Cars for Sale
In a world where massive performance gains and fancy exterior modifications are available with a few clicks online, and while powering down a drag strip and looking different is all the rage, staying original is reserved for the purist who likes to enjoy their cars the right way. The 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible we have today is a lovely example of muscle car royalty. With a reported 36,450 miles on the clock, this low-mileage American classic also comes with documentation to prove its originality.
A pivotal milestone for any company is when its brand becomes a benchmark for luxury, even in unrelated contexts. Ferrari, an exemplar of such achievement, has attained this status today. Since its establishment by Enzo Ferrari in 1939, the company has reigned supreme in the realm of luxury performance, renowned for its iconic vehicles and a brand that epitomizes opulence. The introduction of the Ferrari Dino 246 GT in 1967 marked a breakthrough moment for Ferrari, solidifying its enduring legacy, which persists until the present year of 2023. Among its notable successors is the Ferrari 458, a mid-engine sports car produced from 2009 to 2015, encompassing six distinct variants, including the esteemed Speciale variant introduced in 2013. Embark on an enchanting journey through city streets with the 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale, boasting an impressive array of options and a mere 5,990 miles registered on the odometer.
If you're in the market for the ultimate driving experience, look no further than the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible 3LZ. This high-performance variant of the eighth-generation Corvette is the epitome of power and precision. Under the hood, you'll find a V8 engine that screams to over 8,000rpm, delivering exhilarating performance like no other. Combined with its exceptional handling and braking capabilities, this Corvette offers a driving experience that is sure to leave you breathless. With only 225 miles on the odometer, this car is practically brand new, eagerly awaiting its next owner to unleash its full potential. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this highly coveted and desirable car. Contact us today for more information and prepare to be blown away by the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible 3LZ.
Presenting an extraordinary opportunity in the world of exotic supercars, we have the 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 equipped with a rare 6-Speed gated manual transmission. This exceptional vehicle is a custom-ordered masterpiece, believed to be one of only two examples in its configuration built for the global market. With a remarkably low mileage of just 8,000 miles, this unicorn-like Gallardo is a pristine, one-owner gem that is bound to captivate collectors and enthusiasts alike. This Gallardo is a true rarity, being one of only 43 rear-wheel drive manual transmission models in the United States, making it a highly desirable car to both drive and invest in. Its meticulously maintained condition and pampered history, with only one owner since new, further enhance its appeal. The original protective plastic on the footwell carpet speaks to the level of care and preservation this car has received. All services have been diligently carried out at authorized Lamborghini dealerships, ensuring optimal performance and condition. Accompanying this extraordinary Gallardo are two key fobs, manufacturer's literature, the owner's manual, a tool kit, a factory car cover, and a clean Carfax report, providing assurance of its authenticity and provenance. This vehicle represents a rare opportunity to own a truly special Lamborghini Gallardo, offering a thrilling driving experience, remarkable exclusivity, and the potential for future appreciation in value. For collectors and enthusiasts seeking an exceptional addition to their collection, this 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 with a 6-Speed gated manual transmission stands as a testament to Lamborghini's engineering prowess and design excellence. Don't miss this chance to acquire a pristine and highly coveted piece of automotive artistry.
Muscle cars are designed to make a statement from the moment they roll off the factory floor, and the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR we have today takes this to the next level. With only 6,000 miles on the clock, this track-focused powerhouse is a sight to behold and is guaranteed to provide endless excitement. The car's sleek and aerodynamic design is matched by its impressive performance, making it the perfect choice for drivers who crave speed and precision. Whether you're setting lap times on the track or cruising on the open road, the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR is sure to provide an unforgettable driving experience with infinite smiles per gallon.
Indulging in a grand touring experience is an embodiment of pure driving pleasure. However, locating a grand tourer that possesses all the necessary elements can be a daunting challenge in today's automotive market. In light of this, we present to you this 2020 Ferrari Portofino that we have on offer today. With 22,500 miles registered on its odometer, this Italian powerhouse can be yours to acquire and enjoy the pinnacle of driving luxury.
Introducing the Rezvani Tank - an unusual-looking mid-size SUV that appears to be well-suited for use during an apocalypse or on an extraterrestrial planet. This vehicle is designed for individuals who require maximum protection and armor that civilians can legally purchase. Built on a Jeep Wrangler platform, the Tank is powered by a 6.4L HEMI V8 engine and equipped with a range of features typically found on full-fledged military vehicles such as thermal cameras and EMP protection. While the average user may not require more than 25% of what this vehicle can offer, owning one would undoubtedly ensure that your neighbors would think twice before messing with you. This specific 2020 Rezvani Tank has only 9,500 miles, making it nearly brand new.
Derived from the McLaren 720S, the 765LT Spider is an even more powerful open-top variant of McLaren's second all-new car following the 650S. The 720 series was in production from 2017 to 2022, and only 765 units of the 765LT Spider were produced for the global market. This 2022 McLaren 765LT Spider is a rare opportunity to acquire one of these impressive vehicles, and with just 1,575 miles, it is in pristine, like-new condition. We invite you to come and experience this remarkable machine firsthand before it's gone.
When the Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV made its debut, it instantly became a symbol of fashion, style, and luxury in the highly competitive SUV market. Now, you have the opportunity to experience it firsthand with this 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan. With a mileage of just 14,125 miles, this ultra-luxurious SUV is ready to transport you in unparalleled style and comfort.
The German high-performance automotive manufacturer Porsche has been in the business since 1931. Throughout its colorful history, it has produced some of the best and most memorable performance vehicles, but none other embodies Porsche ethos as the Porsche Nine One One or 911. The 911 was introduced in 1964 as the Porsche 901, and due to naming agreements, Porsche changed the name to 911. The first 911 was a 2+2 2.0L flat-6 engine. The Porsche 911 is still in production and on its 8th iteration. In our listing is a 2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S AWD which comes equipped with a sweet 7-speed manual transmission and just 15,000 miles on this fine German specimen.
