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  • 1968 Jaguar XKE Series 1.5 Roadster

    $110,000(£87,549)

    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

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    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 11500 mi
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  • 1947 Fiat Topolino 500A

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    1947 Fiat Topolino 500A s/n 500-102007, Engine no. 500-104614 Charcoal Grey/Cream with Tan Interior The Fiat 500, colloquially known as the “Topolino” (literally translated as “small mouse” but also the Italian translation of “Mickey Mouse”), was to Italy what the Volkswagen Beetle was to Germany, and the Citroen 2CV was to France. Inexpensive, simple, economical, and robust, the cars competed not with other cars, but with tractors, horses, and two-wheeled vehicles. They sold extremely well, with large numbers built, but only a select few have transcended the decades to exist today, and almost none have been cared for and restored to the level of this wonderful example. Benefitting from the previous long term custodianship of the President of the Fiat Owner’s Club Belgium, this charming Topolino is exceedingly solid, complete, and correctly restored. The engine was rebuilt as part of the restorative process, and the car starts easily and runs very well. More recently, under the current California ownership period the head gasket was replaced, the fuel tank serviced, the generator re-wired, and the brake hydraulics overhauled. The brakes supply ample stopping power, and gear changes

    Last update: 3 Days Old
    • Year: 1947
    • Mileage: 47200 mi
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  • 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6

    $19,500(£15,520.05)

    1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6 s/n ZARAA6693G1007593 Dark red with Tan Leather Alfa Romeo has long been associated with building some of the most exciting race and road cars. Their devotion to the sporting enthusiast is evident in every car they have assembled. Recent years have proven so to collectors as several of the finest Alfa Romeos have become multi-million dollar classics. By the 1980’s Alfa Romeo was evolving into a highly specialized and technically sophisticated car builder. Nowhere is that more notable that in the Italdesign GTV6 model. By 1975 Alfa Romeo was selling roughly 5,000 cars annually in the United States when the four-door Alfetta arrived. The Alfetta GT, a taught and angular design from Giorgetto Giugiaro, featured the DOHC four, fed by SPICA mechanical fuel injection. Certainly potent, but Alfa had far more to come. An all-new 2.5-liter hemi-head V-6 designed by Filippo Surace, was finally ready for production use. It would be the first of its kind for Alfa and very much recognized as essentially the last Alfa Romeo engineering effort before the struggling company would be absorbed as a Fiat brand. GTV6 models imported into the US featured the 2,492cc (152.3-cu.in.)

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    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 113080 mi
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  • 1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino

    $325,000(£258,667.50)

    1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino s/n 04376 Rosso Corsa with Tan Leather Daytona Seats Designed by the legendary Leonardo Fioravanti, the same man responsible for some of the greatest Pininfarina/Ferrari designs, the original 206 Dino GT was a delightful shape, oozing 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 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 exhaust air-pump, and modified timing to deliver 175 hp through three Weber 40 DCNF/6 or 40 DCNF/7 carburetors. The 246 had

    Last update: 3 Days Old
    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 81816 mi
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  • 1963 Amphicar 770

    $42,500(£33,825.75)

    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

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    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 3422 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: 3 Days Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 13265 mi
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  • 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

    $149,500(£118,987.05)

    2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello F1 VIN: ZFFBV55A420128898 Grigio Titanium with Black Leather Introduced as the flagship of the Ferrari line, the Maranello replaced a long line of mid-engined cars that began with the Berlinetta Boxer and was continued by the Testarossa. Meant to recapture the glory days of Ferrari’s legendary front-engined sports cars (most notably the 275GTB and 365GTB/4 Daytona), the Maranello is an indisputably beautiful car. The Pininfarina styling is masculine and muscular without being overstated or excessively macho, and the proportions are spot-on. Originally introduced as the 550, the 575 replaced it in 2002, and brought a host of improvements in terms of styling and on the mechanical side as well. These included increasing the power to 515hp, larger brakes, improved aerodynamics, and many other minor changes. This particular example is a very well optioned 12,902 mile US market example, which is absolutely up-to-date on its service, having just had a no-expense-spared timing belt service performed, along with the installation of new engine mounts by Revolution Motorsport Inc in Agoura Hill, California in February of 2016 at a cost of more than $7,730, and has

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    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 12902 mi
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  • 1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

    $245,000(£194,995.50)

    1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster s/n 1E13271, Engine no. 7E9338-9 Cream with Black Leather 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 I 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 Susie K. Mah, ho

