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2009 Audi R8 Coupe with a true 6-speed manual gated shifter. Excellent condition, 2-owner car with a clean Carfax and no history of paintwork or damage repair. Very clean inside and out with no noteable flaws. Shows like a well cared-for, garage kept, honest 12k mile car. The car includes service history (viewable to the left in PDF format on our website), original window sticker, two keys, and all books and tools. The car recently had an annual service and brand new Pirelli P-Zero OEM tires installed in preparation for the new owner's enjoyment. 

Factory Options:
Ice Silver Metallic
Premium Package - 
 - Audi parking system with rearview camera
 - Audi hill hold assist
 - Auto dimming and folding exterior mirror
 - Storage Package
Leather Package
Audi Navigation System Plus
Bang & Olufsen Sound System
Body Color Sideblade


Price: USD 77,980

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:
Brightware headlamp surrounds
Body Coloured Undertray
Alcantara Interior Trim
Flat High Build Chip Coat in Sill and Rocker area
Special Bumpers with no bright insert
Body Coloured Sill Strip
Chrome-plated Continental T Wheels
Special Colour - Crimson Pearl
St James Red Steering Wheel
Alpine Navigation System

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. 

Feel free to contact us for more details or to place an offer. 


Price: Price Upon Request

Offered here is one of the cleanest, drivable monsters we have ever had through our facility. This tuxedo black over red guts 1963 Corvette has been owned by the same enthusiast for the last 20 years.  Full build and restoration was completed recently at an extremely tasteful, no-expense-spared fashion. The paint is absolutely perfect, show quality, and no corners were cut in the build and presentation of this car, and it truly shows with impecable fit and finish. 

The motor was a 400ci 2-bolt small block which was stroked to a 409ci and converted to a 4-bolt main and fully built by well-know Corvette hot rodders Corvette Conspiracy, with additional power coming from a custom-built 22psi Procharger that pumps out 800hp. The power is put to the rear wheels through a Turbo 400 transmission with a GearVendor push-button overdrive to keep the cruising revs under control. It wears subtly widened rear fenders to make room for much needed larger rear running gear.  This hot rod is easily drivable and enjoyable with adjustable traction assist and a laptop-tuneable Holly Pro EFI management system. The suspension has also been thoughtfully built to handle the power and provide a great ride for highway cruising. Stopping power comes from a C6 Z06 with 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers clamping down on cross-drilled rotors. 


Price: Price Upon Request

Just in! Fully serviced 1999 Ferrari 550 Maranello in classic Rooso Corsa over Beige interior. The car has been tastefully finished with Speedline alloy wheels and a Tubi exhaust to highlight the V12's already beautiful exhaust note. Interior and exterior are in fantastic condition with no dash shrinkage and no sticky interior switches. The car includes extensive service history with lots of money spent on time-related preventive maintenance, including a complete coolant hose kit in 2013 along with a full major service with Hill engineering belt tensioners. A fresh major service was just performed in July of 2018 in accordance with the 5-year factory-recommended interval. In addition, over $8k was spent on maintenance at Penske-Wynn Ferrari in 2014 and the car was gone through with a fine tooth comb including a compression test with healthy results. The car was shown at the Cavallino Classic in 2011 where it recieved a Gold award. 

This car has a well-documented history, and since 2005 it has been owned by three different Ferrari collectors who only buy the best cars and service them fastidiously. All three of those owners are regular customers of Switchcars, and it is a pleasure to represent this car once again. It has been maintained during that time by Tim Stanford's Foreign Cars, Earl Gibbs of North Coast Exotics, and Penske-Wynn Ferrari. 
The car includes all factory accessories - all keys including red master fob, car covers with duffle bag, tool kit, fix-a-flat, books and leather pouch. 


Price: Price Upon Request

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. 
This is one of the greatest supercar values of the decade, with an Enzo V12 under the hood in a GT package that's enjoyable on a long road trip or a spirited drive.

Factory Options:
Rosso Corsa
Challenge Wheels
Red Calipers
Carbon Fiber Upper and Lower Driving Zones
Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel with LEDs
Carbon Ceramic Brakes
All Stitchings in Colour
Leather Rear Shelf
Daytona Seats
Electric Seats
Red Tachometer
Scuderia Shields


Price: USD 157,980

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. 
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. 


Price: USD 59,980

2015 Shelby GT350 #68 out of 100 50th Anniversary editions produced. Only 137 cars were made in 2015, 37 of them in the GT350-R trim, and 100 in GT350 trim. This car is claimed to be one of one in this color and specification. It was originally owned by Ford Motor Company and used for marketing and publicity before it was sold to its first private owner in 2016.