The Dodge Challenger, a celebrated American automotive icon, is nearing the end of its production life cycle. Originally introduced as a value version of the full-sized Coronet Silver Challenger, the nameplate gained independence in 1969, positioning itself to compete with the Mercury Cougar and the Pontiac Firebird. While its competitors have long since discontinued production, the Challenger has endured and is now the sole survivor. With 2023 set to be the final year of production, the Challenger is poised to achieve collector status and hold a special place in the hearts of enthusiasts. Offered for sale is a 2023 Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak, with a mere 18 miles on the odometer and Last Call commemorative plaque under the hood. This top-of-the-line vehicle is an extraordinary opportunity to own a piece of automotive history.
Rolls-Royce cars have built themselves a reputation from the time of their founding. The company has outlived two World Wars, depressions, stock market crashes, and everything since 1906. During the subsequent decades, the automotive arm of Rolls-Royce was renamed Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in 1998 and was bought over by BMW AG. The Rolls-Royce Ghost is a spiritual successor of the historic Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost and a direct successor of the Silver Wraith. It was introduced in 2009 as a full-sized luxury car and is currently in its second generation. The first generation Ghost consists of Series I and Series II, of which this 2016 Rolls-Royce Ghost is of the latter and comes with just 24,300 miles on the odometer.
Tesla's immense success with its all-electric vehicles proved to the world and manufacturers that EVs are the way to go. Lucid Motors is one of Tesla's direct competitors to gain traction quickly. Founded in 2007 as Atieva by ex-Tesla VP, and an Oracle executive, they rebranded as Lucid Motors in 2016 and announced their intention to enter the EV with their offering. Lucid's magnum opus to date is the Lucid Air, a fully electric executive-style four-door sedan, which was offered in 5 variants in 2021. Join the EV club with this 2023 Lucid Air Touring with a host of factory options and an almost new mileage of 300 miles.
Rolls-Royce is no stranger to creating masterpieces, as their clientele can very well stomach the purchase prices. The sheer exclusivity and unique nature of these masterpieces mean we don't see them on the used market very often. That's why you should cast your eyes upon and grant considerable attention to this 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe we've got for sale right now. With just 29,700 miles, you can see that it's been used very sparingly and is a great statement-maker.
Porsche's success with its air-cooled Porsche 911 in 1964 propelled the German Automobile company to great heights. The 911's design language was such a success that Porsche retained the basic concept of the car but enhanced it with cutting-edge technology and features. For 2023 Porsche offered the 911 in a bewildering 26 variants catering to a slew of requirements, budgets, and tastes. Up for sale is a 2023 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS with just 500 miles on the odometer.
Presenting an exquisite 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, a true masterpiece with an impressive list of features that will leave any car enthusiast in awe. The body lines on this 57-year-old fiberglass beauty are simply breathtaking, showcasing its timeless design. Remarkably, there are no stress cracks, chips, blemishes, orange peel, fading, or swirls, attesting to its pristine condition. This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is a masterpiece in every sense, combining timeless design, exceptional performance, and meticulous craftsmanship. With its impeccable condition, impressive features, and validated by a seasoned NCRS judge, this Corvette is a coveted gem for collectors and enthusiasts alike. Don't miss the opportunity to own this remarkable piece of automotive history that will surely turn heads, captivate hearts and get to experience the unparalleled allure of this iconic classic car.
The Ferrari 355 represented one of the finest cars of the Nineties to come out of the house of Maranello. When the time for a sequel rolled around, Ferrari was on the ball and debuted the 360 in 1999, just in time for the turn of the millennium. Sporting Pininfarina looks, a beautiful-sounding V8, and that signature Ferrari driving feel, it could be forgiven for no longer sporting pop-up headlamps as current safety regulations effectively wrote them out of the future. This particular 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena is a Euro-spec model and, when converted, has the equivalent of 42,700 miles done since new. Snap it up ASAP because someone else will net this rare low-mileage beauty if you don't.
Introducing the 2023 Nissan Z Performance, a triumphant revival of the iconic Z family that captivates with its striking design and exhilarating performance. Embodying the essence of the legendary Z lineage, this car is a true driver's delight, boasting a standard manual transmission that puts you in complete control of its 400-horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine. With a mere 400 miles on the clock, this Z Performance model represents a rare opportunity to own a modern sports car that combines timeless Z car elements with cutting-edge innovations. Step into a world of thrills with the Nissan Z, where passion meets power and driving becomes an unforgettable experience.
The association between Aston Martin and James Bond is so cemented in pop culture that it's hard not to think of the British superspy when gazing upon one of these British machines of speed, elegance, and power. Not every Aston Martin has graced a Bond film, mind you. That doesn't matter; why not buy this 2020 Aston Martin Vantage Coupe, don a tux, and imagine yourself on a secret mission? We are told that when new, this car wore a price tag of $179,994 and has just 22,000 miles on the clock. While we can't guarantee that you'll get hired by British Intelligence, we can definitively say that you'll enjoy every moment behind the wheel of this car.
September 1964 is a watershed moment in German automotive history, marking the arrival of the Porsche 911 to the world. The 911 has been continuously produced since then; one of a handful of cars to boast such as long and uninterrupted history. From 1964 to 1998, the 911 used air-cooled engines until the switch to water cooling was necessitated by increasing emission regulations and rising power outputs. This 2021 Porsche 911 Carrera S hails from the latest 992 generation that debuted in 2019. With 6,900 miles on the clock, it's still an infant in car terms and ready for a long life of thrilling motoring.
