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  • 1960 Porsche 356B T-5 Cabriolet

    $179,500(£146,705.35)

    1960 Porsche 356B T-5 Cabriolet s/n 152891, Engine no. 601375 Radium Green Metallic with Green Leather Interior For more than half a century, enthusiasts and collectors have continuously sought after the iconic and agile Porsche 356. Initially brought to market as an update of the “A” model in 1959, the “B” series cars offered refinements and improvements to the already capable rear engine sports car. Thoughtfully designed and sporty, the 356 B offered customers the high quality, value, reliability, and mechanical robustness that Porsche would become so well known for in the coming decades. This particular cabriolet is an early production T-5 356 (production build 12/22/1959) thus featuring the desirable “A” series curved hood line contour rarely seen on the B series cars. Noted marque expert Bill King comprehensively restored this car to be his personal car for both show and driving enjoyment. Bill is known for having owned and restored multiple Porsches throughout his career including award winning Speedsters and Roadsters. The restoration was photographically documented (photos included with the file on the car) and completed to a high standard with the original engine and gearb

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    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 68924 mi
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  • 1958 Porsche 356 A Coupe with Sunroof

    $134,500(£109,926.85)

    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

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    • Year: 1958
    • Mileage: 9974 mi
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  • 1969 Lotus Elan S4 Roadster

    $49,500(£40,456.35)

    1969 Lotus Elan S4 Roadster s/n L69459515 Norfolk Mustard with Black Leather The Lotus Elan first appeared in October 1962 at the British International Motor Show at Earls Court. Jaguar had launched the E-Type the previous year, AC was offering the Cobra, and Ferrari the GTO. Against these big, powerful, and expensive machines, the lightweight and nimble Elan offered something very different, and typically Lotus: ultra modern, simplistic in design, and tremendous fun. Lotus packed the Elan with innovative technical features including a fiberglass body draped over the first backbone chassis of any road car and four-wheel independent suspension. Lotus would later revolutionize racing with their monocoque 25, further enhancing Lotus’ racing lineage. The 1500 lbs (670kg) Elan powered by the new Lotus Twin Cam engine delivered over 100 horsepower, providing endless entertainment for drivers of this featherweight roadster. The new Elan offered a clean body design with balanced proportions, hideaway headlights, and a beguilingly low profile. Customers swarmed for the reasonably priced Elan, proving to be a welcome replacement to the fragile, expensive-to-build Elite, becoming Lotus’s bigg

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    • Year: 1969
    • Mileage: 49908 mi
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  • 1951 Simca 8 Sport Convertible

    $85,000(£69,470.50)

    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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  • 1955 Abarth 207/A

    $275,000(£224,757.50)

    1955 Abarth 207/A s/n 001, Engine no. 103P.000 1549681 White and Red with Red Interior Carlo Abarth: energetic and adventurous, five-time European motorcycle racing champion, a key participant in Cisitalia, and founder of Abarth, his legacy remains as one of the most innovative independent sports car designers of the post war era. In the 1950’s, “Abarth & Co.” was celebrated for their hand-built, coachbuilt cars, passionately prepared and displayed as a means of promoting their line of performance accessories. Italian car manufacturers Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia, along with Ferrari, Maserati, even Porsche frequently added Abarth equipment to improve performance and bolster exclusivity. The earliest “Abarth” cars (1949) continued to bear the Cisitalia badge with “Squadra Abarth” markings on the sides of the body. However, by 1950, the totally new 205 chassis arrived, ushering in the Abarth lineage. Two cars were initially delivered, with two more to follow as interest grew. The first finished car appeared March 1950 at the Giro di Sicilia, followed by the second shortly thereafter. In April 1950, both cars raced in the Mille Miglia with the first car featuring distinctive aerodynam

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    • Year: 1955
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  • 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750 Veloce Spec

    $79,500(£64,975.35)

    1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750 Veloce Spec s/n AR1495F*06223*, engine no. AR1315*45126* White with Red Leather Alfa Romeo, the Italian giant of automobile manufacturing was not always a prolific producer of great sports cars. Prior to the Giulia and Giulietta, Alfa cars were largely handmade using detailed labor and complex fabrication. All that changed when these two new cars entered the market with relatively low entry costs, securing a highly desirable post WW2 position with the public. The Giulia and Giulietta were small, sporty, and charming, yet finely trimmed, giving an air of sophistication that young men and women appreciated during the post-war boom years. Both cars enjoyed success, with strong sales in Europe and America . Among the most desired of these cars is the Giulietta Veloce. The Veloce featured a twin cam 1300cc in-line four cylinder engine, twin Weber carburetors, higher compression ratio, and spirited cam profiles, resulting in improved overall performance. This particular example has been converted to Veloce specification to include twin-Weber carburetors, the correct cast aluminium cold air box, and a 1400cc kit. Much more information to follow in the

