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Incredibly rare 4.2L V8 stick-shift R8 Spyder in an even more rare and desirable color combination. Only a few handfuls of these cars were produced, and this is your opportunity to snag a beautiful example in an elegant Ibis White with Nougat Brown finish with the dark brown top. YUMMMY. This car is a virgin with not even 8k miles on her, and it shows.
Price: USD 94,980
Very rare Bentley Continental T with an incredible factory specification and extensive service history.
The Continental T was a special model introduced in 1996 based on the Continental R. The power was improved to 400hp and a whopping 590 lb-ft of torque. In addition, the wheelbase was shortened by four inches and the chassis and suspension was stiffened to give a more sporting feel. Bentley also widened the rear track to help deal with the increased torque, and added rear wheel arches eo properly house the larger rear rubber. Only 217 LHD examples were produced between 1996 and 2003, and the 1998 model year saw the addition of the Matrix grille, perforated leather, leather and aluminium door cappings, chrome gear selector knob, and a relocation of the red engine Start button. When new, the Continental T cost a whopping $324,500 in 1990s dollars, and was the most expensive Bentley produced to date.
This particular Continental T could accurately be described as bespoke with the extensive list of custom-tailored options. The full list can be viewed in PDF format in the Documents section of our website listing, but I'll give you a few highlights since the list of non-standard features is four pages long. A few of the unique features include:
This unique car was originally delivered to Canada and still sports the original gauge cluster in metric units. Documentation is extensive and includes both hard-copy service records and stampings in the service booklet. The current owner for whom we are selling the car is a longtime exotic car collector and Rolls/Bentley aficionado. Upon his purchase of the car, he had respected Bentley specialist Gary Scott of Scott Motors go through the car with a fine-tooth comb and an open checkbook to address any and all issues and completely service the car for trouble-free motoring. Approximately $20k was spent ensuring the car was completely up-to-date and it performs wonderfully. In addition to the excellent mechanics, this car shows incredibly well inside and out, and it's obvious that the car has been pampered its entire life.
Price: USD 79,980
The M Roadster is the topless sibling of the infamous Clown Shoe, or M Coupe, sharing the same muscular body and M3 driveline. These cars offer a proper driver experience featuring a 3.2L inline-6 S52 engine with 240 horsepower mated to a crisp 5-speed manual transmission. These great roadsters have an M-tuned suspension and the brakes from the M3.
Adding to its curb appeal, this M Roadster wears the rare Evergreen paint (1 of 201) over matching Evergreen accented Black Nappa leather interior (1 of 176). With the fat rear fenders and iconic deep dish rear wheels, there is no mistaking this special BMW.
The example has good recent service history, including all fluids flushed and brand new Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, and has been protected by Xpel clear film that covers the entire front clip and rocker panels. This car also offers an upgraded Alpine radio (original included). This roadster includes the rare factory color-matched hardtop that looks great when installed.
Wether you are driving top up or down enjoying the A/C or heated seats this roadster will make any road trip or ice cream run memorable.
Price: USD 21,980
For the final year of C6 production, Corvette finally produced what was essentially a Z06 Convertible, or as close to it as they would get prior to the C7 generation. 2013 commemorated the 60th Anniversary of Corvette, and what better way to celebrate than with a 505hp, 6.0L LS7 engine and flared fenders in a droptop! This Corvette is heavily loaded, with the 1SB package (equivalent of 3LT - only higher option package in 2013 would be the 60th Anniversary edition/4LT, and, let's be honest, those blue-ish center stripes don't do the car any favors), ZR1 wheels, and the Z06 Carbon Fiber package, to name just a few.
Black Headlamp Color Override
Price: USD 49,980
This 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T shows just under 1,100 miles and was purchased new at Eldridge Brothers of Flemingsburg, Kentucky. Finished in Pearl White over red leather, the car is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 sending power to all four wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission. This R/T is offered with the original window sticker, factory manuals, period factory literature, both keys, the original Ohio plates with 1993 registration, purchase documentation, and the original Kentuck temporary plate.
Price: USD 35,000
2007 Ferrari 599 in classic Rosso Corsa over Beige. This is a pristine example with a clean Carfax, no paintwork, and a completely original car with no modifications. It is a very well-appointed car with a great list of options. All maintenance has been kept up-to-date, and buyers are welcome to have a PPI performed. The car has a cleabra on the front valence to protect against rock chips, and the paint is in excellent condition with no scuffs, marks, or road rash. The interior is in beautiful condition also and the leather is perfect and does not show any abnormal wear. The Pirelli P-Zero tires were replaced in 2013 and they have full tread life remaining.
Price: USD 144,980
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.
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.
Price: USD 59,980
Gorgeous GT350 Convertible tribute in striking Blue metallic with silver stripes and black interior. Very well done example with a straight body. Just gone through by our techs and sorted fully for reliable driving. Only six real GT350 convertibles were produced originally and only four are believed to remain. While this is not meant to be a correct-to-the-detail clone, it is an excellent tribute at a great price point. Cruise the local shows and turn heads with this stunner! Feel free to inquire for more information.
Price: USD 34,980
Beautiful, very original and clean 1989 Jaguar XJS convertible with long-term previous ownership. Inquire for more details!
Price: USD 12,500
This is a German-spec 1972 Porsche 911 originally delivered to a US Serviceman in Germany who brought it home with him. The second owner commissioned the build in the late 1990s to make a 1973 Carrera 2.7 RS style tribute. He began with a beautiful condition, rust-free car. All NOS body parts were used including steel front flared fenders, steel rear RS flares, steel rear bumper, and fiberglass front bumper and ducktail, and famed Stoddard Imports performed the restoration. The car was repainted in its original Light Yellow color, and it still shows incredibly well today, as if the restoration was completed recently, which shows the absolute top quality work which is done by Stoddard.
The original case was retained and the jugs and pistons were swapped out for 2.4L 911 S cylinders with 2.2L E-spec pistons for maximum compression (approximately 9.8:1). SSI heat exchangers, a high-torque starter, freshly-tuned carbs, custom ground cams and crank, and an electronic MSD ignition complete the package. 911 S front brakes were installed along with 930 tie rods.
The 12,460 miles shown on the odometer is claimed to be original, and will be sold with an Actual Mileage title and Odometer Disclosure.
The interior was redone with ST-style seats, RS door cards, and radio delete, retaining the original dashboard and steering wheel.
We commissioned a complete engine rebuild and transmission refresh prior to sale and this car is now fully tuned and ready for the new owner to enjoy.
This is probably the most original car ever used as a basis for an RS tribute, and while not an exact replica, it is a very well done hot rod and an absolute blast to drive at a fraction of the cost of a real 2.7 RS.
Price: Price Upon Request