016. The car has just 11,624 miles, and the 3.6-liter flat-six is paired with a 6-speed manual and an optional LSD. A $6,200 service was completed by Porsche of Ocala in April 2017 less than 400 miles ago.
This 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena is finished in Giallo over black and is equipped with a 6-speed manual. The seller acquired the car in 2016 and has since added 700 of the 11,700 indicated miles. Service in 2017 included new belts, cam cover seals, spark plugs, and tensioner bearings, as well as rebuilding the water pump.
This 1975 Lamborghini Urraco is one of just 21 Tipo 111 P250 cars built for the US market and is powered by a mid-mounted 2.5-liter V8 paired with a 5-speed manual. A top end engine rebuild was performed in 2016 following a decade of storage with the long-term previous owner, and the braking system and wheels were refreshed in 2017.
This 2000 BMW Z8 was purchased new by the current owner and is finished in Titanium Silver Metallic over black. It features a black convertible top and a body-color hardtop, and power comes from a n S62 V8 mated to a 6-speed manual. Modifications include a set of 20″ Alpina wheels, Alpina suspension, and a Meisterschaft exhaust.
This Austin-Healey 100 BN1 roadster is a recently-restored example that took First in Class at the 33rd Annual South Central British Car Gathering in April 2018. Power is from a rebuilt 2.6L inline-four paired with a 3-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. The car is offered with restoration photos and a BMIHT certificate.
This 1997 Land Rover Defender 90 was purchased new in California and is #1,053 out of 1,499 soft top examples built for the NA market that year. A 2″ Old Man Emu suspension lift has been added along with black diamond plate panels, an aftermarket brush guard, and a Badger GK II soft top.
This 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is #379 of 500 examples produced and is finished in Guards Red over a black/red interior. Factory options consist of additional interior carbon trim, Sport Chrono Plus, PCM with navigation, and more. The car was purchased new in Kansas and remained with the original owner until being acquired by the selling dealer.
This 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint is a 101 Normale powered by a 1300cc twin-cam four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The car has been subtly modified for drivability to include front disc brakes, a Weber carburetor conversion, and Koni shocks.
This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger was purchased by the seller two years ago and is equipped with a 260ci V8, a removable hardtop, Nardi steering wheel, Panasports, and a Holley carb. It received a repaint in Carnival Red while with a previous owner along with a new Robinson soft top, fresh carpeting, a trunk panel kit, new shocks, and a new exhaust.
This 1967 Porsche 912 Targa is a soft-window example finished in Golden Green and equipped with its original 1582cc flat-four and a 5-speed manual gearbox. Reportedly a Midwest car prior to its acquisition in 2014, it has been repainted and fitted with upgraded Solex carburetors. The car is sold with a Porsche CoA and partial records.
This 1993 Mazda RX-7 Touring is finished in Vintage Red over black leather and is described as a completely stock example with just 16,800 original miles. Power comes from a 13B-REW sequentially-turbocharged 1.3-liter rotary paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. A clear Carfax accompanies the sale.
This 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo is a German-market example finished in black over black leather that was imported to the US when new. It now shows just 19,538 miles and is powered by the numbers-matching turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six, which is mated to the original 4-speed manual transaxle. Sport seats and an electric sliding sunroof were optioned from the factory along with a limited-slip differential, while modifications include a front strut tower brace, aftermarket exhaust, Clarion head unit, and more as described below. The selling dealer acquired the car three months ago, and recent service included an oil change and valve adjustment, as well as new spark plugs. This 930 is now being offered with an accident-free Carfax, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and a clean Texas title.
This 2005 Honda S2000 is finished in Rio Yellow Pearl over a black leather interior and shows just 45k miles. The car was purchased six months ago by the seller from the estate of its previous owner and has since been driven approximately 600 miles. Power is from a 2.2-liter VTEC inline-four linked to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox and a factory limited-slip differential. Recent maintenance included an oil change, fresh battery, and new filters. This AP2 S2000 is offered with factory books and keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clear Utah title in the seller’s name.