This car is finished in Magnetic Metallic with black Recaro seats. It comes with the Track Package, but with no stripes and no black roof, which makes it the only one produced in 2015 in this specification. The car is still under factory warranty until September 2018. It includes all original factory accessories (Commemorative oil filter tool with engraved VIN, Books, DVDs, 2 keys, Air Compressor, GT350 Brake replica business card holder) and the original window sticker. 


Price: USD 77,500

1987 Porsche 930 in not-Guards-Red - finished in striking Black with Black leather interior and rare factory sport seats. Matching-numbers example as confirmed by the included Certificate of Authenticity. The mileage is corroborated by the Carfax report and it is a clean title vehicle. Some prior paintwork has been performed. 

The car is mechanically sound and has had a complete engine rebuild and transmission reseal performed less than 1k miles ago, and a recent leakdown test (2017) shows a healthy motor with all cylinders at 5% or less. Underside photos in the gallery show the vehicle as very clean and free of any hints of prior winter driving. The car is mostly stock, including the original Blaupunkt radio, yet it benefits from a few tasteful improvements like 17-inch Fuchs-style wheels with fat 315-width tires on the rear which give it some much needed extra grip. It also has a 930 S steering wheel. 

The car comes with a host of original accessories, including two keys, original books, Certificate of Authenticity, Porsche car cover, complete tool roll, air compressor, and an original sales brochure for the Turbo Carrera. 

Factory Options:
US Standard Emissions
Steering Wheel w/Raised Hub
Blaupunkt Radio Reno
Limited Slip DIfferential
Sport Seats w/Electric Height Adjustment
Alarm System
Electric Sliding Sunroof


Price: USD 84,980

Porsche 3.6 Turbo - last year of the RWD single-turbo 911s, and the only year for US production of the 3.6L turbo. A very rare piece indeed, with around 1500 produced for the world (sources vary on the exact number). The 3.6 Turbo was a major improvement over the previous 3.3L in power, torque, handling, and overall driveability. This car sports the original Speedline wheels which were only available on the 3.6L Turbo. Finished in striking Black over Cashmere leather interior, this car is fundamentally stock with a few minor improvements and is numbers-matching verified by the included Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.

All original stickers and VIN tags are present on the car, and all books, keys, and factory accessories are included in the sale. The documentation on this car is excellent, and includes the original window sticker, all service records from new, and the factory maintenance booklet stamped with early services. The few departures from original include a lowered ride height, TechArt sway bars, TechArt exhaust, and a documented bare-metal repaint of the front hood and rear quarters.

This car has great service history and had a major service performed by noted Porsche race mechanic Mike Garriga at 45k miles, which included an engine-out service, new Bilstein HD shocks and struts, new rotors and pads, new spark plugs, and many more items. The service history on this car shows regular care and corroborates the original mileage.

Factory Options:
Supple Leather Seats
Lumbar Support - Left Seat
Electric Sliding Sunroof
Remote CD Changer (6-disc)
Full Leather Seats with Leather Piping
Deviating Carpet - Standard Color
Porsche Velour Floor Mats - Black


Price: USD 179,980

Black over Black Porsche 993 C4S with some very tasteful upgrades. The C4S was the pinnacle of the naturally aspirated air cooled cars, with the 3.6L Mezger motor, widebody rear end, and larger Turbo brakes. This car has some additional upgrades which make it a pleasure to drive, including a complete manifold-back Fabspeed exhaust system with hi-flow cats (smog legal in California!), Bilstein PSS9 coilovers, stiffer swaybars, and HRE aluminum wheels. The interior has an upgraded sound system with Kenwood DVD screen as well as carbon-fiber added trim pieces and Porsche Carrera 4 aluminum door sill plates (not originall optioned from the factory - added afterwards). 

Shortly before our purchase the car was treated to new brake rotors and pads and new Michelin tires. In preparation for sale we had the car given a thorough mechanical checkover by Steinel's Autowerks and had the secondary air injection system cleaned and serviced. The receipt for this major service is in PDF format on the Documents section of our website. 

Mechanically this car is in turn-key condition and it is a straight car with no underside corrosion and factory Cosmoline still present. Cosmetically it is a good driver quality, as it does have some wear consistent with the mileage. The car has a clean Carfax and no history of accidents but it has been repainted in its original color.

This is an excellent driver's car for somebody who wants to experience the C4S at a lower price point than a concours level garage queen. Buy, drive, and enjoy the upgraded handling and fantastic sound from the Fabspeed setup!


Price: USD 69,980