This 1969 Porsche 912 is powered by a modified 3.0L flat-six paired with a 902 5-speed manual gearbox. The seller purchased the car in 2015 from a friend who had owned it since the mid-1980’s. A repaint and new interior were commissioned by the previous owner, and the engine was rebuilt and installed by marque specialist Paul Johnston.
This 1979 Ford F-150 is a short-bed stepside 4×4 that was purchased new in Oregon, stayed with its original owner until his passing, and remained in his family until acquired by the seller in 2018. The truck is equipped with a 351ci V8, 4-speed manual gearbox, 2-speed transfer case, and 4.11:1 gears and is sold with period memorabilia.
This 1963 Triumph TR3B comes from the final year of TR3 production, and underwent a refurbishment in 2006 with work reportedly including a repaint, fresh suspension, transmission and braking upgrades, and more. Power is from a rebuilt 2138cc inline-four paired with a rebuilt Toyota 5-speed transmission. A new headgasket was installed 18 months ago.
This 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 is a factory R-code example equipped with a 427ci V8 paired to a 4-speed manual transmission. The selling dealer describes the car as highly original throughout, including the engine, transmission, and more. The odometer shows just 13,184 miles and a mechanical service was completed prior to this auction.
This 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo is finished in Arctic Silver over Graphite Grey, and 10k of the 38k indicated miles have been added since the seller’s purchase in 2014. The twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six has been fitted with the K24 turbos and parts from Evolution Motorsports, including a V-Flow induction system, software tune, exhaust, and more.
This 1996 Mazda Miata M Edition is finished in Starlight Blue Mica over tan leather and shows just 48,436 miles. Power comes from a 1.8-liter DOHC inline-four paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car is offered with a factory hardtop and hoist, two Nardi shift knobs, and the original M Edition key fob package.
This 1988 BMW M3 has spent 14 years with its current owner, during which its 2.3L S14 four was rebuilt and modifications were performed including suspension upgrades, an EVO 2 front spoiler, a roll bar, Schroth harnesses, and a short shifter. The car has been driven 6k miles since completion and is offered with records and a clean Carfax report.
This 1986 Porsche 911 Cabriolet is finished in Arena Red and has been fitted with 993-style bodywork. The car was acquired by the current owner in 2009 out of California and moved to North Carolina, where it has been driven approximately 7k miles and was serviced by marque specialists. The 3.2-liter flat-six is coupled with a 915 transaxle.
This 635CSi is a three-owner example finished in black over black and was acquired by a BMW technician in 2009, who has maintained it himself for the past 9 years. Power comes from a stock M30B34 3.4-liter inline-six paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. This E24 features the Sports Package including a limited-slip differential.
This 1960 Mk I MGA roadster is finished in red over tan leather and received a repaint, new interior, and rebuild of the 1,588cc four and 4-speed manual transmission in 1999. The seller has added around 1,500 miles since his 2013 purchase has upgraded the brakes, as well as converted the electrical system to 12V.
This 1991 BMW M5 shows just under 80k miles and is finished in Sterling Silver over Silver leather. The car was sold new in Concord, California before spending time in Denver, Virginia, and Saint Louis before its purchase by the seller who brought it to Georgia. Power comes from a 3.6L DOHC inline-six that is equipped with a Jim Conforti chip.
This 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster is finished in Glacial Blue with contrasting charcoal wheels, and is equipped with a 4.3L V8 with a factory power upgrade accessory kit, a 6-speed paddle-shifted Sportshift transaxle, contrasting stitching, and navigation. The car was recently serviced by the selling dealer with an oil and filter change.
This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL shows 24k miles and is powered by a 5.6L V8 with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The car reportedly remained with its first owner until the seller’s purchase in April 2018 and an oil change and brake flush have since been performed. It is sold with a hardtop, clean Carfax report, owner’s books, and first aid kit.
This 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera is one of 224 Turbo Look cabriolets sold in the US for the model year and is equipped with sport seats and an LSD. The seller recently performed a complete restoration, including a repaint, new soft top, refreshed interior, rebuilds of the original 3.2-liter flat-six and 915 transaxle, and much more.
This 1988 Toyota Xtracab Pickup shows 305k miles and is equipped with a 3.0L 3VZ-E V6, 5-speed manual transmission, and part-time 4WD with locking front hubs and a 2-speed transfer case. The seller replaced ignition components and performed an oil service, while the previous owner reportedly replaced the timing belt, clutch, and brakes.
This 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer was owned by the second owner from 1995-2017. In the past year the seller commissioned Team Grand Wagoneer to repaint the exterior, apply new wood grain decals, re-dye the seats, and install new carpet. Power is provided by a 360ci V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic, and new steering pump has been installed.
This 1949 Farmall Cub is a refurbished example which the seller purchased in early 2018. The tractor is powered by a 59.5ci inline-four backed by a 3-speed manual transmission, and the seller fitted a new carburetor in April 2018. Accessories include a PTO flat belt drive and a tow bar.
This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL is finished in Desert Taupe Metallic over a Cream Beige leather interior and shows 62k miles. The 5.5L M117 V8 sends power through a 4-speed automatic transmission, and maintenance performed in January 2017 included a head gasket replacement along with a fresh rear main seal, tensioner, and more.
