2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage
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Exceptional two-owner V12 Coupé with sought-after 6-speed manual gearbox. Continually and routinely serviced by Aston Martin of Nashville since new. Perfect original Tungsten paint over immaculate Obsidian interior. Factory GT updates including mesh grille and ducktail spoiler. Performance, elegance, reliability, and caché combine for what may be the best bargain in the pre-owned Sports/GT segment today. Priced at a very reasonable $37,500.
1968 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII
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Highly original BJ8 with 100% original BRG paint in presentable condition. No rust or significant blemishes. Black Ambla has stood up well with no rips and white piping all intact. Walnut remains rich with no dryness, cracks, or bubbles. Carpets showing age. Top is very good with no tears or snags. Window is yellowed but no impaired visibility. 45,000 miles on strong original drivetrain. Smooth running motor and crisp 4-speed gearbox (with working overdrive) No gremlins, leaks or smoke. Preserve as is for a solid No. 3 or bring to concours quality with little effort. Priced to sell at $49,950.
1985 BMW M635CSi
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Rarely offered for sale in the States, this european-market E24 Coupé differs significantly form its M6 domestic counterpart. First and foremost by its M88 motor shared with the legendary M1. This 75,000-mile example also retains its original Alpinweiss paint in near flawless condition, as is the original interior with factory Black leather (not buffalo) Recaros. Car currently sits on Alpina rims and breathes through a stainless exhaust but original components are included in the sale. A very stylish Autobahn cruiser priced right at $32,500.
Excellent original example of a fourth-generation (C4) Corvette. One owner, meticulous upkeep with service records dating to new. Serviced by the same mechanic since 1990. Nicely optioned with removable glass roof and original Bose-Delco sound system. A rare opportunity to own a one-owner C4 at a reasonable $7,495.
1952 Jaguar XK120
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Former multiple concourse winner now in climate controlled and attended storage since 2009. Regularly exercised, it retains much of its show quality from an older restoration. Old English White lacquer paint shows no visible flaws and holds a remarkable shine. Red hides are taut and fresh as are the carpets. Walnut is rich with a deep luster. Brightwork has some mild pitting but is original, as is the glass. 3.4 liter motor looks and runs sweetly with no leaks, smoke or odd noises. Shifting is crisp. Precise steering guides correct 54-spoke wheels while proper drum brakes do the stopping. Undercarriage is spotless. Needs nothing. Surely one of the finest XK Open Two Seaters to come on the market in some time and priced to sell at $129,500.
1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster
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From a notable Jaguar collection. Complete restoration in 2014 retains its original 4.2-liter motor built to original UK spec. No-expense-spared Primrose paint over mostly original Burgundy interior featuring factory AC. Very well documented with a ream of receipts over the course of its 72,000-mile, three-owner history as well as Jaguar Heritage Certificate. An exceptional Series 2 Open Two Seater ready to show or drive for $89,950.
1996 Jaguar XJS Convertible
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From a notable Jaguar collection. Rare 6-Liter Celebration Edition with 42,000 miles. Excellent all-original Glacier White paint over immaculate coffee-and-cream leather. Two-owner car with extensive records including fresh 45K service. All books, tools, and keys. A show-quality XJS that is a joy to drive. Priced right at $13,500.
1974 Jensen Interceptor
Fresh service, excellent bodywork, new top, and a refurbished interior. This Interceptor stands out and looks especially nice in its triple Black color combo. 70,000 miles. Books, records, keys. Priced right at $49,950.
Coveted 6-speed. Showroom condition with 8,900 miles. Meticulously maintained. Several LP640 updates including factory Hermera wheels, glass bonnet and LED taillamps. Other tasteful modifications include carbon trim, diamond-stitched Alcantara upholstery, custom Nortech exhaust and engine-bay theatre lighting. Finished in a stately Titanium Metallic, it is refined and distinguished, yet at its heart remains a raging bull. An exceptional, no-excuses Murcie priced to sell at $159,950.
