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1951 MG TD Roadster Estimate: $20,000 - $35,000


Chassis Number: XPAGTDLHX5790

1.3 L/54 HP 4-Cylinder - 4-Speed Manual - Highly Original Condition The Model: The 1950 TD Midget announced in January 1950 combined the TC’s drivetrain, a modified hypoid-geared rear axle, the MG Y-type chassis, a familiar T-type style body and independent suspension on front axle using coil springs from the MG Y-type saloon. There was still no fuel gauge, but the 12 British gallons (15 US gallons) of tank capacity gave a range between refuelling stops of about 300 miles and a green light on the facia flashed a “warning” when the fuel level was down to about 3 US gallons.


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8-Cylinder - Automatic - 64,068 Original Miles

1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000


Chassis Number: 11603312056657 The Model: Benz W116 is a series of flagship luxury sedans produced from September 1972 until 1980. The W116 automobiles were the first Mercedes-Benz models to be officially called S-Class, although earlier sedan models had already unofficially been designated with the letter ‘S’ – for Sonderklasse or “special class.” Consumers and automakers alike look to the S-Class to get a glimpse of the technology that will trickle down into ordinary cars in the coming decades. Airbags ABS Brakes advanced traction and stability systems brake by wire lane detection and driver fatigue warnings are just some of the technological features that first appeared on versions S-Class.


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1989 Cadillac Brougham Estimate: $10,000 - $20,000


Chassis Number: 1G6DW51Y3KR716443

8 Cylinder - Automatic - 67,645 Original Miles

The Model: The single name “Brougham” began to be used as specific Cadillac model in 1987, when the term “Fleetwood” was dropped from the former Fleetwood Brougham. It was otherwise the same as the 1986 model. The reason for the change was that Cadillac had introduced a new, smaller, front-wheel drive model in 1985 and named it simply the Fleetwood. Compounding the confusion, the optional “d’Elegance” package (introduced in the upscale Fleetwood trim line in the 1970s, offering even more luxurious appointments, including button-tufted seating and rear-seat reading lamps), was available on and appended to the names of both models, resulting in a traditional body-on-frame/rear-wheel drive “Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham d’ Elegance” and a unibody/transverse engined “Cadillac Fleetwood d’ Elegance” fully two feet shorter and 800 pounds lighter. The Brougham received a new vertical-slat grille for 1989, which was similar to the 1980 grille. The 1980 grille had five horizontal sections, the 1989-1992 had three horizontal sections.


L 04 ot The Model: The Honda Beat is a rear wheel drive, mid-engined two-seat roadster kei car produced from May 1991 to February 1996. The Beat was the last car to be approved by Soichiro Honda before he died in 1991. The design of the car originated from Pininfarina, who then sold the design plan to Honda. The Beat was one of many cars designed to take advantage of Japan’s tax-efficient kei car class. There were two mainstream models of the Beat (the PP1–100 and the PP1–110) and a couple of limited edition versions. The car was sold exclusively in Japan at Honda Primo dealership sales channels. In typical Honda fashion, the Beat’s engine did not utilize a turbocharger or supercharger. The 656 cc engine was modified with the MTREC (Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control) system, with individual throttle bodies for each of the three cylinders, to produce 63 bhp at 8100 rpm with an electronically limited top speed of 84 mph. Only a manual transmission was available.

4 Cylinder - 5-Speed Manual - 34,897 Original Miles

1991 Honda Beat Estimate: $12,000 - $24,000 Chassis Number: PP11015234


ot 05 L 1984 Ford Mustang Convertible Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000


Chassis Number: 1FABP273XEF216884

6 Cylinder 3.8 Liter


Well Preserved

34,410 Original Miles

The Model: The third-generation Mustang was produced by Ford from 1978 until 1993. Built on Ford’s Fox platform and thus commonly referred to as the “Fox” or “Foxbody” Mustang, it evolved through a number of sub-models, trim levels, and drivetrain combinations during its production life. It underwent updates for 1987, and for a time seemed destined for replacement with a front-wheel drive Mazda platform. However, company executives were swayed by consumer opinion and the rear-wheel drive Mustang stayed, while the front wheel drive version was renamed the Ford Probe. Enthusiasts group the generation into two segments: the 1979-1986 cars, with their quad headlight arrangement, and the 1987-1993 cars, with their aerodynamic composite headlamps and front fascia styling. Production ended with the introduction of the fourth-generation Mustang (SN-95) for the 1994 model year.


Chassis Number: 6Y86G429909

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Estimate: $35,000 - $55,000


1966 Lincoln Continental WITHOUT RESERVE

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Icon Sedan Convertible Suicide Rear Doors Functional Hydraulics Restored Driver

The Model: Styled by Ford design vice president Elwood Engel, the fourth-generation Lincoln Continental underwent a second mid-cycle redesign, Still staying with Elwood’s original theme of “less-is-more” it wore an all new body, growing 5 inches longer, and nearly an inch taller and wider. Curved side glass made its return and the 430 V8 was enlarged to 462 cubic inches. The convertible underwent several equipment revisions for the first time, adding a glass rear window and the top mechanism added a second hydraulic pump for opening the convertible roof and the trunk lid making the two systems separate. The interior underwent several revisions, adding a tilt steering wheel and an 8-track tape player as options. They also introduced their first two-door sedan since 1960 however the convertible remained offered solely as a four-door. The Car: With one repaint, this rust free car has also been upgraded with a new pertronix ignition, new tires, upgranded voltage regulator, master cylinder, a/c pump, a/c expansion valve, washer bag, fuel pump, fuel filter, deck lock motor, deck lid hydraulic pump, new convertible top, clock, deck lid rubber, leaf springs, mufflers and exhaust tips this classic has very little left to be refreshed. The transmission shifts smooth and drives down the freeway like you’re gliding on air. With luxuries like air conditioning, cruise control, power locks, power windows, and power seat shes ready to hit the open road.


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1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE

Chassis Number: 10801410027429

Estimate: $20,000 - $35,000

Engine: 2.5 liter Inline 6 Cylinder 6 Plunger Fuel Injection / 170bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes



Rare and Desirable 4 Speed Transmission


Last of the Hand Crafted German Motorcars

Mileage: 47,950 Miles Showing

The Model: Replacing the dated tail finned w111 and w112, the 250SE would be unveiled in 1965 and would be built on the new w108 platform. With a new lower and sleeker shape the 250SE would also feature a new fuel injected engine. The last of the hand built Mercedes, production of these true classics was limited to about 13 cars per week, as such these hand crafted cars have become very collectable. The Car: This coupe features a desirable manual four speed, the ivory paint shows only slight use and is very adequate for a driver quality car. The interior is clean and free of any major issues showing only gentle use, with the tan leather and nearly new carpet. Tuned and running well this driver is ready for the road with the windows down and the wind in your hair.

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ot 08 L 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider Estimate: $95,000 - $130,000

Chassis Number: ZFFYT53A440135727 Engine: 3.6 L Tipo F131 V-8 Cylinder Multiport Fuel Injection / 400 bhp 6-speed “F1” Electrohydraulic Manual Front and Rear Vented Disc Brakes Odometer: 14,650 Miles

The Model: Luxury, performance and the Cavallino Rampante (“prancing horse”) are staples of the iconic Ferrari sports cars. The Ferrari 360 Spider has the honor of being Ferrari’s 20th road-going convertible. The mid-mounted V8 engine, which can accelerate its crew up to 180 mph, can be admired by all through the glass integrated into the rear deck lid. Additionally, designers included side reinforcements, a cross brace in front of the engine, a strengthened windscreen frame, and roll bars. Aside from strengthening the body, designers were faced with the challenge of implementing a convertible top into a mid-engine sports car. The solution? An electrically operated top was designed that transforms from a closed top to an open-air convertible with a two-stage folding-action.

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ot 09 L 1999 Porsche 911 Coupe 996 Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000


Chassis: WP0AA2999XS626465 The Model: In 1999 Porsche debuted its new 911 internally known as the 996 platform. The 996 ended Porsche’s distinguished line of air-cooled cars. While purists decried the end of the air-cooled tradition, the legendary 911 evolved with the times. This was also the first major redesign to the body shell. The 996 styling shared its front end with Porsche’s mid-engined Boxster. •

The Evolution Model of the 911

Well Kept with low Miles

Desirable Color with 6 Speed Manual

3.4L 6-Cylinder

6-Speed Manual

17” Sport Factory Wheels

49,070 Original Miles

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2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

Chassis Number: WDDAJ76F05M000091

Designer: Gorden Wagener

Engine: 5.5 Liter DOHC V­8 Lysholm Twin­-Screw Supercharger / 557 bhp AMG Speedshift R Five­-Speed Automatic Transmission Power­Assisted Carbon­-Ceramic ABS Disk Brakes with Eight-Piston Front Calipers

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Homage to the Mille Miglia­Winning 300SLR

As­-New Mercedes Supercar

0­-60 Miles Per Hour in 3.3 Seconds

Odometer: 7,750 Original Miles

The Model: Born out of the Mercedes Vision SLR concept of 1999, the SLR McLaren emerged as a joint venture between Mercedes­-Benz and McLaren as an outgrowth of their F­1 partnership. The result was a technological tour de force that brought many F­1 developments to the street. The carbon­-ceramic braking system boasted eight­-piston calipers for the front and received assistance at high speeds from a deployable aerobrake. The SLR makes extensive use of lightweight materials yet delivers all the luxuries expected of a modern Mercedes. After releasing a mere 2,000 examples of this incredible car, Mercedes­-Benz and McLaren parted ways. Most great cars spawn only one successor. The SLR gave rise to two great cars, the Mercedes­-Benz SLS AMG and the McLaren MP4­12C. 22 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car: This SLR is effectively a brand new car. With only 7,750 miles over a little more than a decade, this SLR is virtually flawless. Amenities include dual-zone air conditioning, 7-speaker Bose premium sound system and upgraded Bluetooth stereo, power adjustable seats and steering wheel-mounted audio controls. Other features include power steering, power windows, power adjusting tilt wheel, rain sensor and smart key. This car is absolutely spectacular in Crystal Laurite Silver exterior with a beautiful leather interior in 300 SL Red. Carefully stored and maintained since new, this is an incredible opportunity to secure perhaps the finest GT Supercar of the past decade. 23 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 11 L 1991 Nissan Figaro Designer: Sam Wills Estimate: $25,000-$35,000 WITHOUT RESERVE

Turbocharged 1.0L 4-Cylinders

Automatic Transmission

Figaro Produced Only in 1991

47,870 Kilometers

Chassis: FK10003402

The Model: The Figaro was introduced at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show under the slogan “Back to the Future”. The name references the title character in the play The Marriage of Figaro by Pierre Beaumarchais. Based on the Nissan Micra, the Figaro was built at Aichi Machine Industry, a special projects group which Nissan would later call “Pike Factory”. As a fixed-profile convertible, the upper side elements of the Figaro’s bodywork remain fixed, while its fabric soft top retracts to provide a less fully open experience than a typical convertible. The Figaro was marketed in four colours representing the four seasons: Lapis Grey (Winter), Emerald Green (Spring), Pale Aqua (Summer) and Topaz Mist (Autumn). The Figaro was equipped with leather seats, air conditioning, CD player and a fixed-profile slide-back open roof. Prospective purchasers entered a lottery to purchase a Figaro.

