This 1965 Griffith 400 is one of just 59 produced by Jack Griffith at his Syosset, New York facility and has spent much of its life in longterm storage. Based on a modifed TVR Grantura MkIV, the car utilizes a tube chassis, independent suspension, and receives power from a 289ci V8 paired to a 4-speed gearbox.
This 1989 Volkswagen Transporter Tristar Syncro is #247 of 500 built and was imported in 2007. Equipment includes a 1.9L turbodiesel four, off-road suspension, rebuilt 4-speed transaxle, locking differentials, driveshaft decoupler, 16″ wheels, and mud-terrain tires. Recent service consisted of a new timing belt, fuel pump, and valve cover gasket.
This 1990 BMW M3 was purchased by a BMW technician in Georgia in 1998 who repainted the car, rebuilt the engine, added Bilstein shocks, and performed a few cosmetic modifications. The seller bought the car in 2013 and serviced the 2.3-liter S14 engine with a new chain tensioner, intake manifold assembly, drive belts, valve adjustment, and more.
This 2007 Porsche GT3 RS has just over 16k miles and is one of roughly 450 RS examples produced for the North American market between 2007 and 2008. This 997.1 GT3 RS is now being offered for sale with a DME report showing zero ignitions in ranges three – six, a clean Carfax, and a clear Ohio title.
This 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 is powered by a 6.2L L94 Vortec V8 backed by a 6-speed automatic transmission and has been repainted in metallic red. Additional updates have been made to the wiring, instrumentation, seats, and other interior components. Receipts from the updates are included in the sale.
This 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 is a black over black example that has just over 12k miles. Power comes from a 3.8-liter Mezger flat-six linked to a 6-speed manual transaxle, and the car is said to remain unmodified. This GT3 is now being offered for sale with a DME report, a clean Carfax, and a clear Ohio title.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is a factory Z/28 with 40+ years of documented race history, including the Camel GT series in the early 1970s. Power comes from a 604 horsepower 310ci V8 backed by a Jerico 4-speed gearbox. A $50k+ reconditioning was performed after the seller’s purchase as detailed in the description.
This Super 90 coupe was originally finished in Ruby Red over Black leatherette and was purchased by the seller from its prior owner of 20 years in 2002. Based on 42 years of included documentation, the car now has 148k miles. Power comes from a non-original 1600cc Super 90 flat-four paired to a 4-speed manual transaxle.
This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible resto-mod was completed in 2017 and features a Mopar 472ci V8 mated to a Tremec TKO 600 5-speed manual transmission. Records detail the work and upgrades to the cost of $200k. For sale in Alamo, California, this resto-mod comes with build receipts and a clean Montana title in the seller’s company’s name.
This 1992 Acura NSX has 69k miles and remained with the original owner until his passing in 2017. A service in 2014 at 65k miles included a new timing belt, water pump, tires, spark plugs, and more. The thermostat was replaced by the selling dealer in December 2017, and an oil change was also performed.
This ACR is finished in Viper Red Clear Coat over Black leather and has just 5,940 miles. In addition to the $10k Cometition Group (ACR) package, this car was ordered with the Comfort Group package including A/C and a radio. Modification is reportedly limited to a stainless steel cat-back exhaust system.
This 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark II is finished in Healey Blue with Ivory coves and has been with the seller for seven years. A restoration was carried out five years ago and included chemically-dipping the body and frame followed by a repaint, as well as rebuilding the 2.9-liter inline-six, 4-speed gearbox, and overdrive unit.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is finished in Malboro Maroon with a black soft top and reportedly underwent a body-off restoration from 2002-2005 by it previous owner of 30 years that included new paint, a rebuild of its original 427ci V8, and fresh interior pieces. A removable hardtop and the original order sheet accompany the sale.
This 1993 Mazda RX-7 Touring is finished in Vintage Red over black leather and shows 15k miles. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 1.3L rotary engine paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, with bolt-on modifications for improved drivability. Owner’s books, a Carfax report, and an extra wheel set are included.
This 1971 Porsche 914 is a modified example finished in Signal Orange, powered by a 3.2L flat-six from a 1988 911 Carrera, with 5-speed 915 gearbox. The build was completed under the previous owner in 2015, and features steel fender flares, a custom interior, Koni/Boge dampers, 993 Cup wheels, and more.
This 2014 Cadillac CTS-V shows just 362 miles and is believed to be one of 10 wagons optioned with 2014-only Red Obsession Tintcoat in combination with a 6-speed manual transmission. Power comes from a supercharged 6.2L V8 and factory equipment includes a limited-slip differential, magnetic ride control, Brembo brakes, and Ultraview sunroof.
