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2008 Aston Martin DB9 Volante Convertible with only 17,900 miles. The 5.9-liter V12 is paired with a six-speed ZF automatic transmission with paddle shifters. This DB9 is in great condition all around and has a clean Carfax report. It is finished in Meteorite Silver with Black leather interior, and options include Falcon Grey contrast stitching, Red Calipers, Options front grille, Satellite Radio, Front Parking Sensors, and 19-insh 15 spoke alloy wheels. The exterior paint and top are in exceptional condition. The exterior has very nice aftermarket carbon fiber pieces which include front lip, mirror covers, trunk lip, rear diffuser, and tail light inserts. This is nice carbon fiber and complements the car very well. The interior is also in great condition with no excessive wear on any components. This is a well taken care of Aston Martin DB9 with no stories.
Price: USD 49,980
True 6-speed manual 2011 Aston Martin V8 Vantage with the desirable factory Sport Package as well as Premium Sound package. 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 Onyx 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.
The car is completely up-to-date on maintenance and is all original and unmodified with the exception of a Velocity AP exhaust including secondary cat delete, super sport muffler, and Velocity ECU tune. The flash tuner and OEM exhaust parts ARE included in the sale Brand new Michelin Pilot 4S tires were installed in 2019 as well as tire pressure sensors. No smoker, no stories, no issues, just an incredible car.
Price: USD 63,980
Hard to find 1999 BMW M3 coupe with a 5-speed manual transmission. This M3 is painted in Alpine White with Sand Beige interior and automatic Vader seats. 1999 is the last year of the e36 M3 body style. This M3 has 118,700 miles and is in very good condition. The paint is in great shape with only minor imperfections. The interior is very nice, the Vader seats are in great condition for the age, and the glove box has no sag.
Price: USD 19,750
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 27,500
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
Incredibly clean, low mileage, and highly documented early Viper RT/10. The purest of the pure Vipers, with no airbags, air conditioning, power windows - just a car and the driver. Side curtains and soft top included along with car cover, books, and extensive documentation, including the original window sticker, period Viper brochures, and all original order documentation as well as correspondence between the owner and the dealership. This car isn't just a car, the included documentation takes you back to 1993 and tells the story of the Viper.
Price: USD 39,980
Beautiful 1967 Shelby GT350 with Hertz livery. This Shelby GT350 has a freshly rebuilt Paxton supercharged 289 V8 with a 4-speed manual transmission. Raven Black exterior with gold racing stripes and 15” Shelby magnum wheels. This car is not an original GT350 S.
This Shelby GT350 was bought in September 2013 by Fred Piluso, a retired nightclub owner and serial Shelby collector. Shortly after purchasing the car Fred had it sent to Craig Conley at Paradise Wheels in San Marcos, California. Craig is known for his expertise in 1965-1970 Ford Mustangs and performed an extensive amount of work on this GT350. The car was fitted with a rebuilt date-code-correct Paxton Supercharged 289 Hi Po four-bolt main V8. The transmission was also rebuilt and was installed with a Centerforce clutch, aluminum flywheel, and Hurst shift linkage bolted to the factory Ford T handle. The car was also updated with a Pertronix ignition.
Price: Price Upon Request
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
Lamborghini revamped the already fantastic Gallardo for 2009, giving it updated, smoother body panels, new wheels, exhaust, better programming on the E-gear for quicker shifts, and a major engine overhaul - 5.2L direct injection V10 producing a whopping 552hp. This was no mid-year facelift, the LP560 was a whole new animal. The Gallardos have proven to be very reliable thanks to Audi's engineering and manufacturing, and the LP560 is overall a fantastic car to own.
This particular one was purchased by our client in 2019 and used for private rentals and personal use. The silver paint was wrapped in white but has been removed to reveal pristine paint underneath. We had it fully inspected prior to their purchase, and it has just been serviced and recently had new tires installed. The E-gear clutch is only 40% used. Carfax does show prior damage, and we have confirmed with the previous owner that it was minor damage to the front bumper only. This is a fantastic driver in very good condition, ready for the next owner to enjoy. Contact us for more info and photos.
Price: USD 109,980
INCOMING - Heavily optioned McLaren MP4-12C with the most carbon fiber we've ever seen. Very clean example with all service and maintenance done including airbag recall, new ceramic brakes, and the IRIS upgrade. Warranty included through June of 2021. You probably won't find a better equipped car than this one. This is an incredible value for the money - a true supercar for less than a hundred grand! The original MSRP was $330k, plus the upgrades listed below.
Price: USD 99,980