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1991 Ferrari Testarossa

Tools and Books

Coachwork: Pininfarina

Last Year of The 80’s Supercar Icon

Estimate: $105,000 - $145,000

Legendary Heritage Gioacchino Colombo V-12 Engine

Chassis Number: ZFFSG17A2M0088565 Engine: 4,900 cc 48 Valve Flat 12 Cylinder Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel injection / 390 bhp 5-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel disc brakes Odometer: 35,900 miles

The Model: Released in 1984, the Testarossa was a somewhat divisive design. The Pininfarina design left behind the long swooping lines and instead gave the Testarossa short, sharp lines, and strakes that defined the profile and gave it its now iconic look. The radically modern design housed the 4.9 liter Columbo flat-12, given the red cylinder heads that gave the new Ferrari its name. The Testarossa quickly gained popularity and as Ferrari’s flagship, it would also be their top seller, the supercar out sold even it’s other less expensive models. The Car: In stunning Ferrari Rosso Corsa, this iconic Testarossa has spent its life being well maintained. The interior is full of supple black Italian leather that presents itself nicely. The redhead’s Flat-12 fires on command and is ready to put the nearly 400 HP to work. As one of the most practical supercars ever built, driving this car has been described as easy, what isn’t easy is returning to your daily driver.

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ot 13 L 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon Designer: Clare Mackichan Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000


265 CI V-8 engine

Automatic Transmission

Preservation Class

64,974 Miles Showing

The Car: Rarely does a car that is untouched or as original as this example is, ever found. Even rarer is seeing it come to the auction market. When a restorer wants to bring their Bel Air back to factory perfection, this will be the “pattern-car” used, for it will set the standard for authenticity. Preservation of a vehicle for 61 years is a testament to detailed dedication and pampered maintenance. A functional and utilitarian museum piece that will drive the family to car events in American style.

Chassis: VC57J178314 Engine: 265 cid OHV V-8 Cylinder Motor 2 Barrel Carburetor /162 bhp Automatic Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Model: One of the most iconic automotive designs ever is the 1957 Chevrolet, as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie. After the beautiful 1955 Chevrolet’s had wowed the American motorists, it was going to be a tough act to follow, but then the face­lifted 1956 edition came out and found similar acceptance in the market. For the 1957 model, Chevrolet stylist were worried with rumors flying there would be an entirely new Ford to go up against. But the final design won everyone’s approval at GM from Harley Earl down, and most importantly at the dealerships too. Combined with the good looks was the Chevrolet’s first use of optional fuel injection, and for the first time in the brand’s history, one horsepower per cubic inch was attainable. While this engine might have been aimed at the sporty Corvette, a number of these units made it into full­-size models, and nothing sizzled like a utilitarian Bel Air wagon tearing up the pavement with this small­-block surprise.

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ot 14 L 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy CSX 7000 Series Coachwork: AC Developer: Carroll Shelby Estimate: $150,000 - $225,000 WITHOUT RESERVE Chassis Number: CSX7006 Engine: 289 V-8 Cylinder 8 Single Barrel Carburetors / 500 ehp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Disc Brakes

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Authentic Shelby Continuation Factory Aluminum Body Fitted Performance Upgrades Knock Off Wheels and Roll Bar

The Model: When Carroll Shelby unleashed the Cobra, it was soon surrounding and devouring all of its competition. While the world of motorsports continued to progress in new directions, eventually these potent snakes on wheels were left behind. However, there was a generation that knew that the Cobra was truly the best sports car ever produced in America, maybe even the world. Within a few years of Shelby America’s decision to halt production, a number of Cobra replicas started to show up on the market. In the 1990’s, when Cobra fever hit a high, good old Carroll Shelby decided he had enough of “wannabe” Cobras flooding the market, many carrying his name. If the performance car public wanted a new Shelby Cobra, then he would be making them. The Car: Manufacturer to exact original specifications by Shelby this Authentic CSX 7000 Series was first sold to a collector dealer in San Antonio, Texas, it was then sold to a prominent Mexican collector. Fitted with competition options like roll bar and fire suppression system. Well cared for and excellent running condition.


ot 15 L 2002 Porsche Boxster Estimate: $20,000 - $35,000


2.7 Liter 6 Cylinder Engine

Tiptronic Transmission

Mid Engine 986 Series

42,500 Original Miles

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The Model: The Boxster is a mid-engined two-seater roadster built by Porsche. The Boxster’s name is derived from the word “boxer”, referring to the vehicle’s flat or “boxer” engine, and the word “roadster”, referring to the vehicle’s two-seater capacity and convertible top. The Boxster is Porsche’s first road vehicle to be originally designed as a roadster since the 550 Spyder. The first-generation Boxster (the 986) was introduced in late 1996; it was powered by a 2.5-litre flat six-cylinder engine. The design was heavily influenced by the 1992 Boxster Concept. In 2000, the base model was upgraded to a 2.7-litre engine and the new Boxster S variant was introduced with a 3.2-litre engine. Production of the 986 began at the former Porsche 928 facility in Stuttgart, Germany in 1996. Valmet Automotive also manufactured Boxsters under contract to Porsche at a facility in Uusikaupunki, Finland. The Boxster was Porsche’s biggest volume seller from its introduction in 1996 until the company introduced the Cayenne sport utility vehicle in 2003. As of September 2012, additional production of the 981 started at the former Karmann-factory in Osnabrück.

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1953 Jaguar XK120 SE Designer: Sir William Lyons Estimate: $105,000 - $145,000

3,442 cc 6-Cylinder

Desirable Performance SE Model

High Quality Restoration

Professional Mechanical Recommission Chassis Number: S680120 Mileage: 98,395 Miles Showing

The Model: The XK120 was launched in open two-seater or roadster form at the 1948 London Motor Show as a testbed and show car for the new Jaguar XK engine.The roadster caused a sensation, which persuaded Jaguar founder and design boss William Lyons to put it into production. Beginning in 1948, the first 242 cars wore wood-framed open 2-seater bodies with aluminium panels. Production switched to the 1cwt or 112 lb heavier all-steel in early 1950. The “120” in the name referred to the aluminium car’s 120 mph top speed, which made it the world’s fastest production car at the time of its launch. In 1954, NASCAR held a road-course race in New Jersey which would mark the only time a non-American built won a NASCAR event, the win going to an XK120 coupe.

The Car: With well executed panel fit underneath the nearly perfect Dove grey paint on this XK1210 shines nicely and will serve a new owner well. The black top and wire wheels nicely complement the exterior of the car, both also ready to continue service. Inside, the eye in immediately drawn to the burled walnut dash that houses the Smiths instruments. The red leather seats with color matched piping presents nicely is aging gracefully. Under the long, sleek bonnet the 3.4 liter is tuned up and ready to run. Included with the car is the spare tire and a toolkit. XKs made a splash when the first hit the market and continue to leave their mark today. No collection is complete without one...or two. 35

ot 17 L The Model: The perennial Mercedes-Benz R107 series is one of the most iconic luxury cars of the 70s and 80s. In movies and television the SL roadster was often the car seen cruising Rodeo Drive or through Miami Beach. It was a car that defined the marque and the era. Such was its enduring charm; it is surprising to recall the car was first introduced back in 1971. Known internally and by loyal fans as the R107 the car was designed in house at Sindelfingen by Karl Wilfert and his team. The styling was understated but elegant and highly sophisticated. Mercedes-Benz’s obsession with occupant and pedestrian safety through the 1960s led to a great number of subtle yet important design features that would trickle down to the rest of the line during the coming two decades. The SL roadster spoke to a new breed of luxury roadster buyers and went on to become the longest-running production passenger car in Mercedes history. Mechanically the R107 took a page from its predecessors riding on a unique platform but sharing engines and suspension components with its sedan counterparts. It was also incredibly well-built with a solidity and over-engineered feeling that few manufacturers past or present could match. Through the years of production Mercedes continually refined the formula adding ever increasing displacement V8 engines improved materials and refined design.The ultimate model in the R107 SL range is the 560SL. The big 5.6 liter V8 from the S-Class was shoehorned into the SL s engine bay to create a sporting car that was capable of 150mph performance while remaining quiet composed and sophisticated. It was the sports car for those who preferred not be ruffled when arriving at the club in style.

1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Designer: Daimler-Benz Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000


Chassis: WDBBA48D3HA066647

8 Cylinder Automatic

Performance Roadster

Soft Top and Hard Top

85,700 Miles Showing

ot 18 L 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Seville

8 Cylinder

Automatic Transmission

Estimate: $50,000 - $75,000

American Icon

Chassis: 5762056136

High Quality Restoration

1957 saw the Eldorado, in both convertible and Seville hardtop body styles, with a revised rear-end design featuring a low, downswept fenderline capped by a pointed in-board fin. The rear fenders were commonly referred to as “chipmunk cheeks”. This concept was used for two years, but did not spawn any imitators. Series 62 Eldorados (as distinct from the Series 70 Eldorado Brougham) were further distinguished by the model name above a V-shaped rear deck ornament and on the front fenders. The rear fender and deck contour was trimmed with broad, sculptured stainless steel beauty panels. Also seen were “shark” style fins pointing towards the back of the cars. A three section built in front bumper was another exclusive trait of the Series 62 Eldorados, which came with a long list of standard features.

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ot 19 L 1999 Chevrolet Corvette Targa Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000


Chassis Number: 1G1YY22G9X5103781 Odometer: 59,100 Original Miles

LS1 V8 Aluminum Engine

6 Speed Manual

Superb Reliable Performance

The Model: The C5 was the most completely redesigned Corvette since the Corvette’s inception in 1953. Production of the C5 Corvette actually began in 1996 but quality/manufacturing snafus saw its release to the public in mass delayed until 1997, and continuing through the 2004 model year. The C5 was a completely new design that featured many new concepts and manufacturing breakthroughs that would be carried forward to the C6 & C7. It had a top speed of 176 mph and was judged by the automotive press as a breakthrough with vastly improved dynamics in nearly every area over the previous C4 design.

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ot 20 L 1954 Ford Crestline “Glass Top” Designer: Gene Walker Estimate: $40,000-$60,000 Chassis Number: U4RF128475

Fuel injected 5.0 Liter RestoMod Drive-Train

Automatic Transmission and Disc Brakes

Air Conditioning

Professionally Built and Restored

The Car: Hand-picked teams skilled in the method of installing these tops insured the fit and weather-proofing of was complete. Skyliner was offered in only a handful of color selections of which this example is finished in Dovetone Gray. Under the hood the new overhead-valve V8 powered these cars with 20 more horses than the previous year’s flathead V8, using nearly identical displacement figures. Fitted with Ford-O-Matic transmission, this was the height of power and driving enjoyment. The ultimate drive for this car would be on a clear moonlit night, finding a rural setting and watching the stars go by through the roof of your own 1954 Ford Skyliner.

The Model: While 1949 might have brought out the most changed Ford since the 1928 Model A, and all-new sheet metal had arrived in 1952, for those who looked past the outside of the car, they found a whole new car. Ball-joint front suspension greatly improved handling, and the introduction of the first overhead valve V8 in the low-priced three, made Ford the one to follow. But it was the car’s design features that captured customers and the new Skyliner’s “seethrough top” fell right into the “Jet-Age” that buyers were looking for. Featuring a dark green, heavy-duty Plexiglass panel, it replaced the steel covering for the front half of the roof. Realizing how uncomfortable this could become on sunny warm days, a snap-in liner was provided to keep temperatures at bay. While the advertised list price was $2,333 when equipped with the optional V8, just 17,762 of these cars rolled off the assembly line.