This 1953 Volkswagen Beetle was reportedly sold new in Colombia and owned in Medellin, where it was refurbished and equipped with a larger flat-four. Purchased by the seller’s father about three years ago, the car was imported to the US in 2017. It has been with the seller for about a year and has been taken to several Cars & Coffee events as well as the annual Florida VolksBlast show. The body is finished in black and the tan interior has been redone. The car is sold with DOT and import documentation, as well as a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.
This 2008 Porsche Boxster RS60 Spyder has 54,730 miles and is #60 of 1,960 cars built worldwide to commemorate the silver 1960 Porsche 718 RS60 Spyder driven by Hans Herrmann and Olivier Gendebien to Porsche’s first overall victory at the 1960 12 Hours of Sebring. Cosmetic touches unique to the modern RS60 include GT Silver paint, restyled bumpers, all-red taillights, a black windshield surround, 19″ SportDesign wheels, wheel spacers, Carrera Red full leather upholstery, and several other interior alterations. The 3.4-liter flat-six was increased in output to 303 horsepower thanks to a factory sport exhaust system, and it is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Porsche Active Stability Management (PASM) is standard for the RS60. The selling dealer states that this particular car has been kept stock, and it is now being offered on behalf of the current owner with some service records, a clear Carfax, and a clean Florida title.
This 1991 BMW 325i is a late-model convertible equipped with a Euro-spec 3.0L S50B30 inline-six mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential. The powertrain conversion was carried out in 2011 along with the installation of new upholstery, an M3 wiring harness, and more. Additional modifications include H&R springs, Bilstein shocks, Alpina-style wheels, a Magnaflow exhaust, and an ECU reflash. A repaint was performed in March 2017, after which a new convertible top, clutch, and battery were fitted. This E30 is offered by the seller on behalf of his uncle with a handful of records, a clean Carfax, and a clean New York title.
This 1988 Chevrolet Suburban is a rear-wheel drive example that was sold new at Shelor Chevrolet in Christiansburg, Virginia, and remained with the family of its original owner until it was acquired by the seller eight months ago. Power is from a 454ci V8 which was rebuilt by the seller shortly after his purchase and is mated with a 3-speed automatic transmission. Modifications include removal of the secondary air injection pump and EGR valve, while additions from past ownership consist of a period trailer brake controller and tinted windows. Approximately 1,500 miles have been driven since completion of the rebuild, and the truck is offered at no reserve with a window sticker and sales receipt, a Carfax report, and a branded Ohio title.
This 1978 MGB roadster was originally purchased in California and modified by a previous owner in 1997 with an aluminum 215ci Oldsmobile V8 and Borg Warner T5 5-speed manual transmission. The car was relocated to Michigan in 2009 and spent several years in storage before being purchased by the seller a year ago. Approximately 500 miles have been added since a recent refurbishment with fresh paint, rebuilt brakes and suspension, a new carburetor and aluminum radiator, and more. This MGB is offered with a clean Michigan title in the seller’s name.
This Austin-Healey 100 is a recently restored left-hand drive BN1 roadster finished in Coronet Cream over red leather. The car reportedly passed through several owners before being disassembled in 1962, and was acquired as a project by the seller in 2014. A body-off restoration was undertaken beginning in 2016, and the car was awarded a First in Class at the 33rd Annual South Central British Car Gathering in April 2018. Power is from a matching-numbers 2.6L inline-four mated to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. This BN1 has been driven approximately 500 miles since the rebuild and is now for sale with a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate and a clean North Carolina title.
This 1974 Porsche 911 was acquired by the current owner five years ago and was subsequently built into an RSR tribute over the span of two years. A repaint in white with blue accents was performed following the addition of fender flares and a ducktail spoiler, among other exterior modifications. A roll bar has been fitted inside along with rebuilt gauges, RSR-style seats, 4-point harnesses, and much more. Power comes from a dual plug 2.8-liter flat-six that was built by Paul Willison and is mated to a 915 5-speed manual transmission. 917-style brakes were also installed in addition to a front-mounted oil cooler, adjustable rear springs plates, a front coilover suspension setup, aftermarket sway bars, and chassis bracing in the front trunk. The car has been driven less than 600 miles since the build was completed four years ago, and a May 2018 service included a new fan belt and fluid changes. This 911 is now offered by a representative of the current owner’s collection with a clean Florida title.
