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  • 1965 Ford Mustang

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    Last update: 8 Days Old
    • Year: 1965
    For sale
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  • 2014 BMW i8

    $99,900(£77,592.33)

    The rapid pace of growth both in computerization, construction materials and construction techniques has spurred an arms race to develop the most innovative and sophisticated cars the world has ever seen. Almost all automobile manufactures have developed their own flagship models to demonstrate their abilities. BMW’s has fired its own salvo into this sphere, and the result is the spectacular i8. Utilizing the philosophy of "Efficient Dynamics" BMW produced a sports car for today’s more progressive and green minded driving enthusiast: the 2014 BMW i8. Its carbon fiber and aluminum shell houses a hybrid mid-mounted turbocharged gasoline engine mated to an electric drive system that delivers 357 horsepower while offering either plug-in or on board charging. The innovations don’t stop with its hybrid drive system. The car also employs a number of noise-attenuation measures aimed at keeping wind-noise and road-noise levels to a minimum. The result is an eerily-quiet cabin at all speeds. Full computerization is, of course, standard, as it the harman/kardon sound system. As would be expected, the interior features futuristic styling, and is made of the finest leathers and carbon fiber; cu

    Last update: 18 Days Old
    • Year: 2014
    • Mileage: 1600 mi
    For sale
  • 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Pace Car

    $125,900(£97,786.53)

    The Chevrolet Camaro is the one of the most iconic cars of the 1960’s. Production began in 1967 and the cars were offered with a myriad of options from six cylinder engines to monster big blocks. These cars helped define the muscle car era. Nothing did this better then the “big block” Camaros!! The car on offer here is one of the rarest of all Camaro variants. It is 1967 Camaro Pace Car convertible. One of only 43 “Festival” cars that were actually used in Indianapolis during the month leading up to the race. According to the experts, there were only 100 of these cars produced; 88 327 CID “small block” cars 5 396 “Big Block” automatic transmission cars 7 396 “Big Block” 4-speed manual transmission cars This car has a numbers matching, date code correct, engine and transmission and has undergone a fully documented rotisserie restoration and remains in wonderful condition. VIN 124677N213442 TRIM TAG: O4D R 67-12667 NOR113360 BODY 732-Z C-1 PAINT “ “ 2LGS 3L 4N -061A TRIM TAG DECODING: 04D (April, 4th week Build date) 732-Z (Bright Blue Interior, Z= bucket seats) W (tinted windshield) 2LGS (group 2, L= 4-speed, G=Console, S=rear antenna) 3L (group 3, L=Rally Sport) 4N (group 4, N=396/

    Last update: 22 Days Old
    • Year: 1967
    For sale
  • 1993 Porsche RS America

    $109,900(£85,359.33)

    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present this stunning 1993 Porsche 911 RS America. Between 1993 and 1994 Porsche only produced 701 of these cars for the US market; this makes the RS among the rarest of all 911 variants. Finished in Black over Black cloth, this RS is one of the most desirable of the limited production 911’s. This car has been enthusiast owned and maintained, and with only 54,910 miles on the clock she has clearly been babied her entire life. She came from the factory with all 4 available options, optioned with Limited Slip, Factory Sunroof, Air Conditioning and Radio. The exterior paint is near showroom; the paint shines with great depth and a luster. The interior is in excellent condition as well. The engine compartment belies the mileage of the car as it is in near showroom condition. The mechanicals are excellent and all systems work as they should. Her original 3.6 liter flat-6 engine gives great power and the transmission shifts with authority. The car has an FVB Brombacher muffler, but the original comes with the car. She runs a Bilstein PSS-10 suspension kit installed just last year; the original shocks come with the car. She has her original window stick

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1993
    • Mileage: 55000 mi
    For sale
  • 1928 Ford T Bucket

    POA

    Hot Rods are a uniquely American institution; this style of car, having been with us since the end of world war II. The idea of shoehorning a HUGE american V8 engined into a small ford chassis has been with us for generations. A culture has grown around these cars, and when you drive one, you are absolutely screaming “AMERICA”!! The look and sound of these cars is amazing and offer instant celebrity status wherever you go. The car on offer here is a 1923 Ford Model T-"Bucket" roadster. The car is registered in Connecticut as a 1923 Ford. The car was fanatically built, and is well sorted. The body is fiberglass and the yellow paint is excellent. The motor is a Chevrolet 350 built with a Weiand 6-71 Blower and Edelbrock dual quad carburetors!! WOW! Backing this power plant is a smooth shifting Turbo Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic transmission. The power is fed to the ground via a Ford 9in Rear end and Posi Traction rear end. If this is your first exposure to the hot rod culture, the Positraction is a limited slip differential that allows the power to be better applied to the ground; Two wheel burnouts are a cinch!! This T-Bucket can be makes a great sound through the dual Jett coat

