Gorgeous Stratus White 6-speed manual V8 Roadster with black interior and contrast stitching. For those of you not familiar with Aston Martin's Stratus White, it's a deep pearlescent white that is absolutely stunning. This is one of the best sounding cars you can get and it has been upgraded with RSC Tuning headers and high flow catalytic converters to enhance the sound even more. When the valves are engaged the sound is classy and daily drivable, when the valves open this car is all business. Those parts combined with a Velocity AP tune increase the performance and boost the power a healthy 50hp over the stock 380hp. This Vantage has been further upgraded with OEM carbon fiber side strakes, carbon fiber front splitter, black replacement front grill, and RSC wheel spacers and Velocity AP lowering springs for the perfect stance. These choice upgrades where professionally installed and purchased from the best in the Aston Martin game. All original parts are included should the buyer ever wish to return the vehicle back to stock configuration.
This Vantage is a no-excuses example, having been serviced regularly during its time with the previous owner, and all receipts from the Aston Martin dealer service since his purchase in 2013 are included and can be previewed in PDF format on our website in the documents section on the left. It is in absolutely superb condition inside and out and has just received a fresh annual service in October of 2017, new brake pads, and a new battery. The car is fully functional and all accessories and power options work as intended.
The car comes with two keys, one fob, service records from 2013-present, books, all OEM parts, and the factory car cover and battery maintainer.
This is a fantastic example that is waiting for a new owner who wants to enjoy the open road in style and class.
Offered here is one of the cleanest drivable monsters we have ever inventoried. This tuxedo black over red guts 1963 Corvette has been owned by the same enthusiast for the last 20 years. Recent build and restoration was completed last year at an extremely tasteful no expense spared fashion.
This is a classic example of automotive Beauty and the Beast offering a 800+HP street rod and visuals that offer beautiful stock lines with the hood closed. It wears subtly widened rear fenders to make room for much needed larger rear running gear to the factory twin grilled hood. This hot rod is drivable and enjoyable with adjustable Holly Pro EFI traction assist accompanied by turbo 400 transmission with as added overdrive to keep the cruising revs under control. The suspension has also been thoughtfully built to handle the power as well as your not-so-perfect city streets. The heart of this steroid injected Vette is a Corvette Conspiracy built 409ci small-block pressurized by custom built Procharger that can huff up to 22psi. The smarts are handled by Holly’s EFI management while the anchors are pulled from the C6 ZO6 to manage the power and handling of this wonderfully built resto-mod.
The build on this car is very fresh including paint, running gear, powertrain and much of the interior. This car does not need a trailer and is ready to be driven to your local cruise-in and watch the jaws drop as the cam says hello and your tail lights say goodbye!
This 1966 Ford Mustang fastback has been restored with GT350R styling in mind and features a professionally built 302 V8 with four
beautiful Weber 44IDF carburetors. Originally started with vintage track duty in mind, it was completed with the focus of being an exceptional street car. The car was purchased largely complete from an Ontario Ford dealer, and was originally a C-code 289 Fastback. Finished with the help of multiple Pebble Beach award-winning shop RX Autoworks, the car is impressively specced with stainless steel headers, a Borg Warner T5 5-speed, big brakes, upgraded suspension, and many excellent details. With less than 3500 miles on the clock since completion in 2012, this car checks all right boxes and was built to an incredibly high standard.
Wimbledon White with Guardsmen Blue painted stripes are how the car was originally finished, and we added high quality dark red vinyl top and side stripes for our personal taste. If the new buyer prefers the traditional blue center stripes, the red ones are easily removable.
A GT350R fiberglass front valence flows more air to the radiator and is similar to what the competition cars had in period. Cap-less 15×8 Torq Thrust D rims with Trans-Am style deep lug nuts are well chosen, as are the stainless mesh radiator grilles and hood/trunk pins. R-model style vented Lexan rear window and spun aluminum side mirrors are nicely executed. A new windshield and windows, as well as the complete chrome surround for the windshield, are still in original packaging and are included in the sale.
