This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is finished in black over tan leather and powered by a 360ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission and 4×4 transfer case. The seller purchased the truck eight months ago and has since added approximately 1,500 of its 79k indicated miles. Recent service included new shocks, body mount bushings, front brake calipers and hoses, and rear brake lines as well as resealing the oil pan. This FSJ is offered with owner’s booklets, a Carfax report, recent records, and a clean North Carolina title in the seller’s name.
This 1989 Jaguar XJS convertible is as a largely stock 2-owner example finished in red over tan and showing 20,500 indicated miles, fewer than 500 of which have been driven by the seller since purchasing the car in a January 2018 BaT auction. Power comes from a 5.3-liter V12 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission, and a new battery was installed shortly after etc seller’s purchase along with a fresh set of tires. This XJS is offered with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.
This 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer (VIN 1J4GS5878KP112380) has undergone what the seller describes as a professional convertible conversion by a Southern California shop, a process which reportedly included structural reinforcement. This work isn’t assigned a date, but condition of this SJ seems quite decent, with a bit of faded paint appearing to be the worst of any blemishes. The roof-less conversion also seems to have been well executed, with stainless steel paneling added in a few select places to conceal cuts. The seller says it drives down the road nicely with straight and true tracking, attributing this to the vehicle’s solidity. Find it here on Craigslist in Toledo, Ohio for $22k.
This 1964 Sears Allstate Moped was purchased by the seller one year ago from the daughter of the original owner. The bike was used primarily at her father’s Northern Idaho summer home and was in storage for several years before the seller discovered it. Powered by a 49cc 2-stroke single paired with a 2-speed transmission, the bike remains largely as found, though the carburetor and fuel line have been replaced. This Allstate is sold with the original carburetor, a new fuel petcock, jetting kit, and fuel line, and is now being offered at no reserve in Idaho on a bill of sale.
This 2016 BMW M4 GTS shows 132 miles and is powered by twin-turbocharged 3.0L inline-six with water injection mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Built as one of 700 street-legal track cars and first purchased in Georgia, this example is finished in Mineral Gray Metallic and features manually-adjustable suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, and an active locking differential. This F82 M4 GTS was recently acquired by the selling dealer in Maryland, and is offered with a clean Carfax and clear Georgia title.
This 1968 Volkswagen Beetle convertible spent 20 years with the husband of its current owner. The car has been repainted in plum with a tan top and interior, and is powered by a replacement 1,600cc dual-port engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. It spent the past several years stored in a carport after the owner’s passing, and the seller describes it as a running and driving project in need of exhaust and carburetor work, a transmission mount, a new convertible top, and rust remediation. This Beetle is offered by the seller on behalf of the owner’s widow with a clean Kansas title.
This SAAB 900 Turbo is one of 500 Commemorative Edition convertibles, each of which was finished in Nova Black Metallic and equipped with a turbocharged 2.0L 16-valve four featuring higher-pressure fuel injection and revised ignition management and paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Additional CE features include grey Aero wheels, tan leather upholstery with contrast piping, heated seats, and burl walnut trim. This example was first sold in New York and was reportedly acquired by its current owner in 1996. This C900 shows 111k miles and is offered on consignment at no reserve by the selling dealer with a top boot and storage bag, floor mats, manuals, tools, three keys with two remote fobs, a Carfax report, and a clean Connecticut title.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was reportedly refurbished in 1986 prior to its purchase in 1988 by the seller, who has since driven it 20k miles. Power is from a 427ci V8 upgraded with a Tri-Power induction setup and paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The car is finished in Rally Red over a black leather interior and equipped with a stinger hood, black soft top, and removable red hardtop. A new intake manifold gasket was installed in 2017. This C2 convertible is offered with its factory induction equipment, partial records, a Protect-O-Plate, period literature, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1969 Ford Bronco was purchased new at Crenshaw Motors in Los Angeles, California by two brothers for their oil field servicing business, and it has remained in Southern and Central California since. In 1972 the owners modified the truck for personal use with a repaint, suspension upgrade, new interior, off-road lighting, and a winch. The truck was reportedly used sparingly and then stored for over 20 years before being acquired in December 2013 by the seller, who is a business partner with the son/nephew of the original owners. He has worked with the mechanic who did the original upgrades to recommission the truck, and over the last five years the body has been repainted, the upholstery repaired, and new front disc brakes were installed along with Warn hubs, dual exhaust system, carburetor, electronic ignition, and new tires. Now showing just under 80k miles, this Bronco is being offered with service records since 2013, the original purchase documents, a Marti report, period California blue license plates, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1974 BMW 2002tii was acquired by the seller nine years ago from its third owner and is powered by a replacement 2.0L inline-four fitted with Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection and paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The car reportedly underwent an early-1990s refurbishment by BMW restorer Joe Duce at Bavarian Machine Specialists in Houston, Texas. The work was featured in a period Roundel article and included a repaint in Fjord Blue, trim restoration, refreshment of the cabin in beige, and more. This tii has been driven approximately 2,000 miles under current ownership and is offered at no reserve with over 200 pictures, a copy of the magazine feature, and a clean Iowa title in the seller’s name.