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    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 72481 mi
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  • 1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.25 Roadster

    $119,500(£97,667.35)

    1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.25 s/n 1E15006 engine no. 7E12635-9 Black with Red Interior In March 1961, Jaguar unveiled the E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. Those fortunate enough to attend realized instantly that everything in the sports car world was about to change. Stunning design, unrivaled performance, and race-bred lineage all contributed to the E-Type rapidly became an immediate sensation. With its state of the art beauty 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 allowed them to transfer very progressive features to their new car, including independent front and rear suspension, disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and of course Jaguar’s legendary twin-cam inline-6. Sales were brisk and thus continuous development evolved with the addition of 4.2 liter engine and fully synchronized gearboxes for 1965. Later cars, particularly in the United States, had safety and emissions equipment that negatively influenced both performance and aesthetics, so these Series I 4.2 liter cars are widely considered to be among the

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    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 38151 mi
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  • 1968 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

    $100,000(£81,730)

    1968 Jaguar E-Type Roadster s/n 1E17848 engine no 7E17446-9 Dark Blue with Grey Leather Interior 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 cars were one year only, which started to incorporate the safety and emissions equipment required by the DOT, although they retained the delicate bu

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    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 35342 mi
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  • 1929 Bugatti Type 40 Roadster

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    1929 Bugatti Type 40 Jean Bugatti Roadster s/n 40845, engine no. 769 Two Tone Red and Black with Black Leather Interior Built in the heyday of Bugatti’s illustrious Grand Prix successes, the Type 40 was among the company’s smallest offerings, but incorporated many of the same innovations that distinguished the company’s cars both on and off the track. The engine was virtually identically to that of the Type 37 Grand Prix car, a single overhead camshaft inline four with three valves per cylinder. A 4-speed gearbox transmitted power to the rear wheels. A total of 775 examples were built, of which just 42 wore the most sporting and beautiful “Jean Bugatti Roadster” bodywork, itself adapted from the stunning open bodywork he had designed for the eight-cylinder Type 43A. Of the 42 Type 40s built with this bodywork, just 13 survive today, and this is an exceptionally original example that retains its original body, frame, engine, and gearbox. Jean Bugatti personally kept the first Type 40 with this bodywork, finished in the same color that this car wears: two tone black and red. Originally ordered by Bugatti’s Paris agent, Larrousé, this chassis was completed in January of 1930 and the b

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    • Year: 1929
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  • 1962 Porsche 356B T-6 Super Cabriolet

    $119,500(£97,667.35)

    1962 Porsche 356B T-6 Super Cabriolet s/n 155656, Engine no. P*700126* Red with Black Interior Iconic in both shape and performance, the lightweight and agile 356 series Porsches have been continuously sought after by enthusiasts and collectors. Initially brought to market as an update of the “A” model in 1959, the “B” series cars continued improvement with the T6 receiving upgraded features, most notably, a larger trunk opening, external fuel filler, and twin grille rear deck lid. Thoughtfully designed, the 356 B offered customers the high quality, value, reliability, and mechanical robustness familiar to Porsche enthusiasts. This particular cabriolet is a rare late production T-6 bodied Super. The long-term, single-family ownership has preserved the integrity of the mechanical systems while dry climate location (since new) has allowed this driver quality example to remain solid throughout many of years enjoyable ownership. Originally purchased by the family uncle and residing in Oregon, the car was sold to the father of the current owner in 1980. The father passed away recently, with the son receiving the car now offering it for sale. The overall paint is generally nice and has u

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    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 56621 mi
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  • 1980 BMW M1

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    1980 BMW M1 s/n WBS4301006 Inka Orange with Black Interior BMW’s M1 is a fascinating and unique car from a period during which the supercar was just coming into its own. The word was originally created for the Miura ten years earlier, and other cars that fit the model were emerging, including the Countach, Boxer, and Bora. The M1 was the first German car of this type, and as it has turned out, BMW’s only such car to date. Developed jointly with Lamborghini, the car is still very much a German car: it is usable, practical, comfortable, and durable. The heart of the car is the M88 engine, which has an exciting and very racy specification that included dual overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, one throttle body per cylinder, tubular headers, and dry sump lubrication. The engine was intended for racing, and indeed, the competition version of the M1 was raced extensively in the Procar series, a 1-make series in which drivers from Formula 1, the World Sports Car Championship, and European Touring Car Championship all competed against one another. The races were typically run as support races for F1 events, and Nikki Lauda won the championship in the inaugural year of 1979. Ultim