A full Stewart-Warner round gauge cluster was fitted and looks awesome behind a 65-spec Shelby wood-rimmed steering wheel. Carpets, headliner, and dash top were all new in 2012, along with the Sparco Evo race seats. Other cabin details include a Total Control pedal set, Hurst shifter, reupholstered GT350 R fiberglass rear seat delete with side panels, R-code dash, and Sabelt six-point harnesses. The whole interior and exterior feel is period-correct, and other than the modern seats, there are no immediate give-aways to the fact that this car might be called a resto-mod. The majority of gawkers think it's a real Shelby, and it of course drives far better than an original, stock GT350.
Underneath the fiberglass hood, a Total Control aluminum brace structure surrounds the balanced 302 running aluminum SVO heads, four Weber 44IDF carbs, JBA mid-length stainless steel headers, and a billet MSD distributor with rev limiter. Other quality items include a cast aluminum Cobra oil pan, Griffin aluminum radiator with large 16inch Spal electric cooling fan and more. Power is sent through a T5 5-speed with a hydraulic clutch system. Final drive is by a 3.9:1 geared limited slip differential.
Handling and driveability is exceptional thanks to an upgraded suspension and braking system. The car runs QA1 shocks, tubular upper control arms, Global West 1.25inch front sway bar and adjustable track rods, boxed lower arms and 560 lb. in. springs in front, with 4 ½ leaf springs, urethane bushings and heavy duty shackles in back. Steering has been converted to rack and pinion with a bump steer kit and collapsible tilt column.
Braking is achieved with 11inch vented and slotted rotors up front, and 10inch drums in the rear. A billet Wilwood brake master cylinder with adjustable bias lets the driver choose their preferred setup.
Additional build details include a Fuel Safe 22 gallon cell with remote fill kit, trunk-mounted Moroso differential vent, functional front and rear brake cooling ducts, JBA stainless steel 2 ½ exhaust system and sticky Toyo Proxes R888 tires. Sold with extensive build process documentation, the car has been driven less than 3500 miles since completion and is fully sorted and ready to go. The Webers have been synced perfectly and have never given me a single hiccup. Even after storing it this past winter (properly, in a heated warehouse with race gas and fuel stabilizer), the car fired up instantly and has always run like a bat out of hell.
I purchased the car with about 900 miles on it since the build, and put just under 2500 miles on it in a year. It originally came with rear-exit dual exhaust, which I swapped out for side-exit glasspacks. The car is almost obnoxiously loud and induces stupid grins and silly laughs every time I get on the throttle.
This 1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9 has been with the current owner for 25 years and is finished in Astral Silver Metallic over black leather. It is powered by a 6.9L V8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission and remains in stock condition. The owner acquired it about 10k miles ago in 1990, and it was used as a daily driver before the suspension accumulators required replacement. Over the past year the owner has spent $7k refurbishing the car with new suspension accumulators, a new radiator, battery, new Cooper Cobra tires, brake pads, an A/C recharge, and draining and cleaning the fuel tank.
The interior is finished in black leather with burled walnut trim and shows well in the provided photos. The front driver's seat was recently recovered with brand new leather and the other seats were cleaned and re-dyed, and the seat stuffing was replaced as needed.
All gauges are said to be functional and the six-digit odometer shows 97k miles. The air conditioning was previously converted to R134a and was recently recharged. The Becker Mexico radio is original and has been rebuilt by Becker, and a new automatic antenna was installed.
The dry-sump 6.9L M-100 V8 made 250 hp and 360 ft-lbs of torque when new and is paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission. All the fluids were recently replaced, and the car has been regularly maintained with previous work including a new flywheel, starter ring, and steering box.
This is a great opportunity for a matching-numbers 356 SC for the buyer who wants a mechanically fresh car to enjoy and drive. The SC for 1964 came with a 90-hp 1600cc motor with dual Solex carbs.
The car has come to us from its most recent owner of 13 years. It left the factory in Signal Red, but was refinished to the owner's taste about 10 years ago in its current color. The car also had comprehensive rust repair and undercoating performed at the time of the repaint, including a new driver's side floor pan. The color is beautiful, but the paint job is best described as driver quality and does show some flaws.
