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Just in! True 6-speed manual 2011 Aston Martin V8 Vantage. These are an incredible value for the money and one of the best driver's cars to come from Aston Martin. This particular example is absolutely flawless. The owner was so worried about getting rock chips on the factory Black Metallic paint that he had it professionally wrapped in a Matte Grey Metallic which looks incredible. It is one of the best wrap jobs we've ever seen, and detailed photos are included.
Price: USD 67,980
Check out this fully built Corvette Z06 track car! Over $90k documented in upgrades, including a brand new transmission and a fully built 427 LS7 with break-in and dyno miles only. Normally people build a track car from a roached-out branded title car - this one started life as a low-mileage, clean title Z06 that became even better and is now a racetrack assault weapon. Full receipts are available in PDF format on our website and the dyno sheet and comprehensive list of upgrades is displayed in the photo gallery.
Price: USD 34,980
Super low mileage Mustang 5.0L convertible with the LX trim package. Finished in very 90s and very American Red with White interior and an automatic transmission, this clean car is perfect for summer cruise-ins, car shows, parades, or just going for a nice drive. It is all original to the best of our knowledge, and all the original VIN tags are in place on the body panels. Clean Carfax, non-smoker, no accidents.
Price: USD 14,980
This 1955 Ford Thunderbird was completely refurbished in the late 1980s and is finished in beautiful black lacquer with re-plated chrome moldings and bumpers. Everything shines with a better-than-factory luster and the paint displays the lines of the car well. This car has the original fiberglass auxiliary hardtop, but still retains the black fabric folding top and a black vinyl snap-in tonneau cover. This car is also equipped with skirted rear fenders in chrome, forward raked headlamp guards, push-button door handles, and front and rear bullet-style bumper guards with an amazing sounding dual exit exhaust. One aftermarket item on this car is the so-called Continental Kit, which mounts the spare tire on elongated rear bumper extensions. This was well installed so it is easily reversible depending on taste. The interior was entirely refinished in “Code A” black and white vinyl in the correct pattern and high-quality cut and sew. The interior features a two-person manual bench seat, original nylon loop carpeting, a 17-inch plastic and chrome telescoping steering wheel, the original Town & Country AM radio, and a heater/defroster.
Price: USD 34,980
2005 Lotus Elise with only 13,320 miles. This Elise has a 6-speed manual transmission, a factory hard top and soft top, touring package, metallic paint, and star shield. This is a 2 owner car with the original owner being an older lady who never drove the car hard. The second owner purchased it in 2018 with 9,500 miles on it and had a DME/ECU dump done on it when purchased from Lotus of Greenville SC. The report showed no over revs, and a top speed of only around 80mph. At that time the dealership replaced the steering wheel bushings due to slop/flex.
Price: USD 38,980
The Panoz AIV Roadster is an all-american lightweight roadster with European roots. The Panoz family purchased the rights to a defunct sportscar manufacturer in the late 1980s, and after much retooling and essentially a start-from-scratch redesign, the Panoz Roadster was born. The first iteration was stainless steel and utilized a 5.0L Ford V8 and did not come with any top, radio, heater, or air conditioning. In 1996, the AIV, which stands for Aluminum Intensive Vehicle, was born. It used largely the same styling as the first-gen roadster, but the car was now 70% aluminum, weighing in at only 2500 pounds, and a new 4.6L 32-valve aluminum V8 from the Mustang Cobra was shoehorned in, bumping the power up to 305bhp. Additionally, they created a surprisingly easy-to-install top with side curtain windows, plus luxury amenities like a radio, heat, and air conditioning. They were hand assembled in Braselton, Georgia, and to this day remain as one of the most unique American cars ever produced. A total of 176 AIV Roadsters were sold to the public during the 3.5-year production run. Unlike most limited production hand-built sports cars, these are actually incredibly reliable, simple to maintain, and are very pleasant to drive. Parts are easy to source given that it is mostly Ford components. Many critics of the Plymouth Prowler say that this is what the Prowler should have been.
