This 1973 BMW 3.0CS was acquired by the seller in 2005 and subsequently received a cosmetic and mechanical restoration. Work included a repaint in blue and refreshing interior, as well as the installation of many new suspension, braking, electrical, and trim components. Korman Autoworks also rebuilt the 3.5L M30 inline-six and 5-speed manual.
This 1956 Austin-Healey 100 BN2 Roadster was fitted with a Le Mans conversion kit following production and was originally shipped to Belgium. It was purchased in Ohio by the seller’s father in 1979 and has remained in the family since. Power is from the numbers-matching 2,660cc inline-four mated to a 4-speed manual transmission with overdrive.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was refurbished in 1986 prior to its 1988 purchase by the seller, who has driven it 20k miles. Power is from a 427ci V8 with Tri-Power induction paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The car is equipped with a stinger hood and hardtop. It is sold with a stock induction setup, records, a Protect-O-Plate, and literature.
This 1970 Fiat Dino Spider is one of 424 2.4-liter models built between 1969-1972. In 2015, the car was shipped to Los Angeles where it was cosmetically restored by a Fiat Dino specialist. Power comes from a 2.4-liter V6 paired to a ZF 5-speed manual transmission, and the car now has 119k kilometers (~74k miles).
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. The soft-top example was rebuilt over an 18 month period while utilizing the original engine, floors, and seat box. The body was repainted and the 3.9-liter V8 was rebuilt.
This 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser is finished in Sky Blue Metallic and equipped with a carbureted 4.2L straight-six, 4-speed manual gearbox, and 2-speed transfer case. The truck shows just over 91k miles and is offered with a clean AutoCheck report, records dating from 2002 through 2016, and factory literature.
This 1973 BMW 2002 rally car was built as a tribute to the car driven by 1971 European Rally Champion Sobieslaw Zasada after the seller purchased in six years ago. Power is from a 2.0-liter inline-four which was rebuilt with a Schrick camshaft, new pistons, and hardened valve springs, and it is paired with a 5-speed BMW E21 manual transmission.
This 1972 De Tomaso Pantera is an early pre-L example finished in Fly Yellow over black and receives power from a mid-mounted 5.8-liter Ford V8 backed by a 5-speed ZF transaxle. Modifications include a set of QA1 coilovers, Power Stop brakes, as well as upgraded cooling and AC systems. 4k miles have been added by the seller over the past four years
This 1992 Porsche 928 GTS is a Japanese-market example that was recently imported by the selling dealer and shows just over 56k km (35k miles). The car is finished in Polar Silver Metallic over Magenta leather and powered by a 5.4L V8 mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle and LSD. It is sold with a CoA, records, and import documents.
This 1932 Ford Roadster is a recently completed custom build executed in the style of 1940s/1950s traditional hot rod. It was constructed with the help of a few California based shops and receives power from a 221ci Ford flathead V8 paired with a 3-speed gearbox. Approximately 350 miles have been added since the work was completed.
This 1959 Porsche 356A is finished in Ruby Red over a tan interior and powered by a numbers-matching 1600cc flat-four. It comes equipped with a Golde sunroof, GT-style seats, and a custom 3-piece luggage set. New Michelin tires were installed three months ago, and a valve adjustment and tune-up were performed just prior to the auction
This 1966 Ford Mustang GT Coupe was purchased as a partially-completed project car nine years ago by the seller, who finished the car in Raven Black over a black interior. Power is from a rebuilt K-code 289ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, and equipment includes an Autolite 4100 carburetor, Rally-Pac gauges and more.
This Superformance Shelby Cobra is an FIA model that was purchased by the seller six years ago as a rolling chassis and built by Olthoff Racing in Mt. Ulla, North Carolina. Southern Automotive in McDonough, Georgia. The 315ci Ford V8 reportedly produces 425 horsepower and utilizes forged pistons and rods, as well as Weber carburetors and more.
This 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 is finished in Champagne over gold vinyl and powered by a 427ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Additional equipment includes dual Holley 4-barrel carburetors and a 3.50:1 rear end. The car was reportedly refurbished in 2012 and acquired two years ago by the selling dealer.
This 2007 Porsche GT3 RS has just 14,400 miles and is finished in optional Orange over a black full-leather interior. Power is provided by a 3.6-liter Mezger flat-six mated to a 6-speed manual transaxle, and factory options include Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes, bi-xenon headlights, and the Chrono Package.
This 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S shows 42k miles and is finished in Polar Silver over black full leather. The car remains with its second owner, who acquired it in 2001. The 3.6L flat-six is linked with a 6-speed gearbox and all-wheel drive system, and service records date back to new.
This 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo was delivered new in Canada and is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over black leather. The twin-turbo 3.6L flat-six sends power to all four wheels via a 6-speed manual, and options include powered sport seats, aluminum interior trim, a sunroof, and cruise control. 88k kilometers (~55k miles) are shown on the odometer.
