This 1973 Alfa Romeo GT Junior was sold new in Switzerland and reportedly exported to the US in the early 2000s. Power is from a 1,570cc twin-cam four mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The seller acquired the car two years ago and has since added three-point seat belts, fresh Vredestein tires, Carello driving lights, and a Euro-style air cleaner.
This 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 shows 71k miles and is finished in Black over a Black leather interior with Rootwood trim. The car spent time in New Mexico and chicago before its purchase by the previous owner who brought it to Canada in 2007. The seller acquired the car six years ago and has added approximately 12k miles since.
This 1961 MGA Coupe was reportedly restored by Cool & Vintage while in Portugal and was imported into the US by the seller in 2015. Power comes from a 1588cc four backed by a four-speed manual transmission. 750 miles have been driven by the seller, who had transmssion synchros replaced and changed the oil annually.
This 1996 Ferrari F355 GTS shows just under 37k miles and is powered by a 3.5-liter DOHC V8 mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Finished in yellow over black leather, this example had been modified with Fabspeed headers, a lightweight clutch and flywheel, a Capristo bypass valve, 18″ Challenge wheels, and more.
This 1982 Porsche 911SC Targa was first sold in Independence, Missouri and has remained in the Kansas City and Columbia area since. The car was pulled out of storage by the seller after sitting untouched for the last seven years, and has been serviced with a valve clearance check and new filters, fluids, spark plugs, wires, cap, and rotor.
This 1988 BMW M5 is one of 1,340 examples produced for the North American market and is equipped with an S38B35 inline-six mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Euro bumpers, lights, and trim were fitted during a two-stage repaint that was performed last year, and the interior has been reupholstered in new tan leather.
This 2005 Vanquish S shows 44,889 miles and was ordered new through Aston Martin of New England. The car is finished in Jet Black over an Obsidian Black leather cabin and is powered by a 6.0-liter V-12 paired to a 6-speed automated manual transmission. The car received a mechanical service in March 2018 with OEM parts.
This 1999 Honda Civic Si shows just 12,190 miles and has been in North Carolina since new. The seller purchased the car in February 2018 from the original owner, and it is finished in Electron Blue over grey cloth. Power comes from B16A2 VTEC inline-four, and recent dealer servicing included a new timing belt, water pump, and tensioners.
This 1981 Citroën 2CV6 Spécial was imported from Marseilles, France by the seller when he moved to the US in 2017. The original owner kept the car until 1998, when the seller’s friend bought it and commissioned a restoration in 2005. Over €5k was spent on parts for refurbishment in 2016.
This 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL shows 37k miles and is equipped with a 3.8L V8 and 4-speed automatic transmission. The car was recently traded to the selling dealer for the second time after 20 years with its second owner. An inspection, oil change, and tire rotation have since been performed. The sale includes a hardtop and a clean Carfax report.
This 1984 Porsche 944 was purchased by the seller five years ago and subsequently built into a street-legal track car. The 2.5-liter inline-four was rebuilt to stock specs and sends power to a 5-speed manual transaxle. A new clutch was also installed, much of the suspension was rebuilt, the brakes were gone through, and a repaint was conducted.
This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette is powered by a numbers-matching L68 427ci Tri-Power V8 paired to a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. The seller acquired the car in 2005 and has since added 5k of its 79k indicated miles. This C3 is described as largely stock and received a new clutch and pilot bearing eight years ago.
This Alfa Romeo 164 is said to be one of 75 Quadrifoglio sedans sold new in the US for 1995, the final year the model was imported here. This example was repainted in 2005 and is powered by a replacement 3.0L 24-valve V6 coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission. It has been with the current owner for seven years and 6,300 miles.
This 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet shows just over 22k miles and is equipped with the X50 Turbo Power Package, an option which boosted peak output to 444 horsepower from the factory. Service records are provided from 2010 on and show completion of a 90k-mile service and inspection. The car is offered with owner’s books and a Porsche CoA.
This 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL was sold new in Iowa and reportedly remained with its original owner until 2002. The car was subsequently repainted and given a new soft top as well as undergoing further work totaling over $89k in records according to the selling dealer. It is sold with a matching factory hard top.
This 1976 Fiat X1/9 shows just under 25k miles and is powered by a mid-mounted 1.3-liter inline-four paired with a four-speed manual. The car was acquired by the seller out of Missouri in 2017, and maintenance performed since included a new battery, new tires, and fluid changes.
This 1989 Merkur XR4Ti comes from the final year of production and shows just under 72k miles. Finished in Rosso Red, it reportedly remained with its original owner for 25 years. The car is equipped with a 2.3L turbocharged inline-four mated to an automatic transmission and is said to appear stock throughout.