These 17″ Cup 1 wheels measure 7″ and 9″ in width and were reportedly sold new on a 964 Turbo model. The set of four was refinished under the seller’s ownership and has not been installed on a a car since. Internal marks show production by Speedline in Italy, Porsche part numbers, diameters, and production dates.
This 1999 Porsche Boxster is a two-owner example that shows 34k miles and is finished in Arctic Silver over black leather. Power comes from a 2.5-liter flat-six mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle, and options include heated seats, 17” wheels, and a factory alarm system. The sale includes partial service records and a clean AutoCheck report.
This 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza is a convertible model that was acquired by the seller’s mother in 1969 and was driven by other family members before being gifted to the seller in 1996. The car underwent a cosmetic and mechanical refresh in 2002, including a bare metal repaint and rebuild of the 2.7L flat-six.
This Cobra 427 replica was produced by Unique Motorcars in the 1990’s and passed through two owners before it was acquired by the seller earlier this year. The build features a black fiberglass body that is mounted on top of a powder coated frame, with power coming from a 428ci FE V8 and 4-speed manual transmission.
This 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet was purchased by the seller’s father in 2006 and passed to the seller in 2012 after time in Florida. Power is from a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. An IMS retrofit was performed 3k miles ago. The car shows 49k miles and is sold with a hardtop, records, and a clean Carfax report.
This 1989 Swift DB-1 Formula Ford is the last of three examples built in 1989 and was campaigned on the East Cost from new until 2012. Built around a chromoly steel frame and featuring a fiberglass body, the car is powered by a 1600cc Ford Kent OHV four and recently had some engine upgrades completed by Jay Ivey Engines.
This 1975 Porsche 914 was purchased three years ago as the basis of a track car build and has since sat unused in the seller’s warehouse. A brake overhaul was carried out in 2017 along with installation of new ignition components. The car is said to be a running and driving example with corrosion issues and is sold with several spare parts.
This 2003 BMW M3 Convertible is finished in black over red leather and shows just 35,504 miles. The car was previously owned by a BMW sales manager and was reportedly serviced at BMW dealers from new. Power comes from a 3.2-liter S54 inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.
This 1986 Audi Coupe GT Commemorative Edition was purchased new by the seller and spent 30 years in California before moving to Arizona. The car is finished in Graphite over red leather and equipped with a 2.3L inline-five driving the front wheels through a 5-speed manual transaxle. It is offered with a service log and original documents.
This 1979 Rolls-Royce Camargue is one of 531 examples produced and was acquired by the seller 15 years ago. The 6.75L V8 is mated to a 3-speed automatic, and a refurbishment of the suspension and brake hydraulic systems was performed in 2015 along with a rebuild of the carburetors, a new fuel pump, an oil, and new tires.
This 2008 Mercedes-Benz S550 shows just 2,733 miles and reportedly remained with the original owner until his passing in 2010. The 5.5-liter V8 sends power to the rear wheels through a 7-speed automatic, and a recent dealer service included a PPI, oil and filter change, and service of the electric power steering pump.
This 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL shows just over 28k miles and remained with its original owner until 2011. Finished in Astral Silver Metallic over a Black leather interior, this example is powered by a 4.5L V8 paired to a 3-speed automatic. Records date from the car’s time when new and includes a recent oil and transmission service this year.
This 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi is finished on black on black and shows 49k miles. The car has been owned in Northern California and Washington State since new and is said to remain stock. An oil service was performed in 2016, and the seller notes that the 50k-mile service is due. Service records, a tool kit, and a clean AutoCheck are included.
This 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera is a slick-top coupe that has remained in California from new. Power is from a 3.2L flat-six that was reportedly rebuilt in 2012 and is mated to a G50 5-speed manual gearbox. Suspension, brake, and front seat refreshment has taken place. The car is sold with records, accessories and manuals, and an AutoCheck report.
This 1977 Ford Bronco was purchased by the seller as a project in 2011 and has since received a full restoration. Work included addressing the cosmetics, interior, suspension, powertrain, and other major systems. All related receipts are included with the sale along with photo documentation of much of the restoration process.
This 1965 Pontiac GTO was originally sold with a four-barrel V8 that was reportedly swapped for a 389ci WS-code motor with Tri-Power induction. A frame-off restoration was completed in 2008 that included a respray in its original color, and numerous factory-available options including power brakes, steering, windows, A/C, and more were later added.
This 2013 Mini John Cooper Works GP is #40 of 500 US cars and is equipped with a supercharged 1.6L four, 6-speed manual gearbox, and adjustable suspension. It has remained with its original owner since new and shows 2,500 miles. The sale includes manuals, brochures, tools, a window sticker, and a clean Carfax report.
This 1966 Ford Mustang fastback recently underwent a refurbishment including metalwork and new black paint as well as additional interior, mechanical, and suspension updates. Power is from a rebuilt 289ci V8 mated with an overhauled 3-speed automatic transmission. The sale includes photos and receipts from the recent work.
This 1987 BMW M6 is finished in Zinnoberrot over Natural full leather and is equipped with a 3.5L S38 inline-six mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The car was sold new in Dallas, Texas and spent time in Colorado before its purchase by the seller, who brought it to Michigan in 2016 and added 3,000 of its 73k indicated miles.