    Last update: 7 Days Old
    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 12886 mi
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  • 1957 Jaguar XK140MC Fixed Head Coupe

    $110,000(£87,549)

    1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Fixed Head Coupe s/n S815802, engine no. G 8779-8S Red with Biscuit Leather Interior Jaguar XK series cars are among the most recognized and appreciated classic sports cars of the 1950’s. Innovative, beautiful, and capable, these cars not only set a high standard in racing, they launched Jaguar into volume manufacturing and worldwide distribution. The first of the series, the XK120 offered an all-new twin-cam inline-6 cylinder engine, delivering 120 mph performance at a surprisingly affordable price. By 1955, the XK120 became the XK140, offering notable improvements including more legroom, increased horsepower, rack and pinion steering, telescoping shock absorbers, and improved brakes. Coupe, drophead coupe, and roadster versions were available with a range of performance options. This particular XK140 is a matching numbers Fixed Head Coupe configured in left hand drive and ordered from the factory with the rare MC option designation. According to the Jaguar Heritage Trust (certificate supplied with the car) this car was assembled September 3, 1956 and departed the factory September 20, 1956. The original distributor, Jaguar Cars, New York NY delivered the car

    Last update: 11 Days Old
    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 5961 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

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    • 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: 15 Days Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 43653 mi
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  • 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

    $279,500(£222,454.05)

    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: 19 Days 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: 19 Days Old
    • Year: 1952
    • Mileage: 8018 mi
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  • 2014 Morgan 3 Wheeler

    $45,000(£35,815.50)

    2014 Morgan 3-Wheeler VIN: SA9M32859EP202174 Sport Green with Saddle Brown Leather Morgan's famously anachronistic sports cars represent the quintessential British motoring experience. Seen as outmoded even by the 1960s, the cars have actually been developed considerably over the decades, creating an interesting combination of contemporary mechanical components and the traditional British sports car experience and aesthetic. With that philosophy, Morgan has remained a stalwart corner of motoringdom, where true, dyed in the wool anglophile enthusiasts could be assured of an unadulterated, uncompromised, motoring experience. In a Morgan, these enthusiasts are guaranteed a thrilling and very pure driving experience that instantly reminds the driver of times when just going for a drive was an occasion. Until recently, this brand of good old fashioned motoring was provided by Morgan’s Plus 8 (and later V6 roadster) and Plus 4 models, but in a rather clever bit of new product planning, Morgan expanded their model line meaningfully for the first time in more than 40 years with the introduction of the three-wheeler in 2012. Three-wheeled vehicles have always been subject to fewer regulatio

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 2014
    • Mileage: 125 mi
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  • 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka

    $245,000(£194,995.50)

    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

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 82740 mi
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  • 1973 Maserati Bora

    $195,000(£155,200.50)

    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: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 25780 mi
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  • 1953 Fiat 8V Elaborata by Zagato

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    1953 Fiat 8V Elaborata by Zagato s/n 106.000022, Engine no. 104.000.000043 Grigio Fumo with Red Leather Fiat is one of Italy’s oldest and greatest car manufacturers and, although remarkably successful in early motor racing, has made surprisingly few real sports cars. The Turin firm won the French Grand Prix in 1907 and again in 1922 when Nazzaro won the race at 79.10mph in the 2-liter Fiat. Yet the first notable sports car to emerge was, arguably, the 1933 Fiat 508 “Balilla”, following several class wins by various Fiats in the Mille Miglias of the late 1920s and early 30s. Fiat sprung something of a surprise at the 1952 Geneva Motor Show when they introduced their next competition car; the two liter vee-eight engined 8V. It was designed for motor racing and became very successful; its long and distinguished record including the 2 liter GT Championship of Italy in 1954. The light alloy V8 engine was novel in that the angle between cylinder banks was 70 degrees to keep the unit narrow, and the 8V’s chassis was of tubular steel: suspension was independent all round using components from other Fiat models. The Autocracy would comment “this trim 2 liter two seater sports saloon attract

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1953
    • Mileage: 57774 mi
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  • 1960 Jaguar XK150 SE Roadster

    $131,500(£104,660.85)

