This Ferrari 328 GTS was sold new at Ogner Motorcars in Simi Valley, California and and briefly spent time in Florida with a previous owner in 2014. Power is from a 3.2-liter quad-cam V8 paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. An engine-out service was performed 2k miles ago in 2014.
This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 is powered by a 455ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission and a 3.42:1 limited-slip rear end. Options include the W30 package, a fiberglass hood with dual intakes, power-assisted front disc brakes, and more. The car is offered with a broadcast sheet, a Protect-O-Plate, a window sticker, and a Rocket Report.
This 1952 Allard K2 is an aluminum-bodied 2-seat roadster equipped with a 402ci Cadillac V8 and a 3-speed manual LaSalle gearbox. It is one of 119 produced by the British manufacturer, and one of just 79 LHD models built for the US-market. A restoration was performed in the 1990s, and a 2016-2018 mechanical refurbishment included an engine rebuild.
This 1964 Austin-Healey Sebring Sprite is believed to have been a factory entrant in the 1964 12 Hours of Sebring, where it retired after nine laps due to a bent axle. It was then refurbished by Austin-Healey and sold to a Pennsylvania-based BMC dealer. The sale includes historical photographs, factory correspondence, and other documentation.
This 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 coupe has been modified with Turbo-style fender flares, fiberglass bumpers, and a ducktail spoiler. Additional alterations include a KW coilover suspension, 18” BBS wheels, Recaro seats, a roll bar, and more. The replacement 3.6-liter flat-six was rebuilt in 2003, and shifting is from a G50 5-speed manual transaxle.
This 1971 Ford Escort has been inspected by a marque specialist and is believed to be one of three three twin-cam cars supplied to Ford of Portugal when new. It has been converted to LHD and is powered by a 1.6L DOHC inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. Modifications include a roll bar, racing seats, rally instrumentation, and more.
This 1996 Acura NSX-T shows just over 45k miles. The car is finished in Formula Red over black, and power is provided by a 3.0L V6 paired to a 5-speed manual transaxle. Service records are included beginning in 2005, and show a 2009 timing belt service, and a 2018 service including new rear pads, rotors, fuel filter, and more.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was refurbished by a previous owner and used as a show car, garnering an NCRS Top Flight award in 2005 before being purchased by the seller 12 years ago. It is powered by a numbers-matching 427ci L36 V8 paired with a Muncie M21 4-speed close-ratio transmission and a 3.70:1 Posi-traction rear axle.
This 1971 BMW 2002ti is reportedly one of just 50 factory 2002 Touring Internationals imported into Canada for homologation purposes. Chassis 1691263 was manufactured on August 31, 1970 and first sold at BMW Canbec in Montreal, Quebec. The seller states it was delivered with a 5-speed close-ratio manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential.
This 2017 Toyota Corolla iM was designed and built by Papadakis Racing and campaigned in the 2017 Formula Drift Pro Championship by racing driver Fredric Aasbo. The car features a longitudinally mounted 2.7L turbo four sending power to the rear wheels through a G-Force 4-speed manual transmission and a carbon fiber driveshaft.
This 1972 Porsche 911T reportedly remained with the original owner until 2007, when the second owner purchased it and modified it for track use, keeping the car for 11 years until his passing. Power is from a 2.4-liter 911S flat-six with PMO carbs paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle, and other modifications include suspension and brake upgrades.
This 1992 Maserati Shamal is one of 396 examples sold during a six year production run and shows just over 69k kilometers (~43k miles). The twin-turbocharged 3.2-liter DOHC V8 sends power to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox, and a service conducted in March 2017 included replacing the timing belt, water pump, and radiator.
This 1980 Ferrari 308 GTSi is powered by a fuel-injected 2.9-liter V8 paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle and was purchased by the seller’s brother in November 2014. The seats have been reupholstered in black and red, and the timing belt was reportedly replaced three years ago.
This 1952 Siata 300BC Barchetta Sport Spider is one of 40 built between 1951 and 1954 and was refurbished under prior ownership. The car is powered by a 1,400cc Fiat inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox and was purchased by its current owner six years ago from the Bill Jacobs collection.
