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Feb 14 2020

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Coolest Cars For Sale This Week

1987 Buick Grand National GNX – current b >

This could be one of the rarest Buicks in existence. The series was produced just for a single model year with only 547 examples rolling off the assembly lines. This particular car has a production number #481 and less than 500 miles (805 km) on the odometer. Just as a reminder, underhood is a 3.8-liter V6 mated to a four-speed automatic.

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1999 Ford Mondeo ST24 – $7,046

Yes, this is the Contour SVT’s European brother which was actually the first model from Ford to receive the ST badge. Produced in 1999, this particular sedan has just 54,000 miles (86,900 km) on the clock and the seller promises it’s in mint condition.

Under the hood is a 2.5-liter V6 with 170 hp (127 kW) mated to a five-speed manual. Everything, including the exterior, interior, and engine bay, seems to be in its original form.

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1979 Fiat Ritmo – $4,583

Long before Fiat started producing the resurrected 500 supermini, the Italian company had this car to offer to its customers in Europe. This particular example is from the first generation of the model and has a 60-hp (45-kW) four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed gearbox.

It’s currently located in the United Kingdom and has been driven all the way from Ferrara in Italy to Oxfordshire without any issue “but miles of smiles.”

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1993 Geo Tracker – $14,500

This is not your typical boring Geo Tracker. Yes, it’s quite expensive at $14,500, but under the hood is a 6.0-liter V8 turbo engine which propels the car to a 9.8-second quarter-mile time at 132 mph (212 kph). Probably the coolest part is that it’s still road-legal.

1966 Honda S600 Coupe – current b >

One of our all-time favorite cars, the S600 Coupe has a 606cc DOHC four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed manual. This particular example has a red body over a black leather interior which, frankly, needs some love in order to be perfect. Everything else looks just fine but we are pretty sure the new owner of this cute two-door coupe from Japan will make it shine like new again.

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1973 Jaguar XJ Series 2 prototype – price on request

This is chassis number two of the pre-production series of Jaguar’s XJ from the 1970s. It left the factory as an RHD vehicle but was converted into an LHD vehicle and registered with a Coventry (UK) registration number RRW 629M. Originally, it was used by Jim Randle, Jaguar’s Chief Engineer at that time, as a company car.

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1938 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic La Voiture Noire scale model – $11,316

Yes, the original Atlantic is considered lost, but you can still own a pretty 1:8 scale model of the legend. And it comes at a relatively affordable price – $11,316. For that figure, you can’t buy even a single wheel for a Veyron, let alone a whole Bugatti.

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1988 Toyota MR2 – $5,956

You might’ve seen MR2s in a generally better condition, but this one has just 59,000 miles (less than 95,000 kilometers) on the clock and is said to be “mechanically perfect.” Unfortunately, it has “very minor rust on roof” but this should be relatively easy to fix. Don’t waste your time with “silly offers” as all such “will be declined.”

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1969 Porsche 911 battle car – $38,975

This is one of the wildest 911s we’ve seen and it’s actually a SEMA star from 2017. It’s built by Michael Lightbourn and is based on a 1969 model year 911 coupe. The only let down is the 2.3-liter flat-four engine under the hood which replaces Porsche’s flat-six unit.

1999 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster – price on request

There’s something special about cars with V12 engines and manual gearboxes. And this one is even more special – it’s Lamborghini’s first production model capable of reaching a top speed of more than 200 mph (320 kph). The ad for this particular example says it hasn’t been driven at all, but we doubt that’s true.

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1988 Porsche 959 – price on request

This car was one of the first to be reworked by Porsche’s Special Wishes department which was the predecessor of today’s Porsche Exclusive. Of all 284 production 959s, it is believed that just 20 or 25 went through this division that meets the most demanding requests from customers. Given that, we expect the price of this particular car to be quite serious.

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1959 Jaguar XK150 – $51,950

The seller says the car is in “wonderful condition” after a comprehensive restoration process. It has a 3.4-liter inline-six engine with at least 190 hp (141 kW) and truly beautiful shapes. It’s a rare sight in this condition these days.

