This 1922 Ford Model T/A Dirt Track Roadster was originally built by Tommy Garland of Buellton, California and completed in 1948. The seller acquired this Roadster through RM Sotheby’s in 2016, and approximately 100 hours of work was subsequently performed by hot-rod specialist Jimmy Shine.
This 1959 BMC Formula Junior is the first of 25 eaxmples produced by Joe Huffaker, with whom the car remained through its 2008 restoration. It was acquired by the seller in 2012 and has since participated in roughly 30 races. A $20k+ refresh was performed by Huffaker earlier this year.
This 1957 Porsche 356A Reutter Coupe was purchased by the seller in 1988 and driven weekly for much of the 1990s. Power is supplied by a big-bore 1720cc flat-four paired with a 4-speed gearbox, and modifications include a Bursch exhaust, aftermarket chrome wheels, and a set of custom bumpers.
This 996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S was ordered through the Exclusive Programme with Turbo II front and rear spoilers, stainless steel tailpipes, and aluminum interior trim. Power comes from a stock 3.6-liter flat-six engine backed by a 6-speed manual gearbox, and the car was also optioned with a sport suspension and power sport seats.
This Acura Integra Type R is one of 1,000 sold in the US for 1998 and shows 22k miles. Power is from a 1.8L VTEC four mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle and limited-slip differential. Just 15 miles have been added since the seller’s acquisition five months ago. The car is sold with a recent inspection report, stock wheels, and a window sticker.
This 1933 Ford Roadster was built by Barry Lobeck using a steel body and a modified custom chassis. Believed to be the final car built by Lobeck, it is powered by a 383ci V8 and features include a 3-piece Rootleib hood, heated tan leather seating, a Haartz cloth top, an Inglese cross-ram manifold with Webers, and much more.
This 1994 Porsche Carrera 4 is one of just 267 widebody coupes delivered to North America and remained with the original owner until 2014. Finished in Guards Red over a Cashmere Beige partial leather interior, the car shoes 172k miles and has received significant servicing over the last four years as detailed in the listing.
This 1977 Lotus Esprit is one of 544 S1 cars built for North America and is finished in Carnival Red over a green interior with tartan inserts. Power is from a carbureted 2.0L four paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The car has been driven little since a recommissioning several years ago and its odometer shows 18k miles.
This 1964 Buick Riviera was extensively modified by the previous owner and purchased 11 years ago for the collection of the current owner, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. Finished in matte black with a gold metallic flake roof, the car also features air suspension, Astro Supreme wheels, and an upgraded stereo system.
This 1973 BMW 3.0CS is finished in Polaris Silver over black and shows 61k kilometers (~38k miles). Imported by the seller from Japan, this car is powered by a 3.0-liter M30 inline-six paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Modifications include an Alpina steering wheel, CSL front valence, and a Nakamichi head unit.
This 1969 Pontiac Trans Am is said to be one of 492 WQ-code examples equipped with a 400ci V8, Ram Air III induction, and a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. The car was restored in 1995 under previous ownership and stampings, trim tags, and PHS documentation indicate a numbers-matching driveline.
This 1990 Lancia Lancia Delta Integrale has been rallied in Europe and is a tribute to the iconic Evo Group A Martini Racing Team WRC cars that won the 1000 lakes rally in 1992 with driver Didier Auriol. The current private seller has owned the car for nine years.
This 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo has been extensively modified mechanically and cosmetically. Power comes from an upgraded turbocharged 3.3L flat-six paired with a Rothsport close-ratio 6-speed manual transaxle. The odometer shows 55k miles, and full specifications are provided in the description.
This 1972 Nissan Skyline coupe was imported to the US by the seller three years ago and recently received a major overhaul. The injected Rebello 3.2L six is paired with an R31 5-speed and an LSD. Improved brakes and suspension have also been added along with Watanabe wheels, carbon fender flares, Recaro seats, and more.