When the Nissan GT-R, also known as the R35, debuted in 2007, it took the world by storm and broke the formula of more performance equaling a higher price. Here was a car that could go toe-to-toe with Europe's best while costing, in some cases, just half the price. The GT-R is still in production, having undergone three facelifts and several updates, and sales show no signs of slowing down. This 2020 Nissan GT-R Premium comes from the second facelift era and bears 22,800 miles since new. It also has a host of enhancements to boast that will thrill its next lucky owner.
BMW's M-Division boasts a long and illustrious heritage. It was founded in 1972, and its first racing project was the BMW 3.0 CSL. Throughout the years, they have produced some of the most sought-after M versions of the regular BMWs. The BMW M4 is the performance variant of the BMW 3 Series and has been in production since 2014 for two generations. Up for grabs is a 2023 BMW M4 Convertible Competition xDrive with just 500 miles on the odometer and many features and options.
If you're in the market for a luxury sports car that embodies unparalleled performance, style, and innovation, look no further than the all-new 2022 Maserati MC20. The "MC" in its name stands for Maserati Corse, a testament to the brand's storied racing heritage. As one of the most highly anticipated supercars of the year, this model introduces the revolutionary Nettuno engine, a 100% Maserati creation that brings F1 technology to the road and represents a historic moment for the Italian marque. What we have here is an unspoiled example of the 2022 Maserati MC20, boasting just 6,200 miles on its clock. Whether you're a passionate racing enthusiast or simply appreciate the finer things in life, the MC20 is a car that is sure to impress with its exceptional performance, design, and craftsmanship.
Ferrari has dabbled in four-seat grand tourers for decades, with mostly excellent results. The FF was one of the greats, produced between 2011 and 2016, to seat four people, travel great distances, and even come with a special part-time four-wheel-drive system. Up for sale with us is a 2012 Ferrari FF that bears 22,300 miles, and the current owner reports that it's been serviced up to date, with records to back it up. If ever there was a family Ferrari, this could just be it!
As time passed, Hummer's gas-guzzling road monsters started looking irrelevant. By 2010, the Hummer brand was discontinued, but General Motors didn't stuff the brand in the back of the basement archives. No, they kept it on a shelf in the main offices, dusted and ready to be trotted out when deemed suitable. The trotting out happened in 2021 when it was announced that the Hummer brand would be a GMC sub-brand and produce electric SUVs and pickup trucks. That's precisely what we've got here, a 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup Edition 1 with just 6,500 miles on the odometer since it rolled out of Factory Zero in Detroit.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a recent offering from the illustrious automaker, embodies the brand's reputation for crafting vehicles that ignite passion and fascination. The privilege of taking the reins of the prancing horse is one reserved for a select few, and once behind the wheel, one's fate becomes forever intertwined with the rich heritage of the brand. This cherished 2023 Ferrari SF90 Stradale is an impeccable example with a mere 100 miles on the odometer, nearly fresh off the stables. This marvel on wheels retains the timeless recipe for crafting vehicles that leave one in awe, as evidenced by its remarkable design and engineering.
One of the most iconic, instantly recognizable, and highly desirable is the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer Ferrari. Interestingly Ferrraris founding was more into racing Alfa Romeo cars than building them, and Enzo Ferrari reluctantly made the first Ferrari-badged car in 1947 after the company's incorporation in 1939. Ferrari has created some of the most anticipated and sought-after sports cars for decades. One of these is the Ferrari F430, produced from 2005 to 2009, succeeded by the Ferrari 458 in 2009. With just 29,067 miles on the odometer and the car in almost new condition, this 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia is a definite car to have in your stables.
If class, sophistication, and performance are what you are looking for, then look no further than the British luxury vehicle manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motors Cars Limited. Founded in 1904 as a partnership and thereafter incorporated in 1906 as Rolls-Royce Limited. Rolls-Royce's first venture into the SUV market was with their Rolls-Royce Cullinan in 2018. An extravagant ride in the form of this 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan with a personalized order is up for the taking as it has only 8,094 miles on the odometer.
The story of the G-Class by now is one that everyone knows. The vehicle was first introduced as a military machine before it was softened up for civilian use in 1981. Over time, the G Wagon continued to evolve until the W461 chassis was introduced in 1992 and still holds as the base for the SUV today. Believe it or not, the vehicle you see here is from the first generation. Mercedes-Benz thought it made sense to keep what worked unchanged, so the same layout from 1990 carried forward with improvements. As the entry-level model, this 2017 Mercedes Benz G550 4x4² goes beyond its description as a 'standard' SUV, especially with its aftermarket additions.
This 1995 Land Rover Defender 110 has undergone a meticulous frame-off restoration resulting in an exceptional vehicle with exceptional attention to detail. The Hills Edition, built by The Landrovers, boasts a powerful 6.2L LS3 V8 engine paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission, affording outstanding performance and capability. The Black Leather interior with White Stitching is elegant and comfortable, while the Classic Dashboard brings together the classic and modern elements of this remarkable vehicle. With only 1,100 miles on the odometer after some neat enhancements, this British classic packs a punch and boasts the best of luxury, capability, and performance. Every bolt and nut has been touched, making this Defender the epitome of excellence.
What do a Zeppelin, World War II tank engines, and uber luxury personal cars have in common? All three were produced by a company called Maybach. While Maybach has been a luxury brand of Mercedes-Benz since 1960, their history is rich. From 2021, Mercedes-Benz has used the Maybach brand to upscale its flagship S-Class further. The Mercedes-Maybach is produced in two variants, both sedans, the S580 and the S680. Up for grabs is a 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S680 4MATIC with a negligible 17 miles on the odometer.
