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  • 1994 Porsche Carrera 4 Widebody

    $105,000(£82,120.50)

    1 of 267 Produced For North America Only 63,200 Miles From New Finished In Special Order Midnight Blue Metallic Complete With COA, Manuals, Tools, Jack, and Spare Details The Porsche 911 is easily considered one of the most coveted sports cars of all time. Its lengthy history extends over 50 years of production and to this day, the iconic design lines are still utilized. Throughout the 911’s long life, it has steadily evolved becoming more refined but still maintaining the essence of its roots. The air-cooled era spawned some of Porsche’s greatest creations and by 1989, they released what is referred to as the 964 series. The 964 was a milestone in the 911 lineage, as it saw a variety of technologies that were yet to be integrated as standard features in addition to having a new, reengineered chassis. In terms of major cosmetic changes, the 964 received redesigned front and rear bumpers for better aerodynamics and an electronic, self-deploying rear wing for added down force at high speeds. ABS and power steering were made a standard feature for the 964, as well as a 3.6L flat six that propelled the car to 60mph in 5.5 seconds. Porsche did not stop there because one could either cho

    Last update: 6 Days Old
    • Year: 1994
    For sale
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  • 1966 MG B

    $28,000(£21,898.80)

    Chassis # GHN3L96034 Engine # 18GBUH48066 Believed To Be 17,693 Miles From New Numbers Matching, Original Colors, & Overdrive Offered With BMIHT Certificate Complete With All Weather Gear Details MGs are often the cars to strike up conversation as so many people had one at some point in their lives. The reason, likely, is that compared to the other British sports cars that were available, the MG usually came out as the most inexpensive. However, these cars had a lot to offer and still do to this day. What is arguably viewed as the most nostalgic of the MGs, is the MG B. These cars supplied the driver with loads of fun at a fraction of the price of a Jaguar or Austin Healey 3000. Introduced in 1962, the MGB served as the successor to the MGA, sporting a completely new monocoque design with more powerful 1.8L engine and better options. The MGB was a well-balanced two-seater that was affordable for the masses to enjoy and cherish. The most collectible of the MGBs span from their creation in 1962 up to 1967 as these are the examples are considered the purest forms of the nimble roadster. Especially the 1965-1967 as they are the only years to combine the early exterior looks with a meta

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1966
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  • 1950 Chrysler Newport Town & Country

    $75,000(£58,657.50)

    Chassis # 7411576 Engine # C491824 A Fantastic & Iconic Chrysler Superb Original Condition Throughout Only 67,763 Original Miles From New Turn-Key Example Ready For Touring or the Show Circuit. Details The Chrysler Town & Country evokes the spirit of Americana starting in 1943 with lineage that extends well into a contemporary setting. It has taken many forms, adhering to the styling evolution of the times and the cars that bared the name. Ultimately, it was a success and in the early days these cars exemplified Chryslers commitment to quality and are true icons in many ways. The stage was set for these cars with the pre-war “Barrel Back” variants that are highly coveted today. With the war efforts converting Chrysler to its civic duty, these cars only returned in 1946 were the name-plate remained but a redesign offered an entirely new product. During this time (1946-1949) Chrysler offered a 2-door convertible variant as well as a 4-door sedan. The two door variant, known as the “Newport” named after the wealthy Newport, Rhode Island community was a 2-door pillarless coupe with “Clearbac” rear window (Chrysler’s term for a partitionless rear window). It was also the last year for t

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1950
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  • 1936 Morgan 4/4

    $85,000(£66,478.50)

    Chassis # 096 Engine # N/A One of The Earliest Known Pre-War Morgan 4/4's Detailed History File Back to The 1940's Offered With Full Weather Gear Excellent Restoration & Highly Correct Details The process, the craftsmanship, the factory they are built in have all remained the same since their genesis in 1936. 80 years later these cars are still in production, making them on of the longest running production cars to date. The nostalgic Morgan 4/4 was the British car manufacturer’s first road car that utilized a 4-wheel platform. In past years, Morgan was known for their 3-wheelers that boasted a unique tri-wheel design of which they had great success with. However, due to changes in tax regulations, it made vehicles powered by motorbike engines more expensive to run. This, amongst other factors, encouraged Morgan to build a proper automobile which spawned the creation of the 4/4 which designates its 4-cylinder, 4-wheel set up. It utilized Morgan’s signature steel chassis and wooden frame which they diligently fit and cater to each example the rolls off the production line. The 4/4 was one of the ultimate open two seater sports cars to have at the time and is still adored to this day