    1960 Jaguar XK 150 SE Roadster s/n S832124DN, Engine stamped V7524-8 Light Cream with Red Leather One of the 1950s most iconic motor cars, the Jaguar XK series have always had a strong following. With a growing numbers of shows, clubs, and events catering to these cars, they continue to be in demand. As the final model in the XK production line, the 150 made several technological advances over the 120 and 140, and provided a bigger cockpit area which accommodates a larger driver more comfortably. The 150 was also the first Roadster equipped with roll up windows. Of the three variations produced, the XK 150 Roadster is by far the most valuable and sought after. In total, just 1,339 150 Roadsters were produced, considerably less than in the 120 or 140 series. This car was built at the time the factory was transitioning to the production of the very limited 3.8L engine of which only a few Roadsters were produced with in late 1960, and in 1961, before the Series I E-Types were introduced. This car is the higher horsepower SE model, and one of the first cars built with the elongated heavy taillights featured on the rare 3.8 series of late 1960 through 1961. Its chassis number denotes it

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 60101 mi
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  • 1970 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider

    $209,500(£166,741.05)

    1970 Fiat Dino 2400 Spider s/n 135BS0001219 Silver with Red Interior The story of the Fiat Dino begins, like those of most of Italy's great cars, with the engine. An all-aluminum 2 liter quad cam V6 derived from the Dino 196 race car engine was converted for road use by Aurelio Lampredi (who also designed early Ferrari V12 motors), and placed into volume production in order to homologate the motor for racing use in Formula 2. 500 units needed to be produced and Ferrari knew they would not be able to produce or sell so many cars during this period, so the motors were employed in a new flagship Fiat Dino, in addition to the Ferrari 206 Dino. The Fiat Dino was available in closed or open form, bodied by Bertone and Pininfarina respectively. 24% of the Dinos produced were Spiders while the remaining cars were coupes. For many years, the cars were under appreciated and otherwise overlooked by the collector community, in large part because of their Fiat badging. The fact of the matter is that they were and remain technically sophisticated, spirited Italian cars with attractive bodywork by Italy's best known designers, and an exceptional Ferrari engine. The Dino was developed over its pro

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1970
    • Mileage: 118983 mi
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  • 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series IV

    $185,000(£147,241.50)

    This car is currently not at Fantasy Junction but is available by appointment. 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT, Series IV s/n 3618, engine no. 4372 Maroon with Tan wool interior Always known for their advanced and sophisticated engineering, Lancia’s B20 GT was the company’s greatest car. The car combined both prodigious performance and handling with a sublime, classic form while adding, and defining, the name Gran Turismo to the world lexicon. Shortly after its introduction a B20 GT finished second overall in the 1951 Millie Miglia, minutes behind the winning Ferrari 340 America. In the face of severe storms, the excellence of its chassis and smooth power delivery allowed the B20 to close in on the leading Ferrari only to lose ground on the final high speed run back into Brescia. Even the original B10 sedan was noted for its performance and quickly began to be entered in rallies and other events. With its lighter weight, cleaner shape and sense of chic the B20 replaced the sedan as a sporting vehicle and became the favorite mount of many a moneyed sportsman. The Aurelia design hosted a number of special features from its hemispherical head and aluminum construction V-6 engine to its tra

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 93942 mi
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  • 1983 Lola 596C Sports Racer

    $59,500(£47,356.05)

    This car has arrived at Fantasy Junction Description not yet generated. 1983 Lola 596C Sports Racer s/n HU-16 Red with Yellow Livery Fantasy Junction team car. Multiple winner of SCCA Illigen Classic 4 hours, NASA 12 Hours, 12 Hours of the Cascades, among many other west coast endurance racing titles. Likely the most successful small bore sports racer in the country! Bahner tub with Universal Racing rear sub frame and front crush box. Low time on Drummond bridgeported 12A Mazda rotary power plant and Taylor Racing gearbox. Hewland Mk. 9 5-Speed transmission upgraded with Mk. 5 internals including big lay shaft. Transmission pump and cooler. Dry break fuel fillers and dual fuel cells totaling 24 gallon capacity. Tracer Racing stainless steel exhaust plus spares. Double adjustable Koni shocks, Fast Forward upgraded rear hubs, and full night lights set up. Stack electronic tachometer with Autometer warning lights, SCCA legal HANS updated roll hoop, and new safety belts, October 2010. Radio harness and hardwired AMB transponder. Enrormous spares package including One set of Compomotive wheels, one set of BBS wheels, both 7” fronts and 9”rears, spare nose and splitters, 20+ gearsets, bo

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1983
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  • 1962 Jaguar XKE Lightweight Conversion by Zealia Engineering

