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  • 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS

    $119,500(£91,931.35)

    1989 Ferrari 328 GTS s/n ZFFXA20A4K0082092 Red with Black Leather Interior The sports cars created during the outstanding lifetime of the great Enzo Ferrari must be counted among the best in the world. The brand that would proudly carry his name would spawn some of the most amazing cars of the century. By the mid-80s, however, the most critically important car to the Ferrari brand was the 308. With only 40 years of development since the first purpose-built racing Ferrari, the 308 set an unprecedented production and performance standard ultimately growing the company to new heights. And for the aging Enzo Ferrari, the 328, produced just after Enzo Ferrari passed away in 1988 would be among the last of the “Enzo Era” cars. Succeeding the highly popular 308, the 328 continued refinement with increased displacement, boosting the 3.2 liter V8 to 270hp. Offered in both Hardtop and Spider configuration, the design had evolved quite a bit from the earlier 308 series cars. The 328 featured new exterior door handles, handsomely blended body-colored front and rear bumpers with more integrated fascias, and an all new dashboard, switch gear, and interior door trim. Additionally, in late 1988 an

    Last update: 3 Days Old
    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 9834 mi
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  • 2005 Ford GT

    $252,500(£194,248.25)

    2005 Ford GT s/n 1FAFP90S15Y401888 Centennial White with Blue Stripes and Black Leather One hundred years after Henry Ford launched his then fledgling car company, those attending the 2003 Detroit Auto Show were stunned by the appearance of the all-new GT40 Concept car. Penned by Camilo Pardo, then head of the “Legends” studio, no one in the industry believed the concept would ever see production. Yet Ford shocked the public once again with the announcement that indeed, production would begin in 2004 with models delivered through 2005. In a matter of months, demand far exceeded supply as the public realized the competitively priced Ford GT was capable of besting many of the more expensive contemporary exotics – all while being far more reliable and far less costly to maintain. Roughly 4000 of these amazing cars were produced in the two-year period before production ceased. Only four options were available: a McIntosh sound system, Racing Stripes, Painted Brake Calipers, and Forged Alloy Wheels. In addition to the amazing design, the Ford GT featured a number of innovative technologies including a superplastic formed frame, aluminum formed body panels, roll bonded floors, magnesium

    Last update: 11 Days Old
    • Year: 2005
    • Mileage: 10481 mi
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  • 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

    $79,500(£61,159.35)

    1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint s/n 149321131 engine no. AR00536*01239* Red with Black Interior and Red Accents The Giulietta is the car that took Alfa Romeo from being a relatively small production company to being an economically viable and successful firm. Prior to that, they had produced large and expensive cars, and never in very large numbers. With the Giulietta, however, Alfa Romeo produced significant numbers of these charming and capable cars. Its success was due in part to its unique placement in the market. It was neither a large hugely expensive car, nor was it very small utility car (such as the Fiat 500). Instead, the Giulietta was affordable enough so that many could buy it, yet permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring that really struck a chord with buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. This car is a nicely upgraded and restored example that has a 1700cc engine kit converted to dual 40mm Weber carburetors, hotter camshafts, and a 5-speed transmission. The car also has front disc brakes, and lowered suspension with adjustable Koni shock absorbers. It has been properly cared for and maintained, and has been in the hands of enthusiastic California ow

    Last update: 13 Days Old
    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 68105 mi
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  • 1974 DeTomaso Pantera L

    $75,000(£57,697.50)

    1974 DeTomaso Pantera L s/n THPNPU07355 Silver with Black Interior The dawn of the 1970s was greeted eagerly at the Modena, Italy Show where American born designer Tom Tjaarda's Ghia built Pantera had just debuted. The innovative Pantera arrived as a steel monocoque design, sporting fresh angular coachwork, and a powerful, mid-mounted American V8 engine. A few weeks later the Pantera arrived at the New York Motor Show taking America by storm, where it would be immediately put into production. The Pantera came with many standard features including electric windows, air-conditioning, and performance bonuses like power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes and rack and pinion steering. Under the rear deck lid, the powerful 351 cu in V8 engine produced a grossly underrated 330 hp (contemporary dynos show power was closer to 375hp), which linked up to a five-speed ZF transaxle. The 1971 Pantera could accelerate to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds, making them formidable sports cars for their era. In late 1971, Ford began importing Panteras to the US, dramatically improving production with precision body stampings and higher quality control. For 1972, the new 4-bolt main 351 cu in. with the aggressive "C