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ot 21 L 1962 Alfa Romeo 2000 Designer: Touring Estimate: $125,000 - $165,000 Chassis Number: AR.10204.02879

Offers Enjoyable Sports Car Performance

One of the last 2000’s built

Factory minor change of the two functional hood scoops

California car truly rust free top to bottom

Engine: 2 Liter 4 cylinder Twin Side-draft Solex Carburetors / 131HP • Rare rear seat appear original and correct 5-Speed Transmission Odometer: 55,392 Miles Showing

The Model: In 1958, Alfa came out with a new sedan, which, with its larger 1,975cc engine, was called the 2000. There was, not surprisingly, a 2000 Spider, designed and built by Touring, and a 2000 Sprint Coupe done by Bertone, the latter introduced in 1960. The 2000 sedan had the uncommon feature of a column-mounted shifter for its five-speed transmission, while the Spider and Sprint retained the more sporting-oriented floor-mounted gear shift. The 1975cc four-cylinder engine, with duplex-chain driven twin overhead camshafts, hemispherical combustion chambers, and a pair of side-draft Solex carburetors, was tuned to deliver 131 horsepower, allowing the Touring-bodied roadster to easily exceed 100 mph. Its fully-synchronized five-speed transmission allowed fairly relaxed high-speed touring, and its large Alfin drum brakes were very effective for their day. The Car: This 1962 was one of the last 2000’s built with a minor change of the two functional hood scoops. Luckily Alfa did not change the split front bumper configuration that gives the car a great look. In addition, side vent windows were not added to the interim model change. These last cars were built in 1961, however were titled as 1962 models when sold. This particular California car is truly rust free top to bottom as the pictures show. The five speed transmission is mated to the very reliable and strong 2000 liter 4 cylinder motor for wonderful highway cruising. It drives and shifts perfectly through all 5 gears. Alfa Romeo designed the 2000 for just that purpose, as it was heavier than the smaller Giulia models. Finished in Alfa red with red and black leather interior, it makes a great statement. Seat belts have been added to the front and rear.

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ot 22 L 1966 Ford GT40 Mark I by RCR Designer: John Wyer Estimate: $120,000 - $145,000 •

RCR Reproduction of the 1969 GT40 MK1

Competition Ready for SVRA and SCCA Races

Air Conditioning

Texas Titled as a 1966 Ford

Chassis: 6Y87Z152822 Engine: Aluminum Dry-Sump Ford SVO 302 SVO Robert Yates racing heads 5 Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Disc Brakes


The Model: The GT40 story is a tale of how the underdog beat the giant. Known and loved by car enthusiasts around the world, it is a story of perseverance and triumph against the odds; a real-life legend. Henry Ford II, as an automotive magnate confined to spectatorship, expressed interest in a partnership with Enzo Ferrari and the pair brokered a deal that culminated in the imminent sale of Ferrari to Ford Motor Company in 1963. However, the deal was ill-fated and Ferrari severed ties at the 11th hours after millions of dollars in legal fees had changed hands. In 1963 Henry Ford established Ford Advanced Vehicles (FAV) specifically for the development of the forthcoming racing car, under the direction of John Wyer. The name “GT40” was coined from the production numbers of the subsequent cars, the GT for “Grand Touring” and the 40 representing the total height of the car in inches – a requirement for international endurance racing at the time. Winning the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans beating the Ford GT40 legend lives on today and the tale of triumph continues to inspire as it did decades ago.

The Car: This car is a faithful recreation of chassis number 1083—once owned and driven by Wilson Fittipaldi. The coachwork of the RCR GT40 is a precise recreation of the original GT40 Mk1—after all, the tooling was cast from an original car. It’s decked-out in period-correct livery with the appropriate vinyl vintage decals, Ford Racing Red and Wimbledon White paint. This reproduction is one of the most published cars of its kind. Built for the track, but street legal. This car comes with an extra set of track wheels (BRM Vintage) and tires (Hoosier). The engine is built with an aluminum 8.7 deck, Ford SVO 302, which produces 630hp (Dyno Tested). The gearbox is the coveted ZF 5-speed just like in the original. It has been completely & professionally rebuilt and all internals have been safety wired. From the driver’s seat, you can adjust the front/rear brake bias on the fly, you can activate the fire suppression system and you can monitor the vital statistics. The 6-point roll cage is unobtrusive and barely visible. Some of the instrument gauges serve two functions—for example, the oil temperature gauge will read the engine oil temp or the transaxle oil temp when you flick the toggle. The speedometer is an extremely accurate 200 mph device! In addition to those gauges, you can also monitor the fuel level for both tanks, the fuel pressure, oil pressure, volts, and water temp all going in and out of the engine.

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ot 23 L 1967 Jaguar E-Type Coupe Estimate: $110,000 - $135,000 Chassis Number: 1E 33230

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate Numbers Matching 4.2 Liter Inline 6 4-Speed Manual Transmission Odometer: 56,000 Miles Showing

The Car – Physical condition of the vehicles sheet metal is very good with no dents, dings, or rust. All body panels appear original to the car, and fitment is perfect. The vehicle has been repainted red from its original green, and paint is in very good condition, with only a couple of stone chips on the nose, and a small scratch on the left rear fender. Glass and chrome are in very good condition. With an interior that shows that this car has been well cared for. Engine starts and idles smoothly. Transmission and clutch function very well, and shifts easily. The brakes are responsive and pull the car to a straight stop. Steering is smooth, and tracks straight. Amp gauge shows charging, oil pressure is good, and temperature is normal.


The Model – While Sir William Lyons hand had guided the designs of Jaguar since the end of WWII, pioneering streamline designs were becoming as sleek as one can imagine and the talented hand of a little known about stylist, Malcolm Sayer, created a design that today, more than 50 years later, is still the watermark of form following function in the automotive world. Officially known as the “E-Type” to most Americans the moniker XKE is much more common and in the current world of quality collector cars, these sleek little “Open Two-Seaters” have because sought after. During the run of the E-type the basic styling was retrained, though simple improvements were always being made. The purist form of this car is with the 3.8 Liter engine.


Estimate: $180,000 - $250,000


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1984 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Group B Peugeot Talbot Sport (PTS) “C Prototype (Mule) Active Suspension Special Projects by GM / Lotus

Chassis Number: VF3741R76E5100091 Engine: 4 Cyl / 300 HP 5-Speed Manual Gearbox All Wheel Drive Active Suspension Odometer: 15,920 Original Miles •

Sibling 1984 Peugeot 205 T16 Evolution was the World Rally Champion

34 Year Ownership by GM Heritage Collection

Number 91 of 200 total produced with only a hand full upgraded by Peugeot Talbot Sport

Less than 30 road cars are believed to have upgraded to the PTS “Club” Package

Originally Acquired by GM by Lotus for Developmental Research Prototype (Mule)

Aluminum Roll Bar and Competition Prepared

Prototype Developmental Active Suspension

Fitted with Prototype Four Wheel Steering “HICAS”

The Model: “The cat is out of the bag” This mid-engined, four-wheel-drive, turbocharged beast whose race version sibling dominated the Group B rallying through the mid-1980s with two world championships, was used as the canvas for a secret developmental mule acquired by General Motors via Lotus for engineering research and to develop a groundbreaking active suspension special project. Out of the highly desirable limited 200 production 1984 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Group B cars, it is believed that only around 30 got upgraded by Peugeot Talbot Sport (PTS) with the performance “Club” Clubman Package which boosted performance to 300hp among other chassis improvements and competition upgrades which prepared the vehicle for club competition comparable to its World Rally Champion sibling: the Evolution 1 and 2 edition. Only two of the road version 205’s were acquired by GM and fitted with PTS “Club” for competition research. Of the two, only one was used as a developmental mule for the “Active Suspension Special Project” which is chassis #0091 as it is offered here. Lotus develop and fitted this car with a fully integrated system that included active suspension, four wheel drive “tank drive” control and complemented by rear steering. Active suspension was engineered by Lotus for its Formula One development and GM who wanted to apply the ground breaking technology inWroad Corvette W W. M O T O S T A Lmodels. GIA.COM

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The Car: The 1 of 1 developmental mule Turbo 16 being offered here is arguably the finest example of this iconic and already rare Group B Peugeot. Acquired by GM from new where it has been hidden from the outside world for now 34 years and now out of the GM heritage collection, it has a mere 15,920 miles since new. Fitted with an aluminum roll bar and competition seats, this beast will likely drop jaws at the local cars and coffee and will be very much admired and respected in any historic competition or world event. An opportunity that is very unlikely to be repeated, this exemplary rally heritage unicorn with americana competition research history will likely be unattainable for another 34 years. For those interested in extensibly more Group B history with quotes and interviews about chassis #0091, the GM / Lotus Sacred Program, and the personalities involved in this magnificent car, please visit www.RallyGroupBShrine.org 51 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

ot 25 L 1994 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Designer: Jerry Palmer Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000


LT5 V-8 32 Valves - 405 HP

6 Speed Manual

1 of 448 Produced

Factory 3” Wider Than Convetional Model

Chassis Number: 1G1YZ22J7R5800216 Engine: Aluminum 350 CI DOHC 32 valve V-8 LT-5 Fuel Injection / 405 hp 6-Speed Transmission 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Odometer: 53,800 Miles

The Model: Chevrolet swung for the fences when they developed the ZR-1. It would be their attempt to dominate the sports car market, and it did take leaps and bounds in modernizing their flagship sports car. The C4 ushered in modern suspension, tuned port fuel injection and a more subdued shape with celebrated aerodynamics that offered a fresh American sports car from the dated lines of the C3. Partnering with the Lotus Group, the Corvette folks developed what would be the heart of the ZR-1, the all-new LT-5. The wildly modern engine design was powerful and reasonably efficient with 16 injectors, which at full blast delivered 405 HP to the 275/40ZR17s on the 11-inch wheels. In order to house those extra meaty tires, the designers gave the ZR-1 its most distinguishing feature by widening the car. Suspension upgrades were also made, making the ZR-1 handle as well as it accelerated. It should be noted that its MSRP price tag was nearly double from the base model and customers were known to have paid in excess of $20,000 above MSRP to get their hands on a ZR-1.

The Car: This limited production ZR-1 sports the original and classic color combination of the “little red corvette�. ZR-1s are in fact bigger as they were factory built for the track with massive rear tires and factory wider suspension stand making the car inches wider overall than its standard C4 counterpart. Equipped with an adjustable steering wheel, air conditioning, cruise control, fog lights, heated mirrors, power locks, power mirrors, power seats, power steering, power windows, and a premium sound system this is a drivers dream!

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1962 Porsche 356 S Coupe T6 Designer: Kharmann

Estimate: $85,000 - $125,000 Chassis Number: 121113

Factory “S” Coupe Twin Grill Model

Kardex Build Sheet

Matching Numbers

Single California Owner Since 1968

Original Body and Interior

The Model: The Porsche 356 was conceived with the premise that a small car with extra power would provide an undeniably wonderful driving experience. That premise proved to be valid with the production of the “S” model. The 356’s S engine was upgraded from 60 hp to 75. The added power pair with requinesable Porsche handling characteristics create a driving experience that only a genuine Porsche can deliver.