This 1932 Ford 3-window coupe is a highboy hot rod that is powered by a Chevrolet 383ci V8. The build was commissioned by the previous owner and carried out by Reliable Rod Shop. Features include independent front suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering, an automatic transmission, bucket seats, power windows, and A/C.
This 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Spyder Turbo was recently acquired by the selling dealer and was restored around three years ago. Work reportedly included a body refurbishment, a repaint in Ember Red, a new convertible top, and a refreshed interior. The turbo 164ci flat-six paired to a factory 4-speed manual.
This Mercedes-Benz C36 AMG shows just under 41k miles and was acquired by its third owner through a September 2017 BaT Auction. Power is from a 3.6L inline-six mated to a 4-speed automatic gearbox and recent improvements consist of a new headliner, coil packs, and Bilsteins. This C36 sold with updated records and a clean Carfax report.
This 1975 Porsche 911 is powered by an EFI 3.2L flat-six from a 1980s Carrera paired with a rebuilt 5-speed manual transmission and was modified with a widebody conversion, RSR-style bumpers, aftermarket air conditioning, new brakes and wheel bearings. Recent maintenance included a compression test, new tires, alignment, and spark plugs.
This 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado was sold new at Loder Oldsmobile in Salem, Oregon and was traded back in to the original dealer in 1969. The seller acquired it from the son of the second owner, who owned the car since 1969, in early 2018.
This 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe is finished in Guards Red over Black partial leather and shows 116k miles. Power comes from a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission and LSD, while modifications include Euro-height springs. This 993 is offered with books, keys, and a clear Carfax report.
This 1970 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 was acquired in Colombia in 2017 by the selling dealer and refurbished prior to its importation to the US. The work included rebuilds of its 3.9L inline-six and 3-speed manual gearbox as well as a new bed, rear doors, fenders, upholstery, electrical system, brakes, suspension, A/C system, and soft top.
This 1979 Toyota Corolla was bought new in California and owned by the same family until its recent purchase by the seller. Power is from a 1.6L four mated to a 3-speed automatic. Upgrades include reupholstered seats and SR5 wheels, and the seller has changed the brake pads and oil. The car is sold with a California emissions certificate.
This 1974 Lamborghini Espada is a Series III example that was purchased new by its current owner and is part of his Colorado collection. The car is powered by a 3.9L V12 mated to a 5-speed manual and features a variety of cosmetic modifications. Work within the last two years included a transmission overhaul and new valve cover gasket.
This 1983 Dodge Rampage was purchased new in Oregon and remind with the original owner until recently. It shows 40k miles and is powered by a carbureted 2.2-liter inline-four paired with an optional 5-speed manual. This particular car was also fitted with air conditioning and a hard tonneau cover when new.
This 2004 Maserati coupe shows just over 25k miles and is finished in Rosso Mondiale over beige leather. The car was sold new by Cauley Ferrari in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan and acquired by the seller from its original owner in 2014. Power comes from a 4.2L V8 paired with a 6-speed, paddle-shifted automated transaxle.
This 1994 Toyota Supra shows 5,664 miles and is finished in Super White over black. It was purchased new and kept as part of a private collection in Tennessee, reportedly remaining with the original owner’s son until a few years ago. Power comes from a twin-turbo 3.0L inline-six mated to an automatic, and the car is described as stock.
This 2009 Audi S5 is powered by a supercharged 4.2L FSI V8 mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox which sends power to a Quattro all-wheel drive system. Finished in Quartz Gray Metallic over Silver Nappa leather, factory options include a navigation system, keyless start, a back-up camera, and a Bang & Olufsen sound system.
This 1958 Volvo PV 444 is equipped with a dual-SU carburetted B20 paired with an M40 4-speed manual, and was reportedly sold new in California. The seller believes it was brought to New York in 2010, and he acquired it in Boston in 2012. An exterior repaint in blue was conducted by the previous owner.
This 1992 Rover Mini British Open Classic was acquired by the seller in 2017 after 20 years in the Netherlands and imported to the US in 2018. Power is from a 1275cc four mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox, and modifications include dual carburetors, an aftermarket stereo, and a 3-spoke steering wheel. A fluid service was conducted in early 2018.
This 1988 Toyota Supra Turbo hardtop was acquired from its first owner in 1991 by the seller, who has since added 85k of its 117k miles. Its turbocharged 3.0L inline-six is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and modifications consist of an HKS exhaust, turbo timer, and Enkei wheels. The car is sold with original wheels, records, and books.
This 1958 Porsche Porsche Diesel Junior tractor is believed to have been restored in the Netherlands in 2015 prior to the selling dealer’s ownership. This 108L was the smallest Porsche tractor model offered at the time and features a single-cylinder air-cooled diesel engine along with a dual-range 3-speed manual transmission.
This 1987 Porsche 928 S4 was sold new at Holbert Porsche and shows just 19,628 miles. This black-on-black example is equipped with a 5.0-liter DOHC V8 mated to a rear-mounted 4-speed automatic transaxle and is said to have been kept stock throughout. The timing belt and water pump were replaced approximately 3k miles ago in January 2008.