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    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 21322 mi
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  • 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello

    $185,000(£151,200.50)

    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

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    • Year: 1998
    • Mileage: 13919 mi
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  • 1960 Lancia Flaminia Superleggera Coupe by Touring

    $85,000(£69,470.50)

    1960 Lancia Flaminia Coupe by Touring s/n 824.00-1507 engine no. 82300*3308* Carrozzeria No. 8422 Anthracite with Red Interior As the flagship of the Lancia line, the Flaminia exemplifies everything Lancia hoped to achieve as they emerged from the war, building some of the most stunning automobiles. The beautiful design, impeccable craftsmanship, and superlative performance all combined to deliver one of the most rewarding ownership experiences to young and vibrant enthusiasts of the period. The elegant, durable, and lightweight Touring Superleggera Flaminia body was offered with some of the most sophisticated engineering features of the day, including standard Disc brakes all around (located inboard at the rear), an all-aluminum 2.5 liter V6 engine (one of the first of its kind), and de Dion rear suspension, coupled with a fully synchronized rear-mounted transaxle. All of this world-class engineering did not come cheap, but Lancia did not stop there. The engines were equipped with external oil coolers and a very clever aid to water cooling; thermostatically actuated mechanical louvers, shielding the radiator. The Flaminia was available in coupe, convertible, or sedan configuration

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    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 52885 mi
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  • 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster

    $159,500(£130,359.35)

    1989 Porsche Speedster VIN WPOEB0911KS173612, engine no. 64K06232 Guards Red with Tan Leather In 1989 Porsche assembled the final iteration of the G-Series torsion-bar based 911 chassis – the Speedster. Designed and developed as a heritage statement with reverence to the original Speedster, the 1989 version was in production for only six months with just 2,104 being built and only 823 delivered with US specifications. Since the original release almost thirty years ago, the 1989 Speedster has become nearly as iconic as the 356 version. As the last of the venerable 911, these were truly pared down to the simplicity and purity of the original Speedsters. There was no power steering, no ABS, and only one computer in the car, the ECU for the 3.2 liter flat six. All cars were outfitted with the highly desirable G50 5-speed transaxle, which featured improved durability, better synchromesh, and a hydraulic clutch. The body design was further refined, most prominently featuring a lower profile windscreen (cut three inches shorter), which was also raked back five more degrees. The convertible top was a single layer of material intended for temporary use only, and when raised gave the car a h

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    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 32044 mi
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  • 1973 Porsche 911 T Targa

    $72,500(£59,254.25)

    1973 Porsche 911 T Targa s/n 9113112225, engine no. * 6135823 * Silver metallic with Black leather The Porsche 911 combines classic looks with superb road manners and drivability, particularly when compared with other cars of the same vintage. Early 911s have become more and more sought after in recent years, and rightly so. The first 911 arrived in the US in 1965. Agile and capable sports cars, the 911 series lacked a critical feature for the American market – the convertible body. Efforts were made to build a convertible 911 but roll-over protection was deemed a critical part of meeting safety standards by the Porsche team who worried that the US would no longer approve fully open cars for road use. Thus entered the “Targa” design. Allowing open-air motoring while retaining body rigidity and safety, the 911 Targa became a hit with US buyers, arriving in 1967 and selling quite well in the model lineup. By 1973, the Porsche 911 Targa was the pinnacle open top sports car of its era. These late series cars (1972 and 1973) are fitted with 2.4 liter engines, and remain the ultimate development of the 'long hood' 911. After 1973, the 911 faced heavy emissions restrictions and requiremen

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    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 27732 mi
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  • 1973 Porsche 911T Coupe RS Upgrades

    $79,500(£64,975.35)

    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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  • 1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Coupe

    $84,500(£69,061.85)