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1936
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  • 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390 Convertible

    $110,000(£86,031)

    Chassis # 194677S101010 Engine # T0909IL 7101010 427ci V-8, producing 390hp Desirable Four-Speed Manual Transmission Power Steering, Brakes, and Windows Frame-Off Restoration Completed in 2000 Leather Seats, Side-Exhaust, and AM/FM Radio Serviced and Driven Sparingly Since Restoration Details Complete description coming soon. Amco Motor Sales doing business as LBI Limited Share this: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Like this: Like Loading... Inquire Here Vehicle Name* Your Name* Phone* Your Email* Your Message Add me to the Email Listings * Required Fields

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
    For sale
  • 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

    $425,000(£332,392.50)

    Chassis # 14419 Engine # 00008 Documented by Marcel Massini Ferrari Classiche Certification Pending Delivered New To Sergio Pininfarina The 6th GTC/4 Produced & PF Press/Demo Car Complete With Books, Tools, Jack & Spare $130,000+ Mechanical Restoration Just Completed by Fast Cars Ltd. Details The relationship between Sergio Pininfarina and Enzo Ferrari is one that continues to be filled with a charismatic synergy to create, like two artists, the form and function that we know today as the Ferrari. This seemingly eternal relationship started in 1951 and over 200 designs later has no end in sight. Pininfarina is responsible for the silhouettes & style of the 250 GTO, 275, 246 Dino, and even contemporary concept creations such as the P4/5. In short, Pininfarina is an essential part of not only coach building history, but also Ferrari’s history. There is one very notable point in this 65-year history that highlights the example on offer, specifically. The 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4, Chassis # 14419 is likely the most important example of the model to be offered to the public in recent years. According to the accompanying Massini Report, Chassis # 14419 was the 6 th off the line and was ord

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1971
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  • 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII

    $65,000(£50,836.50)

    Chassis # HBJ8L34367 Engine # 29KRUH9012 A Well Kept Older Restoration Recently Serviced & Sorted Offered With BMIHT Certificate Original Colors & Numbers Matching Details Hailed as one of Britain’s most famous sports cars, the Austin Healey has long deserved the recognition it gets today as an upstanding collector car. These little sports cars incorporate all of the right elements to bring back a real understanding of what fun was like behind the wheel in the 1960’s. If it were not for Austin Healey’s demise in 1968, there would certainly be a rather interesting contribution to today’s contemporary sports cars. Since this is not the case, today we are left with just under 43,000 units produced in total between 1959-1967. Perhaps the most sought after, desired, refined, and best variants is the MK III or BJ8 as they are commonly referred to. These last production examples offered roll-up windows, weather tight and easy to use top, heater, front disc brakes and a finely crafted wood dash and other little accouterments that make a car so user friendly and enjoyable. As such, they remain at the top of the list for any serious sports car collector or enthusiast looking to rekindle thei

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1967
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  • 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII

    $75,000(£58,657.50)

    Chassis # HBT7L18337 Engine # 29ERUH4545 Restored by Marque Specialist Fourintune Very Well Documented & Cared For Complete With All Weather Gear A Desirable Event Ready Tri-Carb Big Healey Details Austin Healey is one of the big names in British motoring history with Donald Healey and his beloved Big Healey’s winning over enthusiast across the world. It all started with the spirited 100-4’s and evolved into the much more powerful 3000 with three variants put into production ranging from the MKI to the MKIII but what we are concerned with is the middle model, the MKII. It appears quite similar to its predecessor, the MKI, but is equipped with several refinements such as three SU HS4 carburetors, different valve springs, and upgraded camshaft. They were offered in one of two platforms, a two seater roadster or 4-place open format. To this day, these concise, nimble roadsters are adored by enthusiasts for their performance, classic look, and nostalgia. Being that these cars are so pleasantly usable, they were regularly enjoyed by their owners over the years resulting in seeking out good examples increasingly more difficult but not impossible. This brings us to the example on offer. N

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1962
    For sale