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2000 Hummer H1 Wagon with 6.6 LBZ Duramax conversion with Billet ATS transmission. Tons of torque! The engine is completely stock with a fully built stage 5 ATS 6-speed transmission, which costs around $8k for just the transmission. Along with the LBZ swap the front suspension was rebuilt and new 37inch Toyo Open Country M/T tires were installed. The interior features leather seats and an upgraded sound system which is paired with a touch-screen head unit and Bluetooth audio and phone capabilities.
This Hummer H1 has 90,200 miles. The LBZ swap was done sometime in the last 10k miles, and was installed by Humbuilt at American Outfitters. This truck was previously sold by Hummercore, and they verified the previous ownership and the swap. It was previously owned by a body shop owner who had the entire truck repainted in its original color and redid all the trim. Hummercore stated it was one of the higher quality Duramax swaps that they have seen. The previous owner then had a 6-speed Billet ATS Allison LCT-1000 transmission installed in April of 2020 that was purchased directly from ATS with a 5-year 100k-mile warranty (unfortunately non-transferable, but it shows the quality of their product). The truck is in great condition but has been driven so there is normal wear and tear. It was just inspected had a coolant flush and the HVAC serviced. The truck has heat in the winter and A/C in the summer! Overall this is a fantastic H1 that is ready to go anywhere.
Specs on the trans here:
Price: USD 97,980
Just in! 2012 Cadillac CTS-V sedan with only 48,600 miles. This CTS-V is finished in rare Black Diamond Tricoat paint over ebony black interior. Powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 that send power to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission with a limited-slip differential. Some of the factory options are sunroof, steering wheel mounted paddles, leather seating, remote start, and 19-inch wheels.
Price: USD 39,980
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod now available! The power comes from a 427 engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The Camaro is an older restoration but has been upgraded throughout the years. The exterior is painted in bright Red and looks great. The paint has some imperfections which can be seen in the photos. The black/white interior is in great shape. The bucket seats, dash, door cards, and headliner all show very nicely. The interior features a 3-spoke steering wheel, AutoMeter gauges, B&M shifter, and a kenwood radio.
Price: USD 49,980
35th Anniversary Edition 1988 Chevrolet Corvette, with a 4-speed manual transmission and 17,530 original miles. This car is #0764 of just 2,050 35th anniversary editions produced, and under 200 of those had manual transmissions. The anniversary edition comes in triple white, white exterior, white wheels, and white interior. The exterior of the car is in great condition, the car looks almost new. The pop up headlights work flawlessly. The engine bay and suspension components are very clean. The interior is also in great condition, the seats and steering wheel look fantastic. Everything works in the interior. This car has been lightly driven and very well taken care of. This is one of the most sought after C4 Corvettes.
Price: USD 24,980
Novitec Rosso is a well-known German tuning company that many of us may remember from our childhood or teenage years. They weren't as outlandish as Gemballa or Koenig, but they produced some fantastic products and continue to put out quality upgrades to this day. Likely the most memorable Novitec kit is from the Ferrari 360, and even if you haven't seen one with the full aero treatment, you've likely seen their gorgeous split 5-spoke wheels on a number of 360s or F430s.
This particular 360 left the factory in 1999 as a US-spec gated-manual coupe, and was delivered to its first owner in NJ, who kept it for just a year before reselling it with only 254 miles (likely for an immense profit, as they were selling for massive premiums over MSRP at the time). The second owner completed the Novitec upgrades circa 2004 and kept it until selling it to Switchcars in early 2021. We shipped it straight to Fast Cars, LTD, a highly-respected independent Ferrari service center in California, to have it fully serviced and comprehensively inspected, including a complete major service, compression test, and a through decontamination from long-term storage. We then installed new Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, and proceeded to drive the car for a few hundred miles to not only enjoy the wonders of the Novitec upgrades, but also to make sure it was fully sorted post-service. The car performs amazingly well, and one would have no idea that the upgrades weren't factory. The superchargers add much-needed torque that is lacking in the stock configuration, and the entire tuning package works together seamlessly.
The car has a clean Carfax, no indication of damage or paintwork, although we just had the front bumper refinished to remedy the front license plate holes.The condition outside and inside is excellent, with no dash shrinkage, no sticky buttons, and no appreciable wear - it looks like a 6000-mile car.
This particular car has a Novitec data plate indicating it is #009, although it is only engine #006, so it is likely one of only a small handful with the entire kit, and it may be the only one in a manual. We have searched the internet high and low and cannot find another one, or history of any other one, that is a manual coupe with the twin superchargers. We've found one spider, the F1 press/demo car, and a handful of cars with just the wheels or body kit.
This gated 360 appears to have the complete upgrade kit from Novitec with no box left un-checked, including the following:
Twin-Supercharger kit with Intercoolers and Carbon Fiber air-boxes
Here's an exerpt of a good write-up on the Novitec 360 from Motor Trend:
Novitec's recently released Modena F360 aims to up the performance ante. The core of its F360 effort entails adding more power: Twin superchargers work with twin carbon-fiber water-cooled intercoolers, additional fuel injectors, and an artful handmade carbon-fiber air-inlet setup employing high-flow filters. Custom exhaust manifolds vent to a free-flowing Novitec sport exhaust system fit with 90mm tips. Novitec claims the engine mods boost horsepower from 400 to 565--for the small sum of $59,298.