This 1984 Porsche 911 is a heavily modified M491 coupe that was acquired by the seller as a partially complete project. A repaint was performed in 2017, and the sunroof has been deleted. A longhood conversion was recently performed and an LSD was also added along with many other components as described in the listing.
This 1981 Alpina B7 Turbo was imported to California from Belgium in the 1990s and acquired by the seller last year. Finished in Sapphire Blue Metallic over a black interior with Alpina fabric, the car now shows 144k kilometers (~90k miles) and is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual.
This 1969 Jaguar XKE coupe was reportedly stored from 1988 until the seller’s purchase in 2016. Power is from a 4.2L six mated to a 4-speed manual transmission with overdrive, and work since the seller’s acquisition included a new exhaust, wiring harnesses, and aluminum radiator. The car comes with recent records, a tool kit, and a JHC.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was purchased new in Virginia equipped with a 4-speed manual gearbox. Additional options included a L79 327ci V8, Positraction axle, hardtop, power steering and windows, and more. A new short block was fitted under warranty and later work included a repaint, exhaust parts, front suspension rebuild, and new tires.
This 2004 Porsche 911 GT2 is finished in Speed Yellow over black and has 7,686 miles. The twin-turbo 3.6L flat-six sends power to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual, and a Porsche bolt-in roll bar was added by the previous owner along with an intake and exhaust from Evolution Motorsports.
This 1973 Porsche 911S is a numbers-matching Targa that was refurbished approximately 15 years ago. Finished in Red Metallic over black leather, the car is powered by a 2.4L flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. It is sold with records and literature, accessories, refurbishment photos, blue California plates, and a Porsche CoA.
This 1991 BMW M5 was sold new in Pennsylvania and remained with its first owner until acquired by the selling dealer in 2015. The car is powered by a 3.6-liter inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential. It shows 26k miles and is sold with a service booklet, window sticker, manuals, and clean Carfax report.
This 1956 BMW Isetta 300 is a bubble-window model that was restored from 2001-2006 with an acid dip, new paint, refreshed cosmetics, engine rebuild, and more. The 298cc single was fitted with new gaskets installed earlier this year, and the 4-speed manual gearbox was refreshed. Records of the work are included in the sale.
This 1956 Porsche 356A Speedster was acquired by the seller 24 years ago as a non-running project out of Ohio. Subsequent refurbishment included body repairs and a repaint in the original red, as well as the installation of a 1,750cc flat-four sourced from a 912. Receipts and photographs are included in the sale.
This 1962 Chevrolet Corvette is equipped with a 327ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and finished in red over red with a matching hardtop. The car sat in storage from the early 1980s before undergoing a 2005-2007 restoration, and has accumulated 3,200 miles since completion of the work.
This 1973 BMW 2002 features a Korman-built 2,152cc inline-four mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. and is finished in Sahara Beige over a saddle and black interior. The car was refurbished by the seller from 2002-2005, and service in 2017 included a new water pump and tii brake master cylinder. It is sold with 16 years of records.
This 1933 Ford Roadster was built over a period of four years by Barry Lobeck using a steel reproduction body and a modified custom chassis. Believed to be the final car built by Lobeck, it was delivered to its first owner in 2012 and is powered by a 383ci V8 crate motor from GM Performance. Other features include a 3-piece Rootleib hood, heated leather seating, a Haartz cloth top, air conditioning, a Lokar shifter, 700R4 automatic with overdrive, 4-wheel disc brakes, a rolled rear pan, and much more as described below. This unique hot rod was purchased in 2016 by the seller, who has since added 3k of the 11k indicated miles. Finished in a Jaguar dark blue over a tan interior, the car is titled as a 1933 Ford Roadster and has won a number of awards since completion. It has been modified by the seller with Halibrand-style knock-off wheels and Weber carburetors on an Inglese cross-ram manifold. This 33 Ford Roadster is now being offered with build documentation, service records since new, spares, a cover, and a clear British Columbia title in the seller’s name.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is an RS/SS model that began life finished in Mountain Green with a black vinyl top and equipped with a 350ci L48 V8 and 2-speed Powerglide transmission. Acquired by a previous owner in poor condition, it was refurbished and modified to its current configuration in 2013. The car is now finished in burgundy with silver stripes and powered by a modified 383ci V8 built by Prestige Motorsports. The seller has owned this Camaro for a year, and has been within his family for the past five years, during which just over 1,000 miles have been added. A recent appraisal detailing the build is included in the sale along with with a clean historic Connecticut title in the seller’s name.