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1993 Toyota Aristo – $11,900

This is a truly special vehicle. Built in 1993, this Aristo sedan is now legally imported into the United States and has a 3.0-liter V6 engine under the hood mated to an old-school four-speed automatic gearbox. More precisely, the V6 is a 2JZ-GTE – the motor that made the Supra a legend.

Want a new Supra instead?

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2011 BMW 1M – $27,000

You have approximately five days if you want to drive this unique hot hatch. Sold new in Vancouver, it’s now located in Calgary and has a mighty 3.0-liter inline-six engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. New oil and filters put in August last year. The car comes with service records and all factory manuals.

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2003 BMW M5 – price on request

Despite its relatively high mileage of about 101,000 miles (162,543 km), this M5 looks to have been well looked after through its entire life. The photos reveal a clean bodywork and an almost mint interior. This is one of the last M5 E39s produced.

Prefer the new one?

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2002 LTI TXII London Taxi Burberry Edition – current b >

Yes, we are not kidding. You can now buy a LHD London Taxi built especially for the North American market and sold exclusively through the 2002 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. Surprisingly for a taxi, it has only 2,400 miles (3,862 km) on the clock and is in pristine condition. Probably not the most attractive vehicle to own these days, but could be a smart future investment.

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Toyota Corolla iM Formula Drift car – current b >

If you are after a purpose-built drift car for whatever reason, waste no time as the bidding for this Corolla iM Formula Drift beast ends in less than 12 hours from the time of publishing this article. Under the hood, you’ll find a 2.7-liter turbo four-banger sending power to the rear wheels exclusively.

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1962 Chevrolet Corvair 95 – price on request

This is most likely one of the cleanest Corvair 95s in the entire country. It has won an award from America’s Corvair society and is in show condition. Literally.

At least from the images, we can’t spot a single thing that should worry you even a little bit. The asked price is not known but we bet it won’t be cheap. Better give it a call.

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1996 Acura NSX-T – current b >

Sold new in Florida, this NSX has a 3.0-liter V6 mated to a five-speed manual. The car’s latest maintenance includes new rear pads and rotors, a fuel filter, air filter, and more. It comes with all factory books, two sets of keys, and a clean New Jersey title.

Isn’t this everyone’s dream car? Of course it is.

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2016 Chevrolet Suburban limo – $99,700

This is a 2016 model year Suburban turned into a luxury limousine with a raised roof and leather flooring. Onboard you’ll have all you need for a good part with five of your friends. Or, more precisely, four of them and a driver.

The price of $99,700 is a bit shocking but bear in mind this is a barely used vehicle which can be used for wedding services or similar.

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1993 Peugeot 405 – price on request

The description of this ad is really, really short but it gives us just enough information. The seller says the car “works and runs great”, but needs some “love to be 100%.” From what we are able to see in the photos, it is indeed in a good overall condition and probably a good clean and an oil change of the engine, as well as some detailing, is all it needs.

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1966 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Cabriolet – current b >

Finished in white over a red interior, this convertible Mercedes has been owned within a single family since new. It was extensively serviced in 2012 with the current owner spending more than $24,000. The 2.5-liter inline-six was rebuilt with a new fuel pump, while the four-speed automatic was fully revised, too.

The vehicle is currently being offered with the original window sticker, service records, and a clear California title. Just three days until the end of the auction are left, so better hurry up.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro restomod – $89,900

Here at Motor1.com, we love restomods. Especially tastefully made ones like this Camaro from 1969. Everything from the wheels, through the exterior paint, to the leather interior is spot on. For $89,900, it’s basically one of the best sub-$100,000 restomods you can buy today.

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1986 Toyota Corolla FX-GT AE82 – $10,000

This isn’t just another Corolla from the 1980s. It has the engine of a fifth generation Corolla mated to a six-speed quick-shift manual gearbox. The bodywork is clean and the car looks in good overall condition. The price of $10,000 might not be easy to swallow, but if you live in Asia it’s “one of the very few units left” in that region.

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1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe – current b >

If you like classic two-door Mercs, better hurry up because this one is really beautiful and will be sold in less than 24 hours from the moment of publishing this article. It has gone through a complete mechanical overhaul between 2012 and 2015, and is currently in absolutely mint condition.