Not many names on our list of offerings are as long as the one you just read, but that is because not many vehicles out there are as unique as this. A behemoth in the Super Duty lineup, the Ford F-550 is a 'do it all' machine, one you can even turn into a mobile luxury apartment. That's what the builders at 27 North did exactly. This monstrous luxury off-road expedition truck is a fully built mobile home for 4 and is currently taking in applications for a rightful new owner. This Off-Road Camper is fully equipped with all the necessities you would see in a full sized house. Inside the cabin includes a shower, bed, kitchen and exterior solar panels. All of these luxury amenities are built around a military style recovery vehicle with dual 12,000 lb winches, 41" Off-Road Tires, LED Exterior Lights, External Outdoor Marine Style Speakers, Retractable Awning and more!
Since its inception, The Ford F450 has been one of the big boys in Ford's truck range. Built to haul goods and stand out when specced right, you can't go wrong owning one. The vehicle we have today is no ordinary Ford F-450. With its custom modifications and superb features, this 2018 Ford F-450 Super Duty - Dual Rear Wheel is the golden standard for truck ownership and can be yours today!
An Italian-American confluence, the De Tomaso Pantera was the brainchild of Alejandro De Tomaso. An Argentinian by birth, he founded De Tomaso Automobili and started knocking out some awe-inspiring sports cars that are collectibles today. The Pantera, Italian for panther, is arguably the most famous De Tomaso. Over 7,000 were produced between 1971 and 1992, and three-quarters ended up in the United States. This 1985 De Tomaso Pantera GT5 is your chance to own one of these beautiful brutes that will keep you entertained no matter what kind of drive you choose to take in it. It's for sale by its original owner too.
Browsing through Bentley’s website you’ll see that they describe the 3rd generation Bentley Flying Spur as “A combination of performance and luxury that should be impossible”. Looking at this 2020 Bentley Flying Spur W12 First Edition Sedan and you instantly know that statement is not just a marketing gimmick. With 23,000 miles reported on the clock this First Edition specification is the golden standard of Bentley and, yours to drive off in, today!
Land Rover is one of those British automobile manufacturers which has some of the most widely known vehicles. It is a brand of Jaguar Land Rover and was introduced in 1948, as a predominantly four-wheel drive, off-road capable vehicle. Arguably the Land Rover Defender is the most well-known model of their lineup, the Defender dates all the way back to 1983 when it was first introduced, the Defender is the spiritual successor of the Land Rover Series from 1948. This particular 1989 Land Rover Defender 110 is far from what it was originally built with, as the owner has upgraded it with many parts, and comes with just 1,800 miles on the new engine.
Ever scrolled through YouTube and seen cars set top speed records? Well, if you do, the name Hennessey sure comes to mind. The American performance powerhouse is known for one thing, taking a fast car, and making it faster. With an impressive history of breaking records, the year 2020 would bring about their latest project, the Jeep Gladiator Hennessey Maximus. The Maximus is one mean machine that sits on top of the off-road food chain and when unveiled at SEMA with just a limited run of 24 units you sure were missing out if you didn't get your hands on one. Ever wondered what life would be like with a high-performance off-roader? This is your chance to own one of 24 rare beasts with this 2020 Jeep Gladiator Hennessey Maximus we have today. With just 3,400 miles on the clock, you sure get exclusivity and performance.
Mercedes-Benz's roots date all the way back to 1883 when it was known as Benz & Cie. Their slogan of "the best or nothing" has translated into creating some of the world's best and widely recognized cars. From 1997 to 2020, the Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class was produced; it was a series of mid-size luxury coupes and convertibles. The second-generation CLK-Class was made from 2002-to 2010; it was during this time that Mercedes-Benz introduced the most powerful CLK-Class of the time, which was the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 Black Series. A rare chance to own these magnificent cars is at hand with this 2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Coupe Black Series car, which has just 12,765 miles on the odometer.
The Team at Exotic Car Trader is honored to be selling something like Batman’s Tumbler! Just kidding, it’s not the actual movie car, but a replica that’s currently in Kazakhstan! This custom-built 2021 Batmobile Tumbler is currently not street legal as it’s wider than most street-legal vehicles, but don’t let that stop you if you’re a Batman fan and looking for something wild and weird. The seller reports that he did most of the work himself, and the pictures show that he’s done a great job in creating this the unconventional thing that’s reportedly the only one of its kind in the world!
In the Sixties, Ford created the GT40 as a form of payback following a slight by Enzo Ferrari. Ford was all set to purchase Ferrari when Ferrari pulled out of the deal over a tussle as to who would control the racing team. Miffed by this, and having sunk money on audits and related activities, Ford vowed to build a car that would beat Ferrari at his home turf on the racing field, Le Mans. This resulted in the birth of the GT40. After a rocky start, Carroll Shelby was brought in, and the project ultimately yielded Ford four consecutive Le Mans wins, in 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969, and delivering cold revenge to Enzo Ferrari. In 2004, Ford decided to build a limited run of Ford GTs as a nod to this legendary Sixties racer. Only 4,038 were produced, making this 2005 Ford GT a rare find, more so given that it’s only got 2,800 miles on its odometer. Two keys, the owner’s manual and books are included in the sale of this car.
The luxury SUV market is one of the fastest-growing markets in the automotive industry. Each manufacturer has its version of a luxury SUV and Mercedes-Benz arguably has perfected the recipe with their G-Class. The vehicle was originally intended for rough utilitarian use but has now become a symbol of success and standing out from the crowd. Couple this with performance from the folks at AMG and you got one a vehicle that is a superb all-rounder. Luxury and performance are two key things but standing out and making a statement is what the G63 AMG does best. The 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 was so good at doing this in fact the folks over at Car and Driver stated that “If feeling like a celebrity on your daily commute is important to you, The G63 comes with this feature as standard” Still don’t believe us? This 2021 Mercedes-AMG G 63 might make you think differently. With just 10,563 miles on the clock and looks that demand anyone’s attention, this is your chance at commanding the roads with style.
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.