This 1965 Triumph Spitfire was kept by its original owner until his passing, when it was stored until 2005. It is equipped with its original 1,147cc four and a rebuilt 4-speed gearbox as well as a heater, windscreen washer, and tonneau. Recent work included a new clutch, starter, and fuel pump. The car is sold with records and a BMIHT certificate.
This 1993 Mercedes-Benz S600 was imported from Poland to the US in 2000 after being updated to conform with US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. The car features a grey cloth interior and is powered by a 6.0L V12 mated with an automatic transmission. Recent service included a new power steering pump, transmission gasket, filters, and brakes.
This 2003 Honda S2000 was purchased new by the seller from Landmark Honda of Alexandria, Virginia until 2007 and has since moved to California and Colorado. Finished in Sebring Silver Metallic over a red leather interior, the car features a black soft top and currently shows just over 51,300 miles.
This 1996 Mercedes-Benz SL500 shows just over 5k miles and is one of 40 cars made by Mercedes to act as open parade cars for the inaugural US 500 race. This example was owned by Roger Penske and displayed from 1996 until 2006, when it was purchased by the current owner with 300 miles.
This 2006 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet shows just 42,698 miles and was recently acquired by the selling dealer. Finished in black over standard black leather, the car is powered by a 3.8L M97 flat-six paired to a 6-speed manual transaxle, and is said to remain unmodified.
These 15″ Fuchs wheels measure 6″ in width and are said to be unrestored, with a dull polish on the spokes and fading to the black paint. Date stamps from 1970 can be seen on each wheel along with part number 901 361 012 06. This set of four Deep Sixes is now being offered at no reserve.
This 1985 Audi Ur-Quattro is equipped with a turbocharged 2.1L inline-five sending power to all four wheels through a 5-speed manual gearbox. Modifications include a short shifter, Euro headlights, and 4-piston front brakes. Recent work involved a rebuilt steering rack as well a new clutch hydraulics. The car is sold with records and literature.
This 1962 MG Midget was sold new in Alberta and stored by its original owner for 40 years. Power is from a 948cc four mated with a 4-speed manual gearbox and a service in 2014 included brake and fuel system work. The car was purchased by the seller from a 2015 BaT auction and has been stored since. It is offered with manuals and partial records.
This 1953 Jaguar XK120 roadster was discovered in a Montana barn by the seller in 1982. A subsequent partial restoration involved a repaint and installation of a later XK140 straight-six, which is paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The believed-original engine and transmission are included in the sale along with records from 1982 onward.
This 1985 BMW M635CSi is a European-market example showing just under 87k miles. A mechanical refresh totalling over $15k was conducted in November 2015 by Guten Parts of New Jersey. Work included a suspension overhaul, engine rebuild, a new clutch, and more.
This 1975 Porsche 911S coupe shows under 38k miles and is finished in Bitter Chocolate Brown over a Cinnamon interior. It was sold new at Irmer Volkswagen in Rochester, New York and reportedly remained with the original owner until 2013. Power comes from the original 2.7-liter flat-six, and service records dating back to new are included.
This 1992 Mercedes-Benz 500E was originally sold in New Jersey and acquired in 2002 by the second owner. Finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic over black, the car shows 62,500 miles and was purchased a year ago by the seller. 3k miles have since been added, and the car is said to be stock apart from an aftermarket stereo and Euro headlights.
This 1995 Range Rover TWR was acquired by the seller in fall 2017 with 52k indicated miles. Power is supplied to all four wheels by a 3.9L V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Recent work included a partial repaint as well as a new battery and headliner. The sale includes a window sticker and clean Carfax report.
This 1986 Dodge D150 is a RWD pickup that remained in California until coming to Oregon in 2015. Power is from a 318ci V8 backed by a 727 automatic transmission. The seller has lowered the suspension, applied bed liner, replaced power steering hoses, and repaired the factory AM radio. The sale includes a clean Carfax and recent records.
This 1992 BMW 318i convertible spent the majority of its life in Indianapolis, Indiana and is finished in red over tan sport seats with a black soft top. It is powered by a 1.8L M42 inline-four paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, and currently shows just under 63k indicated miles.
This 1982 Mercedes-Benz 300TD Turbo was purchased from the original California owner two years ago and is said to have been garage kept since new. 2,400 of the indicated 250k miles have been added by the seller. The 3.0-liter inline-five is said to be original to the car, and it is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
This 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S coupe shows just 16k miles and is equipped with a 3.8L flat-six mated to a 7-speed double-clutch PDK gearbox. A March 2017 service conducted at 13k miles included a new cabin filter, air filter, fluid flushes, an oil change, and fresh rear tires.
This 2002 Turbo is one of 1,672 examples built and is finished in Chamonix White. It was delivered new in Verona, Italy and is optioned with a rear window defroster. The numbers-matching M10 turbo four is paired to a close-ratio 5-speed gearbox, and 2002-2004 restoration is detailed in the listing.