Power comes from a 3.5-liter V8 paired to a four-speed automatic with an optional limited-slip differential. The clocks show approximately 51,000 miles (82,000 kilometers) and the car comes with receipts documenting the 2012-2015 work, a factory data card, and a clean Texas title.

2010 Lotus Evora 414E Hybr >

This is a real piece of automotive history – a one-off hybrid Lotus Evora concept presented to the world back in 2010. While it’s basically a prototype and has barely been driven, it has an original VIN and can be registered for use on public roads. Power comes from two 204-hp (152-kW) electric motors, providing a 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) acceleration in 4.4 seconds.

Do you remember it?

1971 Ford Bronco – current b >

This beautiful restomoded Bronco is powered by a fuel-injected V8 engine mated to a four-speed automatic and a two-speed transfer case. It is offered from its current owner, who acquired it in California in 2013, with a removable hardtop, tens of receipts, and a clean Kansas title.

Everything with this Bronco looks very clean – the exterior looks spotless from the photos and the interior is fresh and undamaged. The suspension has been fully overhauled so the vehicle should also be riding smoothly.

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1999 Bentley Arnage – $39,900

This is a two-owner example of Bentley’s executive sedan from the late 1990s. Powered by a BMW-sourced 4.4-liter V8, this car has been maintained at Bentley dealers throughout its life and is listed for sale with “a substantial service history included.”

Many claim the V8 under the hood is easier to maintain than the significantly larger 6.75-liter V8 that replaced it under VW ownership. That’s a bonus.

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2018 McLaren Senna – to be auctioned

The original starting price of the Senna was about $1 million in the United States and we believe this particular example will sell for well over this mark. It is one of only 120 U.S.-spec cars from the series and will be auctioned during Barrett-Jackson’s 48th annual Scottsdale auction event.

With just 281 miles (452 kilometers) on the clock, this is likely the least-driven Senna that’s currently available for buying. It goes without saying it’s in pristine, like-new condition.

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BMW M3 E30 body shell – $30,000

$30,000 is quite a chunk of change for an empty shell, but the seller claims this is the last “new” E30 M3 in the world. Also, prices of M3 E30s are skyrocketing in recent years and this purchase could prove to be a smart future investment. Who knows.

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1957 Porsche 356 A 1600 Coupe – current b >

We’ve featured a number of Porsches in this series, but this one is very special for one simple reason – it’s been with its current owner in California for the past 53 years.

He is now in his 80s and is the third keeper of the car, which he purchased with an indicated 66,000 miles (106,216 km) in 1966. The vehicle is now for sale with a Porsche Product Specifications certificate, over 100 detailed service records, and a clear California title.

1954 Austin A 30 Seven – to be auctioned

This is an original two-door Austin 370 in “very good unmolested” condition with just four previous owners. The interior has been recently refurbished and the seller says it’s in 9/10 condition. The car comes with a complete history file going back to the 1950s. The only unoriginal components are the side indicators, which replaced the semaphore arms in the 1970s.

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1969 VW Bus custom camper – $40,000

Our internal data shows you really love this custom camper. It’s based on a 1969 VW Bus and is powered by a Subaru boxer engine. That’s a match made in heaven which ensures you can easily cruise at 70 mph (113 kph).

Onboard you’ll find everything you’ll ever need on vacation, including a queen bed and another smaller bed for two. There’s also a solar panel and a 12-gallon (45-liter) water tank.

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1993 Volvo 240 Wagon – current b >

This car was sold new in Florida some 25 years ago and was moved to California in 1997. Under the hood is a 2.3-liter engine mated to a four-speed automatic gearbox.

It is said to be in good overall condition and that’s visible from the photos. The equipment includes a folding rear-facing jump seat, aftermarket radio with auxiliary input and Bluetooth, and alloy wheels from a later Volvo with almost new tires.

Price? The current highest bid is $3,420.

2017 Kode 0 – price on request

This is definitely not your typical supercar – it’s a one-off creation based on the Lamborghini Aventador and has a custom body designed and built by legendary designer Ken Okuyama, the man behind creations like the Ferrari Enzo and Ferrari P4/5.