The mere mention of Bentley and one thinks of the best luxury and class an automotive manufacturer can offer; being behind the wheel of one or even treasuring miles past as a backseat driver is an experience you can't replicate. It's time you experienced the best Bentley offers in the form of this 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur. With a reported 13,600 miles on the clock, this luxury cruiser can be yours to slow down a fast-paced life and enjoy every mile surrounded by unmatched luxury and class. Included in the sale are two keys and sales literature.
The present-day Karma Automotives was the brainchild of the Danish automotive Designer Henrik Fisker. Henrik had an impressive resume as he was the lead designer of the Aston Martin DB9, Artega GT, and the famous BMW Z8. He wanted to build a car designed from the ground up by him. Hence his co-founding of Fisker Automotive in 2007. Due to many reasons, Fisker Automotive was shuttered, and all but the name was bought over by a Chinese company that rebranded it as Karma Automotive. Their first model was the Karma Revero, produced from 2016 to 2020, and the second iteration from 2020 to date. Up for grabs is a car that will turn heads; this 2018 Karma Revero has just 8.400 miles on the odometer.
As the final swansong to the C5 Corvette, Chevy released 2,025 24 Hours of Le Mans Commemorative Edition models to the market in 2004. Finding one of these special C5s is not easy, so let us help you out with this 2004 Chevrolet Corvette Le Mans Commemorative Edition that's up for sale right now. It's a convertible with just 14,200 miles on the clock and awaits its next lucky owner.
Undoubtedly one of the finest Fifties cars to ever come from an American manufacturer, the Cadillac Series 62 is a treat for the eyes, mind, and soul. This 1959 Cadillac Series 62 is actually a sixth-generation example of this nameplate and showcases the stunning Bill Mitchell design that made it a cult classic. We'll let the pictures do most of the talking, but let us tell you that this car has reportedly undergone a near-complete restoration and is almost factory fresh as a result. With just 27,300 miles reported, it's the perfect weekend cruiser for the discerning enthusiast with their family and luggage in tow.
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic sports cars in the world today and has stood the test of time, constantly evolving with each generation. Its modern iterations are sports car icons, and its iterations of the past decades are some of the most desirable works of the American automotive industry. This particular 1989 Chevrolet Corvette has been well preserved and has reportedly clocked 53,600 miles so far. With plenty of power to keep on eating up the miles, this Corvette is the perfect choice for anyone who wishes to preserve a piece of automotive heritage for themselves for many more years to come.
The Ford F-Series has been going on for well over five decades and is one of the Blue Oval's longest-running families. This 1956 Ford F-100 Big Window Pickup Truck Restomod is a second-generation example and one that's reportedly undergone a restoration that concluded in 2018. Looking stunning, it's also got a new and more powerful motor that's done under 2,500 miles. Will you take a chance on this reborn truck that can easily cut it with modern traffic, act as a faithful daily driver, and put a smile on your face each time you bury the throttle?
Known as the 'go everywhere vehicle,' the Land Rover Defender is one of the most utilitarian and iconic vehicles in the world's automotive history and continues to remain a relevant name today. However, much has changed since the Series 1 left the factories in the Fifties. Modern Land Rovers come equipped with all sorts of electronic driver assist systems in making traversal in rough terrain efficient, quick, and convenient. But for those who want a more 'raw experience' to truly connect with the vehicle and conquer the elements without compromising on more modern luxuries, this 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 is the ideal choice. Reportedly having undergone a full frame-off restoration, this Defender is equipped with a number of enhancements; with only 850 miles reported on the clock, this Land Rover has everything you would need from a powerful and capable off-roader without compromises.
At first glance, you might be thinking that this is a Hummer H1. Well, nothing is further from the truth. Say hello to this 2010 AM General M1123 HMMWV Turbo Diesel, which is a military Humvee that's been adapted to civilian use as reported by the current owner. Yes, you can drive this M1123 model down to your local supermarket, drop the kids off at school with it, and take it to the office car park – if it will fit. It's got just 250 miles since conversion as well, so you're, in effect, getting a new vehicle. For interest's sake, M1123 is said to be a troop/cargo carrier out of the extensive HMMWV lineup.
The Chevrolet Corvette is an iconic piece of American automotive history and is a car that still remains relevant and highly desirable among enthusiasts of American sports cars. It is, in fact, one of the most iconic sports cars in the world today and has stood the test of time, evolving and changing with every year and generation. This 2023 model is barely driven, with only 600 miles reported on the clock. Fitted with the 3LT equipment group's features and the Z51 Performance Package, this particular Corvette has several conveniences and enhancements that all help the car remain true to its reputation as a full-blooded high-performance machine. The car also comes with plenty of modern amenities and luxuries. With this generation of Corvettes already a modern classic in the making, this is a car that shouldn't be overlooked.
The vehicle you see here isn't a regular Hummer H1. No, it's actually the real deal, a military HMMWV of the 1165 up-armored variant that's been converted for civilian use. Say hello to this 2008 AM General M1165 HMMWV Turbo Diesel in our inventory that's up for sale. It's as rugged and brutish an off-roader as you can find. The current owner reports that it's been fully converted for civilian use, and it's got just 6,500 original miles on it. Furthermore, we are told that approximately $30k has been invested in upgrades, as well as restoration.
One of the greatest American-made automobiles that ever existed, the Chevrolet Impala's success is one that has prevailed for decades, constantly reinventing itself to match the demands of the times. Although the latter versions are certainly far tamer in appearance, the Impalas of yesteryear are a completely different story, with bold styling that made a statement to all that would behold it. This 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS is the perfect example of this fact. A beautiful specimen that has survived many decades, the current owner reports the vehicle to read 81,000 miles and that the car underwent a full restoration in 2015 with documentation. All the original parts that came off are reportedly included in the sale, and with a few added modern comforts, there's nothing to make you say no to this beauty of a specimen.