    Last update: 13 Days Old
    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 75000 mi
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  • 1940 BMW 335 Cabriolet by Autenrieth

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    1940 BMW 335 Four-Door Cabriolet by Autenrieth s/n 100319, Engine No, 100319 Black with Red Leather BMW has long been regarded as one of the leading manufacturers of exceptional luxury road cars. Decades of superbly engineered cars, resplendent with leather interiors, beautiful bodywork, and performance engines, are all hallmarks of Bavarian excellence. Yet excellence in luxury was not always a part of BMW, particularly in the late 1930s when Mercedes-Benz was heralded as the dominant leader in this class. But all this changed in 1938 when BMW launched their prototype 335 at the London Motor Show, clearly indicating their interest in the luxury segment. Response for the car was overwhelming, resulting in production commencing the following year, which would continue until 1943, albeit short-lived, due to the war. The 335 has since been largely credited for launching BMW into the high-performance luxury market. Yet historic import and luxury brand genesis are but a few of the many features of distinguished excellence represented in this particularly stunning example. This stately BMW is one of only 415 Series 335 models built during the production period of 1939-1943. Believed to be

    Last update: 11 Days Old
    • Year: 1940
    • Mileage: 1948 mi
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  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Split Window Coupe

    $365,000(£280,794.50)

    1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Split Window Coupe s/n 30837S 109331, Engine no 3109331 F020IRF Sebring Silver with Black Interior Design excellence and racing prowess vaulted the Corvette into the pantheon of great American cars many years ago. Today, the best of these great cars continue to be sought after. Even among the finest European cars of the 60s, the all-new 1963 Corvette set a high standard for performance excellence at a reasonable price. Having distinguished itself at the track and on the road, the new 63 Stingray was a stunning revelation of design and performance. Captured initially by the youthful Pete Brock and refined by Corvette designer Larry Shinoda, the 63 split window was a phenomenal visual achievement. But Chevrolet was not satisfied to simply offer their customers great looking performance cars. Enter performance legend Zora Arkus Duntov with his clever directives circumventing corporate distaste for racing by building option packages for cars with racing in mind - among them the now iconic Z06 package. The 1963 Corvette Z06 Special Performance Equipment Package with the Endurance Racing Fuel tank is among the most desirable performance sports cars ever built.

    Last update: 17 Days Old
    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 10464 mi
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  • 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster

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    1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster s/n 198.042 10-002559, engine no. 198.980 10-002614 Silver with Black Leather Interior The 300SL was one of the most exotic cars available when it was new. Directly descended from racing cars, and chock full of innovative features, they were fast, beautiful, and expensive. Arguably the first ‘supercar’ ever (others claim that honor should be bestowed upon the Lamborghini Miura), the 300SL has been described as the McLaren F1 of its day. Thanks to Mercedes’ development work during World War II in aircraft engines, the 300SL became the first production car to feature fuel injection (directly injected into the cylinders no less), and the light but strong spaceframe necessitated the now legendary and often copied upwards opening doors on the closed variant of the car. The result was a stunningly beautiful but also functional car that was, depending on gearing, the fastest production car in the world. Surrounded by separate frame carbureted contemporaries, the SL was truly a glimpse of the future and remains today a very special car indeed. Its appeal is timeless and consequently, 300SLs have remained `blue-chip` collector cars that are always in demand

    Last update: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 75777 mi
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  • 1953 Jaguar C-Type Recreation

    $209,500(£161,168.35)