It’s lighter than the car it’s based on and has a V12 engine with 690 horsepower (515 kilowatts) and 507 pound-feet (690 Newton-meters) of torque. 0-62 miles per hour (0-100 kilometers per hour) sprint takes just 2.9 seconds.

2010 Volkswagen Jetta pickup – $15,500

Yes, this Jetta is definitely not as cool as Jesse’s tuned sedan from the first Fast & Furious movie, but it’s still an impressive build. It’s based on the 2010 model year of the Jetta and has a well-maintained 2.5-liter engine under the hood.

Showing 68,590 miles (110,384 km) on the odometer, the small pickup ute is currently located in Philadelphia and is listed for sale at $15,500. We bet if you show up to the seller with anything close to $14,000, you’ll be driving it home.

2009 Tractorri Custom Coupe – to be auctioned

Tractorri might sound like a tractor, but it is nothing close to a tractor. It’s a one-off, hand-built Lamborghini Gallardo and Ford Mustang mashup. Yes, you don’t have to like it, but you have to admit it’s original and exclusive.

The vehicle is a SEMA show car and offers the looks of a 2007 Mustang with the mechanics from a Gallardo. The total build cost is estimated at about $700,000.

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1998 Chan Bu city bus – $29,900

Remember those cool Armadillo Buses cruising up and down the Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas? You can now own one of these and convert it to “just about any configuration.”

This city bus costs just below $30,000 and has been stored in a dry garage for the last three years. Before that, it passed technical inspection and was legal to drive. According to the seller, getting it back on the road shouldn’t be a problem.

Road-legal Porsche 935 – price on request

There’s rare, and then there’s this – a one-off, street-legal Porsche 935 race car with 740 hp (552 kW) at 8,000 rpm under the hood. It features a body made entirely from Kevlar panels and a four-speed manual gearbox with the same gear ratios as the 935 that won Le Mans in 1979.

When it was commissioned by Formula 1 legend Walter Wolf, the supercar cost 375,000 Deutsch Marks or approximately $800,000 in 1980. We doubt it will be sold for less than $1 million today.

1951 Hudson Hornet – price on request

The seller of this car claims it is “probably the best condition Hudson Hornet in the world” today. We can’t confirm that, but the photos of the car reveal it’s in a truly mint condition indeed. We also can’t agree more with the seller’s statement that it’s an “extremely collectible and desirable” car.

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Romotow Camper – $350,000

If you are into recreational vehicles, this could be really the perfect solution for you. It comes from the New Zealand company W2, which has created a foldable camper trailer.

The inner section of the RV becomes a 290-square-foot (29-square-meter) caravan with a bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, and there’s also an external shelter with fold-down BBQ.

Be prepared to pay no less than $350,000, but the company will build the camper according to your own desires and ship it to your door.

2002 Morgan Plus 8 – current b >

This car was purchased originally in San Francisco and currently shows under 3,900 miles on the odo. It is really one of the few relatively modern vehicles that have a V8 mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.

With three days left until the end of the bidding, this Morgan should be sold for at least $35,000, but that’s a pretty fair price for such a pristine Plus 8 in original condition and clear history.

1973 Volvo 164 E – price on request

As the ad for this car says, “everyone knows someone who has owned a Volvo and most have owned a 164.” If you haven’t owned a 164 or a Volvo at all, what better car to fix that mistake than this cool top-of-the-range 164?

This sedan has been assembled exactly 50 years ago and features a six-cylinder engine, Alpine Blue exterior, and black leather interior. It’s a “largely restored” example in “otherwise excellent original condition.”

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1970 Porsche 914-6 – $25,250

The 914 may not be our favorite Porsche, but this particular example is pretty tasty. The seller acquired the car in 2010 and commissioned a top-end rebuild just a year later. The suspension and brakes have been modified for better performance, and the engine has received new components including crankshaft, rods, cylinders, and cylinder heads.

If not just by the car itself, you could be tempted to bid for it also because of the reason why it’s up for sale. The current owner wants to fund suspension and engine upgrades for his 911T from 1971.