The owner did most of the maintenance himself, and the receipts include a large stack of Stoddard parts receipts to verify his work. In addition, he had the motor rebuilt less than 100 miles ago by German Tech, Inc., in January of 2016. The receipt for this service is in the documents section on our website. Additional service done to the car over his 13-year care included a new clutch and flywheel, new Sachs front and rear shocks, complete rebuild of the Solex carbs, rebuilt distributor, H4 headlights with upgraded dash lights, new fuel sender, fuel pump, and fuel cock, refurbished horns, new hood seal and window weather stripping, new window washing jets and tubing, window frames rechromed, new rear view mirror, new carpet set, side and rear panels, headliner, and visors, and all gauges rebuilt along with a quartz clock conversion performed by North Hollywood Speedometer.
The engine and transmission are all matching numbers as verified by the Certificate of Authenticity, and the car is listed in the 356 Registry. The actual mileage is unknown. Clear title in hand - buyers are welcome to have a PPI performed at a shop of their choice.
The late 1980s were banner years for the Porsche 911. These cars retained the classic look with the desirable combination of the 3.2L flat-6 paired with the famous short-shifting G50 transmission. These 911s offered the largest engine displacement and brake size of any normally aspirated G-body 911 to date. The 3.2 liter has proven to be very reliable and a strong runner thanks to upgrades to the timing chain tensioners, oil cooling, fuel system and ignition system (just to name a few). The targa option offers the best of both worlds: a semi-open experience, and a closed car when you are not feeling the need for the open top.
This 911 is offered in the rare and interesting color of Cassis Red that is pleasantly complimented by its burgundy interior. This combination is an eye catcher in the best of ways. The tasteful upgrades produce a nice package that can satisfy the customer looking for a mainly original car with a touch of outlaw. This 911 has a clean Carfax verifying its accident-free history, and is in excellent condition inside and out. Extensive service history shows that this car has been loved and maintained to a high standard. The underside is completely dry, and with new Continental rubber on the attractive 17inch Lindsey Racing wheels, this Targa is ready to drive!
Cassis Red over Burgundy
Rebuilt and freshened targa roof with new front and rear seals
Side windows were aligned with new retaining brackets
Recent compression check/leakdown
New Bilstein struts/shocks, turbo tie rods, Weltmeister steering rack spacer and alignment
Gorgeous 993 C4S Coupe in Arena Red over Grey interior. Two-owner car with great documentation and service history. The car is all original paint as verified with a paintmeter and shows very low original miles and excellent condition in accordance with the mileage. The car is up-to-date on all service, the most recent service being at Larchmere Imports on June 14th, 2017. The car has full service history back to new, and the records can be viewed in PDF format in the documents section on our website.
It is fundamentally stock with a few minor improvements over stock, including TechArt mufflers, M030 adjustable shocks/lowering springs, and a removable harness bar painted in exterior color (currently not mounted in the car). The original mufflers and springs are included with the car should the new owner desire to put it back to original. The tires are Bridgestone Potenze S02A N-spec (Porsche approved) tires with full tread (installed in 2014), and the wheels are free of marks. The paint is nearly flawless and the interior hardly shows any wear. It's obvious that this car has been pampered and it will make the new owner very happy.
The car is complete with all books, tools, spare tire, jack, service records, and original window sticker.
Arena Red Metallic
Classic Grey - Partial Leather
Porsche Floor Mat - Classic Grey
8-way Power Driver's Seat
CD-radio Becker Porsche CDR-210
Exceptional 2003 Porsche 996 Turbo with rare factory Aero Kit and X50 power package, in addition to extensive and costly upgrades and improvements. This car has the factory Engine Performance Package, or X50 package, its more common designation which comes from the option code. The X50 package adds larger turbos, intercoolers, and a revised engine management software which bumps the car from 415bhp to 444bhp, and was the basis for the one-year-only Turbo S. In addition, it has the extremely rare factory Aerokit which replaces the problematic hydraulic rear spoiler with a larger and prettier fixed rear wing.