This 2007 BMW 530xi Touring is an all-wheel drive wagon in Titan Gray Metallic over black Dakota leather that is powered by a 3.0L N52 six with a 6-speed manual transmission. The car shows 139k miles including 9k added by the seller. It is sold with a Carfax report and recent service records.
This 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass S hardtop coupe was purchased in Michigan by the seller 20 years ago from the second owner. The car was repainted in the proper Sequoia Green many years ago by the previous owner and the non-original 455ci V8 received an extensive $8k rebuild by the seller featuring a machined and bored block and all new internals.
his 1970 Mercedes-Benz 250 Sedan is finished Dark Red over a Cognac MB-Tex interior and reportedly remained with the first owner for over 45 years. Power comes from an M130 2.8-liter inline-six paired to an automatic transmission, and recent service included an oil and filter change, new fuel filter, and a driveshaft center support bearing.
This 2009 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is a modified example equipped with a VMP supercharged 5.4L V8, 6-speed manual gearbox, 3″ exhaust, ECU tune, suspension upgrades, and widened rear wheels. The car shows just over 28k miles after four years with the seller and is offered with a LookupVIN report and factory manuals.
This 1965 Porsche 356C was purchased from its first owner by the seller’s father in 1965. Power is from a 1720cc SC flat-four and features include a European heater, 6V electrics, Blaupunkt radio, and fog lights. Work in the past year included braking and fueling overhauls along with a valve adjustment and tune-up.
This 1969 Jaguar XKE was with its previous owner in Tennessee for 20 years before it was purchased by the seller in 2011. Power is from a 4.2L six paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. A Regal Red repaint was carried out six years ago along with fresh undercoating and a new exhaust system. The car is sold with recent records.
This 1995 Mercedes-Benz E320 Coupe has stayed in Northern California from new and was acquired by the seller in 2014 with just under 111k miles. The odometer now shows 112,428 miles and power comes from a 3.2-liter inline-six paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. A complete service file accompanies the sale.
This 1958 Mercedes-Benz 190SL is a European model that was purchased new in Germany and shipped to California. The original owner was an avid outdoorsman and built a removable trunk-mounted structure for his dogs. Power comes from the numbers-matching M121 1.9-liter inline-four, which is backed by a 4-speed manual.
This 2002 BMW M3 has been fitted with an S65B40 V8 engine and a 6-speed manual gearbox from a 2009 M3. The car has been driven approximately 6k miles since the seller’s acquisition four years ago and modifications include a CLS carbon fiber roof, a Ninjaneering performance tune, a Dinan Exhaust, a pair of ZCP seats, and CLS-style forged wheels.
This 1958 Chevrolet Apache pickup was purchased on BaT in June 2017. Work and additions over the ensuing year included carburetor and generator rebuilds, fresh brakes, a new clutch, replacement gaskets and seals, a new speedometer and water temperature gauge, and xenon headlights. Power is from a 283ci V8 with a 3-speed manual gearbox.
This 1967 Lotus Elan S3 coupe has spent 12 years with the seller and is powered by a 1.6L twin-cam four that underwent a rebuild 11 years ago and is paired with a close-ratio 4-speed gearbox. Modifications include Panasports, a dual-circuit master cylinder, and CV axles. The car is sold with recent records, original wheels, spares, and manuals.
This 1956 Cadillac Series 62 was converted by the Derham Coach Company when new and stayed with its original owner for 37 years before coming to Louisiana in the 1990s. The car is equipped with a 365ci V8, 4-speed automatic and air conditioning and the power brake booster was recently rebuilt. It is offered with manuals and partial records.
This 1995 Ford Taurus SHO is equipped with a Yamaha-built 3.0-liter DOHC V6 paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and shows just under 87k miles. Modifications added by the previous owner included a Quaife limited-slip differential, Bilstein shocks with upgraded springs, a SPEC clutch, a Pro-Flow MAF conversion, and more.
This 1995 Mercedes-Benz E320 Cabriolet was leased new in California and sold to its second Southern California owner in early 2000. The odometer now shows 63,948 miles, and power comes from a 3.2-liter 24-valve inline-six paired to a 4-speed automatic. 18 years of maintenance records accompany the sale.
This 1988 BMW M6 shows 55k miles and is powered by a 3.5-liter 24-valve S38B35 inline-six paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. This M6 was sold new at Bob Zimmerman BMW in Grand Rapids, Iowa and is finished in black over grey Nappa leather. Modifications include rear Bilstein shocks and a set of 17″ Style 5 wheels.
This 1992 Land Rover Defender 90 is a LHD example acquired from the MOD and brought to the US in 2015. Power is from a later 2.5L diesel and recent work involved partial frame refinishing, a Discovery transfer case, new suspension parts, reupholstered seats, and more. The truck is sold with two tops, recent records, and a BMIHT certificate.
This 1975 Honda Civic was sold new in California and has one previous owner with 11k registered miles. Equipped with Honda’s 1488cc CVCC four-cylinder good for 53 horsepower and a 4-speed manual gearbox, it also comes with the original window sticker and dealer accessory sheet highlighting magnesium wheels and radial tires as the selected options.