This 2001 Acura Integra GS-R shows 137k miles and is finished in Black Nighthawk Pearl over black leather. Power comes from a 1.8L VTEC inline-four paired to a 5-speed manual, and the service history file documents a recent timing belt and water pump replacement. Modifications include a cold air intake, header, and rear sway bar.
This 1985 Porsche 928S is a 5-speed example that was sold new in Las Vegas and purchased by its Michigan seller in 2002. The 5.0L quad-cam V8 received a fresh timing belt in 2012, and a new cooling fan, bonnet insulation pad, and alternator vent hose have been installed. The sale includes a Carfax report, owner’s books, and records from the seller.
This 2001 BMW M Roadster shows 49k indicated miles after ten years with the seller and is equipped with a 3.2L S54 inline-six, 5-speed manual gearbox, and limited-slip differential. Recent maintenance included a new brake booster and fuel filter in July 2017. The car is sold with partial records and a Carfax report.
This 1972 Lancia Fulvia 1.3S Montecarlo was acquired by the current owner in 2017 and was originally built to commemorate the victory of Lancia at the Monte Carlo Rally in 1972. This car was recently restored according to the seller, who is representing the current owner. Mechanical and electrical work were performed, as was a repaint.
This 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S is finished in Carrara White over a black full leather interior and shows just under 74k miles. The 3.6L flat-six is mated to a 5-speed Tiptronic automatic, and received major work in 2015 to correct a misfire. A new water pump was recently installed and an alignment was performed. Service records date back to 2010.
This 2002 Lexus IS300 is equipped with a dealer-installed Stage II L-Tuned package and currently shows 105k miles. The seller is a self-described enthusiast, who has added approximately 45k miles since acquiring this car from the third owner 12 years ago.
This Rover 3500 is a British-market example powered by a 3.5L V8 paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. Factory options include power steering, a vinyl roof, heated rear window, leather upholstery, a trunk-mounted spare, trailer hitch, and a radio. A restoration was performed between 1998-2001 as detailed in the description.
This 1952 Willys M38 was purchased by in 1996 and underwent refurbishment to its body, frame, brakes, steering, exhaust, and electrics as well as rebuilds of its 134ci four, 3-speed transmission, and 2-speed transfer case. Modifications include a deep-water fording kit as well as modern gauges, lighting, and wheels.
This 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo is a modified example that was acquired by the seller last year. The car is finished in Porsche Seal Grey Metallic and has been upgraded with Champion Motorsports wheels, an upgraded suspension, and more. Power comes from a twin-turbo 3.6L flat-six engine that is paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle.
This 1993 Toyota Supra Turbo is a right-hand drive example imported by a previous owner from Japan to Canada under the 15-year rule. The seller acquired the car in 2008 and has since added a number of modifications. The 3.0L 2JZ inline-six has been converted to a single turbo and is mated to a built 4-speed automatic.
This 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider was first sold by a New York dealer, then moved to Florida and California before going to Italy for refurbishment by Luzzago Restorations, from whom it was acquired by the seller 10 years ago. Now in New York State, this 1,290cc Giulietta is sold with a certificate from Automoclub Storico Italiano.
This 1988 BMW 325iX is a 5-speed manual example that was purchased by the seller in fall 2017. This all-wheel drive E30 was recently serviced with a new timing belt, throttle heater seal, valve cover gasket, brakes, and fresh differential fluid. Records from new are included along with the original window sticker, manuals, and maintenance booklet.
This 2005 Mercedes-Benz SL65 shows 49k miles and is finished in Brilliant Silver over Charcoal Grey Nappa Leather. The car remained in Colorado with the original owner until 2008, and it has since resided in Connecticut and Illinois. Power is provided by a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V-12 paired with a 5-speed AMG Speedshift automatic.
This 1964 Rolls-Royce Phantom V is a RHD limousine that was bodied by James Young and originally purchased by Timothy White & Taylor in London. It has been with the seller for 10 years and received a repaint as well as rebuilds of its 6.2L V8, 4-speed automatic transmission, and other components in 2011-2012.
This 1988 Nissan Be1 is one of about 11k examples produced and is equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission. The car was imported from Japan in 2017, and the seller acquired it 300 kilometers ago in December of that year. The car is said to be in factory specifications, and a 1.0L inline-four sends power to the front wheels.
This 1971 Porsche 911T was acquired by the seller on December 2014 and is reportedly eligible to compete in SVRA and HRS vintage racing events. The 3.0L flat-six was rebuilt in 2017 by Zotz Racing, included machining the heads and installing JE pistons, Elgin racing cams, PMO carburetors, an MSD ignition, a JB racing exhaust, and more.