    1957 Jaguar XK140 MC Coupe s/n S815890, engine no. G9416-8S White with Red Leather Interior The Jaguar XK series cars are among the most recognized and appreciated classic sports cars of the 1950’s. These innovative, beautiful, and capable performance cars not only set a high standard in racing, they built Jaguar into a formidable manufacturer of fine touring cars. The first of the series, the XK120 launched with an all-new twin-cam inline-6 cylinder engine, capable of 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. As before, the coupe, drophead coupe, and roadster versions were available. Jaguar offered a range of performance options including the SE model, which could include the competition-derived “C-Type” cylinder head, designated as the “MC”. The SE (Special Equipment), came with wire wheels, dual exhaust, fog lamps, and larger carburetors, all of which resulted in 20 more horsepower. This particular car is a matching numbers genuine XK140 MC Coupe, built 6 November 1956

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    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 50575 mi
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  • 1979 Porsche 930 Turbo

    $89,500(£73,148.35)

    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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  • 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka

    $245,000(£200,238.50)

    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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  • 1947 Chrysler New Yorker Town and Country Convertible

    $74,500(£60,888.85)

    1947 Chryslser Town & Country New Yorker Convertible s/n 7402135 Body no. 3154 Burgundy with Dark Red and Tan Interior In an age of hand-crafted beauty, excellence, and pride, Chrysler built some of the most elegant and affordable luxury cars. For those seeking a car to enhance their sophisticated country lifestyle, nothing could complete with the combination of presence and adventure like the Town & Country. The tradition of exposed woodwork has been a part of automotive coachwork dating back to the earliest automobile designs. The first automobiles were hand built with wood frames and stretched materials over wooden framework. Over time, as steel production stampings improved and hydraulic presses allowed for mass production, wood became more of a decorative treatment. But in the late 1940’s, wood still offered a mass manufacturer a way to extend model variety using minimal tooling and artisanal hand labor. For wagons, coupes, and convertibles, using wood as decorative structure was both financially viable and market-savvy. Chrysler introduced the Town & Country in 1941 as a wood-bodied, barrel-back sedan. Offered within their Royal line, featuring the in-line eight-cylinder came

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    • Year: 1947
    • Mileage: 85746 mi
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  • 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432

    $189,500(£154,878.35)

    1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432 s/n PS30-00166, Engine no. S20001020 Tangerine with Black Interior Unmistakable body design, superb performance, and dedicated enthusiasts following, the Datsun 240Z has become a legendary sports car. Now approaching 50 years since the development of the car that would change the face of Datsun/Nissan in America, restored 240Zs are becoming more and more sought after, commanding the attention like never before. Among the dedicated following however, is the holy grail of the 240Z lineage; the near mystical Fairlady Z432. In the late 1960s, Nissan began development of a sports car to replace the aging Datsun 1600 and 2000. Yutaka Katayama (“Mr. K”), the president of Nissan Motor Corporation in the U.S., hired designer Albrecht von Goertz (who previously designed the BMW 507) to consult on the project. Goertz and the Nissan styling staff would develop the initial design, while Yamaha engineered the drivetrain and built the prototype. Nissan and Yamaha, unable to come to terms, shelved the project. Unwilling to let the project sit, Nissan continued with in-house development. Chief Designer Yoshihiko Matsuo, and Assistant Designer Akio Yoshido and their team,

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    • Year: 1970
    • Mileage: 95190 mi
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  • 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT Series IV

    $185,000(£151,200.50)

    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

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    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 93942 mi
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  • 1954 Swallow Doretti

    $185,000(£151,200.50)

    1954 Swallow Doretti s/n 1020, Engine no. S14815E Blue with Biscuit Leather The Swallow Doretti was designed and produced by the Swallow Side Car Company, founded by William Walmsley and William Lyons in 1922. In 1933 the automobile portion of the company became S.S. Cars Limited, later to evolve into Jaguar Cars Limited. In 1952, the parent company, Tube Investments, experiencing growth as an automotive parts supplier, determined that Swallow Coachbuilding could meet the growing American market demand for a new sports car. Interest was expanding in the UK as well, as seen in the early success of the Austin Healey and the Triumph TR-2. Based around a tubular Reynolds 531 Cromolly ladder chassis, the Doretti design featured a handsome Italian-influenced aluminum body with a large Ferrari-style front grill, sweeping front fenders and gently bobbed, distinctly British rear end. The name Doretti was inspired by American sales distributors Dorothy Dean and Arthur Anderson or Cal Sales Inc., where the Dorettis were first distributed. The Italian sounding name, was thought to assist in the marketing of these sporting new convertibles. When first released, performance proved to be quite br

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    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 9585 mi
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  • 1972 Ferrari 246 GT Dino

    $289,500(£236,608.35)

