Here is a lovely example of a tastefully built 1935 Ford 5 Window coupe streetrod. All steel body and steel fenders, this car is a joy to drive, upgraded with a 350 V8 Chevrolet engine fitted with an aluminum performance intake manifold, 4 barrel carburetor and shorty headers. SOLDView Full Listing
1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289 V8 Automatic
An iconic American classic, its doesn’t get better than the first generation Mustang. When introduced in 1964 it created a new class known as the Pony car. SOLD
The Ferrari Dino was named after Enzo’s son who died at the young age of 24. The Dino has become one of the most collectable Ferraris of the 1970’s. They are a joy to drive, perfectly balanced with a light and nimble handling due to the V6 2.4 liter mid engined configuration.
This car is a one owner from new and one of only about 90 cars equipped with the Chair and Flares package. A very unique oppportunity to buy a very low miles original unrestored Dino. SOLD
A lovely example of the rare 1949 Cadillac Sedanette Fastback. Finished in dark metallic blue with dark brown interior. Cosmetically restored 10 years ago, bare metal repaint with no signs of body filler. She is not perfect, there are some minor scratches, a door ding, the odd crack in the paint, some chrome has imperfections. This is a car to drive on a Sunday afternoon and take to a car show and have fun with. SOLDView Full Listing
You are looking at a weapons grade European Porsche 993 Carrera RS. This amazing car was built for European market and was never officially imported to the USA. She is a serious beast for a serious driver. 300 hp 2 wheel drive, rear seat delete, sunroof delete, reduced sound proofing, and the pull release door cards all to save weight. This car was imported to the US in 2003 with 31,000 miles (51,000 kilometers) and now has 42,000 miles. Importantly she full DOT and EPA paperwork. SOLDView Full Listing
The TR3 is a great little collector car that is big on character. They were very successful with over 74,800 units built from 1955 to 1962, and many were campaigned in races, rallies, and hill climbs throughout Europe and the USA. They are a true roadster with a unique cheeky design that guarantees many smiles for miles. Easy to work on and easy to restore with an excellent parts availability on both sides of the pond. SOLDView Full Listing
The TR4 is a stunningly pretty Michelotti designed British sports car that was a big hit in America as well as Europe. This 1962 Triumph TR4 is sweet entry level first time classic car. A very solid California car ready to be driven and enjoyed. Mechanically sorted just needs some minor cosmetic work. SOLDView Full Listing
The 997 version of the 911 is one of the most refined 911’s produced. The Carrera S model has a larger 3.8 liter engine with active sports suspension and 19” alloy wheels, the quad tail pipes are the visual cue that this is the more powerful Carrera S. Capable of 4.1 second 0-60 runs, 12.6 second 1/4 miles, and 180 mph top speed are impressive from the naturally aspirated 6 cylinder. SOLDView Full Listing
The GT350 H was known as the Rent-a-Racer for the princely sum of $17 per day and 17 cents per mile you could be running around in a 306 HP screamer. The first 86 cars were ordered with a 4 speed transmission while the balance were delivered with an automatic. A total of 1,001 Hertz Shelby’s were built and this car is one of first 86 manual shift cars. SOLDView Full Listing
The Pantera was penned by the well known Ghia designer Tom Tjaarda who also designed the Fiat 124 Spyder. The Pantera was a real “hybrid” of American muscle V8 couple together with a sexy Italian body that would even make Sophia Loren jealous. The mid engined layout ensured great handling and the Ford 351 cubic inch Cleveland mated to a ZF 5 speed transaxle delivered quick acceleration through a precise gated shifter.View Full Listing
This is Lamborghini’s beast from Bolognese the Aventador !
This raging bull would put Robert De Niro up against the ropes and running for the changing rooms. 691 snarling horse power is produced from the fire breathing 6.5 liter V12, channeled through a 7 speed transmission and full time four wheel drive. The LP700-4 is a Stealth fighter on wheels that will propel you to from standstill to 60 in less than 3 seconds and you can keep going until 217 MPH.
1971 Land Rover series 2A For Sale
The Landie was developed after WW2 as a dual purpose utility / agriculture vehicle, it purpose was to keep the old Rover factory busy until they could ramp up demand for the luxury Rover brand again, but fate would have it otherwise. The little truck became an immediate success and outsold the Rover brand. The Series 11A were the hardiest of the early generation LR’s fitted with a two and a quarter liter petrol engine and a four speed manual transmission. The Queen drives herself in a Land Rover, so there is no doubt that it is good enough for you.View Full Listing
The E30 M3 has become one of the most collectable Bavarian Motor Werks, and with good reason. It has superb handling, and aggressive styling of the front and rear spoilers and the sexy boxy fender flares reminiscent of IMSA racing series. The M3 enjoyed a seriously successful motor racing career, they dance around the track with the composure of a Russian ballerina, which all add up to a fun package. Prices are climbing very quickly on these uniquely styled cars. SOLDView Full Listing
1968 Mercedes Benz 280SL For Sale
The W113 series was first introduced in late 1963, the ground breaking design was a leap into an entirely different direction than the proceeding 300SL and 190SL. Nicknamed the Pagoda for its slightly concave shaped hardtop. The car was a big success both in Europe as well as the USA, over 48,912 W113 chassis were produced from 1963 to 1971. The 280SL was the last and most refined of the series. They are ridiculously cute with a superb build quality that only the Germans can deliver, and truly the last of the handbuilt Benzes. Many celebrities have been caretakers of these fine automobiles such as John Lennon, Audrey Hepburn, John Travolta and Stirling moss to name but a few.View Full Listing
Few cars conjure so much passion as a Ferrari, the voluptuous body that makes Victoria Secret models jealous , the astounding performance that will spank 99% of cars on the road, the perfectly stitched interior stuffed full of expensive leather that is truly the work of artesians…and the sound, oh you cannot forget the screaming racing inspired aural orgasm that feels like John Bonham is really upset and is taking it out on your ear drums. Ferrari the racing legend that is probably the most famous car brand in history.View Full Listing
There is nothing quite like a vintage Ferrari, they exude a gentlemanly style and class all of their own. The smooth 340 horse Columbo engine is fed by six hungry Weber 38’s and twin exhausts expend a rather civilized rasp. Exert a bit of corpulent right footedness and the V12 comes alive and the exhaust starts to bark in the most delightlfully scandalous way. The mechanical under pinnings are very similar to a Daytona but they are so much more fun to drive, the power steering, and a couple of extra inches in the wheelbase help with a smoother GT style ride. The cockpit has great visibility with plenty of glass for that light and airy feeling. Enzo only built 505 examples of this stallion over an 18 month period, so ownership is an exclusive club.View Full Listing
The 1967 Camaro was GM’s answer to the Pony Car, although late to the rodeo by about 3 years, the Chevy Camaro became an icon in a never ending battle between the Mustang. At the press launch in June 1966 the automotive press baffled by the name asked “What is a Camaro?” The answer was “a small vicious animal that eats Mustangs”View Full Listing