This 1968 Mercedes-Benz is one of 954 250SE Cabriolets built between 1965 and 1967 and has been with the seller for 29 years. Finished in Silver Metallic over black leather, this example underwent a bare-metal repaint in 2014 that also involved the installation of new rubber seals, a replacement convertible top, headliner, and boot.
This 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera was sold new in Wisconsin and is equipped with a 6-speed manual, factory LSD, and heated seats. Finished in Aventurine Green Metallic over grey, the car was purchased by the seller from the second owner in 2003. About 80k miles have since been added, and the seller has personally performed routine maintenance.
This 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint was sold new in California and has remained in Oregon for much of its life. A restoration was performed 20 years ago, and a recent service included cleaning/resealing the fuel tank, a new fuel pump, valve cover gasket, exhaust system, Centerline/Koni suspension components, and more.
This 2000 Audi TT Coupe is finished in Aviator Gray Pearl Effect over an Aviator Gray interior and has covered just under 34k miles since it was purchased new by the seller. A turbocharged 1.8L four-cylinder sends power to all four wheels though a 5-speed manual, and a spring 2018 service was performed in preparation for the sale.
This 1968 Porsche 912 Targa was sold new in California and then moved to Idaho. The seller acquired the car from the second owner in 2015, and the original 1582cc flat-four is mated to a 5-speed transaxle. Work performed within the past two months included a tune-up, rebuilt brake calipers, new brake hoses and master cylinder, and an oil service.
This 1955 MG TF 1500 was acquired by its owner’s father circa 1979 after a mechanical and cosmetic refurbishment. Power is from a 1,500cc four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. Recent work included a new water pump, recored radiator, carburetor rebuild, stainless exhaust, and more. The car is sold with a period tool kit, jack, and manuals.
This 1969 Triumph TR6 was stored from 1983 until the seller’s acquisition in December 2017, after which it was partially refreshed with new paint and mechanical components. Power is from a 2.5L six backed by a 4-speed manual gearbox and recent work included a fuel system cleaning, new clutch hydraulics, and reinforced motor mounts.
This 2005 Honda S2000 shows 67k miles and is finished in Rio Yellow Pearl over a black leather interior. Power comes from a 2.2L VTEC four paired with a 6-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential. This stock AP2 recently received an oil change and new battery. It is offered with recent records and a clean Carfax report.
This 1958 Edsel Corsair underwent a partial refurbishment in 2001 that included a rebuild of its 410ci V8 along with new carpets and upholstery. Recent work included a new wheel cylinder, a shift motor rebuild, and new relays for its 3-speed “Teletouch” pushbutton transmission. The car is sold with records and a photo album from the 2001 work.
This 1990 Saab 900 Turbo is finished in Cherry Red over a tan leather interior and shows 77k miles. The turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four is paired to a five-speed manual gearbox, and the car is equipped with a set of 15” sunburst wheels, a modern stereo, a new muffler, and a set Bosch fog lamps.
This 2003 Porsche GT3 Cup was purchased by seller in 2014 and has been campaigned in a total of 15 HPDE events from 2014-2016. Power is provided by a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle, and servicing has included new engine and transaxle mounts, brake rotors and pads, cooling system service, and battery replacement.
This 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300CE spent 26 years with its second owner and is powered by a 3.0L inline-six paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Work in the past 15k miles included new transmission seals, tune-up items, a coolant flush, and more. This stock W124 coupe is sold with original accessories and dealer records.
This 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo is finished in Guard Reds and shows 75k miles. Power is from a turbocharged 2.5L four paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle. Equipment includes sport seats, a power sunroof, Fuchs alloys, a transmission cooler, and Koni shocks. A June 2017 service involved new belts, A/C refrigerant, motor mounts, and more.
This 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena shows 54,600 miles and was acquired by the current owner seven years ago. Finished in blue over a tan leather interior, this car was equipped from the factory with fender shields, red calipers, and Daytona seats. The 3.6-liter DOHC V8 is a replacement unit that was installed in 2015 by San Francisco Motorsports.
This 1969 RCA Formula Vee is a single seat race car powered by a 1200cc air-cooled VW engine mated to a 4-speed manual transaxle. This car was reportedly refurbished about a dozen years ago with some bodywork, as well as new wide-five wheels, radius rods, chrome plating, and more. The selling dealer acquired the car in 2017.
This 1989 Volkswagen Vanagon Syncro was acquired by the current owner two years ago and has since been extensively modified by the seller, a fabricator specializing in Vanagons. A rebuilt 3.3L flat-six from a Subaru was installed and sends power to all four wheels though a 4-speed manual. The build is reported to have totaled over $75k.