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2007 Shelby GT500

Exceptionally Clean Condition Inside & Out

Estimate: $55,000 - $75,000

#74 of 500 Produced

Chassis Number: 1ZVHT88S675225497

Shaker 500 Stereo

Engine: 5.4L OHV V8 Supercharged/500 bhp 6-Speed Tremec Transmission Brembo Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Odometer: 002,280 Miles

The Model: The Model: With renewed life, Shelby American was up and running again, taking stock Mustangs and creating legends. With Carroll Shelby at the forefront, he continued to prove that his favorite car was the “next one”. While customer were lining up for the new GT500, there would only be a limited number who could get the 40th Anniversary edition. In addition to the proper badging, there were the 20” Shelby Razor wheels produced by American Racing, plus carbon fiber lower front fascia splitter aluminum hood grille inserts, a special stripe package plus front and rear brake cooling duct kits. Under the hood supercharging developed in conjunction with Ford so as to meet emission standards, gave the fuel just enough push to belt out an honest 500 HP. The big-block sound from the Borla exhaust system using the cat-back system, will turn heads whenever the engine is revved. The The interior décor carried over the 40th Anniversary theme including a special commemorative plaque mounted to the dashboard. When this model was unveiled at Ford’s booth during the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the press was ready to re-crown Shelby as the King of Speed.


ot 28 L 2004 Bentley Arnage T-24 Mulliner

Chassis Number: SCBLF34F94CX09934 Engine: 6.75 Liter Twin Turbo V8

Estimate: $40,000 - $65,000


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Distinctive Cues Commemorating Le Mans Victory

1 of 24 Models Factory Produced

28,550 Original Miles

The Model: In 2004 the Bentley Arnage T was restyled by Bentley Mulliner. The goal was to give the Arnage T clear visual links to the Bentley Speed 8s race car that won Le Mans in June 2003. The Bentley Arnage T-24 was given special identifying features like distinctive louvres on the front fenders, highly-polished split-rim, 19 inch alloy wheels, quad exhaust pipe finishers, carbon-fiber inserts for the dash gauge surround and ‘T-24 Mulliner’ kick plates.

The Car: #19 of only 24 made for the US this is a celebration of Bentley’s sixth win in the Le Mans 24-hours. This Arnage T Mulliner is a culmination of everything Bentley embodied at the time: power, performance, luxury, and attention to detail and style. Interior appointments include the full mulliner spec interior with diamond patterned seating and door pads, push button ignition, “T-24” badge radio cover, navigation, tray tables for rear passengers, and reclining rear seating. This car has been properly stored and serviced by the book throughout ownership and is documented in Bentley’s registry.



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1995 Dodge Viper R/T Roadster • WITHOUT RESERVE• • Chassis Number: 1B3BR65E8SV201433 • Estimate: $45,000 - $65,000

8.0-Liter 10-Cylinder / 6-Speed Manual Removable Soft Convertible Top and Windows Factory Air Conditiong Model Completely Original Unmodified

Odometer: 16,900 Original Miles

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The Model: The first prototype was tested in January 1989. It debuted in 1991 with two pre-production models as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500 when Dodge was forced to substitute it in place of the Japanese-built Dodge Stealth because of complaints from the United Auto Workers, and went on sale in January 1992 as the RT/10 Roadster. The centerpiece of the car was its engine. Lamborghini, then owned by Chrysler Corporation, helped with the casting of the V10 out of aluminum alloy for the Viper, which was based on the Chrysler LA V8 engine. It completes a quarter mile (402 m) in 12.6 seconds and has a maximum speed of over 150 mph (240 km/h). Its large tires allow the car to average close to one lateral g in corners, placing it among the elite cars of its day. The Viper was engineered to be a performance car, with no exterior-mounted door handles or key cylinders (to enter the Viper, you would unzip a soft vinyl window, and reach into the interior to pull the interior door release handle), and no air conditioning, this was later added as an option in later model Vipers. However, the Viper was still equipped with some features in order to allow it to be tolerable as a daily driver. Some of these features included manually-adjustable sport leather-trimmed bucket seats with lumbar support, an A/M-F/M stereo cassette player with clock and high-fidelity sound system, and interior carpeting. Aluminum-alloy wheels were larger in diameter due to the larger brakes. A lightweight fiberglass hard roof option on later models was also available to cover the canvas soft roof, and shipped with each new Viper. There were also no airbags, in the interest of weight reduction. 59 59

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The Model: The XK120 was launched in open two-seater or roadster form at the 1948 London Motor Show as a testbed and show car for the new Jaguar XK engine.The roadster caused a sensation, which persuaded Jaguar founder and design boss William Lyons to put it into production. Beginning in 1948, the first 242 cars wore wood-framed open 2-seater bodies with aluminium panels. Production switched to the 1cwt or 112 lb heavier all-steel in early 1950. The “120” in the name referred to the aluminium car’s 120 mph top speed, which made it the world’s fastest production car at the time of its launch. In 1954, NASCAR held a road-course race in New Jersey which would mark the only time a non-American built won a NASCAR event, the win going to an XK120 coupe.

1954 Jaguar XK120 SE Estimate: $105,000 - $145,000

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Chassis Number: S678020 Engine: 3442 cc DOHC in-line 6-cylinder 2 X HU6 SU Carburetors/180 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes

The Car: With well executed panel fit underneath the nearly perfect Dove grey paint on this XK1210 shines nicely and will serve a new owner well. The black top and wire wheels nicely complement the exterior of the car, both also ready to continue service. Inside, the eye in immediately drawn to the burled walnut dash that houses the Smiths instruments. The red leather seats with color matched piping presents nicely is aging gracefully. Under the long, sleek bonnet the 3.4 liter is tuned up and ready to run. Included with the car is the spare tire and a toolkit. XKs made a splash when the first hit the market and 61 continue to leave their mark today. No collection is complete without one...or two. W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1961 Ferrari 250 GTE Series i Coachwork: Pininfarina Estimate: $500,000 - $625,000

Chassis Number: 2919 GT Engine: 128 F

Engine: 2,953 CC SOHC Tipo 128F V-12 Engine Three Weber 40 DCL Carburetors One of the finest preservation 250’s in existence 240 BHP at 7,000 RPM Less than 320 Series 1 GTEs Built 4-Speed Manual Gearbox with Overdrive 4-Wheel Dunlop Disc Brakes Documented by Renowned Marcel Massini

Strikingly Original Unrestored Condition

Books, Tools and Complete History File

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Odometer: 70,220 Miles Showing

The Model: In order to achieve a more comfortable Grand Tourer, the cockpit is more generous than the 250 GT Berlinetta “Tour de France”, thanks to an increase of almost a foot in length and just over two inches in width. The interior layout of the 250 GTE is luxurious with things like the rear seats separated by a central armrest with an ashtray. The dashboard is covered with a black leather while the eight instruments, circled with chrome Veglia, informing the driver of the condition of the engine are integrated into a panel usually of the color of the bodywork. Compared to the PF Coupé, the trunk volume is increased to potentially accommodate the luggage of four people. To increase its sales of passenger vehicles and thus finance its very expensive racing scuderia, Ferrari decided to develop an automobile capable of attracting a new clientele, eager to combine the functionality with sportiness of a GT4. Described as “a passenger car not only big, but also glorious” the 250 GTE was the best-selling Ferrari of its time.


The Car: The 246th example built, 2919 GT is a late Series I GTE distinguished by its grille-mounted driving lights, threelight taillamps, and revised Series II-style dashboard treatment. With largely original paint having only a few small areas of touchup. The interior is spectacularly well preserved, with nearly all of the original upholstery, carpets, and headliner intact. Wonderful period details abound, from the Blaupunkt radio in the console. A mechanical restoration was done in the late 1970s and it has been very well maintained since. The inspected paintwork appears to be largely original, with an area of visible blending on the right rear fender. Likely one of the few remaining GTEs in exceptional, unrestored condition, 2919 GT possesses a charming patina throughout.

The Provenance: Mr. Alexander, San Francisco, California (acquired new via Ferrari Representatives of Hollywood in 1961) Betty Wyars, Wasco, Oregon (acquired from the above in 1966) Martin Family, Beaverton, Oregon (acquired from the above in August 1977) Current Owner (acquired from the above) EXHIBITED Forest Grove Rotary Concours d’Elegance, July 1980 Forest Grove Rotary Concours d’Elegance, July 1992 LITERATURE Hilary A. Raab Jr., Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, chassis no. listed on p. 37 THIS CAR The 250 GTE presented here, chassis 2919 GT, was completed at the Ferrari factory in November 1961 and originally painted white with black leather upholstery and contrasting red carpets. The first owner, Mr. Alexander, took delivery of the new Ferrari in Italy and then air freighted the car to his home in San Francisco. Serviced and maintained by local dealer Charles Rezzaghi Motors, 2919 GT remained with Mr. Alexander until spring 1966, when it was sold to Betty Wyars of Wasco, Oregon. Mrs. Wyars kept the GTE for more than a decade and then advertised it for sale in the Oregonian, asking $10,000 for a car she described as being “in mint condition, all original, 50,000 miles.” In August 1977, David Martin of Beaverton, Oregon, acquired 2919 GT and it remained in his family’s ownership for over three decades. The white 250 GTE was a frequent sight at local Ferrari events and classic car shows until the early 1990s, when it was retired from regular use and stored in the family garage.The sale of this time-capsule Ferrari is accompanied by an impressive file of supporting documentation that includes receipts, correspondence, photos, and registration records, some dating as far back as Betty Wyars’ ownership. A history report compiled by Marcel Massini, an owner’s manual, and a tool roll are also included with the GTE. A classic 250 Ferrari with a delightful history and an irreplaceable character, 2919 GT is among the most appealing GTEs to be found.

ot 32 L 1951 MG TD Roadster Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000


1250cc 4-Cylinder Dual SU Carburetors 4-Speed Manual Single Ownership for Over 40 Years Frame-off Restored

Chassis Number: XPAGTDLHX5331


The Model: The 1950 TD Midget announced in January 1950 combined the TC’s drivetrain, a modified hypoid-geared rear axle, the MG Y-type chassis, a familiar T-type style body and independent suspension on front axle using coil springs from the MG Y-type saloon. There was still no fuel gauge, but the 12 British gallons (15 US gallons) of tank capacity gave a range between refuelling stops of about 300 miles and a green light on the facia flashed a “warning” when the fuel level was down to about 3 US gallons.

