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Just in! Fantastic deal on a well-optioned, lightly modified 2008 Audi R8 with a proper gated-manual transmission. Ibis White over black Extended Nappa Leather, with a clean Carfax and all original paint aside from minor scratch repair on the right front corner. The previous owner had it for a brief period before trading in to us on a Ferrari, and he changed all fluids, fliters, and spark plugs. The front frame has been inspected and is free of cracks, which is a potential concern on the earlier R8 models. The car is due for rear tires.
Upgrades include Modulare B18CL Forged wheels (original cost over $12k), Titanium Valve-tronic exhaust, and a Vivid Racing VR Stage 2 tune, which reportedly increases the power to 455bhp. The exhaust comes with a remote to open and close the valves for quiet cruising or wide open raucus exhaust note. The entire front end of the car is wrapped in clear paint-protection film.
Price: USD 63,980
Incredibly rare 4.2L V8 stick-shift R8 Spyder in an even more rare and desirable color combination. The V8 Spyder was the rarest configuration of the R8 standard production (excluding the Plus and GT cars), with only 570 total produced. Of those 570, only 168 were stick-shift, with just 53 of those in 2011 (data courtesy of Nuts4Sticks.com). This is your opportunity to snag a beautiful example in an elegant Ibis White with Nougat Brown finish with the dark brown top. This car is a virgin with not even 8k miles on her, and it shows. All accessories work perfectly and the car is up-to-date on service. No paintwork, clean Carfax, non-smoker car.
Price: USD 86,980
2002 Chevrolet Corvette Hatchback - Quicksilver Metallic with Gray Leather interior. Lots of options including HUD, Z51, Side Moldings, etc (full list below). Serviced regularly and stored in a garage + heated storage in winter. Never driven in salt. No accidents, no paintwork, no damage repair ever, clean CARFAX report. Original window sticker and tons of service records.
Books, service records, original window sticker, one key w/remote, luggage shade, and cargo net included.
Original Factory Option list:
Upgrades and Improvements:
Price: USD 13,000
Very clean 600+ RWHP Z06. Looks stock, sounds angry. Two-owner car from new, non-smoker, clean Carfax. Overall condition is incredibly clean for the mileage - honestly it looks more like a 25k mile car than an 83k mile car. It is incredibly well balanced and despite the massive horsepower it is very easy to drive and doesn't try to get away from you. The car was serviced regularly at the dealer and was just serviced and inspected in preparation for sale.
Price: USD 29,980
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.
Price: USD 134,980
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 39,980
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 Roadster is finished in Red/Tan, and as with all 1998s, has the Roush 5-spoke wheels. All books, two keys, Panoz car cover, and Panoz leather storage case for the top components are all included with the sale. The top and top components are all in excellent shape and fit properly. It is original paint and has a clean Carfax and no stories. We just mounted brand new tires and had the fluids changed and A/C serviced in addition to a thorough checkover and servicing of all needed items in preparation for sale. According to our database, the red examples make up about 23% of overall production, but it is unknown the split between black and tan interior.
The most recent comparable sale was April 2019, where another 15k mile Red 1998 Roadster (1P9PA1822WB213008) sold for $44,000 at Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach. Another red 1998 (1P9PA1820WB213038) with black interior and 24k miles sold through Mecum Harrisburg in August 2019 for $32,450, but we inspected that car and it was in below average condition, with mismatched, old tires, prior paintwork, and notable corrosion present.
Price: USD 39,980
This is a 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 13,253 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, in addition to the wiring being gone through. The car has completed its full break-in period post engine rebuild and had the 1k service done including oil change and valve adjustment. It is ready for the new owner to enjoy to the fullest.
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
Low mileage 1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet in a 5-speed manual, finished in striking Black over Tan interior, a nice departure from the very common Guards Red of the era. This car came to us from the owner of more than 20 years, having purchased it back in 1997. He drove it sparingly and performed most of the maintenance himself, and it has been a very reliable and enjoyable car for him. In preparation for sale we had a full inspection performed at Steinels Autowerks, an air-cooled Porsche specialist. This inspection can be viewed in PDF format on our website. The leakdown and compression numbers are consistent and strong, and they noted this is a healthy motor. All accessories work properly, the A/C blows cold, the radio works, and the top works without hiccups.
Carfax notes an accident with damage to the rear in September of 1993, the details of which are unknown. Our paintmeter shows higher than factory readouts on the rear decklid, fenders, and doors, with what looks to be blending into the front fenders, and factory readouts on the front hood and cowl. Paint finish is consistent and appears to have been performed at a high standard. The interior is very clean and overall condition is consistent with the low mileage.
Price: USD 39,980
Gorgeous and nearly perfect 2001 Porsche 911 Coupe in Speed Yellow with an upgraded LN Engineering IMS bearing performed by Porsche specialist Steinels Autowerks. This example is pristine, all original paint as verified with a paint gauge, and free of any notable blemishes. More info and photos coming soon, inquire now if you're looking for an exceptionally clean and fully serviced 996 in a rare color. The LN IMS upgrade was performed in 2018, and they also installed new ignition coils, a new clutch, AOS, and Crankshaft Seal while they had the engine out. Big money upgrades and preventive maintenance performed already so all you need to do is drive it and enjoy it!
Price: USD 25,980