A fast-paced life requires moments of solitude; being behind the wheel of a classic American motor and feeling motorized therapy is one way to slow things down and take in what's good with the world. The 1962 Ford Thunderbird Roadster we have today is the perfect way to treasure a well-deserved drive, and with a reported 81,995 miles on the clock, this low mileage American classic is driving nirvana in all its glory and can be yours to drive off in today.
When picking out your Mustang, you are presented with options that can ensure an ownership experience filled with great memories or one that just lives up to the Mustang standard of sports car ownership. The car we have today represents the former and is an example that sports the right trim and specifications for a good time; present today is this lovely 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT Convertible. With a reported 28,751 miles on the clock, this low-mileage modern American Classic can be yours to cruise into the weekend with style.
Known as the 'go everywhere vehicle,' the Land Rover Defender is one of the most utilitarian and iconic vehicles in the world's automotive history and continues to remain a relevant name today. However, much has changed since the Series 1 left the factories in the Fifties. Modern Land Rovers come equipped with all sorts of electronic driver assist systems to make traversal in rough terrain efficient, quick, and convenient. But for those who want a more 'raw experience' to truly connect with the vehicle and conquer the elements, this 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 is the ideal choice. The current owner reports that this was originally built, then refurbished and refreshed in South Africa; this hardy trooper still sports its original motor and transmission, a testament to how reliable this off-roading monster really is. With 202,000 miles reported on the clock, this Defender is still going strong with no hint of stopping.
Turn back the clock to the good old days of off-roading, and images of the humble Land Rover come into view; the British classic has been a mainstay off the beaten path; it's a weapon that's geared to take on the roughest terrain and power across against all odds. Present today is a blast from the past and takes shape in this lovely 1970 Land Rover Series IIA Double Roof Restoration. With a reported 51,000 miles on the clock, it's time you explored the great outdoors in style.
Chevy's Bel Air is renowned as a fine Fifties American automobile for the discerning collector who also enjoys the bowtie marque. As the brand's full-size offering, the Bel Air saw life from 1950 to 1975 in the United States. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Restomod is an excellent second-generation model that's restored, thanks to some tasty customizations, including a new heart. With 68,500 miles on the odometer, it's got so much more to give its new owner.
Introducing the 1994 Bentley Turbo R, a rare gem from the esteemed British automaker Bentley Motors. With its elegant design and turbocharged power, this vehicle represents the epitome of luxury and performance. Boasting a mileage of 72,000 miles, this particular Turbo R is a testament to its enduring quality. The Bentley Turbo R was produced from 1985 to 1997, and with only 7,230 units ever made, owning one puts you in an exclusive club of automotive enthusiasts. If you appreciate the combination of British craftsmanship and turbocharged performance, this is an opportunity you wouldn't want to miss. Immerse yourself in the world of British luxury as you take the wheel of this meticulously crafted Bentley Turbo R. Its timeless design, exquisite interior, and powerful turbocharged engine will provide an unparalleled driving experience. Whether you're a collector or simply seeking a statement of opulence, this 1994 Bentley Turbo R is ready to be your ticket to automotive excellence.
The Bentley Flying Spur, a name that traces its roots back to the S2 Continental of 1959, has evolved into a standalone model since 2005. As Bentley's flagship full-size luxury sedan, the Flying Spur offers a blend of opulence and sportiness for discerning customers who desire a dynamic driving experience. The 2018 Bentley Flying Spur W12 S, a remarkable second-generation variant, presents a captivating opportunity to immerse oneself in the world of Bentley with its low mileage of just 12,000 miles. Let's delve into the details to discover the essence of this extraordinary vehicle.
The popularity of the Grand Touring (GT) car segment is undeniable in today's automotive landscape, but its origins can be traced back to 1950s Europe. Among the manufacturers venturing into this realm, BMW, the renowned German luxury sports car maker, had been exploring the creation of GT models. However, it was not until 1990 that BMW unveiled the dedicated Grand Touring model, the BMW 8 Series, marking a significant milestone for the brand. The BMW 8 Series, now in its second generation, made its debut in 1990 and continued until 1999 for its first generation. The initial iteration, known as the BMW E31, was a captivating and beautifully crafted 2-door coupe that exemplified BMW's commitment to elegance and performance. Presenting a rare opportunity, a 1994 BMW 840Ci is currently available for acquisition. Aspiring owners of this unique 1994 BMW 840Ci should be aware of the remarkable heritage and allure associated with the BMW 8 Series. This rare gem offers a chance to own a piece of automotive history that represents the pinnacle of BMW's dedication to the Grand Touring segment, combining luxurious comfort, exhilarating performance, and unmistakable style.
The Maserati GranTurismo is the perfect package of luxury, performance, and history. The Italian powerhouse has brought about grand tourers that have looks that kill and performance that raises an eyebrow; don't take our word for it; it's time you experienced it yourself and drove off in this 2015 Maserati Granturismo MC Coupe we have today. What's better? This Italian beast has just a reported 16,500 miles on the clock!
The Chevrolet Nova, or Chevy II, is a compact automobile from the Bowtie's lineup, and it ran between 1962 and 1979, returning for three more years between 1985 and 1988 before bowing out for good. The third-generation Nova, which saw life between 1968 and 1974, is arguably the most prolific when the Nova would seriously contend with prolific names in the muscle car segment. This 1972 Chevrolet Nova is an excellent third-gen example, as it's a fully restored example with a newer and more potent heart. With just 100 miles since its second life, it awaits the right owner. Will that be you?
The BMW 6-Series is the Bavarian automaker's line-up of two-door grand tourers (although it encompasses a four-door GranCoupe as well nowadays). The first generation ran between 1976 and 1989, with fans having to wait until 2003, when the second generation debuted. The second generation's styling was somewhat controversial at the start, but it appears to have aged well, judging by the looks of this 2005 BMW 645Ci Convertible up for sale today. With just 29,800 miles on its wheels, it's a relatively low-miler too. Snap it up while you can!