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1967 ISO Rivolta

Coachbuilder: Bertone By: Giorgetto Giugiaro Estimate: $85,000 - $110,000 Chassis Number: 1R820766 Engine: 327 cid OHV V8 4-barrel carburetor/250 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 71,350 miles

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The Model: Originally founded in the 1930’s Iso, originally named Isothermos, was a leader in the production of refrigeration units. After the war, Renzo Rivolta had taken reigns and in 1953 refounded the company as Iso AutoVeicoli with the primary purpose of producing motorcars. Hitting a homerun with their first product, they had developed a little “bubble-car” known as the Isetta. In reality, Iso profited more from the licensing fees collected from other manufacturers that built the little Isetta under license, like BMW, which found out-standing success with the little front-door opening coupes. In 1963 the Iso Rivolta was born, featuring a modern contemporary design that many consider Giugiaro’s finest work. The Rivolta was a marriage of fine Italian coachwork and proven American horsepower from Chevrolet sourced 327 V8’s. Designed to be a Grand Tourer, its suspension used uneven front linkage set-up connected to a sturdy sway bar, aided by a rear suspension comprised of twin trailing arms combined with De Dion rear axle and Watt’s linkage. Coils, shocks and disc brakes were found on all four corners. Production was limited and today the Rivolta is highly sought-after, described by many as a dependable Ferrari with same coachwork fit and finish as the prancing horse with known reliability and power of Corvette. The Car: This car could be the muscular four-seats you may experience. No disappointments with this Rivolta as it was treated to a complete restoration that was completed in 2012. It is presented in a rich coffee-brown metallic with a soft beige leather interior that covers not only the luxurious seats, but also carried over to the door panels and the dash panel. The black-leather wrapped factory steering wheel is mounted ahead of a full set of gages that are all functional and easy to read. Under the hood, the Chevrolet 327 V8 has been refurbished and is reported to be in good running condition. Sitting level during a brief road-test this Rivolta performed just as it was designed with excellent acceleration, cornering and braking abilities. It is ready for touring duties, ready to deliver satisfying results in any service the new owner desires.


ot 34 L 1972 Renault Estafette Estimate: $45,000 - $75,000


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4-Cylinder - Manual Transmission Very Rare Panel Model Recently Imported Exquisite Restoration

The Model: Launched in June 1959, the new van was to be called the Estafette from the Italian Staffetta, meaning Courier. At launch, the engine, although mounted near the front of the Estafette, was of the same size and output as that fitted to the recently introduced Renault Dauphine. The Estafette’s emphasis was always on economy and practicality rather than on power or heavy-duty performance. The Renault Estafette was a light commercial front-wheel drive van, initially using the water-cooled Renault Ventoux engine, then later the Cléon-Fonte engine in a range of body styles. Following the launch of the Estafette, Renault became the only automaker in the world to simultaneously produce and sell vehicles with all three of the drivetrain configurations commonly used, with the front engined front wheel drive Estafette, along with various rear engined rear wheel drive cars such as the Dauphine and the front engined rear wheel drive Frégate and the ageing Dauphinoise.

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ot 35 L 1936 Peugeot 402 Coach Designer: Dante Giacosa

Estimate: $80,000 - $110,000 Chassis Number: 606600

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4-Cylinder / 4 Speed Manual

Rare 2 Suicide Door Coach Version

Single Family Ownership Since 1973

Original Well Preserved

The Model: The Peugeot 402 is a large family car produced in Sochaux, France from 1935 to 1942 by Peugeot. The 402 was characterized by what became during the 1930s a “typically Peugeot” front end, with headlights well set back behind the grille. Streamlining was a feature of French car design in the 1930s, as can be seen by comparing the Citroën Traction Avant or some of the Bugatti models of the period with predecessor models. Peugeot was among the first volume manufacturers to apply streamlining to the extent exemplified by the 402. Even by 1930s standards, the range of different 402 models based on the single chassis was large, comprising at one stage, by one estimate, sixteen different body types, from expensive steel bodied convertible cars, to family saloons which were among the most spacious produced in France. The Car - This is a rare 2-door, 6 seater coach. Originally delivered new in France, on August 7, 1938. Restored some time ago, it sports a later B version grille and the light green paint presents well with well-preserved green trim lines. The upholstery has been completely redone in cloth. After sitting for several years it has been brought back to life and is running well. A rather unusual car, this elegant coach version will ensure its future owner to travel in an efficient, original and reliable pre-war machine.

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ot 36 L 1959 Mercedes Benz 220S Designer: Dr. Fritz Nallinger Estimate: $135,000 - $175,000 Chassis Number: 180030N8517551 Engine:2.2 liter Inline 6-cylinder 4-Speed Column-Shift Manual Transmission


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Inline 6-Cylinder Dual Carburetion 120HP Iconic Wood Dash Fitted with Red Leather Upholstery Comfortable Usable Example Very Attractive Restoration

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The Model: In the final iteration of the “Ponton”, the 220S gave Benz buyers exactly what they wanted, especially in the Cabriolet models. Dripping with elegance, driver and passengers alike are treated to the best in both hard and soft surfaces, with every square inch of the interior either covered in top-quality leather or rich, hand-crafted wood. As is usually the case, the finer things in life come with a hefty price tag. For the 220S, buyers could expect to pay a full 75 percent more for the distinction of driving the company’s flagship model. The Car:The elegant white paint is fresh, clean, smooth and only slightly upstaged by the brilliant bright work that gives this cabriolet the touch of class the S series is known for. With the nearly new black top tucked away, the exterior color combination quickly gives way to the red leather interior. Inside, the product of a quality, if older restoration, shows little to no wear. The upholstery appears to have been rarely sat on and is accented with mostly original woodwork. Behind the distinctive grille, the engine bay is well maintained and houses the pampered 2.2-liter engine. This top-model nearly perfectly preserves the history of one of the legendary brands of both car collecting and modern motoring. 71 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Designer: Pininfarina Estimate: $275,000 - $355,000 Chassis Number: 6813 Engine no. 8613


Engine: 300 bhp, 3,967 cc SOHC V-12 engine Three Weber carburetors 4-speed with Overdrive manual transmission Odometer: 76,099 Miles Showing

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A California Car For Most of Its Life Matching Numbers Engine Borrani Wire Wheels / Nardi Steering Wheel Usable Classic Italian Performance The Car: Introduced at the Brussels Motor Show of January 1964, Ferrari’s 330 GT 2+2 was the replacement for the outgoing 250 GT 2+2, and it notably elevated the prior four-seat platform with advanced mechanical elements and improved aesthetics. Most importantly, the new model received a larger and more powerful version of the Colombo short-block engine that displaced 4.0 liters and was good for 300 horsepower. Factory driver Mike Parkes was a key contributor to the 330’s development, even claiming credit for the eye-catching dual-headlamp front fascia.

The Model: The product of long term ownership, this GT is wearing an older, but quality repaint in a correct Amaranto hue with correct and consistent gaps. A California car for most of its life, from 1973 to 2012, the 4 seater has been regularly treated to proper care and maintenance, with an engine-out rebuild and mechanical freshening completed by Luiz Ferraria Inc in 1990. Inside the black, plush leather seats for four remain full of life, complemented by a a crackfree wooden steering wheel and dash. Delivered new through Luigi Chinetti Motors, Inc. in Greenwich, CT this italian was built to U.S. specifications and has optional power windows. The numbers-matching V-12 nestled under the hood runs well and has seen limited mileage since it was refreshed. The demand for early V12 Ferraris has been steadily growing and shows no signs of relenting. Great opportunity to grab this largely original car before quality examples have all been snached up.

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ot 38 L 1964 Autobianchi Bianchina Estimate: $35,000 - $60,000


Chassis Number: 005265

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Designer: Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche Estimate: $40,000 - $55,000

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2003 Porsche 911 Turbo/996 Targa

Chassis Number: WP0BA29973S635339 Engine: 3.6 L 6-cylinder DOHC 24-valve flat-6, aluminum block and heads, Bosch Motronic ME7.8 engine-control system with port fuel injection

The Model: Described as “The world’s most expensive sunroof” this 911 was built to provide the fun of a convertible but the security of a coupe. Powered by two electric motors, the roof deploys in about eight seconds, providing an open area twice as big as that of a standard sunroof. A wind deflector has been integrated into the roof which protects the passengers from drafts and buffeting. Finished in Basalt Black Metallic with black leather interior this Targa is equipped with keyless entry, Bose sound package, heated front seats, rain-sensing wipers, heated mirrors, power windows, adjustable leather steering wheel, auto-dimming mirror, fog lights, and air conditioning. 75

ot 40 L 1999 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millennium Edition #7 Designer: Marcello Gandini and Tom Gale Estimate: $325,000 - $400,000

Final Edition Millennium Metallico Roadster

1 of 10 Produced for USA

Only 30 Units Worldwide Production

Chassis Number: ZA9RU31B4XLA12375 Engine: 5.7 Liter All Aluminum Quad Valve DOHC V12/ 529 HP Multipoint Fuel Injection, Electronic Engine Control Five Speed Manual Transmission 4-wheel Disc Brakes with ABS Odometer: 8,370 Original Miles The Model: One of only 30 built worldwide and number 7 of 10 for the United States. Millennium Metallico Roadster, this final edition Roadster was first announced to U.S. Lamborghini dealers in November 1999 and shown at the Detroit Auto Show in early 2000. Total production was 30 worldwide, with a limited series of just 10 cars for the United States market. These U.S. cars were only finished in an exclusive Millennium Titanium paint color and were fitted with a bare carbon fiber rear wing. The interiors were a combination of black and light grey leather which helped brighten the look. Another unique addition to the Millennium Roadster was the use of the Diablo SV’s 1:2.53 ratio Bevel gear type differential (while still retaining the VT drivetrain) instead of the usual VT 1:2.41 ratio which gave this particular Diablo Roadster a phenomenal driving experience with quicker acceleration compared to all previous VT Roadsters.

The Car: Formed in the only color offered, Millennium Titanium, this Italian bull’s finish is factory correct. Lacking a contrasting trim the exotic lines speak for themselves. With just 8,370 miles showing on the clock, this complete-and-correct exotic is a showroom example of Lamborghinis first modern supercar. Featuring the finest Italian hides the interior is hand-tooled leather, black and light grey leather in hue and in nearly perfect in condition. This Diablo comes with all of the creature comforts you can not live without like full climate control, power mirrors and locks and even a tilt wheel. The V12 power plant, the heart of this fierce bull, is well maintained and ready to hit the road. The clutch and transmission shift between the five gears seamlessly moving between the stainless steel gates with hand built precision. With only 10 originally exported to the United States, now is the time to capture a rare and final tribute to the roadster.

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ot 41 L 1969 Jaguar EType 2+2 Designer:Malcolm Sayer

Approximately 500 Miles Since Restoration

Factory Air Conditioning

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4-Speed Manual

Chassis Number: P1R42844 Engine: 4.2 Liter DOHC Inline 6 Cylinder Dual SU Carburetor/ 265bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Front Disc Rear drum Brakes Odometer: 57,000 Miles Showing

The Model: Easily recognized by it elongated hood and low roof line the Jaguar E-Type has become something of a legend. It sported a twin cam engine in either 3.6 liter 4.2, but by 1969 was limited to the former. The E-Type was widely regarded for its good look, but also as reasonably priced sports car. Though the American model was relieved of it three SU carburetors rather being given a pair of strombergs, Jag still developed a reputation as a street machine.

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The Car: The Brits have never been much for subtlety, and this eye-popping E-type is no different. This fixed-head coupe is restored from the ground up and dressed in fresh Carmen red paint, gleaming chrome wire-wheels wrapped with nostalgic red-line tires. Only 500 miles have been clocked since the refresh was completed, presenting a turnkey opportunity for a new owner. Configured as a 2+2, inside you’ll find four bucket-seats covered in fine black hides. The odometer tucked into the cluster of Smith gauges only shows 57,000 miles: the total distance the previous owner believes it traveled. Creature comforts abound inside with a Blaupunkt cassette stereo, and factory A/C. The legendary 4.2 under the hood wasn’t forgotten during the restoration. Tuned for the road the twin Strombergs and dual exhaust deliver an unmistakably Jaguar note when a curvy back road provides an opportunity to pin the pedal to the floor. Plucked from its home of 47 years, this E-type begging for a caring forever home.