    1953 Jaguar C-Type Recreation s/n 726164 DN, Engine no. D8309-8 Metallic Blue with Dove Gray Leather A great sports car earns its legacy three ways. Some might be superlative in design, others proven on the racetrack, or perhaps simply by engineering prowess. But in the case of the C-Type Jaguar, it is masterfully inclusive of all three. The legendary Malcolm Sayer designed the C-Type body with beauty and aerodynamic efficiency in mind. Coupled with the twin cam XK series engine and disc brakes, C-Types dominated races, winning at Le Mans in 1951 and again in 1953. And with just 52 examples built at the factory, it should come as no surprise that some of the finest C-Types are selling for eight figures at premium auctions. For the motoring enthusiast who seeks the experience of such a great car, a faithful re-creation, uniting authenticity with upgraded engineering, becomes an inviting proposition for miles of enjoyment. This Jaguar C-Type re-creation is one of just four cars built by renowned engineer Bryan Wingfield in 1987. Built specifically for each customer, the original four owners were Paul Hewes, Henry Taylor, Merrick Taylor and Sir Anthony Bamford. These four cars were ex

    Last update: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
    • Mileage: 15796 mi
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  • 1961 Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase Berlinetta Recreation

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    1961 Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase Berlinetta Recreation s/n 3251, engine no. 3251 Blue Chario with Cream Leather Ferrari sports racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s are among the most desirable, beautiful, and valuable cars in existence. Dominant in racing, a pleasure to drive, and highly collectible, they are the holy grail in the collector car sphere and are now so valuable that they are rarely used, depriving the public and their owners of the joy of experiencing them. Consequently, high-quality reconfigurations using Ferrari mechanical components and faithfully recreate the construction of the original cars have garnered the interest of Ferrari enthusiasts and collectors seeking the experience of some of the most significant automobiles ever constructed without the multi-million dollar price tags. The SWB is one of the most desirable and iconic vintage Ferraris, representing one of the last competition-oriented cars that could also be used on the street. Highly effective GT racing cars, the SWB was clothed in stunning lightweight bodywork styled by Pininfarina, had disc brakes for the first time on a Ferrari, and was powered by Ferrari’s venerable 3 liter V12 producing nearly 3

    Last update: 26 Days Old
    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 59544 mi
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  • 2005 Aston Martin DB9

    $39,500(£30,387.35)

    2005 Aston Martin DB9 VIN SCFAD01A05GA00955 Berwick Bronze with Chocolate/Sandstorm Leather Unveiled as a 2004 model, the DB9 represented a significant change in direction for Aston Martin. Following the David Brown years, Aston had encountered many financial troubles that often prevented them from devoting the resources to develop innovative new models from the ground up. The DB9 is represented a completely new generation of Aston Martins and is their first truly modern car. With an impressive aluminum chassis, the DB9 is stronger and 25% lighter than its predecessor. The car is clothed in stunning aluminum and composite bodywork styled by Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker, and is built in an all new state of the art facility at Gaydon. The powerplant is a 5.9 liter V12, and produces 450hp. The suspension is equally impressive, with forged aluminum double wishbones and even aluminum damper housings. The gearbox is mounted at the rear via a torque tube with carbon fiber driveshaft. With innovative technology, superb dynamics, outstanding build quality, and striking aesthetics, the cars are now truly world-class and the marque is enjoying a well-deserved renaissance. This particular exam

    Last update: 24 Days Old
    • Year: 2005
    • Mileage: 60097 mi
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  • 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Vantage Drophead Coupe

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    1953 Aston Martin DB2 Vantage Drophead Coupe s/n LML/50/252, Engine no. VB6B/50/1079 Dark Blue with Dove Grey Leather Interior Aston Martin was poised for success with their new offering, the elegant and powerful DB2. The new W.O. Bentley developed in-line 2.6 liter six cylinder engine featured a twin overhead cam, formerly of Lagonda. David Brown had acquired Lagonda specifically for this engine, and the DB2 was to be the first to greatly benefit from the Lagonda reputation for engineering excellence. The DB2 was not only a technical leap for Aston Martin, it would become a critical GT offering for decades to come. Given Aston Martin’s fledgling status, the DB2 announced their ambitions without hesitation, ready to compete against their only formidable competition, Jaguar. The DB2 achieved success on the racetrack in the 1950 Le Mans race, coming in first and second in the three-liter class. Notable racecar driver Phil Hill purchased A DB2 for his personal use, and Briggs Cunningham became the first to take delivery of the Vantage series DB2, which offered larger SU carburetors and a higher compression ratio, resulting in an increase from 105hp to 125hp as well as 11 second 0-60 t