This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE is finished in Plum Crazy Purple over a black leather interior and equipped with a correct U-code 440ci V8, 4-speed manual, and factory limited-slip differential. The car reportedly underwent a restoration that included a repaint and engine rebuild and features three-carburetors, headers, and a 3″ exhaust.
This listing is for a new 2018 Nissan Kicks SV is being offered at no reserve with the entire winning bid amount and BaT’s 5% fee going to benefit the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF). Thanks to a generous donation from Nissan USA, 501(c)3 nonprofit AACF was provided funds necessary to purchase a 2018 Kicks from a Nissan dealer.
This 2009 Dodge Viper SRT10 shows just over 3k miles and is one of 244 ACR models produced for the 2010 model year. The car was sold new at Woodhouse Chrysler in Sioux City, Iowa and acquired by the selling dealer 10 months ago from the original owner. Power comes from an 8.4-liter V10 mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
This 1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL is finished in red over a grey interior and features a removable hardtop. It is reportedly a longtime California car and narrowly escaped the 2017 Santa Rosa fires. Power is provided by a Solex-carbureted 1.9-liter inline-four paired to a 4-speed gearbox. Approximately 75 miles have been added by the selling dealer.
This 2003 Ferrari 575 Maranello is powered by a 5.7L quad-cam V12 and is one of 177 produced worldwide with a 6-speed manual transaxle. The car is finished in Corsa Red over beige leather and shows 22,600 miles. The timing belts was replaced less than 2k miles ago and a PPI in October 2018 tested operation of systems throughout.
This 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV was sold new in Florida according to the seller, and was purchased from its original owner in 2014 before being brought to California. The car is powered by a 2.0-liter twin-cam inline-four paired to a 5-speed manual transmission, and documentation back to 1993 is included.
This 1991 BMW M3 shows 96k miles and is powered by an S14 inline-four mated to a 5-speed. This life-long New England car was registered in Massachusetts until 2006, when it moved to New Hampshire. The seller believes himself to be the third owner and has had it for 11 years. Modifications include EVO bumpers, flywheel, and a short shift kit.
This 1960 Toyota Land Cruiser was originally sold in Costa Rica and represents the final year of worldwide FJ25 production. The seller acquired the car seven months and subsequently commissioned a body-off restoration which included a repaint in Lily White, and rebuilds of the believed original 3.9-liter 135F inline-six and 4-speed manual gearbox.
This 1937 Packard Super Eight Coupe coupe is finished in Regatta Blue over a gray fabric and powered by a 320ci straight-eight paired with a 3-speed manual transmission. The car underwent a repaint, engine rebuild, and more in the early 2000s under previous ownership, and was acquired by its current owner circa 2008.
This 2003 Porsche 911 GT2 is finished in black over black and was purchased by the seller four years ago. Around 3k miles have been added since, and the odometer now shows 23,450 miles. Factory options include the large carbon fiber interior package, sport seats with painted backs, deviated yellow stitching, and yellow seat belts.
This 1992 Land Rover Defender 90 is a Spanish-market example powered by a 2.5-liter 200Tdi inline-four mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and finished in blue over black. The truck was manufactured in the UK and reportedly first sold in Spain, where it remained until undergoing a February 2018 refurbishment in the Netherlands before being imported to the US in July. This D90 is offered with an owner’s manual, import documents, and transferrable Connecticut registration.
This 1990 Mercedes-Benz 300E spent time in New York, New Jersey, and Florida before it was brought to Massachusetts by a previous owner and acquired by the seller earlier this year. Finished in Seafoam Green Metallic over mushroom leather, this example is powered by a 3.0L inline-six mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Maintenance since April 2018 has included new fuel injectors, a valve cover gasket and timing case cover, along with new ignition components and an oil change. Now showing 70k miles, this W124 is being offered for sale at no reserve with partial records, factory manuals, an accident-free Carfax report, and a clean Massachusetts title in the seller’s name.
This 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe has just 34k miles and is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over a grey full-leather interior. Power is from a 3.4L flat-six paired with a 6-speed manual transaxle, and factory equipment includes Porsche Stability Management, xenon headlights, and 8-way power seats. Originally registered in Ohio, the car moved to Virginia in 2004, remaining with the same owner until moving to Washington DC upon the previous owner’s purchase in 2012. The seller recently acquired the car and has since performed an oil change and a general inspection. This 996 is now being offered with a clean Carfax, service records, and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 1965 Chevrolet Corvette was purchased by its current owner two years ago and has since been fitted with a 454ci big-block V8 and 4-speed manual gearbox. The car was repainted in its factory silver a year ago, and additional work included installation of ceramic-coated McJacks headers exiting to side pipes, interior refreshment with Al Knoch leather seats, and headlight motor rebuilds as well as fitment of new braking components, trailing arms, Energy Suspension bushings, sway bars, tires, and more. This C2 Corvette is offered by the seller on behalf of his client with a clean Maryland title.