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2014 Jaguar XKR-S GT Coupe

1 of 25 Limited Production

Estimate: $ 125,000 - $155,000

Offers Enjoyable Super Sports Car Performance

• 0 to 60 in 3.9 Seconds Chassis: SAJWA4HA7EMB52616 • Modern Classic and Collectable Limited Engine: 5.0 Liter V-8 Production Jaguar

Supercharged 550 HP

6 Speed Automatic Transmission

Only 00275 original miles as new

The Model: The XKR-S GT was available in one color, Polaris White with black racing stripes. The interior is finished in charcoal gray with red accents. With only 25 making the trip to the United States. The GT package includes ceramic braking system with yellow calipers, unique carbon fiber vented hood, carbon fiber rear spoiler, carbon fiber front dive planes and rear diffuser, unique wheels, specific badging, Alcantara interior surfaces, black bonnet stripes, wider front track, sport exhaust system, 550 HP supercharged V8, navigation, Bowers and Wilkins premium audio, heated multicontour sport seats, contrasting stitching in red, piano black trim, and Bluetooth. The carbon ceramic braking system has an automatic pre-filling and pressurizing brake system as the driver lifts off the throttle for quick topof-pedal response. The entire suspension has been revised with a wider front track, increased camber, and revised bushings; the adaptive damping system is height-adjustable, and the steering has been tweaked with a quicker ratio.


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4 Cylinder

Technical Director: Fritz Nallinget

4 Speed Manual

Estimate: $165,000 - $195,000

Superb German Roadster

Highest Quality Restoration

1959 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL

The Model- One of the most impressive German sports cars to come to America in the early 1950’s was the mighty 300SL from Mercedes­-Benz. Top importer Max Hoffman conveyed to the factory that a smaller, less expensive version of this legendary car, would generate strong sales in the USA. In less than five months, the prototype for the 190 SL was unveiled and as predicted, it was a success. Styling Many of the basic parts were sourced from other Mercedes models, such as the shortened chassis coming from the 180 sedan, which also contributed the front suspension, while the rear single­-joint swing ­axle came from the 220 series. Between May 1955 to the end of production in February 1963, a total of 25,881 examples were produced, and with only a few minor modifications along the way.

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2001 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage V12 Estimate: $40,000 - $65,000 Chassis Number: SCFAB423X1K401463

12 Cylinder 420HP

Automatic Transmission

Luxurious Performance

9,800 Original Miles

The Model: The DB7, known internally as the NPX project, was made mostly with resources from Jaguar and had the financial backing of the Ford Motor Company, owner of Aston Martin from 1988 to 2007. The DB7’s platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS’s, though with many changes. The styling started life as the stillborn Jaguar F type designed by Keith Helfet. Ford cancelled this car and the general design was grafted onto an XJS platform. The styling received modest changes by Ian Callum so that it looked like an Aston Martin. The first generation Jaguar XK-8 also uses an evolution of the XJ-S/DB7 platform and the cars share a family resemblance, though the Aston Martin was significantly more expensive and unusual. In 1999, the more powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Its 5.9 litre, 48-valve, V12 engine produced 420 bhp and 400 lb ft of torque. It has a compression ratio of 10.3:1. Transmissions were available with either a TREMEC T-56 six speed manual or a ZF 5HP30 five speed automatic gearbox. Aston Martin claimed it had a top speed of either 186 mph with the manual gearbox or 165 mph with the automatic gearbox, and would accelerate from 0–60 mph in 4.9 seconds.


ot 45 L 1992 MINI Cooper Rover Cabriolet Designer: Alec Issigonis Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000


Engine: 1275cc OHV in-line 4-cylinder Fuel injected/90 bhp 4-Speed Manual Transmission Hydraulic Disc Front and Drum Rear Brakes Chassis Number: 5AXXNNBYNBD110007 Odometer: 51,000 Original Miles

1 of 75 Factory Produced

Usine Factory Ground Effects and Wheels

One owner from new!

Carefully maintained

The Model: After the end of WWII, a number of small manufacturers in Europe began producing econ-o-mobiles, which Alec Issigonis call “bubble-cars”. They were cheap, reliability was a challenge, often quite uncomfortable and performance was a joke. Working with BMS, Issigonis would settle for a vehicle that remedied all those situations and the Mini was born. After the first units were sold in the early 1960’s, constant improvements were rolled into production models. A strange thing happened, some privateers began to enter the little Mini’s in road-rally events, and stranger yet, they were coming home as winners. Throughout the 1960’s and into the 1970’s, the legend of the Mini grew. Even after they had gone out of production, the British built Mini’s, and a number of other built under license in other countries became hot-ticket items for those wanting to 86 get into the world of rally racing. So popular that in 2002, under BMW leadership, the Mini marque was reborn and today thrives in the new-car market place around the world.

The Car: After the acquisition of Rover by BMW, it was decided that a limited series of Mini convertibles should be produced by the factory in order to rejuvenate the brand. They were particularly recognizable by their specific bumpers. Only 75 units of this model market were produced. The model on offer is a genuine factory convertible, bought new and registered by its last owner, which makes the car a firsthand. This charming little cabriolet has now done less than 51,000 miles. The body, in a dark green color with gold edging, is in good condition. The elegant interior is in beige leather, and it is well preserved. The grey canvas top has been replaced. In 2013, the rear brakes were refurbished and the ball joints replaced. The clutch was changed and the gearbox serviced in 2015 when the car had 48,000 miles on the clock. Four new shock absorbers were fit87 ted in 2017. This cabriolet is a rarity, both modern and delightfully retro. It will delight its new owner for city or beach drives. 87

ot 46 L 1951 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet Coachwork: Pininfarina Estimate: $85,000 - $115,000 Chassis Number: 898621 Engine: 1100 cc 4 Cylinder Dual Carburetor 4-Speed Transmission

Pininfarina design reflecting of award winning Cisitalia

Wonderful patina in highly elegant cabriolet

Newly introduced to the american collector market

The Car: Simca or Société Industrielle de Mécanique et Carrosserie Automobile as they were known in their native France formed in order to build Fiats for the French car market since 1934. The Simca-Sport story begins at the Paris Motor Show in 1948, when Simca exhibits an elegant Pininfarina designed prototype, as requested by the brand. Enthusiastic by this car, the boss of Simca, Henri Pigozzi, decides to commercialize it and entrusts Facel Metallon to craft it. It returns to the exhibition the following year in coupe and convertible versions, with the Aronde substructure and the name Simca-Sport. These highly elegant cars remind us of the Cisitalia cars of the same era.

The Model: Originally introduced in 1949 this beautiful little sports car was designed by Pininfarina. This Simca 8 Sport was sold new in Portugal, made its way through Germany, and finally to the USA. The restoration was a while ago and the paint shows a wonderful patina. The interior and convertible top are in good condition. The engine is in good working condition and is equipped with a dual carburettor intake manifold and an aluminium oil sump.


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2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS Designer: Mark Fetherston

Estimate: $140,000 - $165,000 Chassis Number: WDDRK7HA6CA006428

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Engine: AMG 6.3L V8 563hp 6208 cc DOHC V8 Electronic Fuel Injection 7-Speed “Dual-Clutch” Automatic Transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 22,350 Actual Miles

The Car: Finished in the exciting color combination of AMG Imola Grey with Red Leather interior, this is the ultimate in what a car should be. All of the modern amenities are here, premium sound system, environmental controls, navigation and full instrumentation. This example has been driven gingerly, but awaits your turn at the controls.

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The Model: The SLS AMG Roadster is a convertible version of SLS AMG CoupĂŠ, with conventional doors, three-layered fabric soft top that opens and closes in 11 seconds, and can be operated on the move at up to 31 mph. SLS represents Sport Light Super, which translates into the best of modern technology and old-world craftsmanship. No long lines of robots mindlessly putting cars together, these are hands-on machines, one where the final product receives several signatures from the skilled artisans who put them together. Signed like a work of art.


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Less Than 3000 built for US Market

Designer: Chris Bangle


All Aluminum Chassis

Estimate: $40,000 - $65,000


Collector Quality Preservation

Chassis Number: WBAEJ13421AH60305 Engine:4.9 Liter Aluminum V-8 6-speed manual transmission Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes Odometer: 8,950 Miles

The Model: When designers began designing the Z8, they had one building principal: to evoke memories of the BMW 507. That sporty Beemer from the late 60s featured a sporty stance, chrome side vents and a horizontal grille, and a V-8 engine, all traits that carried over to the design of the Z8. The younger, however, features an all-aluminum chassis and engine. That lightweight V-8 packed a punch, producing 400 HP and was positioned completely behind the front axle giving the car remarkable balance. Performance for the BMW, as measured by car mags of the time, would best the Ferrari 360 Modena in acceleration, handling and braking. At $128,000 to get it off the showroom floor though, it was only slightly more affordable than the Ferrari. The Car: The Titanium Silver paint shines like the day it left the factory a product of careful storage that only saw the roadster turn the clock to just over 8,000 miles. The factory supplied color-matched hardtop also still accompanies the car. The barley used black interior remains just as the BMW designers intended, clean and complete, making this a perfect candidate for the most discerning collectors. While the V-8 rarely gets out to stretch, the modern performer fires to life every time asked. While it would be tempting to grab this open-top performer and put it to the test on the back roads, but given the low miles and impeccable this BMW belongs in a proper collection, providing future generations a glimpse into the BMW legacy.

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1999 BMW M3 Coupe Estimate: $25,000 - $40,000 Without Reserve

3.2 Liter 6 Cylinder 240HP

6 Speed Manual

Pristine Condition Superbly Maintained

86,500 Original Pampered Miles

Chassis Number: WBSBG9336XEY80870 The Model: The E36 chassis M3 was touted as one of the best handling cars of the 1990s in independent tests by Car & Driver. Known for its benign handling and balance, the car is popular amongst circuit racers and track enthusiasts. The E36 was also one of the first cars BMW designed mainly with computer aid with the use of detailed Finite Element Analysis and other software. The 1996–1999 model years had displacement bumped up to 3.2 litres, still with 240 bhp, but torque increases to 240 lb ft which is the same S52B32US engine used in the early M Roadster and M Coupe. The manual gearbox remains a 5-speed despite the European versions being upgraded to 6-speed.

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ot 50 L 1936 Packard Super 8 Convertible Designer: Raymond Dietrich Estimate: $165,000 - $195,000 Chassis Number: 14TH959239 Odometer: 92,193 Miles Showing

385 ci Straight 8 Engine

Professionally Restored

2 Speed Rear End For Highway Crusing

Known Documented History Since Day One

The Model: America was still in the grips of a major economic recovery, so sales were still a bit slow, only 1500 Super Eights were built in 1936. Important to note that 1936 was the last year for the 385 cubic inch straight eight engine, as the smaller 325 cubic inch engine replaced it in 1937. Many styling changes including the 5 degree “tilted” back radiator shell which added more style to the beautiful bodies offered.

The Car: Wonderful genuine 1936 Packard SU 8 Convertible Coupe ready to enjoy. It is equipped with a 2 speed rear end for highway cruising. This Packard has a known history from new. Documented History: 1936 Packard 1404 Super-8 Convertible Coupe Roadster - Vehicle ID# 14th 959-239 sold new in Calgary, Alberta to Mr. Jack Baxter. He paid $5000 Canadian for the new Packard. He sold the car to Jim Brewster (a tour bus operator) several years later. It stayed in Canada with Murray Gamon next and shipped to Banff, Alberta where it stayed for many years. Murray shipped the Packard to Custom Auto in Santa Ana, California in 1966-67 for restoration. Completed, he drove it back to Victoria, B.C. to the classic Car museum in 1971. In 1991 it was sold to Gordon Levitt of Vancouver, B.C. Next it traveled to Seattle, Washington in 1997 and remained in a private collection until 2013. The collector passed away in 2013 and was sold to the current owner who restored it to the current condition.