This 1968 BSA Shooting Star resided in a private collection for approximately 29 years prior to the seller’s acquisition last year. New Avon Roadmaster tires have since been added along with a new battery and new Amal carb. Power is provided by a 441cc single mated to a four-speed gearbox.
This 1963 Rover 110 was imported to the US in 2008 and comes from the second to last year of P4 assembly. It is a LHD example which is believed to have been registered in Switzerland for most of its life. Power comes from a 2.6-liter inline-six paired to four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive.
This 2001 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG shows 22k miles and is powered by a naturally-aspirated 5.5L V8 paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The car spent time in Arizona and Florida before coming to Ohio in 2017. Recent work included an injection cleaning, brake flush, and inspection as well a new battery, tires, and hood struts.
This 1976 BMW 2002 was acquired by the selling dealer from its reported original owner last year. Finished in Fjord Blue and equipped with a sunroof, this example is powered by a 2.0L M10 inline-four mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Recent service included a refresh of the brakes and a tune-up along with new belts, filters, and plugs.
This 1971 Ford Galaxie LTD shows 22k miles and is powered by a 400ci V8 paired with a C6 automatic. The car was sold new in Pennsylvania and reportedly owned by several collectors prior to its acquisition by the current owner in January 2018. Recent maintenance included new tires and shocks. The sale includes an original window sticker and spares.
This 1988 Range Rover Classic is powered by a 4.6L V8 from 2000 and has been updated with a 1″ lift, Bilsteins, stabilizer, brush guard, roof rack, reupholstered seats, touchscreen stereo, and more. The seller has added 4k miles since his acquisition from the previous owner of 21 years. The sale includes records and a clean Carfax report.
This 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over Boxster Red special leather and was acquired by the seller in January 2017. It has since been driven approximately 2,500 miles. The 3.4-liter flat-six is paired to a 6-speed manual and was fitted with an LN Engineering IMS bearing in 2014.
This 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo is a factory slant nose cabriolet finished in Grand Prix White with Marine Blue interior and soft top. The car was sold new in Washington and has been driven 38k miles by two owners. Additional factory equipment includes a limited-slip differential, Fuchs wheels with painted centers, and heated sport seats.
This 1971 Alfa Romeo Spider is powered by a 1,750cc twin-cam four paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and has been modified with dual Weber carburetors, a Nardi steering wheel, a Supertrapp exhaust, BWA Sportstar wheels, and more. It is offered with recent receipts, an owner’s manual, and removed SPICA injection parts.
This 1972 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT was recently imported to the US after being purchased by the seller from a Japanese collector. It has been modified in GT-R style with fender flares, spoilers, Watanabe wheels, and more. Power comes from anL20 inline-six that is equipped with triple Mikuni carburetors and mated to a 5-speed.
This 1994 AA Yellow Land Rover Defender 90 is a soft-top model that has been on the West Coast since 2005 and with the California seller since 2015. Power comes from a 3.9-liter V8 mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and 2-speed transfer case with a locking center differential. Modifications include an Alpine stereo and BFGoodrich KO2s.
This 1979 Porsche 911SC Targa was sold new in Beverly Hills, California and remained there until it was moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 2014. Power comes from a 3.0-liter flat-six matched to a 5-speed manual, and recent maintenance has included a valve adjustment, new shifter bushings, an oil change, and a brake service.
This 1968 BMW 1600 is an early round-taillight example finished in Inka Orange that was brought to Florida by the seller in 2009. Power is from a 1,573cc four paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Service with the seller included a top-end rebuild and Weber carburetor conversion along with a new aluminum radiator, axle boots, and brakes.
This 2002 Porsche 911 GT2 is finished in Seal Grey Metallic over brown leather and is one of 303 built for the US market from 2002-2005. The car is fitted with Porsche Exclusive options including color-matched sport seats, carbon fiber trim, and a leather headliner. It is sold with records, a DME report, a Porsche CoA, and a clean Carfax report.
This 1960 Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite has reportedly been been driven little since a mechanical reconditioning was performed by the previous owner’s father in the late 1990s. Work included the installation of a 1275cc four-cylinder bored .020 over, a ported and polished head, a Weber sidedraft 40DCOE carburetor, and more as detailed below. Power is routed through a 4-speed manual gearbox, and the interior is fitted with R.J.S. harnesses attached to a roll bar. Other modifications include a header, an alternator, and wider wheels. A newer gas tank was reportedly fitted, and the most recent service included a tune-up conducted by the seller, who acquired the car last year. This Sprite is now being offered for sale with a clean New Jersey title in the seller’s name. The car reportedly spent time on the west coast and is described as being accident free. The door handles are located on the interior only, and the Sprite lacks a traditional deck lid, with spare tire and the luggage compartment accessed from behind the seats. 13″ wheels wear newer LeMans steel belted radial tires, and the clamshell bonnet is front hinged to open forward. The interior is trimmed in tan upholstery over black carpeting and features Smiths gauges with chrome bezels. 4-point R.J.S. harnesses are attached to a roll cage and a 3-spoke Nardi wheel is fitted. The seller notes the horn is inoperable and the odometer shows 50k miles, though true mileage is unknown. A 1275cc four-cylinder replaces the original unit and is believed to have been sourced from a 1967 Sprite. Modifications include a ported and polished head, .020 overbore, Weber 40DCOE carburetor, header, free-flow exhaust, an alternator, a negative earth electrical system, and a modified VW thermostatic fan. Power is routed through a newer rib-case 4-speed manual gearbox. A few photos of the underbody are viewable in the gallery, and per the seller a newer gas tank is fitted. A tune-up was completed in late 2017.