E.C. OnlyOne P8 – $2.85 million

This is a truly unique vehicle. It is based on the Ferrari F430 but features completely new bodywork. The creator of the car, former racing driver Enea Casoni, says his idea was “rather than increasing the weight with PlayStation gadgets” to “dramatically reduce the weight of the car.” And the result is impressive – 2,645 pounds (1,200 kilograms) compared to the donor car’s 2,975 lbs (1,349 kg).

Power is provided by a 600-hp (447-kW) eight-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. All that awesomeness could be yours for $2.85 million.

2020 McLaren Speedtail – price on request

Well, technically you are not buying the car itself, but its build slot, which gives you the right to buy the actual car. It may sound complicated, but it’s as easy as simply spending approximately $2.5 million and waiting for a delivery about 15 months.

That’s what a supercar dealer is offering claiming the transfer of ownership is legal. We are just wondering whether McLaren will be happy with such a deal.

1992 Alpina B10 Bi-Turbo E34 – $65,725

The information from the seller of this beautiful B10 is really scarce, but we know it’s one of only 507 ever made. All these cars are assembled in Buchloe, which means this car proudly wears a “Made in Germany” sticker.

Under the hood is a 3.4-liter six-cylinder twin-turbocharged gas engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. Peak power is 360 horsepower (265 kilowatts) at 6,000 rpm – enough horses for a 0 to 62 miles per hour (0-100 kilometers per hour) acceleration in just 5.6 seconds. Keep in mind this car debuted in 1989.

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1984 Audi 80 Sport Quattro Tribute – $38,250

Here’s another street-legal vehicle inspired by a rally legend. This is not an original Sport Quattro but a professional replica built by S1 Performance in Lithuania. The body is made of carbon fiber and there’s a 2.2-liter inline-five 20-valve turbo engine with 443 horsepower (330 kilowatts) confirmed by a dyno test.

Power reaches all four wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox and Quattro all-wheel drive. The car was purchased and imported in the United States shortly after it was finished in 2015.

1991 Porsche 928 GT – current b >

Originally sold to a customer in California, this 928 GT has the traditional 928 powertrain setup consisting of a 5.0-liter V8 combined with a five-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. It’s been recently serviced (less than 1,000 miles ago) with a new timing belt, water pump, tensioner, and idler pulley. It has just 39,000 miles (62,765 kilometers) since new on the odometer and comes with all service records.

1939 Alfa Romeo 8C Touring Berlinetta – up to $25 million

Built shortly before the World War II, this Alfa is a Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance winner and will go under the hammer in February next year. Only five of that bodystyle were built and this particular example was purchased in 1939 and shipped to England. It has had five owners since new and is expected to fetch no less than $25 million (!) during Artcurial Motorcars’ auction in Paris on February 8.

2005 Jaguar XJ Vanden Plas – $9,995

As much as we love modern Jaguars, the early and mid-2000s models have a special place within our hearts. That’s why this mint example of the XJ sedan grabbed our attention and we are seriously tempted to call the seller.

It has virtually everything you could ask for – electric memory seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic gearbox, folding tables for the rear seats, premium audio system, and much more. Oh, and don’t forget that silk-smooth 4.2-liter V8 under the hood.

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1965 Jaguar XKE – price on request

The E-Type (or XKE on the North American market) is arguably one of the best-looking vehicles of all time. But there’s much more to it than the beautiful body – it was one of the fastest cars of its era and also a relatively affordable vehicle compared to its direct rivals.

This particular car is from the early years of production and is actually a roadster version with a folding soft top. With a maximum speed of about 150 mph (241 kph) and a 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) acceleration in about seven seconds, the XKE remains an impressive machine even by today’s standards.

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1965 Chevrolet Corvette L76 – current b >

Just below $22,000 is probably a pretty fair price for an original 1965 Chevrolet Corvette coupe with restored exterior and rebuilt engine. The V8 motor is paired with a four-speed manual gearbox.

According to the ad, the car underwent a complete body restoration and repaint in 2005 and comes with all documents to prove that. It is finished in interior matching Rally Red color and, dare we say, it looks stunning.

Acura Integra V8 – $27,995

So, you need a sleeper? This car is probably not what you are looking for, but give it a chance – it’s a beast. We’re talking about a V8-powered Acura Integra that wants to kill you, so don’t give it too many chances.

