The GT was a specially tuned version of the V12 DB7 Vantage produced in limited numbers for the final year of DB7 production. It was essentially an improved version of the Vantage, producing 435bhp and 410lb-ft of torque, an increase of 15 and 10, respectively, over the Vantage. Additionally, the GT chassis had substantially updated suspension from the DB7 Vantage models. Aesthetically, compared to the Vantage it has a mesh front grille, vents in the bonnet (hood), a boot (trunk) spoiler, an aluminum gear lever, along with 5-spoke alloy wheels. It also has larger 14in front and 13in rear vented Brembo disc brakes. Only 64 GTs were imported to the USA during the one year of production.
Offered here is one of the cleanest drivable monsters we have ever inventoried. This tuxedo black over red guts 1963 Corvette has been owned by the same enthusiast for the last 20 years. Recent build and restoration was completed last year at an extremely tasteful no expense spared fashion.
This is a classic example of automotive Beauty and the Beast offering a 800+HP street rod and visuals that offer beautiful stock lines with the hood closed. It wears subtly widened rear fenders to make room for much needed larger rear running gear to the factory twin grilled hood. This hot rod is drivable and enjoyable with adjustable Holly Pro EFI traction assist accompanied by turbo 400 transmission with as added overdrive to keep the cruising revs under control. The suspension has also been thoughtfully built to handle the power as well as your not-so-perfect city streets. The heart of this steroid injected Vette is a Corvette Conspiracy built 409ci small-block pressurized by custom built Procharger that can huff up to 22psi. The smarts are handled by Holly’s EFI management while the anchors are pulled from the C6 ZO6 to manage the power and handling of this wonderfully built resto-mod.
The build on this car is very fresh including paint, running gear, powertrain and much of the interior. This car does not need a trailer and is ready to be driven to your local cruise-in and watch the jaws drop as the cam says hello and your tail lights say goodbye!
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 lots of records/receipts.
I purchased the car in 2010 with 22k miles on it, and it was the cleanest example (that wasn't red or yellow) that I could find at the time. This was my personal car and summer daily driver. It was stored in the winter and to this day has not seen salt or been driven in the winter. I sold it to a client of mine with about 59k miles when I found my unicorn - a Light Carmine Red 1998 Lingenfelter 383 convertible. He trades cars often and so I got the car back with a few thousand more miles. I then sold it to a good friend and racing teammate. He just sold it back to me in order to chase his next toy. He put brand new Continental Extreme DW tires on the car and also installed an AUX cable so his phone could be used with the factory stereo system.
The car is in excellent condition and ready for a new owner to enjoy. Small flaws consistent with normal wear can be found, but overall the car is very clean. The driver's bolster is in excellent condition, there are no rips or tears in the interior, and only a couple minor marks on the exterior paint. The glass top is showing some early signs of delamination. The car is solid and tight, and all service and preventive maintenance has been performed, including replacing the belts, tensioner pulleys and idler pulleys at 52k miles (these typically go bad at around 55-60k miles).
Books, service records, original window sticker, one key w/remote, luggage shade, and cargo net included.
Original Factory Option list:
Preferred Equipment Group 2
- Dual Zone a/c
- Fog Lamps
- Luggage Shade and Parcel Net
- Memory Package
- Adjustable Sport Bucket Seat
- Power Passenger Seat
- Twilight Sentinel
- Electrochromic Mirrors
- Heads Up Display
- Power Telescoping and Manual Tilt Steering Column
Polished Aluminum Wheels
6spd Manual Transmission
Transparent Lift-off Roof Panel
Z51 Performance Handling Package
Body Side Moldings
License Plate Frame
Upgrades and Improvements:
Z06 style 3-piece wheels
Currently has Michelin Pilot Sport tires (335s on rear)
Slotted Brake Rotors + Carbotech pads
Corvettes of Houston Steering Column Lock Bypass
Glass Top Solar Shade
Billet Exhaust Plate
Hardwired for radar detector
AUX audio cable installed
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.
Exceptional 4spd Ram Air III GTO Judge with a recent nut-and-bolt frame-off restoration. Matching numbers car with original build sheet and PHS documentation. Car was restored to original specification with the exception of a color change from Forest Green to Silver. The restoration utilized all original GM panels and floor. The motor, transmission, and rear end are all original, and it retains the correct 7040273 carburetor with correct date, along with correct date-coded wheels and alternator. This is one of 272 cars with factory air conditioning. This car is correct down to the Goodyear Polyglas tires. The underside is as clean as the top and this is a great addition to any early GM collection. The mileage is believed to be original and the vehicle title shows actual mileage.
This is a great driving example of a matching-numbers 1972 911 T with one repaint from its original Signal Yellow (114-9-1) color to what appears to be Tangerine. The car was delivered new to a Stanley Wyner of Pittsburgh, PA, and the original maintenance booklet is stamped with the first few services. While intermediate service history is lacking, the current owner had the car mechanically refurbished in 2016 at Porsche specialist Steinel's Autowerks to the tune of almost $11k. The full receipt detailing the work performed is in the documents section on our website.