This 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider was reportedly purchased by its second owner in 1972, repainted in red, and placed in a climate-controlled garage until the seller’s purchase five years ago. Power is provided by a 1600cc twin-cam four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox, and work performed since 2013 included re-coring the radiator, cleaning and sealing the fuel tank, rebuilding the hydraulic cylinders, adding new brake shoes, fitting new radiator and fuel hoses, rebuilding the Solex carburetor, and replacing the distributor cap, wires, and plugs. This Alfa is now being offered in Ohio with five years of service records, some removed and spare parts, and a clean New York title in the seller’s name.
Continued from last week’s installment, sludgo Goes to Jail–read Mile 6 first here.
The trunk of the Grand Prix opened majestically, like the Lost Ark of Milwaukee, revealing an amber treasure of two-hundred sixty-three bottles of Miller High-Life – the Champagne of Beers – all shoved into and stacked on top of any number of lidless Styrofoam coolers, all filled with ice.
This 1975 Volkswagen Bus is a Westfalia pop-top camper powered by an 1,800cc flat-four with Bosch fuel injection. The seller acquired the vehicle as a project in 2005 from its third owner, and has since refurbished it as well as driving it 35k miles. Westfalia camping equipment includes a water tank, sink, icebox, tables, flat-folding rear bench, and a replacement pop-up tent with additional mesh windows. The interior benefits from new seat upholstery, cabinet hardware, weatherstripping, and more. This Type 2 is offered with records, a winter tire set, and a clear New Jersey title in the seller’s name.
This 2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 is finished in Desert Silver over Java leather and shows 37k miles. The 5.0-liter M113 V8 sends power to the rear wheels through a 5-speed automatic transmission. Options include a removable color-matched hardtop, xenon headlights, and a CD changer. An oil change and inspection were performed in preparation for the sale, and records included in the sale document the replacement of the hydraulic cylinders for the powered soft top. This R129 is being offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the original books and manuals, keys, a clean Carfax report, and a clear Pennsylvania title.
This 1962 Porsche 238 Standard Star tractor reportedly underwent partial refurbishment in the Netherlands before being imported to the US two years ago and completed by the inventor of the IMS Solution for early water-cooled Porsches. An air-cooled diesel 2-cylinder engine sends power to the rear wheels via a 4-speed planetary gearbox with high and low ranges. Additional features include a hydraulically actuated 3-point hitch, V-belt mower drive, and rear power take-off. The seller has used the tractor for mowing a large property as well as performing maintenance including changes of the fuel filter, engine oil and hydraulic fluid. This 238 is offered with import documents and a Georgia bill of sale.
The generations that have gone before give us the tools we need to survive in the world. Sometimes those tools are very literal tools, and handed to us in an oil-stained box. Like these my dad just gave me. They had been my grandfather’s and great-grandfather’s, and I have yet to undertake identifying them.
This 2013 Morgan 3-Wheeler is powered by a 105ci S&S V-twin paired with a 5-speed manual and shows just 982 miles. Finished in Sport Black over a Muirhead Scarlet leather cockpit, it also comes equipped with a Superspoke steering wheel and a pair of Raydot mirrors. This Morgan is now being offered by the selling dealer in Huntington Station, New York with the factory books, accessories, and a clear Montana title.