This 1929 Ford hot rod was built by Lake City Rod & Custom and is based on a 1932 Ford frame with a lengthened 1929 steel roadster body and a track nose. The 283ci Chevrolet V8 is mated to a 5-speed manual, and the car is equipped with a Ford 9″ rear end, quater-eliptical springs, custom stainless trim, a Tropic Air heater, and much more.
This 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Graduate shows a believed-correct 38k miles. The seller has added less than 500 miles since Febuary 2018. Power is from a 2.0-liter Alfa Romeo twin-cam four paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. A new battery and ignition coil were installed in June 2017, and the oil/filter were changed.
This 1986 Mercedes-Benz 300GD is a short wheelbase wagon model that was imported to the United States by the previous owner. The truck was refinished in its current white after it was imported, and is powered by a 3.0L diesel inline-five and an automatic transmission with dual-speed transfer case.
This 1983 Porsche 944 was sold new on July 11, 1983 at Essex Sports Cars of Maplewood, New Jersey and stayed with the original owner until 2014. This early example is finished in black over black partial leather, and it is equipped with a manually operated sunroof and manual steering.
This 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo shows just 11k miles and remained with the original owner until 2012, when it was purchased by the selling dealer. Factory options include a limited-slip differential, elevated hub steering wheel, Blaupunkt stereo, and a power sunroof. Records date from new, including a recent pre-purchase inspection and oil change.
This 2001 BMW M3 Convertible is finished in Steel Gray Metallic over black and shows 72k miles. The S54 inline-six is paired with a 6-speed manual, and new subframe bushings were installed in 2018. BMW replaced the original connecting rod bearings in October 2004.
This 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG is finished in black over black leather and shows 64k miles. The twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 developed 604 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque from the factory. A 5-speed automatic transmission channels power to the rear wheels, and an engine oil/filter change was just completed.
This 1966 Toyota Crown Deluxe was acquired by the seller out of Washington State in 2015 without an engine or transmission. A 3R 1.9-liter inline-four and 3-speed manual gearbox were subsequently installed after being sourced from a donor 1963 Toyota Crown. Approximately 400 miles have been added since.
This 2008 Porsche Cayman is finished in black over a matching leather interior and shows 84k miles. It has been driven regularly by the seller, who has added approximately 71k miles since acquiring the car eight years ago. Power comes 2.7-liter flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox.
This 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300CE spent 26 years with its second owner and is powered by a 3.0L inline-six paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Work in the past 15k miles included new transmission seals, tune-up items, a coolant flush, and more. This stock W124 coupe is sold with original accessories and dealer records.
This 1959 Volkswagen Beetle is a Canadian-market Custom model with a sunroof that was sold new in Winnipeg, Manitoba and was purchased by the seller in 2005. Power is from a 36-horsepower flat-four paired with a split-case 4-speed manual transmission. Recent fuel system work was carried out. The sale includes a spare engine.
This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL is a one-owner example that was sold new in Michigan and shows 61k indicated miles. Powered by a 5.6L V8, the car is optioned with Black Pearl Metallic paint, a matching hardtop, and a gray leather interior. It comes with delivery paperwork, factory manuals, brochures, and service records from new.
This 1967 Austin Mini Cooper S is a US spec model that is the product of a ten-year restoration undertaken by the seller, who acquired the car from estate of the original owner. The project was finished in January 2018, and the car has since covered 100 miles. Power is from a rebuilt 1275cc inline-four, and a 4-speed manual transaxle.
This 1983 Jaguar XJS is equipped with a 5.3L V12 coupled with a 3-speed GM400 automatic transmission. Over $53k of receipts accompany the vehicle, $7k of which cover maintenance performed by the seller during the last year, including a new brake master cylinder, ECU, electronic ignition, and an R134 A/C conversion.
This DKW F 89 L Schnellaster is a restored Viehtransportwagen (“cattle transport car”) powered by a 900cc two-stroke triple paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The truck was reportedly restored by the previous owner in Germany, and a large collection of historical documents, invoices, and manuals are included.
This 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet is finished in Rainforest Green Metallic over Savanna Beige partial leather and shows 85,037 miles. Power comes from a 3.4-liter flat-six which had an LN Engineering intermediate shaft bearing (IMS) installed at 56k miles. A 6-speed manual is equipped and a list of modifications is shown in the description.
This Mazda RX-7 race car finished first in the GTU class at the 1985 24 Hours of Daytona shortly after being built. The car went on to a successful career in the 1980s, including class wins at Riverside, Road Atlanta, Watkins Glen, Mid Ohio, and Sebring. It then spent over two decades in storage before being mechanically refreshed in 2017.
This 1970 Porsche 911T was purchased by the seller in 2010 as a project and has since been extensively refurbished, including rust and body repair along with a repaint in silver and an interior refresh. A 2.7-liter flat-six and 915 transaxle from a 1976 donor 911 were also sourced and installed, and the suspension and brakes have been upgraded.
This 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S is one of approximately 180 examples produced for the US market and shows just 9,228 miles. Finished in a paint-to-sample yellow over a black leather interior, this example was also optioned with a carbon/leather steering wheel, the Digital Sound Package, and footwell lighting.