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1963 Renault Caravelle Floride

Frame Off Restored

Estimate: $35,000 - $50,000

Likely One of the Best Caravelles in Existence

Convertible with both Hard and Soft Tops

Winner of Concours Awards in Mexico

Original Factory Title in File

Chassis Number: 0087979 Engine: 4 Cylinder 4-Speed Transmission Odometer: 00011 Kilometers Showing

The Renault Caravelle is a sports car which was produced by the French manufacturer Renault between 1958 and 1968. Outside of North America and Britain it was, until 1962, marketed under the nameplate Renault Floride. Renault was envious of the growing success in North America of the Volkswagen Bug/Beetle and were looking for ways they might match the Volkswagen’s success with their own Renault Dauphine. At a convention of North American distributors that took place in Florida, Renault’s US dealers called for the creation of a Dauphine coupé/cabriolet which would improve Renault’s image in the critical US market. Renault’s chairman, Pierre Dreyfus, agreed, and since the concept had been born at a convention in Florida the car instantly became known within the company as the “Renault Floride”. The “Floride” name was considered unsuitable for 49 of the 50 states of the USA, however, since it could have implied disrespect to states other than Florida. For this reason an alternative name, “Caravelle”, was from the start used for North America and for other major markets, including the UK, where the principal language was a form of English.

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1948 Pontiac Torpedo Estimate: $30,000 - $45,000


Chassis Number: K8PA3979

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Last year for the Torpedo Recent Professional Restoration Reliable Driver and Comfortable Cruiser

The Model: Another of Harley Earl’s designs, the Torpedo, has an eight year production run that would be built first on the C body platform and in its second generation on the A body platform. Most of the second generation bodies were styled as notch backs, however a few did receive a fastback upgrade that set them apart from the crowd. Ending in 1948 the Torpedo would be called the Chieftain in 1949.


ot 53 L 1997 Porsche 911 Carerra 4S Designer: Pinky Lai Estimate: $110,000 - $150,000

Chassis Number: WP0AA2996VS322104 Engine: 3.6 Liter Boxster 6-cylinder 5-speed manual transmission Power­Assisted ABS Disk Brakes Odometer: 63,450 Original Miles

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Original and Complete Last Air-cooled 911 Factory Dual Flow Exhaust

The Car:Still covered with the factory finish in Glacier Blue, this C4S shows remarkably sign of being on the road for the 65K miles registered on the odometer. All exterior components remain full of life and will serve the next owner well, as a part of a growing collection or as a driver’s car. The hides that make up the seating shows gentle use and obviously meticulous care and maintenance. Still producing all the prescribed factory power and the unmistakable Porsche-exhaust note, this 911 is the last of the air-cooled and will certainly become one of the most desirable from the marquee.

The Model:For many, the 993 represents the pinnacle achievement of air-cooled Porsches. Even among these legendary cars, there are standout cars, such as the factory wide-body cars. The Carrera 4S (C4S) and Carrera S (C2S) carried the top-tune 285 bhp variant of the normally aspirated 3.6-liter boxer-six engine despite being built on the widebody turbo platform. Although the C4S shared the looks of the turbo cars, the 911 Turbos had distinct yellow calipers and carbon-fiber interior treatment that made them stand apart from normally-aspirated cars. Enthusiasts quickly recognized the what the C4S lacked in muscle, it made up in traction, without the temperament nature of turbo power.


ot 54 L 1985 Porsche 944 Designer: Harm Lagaay Estimate: $25,000 - $345,000 WITHOUT RESERVE Chassis Number: WP0AA0948FN474622 Odometer: 40,040 Miles

2.5L L4 SOHC 8V

5 Speed Manual

Books and Tools

40,040 Original Miles

The Model: Porsche introduced the 944 in 1982. It was slightly faster than the 924, the 944 was better equipped and more refined than the 924; it had better handling and stopping power, and was more comfortable to drive. The factory-claimed 0-60 mph time of less than 9 seconds and a top speed of 130 mph. The car had nearly even front to rear weight distribution thanks to the rear transaxle balancing out the engine in the front. North American-market cars have bigger bumpers and the front one has a larger rubber portion, replacing the auxiliary lights mounted there for the rest of the world. In 1985, the 944 underwent refinement which resulted in a new dash, upgraded alternator, cast alloy control arms, and larger fuel tank. The Car: Special ordered in graphite metallic and with just over 40,000 miles on the clock this example comes equipped with a host of rare options including: factory leather sport seats, limited slip differential, light weight Fuchs metal wheels, sport shock absorbers & stabilizers and an electric sunroof. The original graphite metallic paint has been artfully preserved, with a deep shine free of any significant flaws. Other than a respray on the front bumper in 2003 there are only a couple minute areas that have been touched up that would only be noticed under close inspection. Since 2003, about $10,000 worth of service receipts have been invested into the mechanics of this car, leaving no system unattended. Its history has been well documented with service records that show this example has been well kept since new.

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ot 55 L 1983 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole Estimate: $70,000 - $90,000 Chassis: ZFFMA13A8D0046045 Odometer: 39,823 Miles Actual


Engine: 2.9L Four Cam, 32 Valve, 230 bhp V-8 Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection Marelli Digiplex Electronic Ignition Five-Speed Manual Transmission Four-Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes

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The Model: Ferrari engaged Pininfarina design legend, Leonardo Fioravanti, to pen what has become one of Ferrari’s most iconic shapes as a replacement for the popular 246 Dino. Fioravanti surprised the world with his curvaceous design that contrasted sharply with the angular 308 2+3. The gorgeous design was an instant hit at the 1975 Paris Motor Show. While the design impressed, performance was lackluster. The complex four-cam 90-degree V-8 provided the power and impressive growl, but lost much to emissions restrictions. Ferrari responded with the new Quattrovalvole V-8 which raised output to 230 bhp and could power the GTS to 152 mph. V-8 Ferraris were long-disdained by collectors in favor of V-12 cars. Today, the 308 GTS QV is now seen by collectors as one of Ferrari’s greats. The Car:This 308 GTS is presented in brilliant top quality condition. The car is correct in every respect and includes tools. This car is represented as a truly pampered Ferrari and this GTS is ready to go for the next owner. Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to acquire a superior example of Maranello’s most iconic 1980s V-8 as the market continues to grow.


Estimate: $50,000 - $65,000

Without Reserve Chassis Number: WP0BB2963PS440119


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1993 Porsche 911 / 964 Carrera 2 Targa

Well Maintained and Kept

Classic and Acclaimed Targa Design

Engine: 3.6 Liter 6-Cylinder Fuel Injection / 250HP Triptronic Automatic Transmission

Recently Serviced

Mileage: 72,500 Original Miles

The Model:In late 1989, the 911 underwent a major evolution with the introduction of the Type 964. With technologies from the 959 model, this would be an important car for Porsche, since the world economy was undergoing recession and the company could not rely on its image alone. It was launched as the Carrera 4, the “4” indicating four-wheel-drive, demonstrating the company’s commitment to engineering. A rear spoiler deployed at high speed, preserving the purity of line when the vehicle was at rest. The chassis was redesigned overall. Coil springs, ABS brakes and power steering made their debut. The engine was increased in size to 3600 cc and developed 250 PS. The rear-wheel-drive version, the Carrera 2, arrived a year later. In 1990, Porsche introduced the ahead-of-its-time Tiptronic automatic transmission in the 964 Carrera 2, featuring adaptive electronic management and full manual control. The 964 was one of the first cars in the world offered with dual airbags standard (from 1991), the first being the Porsche 944 Turbo (from 1987). W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

The Car: With the presentation of the Porsche 911 Type 964 in 1989, the 911 Targa was for the first time in its history also available with all-wheel drive. At the same time the 964 Targa was the last 911 Targa, which had the classic removable Targa roof with safety bar and glass rear window, the successor models since the 993 Targa were and will be offered only with the panoramic glass roof. Fitted with cruise control amplified stereo system. Offered with new tires accompanied with its original books and manuals.


ot 57 L The Model: What can you say about Aston Martin, except they know class and they know sports cars? When first released it carried all the classic lines, long hood, swept-back windshield, short rear deck and typical angular body lines. But under the hood, the story was a bit better. 460 HP is transferred to the ground via improved suspension, rack and pinion steering and has it a braking system that could stop on a dime, or in the UK a farthing. If you enjoy a classic combination of sensuous sheet metal and a well-connected chassis, the V12 Vantage will not appoint.


2005 Aston-Martin Vanquish S Designer: Ian Callum Estimate: $105,000 - $145,000

Without Reserve

6-speed Paddle Shift Transmission

Unequalled Bond Styling and Performance

2 + 2 Grand Tourer

Chassis Number: SCFAC24385B501811 Engine:6.0L 12 Cylinder / 520HP 6-Speed Manual Gearbox with Electro-Hydraulic Control Paddle Shift Odometer: 15,100 Miles

The road

Car: Aesthetically it is in pampered original shape with very little wear and a very clean interior. Mechanically the car does not have any known problems, our own car specialist drove this vehicle and did not experience any mechanical problem only pure luxurious adrenaline. You don’t need to be a secret agent to enjoy the handling and prestige of ownership of this grand touring car. With just over 15,000 miles from new this Vantage has been maintained by marque specialists and remains much as it did when it left the factory in Warwickshire. Included with the car is a battery tender and a first aid kit. All systems are reported to be in operational condition including the superior sound and entertainment devices. Of course you really don’t need any artificial distractions when you’re behind the wheel of this spec tacular car.

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2001 Opel Speedster Estimate: $45,000 - $60,000 Chassis Number: 0000

2.2-liter Ecotech 4-cylinder 145HP

5 Speed Manual

Lotus Extruded Aluminum Chassis

Sold on a Bill of Sale

00985 Original Miles

The Model – The elegant Silver Wraith II evolved as the long wheel base derivative of the Silver Shadow that originated in 1965. Born in response to criticism of the manufacturer’s resistance to innovation, the Silver Shadow and Silver Wraith II introduced power disk brakes and independent rear suspension to the model line. These were the first Rolls-Royce cars to incorporate a monocoque body. The design represented a dramatic styling change for the company as well. Unlike most manufacturers in Great Britain, the domestic market still represented almost half of the sales volume. To this end, the narrow roads drove the design team to produce a car that was smaller than the car it replaced. Despite the smaller exterior dimensions, the adaptation of unitary construction actually increased the available passenger space. The single most innovative feature of the car was the high-pressure hydraulic system licensed from Citroën that delivered not only dual-circuit braking but also performed self-levelling of the suspension. Although Rolls-Royce realized an outstanding level of ride comfort with this system, it often proved unreliable in service. Rolls-Royce introduced a long-wheelbase version of the Silver Shadow that was later given its own name, the Silver Wraith II for the 1976 model year as it gained further distinction from the Silver Shadow with the addition of an Everflex-covered roof and a rear opera window.

The Model: The Opel Speedster is a British built mid-engined, targa-topped, two seat sports car sold by the German automaker Opel, introduced in July 2000. In October 1999, they struck a deal with General Motors in order to have sufficient investment for a new car. As part of the deal, Lotus agreed to develop and produce the Opel Speedster and Vauxhall VX220 on the new Series 2 Elise chassis. Whilst the new Elise would use a 1.8 litre Toyota engine, similar to that found in the Toyota Celica, the Speedster was designed to use a 2.2 litre GM Ecotec engine from the Opel Astra. Production of the Speedster commenced in March 2001. The Speedster utilizes an aluminium chassis tub that weighs only 159 lb. The car also features bodywork made entirely of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP). The entire car weighs only 1,929 lb, which made it 220 lb lighter than the similarly sized Toyota MR2. At launch, the Speedster’s all aluminium alloy 2.2 L Z22SE engine produced 147 hp.