This 1996 Nissan 300ZX is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, and is one of 300 Commemorative Edition models produced for the final year of US distribution. Modifications consist of an aftermarket stereo, HKS turbo timer, and B&B cat-back exhaust. Work under previous ownership included a new timing belt, tensioners, pulleys, water pump, and thermostat as well as an exterior repaint in original Black Obsidian. The car was purchased through a February 2017 BaT auction by the seller, who has since driven it 900 of its 88,400 indicated miles. This Z32 comes with a Carfax report, recent records, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1973 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 is a California car that was purchased in May 2018 by the seller, who intended to use it for a future project. Power comes from a stock 2.0-liter twin-cam four, which is equipped with SPICA fuel injection and backed by a 5-speed manual transmission. This GTV was is storage when it was acquired by the seller, and he spent nearly $4k in maintenance to get the car operational. The brakes were serviced and a new master cylinder, battery, fuel hoses, and tires were installed. Additional projects and a lack of garage space have forced the sale of this car, which is now being offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1985 Lada 1200 estate (VIN XTA210200F0674370) has been modified by way of bigger aftermarket wheels under fender flares, black-painted trim, and a few other, mostly cosmetic changes including an appreciable ride height drop and a neat Webasto-style fabric sunroof. The visual mods may not be for everyone, but we think they work pretty well, especially on what appears to be an unusually tidy car. Mechanicals sound to remain untouched, but we’ve seen all sorts of interesting swaps in these, and given the car’s far-removed Italian heritage, a Fiat/Lampredi twin cam/5-speed could be tons of fun–at least once brakes and handling were sorted. Find it here on eBay in Miami, Florida for with no reserve beyond an unmet $8k starting bid. Special thanks to BaT reader Kyle K. for this submission.
This 1978 Porsche 911SC was acquired by the selling dealer earlier this year from its prior owner of 10 years. Originally a targa model, this car was converted into a cabriolet with a folding soft top under previous ownership and is powered by a 3.0-liter flat-six paired with a 915 5-speed manual transaxle. An $8,500 mechanical service completed by the seller included resealing of the engine, a valve adjustment, new belts and hoses, installation of an air box pop-off valve, a tune-up, and fresh shift linkage bushings. This 911SC now shows 119k miles and is being offered with a receipt for the recent service and a clean Oregon title.
This 1994 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS is #1,897 of 1,943 imported to North America for the model year and was purchased by the selling dealer in 2017 as a salvage project after a roll-over accident in 2003 caused damage to the front and roof. The soft-top example was rebuilt over an 18 month period while utilizing the original engine, floors, and seat box. The body was repainted in Tuscan Blue and fitted on a new galvanized frame, and other new drivetrain, exterior, and interior components were also installed as described below. The 3.9-liter V8 was rebuilt and the manual transmission was replaced with a period ZF 4-speed automatic unit. Upgrades added during the rebuild process include Exmoor leather front seats, an aftermarket radio with Focal speakers, and LED lighting. Photographs of the build are included along with recent receipts, and this D90 NAS is now being offered with a rebuilt Alabama title.
This 2003 Porsche 911 GT2 is finished in black over black leather and was purchased by the seller four years ago. Around 3k miles have been added since, and the odometer now shows 23,450 miles. The twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter flat-six sends power to the rear wheels only through a 6-speed manual transaxle equipped with a limited-slip differential. Factory options include the large carbon fiber interior package, sport seats with painted backs and crests in the headrests, deviated yellow stitching, and yellow seat belts. Aluminum pedal covers have been added along with tinted front side markers and a Fabspeed exhaust system. This 996 GT2 is now being offered with four years of service records, an over-rev report, an appraisal from 2017, factory manuals and accessories, a clear Carfax report, the original exhaust, and a clean Wisconsin title in the seller’s name.
For adherents of the series, some advice: there is no finer way to experience the neon-tinged semi-ironic fantasyland that is a Radwood show than from behind the wheel of a 1982 Lancia Delta 1.5, complete with 85 horsepower and a balky 5-speed gearbox and a mesmerizingly rev-happy engine and the Italian equivalent of Desert Sand Metallic.
This 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Mk III was reportedly purchased in 1969 by its second owner, who parked it from 1973 until it was acquired by the seller in October 2010. A subsequent rotisserie refurbishment included stripping and repainting the body, installation of a new top, interior refreshment, and overhaul of its 2.9-liter inline-six. Over 7k miles have been added since the build was completed in 2012. This BJ8 is offered in Winnipeg with a BMI Heritage Trust certificate, original bill of sale, manual, Shelley jack, spare parts, covers, and Manitoba registration in the seller’s name.