This 1949 Ford Custom is a two-door sedan that was refurbished with new Midland Maroon paint and other freshening in the early 2000s. Power is from a 226ci flathead six mated to a 3-speed column-shifted manual gearbox. This largely stock Shoebox is offered with a 1949 mechanic’s handbook and a Borg clock warranty book.
This Continental was purchased by its current owner in 2013 and has been driven 11k miles since. The car has primarily sat in a garage since 2015, and was refreshed by its previous owner including a new soft top, upholstery, carpeting, exhaust , and an upgraded stereo. Power comes from a 430ci V8 paired to a 3-speed automatic.
This 1995 Toyota Supra was purchased by the seller in 2009 and given an overhaul consisting of a new 3.0L 2JZGTE six with forged internals, Comp turbocharger, and fresh 6-speed manual gearbox, as well as additional engine management, fuel system, driveline, and interior modifications. The car is sold with a clean Carfax report.
This 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce is a US-market example equipped with Spica fuel injected 1779cc twin cam inline-four paired to a five-speed manual gearbox. It is finished in white of a black interior with a tan soft top, it received an exterior refresh under the previous owner. In 2012, over $4790 was spent on mechanical service.
This 1941 Packard One-Twenty Convertible was acquired by the selling dealer two years ago from the estate of its long-time previous owner. Built on a 127″ wheelbase, the car is powered by a 282ci straight-eight and equipped with a 3-speed, column-shifted manual transmission.
This 1973 Saab 99 is a 2-door Luxe model that reportedly remained with the original owner in Sweden until 2015 and was recently imported to the US by the seller. A 1.85-liter inline-four sends power to the front wheels through a 4-speed manual gearbox.
This 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo is finished in Arctic Silver and shows 40k miles. The twin-turbo flat-six is equipped with the X50 Package and was fitted with a cold air intake, exhaust, and diverter valves. Power is sent to all four wheels through a 6-speed manual, and a Stage 2 clutch and flywheel have also been installed along with H&R springs.
This 1983 Lotus Esprit Turbo is #40 of 50 Investor’s Special models produced with hand-assembled 2.2L turbo engines and matched suspension components. This example has spent 20 years in the seller’s family and features upgrades to the brakes, suspension, and driveline. It is sold with original literature, records, and a Carfax report.
This 1944 M5A1 Stuart is an American-made light tank that was reportedly shipped to Europe late in the Second World War. It was then sold to Portugal, where it was retained in their light tank inventory through the late 1960s. Power is provided by a pair of Cadillac flathead V8s, and the demilled 37mm gun has been retained.
This 2001 Ferrari 456M shows 35k miles and was acquired by the late owner out of California in 2009. Power comes from a 5.5L V12 mated to a 6-speed manual. Maintenance performed in April 2018 consisted of rebuilding both fuel pumps and replacing the spark plugs, as well as repairing issues with the passenger seat and headlights.
This 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 convertible is equipped with a 351ci V8 backed by a 4-speed manual. Purchased by the seller in 2016, it is offered with a Deluxe Marti Report showing its original configuration and delivery to Seattle, Washington. Records are limited to maintenance performed by the seller and include new tires and a water pump in 2017.
This Ferrari F355 Spider is #60 of 100 limited edition Serie Fiorano models produced for the US market and shows 16,548 miles. Finished in Nero over a red leather interior, this example was recently acquired by the selling dealer and is powered by a 3.5-liter DOHC V8 paired with an F1 sequential transmission.
This 2007 Ariel Atom 2 shows 12k miles and was purchased in 2013 by the seller, who is a client of Massachussets-based tuner and licensed Ariel dealer Ace Performance Systems. Powered by a supercharged 2.0L four and 5-speed manual transaxle, modifications include an Harrop supercharger, a custom intake, exhaust and ECU tune, and a roll cage.
This 1973 Triumph TR6 is a dark blue example that has spent 17 years as part of a private collection in Oregon. The car has received a monthly inspection by a staff maintenance team, resulting in mechanical repairs and cosmetic updates as well as service documents. It is offered on behalf of its owner with a clean California title.
This 1964 Karmann-Ghia convertible was cosmetically refurbished and modified around 10 years ago. Work included new paint, the installation of a 1600cc dual-port flat four, a rebuilt transmission, and more. The seller purchased the car in 2017 and has performed service in preparation for sale.
This 1991 Puch 230GE was imported by the selling dealer in 2017 and has since received an exterior repaint, suspension refreshment, and more. The truck is equipped with a 2.3L diesel inline-five, 4-speed automatic transmission, locking differential, and fording kit. Supplied documents show inspections from 1994 to 2015.
This 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan MV is a pop-top Weekender that was sold new in Ohio and moved to Washington State in 2004. Its 2.8L V6 is paired with an automatic transmission, and modifications include a receiver hitch and Alpine stereo. Recent work consisted of a new tie rod and alignment. The van comes with records, books, and a Carfax report.
This 1979 Fiat X1/9 was previously located in Oregon before being donated to the Motorama Auto Museum of Aniwa, Wisconsin in 2013. It is finished in black with grey decals along the sides and features a two-tone black and tan interior. Power comes from a mid-mounted 1.5L inline-four mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle.