This 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 is finished in Grand Prix White over a black leather interior and factory sport seats. Additional equipment includes a limited-slip differential. Power comes from a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle, and modifications include H&R coilovers, a B&B exhaust system, and 17″ Mille Miglia wheels.
This Alfa Romeo A12 long-wheelbase truck was acquired by the seller in 2015 in Parma, Italy. A subsequent refurbishment saw the paint, interior, and suspension refinished, as well as the electrical, cooling, and fuel systems overhauled. The 1,290cc inline-four and 4-speed manual transaxle were reconditioned and drive the front wheels.
This 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo shows 84k miles and was purchased by the seller in November 2018. The car is finished in black over black full leather and powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter flat-six paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle, a limited-slip differential, and all-wheel drive.
This 512 TR was kept by its original owner until 2018 and has 33k miles. It is stock aside from a Sony CD player and radar detector. Power comes from a 4.9L flat-12 paired to a dogleg 5-speed transaxle. Service records from new accompany the sale including a $17k engine-out job in 2014 at 30k miles. In 2015 the car was Ferrari Classiche Certified.
This Camaro SS is one of 1,138 examples built with a factory L78 375 hp 396ci V8, which is paired with a Muncie M-21 4-speed manual. The car was built in Norwood, Ohio finished in Butternut Yellow over black. Additional equipment includes power disc brakes, power steering, a 12-bolt rear end, a center console and gauge package, and tinted glass.
This 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Carbon Black edition is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 paired with a rear-mounted 6-speed manual transaxle. Features include a bright grille, anodized sills, 10-spoke wheels, Obsidian sport seats, piano black and carbon trim, an Alcantara headliner, and more. The car shows 26k miles and comes with a clean Carfax.
This 1966 Buick Riviera is believed to have been the subject of a refurbishment conducted under previous ownership and was recently acquired by the selling dealer following eight years in Oklahoma. Power comes from a 425ci Wildcat V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission, and equipment includes power steering and brakes, bucket seats, power windows, and more. This Riviera is offered in Washington State with a clean Oklahoma title.
This 1972 Porsche 914 is powered by a modified flat-four paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Records from previous owners show the car spent time in Wisconsin during the late 1970s, and came to California a few years before the seller acquired it in 2018. The car is finished in white with a black targa top over a black interior, and period 5-spoke wheels and Coco mats have been fitted. Engine modifications are said to include a displacement increase to 2.2 liters, Web camshafts, ported heads, 48mm Dell’Orto carburetors, and more as detailed in the listing. This 914 is offered by the selling dealer in Phoenix, Arizona with service records, spare keys, 914 owner’s manuals in a vinyl folder, and a clean California title.
This 2012 Cadillac CTS-V wagon is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, and is one of a reported 137 CTS-V wagons built for the model year equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission. This sunroof-delte example is finished in Crystal Red Tintcoat over a black interior, and it was purchased by the seller as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle in February 2013. He has since added 63k of the 71k indicated miles and also installed a cold-air intake and aftermarket cat-back exhaust. New Continental tires were mounted 3k miles ago in November 2018, and the oil and rear differential fluid were changed at 70k miles. This CTS-V wagon is now offered with service records, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 is finished in Grand Prix White and was with its previous owner for 20 years prior to the selling dealer’s recent acquisition. Factory equipment includes a limited-slip differential, sport seats, an electric sunroof, and cruise control. Power comes from a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle, and modifications include H&R coilovers, a B&B exhaust system, and 17″ Mille Miglia wheels. Recent maintenance included new pads and rotors, replacing various fluids, and more. Now showing just over 104k miles, this 964 is offered by the selling dealer with service records, a stamped service booklet, a pre-purchase inspection, clean Carfax and AutoCheck reports, and a clean California title.