Cruising in a 1950s car demands a laid-back drive on Route 66, as the big-bodied coupe sways from lane to lane, allowing you to absorb life's moments. However, what if you're the type of person who enjoys unleashing the throttle to feel the car's power whenever the mood strikes? Look no further than this 1950 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Sport Coupe Restomod. This remarkable post-war Chevrolet coupe boasts a new 327ci V8 engine equipped with a Holley 4-Barrel Carburetor, accompanied by various modifications to enhance the chassis and amplify its performance. The current owner has confirmed a complete restoration was carried out in 2022, ensuring that this car is ready to go. Simply hop in, turn the key, and embark on your journey whenever you please.
The Charger from Dodge has always been a model that appealed to a wide variety of customers since its introduction in 1966. Across its seven generations of production, the Dodge Challenger has taken the form of a subcompact hatchback, full-size sedan, personal luxury coupe, and of course a one-hella muscle car. Its current iteration is a four-door sedan with the spirit of a muscle car. The current generation Dodge Charger was produced from introduced in 2011 after the model's 20-year hiatus and 2023 will be its last year of production for the Hemi V8 Charger. Up for the taking is a 2019 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack with the Plus Group and under-the-hood upgrades. It also has just 15,500 miles on the odometer.
The early 2000s was a time for major changes within Cadillac; the American powerhouse was trying and testing new avenues, and iconic nameplates were born due to this big change. Amongst the new lineup, the XLR stood out like a sore thumb; it was Cadillac's foray into the luxury roadster market and its flagship model at the time. Getting behind the wheel of an XLR calls for Cadillac's luxury touch and performance that's guaranteed to go along with its iconic design. Ever thought of gracing your driveway with a 2000s powerhouse? It's time you drove off in this 2004 Cadillac XLR Convertible with just a reported 22,250 miles on the clock.
Experiencing what a throughout bred sports car is best enjoyed behind the wheel of a Porsche. Built to perfection and fine-tuned to be better than the rest, it's time you experienced what it's like behind the wheel of one. Present today is this 2016 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS, and with 20,000 miles reported on the clock, what you get is a true driving pleasure and one looker.
Chevy’s full-sized offering, the Impala nameplate is still fondly looked upon by many despite bowing out by 2020. Arguably, the classic Impalas from the Sixties through Eighties are the defining ones, as well as the Impala SS from the Nineties. This 1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe Restomod hails from the third generation of the nameplate and has undergone a full restoration in 2013. Let’s find out what it’s all about, and why it makes for a fine classic with some modern conveniences to enjoy.
The Jeep Gladiator, a pickup truck known for its exceptional off-road capabilities, is a testament to the American automaker's commitment to adventure. Even in its smallest SUVs, Jeep ensures impressive off-road performance, and the Gladiator is no exception. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator Freedom Edition, with only 12,250 miles, offers additional enhancements and an exciting power upgrade. This nearly-new vehicle presents a fantastic opportunity to embrace an active lifestyle and explore the great outdoors with confidence. Don't miss out on this excellent deal and the chance to experience the thrill of the Jeep Gladiator.
The inspiration behind the Continental GT Supersport can be attributed to the brand's rich racing heritage, customer demand for high-performance luxury vehicles, and the opportunity to leverage advancements in automotive technology. Drawing on Bentley's motorsports successes, the Supersport aimed to embody the spirit of racing while offering an exhilarating driving experience. By fulfilling the desires of discerning customers who sought a combination of luxury and performance, Bentley designed a model that showcased the brand's commitment to craftsmanship, engineering excellence, and pushing the boundaries of what a luxury grand tourer could achieve.
Ford created the Personal Luxury Car segment in the United States when it launched the Thunderbird in 1955. This initially two-seat luxury car was actually modeled after the Grand Tourers of Europe and can be considered their Stateside equivalent. The Thunderbird would see production across eleven generations before bidding goodbye in 2005. This 1955 Ford Thunderbird is a fine example for a discerning collector, as it's a low-miler, showing just 22,600 miles on the odometer. Just 16,155 examples were produced in 1955, making this T-Bird something of a rare piece of American automotive history as well.
Chevy's Bel Air is a respected example of a full-size classic from the Fifties and Sixties. Embodying the true spirit of large American cars, the Bel Air initially debuted as a two-door, but the range soon grew to include four-door sedans, as well as two-door drop-tops, hardtops, and even station wagons. This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is from the second generation of the nameplate and is said to have undergone a previous frame-off restoration. While some classic car aficionados like to get their hands involved in the meat of a restoration, why go to all that hassle when you've got a completed example like this car to buy?
Cars from the 80s are uber-cool; the transition to digital meant major restyling to match customers' choices. As the collector market for American motors from the 80s grows, clean examples are few and hard to come by. Were you looking to drive off in an 80s American legend? The 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS we have today addresses your need in style. With a reported 62,300 miles on the clock, this mint example is reported to be an original example and a survivor by the current owner.
Comfort, class, and luxury are the pillars that make any Rolls Royce stand out, regardless of which generation suits your fancy. Being behind the wheel of one or being ferried in one is an experience that's not easily forgotten. Present today is this lovely 1979 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith II with a reported 44,006 miles on the clock; this British classic has been restored to perfection, with the current owner reporting more than $80,000 being invested into making it the beauty it is today, you even get all the documentation and receipts to prove its build story.