This 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo is a 78k-mile example finished in white over burgundy and equipped with a turbocharged 2.5L four, 5-speed manual gearbox, sunroof, and phone dials. Recent work included a power steering pump rebuild and a new timing belt, water pump, and thermostat. The car comes with a clean Carfax report and recent records.
This 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport is equipped with a naturally aspirated 6.2L V8, 7-speed manual gearbox, and limited-slip differential and has covered 2,900 miles since purchased six months ago. Upgrades include paint protection, aero parts, and performance items, and stock parts are included along with a window sticker and Carfax report.
This 2004 BMW M3 coupe is finished in Silver-Grey Metallic over black leather and shows 45k miles. Power comes from a 3.2L S54B32 inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, and options include 19″ wheels, Harman Kardon audio, xenon headlights, and more. Maintenance is recorded with BMW dealers and independent specialists.
This 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet is finished in Cassis Red Metallic over Burgundy and shows 64k miles. It was purchased by the seller in 1997. The 3.2-liter flat-six is mated to a G50 transaxle. A new clutch was installed at 40k miles, and a new canvas top was recently fitted.
This 1978 Lotus Esprit was reportedly kept by its previous owner for around 20 years. The cosmetics are in need of a refresh per the description. A correct 1973cc inline-four is equipped and paired to a factory 5-speed manual gearbox. The engine is claimed to turn freely and has compression, but will require a mechanical overhaul.
This 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am was sold new in Kutztown, Pennsylvania and was recently acquired by the selling dealer from its second owner of 26 years. Power is sent to the rear wheels from a 6.6L V8 through a 4-speed manual gearbox, and options include the WS6 performance package, Hurst T-tops, and a Firebird hood decal.
This 2007 Mercedes-Benz S600 shows just over 52k miles and is powered by a twin-turbo 5.5L V12. The 18″ alloy wheels have been chromed, and factory equipment includes climatized and multi-contour seats front and rear, Night View Assist, KeylessGo, COMAND navigation, and infotainment.
This set of four 17″ RUF wheels were produced by Speedline in Italy and were equipped on the seller’s 911 Turbo until 1994. The wheels have been properly stored indoors since, and measure 9″ wide up front and 10″ wide in the rear. Four NOS Yokohama AVS ES100 tires manufactured in 2003 are also included.
This 1972 Porsche 911T was originally sold in Nevada and remained with the original owner in New Mexico for 23 years. The seller’s brother then purchased the car in 1995 and drove it just 400 miles before placing it in covered storage for the next 18 years. The seller and his wife acquired the car in 2014 and performed a recommissioning.
This 2000 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS was acquired in 2001 by the seller and has since been driven 137k miles. Power is from a 2.5L flat-four paired with a 5-speed manual and modifications include a short shifter, wheels, dampers, springs, sway bars, exhaust parts, and more. The head gaskets, timing belt, and other parts were replaced at 135k miles.
This 1972 MG MGB is powered by a 1.8L four paired with a 4-speed gearbox and wears an older yellow repaint, a new soft top, and fresh tires on wire wheels. The car sat for five years before its recent purchased by the seller, who has since performed service work including an oil change, fuel tank flush, battery replacement, and more.
This 1959 MGA roadster is finished in Glacier Blue over gray leather, and just 200 miles have been driven since the completion of a full restoration in March 2018. Over $53k in work included a rebuild of the 1489cc inline-four and 4-speed manual transmission, a new interior, and fresh paint over bare metal. A hardtop and side curtains are included.
This 1959 Fiat Jolly is a black-plate California example that was acquired by the seller in 1998. The car is equipped with an air-cooled 499cc twin and a 4-speed manual gearbox, and during the seller’s ownership included a carburetor rebuild, new fuel pump, and brake cylinder replacement. This running project is sold with a collection of parts.
This 2007 911 GT3 Cup Car was built by Porsche Motorsports for competition use. In July 2017, Vision Motorsports rebuilt the Mezger 3.6L flat-six at a cost of $16,457, and it has been run for ~1 hour since. The Holinger 6-speed sequential gearbox was rebuilt by specialist Brian Copans ~2.5 hours ago for $12,370.
This 1956 Porsche 356A Carrera GS coupe was acquired by the seller 12 years ago and has since been restored. The 2.0L Fuhrmann 4-cam was rebuilt by Alan Klingen and is mated to a strengthened Type 741 gearbox equipped with a Vic Skirmants LSD. The car is equipped with a sunroof, an 80-liter fuel tank, Speedster seats, Marchal fogs, and more.
This 2009 Aston Martin DB9 is finished in Blue Sapphire over blue leather and mahogany and equipped with a 6.0L V12 with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Modifications include a hardwired radar detector, catalytic converter removal, and Nitron coilovers. The car shows 29k miles and is offered with a clean Carfax report and recent records.
This 1969 Triumph GT6 race car was acquired by the seller 11 years ago and last competed in May 2018. Four engine hours have elapsed since rebuilds of its 2000cc inline-six and Toyota 5-speed manual gearbox. Safety equipment consists of a welded cage, new harnesses, and dual fire extinguishers. The car is sold with records and a CVAR logbook.