Not being content with the factory performance, the previous owner did the following modifications in order to create the ultimate streetable Turbo that's also prepped and capable for weekend track duty. The beauty of the package is that none of the driveability was compromised - the suspension is soft enough for comfortable street driving and the clutch is a factory RS unit which is very smooth unlike some heavy-duty track-only racing clutches. This car was done just right and no expense was spared.
The prior owner had the car for almost ten years and maintained it to a high standard. We also just had the car serviced and inspected in preparation for sale. The car retains all original paint and has never had any damage repair. The engine and transmission are also original as verified by the included Certificate of Authenticity. A huge service file accompanies the car documenting the maintenance and upgrades over the past decade.
Arctic Silver Metallic
Turbo Aero Kit
Turbo Power Kit
Door Entry Guards in Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipes
Aluminum Instrument Dials
Black Floor Mats with Porsche lettering
Wheel Caps with Colored Porsche Crest
MA Shaw GT2 Front Bumper
Champion 19inch RG5B Wheels
Custom Front Splitter W/ Turn Buckles
Rear wiper delete
Moton Club Sport Remote Reservoir Shocks
H & R Sway Bars & End Links
Upgraded Race Springs
GT3 Cup Lower Control Arms
RSS Monoball Shock Mounts
Competition Aligned & Corner Balanced
GT3 Composite Euro Recaro seats W/ Sliders & Brey-Krause Seatbacks
Color Matched DAS Sport Roll Bar
Brace welded to roll bar
GT3 RS Alcantara Steering Wheel
GT3 RS Alcantara Shift Knob
Driver Side 5-point Sport Harness
GT3 Console Delete with Boost Control Mount
Safecraft 2.5 Halon Fire Extinguisher
Porsche PCCB brake caliper upgrade with Porsche Cup steel rotors
GT2 Front Brakes Cooling Ducts
GT2 Rear Brakes Cooling Ducts
2004 was the first year that the iconic GT3 was brought to North America. This is a well-optioned example that was ordered in a lightweight configuration with the Ceramic Brakes and A/C delete. This configuration makes it extremely rare as well, as only 13 cars were brought to North America over the entire 04-05 production run with A/C delete. Only 5 of those had PCCBs, and this was the ONLY red one with PCCB and A/C delete. The only one in North America.
The car is fundamentally stock with a few nice upgrades including rear muffler delete, OEM Leather Recaro seats (to complete the lightweight specification), and Tequipment rear harness bar.
The car is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. The car does have some prior paintwork as measured with a paintmeter but it has been fully inspected and passed a comprehensive PPI. It has a clean DME readout with no Range 2 overrevs. Recent service records are included, and the car is up-to-date on all services and with recent tires it is ready for the new owner to enjoy. This is your chance to own the lightest, purest, most raw GT3 produced for the US market, in a unique and lightweight specification.
39 Black Leather w/Black Belts
450 Ceramic Composite Brakes - PCCB
498 Delete Model Designation
574 No Air Conditioning Desired
CPZ Thicker Steering Wheel
CUC Painted Model Designation Rear Lid
M6A Black Mats Porsche Lettering
X69 Carbon Door Sil Model Insignia
X71 Aluminum Instrument Dials
XME Rear Ctr Cons Painted Exterior Color
XSX Seat Belts Guards Red
Y05 Brake/Shifter Carbon/Aluminum
Z0997 Custom Tailoring
One-owner 2004 Porsche GT3 finished in original Arctic Silver Metallic over black interior. We bought this car directly from the original owner who bought it new from New Country Porsche and had it religiously serviced both at the dealer and with Daniel Jacobs, an independent Porsche specialist. It is in excellent condition inside and out, with all original paint as verified with a paintmeter. The car had clearbra on the front valence and rear fenders from new which we just removed due to age. The paint is in excellent condition with no dings or scratches, with some minor stone chips noticeable upon close inspection. The owner never raced the car but used it for street driving and some Porsche DE events. The car does have a few very good upgrades and comes with all original parts. We also have a brand new, uninstalled Porsche OEM front lip (the good one, not the Cup spoiler!) that will be included with the sale.
We just had the car serviced and inspected by Porsche specialist Steinel's Autowerks to ensure that it is up-to-date on service and mechanically excellent in order for the new owner to enjoy it.