The added power measurably reduced acceleration times, but the F1 gearbox proved tricky to launch. As with every Modena F1 we've tested, you can't choose a specific launch rpm nor have the ability to feather the clutch; the result is a fine line between engine bog or wild tire spin. The Novitec's rear tires can generate enough smoke to amaze pyrotechnics experts. It looks cool, but it's not the way to quick times. Thus, a bog-and-go launch was used, which delivered a three-tenths-quicker quarter mile. We feel that with a true six-speed manual we could have generated a high 11-second [elapsed time].
If the Modena's stock Brembo-sourced brakes aren't good enough for you, then consider a set of Novitec's 380mm rotors clamped by eight-piston calipers. This $12,499 combination proves rock-solid and easy to modulate....Novitec suggests its lightweight 19x9.0/19x12.5-inch Rosso II center-locking wheels with Pirelli P Zero Rosso tires ($9300). Also in the name of more grip, Novitec offers its three-way-adjustable coil-over suspension ($7699) and custom anti-roll bars ($1999). In our slalom test, the rolling stock and suspension hardware teamed to deliver a more predictable Modena with an impressive 1.5-mph increase in average speed. On the street, the suspension proves friendly on all but the roughest of surfaces.
Why not designer threads, too? Body/aero mods include front bumper, side panels, rear diffuser, rear wing, carbon rear grille, and taillights ($17,394). Inside upgrades are carbon-fiber and include a center console, radio cover, instrument panel, door panels, and door-sill plates ($6144). Enjoying all these prancing horses requires an intercooled checkbook, as the F360's tally of upgrades rings in at over $100 grand.
Price: Price Upon Request
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 Roadster is finished in Silver/Black, and as with all 1998s, has the Roush 5-spoke wheels. According to our database this is one of just 22 cars finished in silver during the three-year production run. The previous owner had it regularly serviced by Davie Motorsports in FL and had all fluids changed and new tires installed during his ownership. The tires are Bridgestone Potenzas date coded 2015 with full tread. After our purchase, we went through the car as we do with all Panoz Roadsters, ensuring functionality of all accessories and checking mechanical condition. We changed the oil and filter along with the serpentine belt, tensioner, and idler pulley, and repaired the odometer (the plastic gears in these odometers are a known weak point - 3/4 of the Panoz we've had through our shop have needed repair). The car checked out with a clean bill of health. We also removed the dated and ugly elephant-ear black rock guards on the rear fenders and had clear PPF installed after refinishing. We've done this to all the Panoz that have come through our shop as it provides better protection against stone chips and it helps to accentuate the car's shape and make it more visually appealing with a more modern look.
This Panoz is all stock besides an aluminum e-brake handle, Kenwood stereo head unit, and upgraded speakers. The original parts are boxed up and included. It is also complete with all accessories: Two keys, owner's manual, Panoz-branded top with bag, Roush tool kit with Roush silver coin, convertible top and side windows with all hardware and leather Panoz-branded bag, and a rare tonneau cover for the cabin.
This is an impresssively clean, no-excuses example that is ready to enjoy.
Price: USD 49,980
1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula fuel injected 5.7L V8 engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission. This Firebird is a t-top car with 138k miles. The exterior is in good shape with some paint fade on the rear hatch and other minor imperfections. The interior is in great shape and shows very minimal wear for the age and mileage. Overall this is a nice driver quality Pontiac Firebird
Price: USD 13,980
Porsche 356 Speedster Replica by Vintage Speedsters. The car is powered by a 1,915cc Volkswagen flat-four paired with a Rancho Performance four-speed manual transaxle. The odometer shows 6,500 Kilometers which is just over 4k miles. Finished in White with Martini Racing decals over Blue interior. A blue removable soft top with side windows and a tonneau cover are also included. The wheels are 15-inch solid aluminum fitted with 185/65 Pirelli tires.
Price: USD 44,980
New! Check out this beautiful 993 C4S in striking Midnight Blue over Beige interior.
The odometer displats just shy of 90k miles, with detailed service history going back to 2006. Top-end was done at 65k miles, brakes and clutch also done more recently. The most recent service was an oil and belt change in April of 2020.
The car is nicely upgraded with Koni FSD shocks and M033 springs, along with an Aerokit rear decklid/spoiler.
Along with extensive service history, the car also comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and reproduction framed window sticker.
Clean Carfax, very clean car for the mileage, the paintmeter shows readings of 8-11mil around the car other than the sunroof at 4mil, which leads us to believe that it's been repainted, although it appears to be a very high quality job as we do not see any immediate evidence such as tape lines, blend lines, or overspray. The consistent meter readings also indicate that there is no hidden body damage.
Here is your chance to own and enjoy a rare and beautiful spec 993 that's fully serviced, without paying the premium for a super low-mileage collector garage queen.
Price: USD 114,980
Just in! Beautiful 996 in a rare White/Black combo. IMS upgrade and new clutch done in 2015, and a fresh major service performed and new front brakes in preparation for sale. Super rare factory LSD and the hollow-spoke Twist wheels, among other options. New Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires were installed in 2019. The car comes with two keys, books, and factory spare tire.
Price: USD 39,980