    $149,500(£118,987.05)

    1962 Jaguar XKE Lightweight Conversion by Zealia Engineering s/n 878631 Engine no. 7B641111-8 Silver with Dark Blue 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 semi-monocoque construction, 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. While widely regarded as one of the 1960s most elegant road cars, they proved to be immensely potent competition cars as well. In the Grand Touring class for production sports cars the E-Type proved competitive in-period right from the start, Graham Hill celebrating the mode

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 15214 mi
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  • 1955 Lancia B20GT Aurelia Series IV

    $229,500(£182,659.05)

    1955 Lancia B20GT Aurelia s/n B20-3419, MOT20*4127* Powder Blue with Grey Cloth Interior Since their first offerings to the automotive public, Lancia has consistently designed and engineered some of the most technically advanced and beautiful racing and touring cars. This is certainly the case with this particularly remarkable Lancia B20 GT Aurelia - truly a Gran Tourismo car in every respect, boasting impeccable provenance, superb restoration, and highly respected ownership. The Aurelia design hosted a number of special features including a hemispherical head, aluminum V-6 engine with rear transaxle, offering excellent weight distribution and vastly improved handling. With the all-new unibody construction, the compact V-6 engine combined with the dynamic chassis, suspension and power resulted in a truly modern car. The Lancia B20 was an innovation in GT cars, literally inventing the term with this car as the very embodiment of Gran Tourismo. B20s evolved with multiple improvements in drive train and suspension until the recognized peak of refinement was achieved with this car. The Series IV is perhaps the best of the B-20's six series, combining excellent power to weight ratio via

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 61390 mi
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  • 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello

    $169,500(£134,905.05)

    1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello VIN: ZFFZR49A3W0113144 Black with Black Leather Introduced as the flagship of the Ferrari line in 1996, the Maranello replaced a long line of mid-engine cars that began with the Berlinetta Boxer and advanced to the Testarossa. Designed to capture the glory days of Ferrari’s legendary front-engine sports cars (most notably the 275GTG and 365 GTB/Daytona), the Maranello arrived to the eager public who welcomed it as a universally beautiful car. The Pininfarina styling evoked all the grace and muscularity of the legendary Ferraris without becoming overstated. The clean and beautifully proportioned body draped over the 485 hp V12 engine and 6-speed transaxle created a delightful harmony of power and grace. This particular Maranello is a low mile black on black example which is current on its major belt service, having had a full service and more in December of 2014 by F&M MotorSport (Los Angeles, California) less than 500 miles ago (at 13,648 miles). It is complete with books, tools, records, and is fitted with a Tubi exhaust system, which allows just a bit more performance from the already potent engine while delivering wonderful V12 sounds. This three-owner

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1998
    • Mileage: 13919 mi
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  • 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

    $149,500(£118,987.05)

    1988 Ferrari Testarossa VIN ZFFSG17A6J0077712 White with all Black Leather Interior Upon its introduction in late 1984, the Testarossa stunned the world with its avant garde styling. Long, low, and wide, the Testarossa appeared even more so thanks to the extensive use of horizontal slatting, a feature that would be replicated both on other Ferraris and on many other lesser cars. Yet beneath these striking features was a surprisingly organic and handsome form that remains as arresting today as it was twenty years ago. Motivated by a new four valve version of Ferrari’s horizontally opposed twelve cylinder engine that made 390hp, the car was quick and made fantastic noises, but was also very plush with leather almost everywhere, including on the rear shelf, headliner, and visors. The trunk is reasonably sized and the car very comfortable and easy to drive, making it an ideal way to cover long distances at high speeds in comfort. Many Testarossa owners use them regularly and there are many owners with cars having covered over 125,000 miles, and even an example with over 200,000 miles! Sold new to Mr. Lawrence Hazlewood of La Jolla, California on May 22nd of 1988, then sold onward to it

    Last update: 23 Days Old
    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 4370 mi
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  • 2014 Tesla Model S P85D

    $99,500(£79,192.05)