    1972 Ferrari 246 Dino GT s/n 03120 Rosso Corsa with Black Interior Designed by the legendary Leonardo Fioravanti, responsible for some of the greatest Ferrari designs while at Pininfarina, the original 206 Dino GT was a delightful shape, full of 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 spawn this new brand and thus establish Ferrari as a world car leader. Shortly after release, the 206 advanced to the 246 as public demand for more power increased production output for this excellent handling mid-engine car. Stamped in steel using higher volume practices at Pininfarina, 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. A total of 2,295 246 Dino GTs were built. Of these, th

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    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 83198 mi
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  • 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing

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    1955 Mercedes Benz
300SL "Gullwing" Chassis No. 300SL/198.040-5500354
 Engine No. 198.980.5500331
 Exterior Paint: DB180 Silver Metallic
 Interior color: Red Leather
 Commission No. 668 031
 Body No. 198.040.5500340
 Gearbox No. 5500377
 Rear Axle No. 5500412
 Final Drive Ratio 3.64:1
 Left Front Axle No. 5500335
 Right Front Axle No. 5500335
 Steering box No. 5500372
 Completed May 31st, 1955
Shipped June 2nd, 1955
Shipping Method Ocean Vessel, Port of Los Angeles, California, USA
 Invoiced To: Mercedes Benz Distributors Incorporated, North America. Selling Agent Mercedes Benz, Los Angeles 
 The Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing is one of only a few iconic vehicles that has sustained cultural, artistic, and performance importance for over six decades. Originally released in 1954 with production culminating in 1957, 1,400 cars were produced and delivered to a worldwide audience eager to own one of the finest road-going sports cars ever assembled for public use. The automotive press heralded the 300SL as a triumph of engineering and design. Delivered with production fuel-injection (first of it’s kind), and achieving the world's fastest top speed, the 300 SL (S-Sport, L-Light) confirmed M

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    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 7782 mi
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  • 1958 Jaguar XK150 3.4 S Roadster

    $225,000(£183,892.50)

    1958 Jaguar XK150S Roadster Chassis No. T831825DN Engine No. VS1681-9 Cream with Red Interior With its sensuous, wind-cheating body, dual overhead cam engine, and 4 speed manual gearbox and overdrive, the Jaguar XK150 became the final evolution of the much-lauded XK 120 and 140 models. The XK150 incorporated a more blended front fender, smoother body surfacing, and the windscreen moved back to allow for a larger hood. The highly desirable “S” roadster featured a smooth, one-piece windscreen void of any side vent glass and accented by beautiful chrome trimmed side glass. This sweeping trim line blended into the windscreen, creating a tidy upper body that could be quickly converted into a roadster simply by rolling down the windows and stowing the top. A small interior cover elegantly capped the rear deck. The exterior was further devoid of side mirrors, fog lamps, an antenna, or hood mascot – adorned only by two delicate chrome “S” emblems along the upper leading edge of each door. Fewer than 900 XK150S left hand drive examples were built. The 150S offered a significant performance advantage over the base model with its three 2 inch SU carburetors, straight-port head, upgraded camsh

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    • Year: 1958
    • Mileage: 2630 mi
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  • 1955 Lancia B20GT Aurelia Series IV

    $229,500(£187,570.35)

    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

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    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 61390 mi
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  • 1966 Shelby GT350

    $365,000(£298,314.50)

    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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  • 1963 Ferrari 250 GT/Lusso

    $7,500(£6,129.75)

    1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso s/n 4635GT, engine no. 4635GT Grigio Argento Italver with Red Interior The last and best of the Ferrari 250 road cars, the 250 Lusso is also widely agreed to be among the most beautiful classic Ferraris. While its predecessor, the 250 PF, was restrained and elegant, the Lusso was dynamic and stunning. It was appreciably lower and wider, and the Kamm tail treatment at the rear modernized the aesthetic of the car considerably. Slotted between the larger and more luxurious 250 GTE 2+2 and the competition-oriented SWB, the Lusso split the difference, providing an athletic GT car with arresting visual presence with comparatively civilized cockpit and driving experience. Under the Pininfarina coachwork was Ferrari’s venerable and by this time fully developed 3.0 liter outside plug Colombo V12 engine, giving the Lusso the classic Ferrari ingredients. Disc brakes were fitted while aluminum deck lids and doors reduced weight somewhat. The interior was trimmed to high standards and featured a unique centrally mounted tachometer and speedometer, which are among the cars signature design elements. Production was relatively brief, from January of 1963 to August of 1964

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    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 3433 mi
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  • 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

    $149,500(£122,186.35)

    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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