    Last update: 26 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
    • Mileage: 61066 mi
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  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Recreation

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    1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Recreation s/n 3343, Engine no. 4703 Rosso Corsa with Blue Cloth Seats The Ferrari GTO needs no introduction to automotive enthusiasts. Equally famous for its dominance in the international racing scene as for its astronomical eight figure values, the GTO is perhaps the ultimate classic Ferrari. Today they are among the world’s most historically significant and valuable cars. When new, they were highly successful in international motor racing, winning the world sports car championship in 1962, 1963, and 1964. Today, the majority of GTOs have been long since acquired by sophisticated collectors and are thus out of reach for most people, even Ferrari collectors. Consequently, high quality reconfigurations carrying Ferrari chassis and serial numbers, Ferrari engines, and alloy bodies of the original style and construction type, have garnered the interest of enthusiasts seeking the experience of owning and driving one of the world’s most important automobiles without the out-of-reach price tag or uneasiness associated with enjoying such a valuable car. This particular car is an outstanding example, believed to have been constructed in the early 1980s by Favre, who

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 250 mi
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  • 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000

    $42,000(£32,310.60)

    1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 s/n AR*3023964* Red with Black Interior Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro while at Bertone, the GTV was a welcome favorite from its introduction, and remaining so through successful iterations through 1975. With its stunning Bertone-designed body, tidy greenhouse, and low but roomy profile, these perfectly proportioned cars received only minor exterior changes as they evolved. The biggest change occurred in 1969 with the elimination of the early “stepped” hood and the change of the nomenclature to GTV. Under the hood was another story all together. Over the years, the engine displacement grew which altered the GTV’s character. The innovative high-revving, carbureted 1570 cc DOHC four (1600) was succeeded by a 1779 cc four (1750) with a SPICA mechanical fuel injection system in the GTV of 1969, and finally the displacement increase to 1962cc (2000) via an increase in bore in 1971. The charming but hunkered down front-engine, rear drive coupe offered seating for four adults and spirited performance. Although the design shared many mechanical parts with the former Giulietta, the new unibody or monocoque platform was very innovative and lightweight. Live rear axle

    Last update: 11 Days Old
    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 62973 mi
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  • 1925 Hispano-Suiza H6B Convertible Sedan

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    1925 Hispano-Suiza H6B Convertible Sedan Coachwork by Belvallette s/n 11093, Eng. no. 301111, Body no. 9899 Black with Maroon Leather and Highlights The luxurious and elegant Hispano-Suiza came to fruition at a time in automobile development when industry was booming and individual wealth was increasing at historic rates. Chosen by European royalty, Maharajahs, Hollywood film stars and industrial tycoons, the legendary Hispano-Suiza was brilliantly engineered, adorned with beautiful fixtures, and stunning handmade coachwork. Swiss engineer Marc Birkigt had proven his capabilities with Hispano-Suiza-engined Spad fighter planes in World War I, devising a lightweight aluminum casting with steel liners, essentially creating the first block castings of their type. After the war, Hispano-Suiza delivered the same brilliance to the new H6 cars built in Paris at the Bois Colombes factory, unveiled in 1919, with the H6B model revealed in 1920. Captain Georges Guynemer's Stork Squadron of Hispano-Suiza-engined Spads became the mascot adorning the H6 radiator, featuring a six-cylinder car of 6,597cc capacity. The model was renowned for its ease of handling, engine efficiency, durable three-spe

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1925
    • Mileage: 91995 mi
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  • 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider

    $90,000(£69,237)

    1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider s/n AR 1495.11111, engine no. AR 00106.00699 Black with Red Interior The Giulietta, and later the Giulia are the cars that took Alfa Romeo from being a relatively small production company to being an economically viable and successful firm. Prior to that, they had produced large and expensive cars, and never in very large numbers. With the Giulietta and Giulia Series, however, Alfa Romeo produced significant numbers of these charming and capable cars. Its success was due in part to its unique placement in the market. It was neither a large hugely expensive car, nor was it very small utility car (such as the Fiat 500). Instead, they were affordable enough so that many could buy them, yet permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring that really struck a chord with buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. The Giulietta Veloce enjoys the honor of being the highest performing and most developed open variant of the 1300cc line, thanks to its venerable twin cam engine, twin Weber carburetors, higher compression ratio, and hotter cam profiles. Performance was much improved over the standard cars. According to Marco Fazio of Alfa Romeo Hist

