This 1967 Land Rover Series IIA 109 NADA has undergone an extensive restoration by its owner of 8 years, maintaining its period aesthetics while performing a host of upgrades to improve its reliability and driving characteristics. Starting with a new galvanized frame, the truck was meticulously restored with every component rebuilt or replaced.
This 1958 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D-500 Convertible was restored about six years ago along with its 9-Passenger Suburban sister car. This car is fitted with the powerful 361 cubic inch D-500 engine. Originally white, this car was fully redone in its present rose and black scheme, and is upholstered with NOS interior cloth.
This 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo is a rare 6-speed manual example with 35k miles. Roughly 5% of Gallardos were produced with a manual transmission and this car is fully documented with every service record from new. It is up-to-date on all servicing with an upgraded Kevlar clutch recently installed at a cost of $6k.
This 1999 BMW 528iT has been transformed with a modified 7-liter LSx 427 engine mated to a T56 Tremec producing a dyno-proven 493 horsepower and 467 lb-ft. of torque at the wheels. In addition to the mechanical work, a near-complete E39 M5 Nappa Heritage Caramel leather interior was swapped in and the exterior was freshened up as per the listing.
This 1988 Porsche 959 is a well-maintained Komfort Model with 24k miles. Just 292 were built in production, and #212 has received over $100k in recent service. Further receipts total over $40k in frequent maintenance. The has been formally imported to the US and is offered with a Porsche CoA, documented history, and a California title.
This Pegaso Z-103 Spider (VIN SEFZ103CNM0000010) is described by the seller as the “last Pegaso ever built,” a task completed in 1991 in preparation for some sort of large expo in Seville. Spain’s only sports car builder of note, Pegaso built some incredibly exotic machines, most of which utilized small, quad cam, all alloy V8’s, some of which offered up to 32 desmodromically-actuated valves in the 1950’s! This one uses an altogether more prosaic Buick/Rover 3.9 liter V8, but looks lovely and well-built regardless. Find it here on eBay in Atlanta, Georgia with reserve not met. Special thanks to BaT reader Jim R. for this submission.
This 2000 Porsche 911 has 105k miles from new and has been with the seller for about a year, during which time it has been modified with adjustable H&R coilovers and RSS Bump Steer kits front and rear. The car is powered by a water-cooled 3.4L flat-six is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, and rides on aftermarket 18″ OZ wheels. It benefited from a new IMS bearing and clutch at 72k miles, and has received substantial maintenance since, including a new water pump, fuel pump, and motor mounts. The car is sold with substantial service records, its original wheels, and a clean Missouri title in the seller’s name.
9/26/2016 Update: Nearly two and a half years since its first feature, and this 1973 Monteverdi High Speed 375L has returned to the market, this time about 350 kilometers to the southeast from its previous location. The price has been lowered a well, and though by only 12% or so in Euros, a relatively strong dollar means the difference is closer to 30% for any potential US-based buyers. As before, the car looks amazing, and the seller claims it’s reliable following recent service. Find it here at Pyritz Classics in Frankfurt, Germany for 225k euros (~$253k USD today). Special thanks to BaT reader Kyle K. for this submission.
This 1987 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Verde Spider has 94k miles, and is one of 2700 QVs among the 37k Aerodinamica Ducktail cars produced from 1983 to 1989. The QV was the range-topping model, with Pininfarina styling enhanced by body-color side skirts, front and rear air dams, a trunk-mounted spoiler with integral 3rd stoplight, big electric mirrors, and special 15” hole-slot alloys. This example is finished in black with gray leather, and the 1962cc twin cam inline-four is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The selling dealer notes that the car passed a California smog inspection in May 2016, and is now offering it with a clean Carfax and a clean California title.
This 1950 MG YT is claimed by its seller to be one of just 877 built between 1948 and ’50. It looks fantastic in photos, and multiple AACA awards are credit to the quality of restoration work. Further said to run and drive great, sale includes what sounds like extensive resto documentation, as well as some old factory service books and parts catalogs. Find it here on Craigslist in Lenoir, North Carolina for $38k. Special thanks to BaT reader Kyle K. for this submission.
This 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo is a desirable 6-speed manual example finished in Giallo Halys over a Giallo Taurus and black interior with 35,051 miles. Roughly 5% of Gallardos were produced with a manual transmission and this car is fully documented with every service record from new. The seller has owned this car for more than four years years, during which time he has added 25k trouble-free miles. This Gallardo is up-to-date on all mechanical servicing with recent work detailed below and an upgraded Kevlar clutch installed less than 1k miles ago at a cost of $6k. The car remains nearly stock with cat-bypass tubes and tinted windows as the only modifications. This well-kept and fully documented Gallardo is now offered with an accident-free AutoCheck report, comprehensive service documentation, and a clean Oklahoma title.