This 1990 Lamborghini LM002 (VIN ZA9LU45A9LLA12251) is a mid-production example, one of 328 built from 1986 through 1993. Mileage is given as a very low 10k, meaning the Countach V12-powered beast’s tanks have been through only 2,000 gallons (give or take) of high-octane, and factory Midnight Blue metallic over an off-white leather cabin makes for a stunning visual contrast. Even if earlier carbureted examples have a slight edge in the department, these later injected 4x4s still sound almost unbelievably good, and this ones great colors, cosmetic condition, service history file and recent service make it especially daydream-worthy. Find it here at Nuccio Auto Group in Chicago, Illinois for $300k. Special thanks to BaT reader Kyle K. for this submission.
This 2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon is finished in black over black and was purchased by the seller’s father in November 2015. It has been driven sparingly since and now shows 96k miles. The seller states that this wagon has been kept stock aside from removed exterior badges and limited paint work. Power comes from a 6.2-liter M156 V8 and 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission. Factory options include rear jump seats, rear door sunshades, Keyless Go, heated/ventilated front seats, bi-xenon headlamps, satellite radio, and more. This Mercedes is now being offered at no reserve as part of the seller’s father’s estate, with maintenance records since 2011, a VMI report, a clear Carfax report, and a clean Illinois title.
This 1972 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL is finished in Light Beige over a Cognac leather interior and powered by a 4.5-liter V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. A repaint was carried out several years ago, and the transmission was rebuilt after the seller purchased the car in 2017. Additional work under current ownership included replacing the exhaust system, coating the headers, refurbishing the heater box, and rebuilding the self-leveling air suspension system. This W109 is offered with service records from the last year, an owner’s manual and maintenance booklet, a tool kit, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1950 MG Y Tourer was purchased by the seller’s father-in-law from the barn of its previous owner in 1992 and was refurbished over the next several years. The car is finished in blue over tan and powered by an MG XPAG inline-four paired with a modified Datsun 210 5-speed manual transmission. Regular service is said to have been performed since the refurbishment including a carburetor cleaning, fluid flush, and chassis lubrication by Stonebridge Sports and Classics of Connecticut in August 2018. This left-hand drive YT is offered on behalf of the seller’s mother-in-law with refurbishment documentation, 26 years of records, and a New York bill of sale.
Location: New York City, New York
Source: Simpson Kalisher photo, via lastpictureshow
I have questions. Presumably the taxi sign did not belong to the convertible in the foreground, rather a sedan obscured by the convertible. However, is the driver of the convertible actually using hand signals? And are those wheelcovers painted, or just grimy?
This 2007 Aston Martin Vantage was sold new by Scottsdale Aston Martin in Arizona and shows just under 8k miles. The car is finished in Goodwood Green over tan leather and is equipped with a 4.3-liter DOHC V8 paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. An October 2017 service at 7,333 miles included cleaning the throttle body, a 4-wheel alignment, and replacing various fluids, as well as inspections of the steering, suspension, braking, powertrain, and cooling systems. This Vantage is now offered by the selling dealer with a clean Carfax report, a recent PPI, three keys, a trickle charger, the service booklet, original books, and a clear Texas title.
This 1998 Ferrari F355 Spider is finished in Tour de France Blue over Crema and blue leather and shows 31k miles. Originally purchased in Florida, the car was acquired from its first owner by the seller in 2013 and moved to Pennsylvania. Power comes from a 3.5-liter V8 paired with a gated 6-speed manual transmission, and modifications consist of an Alpine stereo and amplifier. An engine-out service in 2017 included installation of a new timing belt and A/C compressor, while a brake service was completed within the past month. This F355 Spider is offered with records from new, a window sticker, factory manuals and tools, a clean Carfax, and a clear Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV was modified as a race car and reportedly campaigned in Vintage Auto Racing Association (VARA) events by a previous owner. Power is from a 2.0-liter twin-cam four equipped with a polished and nitrided crankshaft, ported cylinder heads, and dual Weber carburetors, while shifting is through a Hewland-style 5-speed manual transmission. The car is finished in red and equipped with a roll cage, dual MOMO racing seats, a Safecraft fire suppression system, and more. This GTV has been with its current owner in Oregon for a year, and is offered by the seller on his behalf with a set of spares and a California bill of sale.
This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro is powered by a 496ci big block V8 installed by Hotrods Express in Blue Springs, Missouri. Power goes to the rear wheels via a 700r4 overdrive automatic transmission and a Ford 9″ rear end with a limited slip differential. The seller acquired the car ten years ago, and during his ownership has performed a repaint in Mulsanne Metallic blue with Imperial Blue stripes, modified the suspension with Heidts components and coilover shocks, installed 12″ Wilwood brakes with 4-piston aluminum calipers, and more detailed in an attached modification list. This Camaro is offered with a clean Kansas title in the seller’s name.
