If there’s one car that needs little introduction, it’s the Porsche 911. An icon in motoring, the 991 iteration was a glorious celebration of all Porsche knows about building a great car. This, the second generation (dubbed the 991.2 series) expanded on the already great basis formed and extracted even more out of the chassis. While there are various models for various purposes (such as the GT2 RS and GT3 RS for a hardcore experience), the Turbo S remains the favorite for combining all the speed that the badge is known for, with the practicality and usability that only a 911 can deliver. And this tuned 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S is a great example of a perfectly specified pre-owned unit.Read More
The McLaren MP4-12C is already an icon of motoring. It was the first road car produced by the legendary Grand Prix constructor since the record-breaking McLaren F1. It was also the first McLaren production car to be fully built and designed in-house. A clinical creation, the MP4-12C used the best of what the McLaren racing team had learned over years of Formula 1 victories and introduced them on a road-car..
This stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is up for sale, with a host of lovingly considered additions made, making it perfect for those looking for a completed resto-mod. With an upgraded LS3 engine, and many more modifications to the suspension, brakes, and exterior, this ’69 Chevy Camaro melds old-school design with new engineering and power.Read More
This rather unusual green-accented creation is a heavily customized 2013 Chevrolet 4500 Express. With extensive modifications, this lifted and undoubtedly unique off-roader/utility van features storage for two BMX bikes, custom-built Fox suspension with a significant lift, and a plethora of speakers (if the exterior wasn’t loud enough already)! With 104930 miles, this custom creation features two facing benches in addition to the rear forward-facing seats that sit atop yet more speakers, for that ultimate party experience.Read More
The Lamborghini Diablo VT is a later-edition of the venerable Diablo. This was the first Diablo to feature the addition of all-wheel drive, borrowing the tech from the LM002 SUV that was also made by Lamborghini. This particular car has reportedly undergone a professional refresh. It sports a new interior, as well as a host of new parts under the hood. This 1995 Lamborghini Diablo VT has partial service history, as well as a clean Carfax. Included are the latest records to confirm the car’s restoration, as well as the original set of manuals in their leather case.Read More