This 2007 Aston Martin DB9 coupe shows just under 15k miles and was purchased new by the seller from Miller Motorcars in Stamford, Connecticut. The car is finished in Carbon Black over a Saddle interior with mahogany trim, while power comes from a naturally-aspirated 6.0-liter V12 paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Factory equipment includes a 950-watt Linn audio system with Dolby Pro Logic II, silver brake calipers, the Sports Pack with double 5-spoke wheels, and more. A June 2018 service included changing the engine oil, battery, and brake fluid as well as the pollen and air filters. This DB9 is offered in Connecticut with records from new, a clean Carfax report, and a clear New York title in the seller’s name.
This 1969 Datsun 1600 Roadster was sold new in Illinois and reportedly passed to the original owner’s son in 1998. The next owner restored the car between 2000 and 2002, including a rebuild of the 1.6-liter R16 inline-four and 4-speed manual transmission. A repaint in Silver Grey Metallic was also carried out and the black interior was refreshed, including a new black soft top. The selling dealer acquired the car in 2013, and recent maintenance included a cooling system flush and the installation of a steering and suspension kit from DatsunParts. This roadster has won a number of awards and is now being offered with photographs of the restoration, some service records, a copy of the original title, a spare tire and jack, and a clean Alberta registration.
This 1973 Citroën SM is a US-market example that is powered by a 3.0-liter Maserati V6 paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. SM restorer Denis Foley acquired and recommissioned the car in the 1990s after it have been stored in New York for several years. Alex Roy, Editor-at-Large for The Drive, acquired this SM in 2010 from Foley and had the engine reportedly rebuilt for $16k in 2014 by Jacques Brunet, formerly of Citroën/Morgan West. The car has been featured in Motor Trend Classic, Jalopnik, and on Matt Farah’s The Smoking Tire YouTube channel. The seller acquired it on BaT in August 2017, and service in September 2018 included an oil change, carburetor tune, and a valve adjustment. This Citroën is now being offered with service manuals, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe has been with the seller for over 21 years and was modified in the late 1990s with Turbo-style fender flares, rear wing, front valance, rocker panels, and brakes. The interior was refreshed with black leather sport seats, carpets, and door panels at this time, and additional alterations include an aftermarket stereo and window tint. Power is provided by a 3.2-liter flat-six mated to a 915 5-speed manual transaxle. Bodywork and a partial repaint were performed in 2015, and the brakes and spark plugs have been replaced within the last two years. Approximately 100k miles have been added during the seller’s ownership, and the vehicle retains a set of California blue plates. This 911 is now being offered for sale with partial records, photographs of the initial repaint and bodywork, a clean Carfax, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
This 1990 Peugeot 205 is a Spanish-market Roland Garros edition produced to commemorate Peugeot’s sponsorship of the French Open tennis tournament. Finished in dark green over a white leather and cloth interior, the car is powered by a 1.4L inline-four paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. It has spent three years and approximately 3,000 of its 77k kilometers (~48k miles) with its previous owner, for whom it was imported to the US by the seller in July 2018. This 205 is offered at no reserve with import documents, partial records, original ownership paperwork, and a clean Illinois title in the seller’s name.
This excellent set of close to 100 photos covering the air-cooled Porsche-themed Driven to America comes from BaT reader @kobus, who’s graciously offered to share them here for all. Out here in California we’re spoiled with accommodating weather and great events year-round, though as kobus’ photos so beautifully illustrate, the Left Coast clearly does not have a monopoly on awesome car-related gatherings. Here’s what he had to say about the October 14th, Long Island, New York event:
This 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo was delivered new in Canada and is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over a black full-leather interior. The twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six sends power to all four wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission, and factory options include power-adjustable sport seats, aluminum interior trim, a sunroof, and cruise control. 88k kilometers (~55k miles) are shown on the odometer, approximately half of which have been added by the seller during his 10 years of ownership. A general tune-up and oil/filter change were performed in June 2018, and this 993 Turbo is now being offered in Montreal with $20k CAD (~$15k USD) in service records, the factory manuals, a clean Carproof report, and a clean Quebec registration in the seller’s name.
This 1962 Mercedes-Benz 220SE cabrio (chassis 1110231000164) is running but immobile, snd one of 2,729 equipped with the 2.2 liter M127 straight-six–in total, just over 6,300 W111 convertibles were made. The car looks rough but pretty much complete, and with these becoming quite valuable in recent years, a thorough restoration is virtually assured sooner or later. The ad isn’t thick on history, but does claim that the car comes from California and remains numbers-matching. Like their coupe and even sedan stablemates, these are spectacular cars when done right, and this one could be a nice blank canvas for the right buyer–just imagine it in navy over navy with Euro headlights. Find it here on eBay in Memphis Tennessee with reserve not met. Special thanks to BaT reader Kyle K. for this submission.