Jokes aside, there’s an 8.2-liter V8 twin-turbo engine behind the driver’s back. Actually, according to many sources, that’s the largest displacement production V8 ever made. With twin turbos. In an Integra. Still need anything other?

2017 Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle – $78,750

This awesome Wrangler interpretation was created by Chelsea Truck Company and Kahn Design, which installed a number of custom-built exterior details and reworked the interior. There’s a fair chance this could be the most luxurious Wrangler in the world, but we won’t make that claim.

Power is provided by a 2.8-liter turbodiesel with 280 horsepower (209 kilowatts) mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox. The power is channeled to all four wheels. The equipment includes keyless entry, hill descent control, automatic headlights and wipers, automatic two-zone air conditioner, ESP, six-speaker audio system, cruise control, and others.

1956 Wartburg 311 Kabriolett – $57,900

Have no idea what Wartburg is? It was an automotive manufacturer from East Germany, which disappeared in the early 1990s after the German reunification. Its factory was acquired by Opel shortly after. Want to learn more? Check out here.

This particular Wartburg is one of the most expensive examples offered worldwide today. It’s built in 1956 and is in good overall condition, despite some minor age-related marks. It’s been filmed in a number of short movies. The seller says it can be shipped all around the world on agreement.

1993 Alfa Romeo 155 GTA Stradale – to be auctioned

This is a truly rare piece of automotive history. This is the only Alfa 155 GTA Stradale prototype ever built and is in completely working condition. It was a gift from Alfa for its success in touring car racing, but never actually reached production due to the high development and production costs.

Under the hood is a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, which sends power to all four wheels. Its original creator, legendary Abarth engineer and father of the Lancia 037, Sergio Limone, describes it as a “missed opportunity” that should have gone into production.

1967 Volkswagen Type 2 21-Window Sunroof Deluxe – current b >

Prices of 18- and 21-window VW Type 2 buses are skyrocketing in the recent years and it’s nice to see a good, clean example for a relatively low price. What’s even better, it retains much of its original paint and features a completely rebuilt 1.6-liter flat-four engine at the back. The four-speed manual gearbox is also fully rebuilt.

The seller with a clean New Mexico title says it has recently received new pop-out front windows, and an interior refresh with new upholstery, floor mats, door panels, canvass sunroof, and more. We can only hope the price remains unchanged in the next couple of days.

Marilyn Monroe’s Ford Thunderbird – $300,000 to $500,000

This rare piece of automotive history will go on sale during Julien’s Auctions’ “Icons & Idols: Hollywood” event on November 16-17, in Los Angeles. The car was owned by Monroe between 1955 and 1962, and it is believed she and her husband Arthur Miller drove it to their civil wedding ceremony on June 28, 1956, and likely their private wedding on June 30, 1956. In 1962, Monroe gifted the Thunderbird to John Strasberg, the son of her acting coach Lee Strasberg and his wife Paula.

1974 Ford Bronco V8 4×4 – current b >

Ford is planning to revive the famed Bronco moniker with a brand new model, but we will always appreciate a good-looking classic Bronco. The engine, transmission, and transfer case of this particular car were all rebuilt within the last 1,500 miles (2,414 km), so it’s probably safe to assume they are in a perfect condition.

The truck was fully restored 20 years ago and received a new body paint, again, less than 12 months ago. The striking red color can be seen in the cabin too, where it’s dominating the dashboard with a vintage-looking metal console.

1969 Saab 95 V4 – current b >

And because we also love wagons, here’s one rare Swedish wagon that definitely deserves your attention. It got its engine fully rebuilt in 2016 and the bodywork, brakes, electrics, and virtually everything has been recently revised.

Under the hood of this retro gem is a 1.7-liter engine mated to a four-speed manual gearbox with a steering wheel column-mounted shifter. It comes with an original roof rack and a third row of seats.

1984 Lotus X100 Prototype – $66,000

This is your chance to own a piece of Lotus’ history – this is the last car designed by Lotus founder, Colin Chapman. It’s also a road-legal prototype, powered by a Toyota-sourced 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 123 horsepower (92 kilowatts).