1968 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL
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From private collection. Three-owner well-cared for W113. No rust ever. Older repaint in original (and vogue) Dunkelgrün holding up well. Nice all-original interior including factory AC and original working Becker Europa. Used mostly with hardtop so nicely preserved convertible top. Strong original motor with 82,000 miles. Smooth-shifting automatic with no jolts or pauses. With current auction values often getting into six figures, now is the time to buy a Pagoda. Priced at a very reasonable $59,500.
1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL
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From private collection. One owner from new until 2010 (then purchased by original owner’s mechanic). 57,000 original miles with full service history and all books, tools, keys, Becker, complete first aid, etc. 100% original paint and interior. Regularly exercised and rigorously maintained, it’s one of the most well-cared for 107s available. Ready to show, preserve or drive at $21,500.
1991 Mercedes-Benz 420 SEL
Pampered 126 with only 86,000 miles. Two-owner history includes a complete set of books, unopened first aid and original window sticker. Meticulously maintained. Sumptuous ride with surprising power. Roll in style for only $6,995.
2003 Mercedes-Benz G500
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From private collection. Celebrity-owned one owner, impeccably maintained 463 Geländewagen with 52,500 miles. Flawless original paint and interior. Richly appointed with moonroof, tow package, navi and 10-disc audio. Movie star looks for only $34,950.
2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500
Immaculate one-owner Sarasota car having traveled just over 29,000 miles since new. Dealer serviced with full history. Fresh service including top hydraulics. Well documented including original window sticker. Complete books, FULL set of nav discs, first aid, keys, tools. A pampered example in near showroom condition priced right at $28,500.
1974 Alfa-Romeo 2000 GT Veloce
Older restoration of a very nice driving GTV. Bobcor history. Modified to euro spec including dual Webers. Not 100% “correct,” but not far from it. Can be easily sorted for show or drive as is. SOLD
Completely original E30 M3. Two-owner 90,000-mile car with recent service after being stored since 2002. All records since new. Fresh tires, full books, tools, all keys, and car cover. A superb example of a rapidly appreciating first-gen M3. SOLD
1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS
124 Camaro SS RestoMod inspired by Yenko SC. 427 Tri-Power, Muncie M-21, 12-bolt Moser 3:73 rearend, Eaton Posi. Virtually all-new from the ground up. Brute 60s muscle with modern refinements such as lightweight VintageAir R134 AC and Wilwood disc brakes. Finished to a very high standard. SOLD
1989 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
Exceptionally nice example of a one-owner C4 Convertible with 79,000 careful miles. Original paint and interior are like new. Meticulously maintained. Original Bose-Delco. New Eagle GTs and Magnaflow exhaust. SOLD
Freshly reconditioned with major service by former factory engineer and new paint. Original hides and carpets in superb condition. Impeccably maintained and documented throughout its 36,000 miles and two-Florida-owner history, including original window sticker. Complete with books and original tool roll. An exceptional quality carbureted GTS priced right. SOLD
1995 Ferrari F355 Spider
Rare dual-intake Spider in a lovely Rosso Barchetta over tan leather. 59,000 miles with very fresh (December 2010) major ($20K) service through Ferrari of Denver. Tubi exhaust, new tires. Drives like new. SOLD
Hard-to-find GTS with removable roof . 28,000 miles with recent major service through Ferrari of Atlanta. Near flawless throughout. Shields, books, tools, records. Sleek coupé styling with open-air grins. SOLD
23,000 miles. Proper 6-speed. Challenge Grille. All books and tools. Meticulously documented service records. Recent major service by former factory engineer. A very well sorted example. SOLD
Serie Fiorano #15/100. Final U.S. run of 355 features competition-derived performance enhancements over stock 355. Two-owner car with 21,000 miles and fresh major service including F1 transmission. Very nice driving car and sound investment. SOLD
1988 Jaguar XJ-S