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 12908 mi
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  • 1987 Porsche 930 Turbo

    $115,000(£88,469.50)

    1987 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe VIN WP0JB0932HS050359, engine no. 68H00370 Carmine Red with Black Leather Interior Although the Porsche Turbo is now a natural fixture in the consciousness of car buffs because it is such an iconic car, it was genuinely earth-shattering when it emerged in the mid 1970s. After massive success pioneering the use of turbochargers during the first half of the 1970s in the 917 Can Am and 911-based sports cars, Porsche had the knowhow to bring a reliable and capable turbocharged road car to market. The 930 was hugely impressive when new, and contemporary road testers gushed about its effortless ability to gain speed with deceptive composure, an attribute that seemed positively alien in a period when few drivers had experienced turbocharged cars. And indeed the car's massive performance by contemporary standards made it a genuine contender for supercar status, placing Porsche in a different category than it had previously occupied in the eyes of performance car junkies for the first time. In many ways, the production 930 was diametrically opposed to Porsche’s previous high performance 911, the Carrera RS. Where the RS of just a few years earlier was a raw and

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 62339 mi
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  • 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster

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    1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster s/n 198.042.7500568 Fire Engine Red with Tan Leather Interior The 300SL was one of the most exotic cars available when it was new. Directly descended from racing cars, and chock full of innovative features, they were fast, beautiful, and expensive. Arguably the first 'supercar' ever (others claim that honor should be bestowed upon the Lamborghini Miura), the 300SL has been described as the McLaren F1 of its day. Thanks to Mercedes' development work during World War II in aircraft engines, the300SL became the first production car to feature fuel injection (directly injected into the cylinders no less), and the light but strong spaceframe necessitated the now legendary and often copied upwards opening doors on the closed variant of the car. The result was a stunningly beautiful but also functional car that was, depending on gearing, the fastest production car in the world. Surrounded by separate frame carbureted contemporaries, the SL was truly a glimpse of the future and remains today a very special car indeed. Its appeal is timeless and consequently, 300SLs have remained 'blue-chip' collector cars that are always in demand and perhaps even cultural

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 25388 mi
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  • 1958 Porsche 356 A Coupe with Sunroof

    $119,500(£91,931.35)

    1958 Porsche 356 A 1600 Coupe with Sunroof s/n 101972 engine no. 67304 (included), 87072 (fitted) Burgundy with Tan Leather Interior Porsche began the venerable 356 series as their first foray into sports car production. With much of their success in racing, the world could see that Porsche was a force to be reckoned with. By 1958 the 356 could be purchased with the potent Super engine, initially as a 1500, and later in 1600 form. The 356A became one of the most sought after early Porsches, exhibiting the finest craftsmanship and engineering, particularly in these early cars. This particular example is a nicely restored and beautifully presented car with the rare 1600 engine, which now features a sunroof. It was restored in a very striking color combination several years ago, and has nicely aged via a dedicated 356 collector who enthusiastically used the car prior to selling it in 2011 to Tom Papadopoulos of Autosport Designs, Inc. through Fantasy Junction. Papadopoulos spent an additional amount of time and money refining the car even further over the course of several months (receipts of this work included with the car). While a previous owner believed this to have always been a

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1958
    • Mileage: 9974 mi
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  • 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS

    $79,500(£61,159.35)

    1987 Ferrari 328 GTS s/n ZFFXA20A4H0073823, Engine no. 0073823 Rosso Corsa with Tan Leather The all-new Pininfarina designed Ferrari 308 debuted to an excited sports car public at the 1975 Paris Auto Show. It’s an understatement to say these were very challenging times in the auto industry, so one can imagine the delight at an all new sports car given the vastly detuned, rubber bumpered, ungainly vehicles proliferating the automotive world. Thankfully Ferrari was offering a refreshing option. Pininfarina designer Leonardo Fioravanti, having already designed many of Ferrari's most celebrated cars including the Daytona, the Dino, and Berlinetta Boxer captured a taut new energy with the 308. Replacing the 246, this Ferrari arrived as a new market maker. The 308 was dramatic and beautiful, quickly becoming a feature of television shows and movies, while shaping public opinion about what a sports car should look and feel like. Although the initial design was limited to a fixed roof configuration, the GTS arrived in 1977, featuring a removable satin black roof panel, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use. After more than a decade, the 328 GTB and GTS (Gr