This 1986 Lincoln Town Car is a Cartier Designer Series model finished in Crystal Metallic over Oxford Gray leather, and powered by a 5.0L V8 paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The car was reportedly kept in storage in California from the late 1980s until 2018, at which point a replacement fuel tank and pump were installed, a tune-up completed, and the air conditioning system repaired. The selling dealer acquired the car approximately nine months ago and has since refurbished the dash pad, repaired the electronic fuel level sending unit, and replaced a window regulator. Now showing just under 12k miles, this Town Car is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with owner’s booklets, a window sticker, and a clean California title.
This 1971 Datsun 510 was acquired by the current owner approximately two years ago and has since been modified with the installation of a turbocharged 2.0L SR20DET inline-four, a 5-speed manual transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes, a roll cage, and Scion FR-S seats. Additional modifications include AEM engine management, Sardo fuel injectors, and an Aeromotive fuel pump. This 510 has been repainted in Audi Nardo Grey, and is now offered by the owner’s father with a clean California title in the owner’s name.
This 2001 Land Rover Range Rover 4.6 HSE is finished in metallic gray over beige leather with black piping and shows 52,867 total miles. The truck has been owned in Washington DC and Virginia from new, and the previous owner is said to be a collector who owned two Land Rover service shops. According to the selling dealer, this example is stock aside from having the factory air suspension replaced with coils. Power comes from a 4.6L V8 paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. This low-mile Land Rover is now offered at no reserve with receipts for a recent $5k service described below, factory books, a clean Carfax, and a clean Virginia title.
This 1970 Chevrolet Corvette was inherited by the seller from its original owner and is powered by a 454ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The car is finished in Mulsanne Blue over a blue vinyl interior and work within the past five years has included the installation of new tires, the addition of power steering, and replacement of the exhaust system including the manifolds. The seller’s ex-wife was the original owner and he inherited the car from her upon her passing. This C3 is offered with binders of service records and documents dating back to the 1970s, a one-piece Lexan top, storage bags for it and the T-tops, and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.
This 1978 Datsun 280Z is powered by a fuel-injected 2.8L straight-six paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and finished in Racing Green over a brown interior. The seller purchased the car in 1999, and work during their ownership included replacement of the struts and fitment of neoprene suspension bushings, along with the installation of an engine, transmission, and rear differential from a 1979 280ZX. This 280Z is now offered at no reserve with spare parts including the removed factory drivetrain, service records from current ownership, and a clean Montana title in the seller’s name.
This 1972 Pontiac LeMans Sport convertible was sold new by Ferrar-Bach Pontiac in Los Angeles, California and was refreshed approximately 10 years ago with new Cameo White paint and interior work according to the selling dealer. Power comes from a 455ci V8 mated to a Turbo Hydra-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission, and factory equipment includes a power soft top, air conditioning, the Decor Group, and rally gauges as well as power-assisted steering and brakes. Work in 2016 consisted of a transmission service and audio system upgrade as well as replacing suspension components, a valve cover gasket, the rear main seal, engine mounts, and more. This LeMans is offered on consignment in Massachusetts with a build sheet, documents from Pontiac Historic Services, a blue California license plate, refurbishment photos, and a clean Connecticut title.
This 1993 Volvo 240 Classic Limited Edition wagon was purchased new by the seller at Mitchell Pontiac in Simsbury, Connecticut and shows 251k miles. The car is finished in Ruby Red over a tan cloth interior and powered by a 2.3-liter inline-four mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Factory features include a slicktop roof, power mirrors, heated seats, cruise control, air conditioning, and more. The stereo has been upgraded, and service throughout the years included fitment of new timing belt, windshield, and battery as well as an A/C recharge and more. This 240 is offered with service records since new, a window sticker, a Carfax report, and a clean Montana title in the seller’s name.
This 1995 Everett-Morrison Cobra replica is a 1995 kit that was reportedly completed in 1999 before being purchased new by its current owner in 2002. The car is powered by a 408ci Ford Windsor V8 paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, and the fiberglass bodywork is finished in red over a black interior. Work in summer 2018 included installation of new front brake rotors and pads as well as replacement U-joints. This Cobra replica shows approximately 8k miles and is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of its owner with partial service records and a clean Missouri title.