This 1956 Porsche 356 is a US-market Reutter coupe project that retains its original 1.6-liter flat-four and 4-speed manual transaxle. The car originally came with “European” script badging as confirmed by the included Porsche CoA, and was purchased by the selling dealer four years ago after partial work by a previous owner.
This 1974 BMW 2002tii was restored by Sports Car Restoration in Connecticut and Casey Motorsports in California over a period of several years beginning in 2003. The collaboration featured a repaint in Malaga, a Euro bumper conversion, and refurbishment of the interior, as well as a suspension upgrade and mechanical refresh.
This 1983 Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole is finished in white over black leather and shows just 31k miles. It has reportedly remained in Texas with three owners from new. Power comes from a 3.0L-liter V8 mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle, and a major belt service was performed in November 2017.
This 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet is finished in Linen Grey Metallic over black partial leather and has been with the seller for 14 years. Power is provided by a 3.6-liter flat-six, and the 5-speed manual transaxle is equipped with a factory limited-slip differential. Less than 1k miles have been added by the seller, and under his care the car has received a new clutch, brake work, a new top, and more. Within the last year the valves were adjusted, the oil and filter were changed, and the car passed a California smog check. This 964 is now offered with partial records from 1990-2000, most records from 2000-2018, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, an accident-free Carfax report, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1963 Austin Mini is a stalled restoration project that was purchased by the seller 18 months ago along with a parts car and several spares. Believed to be a former track car with wheel flairs, an interior roll bar, and rubber hood straps, this example is powered by a transverse 1275cc inline-four coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission. The seller notes that the car will require a full restoration of the body, interior, and suspension. It is now being sold at no reserve with a 1964 Mini parts car, spares from two donor cars, and a clean Tennessee title.
This 1974 Triumph TR6 is finished in Mallard Blue and reportedly spent most of its life in the Philadelphia area before a recent move to California. It is powered by a 2.5L straight-six paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox and was acquired recently by the seller, who believes himself its third owner. The ring gear, clutch, flywheel, and starter have since been replaced, and a new canvas top has also been installed. This TR6 is sold with an owner’s manual, recent service records, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1976 Dodge D-Series Pickup features a stock 318ci V8 backed by a Torque Flite automatic transmission and was sold new at Valley Motors in Auburn, Washington, where it would remain with its original owner until its sale in 2011. Purchased by the seller from the second owner in 2015, the truck is accompanied by service records limited to maintenance performed by the seller that includes new valve stem seals, intake manifold gasket, carburetor, transmission and rear end service, coolant hoses, thermostat, and more as described below. The third generation of the D-Series pickups (with the “D” signifying a 2WD model) were produced from 1972 through 1980, at which time independent front suspension was incorporated. This D-Series is offered by the seller at no reserve with the original dealer warranty book and registration card, keys, parts invoices, spare parts, and a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.
This 1953 Studebaker Commander has been built into a stunning salt flat racer tribute, looking out-of-this-world covered in louvers, pinstriping, and VW Cosmic Green paint. Then there’s the raked chop, beautifully executed interior, and massive 526ci Caddy V8 driving the rears through a TH400 automatic. Previously featured in Rod and Custom Magazine and formerly owned by Wayne Carini, this car would be a huge hit wherever you cruised too, even if its way too clean to actually run at Bonneville. Find it here on eBay in Saint George, Utah for $79,500 OBO.
This 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 is a black on black example that has just over 12k miles. It was sold new in Florida and spent time in Georgia and West Virginia before being acquired by the Ohio-based selling dealer. Power comes from a 3.8-liter Mezger flat-six mated to a 6-speed manual transaxle, and the car is said to remain unmodified. Factory equipment includes Sport Chrono Plus, heated seats, center-lock wheels, PCM 3.0, and more as described below. The previous owner installed new spark plugs, coils, and Michelin tires within the last year, and the attached Carfax report indicates a history of dealership maintenance by the first three owners. This 997.2 GT3 is now being offered for sale with a DME report, build sheet, a clean Carfax, and a clear Ohio title.
This 1984 Volkswagen Vanagon is equipped with a Westfalia pop top and has been with the seller for about four years. The water-cooled flat-four was increased in displacement to 2.2 liters about 32k miles ago and is paired with a 4-speed manual transaxle. The van now shows about 154k miles, and other modifications include GoWesty shelving in place of the refrigerator, replumbing of the stove for use with propane bottles, upgraded alternator and starter wiring, a GoWesty solid-state instrument cluster kit, and an ARB awning. A refurbishment in 2015 included a new pop-up tent, exhaust, window seals, and more. The windshield was replaced about a month ago, and an oil service was also recently completed. This Vanagon is now offered with receipts detailing the refurbishment, a clean Carfax, and a clear North Carolina title in the seller’s name.