This 2005 Lotus Elise shows just under 39k miles and is a modified example that was purchased new by the seller. Finished in Saffron Yellow, this example is powered by a mid-mounted 1.8L Toyota inline-four that has been fitted with Mahle forged pistons, a Radium Engineering fuel rail, Fidenza flywheel, baffled oil pan, and more.
This 1972 Citroën SM is powered by a 2.7-liter Maserati V6 and equipped with a 3-speed automatic transmission, an upgraded air conditioning system, and European headlight covers. It was acquired by the seller in 2016 shortly after the previous owner commissioned over 80 hours of mechanical service at Dave Burnham’s shop.
This 1964 BMW R60/2 is powered by a 600cc twin paired with a 4-speed transmission and has been with the seller for 34 years. Recent work included replacement head gaskets, carburetor gaskets, and a valve adjustment, and new mufflers were installed in 2017. The motorcycle shows 36k miles and is sold with tools, manuals, and parts receipts.
This 1950 Ford Utility Coupe was originally sold in Australia and was imported to Colorado some time ago by a previous owner. The vehicle was restored between 2005-2006 and is now finished in Desert Sand over a brown interior. Power comes from a 239ci flathead V8 mated to a 3-speed column-shift manual.
This 1974 BMW 2002tii is finished in Chamonix over blue vinyl and has been driven 124,228 total miles. The car received an extensive cosmetic and mechanical refresh within the past 12k miles per the description. Power comes from a fuel-injected M10 2.0-liter inline-four paired to a 3-series 5-speed manual transmission.
This 1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC is finished in Black Pearl Metallic over Black leather and carried an original MSRP of $86,555 according to the included window sticker. The odometer now shows 147,260 miles and power comes from a 5.6-liter V8 paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Recent records are also included.
This 1954 MG TF was acquired by the seller 14 years ago and refurbished with new paint, mechanicals, electrics, upholstery, and a fresh top and side curtains. Power is from a 1,250cc four paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The car shows 403 miles since completion and is sold with records and a tonneau cover.
This 2011 BMW M3 Sedan was originally sold in North Carolina and was ordered with over $16k in options, including the Competition, Convenience, and Premium packages. Power comes from a stock 4.0-liter S65 V8 paired to a 7-speed DCT transmission, and the car was recently serviced with new valve cover gaskets and an inspection in April 2018.
This 1963 International Harvester Scout 80 Camper Deluxe is equipped with a fiberglass body shell, fold-out tent bunks, and period appliances. Power is from a 152ci IH four mated to a 3-speed manual gearbox and dual-range transfer case. This example is thought to be one of a handful remaining on the road and was featured on BaT in February 2018.
This 1992 BMW 850i shows 37k miles and is powered by a 5.0L V12 mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Recent work included front end refreshment as well as a new timing chain tensioner, belts, batteries, and fluids. Modifications consist of M Parallel wheels and an A/C conversion. The car is sold with records from new and a clean Carfax report.
This 1990 Porsche 928 S4 was acquired by the seller in 2012 and shows 72k miles. Power is provided by a 5.0L V8 paired with a 4-speed automatic transaxle, and the car is optioned with an electric sunroof and full leather seating surfaces. Modifications include H4 headlights, an aftermarket sound system, aero mirrors, and Turbo Twist wheels.
This 2003 Audi A6 is powered by a heavily modified twin-turbo 2.7L V6 paired to a 6-speed manual transmission and Quattro all wheel drive. The seller estimates that the car produces between 550 and 600 horsepower at the wheels in its current form on E85.
This 1993 Mazda RX-7 was recently acquired by the selling dealer from the original owner and is powered by a twin-turbocharged 13b rotary paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The car is finished in Silverstone Metallic over black leather and offered with an accident-free Carfax report.
This 1986 Mazda B2000 Pickup was placed into storage shortly after the original owner took possession. It is finished with tan paint and multi-tone grey decals on the sides of the body, and is powered by a 2.0L inline-four. The truck currently shows just 1,938 miles and is offered with various period documents.
This 1997 Mercedes-Benz SL600 shows just 53k miles and is finished in Smoke Silver over a Parchment leather interior with a dark brown soft top. Standard features include a Bose sound system, automatic climate control, Burl Walnut wood trim, a removable hardtop, and more. Power is from a 6.0L DOHC V12.
This 1981 Datsun 280ZX Turbo was kept by the original owner through the early 2000’s and passed through two additional owners before it was acquired by the selling dealer earlier this year. The car is finished in two-tone brown and gold paint, and is powered by a turbocharged 2.8L inline-six that is backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission.
This 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet remained with the first owner until recently being acquired by the selling dealer. Finished in a paint-to-sample green, this car is equipped with a 6-speed manual and was also ordered with a Natural Cocoa leather interior, a Cocoa soft top, the Sport Chrono Package, heated adaptive sport seats, and much more.
This 1978 Chevrolet Nova is powered by a 350ci Chevrolet V8. The car was recently repainted in black by the previous owner and features a red interior with a reupholstered front seat. Modifications include a set of alloy wheels with Goodyear tires, Edelbrock carburetor, intake manifold, distributor and a set of polished drive pulleys.