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 67952 mi
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  • 1966 Amphicar 770

    $42,500(£32,695.25)

    1966 Amphicar s/n 10 3834 Yellow with Black Interior It floats, it drives, it skims on fresh or salt water, and with just a flick of a switch you are back on dry land cruising the streets in search of new, unchartered rivers, tributaries, deep water gulches, and lakes. And while anyone can have a Ferrari in their garage, in the event of tsunami or torrential flooding, you are prepared with the amazing 1966 Amphicar 770 ready to serve your aquatic or terrestrial needs. Originally conceived and built in Germany by engineer Hans Trippel, the Amphicar remains the only commercially viable amphibious vehicle ever successfully sold to the general public – a huge achievement considering that most military amphibious vehicles cost ten to twenty times the price of a new Amphicar. Designed and built in Germany, and released at a time when American leisure, camping and adventure were thriving pastimes amongst post war families, the Amphicar arrived with a splash at the 1961 New York Auto Show to an astonished public. Orders were brisk, allowing the company to invest millions in development and years of engineering to refine this dual-purpose automobile. With a unique blend of 50’s charm and bo

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 3422 mi
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  • 1968 Jaguar XKE Series 1.5 Roadster

    $110,000(£84,623)

    1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 Roadster s/n 1E17523, engine no. 7 E16924-9 Red with Black Leather The E-Type was unveiled in March of 1961 at the Geneva Motor Show, following the famous 11th hour disorder (one of the cars was driven to the show from England with just hours to spare). The car was an immediate sensation: its specification was state of the art, its bodywork arrestingly gorgeous, and the price surprisingly affordable. It embodied William Lyons' values beautifully and it is no surprise that the E-Type has become such a legendary part of automotive history. The specification clearly demonstrated Jaguar's racing experience and included independent suspension all around (at a time when Ferrari was still using live rear axles), disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and of course Jaguar's legendary twin cam inline-6. The cars were continuously developed, however, the arrival of 1970s American safety legislation and the twelve cylinder engine made later cars less attractive and less sporting. 1968 “Series 1.5” cars were one year only, which started to incorporate the safety and emissions equipment required by the DOT, although they retained th

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 11500 mi
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  • 1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino

    $325,000(£250,022.50)

    1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino s/n 04376 Rosso Corsa with Tan Leather Daytona Seats The Pininfarina/Ferrari design collaboration has resulted in some of the most lasting and dynamic sports cars for over half a century, and continuing to this day. The original 206 Dino GT was among one of the most innovative results of this team effort, creating a delightful shape, exhibiting lush Italian curvature and sensuality. The heart of the Dino was the compact V6 engine, developed by Dino Ferrari, son of Enzo, whose name would ultimately (and tragically due to his untimely death) spawn this new brand and establish Ferrari as a world car leader. Shortly after release, the 206 advanced to the 246 as the public demanded more power and production increased for this excellent handling mid-engine car. Stamped in steel at Pininfarina using higher volume practices, the new Dino wowed Europe and America with sleek bodywork and nimble performance, establishing Ferrari as far more than a small volume manufacturer. The new engine, a 2418 cc 65-degree, dual-overhead-camshaft, 9.0:1 compression ratio, iron block with alloy heads, produced 195 bhp (at 7,600 rpm) in European trim. The American version used an ex

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 81816 mi
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  • 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 by Touring