    Last update: 28 Days Old
    • Year: 1928
    For sale
  • 1984 Porsche 930

    $79,900(£62,058.33)

    This gorgeous Porsche 930 Turbo was modified in 2006 by the noted Porsche marque specialist, Morton Competition in Stamford, Connecticut. The car started as an original rust free 1 owner Black/Black 930 turbo with only 31000 miles. The original motor and transmission were modified and numerous upgrades were performed. The car has a 3.4 Andial custom-built turbo engine that makes over 400 hp on pump gas. The car was only adult driven about 13,000 miles since the modifications. The car is well sorted, stunningly fast and handles beautifully. The vent to atmosphere wastegate gives the car an amazing wail when the boost comes in. This is a streetcar. Expertly tuned, she idles well, is extremely tractable, runs cool and has cold A/C. The car feature the ultra rare Speedline For Porsche rims off of a 1994 3.6 liter turbo. The following modifications were made; Full Engine and transmission rebuild (Morton Competition, Stamford, CT) 3.4 Liter Andial Piston and Cylinder Kit Twin plug heads New Factory 930S Crank and Rods New Chain/Rail/Guides Factory 930 SE grind cam Updated valve springs 38mm Valves (VS . 32mm stock) New upgraded 993 style head studs Twin Plug Electromotive Crank Fired Ign

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1984
    • Mileage: 44000 mi
    For sale
  • 1985 Aston Martin Lagonda

    $84,900(£65,941.83)

    If you are viewing this ad, you clearly know what you are looking at. The Aston Martin Lagonda is one of the most iconic cars ever produced and was the car that saved Aston Martin from bankruptcy in the late 1970’s. The car is iconic in its amazing looks and in the use of innovative electronic systems. With a cost of more than $150,000 in 1985 dollars, and a total production run of only 645 car’s, exclusivity was guaranteed. That exclusivity remains to this day. These cars are becoming collectable, and well sorted examples are rare and the ones to buy. This car, having traveled only 44,332 miles, has been babied all of its life and it shows. Recently worked on by a prominent marque specialist, with receipts totaling almost $10,000, she is ready to go. The Blue paint is excellent, with deep shine and luster. I would rate the paint an 8 out of 10 (I never give a 10). The GREY leather interior is in excellent condition, with little wear, and a nice Patina. The headliner is sagging a bit and could use a refresh. The wood veneered dash is beautiful, with no cracking. The cathode ray tube dashboard works well as do the control switches. The A/C blows cool, and the climate controls works.

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1985
    • Mileage: 44000 mi
    For sale
  • 1971 Fiat 124 Spider

    $17,900(£13,902.93)

    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this stunning 1970 Fiat 124 Spider. It is self evident, that this car was the recipient of a Full restoration in approximately 2013, and may be the Finest 124 spider on the market today. Cars in this price range are rarely restored to this level, as clearly the cost of this type of restoration is many times the value of the finished car. Whoever buys this car will be paying a fraction of the actual restoration cost!! The car has original floors and body panels and has clearly had a full glass/engine/drivetrain out respray. The Yellow paint is excellent, with great shine and luster; this is some of the best paintwork we have seen. The door jams and the engine compartment are finished to the highest quality. The engine is believed to be original, and has clearly been rebuilt as has the 5 speed transmission. The engine compartment is well detailed, as is the engine and all of the mechanical systems under the hood. The custom exhaust system is fresh and excellent and she makes a great sound. This excellence extends to the interior as the seats, dash and trim have all been covered in the highest quality vinyl (as per the original). The dash has

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1971
    For sale
  • 2001 Bentley Arnage LWB

    $39,900(£30,990.33)