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Estimate: $25,000 - $40,000


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1968 Opel Kadett L Wagon

Chassis Number: 391383662


1.1 Liter 4-Cylinder Twin Solex Carburetors

4-Speed Manual

Multiple show winner

Professionally Restored

The Car: This 1968 Opel Kadett L 2-door station wagon has been restored to show quality. It has won multiple awards, many first place, best in show, and people’s choice awards from various car shows. The Kadett is powered by a rebuilt 1.1 liter overhead valve 4-cylinder water-cooled engine with twin Solex 35 PDSI carburetors, and is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Making 55-horsepower, the engine has been fully detailed and runs excellently. The interior of the Kadett features a redone headliner and new carpet while the seat upholstery appears to be original and is in excellent shape. Additionally, the Kadett has all of its original German Sekurit glass, and under the hood it retains all the proper German parts from Bosch, Solex, SWF, and ATE. This Opel Kadett shows extremely well with its bright red exterior and black interior. 112 W W W. M O T O S T A L G I A . C O M

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Nice Color Combination

Facel Body

1100 4-Cylinder Flash Special

4-Speed Manual

Chassis Number: 48771

1 of 96 Produced

Odometer: 59,750 Kilometers Showing

Older High Quality Restorastion

Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000


The Model: The Simca Sport is a two seater sports car. It originated as a coupé version of the Simca 8, but with the arrival of the Aronde the Simca Sport acquired a new grill in October 1951. When the Aronde arrived it used a monocoque chassis which made the use of different bodies more difficult, therefore the sport version of the Aronde was only available as a coupé. Made by Facel, the Simca 9 Sport was outrageously expensive and cost more than a Porsche 356. A hand built aluminium body and details such as the three dimensional Jaeger instruments and chrome ornamentation inside the car reveals the incredible attention to detail of Facel-Vega and its founder Jean Daninos. Only around 96 cars are believed to have been built before the Coupé de Ville succeeded it. The Car: A nice patina thanks to an older but quality restoration. The dark green paint is in nice condition and attractively complements the biscuit-colored leather interior. The chrome is also in nice condition and the Robergel wheel rims gave a sporty touch to its elegant design. This Simca-Facel shows 59,750 km on the odometer. It combines perfectly rarity, elegance and reliability.



ot 61 L 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Designer: Bill Mitchell Estimate: $105,000 - $135,000 Chassis Number:59F101083 Engine: 390ci 8-Cylinder Automatic Transmission Odometer: 72,202 Miles Showing •

Factory Air Conditioning

One of the Most Iconic Cadillac Convertibles

Fully Restored Superb Driver

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The Model: The 1959 Cadillac is remembered for its huge iconic tail fins with dual bullet tail lights. The new model year also saw two distinctive rooflines and roof pillar configurations, new jewel-like grille patterns and matching deck lid beauty panels. For 1959, the Series 6200 became the Series 62. The Series 62 was identifiable by its straight body rub moldings, running from front wheel opening to back bumpers, with crest medallions below the spear. Standard equipment included power brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, back-up lamps, windshield wipers, twospeed wipers, wheel discs, outside rearview mirror, vanity mirror and oil filter. The convertible model had power windows and a two-way power seat. Plain fender skirts covered the rear wheels and 4-doors were available in either four-window or six-window hardtop configurations. The Car: Finished in factory-correct Brenton Blue with its original black and white leather interior and a newer white top. This 1959 Cadillac Series 62 convertible matches all of the codes on the data plate. The original leather is in amazing supple condition. Equipped with a rare working factory air-conditioning system, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seat, power top and factory radio. The professional repaint is exceptional and the body is incredibly straight and smooth. The frame, undercarriage and original floors are completely rust free. A totally new exhaust system was installed several years ago. Brightwork has been re-chromed to a very high quality finish and is show ready. It is obvious that this Cadillac has been cared for very well and it shows in every way.This car is a joy to drive!

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ot 62 L The Model: The BMW Z models are traditionally roadsters manufactured by the German automaker BMW beginning with the Z1. The Z range has been produced in four different series with five generations, including coupe variants, one super car, and one concept. The 1989 Z1 was a limited production European run for BMW, whereas the 1996 Z3 was the first mass-produced roadster for BMW which continued with the production of Z4 starting in 2002. Fitted with smaller 4 cylinder engines to high performance 2.5 Liter In-Line 6 Cylinder engines as the example being offered here.

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2004 BMW Z4 2.5L Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000


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2-5 Liter 6-Cylinder Automatic Transmission Attractive Colors 44,150 Original Miles

Chassis: 4USBT33493LR60320 Engine: 2-5 Liter InLine 6-Cylinder Automatic Transmission Odometer: 44,150 Original Miles

The Car: Pampered during its sparring 44,000 miles, this modern classic carrying the pedigree of performance roadster is a joy to drive anywhere and anytime. As high value European vintage roadsters become trailer queens and spend most of their time on display many enthusiast day dream of going back in time and acquiring a performance European roadster at their most economical time in the market. Now is the best time to acquire a high performance, pedigreed roadster for an astonishing value, which is sure to produce more smiles per dollar than most all other motoring investments in today’s market.

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ot 63 L 1991 BMW 850i Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000 WITHOUT RESERVE

5.4 Liter 12 Cylinder 322HP

Automatic Transmission

M1 Modern Styling Cues

86,500 Original Miles

Chassis Number: WBAEG2311MCB73239

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2005 Bentley Continential GT Coupe Estimate: $45,000 - $65,000


Chassis Number: SCBCR63W45C025918

Twin Turbocharged 6.0 12 Cylinder 552HP

Automatic Transmission

All Wheel Drive

86,300 Original Miles


ot 65 L 2004 Aston Martin Vanquish Estimate: $65,000 - $95,000


Chassis Number: SCFAC23324B501500

5,935 cc DOHC 12 Cylinder 450HP

6 Speed Manual Sequential

Renaissance The Classic British Brand

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1992 BMW 325i Cabriolet Estimate: $10,000 - $20,000


Chassis Number: WBABB2311NEC27615

2.5 Liter 6-cylinder

Automatic Transmission

Classic European Design

57,800 Original Miles


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1957 Ford Custom 300 F Series Supercharged Estimate: $35,000 - $50,000

Southern California car upgraded to a 312 F code True 1957 Paxton VR-57 Series one R Super Charger Less than 200 made for racing Crane Cam with period correct distributor Correct engine components including air cleaner 312 Y Black completely rebuilt Quick-Fuel Boost Carbueretor Double A Arm front suspension Leaf Springs Rear 4-Wheel disc brakes Art Carr built Ford-A-Matic Transmission with 2200 Stall and transmission oil cooler Ford 9� Rear with 4.56 Positraction gears Dual Exhasut New Brake Lines / New Black Interior 15� Wheels with dog dish caps with new Firestone tires

Chassis Number: B7RG185514

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Estimate: $7,000 - $15,000


1995 Mercedes-Benz E420

Chassis Number: WDBEA34E4SC189617

4.2 Liter 8 Cylinder - Automatic - 66,500 Miles


ot 69 L 1991 Toyota Celica GT Track Car Estimate: $7,000 - $15,000


2.2 Liter 4 Cylinder - Manual Transmission Sold on a Bill of Sale

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Estimate: $7,000 - $15,000


1991 Toyota Celica GT Track Car Sold on a Bill of Sale

2.2 Liter 4 Cylinder - Manual Transmission



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INDEX MOTOSTALGIA 2018 AMELIA ISLAND AUCTION LOT 21 44 65 57 38 28 64 66 63 49 62 48 3 18 61 13 19 25 29 31 55 37 8 12 20 22 5 67 4 16 41 30 42 23 40


1962 2001 2004 2005 1964 2004 2005 1992 1991 1999 2004 2001 1989 1957 1959 1957 1999 1994 1995 1961 1983 1965 2004 1991 1954 1966 1984 1957 1991 1953 1969 1954 2014 1967 1999



A l fa R o m e o 2 0 0 0 A s t o n M a r t i n D B 7 Va n ta g e A s t o n M a r t i n Va n q u i s h A s t o n - M a r t i n Va n q u i s h S Au t o b i a n c h i B i a n c h i n a B e n t l e y A r n a g e T- 2 4 Bentley Continential GT BMW 325i Cabriolet BMW 850i BMW M3 Coupe BMW Z4 2.5L BMW Z8 Cadillac Brougham Cadillac Eldorado Cadillac Series 62 C h e v r o l e t B e l A i r Wa g o n C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Ta r g a C h e v r o l e t C o rv e t t e Z R 1 D o d g e Vi p e r R / T R o a d s t e r Ferrari 250 GTE Series i Ferrari 308 GTS Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Ferrari 360 Spider F e r r a r i Te s ta r o s s a F o r d C r e s t l i n e “ G l a s s To p ” Ford GT40 Mark I by RCR F o r d M u s ta n g L X Ford Custom 300 F Series SC H o n d a B e at J a g ua r C o u p e X K 1 2 0 S E J a g ua r E - Ty p e S e r i e s I I J a g ua r X K 1 2 0 D H C J a g ua r X K R- S G T C o u p e J a g ua r E - Ty p e C o u p e L amborghini Diablo VT

6 43 36 7 2 17 68 10 47 1 32 45 11 59 58 50 24 35 52 26 9 53 54 15 56 39 51 34 14 27 46 60 69 70



1 9 6 6 L i n c o l n C o n t i n e n ta l 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL 1959 Mercedes-Benz 220 S 1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE 1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL 1995 Mercedes-Benz E420 2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR McL aren 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 1951 MG TD Roadster NR 1951 MG TD Roadster R estored 1992 MINI Cooper Cabriolet 1991 Nissan Figaro 1 9 6 8 O p e l K a d e t t L Wa g o n 2001 Opel Speedster 1 9 3 6 Pa c k a r d S u p e r E i g h t 1984 Peugeot 205 T16 Group B 1936 P eugeot 402 C oach 1 9 4 8 P o n t i a c To r p e d o 1962 Porsche 356 S Coupe T6 1999 Porsche 911 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 S 1985 Porsche 944 2002 Porsche B oxster 1 9 9 3 P o r s c h e 9 1 1 Ta r g a 2 0 0 3 P o r c h e 9 1 1 Ta r g a 1 9 7 4 R e n au lt C a r av e l l e F l o r i d e 1 9 7 2 R e n au lt E s ta f e t t e 1965 Shelby Cobra CSX 7000 2007 Shelby GT500 Super Snake 1 9 5 1 Si mc a 8 Sp ort C a b ri ol et 1 9 5 3 Si mc a 9 Sp ort C ou pe 1 9 9 1 To y o ta C e l i c a G T Tr a c k C a r 1 9 9 1 To y o ta C e l i c a G T Tr a c k C a r

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Motostalgia Amelia Island Auction 2018 Catalog  

Collector Car Auction coinciding with the Concours d'Elegance weekend at the acclaimed Amelia Island on March 10, 2018. Offering 70 of the R...

Motostalgia Amelia Island Auction 2018 Catalog  

Collector Car Auction coinciding with the Concours d'Elegance weekend at the acclaimed Amelia Island on March 10, 2018. Offering 70 of the R...