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    1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 by Touring s/n 0622, Engine no. 0570 Red with Arancia Leather Legends often begin with impassioned exchanges and fiery pronouncements. Whether true or simply the lore of Italian operatic embellishment, Ferruccio Lamborghini embarked on a journey to build his own sports car, enraged by a disagreement with Enzo Ferrari over the reliability of his personal Ferrari. Familiar with industry, Lamborghini was soon producing a formidable sports car that was in many ways better built, more sophisticated, and performed better than contemporary Ferraris. Technical specifications surprised the automotive press, with statistics that included a quad cam V-12, four wheel independent suspension, disc brakes, and a five-speed gearbox, first supplied by ZF, and later built in house by Lamborghini. All this served customers very well, with the added benefit of making Ferrari’s single cam engines, live rear axles, and four-speed gearboxes appear rather dated. The contemporary press lauded Lamborghini’s build quality, design, and performance revealing that the 350GT and 400GT were more luxurious and less demanding to drive than rival Ferraris. All this set Lamborghini on a pat

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 13265 mi
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  • 1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

    $245,000(£188,478.50)

    1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 s/n 1E 13271 engine no. 7E 9338-9 White with Black Interior The Jaguar E-Type was revealed to the public at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, becoming an immediate sensation. With its beautiful lines and surprisingly affordable price, the E-Type grew to iconic status where it has remained for more than half a century. The E-Type was offered with independent front and rear suspension, disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and Jaguar’s legendary twin-cam inline-6 engine. Sales were brisk, affording ongoing development including the 4.2 liter engine and fully synchronized gearboxes for 1965. Later cars, particularly those imported to the United States, had safety and emissions equipment that negatively influenced both performance and aesthetics, thus making Series I 4.2 liter cars among the most desirable among performance enthusiasts. This particular Series 1 roadster, according to Jaguar Heritage Trust (certificate included with the car) is an early 4.2 liter car assembled July 11, 1966 and departing the factory August 3, 1966. Originally delivered to Jaguar Cars, New York, the first owner is recorded as Susan Mah, however the

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 12886 mi
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  • 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione

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    1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Competizione” Daytona s/n 14049 Argento with Black Interior and Blue Inserts By the end of the 1960s, the motorsport world had warped into a new era of aerodynamic experimentation and extreme power. A colossal battle between Ferrari and Porsche produced awe-inspiring, mid-engine, 5-liter World Sports Car Championship machines that reached astonishing speed, and occasionally sudden and dramatic ends. Within this context, Ferrari focused on not only the WSC machines, but also the GT cars that filled out the endurance race fields, and truly represented the manufacture’s flagship models in the heat of competition. Only fifteen 365GTB/4 “Competizione” Daytonas were built in-house by the Ferrari factory between 1971-72-73, but the cars proved potent in competition, and quickly logged top five overall finishes at the grueling 24 hour races at Le Mans and Daytona, and wins in the Tour de France. Ferrari utilized the GTB/4C platform in other key events such as the 12 Hours of Sebring, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen, and many other national and international sprint and endurance racing venues. The formula was relatively simple: provide a well-balanced, aerodynamically effici

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 12316 mi
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  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Pinin Farina Cabriolet

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    1962 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Pinin Farina Cabriolet s/n 3633, Engine no. 3633 (internal no. 360/62) Black with Beige Leather Interior Beautiful and powerful, the 250 series had established Ferrari as both the style and performance leader by the dawn of the 1960s. But the legend was only beginning. Ferrari entered the decade fully engaged in the growing demand for their capable road cars, both to showcase racing technology, and to provide consistent income to support their racing. Each car was a personalized statement of excellence. And while every 250 was unique, the Pinin Farina coachbuilt convertible design was among the most sought after road cars. Fitted with the venerable Colombo 3-litre V-12, triple Weber 36 DCS two-barrel carbs, four-speed synchromesh transmission with overdrive, independent front suspension, and four wheel disc brakes, the 250 GT cabriolet culminated in 1962 handmade examples delivered to a mere 200 fortunate enthusiasts. This PF Cab, #3633, was owned by the same person for 35 years, from 1980 2015. Ferrari historian Marcel Massini further details the history of this rare car in a comprehensive overview citing factory assembly notations, ownership, and fur

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 43653 mi
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  • 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

    $279,500(£215,019.35)