This 1990 BMW 325is was sold new at Mill Valley Imports in San Rafael, California, and was reportedly traded-in by the original owner before being purchased by the seller at a Los Gatos dealership in 1998. Power comes from a 2.5L inline-six mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and factory limited-slip differential. Features include sport seats, an M-Tech I steering wheel, air conditioning, and more. Provided service records date back to 1998, and the car received a timing belt service and an oil/filter change in June 2018. Now showing 159k miles, this E30 is being offered with the original manuals, tool kit, a clean Carfax, and a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.
This 1964 Dodge Polara is powered by a 426ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission and finished in Anniversary Gold over a gold vinyl interior. Believed to have been sold new in Des Moines, Iowa, the car was fitted with a replacement engine under previous ownership along with dual carburetors, a cross-ram intake manifold, and a dual exhaust system with cutouts. This Polara was recently acquired by the seller from an estate after nine years of storage and is now offered with a commemorative letter opener and cigarette lighter, a spare radio, starter, and distributor, an owner’s manual and warranty booklet, and Alberta registration.
This 2000 BMW M Roadster has covered just 28k miles and is one of 4,338 made for the North American market that year and one of just 31 built in Dakar Yellow II over dark gray/black two-tone Nappa leather. It is powered by a 3.2L S52 inline-six paired to a 5-speed ZF manual transmission. The selling dealer acquired the car last October and has since performed an inspection and an oil change. This M Roadster is now offered with a matching OEM hardtop, original manuals, a clean Carfax showing two California owners and a clean California title.
This 1967 Dodge Charger was purchased new by the current owner and was professionally restored in 2016 by Investment Vehicle Restorations of Alberta. Finished in red with a white interior, it is powered by a 375-hp 440-cubic-inch Magnum V-8 paired with a 3-speed 727 automatic transmission. Sold new in Alberta, Canada, this Charger has remained in the area since, and currently shows 96k miles. The seller is listing the car on behalf of the elderly original owner, and the Charger is sold with an Alberta transferable registration in the owner’s name.
This 1993 Ferrari 512 TR is a Red Book-certified black over black example that is one of 408 US-spec cars produced. This car was completed in September 1992 and sold new on April 28, 1994 by Lake Forest Sportscars Ltd. to the founder of Lucini Italia Olive Oils, who traded in his 1986 Testarossa. The car was kept by its original owner until the selling dealer’s purchase in 2018 with 32,635 miles. It now has 33,013 total miles and is described as stock aside from a Sony CD player and changer installed by the dealer when new plus a period radar detector. Power comes from a Tipo F113 D 4.9L flat-12 paired to a dogleg 5-speed manual transaxle. Service documentation from new accompanies the sale including a $17k engine-out service from Ferrari of Palm Beach in 2014 at 30k miles as described below. In 2015 the car was Ferrari Classiche Certified and received a Red Book. This 512 TR is now offered with 220+ pictures, Ferrari Classiche documentation, the history and maintenance file, factory books and accessories, clean Carfax/AutoCheck reports, and a clean Texas title.
This 1988 Toyota BJ73 Land Cruiser is a left-hand drive example imported from Spain to the US in April 2016 and acquired by the seller shortly thereafter. Power comes from a turbodiesel inline-five mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and a part-time 4WD transfer-case. Work during the seller’s time with the truck included a repaint in gray and retrofitting an air conditioning system, as well as installing four tires, a battery, glow-plugs, and more as detailed in the listing below. Now showing 184k kilometers (~114k miles), this BJ73 is offered at no reserve with receipts for recent work and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 1952 Siata 300BC Barchetta Sport Spider is #15 of approximately 40 Bertone-built examples produced between 1951 and 1954. Societa Italiana Auto Trasformazioni Accessori was initially founded by Giorgio Ambrosini to offer Fiat tuning parts, but found racing success in the late 1940s and early 1950s and became a manufacturer of small competition-oriented roadsters. This example is powered by a 1,400cc Fiat inline-four and was purchased by its current owner 10 years ago from the late collector Bill Jacobs, following a refurbishment under previous ownership. This Siata 300BC is offered by the selling dealer with a clean Illinois title.
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