This Elan S2 was purchased by the seller 30+ years ago, and was disassembled and cataloged shortly after. The car is reportedly complete aside from a missing rear bumper and spare wheel. The factory 1558cc inline-four and 4-speed manual gearbox are claimed to be the original units, and a a Certificate of Provenance is included.
This 1993 Suzuki Cappuccino is a RWD Kei roadster with a turbocharged 657cc triple, 5-speed manual transmission, aftermarket fenders, coilovers, Enkei wheels, and a limited-slip differential. The car is located in Japan and roll-on/roll-off shipping to major ports is included in the sale along with receipts and a factory hardtop.
This 1969 Jeep Wagoneer is finished in Gold Beige and was sold new at Gene Emry Motors of Enumclaw, Washington. Over $31k of receipts date to the 1980s and document a rebuild of the 350ci Dauntless V8 and 3-speed automatic transmission within the last 30k miles, along with recent brake work, a new muffler, and a rebuilt carburetor.
This 2007 Aston Martin DB9 Volante is finished in Orient Blue over a Sandstorm and Caspian Blue interior. Factory options include contrast stitching, an upgraded stereo, bamboo trim, 19″ wheels, and more. Power comes from a 5.9L V12 paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. The car is sold with records to 2009 and a clean Carfax report.
This 1985 Land Rover 110 is an Australian-market example imported to the US in early 2017. Power is from a 3.5L V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and modifications include an Edelbrock intake and carburetor, Pacesetter headers, Pertronix ignition, ARB bumper, and Warn winch.
This 1966 Fiat 500 F was purchased new by a Fiat manager, who reportedly drove it occasionally over the next 25 years. The second owner purchased the vehicle in 1990 and maintained it for another 25 years. A refresh was performed in 2017 and the engine/gearbox were rebuilt just prior to this auction.
This 450SL is finished in Signal Red and shows 133,505 miles. The car was purchased new from Rasmussen Mercedes in Portland, and has stayed local with three owners. Power comes from an unmodified 4.5-liter V8 equipped with the ‘California Version’ emissions package (494) and paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
This Badel Spyder was built in 2013 by Juan Badel in Colombia and was delivered new to the seller. Modeled after the Porsche 550 Spyder, the Badel utilizes Volkswagen mechanicals and features a hand-built aluminum body over a steel frame. The car has been fitted with a fresh mid-mounted 1,912cc flat-four and a rebuilt 4-speed transaxle.
This 1959 Cadillac Coupe DeVille has been with the same family since 1985 and is powered by a 390ci V8 paired with a 4-speed automatic. A refurbishment in 1990-1991 included new paint, interior refreshment, and mechanical sorting. The car was recently serviced with a new fuel pump, fresh fluids, and new battery.
This 2003 BMW Alpina Roadster V8 is #317 of 555 built worldwide and is finished in silver with a matching hardtop and a red/black interior. The seller’s son purchased the car in 2005 with 1,787 miles, and it now shows 33,317 miles. Power comes from an Alpina-tuned M62 4.8-liter V8 paired to a BMW Steptronic transmission.
This 1976 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV is powered by a SPICA-injected 2.0L twin-cam four paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle. The car was purchased in 2014 by the seller, who has since added 4k miles including on road trips to regional shows. Modifications include a stereo and electronic ignition, and new front brake pads were installed in 2017.
This 2001 Porsche Boxster S is powered by a 3.2-liter flat-six paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Equipped with 18” wheels and an aftermarket stereo, the car currently shows 88k miles and recently received over $4,500 of maintenance, including an LN Engineering IMS bearing and a new clutch, rear main seal, and tires.
This 2001 Mazda Miata shows just under 48k miles and remained with its original owner until the seller’s acquisition in October 2017. Purchased new in Oklahoma, this example is equipped with a 1.8L inline-four mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Modifications include a Goodwin muffler, Flyin’ Miata coilovers, and TR Motorsports wheels.