Exceptionally well maintained, completely original one-owner XJ-S coupé from Florida estate. Just over 49,000 careful miles. Beautiful condition throughout. Books, records, luggage, and original window sticker. A magnificent example of a timeless classic. SOLD
2001 Land Rover Discovery II SE
Very nice Disco with only 78,800 miles. Exceptionally clean and well maintained with excellent original paint, leather and trim. Looks and drives superb. The prefect combination of luxury, utility and unparalleled off-road capability. SOLD
1995 Lexus SC 400
One owner with only 67,500 miles. Unmolested and completely stock except for aftermarket Pioneer audio system. 4.0 Litre V8 1UZ-FE. 4-Speed automatic. Original Florida car with spotless Carfax. Superb condition throughout. Complete set of books. Everything works. SOLD
1978 Mercedes-Benz 450 SL
1983 Mercedes-Benz 300 CD
Traveled a mere 109,090 miles since new. Garaged by each of its three owners, maintained regularly. Original books, keys, and Becker radio. The classic white paint is original and shines beautifully with no signs of decay whatsoever. Taught and well-kept interior. Solid, smooth motor with surprising power. Ready for its next million miles. SOLD
1988 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL
Pristine example with 59,500 miles. Single mechanic spans both owners with extensive service records. Original paint, leather, dash, wood, glass, and drivetrain. Incomparable driver. Silky smooth 5.5 V8. Rare color combo. A unique opportunity to own a very low-mileage 107 that’s sure to appreciate. SOLD
1996 Mercedes-Benz SL500
Very well-maintained R129 with 89,000 miles. 904 Blue over dove grey leather that shows very little wear. Two-owner history includes Rose Gillett, wife of George and close friend of Betty Ford. The car has been in Vail, CO since new. Both tops, books, wind deflector and first aid complete. Look rich cheap. SOLD.
1974 MG MGB
Restored to a spectacular standard. Parts that were in unblemished original condition were preserved while areas in need of restoration were done to an impeccable level of finish and detail. The quality of this car rivals that of a Kurt Tanner Healey resto or Stew Jones’s Jaguars. Looks, drives, and even smells like an MGB that just rolled off the showroom in 1974. Extensive documentation chronicles its restoration totaling $50,000. SOLD
1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
One of only 1,231 built, this 455 HO has been remarkably well preserved, impeccably maintained, and remians highly original. Well-documented with PHS report. No repaint, no respray, no touch-up. Completely unmolested. Continually maintained for optimum performance from its 335-hp/480-ft/lb 455 c.i. V8. Featured in Anchorman 2. The last of the true muscle cars and the next to skyrocket. SOLD
1964 Porsche 356 C
Nicely reconditioned 356 with new floors, longitudinals, seats, and rubber. Otherwise original, well preserved and in excellent nick. Strong running 1600, smooth shift linkages and tight suspension. Needs rear quarter glass (cracked), quality paint and complete detail to be No. 1 show caliber, but very presentable in its current condition. SOLD
1968 Porsche 912 Targa
Fresh ground-up bare-metal restoration of a fixed window 912. Factory Light Ivory paint. All new interior. Nuts-and-bolts rebuild of correct motor and transmission. Fully documented restoration with Certificate of Authenticity. With the stratospheric rise of early short-wheelbase values, here’s a virtually new one that’s still within reach. SOLD.
1973 Porsche 914
Impeccably maintained 914 with the desirable 2.0 liter motor. Three owners and only 88,500 miles since new. Original books including stamped maintenance booklet. DOCUMENTED service history. Modern touches like a K&N filter, Z-Rated tires, Boxster S calipers and Blaupunkt CD unit make for a very enjoyable driving experience. It’s quickness is worthy of the Porsche name while the 914’s already excellent handling has been enhanced with much improved roadholding and stopping power. Original parts have been preserved for an easy return to 100% original. SOLD.
1977 Porsche 911S
Original ONE OWNER since 1979, Colorado 911. 119,000 miles. Sport seats, sunroof. Well-maintained with original books including stamped maintenance booklet. Tools and keys complete. A pure and honest 911. SOLD
1980 Porsche 91 SC Targa
Impeccably maintained, well-documented two-owner SC. Extensive records and fresh service. No rust, no leaks, no rattles. Everything including AC and clock work flawlessly. Factory sport seats, fresh tires and all new rubber seals. An exceptional driver with real investment potential priced right. SOLD.