This 1996 Mercedes-Benz SL500 is finished in Polar White with a black soft top over a grey leather interior and has been with its current owner since 2015. Power is from a 5.0L M119 V8 installed ahead of a 5-speed automatic transmission. The current owner has added approximately 1,000 of the 56k indicated miles, and recent service included an oil and filter change as well as a new serpentine belt. This R129 is offered by the selling dealer on its owner’s behalf with partial service records, a removable hardtop and storage cart, a Carfax report, and a clean Michigan title.
This 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limousine is finished in blue and powered by a 429ci V8 equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor and paired with an automatic transmission. The car features R134a converted front and rear air conditioning, a powered glass compartment divider, a leather and cloth interior, cruise control, powered wing windows, and more. This Series 75 limo was recently acquired by the selling dealer and is offered with a clean Florida title.
This 1970 Porsche 911T coupe is a race car converted by Jim Newton at Automobile Associates of Canton, Connecticut with a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter flat-six from a 2002 911 GT2, a G50 transaxle with custom gearing, fiberglass bodywork, 935-style front and modified 930 rear suspension, a roll cage, safety equipment, and more. The car reportedly found success at a number of PCA GTP1 events under previous ownership, and has been used for approximately 10 driver education events during its three years with the seller. This modified 911 is offered with build records, an extra set of BBS wheels, and a Connecticut bill of sale.
This 1990 Lancia Lancia Delta Integrale has been rallied in Europe and is a tribute to the iconic Evo Group A Martini Racing Team WRC cars that won the 1000 lakes rally in 1992 with driver Didier Auriol. The current private seller has owned the car for nine years. He purchased it from a racer in Venice, Italy and has EPA importation documents in his name. The build includes many period competition parts and was completed by Alves Corse in Turin, Italy who was involved with Abarth rally in period. The seller says that the car is serviced and ready for racing other than harnesses and tires. Extensive spares included are listed below and the car is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
This 1966 Fiat 500 underwent a Jolly-style conversion in Italy prior to being imported to South Carolina by the seller three years ago. Work conducted during the conversion included removal of the roof, new red paint, installation of a 650cc 2-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual gearbox with synchromesh, and a customized interior. The seller has added approximately 400 of the 23k kilometers (~14k miles) indicated on the odometer, and a 2017 service included changing the engine oil, spark plugs, and muffler. This Fiat is offered with a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.
This 1987 BMW M6 is finished in black over grey leather and was acquired by the seller 12 years ago. Power comes from a 3.5-liter S38B35 inline-six paired with a Getrag 5-speed manual gearbox, while modifications include a Racing Dynamics front strut brace, a set of 16″ Style 5 wheels, and a Turner Motorsports ECU chip. Recent maintenance included reinforcing the steering box in 2017 as well as reupholstering the front seats and changing the engine oil this year. This E24 M6 is offered with records back to 1989, a Carfax report, and a clean Washington State title in the seller’s name.
This 1981 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser was fitted with a powder coated Aqualu aluminum body by its previous owner and is powered by a 4.2L inline-six paired with a 4-speed manual transmission and 2-speed transfer case. Further modifications include lifted suspension on Bilstein shocks and Alcan springs, ARB air lockers, a Saginaw power steering conversion, a frame-mounted “family cage,” and more. The seller purchased the truck in 2012 and has since performed additional sorting such as a rebuild of the transfer case linkage, new water pump, replacement of engine seals, new hinge hardware, and fresh carpets. This FJ40 shows 108k miles and is offered with a clean Carfax, removable roof rack, storage cage and Yeti cooler, service records, and a clean New York title in the seller’s name.