This 1969 dune buggy was acquired as a project by the seller, who disassembled it for repainting and refurbishment. Recent work included a new windshield, seat covers, and cabin floor coating. Power is from a 1,500cc flat-four and 4-speed manual transaxle and additional equipment includes a Solex carburetor, external oil cooler, and roll bar.
This 1991 BMW M5 was sold new in California and purchased by the seller in 2012. Power is from a 3.6L S38 inline-six backed by a 5-speed manual transmission. Modifications include a cold air intake, Bilstein dampers, BMW M-Tech springs, E34 540i rear muffler, and EAT tuning chip. Over 40 records and a Carfax report are included.
This 1989 BMW 325i sedan is powered by a 2.5L inline-six and a 5-speed manual transmission has replaced its original automatic. The sat idle for several years prior to the seller’s purchase and recommissioning with a new timing belt, cooling system overhaul, brake work, Bilstein shocks, and H&R springs.
This 1990 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62 was used to commute 90 miles to and from work daily by the first owner, who added most of the 331k miles to the odometer. Powered by a 4.0-liter inline-six paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission, the truck has been refreshed by the seller with new O2 sensors, starter, shocks, and an A/C system conversion.
This 1988 Porsche 944 Turbo was purchased new by the seller and has been used on track at nearly 200 events since 1989. Power comes from a normally-aspirated and modified 968 engine, and many other modifications have been performed as necessary for competition. The car is no longer street legal and is sold with some spares and a Virginia title.
This 2005 Mercedes Benz G500 Convertible was imported by JK Technologies of Baltimore, Maryland, and has been modified for compliance with US market regulations. The truck is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.0L V8 paired to a 5-speed automatic transmission and three locking differentials.
This 1966 Porsche 912 is powered by its original 1600cc flat-four, which is mated to a 5-speed manual. Recent work included a top end rebuild and new shifter bushings, ignition points, and condenser. A repaint in Golf Blue was performed under previous ownership, and the interior was recently reupholstered.
This 1987 BMW M6 is powered by a 3.5L S38 inline-six mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and has spent 21 years with the seller. A repaint and interior color change have taken place and modifications include a SLS delete and 17″ wheels. Recent work included a new radiator, rear evaporator, valve adjustment, and oil change.
This 1964 Porsche 356C Cabriolet is finished in Signal Red over black and was sold new through Cotton Goff VW/Porsche of Buena Park, California. It was acquired by the seller in 1985 from the second owner and has since resided in Alabama and Minnesota. The matching-numbers 1600cc flat-four is coupled to a four-speed manual transaxle.
This 1971 Datsun 510 was purchased new in Oregon, and has been owned for 25 years by a friend of the seller. Modifications include Viper GTS Blue paint and a 1.8L L18 four, 5-speed gearbox, custom flares, ARE wheels, 200SX disc brakes, adjustable suspension, and more. The car is offered with records, club materials, build photos, and manuals.
This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is one of 857 ordered with a 428ci Super Cobra Jet V8 and optional Drag Pack. The car was sold new with a 4-speed close-ratio gearbox, Traction-Lok rear end, quick-ratio power steering, Grabber Orange paint with hood stripes, rear deck spoiler, and more. It is offered by the selling dealer with a deluxe Marti Report.
This TR6 shows 50,914 miles and features a 2498cc inline-six paired to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Alterations include one known repaint in the original Pimento color, Pertronix electronic ignition, a gas tube rear shock conversion, non-original exterior mirrors, and a 13″ steering wheel. 16 years of service records are included.
This 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 is a black-on-black example with 26k miles that has been with its owner for two years. Its 3.8L Mezger flat-six is paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle and options include heated seats, Alcantara interior trim, the Sport Chrono package, and more. This 997.2 GT3 is sold with partial records and a recent DME report.
This 1987 Toyota Land Cruiser is equipped with a 4.2L 2F inline-six and 4-speed manual gearbox and spent time in Idaho and Montana from 1990 until the seller’s purchase in 2016. Subsequent work included replacement or overhauls of the cooling system, carburetor, gaskets and seals, vacuum lines, brakes, steering, bearings, and more.
This 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 is a coupe model that shows just 34k miles and was purchased new by the current owner. Included records are described as extensive and reportedly show dealership service for most of the car’s life along with recent independent shop maintenance.
This 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera was purchased by the seller three years ago and has since been modified by RWB, including a Kamiwaza wing, wide fender flares, and revised front and rear valances. The 3.6L flat-six was resealed at 110k miles, and many other suspension, braking, and interior alterations have been made as detailed in the listing.
This 1987 Buick Grand National shows 82k miles and was acquired 13 years ago by the seller. 1987 was the final year of GN production, and the seller states that he is the third owner of this example. The turbocharged 3.8L V6 has been modified with an aftermarket turbocharger and camshaft, as well as an open-element air filter.