    2014 Tesla Model S P85D VIN: 5YJSA1H25EFP63805 Multi-Coat Red with Tan Leather First launched in 2012, the Tesla Model S would become the best selling plug in electric car only three years later. Company co-founder Elon Musk has forever changed both the cars we drive and the automotive industry offering a wide range of features and options making conventional cars appear out of date even while on the showroom floor. While many skeptics have dismissed Tesla as a “fad car”, with over 150,000 units sold, three models added to the line up, and viral videos displaying phenomenal performance prowess, the Tesla Model S has secured its place in history delivering a highly refined automobile offering luxury and performance features at very high standards. This particular 2014 example (manufactured December 2014) has covered only 20,000 miles and is the highly desirable Model S P85D (Performance model, D-for Dual Motor) rated at 619 hp, the maximum power ranges from 504-691 under computer control with torque of up to 687lb/ft. The extraordinary power and instantaneous torque is engaged via a dual motor driveline with a touch-pad tap to “insane” mode. Never has a more appropriate mode been as

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    • Year: 2014
    • Mileage: 20406 mi
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  • 1951 Simca 8 Sport Convertible

    $68,500(£54,519.15)

    1951 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet Coachwork by Pininfarina, Carosserie no. 889318 s/n 887998, Engine no. 226898 Dark Red with Ivory Leather The Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet has its genesis in the Cisitalia 202, designed by Pininfarina in 1947 then beautifully adapted by Giovanni Michelotti on the Fiat 1100 S chassis. First presented at the 1948 Paris Motor Show, the convertible Simca 8 caused a sensation. From a modern perspective, it is difficult to understand how unusual this compact, low-slung cabriolet was for the time. While Simca was valued for its performance, durability and economy, it was the stunning Pininfarina coachwork that wowed Paris Motor Show attendants. Giovanni Michelotti, entrusted with the adaptation of the Cisitalia to the proportions of the Fiat 1100 S frame, worked wonders proportioning the final design. By 1949, the “Sport” model emerged with a slight increase in horsepower and engine displacement. The well-received coupe and convertible production was hand-crafted in aluminum by Facel Metallon in an effort to meet demand for this high priced offering. The Simca 8 Sport distinguished itself in competition with notable wins. Amédée Gordini’s team triumphed in long dis

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    • Year: 1951
    • Mileage: 422 mi
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  • 1979 Porsche 930 Turbo

    $89,500(£71,233.05)

    1979 Porsche 930 Turbo s/n 9309800323, engine no. 6891118 Salmon Metallic 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 elemental

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    • Year: 1979
    • Mileage: 103341 mi
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  • 1973 Porsche 911T Coupe RS Upgrades

    $79,500(£63,274.05)

    1973 Porsche 911T Coupe RS upgrades s/n 91131oo869, engine no. *6131307* Yellow with Black Interior When the 911 first appeared on American soil, it did not take long for these potent and beautiful cars to become the standard for excellence in affordable sports cars. Their unparalleled drivability, ease of use, and simple elegance defied former “fussy” sports car paradigms. Their functional looks, purposeful interiors and road going agility led to a fanatical following, one that thrives today particularly among enthusiast collectors. For many years, 911s remained excellent used cars, but finding genuine uncompromised examples has become challenging. Early 1973 911Ts sold in the United States featured the MFI (mechanical fuel injection) coupled with the stout 2.4 liter engine. Most early 911s have appreciated in recent years and the late cars (1972 and 1973), are considered the ultimate development of the 'long hood' 911. This is an early 1973 model originally equipped with MFI (currently now running Webers). The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity indicates that this car was originally delivered in Light Yellow/62 with Black Leatherette/11, to a US buyer with US equipment, Option G

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    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 40573 mi
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  • 1966 Shelby GT350

    $365,000(£290,503.50)

    1966 Shelby American GT350 s/n SFM 6S342 White with Black Interior Nothing says American performance like Carroll Shelby. With his legendary Cobra, LeMans winning bravado, and Texas homespun charm, Ford knew they could count on ol’ Shel to deliver a genuinely high performance race ready variant of the already successful Mustang. The production GT350 was fast, loud and exhilarating to drive, a uniquely brawny American GT that was a match for almost any other machine on the road. But the production GT350 was a carefully planned compromise, a streetable allowance toward the car Shelby intended to race – the GT350R, the “R” signifying its racing specification. The production GT350 suspension, steering and brakes were already outfitted for SCCA competition, but the R-model’s K-code 289 powerplant needed work. R-model engines were built to order, using blueprinting, heads ported and polished by Valley Head Service, Tri-Y headers by Cyclone, a center-pivot-float Holley 715 CFM carburetor on a Cobra intake and flow-through side-exit exhaust. Outputs ranged from 325 to 360 horsepower on the Shelby dynamometer. Differential and engine oil coolers were added, the latter necessitating the dist

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    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 57964 mi
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