    1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster s/n 1E10834, Engine no. 7E3416-9 Silver-Grey with Red Leather Once in a lifetime, beauty, engineering, and history converge, resulting in an object so delightful - it transcends generations of admirers. The Jaguar E-Type is exactly such a car. Unveiled at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, those in attendance were witnessing something brilliant. Stunning design, unrivaled performance, and racing lineage made the E-Type an immediate sensation. With its beautiful lines and surprisingly affordable price, the E-Type grew to iconic status where it has remained for more than half a century. But it wasn’t beauty alone. Jaguar’s racing experience offered independent front and rear suspension, disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and Jaguar’s legendary twin-cam inline-6 engine. Sales were brisk, affording ongoing development including the 4.2 liter engine and fully synchronized gearboxes for 1965. Later cars, particularly those imported to the United States, had safety and emissions equipment that negatively influenced both performance and aesthetics, thus making Series I 4.2 liter cars among the most desirable. This particula

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 3471 mi
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  • 1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe by Pinin Farina

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    1952 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupe by Pinin Farina s/n 0263EU, Engine no. 0263EU Two-Tone Blue with Powder Blue Leather The elegance and grace of early coachbuilt Ferraris are often sequestered to museums or hidden from the public in private collections. It is rare to find an early car that has been both beautifully restored and universally adored by experts and enthusiasts in public showings and numerous featured publications. Such is the case with this unique and stunning Ferrari. In October 1952, Ferrari initiated a gradual transition from the earlier series 212 platform, developing the first of the Europa series (designated by the EU serial number). The first of these cars debuted as the Inter Cabriolet with coachwork by Pinin Farina (chassis number 0235 EU). The new GT car was well received in part due to the increased wheelbase and improved chassis dynamics. Just 78 examples of the 212 Inter were produced between 1951 and 1953, with 26 of the final 29 cars receiving the EU chassis designation as Europas. These cars were powered by the 170 bhp, 2,562 cc SOHC V-12 engine with three Weber 36 DCF carburetors. Power fed through a five-speed manual gearbox, featuring independent front s

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1952
    • Mileage: 8018 mi
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  • 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka

    $215,000(£165,399.50)

    1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka s/n KPGC10-001443, engine no. S20 000212 Light Platinum Metallic with Black Interior Although the Skyline, particularly the racing-derived GT-R variant, exploded into the consciousness of American and European collectors relatively recently, the cars have always been deeply revered in Japan. The Skyline story dates back to 1957, when Prince Motor Company introduced what was for postwar Japan, a large and luxurious car with obviously American influenced styling. With 60hp or so, it was far from sporting, and it was not until 1964 when the car gained, in a very big way, serious sporting credibility. In 1964, by combining a lengthened Skyline body with the larger Gloria’s 6-cylinder powerplant, the car proved itself at the Japanese Grand Prix sweeping 2nd through 6th behind a Porsche 904. The car continued on to be a successful race car, nearing 50 consecutive wins in the 18 months it was actively campaigned. Thus began a performance dynasty and a legendary nameplate which continues to this day. In 1966, Prince Motor Company merged with Nissan and the next generation Skyline, which was already in development, was badged as a Nissan when it appeared in

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    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 82740 mi
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  • 1973 Maserati Bora

    $195,000(£150,013.50)

    1973 Maserati Bora 4.9 s/n AM117/49-US700, engine no. AM107/11/49*700* Silver with Red Leather Interior The Bora was Maserati's response to the Lamborghini Miura, which created a sensation when introduced in 1966 thanks to its stunning looks and mid-engined layout. Ferrari's Daytona, introduced in 1968, proved to be disappointingly front-engined, but the Bora, launched in 1971, was not. Featuring Maserati's fantastic quad cam alloy V8 directly descended from the 450S race car, theBora was mid-engined with the appearance to match. The styling was striking and angular, with an intriguing combination of brutality and restraint, and was penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign. The rear clamshell was uniquely covered in glass and both the roof and A-pillar were covered in brushed stainless steel. The Bora was also technically innovative. The sophisticated V8 (available in either 4.7 or 4.9 liter displacements), was backed by ZF's excellent 5-speed transaxle. Suspension was independent all around, addressing a long-standing criticism of the Bora's predecessor, the Ghibli, which had a live rear axle. Maserati was then under Citroen's ownership, and their unique hydraulic braking system

    Last update: 3 Months Old
    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 25780 mi
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