You think the price is too high? Well, we think it’s a fair price for a show-ready condition prototype with only small scratch inside the driver’s door jam, small tears and stains on the convertible top, and a small stain on the carpet in the driver’s footwell.

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale – $25,000

One of the most beautiful Alfas ever made, this Giulietta Sprint Speciale was imported to the United States in 2008 and then moved to Canada in 2014. It is said to be one of a handful built with front vent windows.

Power is provided by a 1.3-liter twin-cam four-banger mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, channeling power to the rear wheels. Work performed over the past four years includes service to the Girling four-wheel drum brake system, changing the fluids, and the installation of a new idler arm.

2002 Ford Focus V8 – $8,500

An interesting conversion of a first-gen Focus into a V8 RWD beast with improved chassis and brakes. The engine is sourced from a 1991 Mustang and has recently received a new fuel injection system, so it’s probably in a very healthy condition.

The car has just 54 miles (87 kilometers) on the odometer after it was built and is ready to be driven. The seller wants $8,500, but we bet you can show up with anything in the region of $8,000 and take it home.

1961 Porsche 356B 1600S Roadster – $100,000

This is not just yet another 356 – it’s one of only 475 Roadsters with a body built by D’leteren in Belgium. It left the assembly lines on August 3, 1961, or exactly 57 years ago. The car received a full restoration between 2007 and 2010, including a body repaint, a new red interior, and revised brake and fuel systems. The clocks now show approximately 49,000 miles (79,093 kilometers).

Power comes from a 1,750-cc flat-four engine transplanted from a 356 SC model, mated to an original four-speed manual gearbox. Both the motor and the transmission were recently rebuilt at a total cost of over $16,000.

Prince Harry’s Audi RS6 Avant – $93,500

The British royal family is a bunch of petrolheads, and it’s a real miracle when one of their cars goes up for sale. That’s exactly the case this time, as Prince Harry’s stunning Audi RS6 Avant is listed for sale at £71,900 or approximately $93,500 at the current exchange rates.

It’s only a year-or-so old car with just 4,464 miles (7,184 kilometers) on the clock. Better hurry up, as you probably won’t get another chance to own a piece of the Royal family’s fine car collection anytime soon.

Porsche RS Spyder Le Mans prototype – to be auctioned

This is a truly special car. This RS Spyder with chassis 9R6.706 was developed for the 2005 American Le Mans Series and will be auctioned for the first time. This will happen during the Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach sale in August. It features a striking bare carbon fiber bodywork and will be joined by other historic Spyder models in the same sale.

1960 BMW Isetta 600 – $15,600

Yes, that’s really a BMW. And it’s an iconic one – according to many, the Isetta is one of the most important models in the history of the Bavarian brand. And this particular example is even more valuable, as it was previously part of a museum collection between 1998 and 2015. The current owner bought the car at an auction and put it to a full exterior and interior restoration.

Indeed, the photos of the car confirm it’s mint with shining paintwork, but interestingly it still retains stock lighting, reflectors, and BMW emblems. It’s a U.S.-spec Isetta with 10-inch wheels fitted with Dunlop tires, and featuring 582-cc flat-twin engine, sending power to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual gearbox.

1962 Ford Thunderbird Custom – $20,000

This pristine Thunderbird was converted into a mild custom model by its previous owner in Canada and was imported to California three years ago. It was recently repainted and has rebuilt transmission, suspension, steering, and braking system. Also, the electric system was revised and new wide-whitewall tires were fitted.

The odometer shows approximately 48,000 miles (77,248 kilometers), 800 of which have been added by the seller while taking the car to events and shows.

1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster – call for price

This 300 SL Roadster started its life as an U.S.-spec model, but was professionally converted into an European version during a thorough restoration process, which started in early 2014 and was completed in March 2017 by Mercedes-Benz Classic Center. The vehicle was completely dismantled and every step of the process was patiently documented.

Interestingly, despite a couple of minor cosmetic repairs, the car is still featuring its original bodywork. The car was resprayed according to the original specification, which includes a paintwork in three stages. The engine, transmission, and interior were completely rebuilt.

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