1983 Porsche 911SC Targa
Well sorted, excellent driving Targa with 93,000 actual miles. Red leather seats ($5,000 option) were removed and preserved, kept out of the harsh Colorado and Florida sun, where the car spent most its life. Original paint, bügel, glass and rubber. Original Blaupunkt. Excellent maintenance history with receipts, stamped book and full manual set. Tools and keys complete. An excellent example of a classic 3.0 litre Targa. SOLD
1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa
Exceptionally nice Carrera with only 69,000 miles. California car in a near flawless Garnet Red over Black full leather. Original bügel shows no fading, pocking or corrosion. Original interior with no dash cracks, bolster wear, etc. Excellent drivetrain with strong 3.2 and smooth, tight 915 transmission. Superb driving car with extensive service records. All books, tools, keys, tire kit and compressor complete. Without question one of the nicest, best sorted Targas available. SOLD
1986 Porsche 911 Carrera
Special factory order (code L999) Meteor Gray Metallic paint over Burgundy leather. Complete books, tools, compressor, service gloves, keys. Original window sticker. Well loved. SOLD
1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa
Meticulously maintained, superbly reconditioned California/Oregon car. Factory-quality bare-metal repaint, new rubber, new sport exhaust and fresh service. Amazing and awesome (in both the literal and colloquial sense) inside-out and top-to bottom. Strong 3.2, silky G50 5-speed and tight suspension combine for an unparalleled driving experience. One of the highest quality 3.2s we’ve ever come across. SOLD
1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet
Excellent example representing the last of the classic 911s. Outstanding history with lineage of three friends from date of purchase. Tuned by Brumos, a legend in motorsport. One of the—if not THE nicest driving 911 available. Silky smooth drivetrain and tops-down motoring to boot. SOLD.
1990 Porsche 911 (964) Targa
Very fun-to-drive 911 with 89,000 actual miles. Modest Rennline modifications include high-performance air intake, drilled aluminum pedals and door thresholds as well as a sport exhaust. A very nice example with original Guards Red paint and full leather interior. Very quick. SOLD.
1990 Porsche 911 Carrera Convertible
Pampered, two-owner, original Carrera 2 with 71,000 miles. Exceptional records with fresh service. Very complete with full Books, tools, compressor, boot cover, keys, etc.. A superb example of a quickly appreciating 964. SOLD
1996 Porsche 911 (993) Carrera 4
Exceptional 993 in concours condition. Two-owner car with 99,300 mi., Near flawless paint and interior. New tires on pristine wheels. Strong, tight, solid, smooth driver. Recently serviced with complete books, tools, etc. SOLD.
1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4
Obsessively pampered 993. Two-owner California car with meticulous records since new. Every aspect of the car—how it looks, feels and drives—radiates with the love it’s been given. Nicely optioned with Motorsound and full power seats. Complete tools, books and accessories. SOLD
1997 Porsche 911 Carrera
Well-maintained 993 Carrera (C2). Service records since new. Looks fast standing still, goes faster: Motorsound, Fabspeed exhaust, Carrera RS suspension, and Ruf 18″ wheels make for exceptional performance and handling. Superb condition throughout. SOLD
2007 Porsche Carrera S
Meticulously maintained 997 with under 35,000 miles. Full service history with complete books, tools, umbrella, mats and trunk liner. Extended transferable warranty through August 2013. Nicely equipped with Sport-Chrono, Nav and Alcantara headliner. Performance oriented with factory short-shift, evolution intake and software tuning. Breathtaking performance, yet perfectly civilized for daily use. SOLD.
Near flawless example of an Everyday Supercar. Original and unmodified with staggering performance in a real-world package. Well optioned with Sports Chrono Plus, Adaptive Sports Seats, factory short shifter, and full leather. SOLD
1970 Volkswagen Beetle Carrera GT
An over-the-top resto-mod Beetle. Spirited performance through a Porsche-inspired 2270cc motor with 175 hp and 180 ft/lb torque. Exceptional drivability with a power band of 2,000 to 7,000+ RPM. A beautifully restored body is finished Porsche Carrera GT Silver paint. Inner-vented brakes and four-piston calipers combine with 18-inch Porsche Carrera wheels and Z-rated Yokohamas for exceptional handling. Interior detailed with Recaro-type seats and German square-weave carpeting. It’s a Porsche 997 in Wolfsburg clothing. SOLD