This 2007 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG is finished in Mars Red and equipped with a twin-turbocharged 6.0L V12 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Factory equipment includes adaptive cruise control, parking assist, Keyless Go, and a panoramic roof, while modifications consist of a EuroCharged Performance ECU and TCU as well as an Eisenmann exhaust system, bi-xenon headlamps, and new chrome AMG 5-spoke wheels. Service in May 2018 involved installation of a new windshield, 24 spark plugs, suppressor insulators, ignition coils, a pair of batteries, and filters. This SL65 shows 54k miles and is offered on consignment with a clean Carfax report, window sticker, key fobs, and a clean North Carolina title.
This 1971 Chevrolet El Camino has been partially restored by a previous owner and features a number of mechanical improvements and an older repaint. Originally a base model equipped with a 307ci V8, the seller installed a rebuilt 468ci big-block V8 along with a TH350 3-speed transmission upon purchasing the car in 2013. This El Camino has reportedly been garage stored under a cover when not on the road, and is now being offered with a transferrable New York registration in the seller’s name.
This 1996 Renault Spider Trophy was sold new in the UK, where it reportedly ran in the Spider Trophy race series for a year and continued to be raced over the next decade before its importation to Australia by the seller in 2007. The car features an aluminum chassis with composite bodywork, a 2.0L inline-four that originally produced 180 horsepower in Trophy trim, and a 6-speed SADEV sequential gearbox installed during its time in the UK. It competed in the Targa Tasmania in 2008, and is now offered in Sydney, Australia, with a CAMS logbook, FIA documentation, and a bill of sale.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is finished in Marlboro Maroon over Saddle and is powered by a 327ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. According to the selling dealer, his client purchased the Corvette several years ago in New York in the same condition it appears today, and is only selling as he is in the process of downsizing his collection. Not much history is known except that it reportedly underwent a major refurbishment 20 years ago that included paint, interior, suspension work, and more. This 1967 Corvette is offered with the owner’s manual, warranty information, the tank sticker, an NCRS Shipping Report, and a clear California title.
This 1999 BMW M3 coupe is finished in Cosmo Black over Dove Gray Nappa leather and shows just 25,015 miles. The car is described as unmodified and power comes from a 3.2-liter S52 inline-six, here mated to 5-speed manual gearbox. A $2,780 service conducted just 300 miles ago in April 2017 by Enthusiast Auto Group included installing new belts and a driver’s seat belt buckle, as well as coolant and brake fluid flushes. The seller acquired the car in December 2016 and has driven it sparingly, adding approximately 200 miles since. This E36 M3 is now being offered in Jackson, Wyoming with service records from EAG back to 2013, a clean Autocheck report, and a clean Montana title in the name of an LLC.
This 1966 International Harvester Scout 800 was acquired by the seller in 2012 from a friend who had used it as a plow vehicle. A mechanical and cosmetic refurbishment has since been completed by the seller, including the installation of a Ford 302ci V8 crate engine a T-19 4-speed manual transmission. A repaint was also performed following replacement of the floor pans, and custom bumpers and lighting have been installed along with American Outlaw wheels and 31″ A/T tires. The interior was refreshed with a new seats, a modern audio system, auxiliary instrumentation, and more as described below. This Scout is now being offered with a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.
This 2006 Honda S2000 is finished in Laguna Blue Pearl over black leather and was acquired by the seller three years ago. Power comes from an unmodified 2.2L VTEC four paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox and a factory limited-slip differential. A July 2018 service included installing a new battery, and a new soft top was fitted in 2016. Now showing just over 58k miles, this AP2 S2000 is being auctioned with a clean Carfax report, and a clean Michigan title in the seller’s name.
This 1985 Ford Mustang (VIN 1FABP28TXFF176239) is claimed to be one of 60 Hertz “Rent-A-Racer” SVO variants made, just ten of which wore Dark Sage Green Metallic. Offered with a Marti Report, the car is said to have 67k miles from new, and photos appear to show a well preserved car in accordance with the claim. Interestingly, just 47 Fox Mustangs–all SVO’s–were ever painted this color, further increasing its rarity. Hertz started the Rent-A-Racer program with the original Shelby GT350, though their cars added an H suffix–BaT has featured a few over the years. This is the first SVO example we’ve seen, and its interesting history and cool, Highland Green-esque color make it a standout among a model with higher-than-average numbers of preserved examples. Find it here on eBay in Rockville, Maryland for $25k OBO.
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