This Dodge Neon SRT-4 was driven in the Speed World Challenge from 2006-2008 by Robb Holland and was supported by the factory and 3R Racing of Englewood, Colorado. Its last race was at Road America in August 2008. The car was then repainted from its original red and white Mopar livery to the present blue, and it subsequently ran a single NASA track day. The turbocharged 2.4L inline-four sends power to the front wheels via a 5-speed manual transaxle equipped with a limited-slip differential. Competition modifications include a full roll cage tied into the unibody, MoTeC data logger and display, Brembo brakes, Ron Davis radiator, a fire suppression system, and much more. This Neon SRT-4 is now being offered at no reserve out of Colorado with a bill of sale.
This 1972 Plymouth ‘Cuda is a partially refurbished example that was reportedly purchased from its original owner by the seller, with whom it has spent the last 21 years. The car wears a 1972 donor body and its 340ci V8 was rebuilt in approximately 1999 according to the seller. Additional equipment consists of a replacement 727 Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission, 3.55:1 Sure-Grip differential, and modifications including a shift kit, transmission cooler, high-RPM stall converter, and aftermarket exhaust parts. An oil change was recently completed and the car is offered with records from current ownership as well as a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.
This 1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler was purchased by the seller 18 months ago from its previous owner in Austin, Texas. The truck had been kept mostly stock and was towed to Colorado annually behind the previous owner’s motor home. After bringing the Jeep back to Austin, the seller decided to thoroughly refurbish and modify it to the tune of spending $27,426.78 on upgrades. All associated receipts accompany the sale. Highlights include a repaint in Anvil Gray, HID headlights, a body lift, Bilstein shocks and various upgraded suspension components, Warn bumpers, a Smittybilt front winch, new 17″ Method wheels with BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, a refreshed interior with an all-new A/C system, and more. Power comes from a rebuilt fuel-injected 360ci V8 paired to a Torqueflite automatic transmission. This Scrambler has been driven just 254 miles since the refresh was completed, and is now being offered with the aforementioned receipts and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.
This Porsche 930 is listed without a model year, but that info isn’t as relevant as it might have been before the car gave up its rear-mounted flat-six for a front-mounted SBC. The engine displaces 358ci and is reportedly good for 626 HP, while a 250 HP shot of nitrous brings output to nearly 900. Built for the drag strip, the car puts power down through a high-stall TH350 and modified 9″ Ford rear end, and while it certainly won’t please air-cooled Porsche fans, the build actually looks better than we first expected, and with a few relatively small changes it could be reverted to a nearly-stock exterior appearance. Find it here on Race Cars Direct in Birmingham, England for 60k GBP (~$86k USD today).
This 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena was originally sold in New Jersey and remained on the East Coast until moving to California in 2014. The seller acquired the car in 2016 and has since added 700 of the 11,700 indicated miles. This 360 is finished in Giallo over a black leather interior with color matching piping, and power comes from a 3.6-liter DOHC V8 mated to a gated 6-speed manual transaxle. Service in June 2017 included new belts, cam cover seals, spark plugs, and tensioner bearings, as well as rebuilding the water pump. The car is now being offered in San Francisco with a clear Carfax, some records, a cover, the original keys, and clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1972 BMW 2002 is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission and was acquired by the seller over seven years ago from its reported second owner out of Tennessee. The 2.0L inline-four has since been rebuilt, and a new clutch and Weber 38 DGES carburetor were also installed along with a new headliner and carpets. It has reportedly been kept in storage and driven sparingly since completion of the work. More recently, the car received a tune-up and was fitted with new tires, wheel cylinders, front brake calipers, and battery. This 2002 is now being offered for sale at no reserve with some records and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.
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