    The Bentley Arnage was the epitome of class and elegance when it came out in 2000. Named after the famous corner at Lemans, the car is pays homage to Bentley’s lengthy and illustrious racing heritage. No expense was spared when building and designing the car, and it uses the finest materials and engineering in its build. Mechanically, it features a 6.75L turbo V8; pushing out an estimated 450 hp and more than 600 lb/ft of torque; higher than any other production sedan at the time. Rated with a top speed of close to 160 mph; the Arnage offers luxury and opulence while still offering real world agility and control. This 2001 Arnage Red Label is 1 of only 20 left hand drive Long Wheelbase cars . The car has been driven 47,750 miles. These were custom “built to order” cars with an MSRP approaching $275,000 in 2001; they were 10 inches longer than its standard Arnage sibling and offered the ultimate in automotive exclusivity. This is the desirable Red Label label version, featuring the venerable Rolls Royce 6.75 liter turbocharged engine. The exterior of this car is tan with body colored accents. The interior is graced with the finest hand-stitched tan leather with wool carpeting and go

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 47000 mi
    For sale
  • 1969 Jaguar XK-E

    $59,900(£46,524.33)

    The Jaguar E-Type is one of the most iconic and beautiful cars ever produced. Its sexy sleek styling puts it in the upper echelon of collector cars. Appearing in many guises over its 13 years in production from sleek roadster to 2+2 coupe, and power derived from the venerable 3.8 liter inline-6 all the way to the famous 5.3 liter V12. The E-Type can find a place in any collectors imagination. The car on offer here is a 1969 E-Type 2+2 coupe. The car received a sympathetic mechanical and cosmetic restoration at a cost of more than $30,000, in 2014 by Classic Cars of Houston; the car is in excellent driver level condition. We believe this to be an original numbers matching car with the engine and transmission it was born with. Finished in Carmen Red with Black interior, this coupe shows beautifully from every angle. The body is straight, the panel fit being far better than factory specs. The 4.2-liter motor runs beautifully, and the twin SU carbs (rebuilt) are tuned to perfection. The engine compartment is well detailed. The rebuilt radiator and auxiliary fans do an excellent job of cooling the car. The original, fully synchronized transmission shifts well, and the clutch engages as

    Last update: 4 Months Old
    • Year: 1969
    For sale
  • 2005 Mercedes-Benz G55

    $55,900(£43,417.53)

    The Gelandewagen was originally designed by Mercedes Benz to be the ultimate in off road vehicles. The G55 is the AMG version of the truck, it expands the parameters of the G Class from the ultimate off-road weapon to the ultimate in on-road SUV’s. In this quest, Mercedes has succeeded spectacularly. The G55 is powered by a supercharged 5.5 liter V8 paired to a 5-speed automatic transmission. The supercharged 5.5 liter V8 was good for 469 horsepower @ 6100 rpm and 516 lb. ft. of torque @ 2650 rpm when new. 2005 AMG models were special editions, utilizing an intercooler, screw-type supercharger, and an updated fuel injection system to create extra power. The hand-built engine puts out 30% more power than the previous year’s naturally aspirated G55, giving stunning performance in propelling the 5,600 pound truck from zero to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds. In 2005, only 300 G55s were offered in the US with the AMG package, and the original MSRP was just over $100k. The low mileage is apparent with the condition of the truck. Standard G55 options include leather interior, premium wood trim, rear parking assistance, navigation system, rain-sensing wipers, dual zone climate control and heated po

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 2005
    • Mileage: 50000 mi
    For sale
  • 1981 Porsche 928

    $42,900(£33,320.43)

    The Porsche 928 was developed in the late 1970’s as the flagship and the heir to the throne of the of the Porsche dynasty. With a 4.5 liter front mounted V-8, the car was a startling departure from its earlier rear engined siblings. These cars exuded quality, from the amazing engineering to the sublime handling and performance; in its day, there was nothing that could compete with the 928 as an autobahn cruiser. These cars are fast appreciating, and are sure to be in the next generation of collector cars. This 20,500 mile, one owner car checks all of the boxes for collectibility. The car left the Porsche factory on September 11, 1981 and was delivered to Rexcoat Porsche Audi of Illinois. Driven only 20,500 miles, she remains in time capsule condition. The Chiffon White paint is gorgeous, with only the occasional chip. The interior is original with the exception of the radio. The Beige leather is soft and supple with almost no wear and the carpets and headliner are likewise in wonderful condition. The 4.5 liter aluminum engine starts and runs well with good horsepower and torque. The 5-speed manual shifts well and the clutch engages with authority. The car has been well maintained;

    Last update: 7 Months Old
    • Year: 1981
    • Mileage: 20000 mi
    For sale