This 2008 Audi R8 was sold new by Audi Manhattan and acquired by the selling dealer two months ago with 38k miles. The car was converted to rear-wheel drive from its factory Quattro all-wheel drive setup in February 2018 by Dyno-Comp of Scottsdale, Arizona and is powered by a 4.2-liter V8 paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. Features and modifications include Ice Silver Metallic paint, a black Nappa leather interior with houndstooth inserts, a gated shifter, heated power sport seats, color-matched side blades, and a painted engine cover. Two 2018 services by Audi North Scottsdale saw the fitment of a new battery, spark plugs and coils, and an oil change. This R8 is being sold with a clean Carfax report, a transferable warranty, and a clear Arizona title.
This 1976 Chevrolet K20 Scottsdale is a largely unmodified 3/4 ton model powered by a 400ci V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission and full-time 4wd transfer case. The seller says it was previously under long-term ownership as a farm vehicle and the odometer reading of 22k miles are believed to be accurate. The seller has driven the truck approximately 500 miles since acquiring it in February 2018 after seeing it featured here on BaT the same month. An engine oil and transmission change was completed in March 2018 and this K20 is now being offered with partial service invoices, an original sales brochure, and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.
This 2006 BMW M3 Convertible has 97k miles and is finished in Imola Red over black with a black soft top. Purchased by the seller in May 2017, the car is powered by a 3.2-liter S54 inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. Interior equipment includes heated and powered front sport seats with memory, a multi-function leather steering wheel, navigation, auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, BMW Assist with Bluetooth, and BMW Park Distance Control (PDC) system. Maintenance performed since May 2017 included new VANOS filter and seals, a new fuel pump, new A/C drive belt, new spark plugs and coils, new battery, and more as described below. This E46 is being sold with partial service records, a Carfax report, and a clear Colorado title.
This 1962 Kaiser-Jeep CJ5 Universal 4×4 reportedly spent its early life plowing snow from the parking lot of a Pennsylvania funeral home and was purchased by the seller eight years ago. The truck is powered by a 134ci “Hurricane” F-head inline-four mated to a 3-speed manual gearbox, and equipped with a Koenig hardtop and doors, Rancho shocks, a 9,000 lb. Ramsey winch, front seat belts, and a rear seat. The truck was repainted upon the seller’s acquisition, replacement doors were fabricated, new floors were installed, and a plastic fuel tank was added. This CJ5 has reportedly been a local car show winner since completion of the work and is offered with a clear New York title in the seller’s name.
This 1993 Porsche 968 Cabriolet is reportedly one of just 2,008 built over a 3-year production run and is finished in Slate Grey Metallic over a black leather interior. The car resided in Arizona from 1994-2004 and stayed with its previous longterm owner on Long Island, New York between 2004-2015. The Missouri-based seller has added less than 1,000 of the 82k indicated miles since his 2015 purchase. Power comes from a 3.0L M44 inline-four paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle. A new fabric top was installed in 2016 and a PPI was conducted in September 2017 along with replacement of the engine mounts and front control arm bushings. This 968 Cabriolet is offered with a clean Carfax, partial service records, a recent PPI, owner’s books, and a clean Missouri title in the seller’s name.
This 1971 Datsun 240Z is powered by a Rebello Racing-built L28 inline-six with a stroker crank, JE pistons, and an E88 cylinder head. Additional setup details include Rebello’s “Full-On” kit, which consists of dual big bore SU carbs, street porting, and their camshaft kit. The engine was installed under the previous ownership in San Diego, California, along with the later 5-speed manual transmission running to a Datsun R180 differential. The seller acquired the car a year ago and has since added 1,500 miles while finishing the interior, installing new bumpers and Rota wheels, and more. This 240Z is offered with engine receipts and a clean Minnesota title in the seller’s name.
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