This Renault Dauphine 1958 is claimed to benefit from a “restored motor,” but running condition remains unclear. The car seems to be complete and serviceable however, with what appear to be promisingly good metal inside the front luggage compartment, on floors, and around the car’s lower extremities. The interior is a bit rough, but the original steering wheel is included despite not being photographed, and the seller seems to suggest they’re rather flexible on the asking price. Find it here on Craigslist in Nampa, Idaho for $1,500. Special thanks to BaT reader George M. for this submission.
This BMW 320i has been converted into an SVRA race car and is powered by a 2.7L stroker M20 inline-six that distributes power through a 4-speed Getrag 262 transmission and Quaife LSD. The car has been raced as a 1977 E21 323i with the SVRA since 2001, though the actual body used for the build was from a 1983 E21 320i. The suspension and brakes have been modified for race use, and the interior features many high-quality safety upgrades to meet regulations. Cosmetics are in nice shape with a lime green exterior and dark green livery with red accents. The seller has not raced the car competitively since acquiring it three and a half years ago, but has instead used it for practice and track days. A recent compression test showed 195-200 psi across all cylinders. The car was reportedly competitive when raced, with wins in SVRA Class 8 R/S races. It is being sold with a cache of spare parts that includes transmissions, differentials, fenders, brakes, two sets of wheels and tires, and much more.
This 1972 Toyota Crown is a rare fourth generation car offered for sale in what sounds like good running and driving condition, benefiting from a freshly rebuilt engine and carburetor, as well as a deeper restoration performed about seven or eight years ago. This was the final iteration of the Crown line imported to North America, and as prices were very high for a Japanese car at the time, few were sold. This car is reported to have spent most of its life on Vancouver Island, and sale includes documentation dating to new. Find it here on Craigslist in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada for $5k CAD (~3,800 today).
This 1967 Sunbeam Alpine (chassis 395012898) is described as a matching-numbers example that’s reported to have had its engine and trans rebuilt by the previous owner. The seller says that the car would be show-worthy following a respray, but it actually shows quite well in photos regardless. Find it here on Craigslist in the Seattle-Tacoma metro area for $10k OBO. Special thanks to BaT reader Jon F. for this submission.
This 1970 Mustang convertible has 80k miles and benefited from a full restoration beginning in 2009. The car was repainted its original Calypso Coral color, while the interior was redone in white, a change from its original Vermillion red. The 302ci V8 and C6 automatic transmission were rebuilt to stock specifications at the same time, and the original air conditioning is said to work well. The seller has paper and photo documentation of the restoration, and has driven the car 1500 miles during his four years of ownership. An upgraded Kenwood stereo and aftermarket steering wheel have been added. In the past year, over $2,500 has been spent on mechanical sorting to deliver good reliability, including a rebuild of the braking system. This Mustang is sold with receipts from the restoration and a clear California title in the seller’s name.
This 1973.5 Porsche 911T is a nice longhood example that has been driven around 1,000 miles since purchased by the seller in 2013. The coupe is powered by its original 2.4 liter flat-six with CIS fuel injection paired to a non-matching 915/12 5-speed transmission. The car was a well-sorted driver when the seller bought it, and is said to be mechanically sound with routine oil and fluid changes being the only maintenance performed under current ownership. An older India Red repaint is in good shape, and other cosmetic enhancements include Euro headlights, rally-style fogs, and refurbished 15″ Fuchs. The seller enjoys driving the car, but is paring down his collection to focus on new projects. The car is being offered with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.
This 1984 Lancia Delta HF Turbo was delivered new in Austria, and the seller adds that it’s remained mostly untouched and original. By the looks of things, the car was very likely kept indoors when not driven, and appearances under the hood are just as good as the rest of the car. These pre-Integrale cars packed just 130 HP from a turbocharged , 1.6 liter Lampredi twin cam, and unlike their WRC-dominating younger, more glamorous brothers, power is delivered to the front wheels only. Still, they’re light at about 2,200 pounds, handle nicely, and by most reports are still endowed with the same enthusiastic, fun-to-drive characteristics of all the best Italian hatches. Find this one here on mobile.de in Griesbach, Germany for 15k euros (-$17k today USD today).
This 1969 Dodge D200 is a former US Forest Service crew cab equipped with a 318ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual trans. Though brakes and the rear end are said to have been rebuilt, the seller adds that a timing adjustment and water pump are the only things preventing it from serving as a (rather long and basic) daily driver. Cosmetics are on the rough side, but these four-door examples are scarce, and provided it’s not totally rotten beneath, the truck should be worth preserving. Find it here on Craigslist in Atkins, Arkansas for $3,500.
This 1959 Simca Aronde is a seldom seen Châtelaine or estate model, and though in need of some brake work, it does reportedly run. It’s a neat looking little thing, and appears to be in perfectly serviceable condition as-is–some might even prefer the patinated look. According to the seller, many spares are included as part of the sale, and despite the old California plates, the car is currently titled in North Carolina. Find it here on Craigslist in Lexington, North Carolina for $4,500.
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