From the seller’s description:
Original 302 V8 engine and automatic transmission
26,000 original miles
Vinyl interior with bench seats
Air Conditioning – upgraded to correct 134 (replaced R12)
Original spare tire
Second owner since 1995
While Dustin Shuler’s “Spindle” literally skewered automobiles for the sake of art, Arman’s “Long Term Parking” took a more figurative approach to critiquing automobiles as items of mass consumption, one that the artist never intended to move from where he installed it. And yet, one of the artist’s own not-so-massive replicas of the sculpture sold this week for more than $70,000.
Images and video are courtesy of Jaguar Media
Jaguar had a well-established reputation for building beautiful, powerful, and luxurious sedans (saloons, to the Brits) that dated back to the 1930s, with their MG SA-fighting S.S. Jaguar 1 1/2 Litre, 2 1/2 Litre, and 3 1/2 Litre Saloons. Their traditional body styles would carry over into the postwar period, ultimately replaced by the XK DOHC six-cylinder-powered, XK120 styling-inspired Mk VII of 1951. The large Jaguar saloons would evolve through the Mk IX and E-type-engined Mk X/420G, while a smaller saloon line descended from unit-body 2.4 of 1956 to the famous (and sometimes infamous!) Mk II. The S-type would be the in-betweener that, after a few years, begat the 420.
This 1972 Datsun 240Z was acquired by the seller out of Portland, Oregon two years ago. A repaint in silver was carried out by the previous owner, who also added fender flares, a front air dam, and a roll bar. The seller installed a rebuilt L28 inline-six, 5-speed manual transmission, and a Subaru R160 limited-slip differential. Further modifications include a Rebello-tuned camshaft and dual SU carburetors, a Techno Toy Tuning full coilover suspension with Tokico shocks, RS Watanabe wheels, Recaro racing seats, and more detailed below. Just under 1,500 miles have been added by the seller, and a break-in oil change was performed 500 miles ago. This 240Z is now being offered for sale with documentation from the engine rebuild, some records from the previous owner, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1962 Triumph TR4 was purchased by the seller seven years ago from its previous owner of 10 years and has been driven approximately 15k miles since. The car was recently taken to bare metal, received rust repair, and was repainted by the seller as documented in the photo gallery below. Power comes from a later 2,138cc inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual transmission with overdrive, the latter of which is currently inoperable. The cylinder head, carburetors, and distributor were rebuilt during the seller’s ownership. This TR4 is offered at no reserve with over 200 pictures, a factory aluminum hardtop, a surrey soft top, records from the past seven years, spares parts and wheels, a BMI Heritage Trust Certificate, and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.
This 1964 Land Rover 109 Series IIA has been modified with the frame, suspension, 3.9-liter V8, and automatic transmission from a Defender 110. The build was carried out by the seller for the current owner of 14 years, and further additions include coil spring suspension, 3.54:1 Range Rover differentials, folding side steps, and a Defender front end. A custom dashboard, center console, and door panels have also been fitted along with refinished seats. This modified Land Rover is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of its current owner with records and a clean California title in the owner’s name.
This 1999 BMW M3 is finished in Alpine White over Dove Grey leather and powered by a 3.2L inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and limited-slip differential. The car was originally purchased in Massachusetts before moving to New Hampshire in 2006 and California in 2012. Subsequent service included an overhaul of the cooling system in 2015 and an oil change in 2016. This E36 M3 shows 58k miles and is offered on consignment by the selling dealer with service records since 2012, a Carfax, and a clean California title.
This 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S was purchased new at Pioneer Centres Porsche in San Diego, California and was acquired in 2001 by the seller, who is the second owner. Finished in Polar Silver Metallic over an optional black leather interior, the car now shows just 42k miles and has been modified with Euro-spec Turbo springs and a Motor Sound air box. The 3.6L flat-six sends power to all four wheels through a 6-speed manual transaxle, and factory options include Litronic headlights, power seats, aluminum interior trim, hi-fi sound, an on-board computer, and more. An oil change and brake fluid flush were performed in July 2018. This 993 C4S is now being offered with a clean AutoCheck report, the original window sticker, service records from new, a stamped maintenance booklet, owner’s manuals, and a clear California title in the seller’s name.