This particular example was originally sourced for the owner's personal collection, but due to lack of time to actually drive it, we are putting it up for sale. It is finished in rare and beautiful metallic green, which appears blue from some angles - it is a subtle color-shift metallic. The paint is all original to our knowledge except for the rear fenders which we had refinished to eliminate the rock chips. Instead of replacing the ugly black elephant-ear stone guards we had the rear fenders covered in clear film, after allowing the paint to cure for the requisite 30 days to fully harden.
The previous owner had the odometer fail at around 3250 miles, and for some reason replaced it with a unit that read 2455 miles, thereby branding the title as non-actual mileage. The reasoning escapes me, but we have the documentation of continual mileage, and the cumulative total mileage is less than 4000.
We have full service records from the previous owner, and we also had it gone through once we bought it to ensure fluids were up to date, to fix a minor oil leak, and service the air conditioning. All functions work properly and the car is fully serviced and ready for the next owner to enjoy. The car comes with the factory soft top and leather bag, Panoz branded floor mats plus the base floor mats, one key, and the owner's manual booklet.
Price: USD 44,980
This Guards Red over Beige 993 came to us from the second owner, who purchased it back in 1999. It is accompanied by all service records since new including a stamped maintenance booklet with the first dealer services. Included in the maintenance history is a top-end refresh and engine reseal in 2016 along with new Bilstein B6 shocks and HR lowering springs. We just also performed over $3k worth of service at Steinels Autowerks in preparation for sale. The car does have some prior paintwork and some clearcoat popping visible from close-up, but it is an accident free, clean Carfax car that is mechanically solid. The interior is very clean and the car is fundamentally stock. Notable options include the Motor Sound Package and Cup1 wheels.
Price: USD 49,980
Low mileage, heavily optioned 2007 Porsche GT3. We have just added this unique GT3 to our inventory and it is an excellent car. This car is completely original paint as verified with a paint meter, and it has clearbra protecting the front valence, wheel wells, mirrors, and rocker panels. It is presented in almost completely stock condition, with the only upgrades being very subtle and minor, including the expensive 2-piece front spoiler lip from the GT3 RS, a custom steering wheel which retains the factory hub and airbag, floor mats with Guards red piping and the GT3 model insignia, wheel spacers, a K&N air filter and intake, and an FVD center muffler bypass.The car had a two-year service performed in December of 2017 prior to us selling it to the most recent owner, and since his purchase he has done a full major service as well, including spark plugs, fuel filter, brake flush, gearbox flush, oil change, serpentine belt, and air filters. He also purchased a fitted car cover, OEM floor mats, and had an extensive detail performed including detailing the chassis and ceramic coating the paint.
This GT3 is in excellent condition inside and out, with no indication of previous track use, and showing zero overrevs on the DME readout. The paint has an excellent finish with no notable flaws, and the interior is fresh and clean and only shows slight bolster wear on the driver's side. Mechanically the car is perfect with all factory accessories functioning as they should. The car comes with two keys and all books and tools, a framed window sticker as well as recent service records.
Price: USD 105,980
This is a gorgeous and rare Ruby Red Turbo Cabriolet with nicely contrasting Sand Beige full leather interior and Cocoa top. The 2009 is the year to have for the Turbos as it is the last year of the most reliable configuration of the Mezger motor before they changed the top end to accomodate DFI, and it is also the only year with the updated electronics including touch screen navigation, bluetooth, and satellite radio. This example is a 3-owner car with no stories and a clean Carfax. The second owner had a clearbra installed on the front valence and rocker panels. In addition to the extensive factory options, this one has also been tastefully upgraded with H&R lowering springs, BMC Performance air filter, Fabspeed headers and exhaust tips, and tuned with a Cobb Stage 2 map. The car is complete with all books, tools, both keys, service records, and a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.
Price: USD 82,980
This is a beautiful 2009 Porsche 911 Turbo with Cream White exterior and full black leather interior. Cabriolet with 51k miles and a Tiptronic s transmission. The 2009 is the year to have for the Turbos as it is the last year of the most reliable configuration of the Mezger motor before they changed the top end to accommodate DFI, and it is also the only year of the 997.1 with the updated electronics including touch screen navigation, Bluetooth, and satellite radio.
Price: USD 62,500