This 1967 Toyota Stout is a US-market pickup powered by a 1,897cc inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The original owners reportedly sourced the truck from Salt Lake City and brought it to their farm in Sebastapol, California. Later found by the second owner in a barn, the truck was acquired by the seller in 2018. An extensive photo gallery has been provided in addition to two videos showing the truck running and driving through San Francisco’s Presidio and Marina. This Stout will require drivetrain and brake repairs prior to regular use, and is offered as a running project with a clean California title in the seller’s name.
A few of the comments that stood out to us yesterday:
“I have a TPC turbo on my car. It’s the “Stage 3” set up (with liquid/air intercooler), I’m running 5.5psi of boost. That was 422whp when tested for a magazine in 2009. Assuming 15% driveline loss, that’s 485hp crank HP, tuned for 91 octane. So… 515hp is plausible.
The car had it installed in 2009, at about 30,000 miles (I’m guessing, I’m the 3rd owner). The car now has 104,000 miles on it.
The car is brutally fast, but totally controlled. Handles the power VERY well (to the point…”
“The 190s are almost mythical to me. My grandfather had one that supposedly was the first Mercedes Benz in Wyoming. Whether true or not I don’t know, but it very easily could have been back then. Jackson Hole as it exists today wasn’t invented yet and Antarctic weather 8 months of the year makes a 190 an agressively stupid choice of transportation. He was much disliked and was actually shot at while on the highway in that car, breaking the windshield. He was also pulled over for speeding and…”
This 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT is a rolling project that was acquired by the seller from its previous longterm owner in 2016 after over 20 years in storage. The car comes with a removed and partially disassembled 1,600 twin-cam four block, a 1,750cc cylinder head, a spare 5-speed transmission, a reground crankshaft, reconditioned pistons and liners, and a number of other parts as pictured below. This Giulia Sprint is offered with partial records from the previous owner, original manuals, and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
This 1967 BMW 2000CS is finished in white over caramel and has been with the sellers for three years. A $40k refurbishment was performed by Checkpoint Automotive of Los Angeles, California in 2017, including a rebuild of the 2.0L M10 inline-four, which was sourced from a BMW 2002 along with the 4-speed manual transmission and installed by a previous owner. Other work included sorting the braking system, removing and refreshing the front subframe, installing a new clutch master cylinder and rear Bilstein shocks, refurbishing the instrumentation, and much more as described below. The interior trim was refinished in 2016 and new Michelin tires were mounted in 2018. This 2000CS is now being offered with records from the two previous owners, more than $44k in receipts for work carried out over the last three years, the factory manuals, and a clean California title in the name of the seller’s partner.
This 1992 Porsche 928 GTS is a Japanese-market example that was recently imported by the selling dealer and shows just over 56k kilometers (~35k miles). The car is finished in Polar Silver Metallic over Magenta leather and powered by a 5.4-liter V8 mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle and limited-slip differential. Factory equipment includes heated seats, sport shock absorbers, a body-colored rear spoiler, and an electric sliding sunroof. Service in August 2018 consisted of an alignment, compression test, and replacement of the battery. This 928 is offered by the selling dealer in California with a Porsche CoA, service records, a spare key, import documents, and Vermont registration.
This 1975 BMW 2002 was purchased by the seller three years ago and subsequently received a cosmetic and mechanical restoration, which was completed just 500 miles ago in 2018. The rebuilt 1.8-liter M42 inline-four is paired with a rebuilt Getrag 5-speed manual and a 3.91 limited-slip differential. Exterior work included a repaint in Taiga and installing replacement trim along with slimmer early-model bumpers. The interior was fitted with new carpet and headliner, as well as E21 Recaros upholstered in black with houndstooth inserts. Bilstein shocks were also added along with Ireland Engineering springs and sway bars, Wilwood front disc brakes, an E30 radiator and fuel pump, an ANSA sport exhaust, and much more as detailed below. This 2002 is now being offered with a set of California blue plates and a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.
This 1967 Pontiac GTO convertible was manufactured in Baltimore, Maryland and was purchased new by the seller’s father in 1967. A body-off refurbishment carried out in 1997-1998 featured exterior and interior color changes along with a rebuild of the 400ci V8. Factory equipment include a wide-ratio 4-speed manual transmission that sends power through a Safe-T-Track rear end, Rally gauge cluster, and center console. Though service records are limited, the original build sheet accompanies the sale. Represented by the son of the owner, the car is sold with a clean Florida title in the widow’s name.
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