This 1991 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 remained with its original owner in Arizona until the seller’s acquisition in 2018 and shows 49k miles. The car is finished in Nile Black over black leather and equipped with a turbocharged 2.0L inline-four, 5-speed manual transaxle, and full-time all-wheel drive system with viscous center differential. Further equipment includes 4-wheel steering, traction control, Dynamic ECS, and a factory double-DIN stereo with CD player and equalizer. This Galant VR-4 is offered with manuals, partial records from the previous owner, a clean Carfax report, and a clear Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet was purchased new at Sunset Imports in Beaverton, Oregon and exported to Vancouver in 2005 by its original owner. The car remained in British Columbia with two subsequent owners before moving to Illinois on the seller’s purchase in April 2017. Finished in Basalt Black Metallic over black full leather, it is powered by a turbocharged 3.6L flat-six driving all four wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox and equipped with options including ceramic composite brakes and the Aluminum/Chrome package. Approximately 6k miles have been added under current ownership, during which maintenance consisted of a 75k-mile service, replacement of the water pump and thermostat, and a recent oil change. This 996TT Cabrio shows 78k miles and is offered with a clean Carfax, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, recent records, and a clear Illinois title in the seller’s name.
This 1956 Meteor Rideau Victoria was produced by Canadian Ford subsidiary Meteor, and it was intended to compete with Pontiac in the Canadian market. The car was reportedly the subject of a $65k restoration by the previous owner, including rebuilds of the 312ci Ford V8, Ford-o-Matic automatic transmission, and rear end, as well as a new interior and a bare-metal repaint in the present tri-tone yellow, black, and white scheme. Recent services included a new oil pressure sensor and an oil and filter change performed in preparation for sale. This Meteor is now being offered by the selling dealer in Connecticut with a transferable New Hampshire registration and a bill of sale.
This 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL is finished in Diamond Blue Metallic over blue leather and shows just 38k miles. Purchased new in Illinois and recently acquired by the selling dealer out of Florida, the car is powered by a 5.5-liter V8 paired with an automatic transmission. Maintenance performed in the last 700 miles included new tires, drive belts, rear crankshaft seal, oil pressure sender, subframe bushings, and a battery. This R107 is now being offered for sale in Maryland with service records, a stamped maintenance booklet, original books and manuals, a matching hardtop, a clean Carfax report, and a clear Florida title.
This 1981 Porsche 911 Turbo race car is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.4L flat-six and sends a reported 715 horsepower through a custom 4-speed manual transaxle equipped with a limited-slip differential. The car was originally built at 911 Design in 2001 and wears 993-style fiberglass bodywork over a partial tube frame. It won the GT-1R Class championship in the Porsche Owners Club in 2003 and 2004 seasons and was later purchased by William Knight of Knightrace Porsche in 2005. The seller purchased the car in 2014 and raced it in five Porsche Club of America races in the GT-2R class. This 930 has seen 80 hours of track time in four years of ownership, with only four hours completed since the engine was rebuilt in 2016. It is now offered on a bill of sale inIndianapolis, Indiana with logbooks and service history covering the seller’s ownership.
This 2008 Honda S2000 is finished in New Formula Red over a black leather interior and has just 11,345 miles. The car is described as unmodified and was acquired four years by the seller, who has since added about 2,500 miles. Power comes from a 2.2-liter VTEC inline-four paired with 6-speed manual transmission, and seller reports annual synthetic oil changes.This AP2 S2000 is now being offered with clean AutoCheck and Carfax reports, as well as a clear Alabama title in the seller’s name.
This 1976 Chevrolet Blazer is one of around 1,800 Chalet camper models produced for just two years, a figure that also included less common GMC versions which were sold as the Jimmy Casa Grande. Said to remain largely original including paint, decals, drivetrain and more, the truck’s condition is summarized in the ad as rust free, and also mentions highlights including fresh clear coat for the camper shell, a rebuilt, upgraded factory 400 SBC, and other various improvements such as cold A/C running modern refrigerant and electronically controlled airbags for the rear end. It sounds like most if not all interior equipment still works as well, and the original build sheet is included. Find it here on Craigslist in Scottsdale, Arizona for $19,900.
This Jaguar XJR is finished in Anthracite over Charcoal leather and shows just under 35k miles. The car is powered by a supercharged 4.0L V8 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission, and modifications include an aftermarket intake, LED fog lights, and a Sirius satellite radio unit. This XJR is offered by the selling dealer in New York with two remotes and keys, factory literature, a spare set of wheels, a clean Carfax report, and a clear Pennsylvania title.