The car runs and drives beautifully. It is believed to be original mileage, and comes with an actual mileage title. The motor and gearbox are original to the car and a Certificate of Authenticity is on order. The previous owner had an aftermarket radio which was removed (the door speakers are still present) and a blockoff panel installed in its place. 1972 was of course the only year for the passenger side external oil fill, and as such, this is a fairly rare car should somebody choose to restore it to the original Signal Yellow. The car is completely rust free, and is a very presentable driver. The car comes with a spare 14inch Fuchs, jack, and original tool roll.
The late 1980s were banner years for the Porsche 911. These cars retained the classic look with the desirable combination of the 3.2L flat-6 paired with the famous short-shifting G50 transmission. These 911s offered the largest engine displacement and brake size of any normally aspirated G-body 911 to date. The 3.2 liter has proven to be very reliable and a strong runner thanks to upgrades to the timing chain tensioners, oil cooling, fuel system and ignition system (just to name a few). The targa option offers the best of both worlds: a semi-open experience, and a closed car when you are not feeling the need for the open top.
This 911 is offered in the rare and interesting color of Cassis Red that is pleasantly complimented by its burgundy interior. This combination is an eye catcher in the best of ways. The tasteful upgrades produce a nice package that can satisfy the customer looking for a mainly original car with a touch of outlaw. This 911 has a clean Carfax verifying its accident-free history, and is in excellent condition inside and out. Extensive service history shows that this car has been loved and maintained to a high standard. The underside is completely dry, and with new Continental rubber on the attractive 17inch Lindsey Racing wheels, this Targa is ready to drive!
Cassis Red over Burgundy
Rebuilt and freshened targa roof with new front and rear seals
Side windows were aligned with new retaining brackets
Recent compression check/leakdown
New Bilstein struts/shocks, turbo tie rods, Weltmeister steering rack spacer and alignment
We have just acquired this very nice example of a well maintained Porsche 964 Coupe. This is the most desirable configuration, being a RWD Carrera 2 coupe with the 5spd manual transmission. The Grand Prix White exterior paint is all original and shows very well. The Carfax is clean and confirms no accidents and original mileage. In addition, we have an extensive service history file with receipts going back to the early 90s. This was a California car from new until 2009, when it relocated to Kansas, where it stayed until 2016. It's been in dry climates its entire life, and the clean and corrosion free chassis is a benefit of this.
The car had a comprehensive inspection and service upon our purchase to prepare it for the new owner. This service was performed by Steinel's Autowerks, a well-known and respected Porsche air-cooled specialist. The total bill was $5139, not including tires, which were another $900. The service included, but was not limited to: Replaced distributor belt, new fan belts, replace cooling fan bearing, replace rear brake pads, flush brake and clutch fluid, replace steering rod ends and steering rack boots, mount and balance new tires, valve adjustment, new valve cover gaskets, oil and filter change, new engine insulation pad, new door pin switch boots, new rear tail control switch and bifold panel, charge A/C, new front and rear lid struts.
The car includes the spare tire, jack, air compressor, complete tool kit, and the original radio head unit (not installed). This is an excellent, very original example that is fully serviced and ready for the new owner to drive and enjoy.
Automatic speed control
Speakers on back shelf
Without rear model designation
This is a great 1996 993 C4S that has come to us from the longtime sceond owner. It was originally purchased from Holtz House of Vehicles, a Porsche dealership in Rochester, by Joel Reiser, who is a well known Porsche specialist in that area. He sold it to the current owner after putting just 5000 miles on the car. He continued to maintain the vehicle for the buyer, who also had routine service performed at the local Porsche dealer. The car has always been garaged, and has never been driven in the winter. It is all original paint as verified with a paintmeter, and comes with a clean Carfax report. The car is largely stock with a few minor improvements. The owner had a Sony bluetooth radio installed and kept the factory unit for anyone who wishes to put it back to original. Joel Reiser also set up the alignment and installed lowering springs. The factory springs are included. Lastly, the owner had B&B mufflers installed for an improved exhaust note - the originals are included.
All service is up-to-date, and preventive maintenance has been performed along the way, including a steering rack replacement to address a fairly common leaky rack on these cars, a major air conditioning system service, and new valve cover gaskets. The car just had a major service performed in preparation for sale, and the receipt can be viewed in the documents section on our website.
Included with the car are the original window sticker, two keys (one OEM, one replacement key/fob combo), books, spare tire, jack, air compressor, complete tool kit, radio code card and radio removal tools, and original mufflers, springs, and radio unit.
Black Interior - Partial Leather
Porsche Floor Mats - Black
AM/FM Radio with CD Player
Full Power Seat - Left
Rims Caps with Porsche Crest
Remote CD Changer (6-disc)
Gorgeous 993 C4S Coupe in Arena Red over Grey interior. Two-owner car with great documentation and service history. The car is all original paint as verified with a paintmeter and shows very low original miles. Exterior and interior are both in excellent condition, and the car is up-to-date on all service, the most recent service being at Larchmere Imports on June 14th, 2017. It is fundamentally stock with a few improvements over stock, including a TechArt muffler, M030 adjustable shocks/lowering springs, and a removable harness bar painted in exterior color (currently not mounted in the car). The car is complete with all books, tools, spare tire, jack, and original window sticker.
8-way Power Driver's Seat
Wheel Caps with Colored Porsche Crest
CD-radio Becker Porsche CDR-210