This 1974 AMC Gremlin 401XR was modified by Grant and Mike Randall, AMC racers who built 21 401ci V8-powered Gremlins in the 1970s. This more recent example is equipped with a manually-shifted 904 automatic transmission, positraction rear end, Edelbrock carburetor, headers, and more. It is sold with documentation, build photos, and a signed manual.
This 2000 Bentley Arnage Red Label is finished in St. James Red over beige leather and shows 22k miles. Power comes from a turbocharged 6.75-liter V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. An oil and filter change has been carried out and the car is offered with a period cellular phone, a clean Carfax report, and original literature.
This 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo is finished in White Gold Metallic with factory color-matched Fuchs wheels. The seller recently acquired this California example from its second owner of 18 years and flushed the fuel tank, replaced the fluids and filters, and fitted new Firestone Firehawk tires. This 930 is sold with records and an AutoCheck report.
This 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL shows just 67k miles and is finished in Diamond Blue Metallic over a blue leather interior. The car was purchased new by the seller’s great uncle in Arizona, and it was then owned by his daughter, the seller’s aunt, until being passed on to the seller in February 2018.
This 2003 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe is finished in Guards Red over black and shows 71,314 miles. Power comes from a 3.6-liter flat-six paired to a 6-speed manual, and a December 2014 included an LN Engineering IMS bearing, new release bearing, new rear main seal, crankshaft seal, and cam plug.
This 1992 Mazda RX-7 is a right hand drive example that was imported by the seller from Japan to the US in December 2017. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 13B rotary engine mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, and modifications include Tien coilovers, aftermarket exhaust, a Mien ECU, an HKS boost controller, and a Sparco steering wheel.
This 1990 Porsche 928 GT shows 102k miles and is finished in Grand Prix White over Burgundy. It was purchased two years ago by the seller, and the 5.0-liter DOHC V8 is mated to a 5-speed manual. A new timing belt and water pump were installed at 96k miles, as were fresh cam, oil pump, and front crankshaft seals.
This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette was refurbished by Corvettes Unlimited in 2010 and features a numbers-matching 327ci V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Original options include power steering, a positraction rear axle, and an AM/FM radio. Receipts from the work are included along with a hard top and period literature.
This 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution shows 11k miles and was acquired by the seller from a dealer after being modified by the first owner. The turbocharged inline-four was rebuilt with a longer stroke and now displaces 2.3 liters. Other engine work included adding Full Race intake and exhaust manifolds, a Gt35r turbo, an ECU tune, and much more.
This 1973 Lola T340 was imported to the US in 1980 and campaigned by the seller around the Northeast from the time of his purchase in 1997 until 2014. It took an RCCA class win in 1998 and reportedly finished in the top three numerous times at Pocono Raceway, Watkins Glen, Evergreen Raceway, and Thompson Speedway. The 1600cc Ford crossflow inline-four was rebuilt in 2015, at which point a new clutch, battery, harness, and tires were also installed. The car has not been driven since the work was completed and has remained stored in the seller’s workshop for the past three years. This Formula Ford is now being offered on a bill of sale in Milltown, New Jersey with some spares. The car is reportedly the 45th T340 produced by Lola and was actively raced in the UK before being imported to the US nearly four decades ago. The blue metallic body was refinished in 2015, at which point the American Racer slicks were also mounted. The RaceQuip harness is approximately three years old, and controls for the fire suppression system can be seen on the left of the dash. In 2015, the 1600cc Ford crossflow inline-four received a rebuild, including new pistons, new connecting rods, a re-ground crankshaft, new camshaft, and new bearings. A new clutch assembly and release bearing were also installed at this time, along with a new battery. The engine is mated to a Hewland four-speed gearbox. The included spares package contains multiple wheels along with extra bodywork.
This 1972 BMW Bavaria was acquired by the seller on BaT in March 2016, and only 250 miles have been added since. A 3.3L M30 engine swap was performed by a previous owner and the seller has added a new radiator, rebuilt the carburetors, and replaced a variety of other parts. This E3 is offered with recent records and a car cover.
This 1977 MG Midget was kept by its original owner until 1992 and has remained in Oregon since the seller’s purchase 14 years ago. Power is from a 1,500cc four paired with a 4-speed gearbox. In 2011 at 54k miles the engine was rebuilt and upgraded, while a host of suspension, brake, and other improvements were made less than 4k miles ago.
This 1988 BMW M3 is powered by a 2.3L S14 DOHC inline-four backed by a 5-speed manual transmission and has undergone a refurbishment including a glass-out repaint, new interior, rebuilt gauge cluster, and refreshment of the suspension, braking, fuel, and cooling systems. The seller has added 500 miles over a three-year ownership.