In most instances, traveling in luxury and living in luxury are separate experiences. However, there are exceptional cases, such as this custom-built Sprinter, where the two seamlessly come together. Originally designed as a delivery vehicle, the Sprinter quickly became a canvas for people to unleash their imagination and create something extraordinary. This particular Sprinter draws inspiration from the finer things in life and embodies the concept of exploring while surrounded by opulence. From the outside, it may appear like an ordinary Sprinter, but once the doors open, prepare to be amazed. To truly capture its beauty, allow us to take you on a virtual tour of this remarkable vehicle.
The luxury German automaker's take on the popular SUV, the Mercedes-AMG G63, has quickly become one of the greatest SUVs of the modern age. It features everything you would want from a full-fledged SUV with the comfort and luxury expected of Mercedes. It's powerful, functional, luxurious, and comfortable in every way imaginable. This particular 2018 model with the Mojave package features everything that the legendary vehicle amazing, with a number of exclusive elements that make this off-road-ready vehicle even more special. This car is stacked with great tech and creature comforts that make the rugged outdoors a civilized affair with luxury. With only 47,300 miles on the clock, this AMG G-class has proven its mettle and is truly in a class of its own.
Bentley Motors Limited, established in Britain in 1919 by H.M. Bentley and W. O. Bentley, has a rich history in the handcrafted automobile industry. Initially known for producing durable and performance-driven vehicles, Bentley later embraced the art of creating luxurious cars without compromising their renowned performance capabilities. In 1998, Bentley became a part of the Volkswagen Group after being acquired from Vickers. In 2003, Bentley introduced the Bentley Continental GT, their first mass-produced grand tourer designed to appeal to a younger audience. The Continental GT quickly gained popularity in the market due to its departure from the traditional aristocratic Bentley look, featuring a more modern and sporty design. Now, you have the opportunity to own a 2021 Bentley Continental GTC V8, a sporty model with only 15,010 miles on the odometer.
The Toyota Hilux, also known as the Pickup, has earned a legendary status and is still being produced today. However, sales in North America ended in 1995 when the Tacoma took its place. The Hilux/Pickup is renowned for its durability, which was famously demonstrated by Jeremy Clarkson's failed attempts to destroy one on his TV show. If you're in the market for a truck that is likely to outlast you, the 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 is an excellent choice. The SR5 trim, short for Sport Runabout 5-Speed, was highly sought after, and this particular truck not only features that trim but also comes with a few enhancements and a new engine with just 3,000 miles on it. Purchasing this truck is a decision you can make with confidence, and it even includes the owner's manual and repair manuals for added reassurance. Don't hesitate to act quickly if you're interested in this exceptional vehicle.
When twenty-five years of the Corvette rolled around, the model was in the late stage of the C3, or third-generation variant. Instead of creating a limited-edition run, Chevy decided to make all 1978 'Vettes a celebratory one. Hence the presence of cars like this 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary, which sports the special Silver Anniversary paint job as well. With just 49,500 miles on the clock, this 'Vette has got some tasty upgrades to boot.
BMW and a few other automakers have steadily broadened their lines to address various needs. For example, do you want a mid-size luxury crossover? Yes, the BMW X5 is there. Do you want a mid-size luxury crossover with a sportier shape? Yes, here's the X6. In fact, the X6 is the first of a segment called the Sport Activity Coupe, or Coupe SUV. These combine the higher-riding characteristics and all-wheel-drive of an SUV with the sportier and sleeker coupe profile. Up for sale is this highly sporty and potent 2012 BMW X6 M with just 50,000 miles since new and a few carbon fiber niceties.
The C5 Corvette debuted the Z06 tag as its halo variant. Envisioned as the successor to the C4's ZR-1 variant, the Z06 was only offered on the fixed-roof coupe variant and outperformed the ZR-1 in nearly every benchmark, save for absolute top speed. We've got an interesting 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 up for sale with just 35,535 miles on the odometer, in a reportedly rare color, and with a surprise under the hood. Read on to find out everything you need to know, then get in touch with us if you'd like to buy this 'Vette.
When Mazda released the RX-7 to the world in 1978, it was one of a mere handful of cars that would use the Wankel rotary engine. Renowned for its unmatched smoothness and high-rev abilities, the rotary engine didn't find favor in many cars due to its maintenance requirements and comparatively higher emissions. Those who have driven a rotary-engined car will tell you that the experience is like no other since rotary motion is generated from the start of the combustion process. Why not check out the rotary engine experience with this 1987 Mazda RX-7 Turbo II that's currently up for sale? The car has just 46,580 miles and has received some new maintenance items to ease your worries.
The Toyota 4Runner is a reliable mid-size SUV that caters to individuals with an active lifestyle. Known for its impressive off-road capabilities, the 4Runner has managed to establish a devoted following in a competitive market. This particular vehicle, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner Trail Edition Custom Build, stands out even more due to its extensive modifications that enhance both its visual appeal and functionality. While the odometer may display a mileage of over 114,000 miles, it's important to note that this is a Toyota, and with regular maintenance, it is built to last a lifetime. Continue reading to discover why this vehicle is truly deserving of recognition, and why it deserves a place in your home.
Founded in 1905, the Diamond T Motor Car Company became a significant player in American automotive and truck manufacturing. Known for their production of touring cars, commercial vehicles, and military trucks, Diamond T garnered recognition during World War II with their 47th ranking in military production contracts. Their vehicles were admired for their power and durability, making them a popular choice among consumers. Presented for sale today is an extraordinary 1938 Diamond T 404 Custom Car Hauler Rat Rod. This exceptional vehicle packs a punch with its 5.9L 24V Cummins Turbo-Diesel engine generating 650HP, an ATS Single Turbo, a Built 48RE transmission, air ride suspension, and a winch. Designed to handle any hauling task, this beast allows you to transport your prized possessions with ease. Crafted by Weaver Customs in Utah, it earned its place among the Top 25 SEMA Battle of the Builders contenders in 2016, while also gaining recognition through appearances on the Velocity Channel's Battle of the Builders in 2017 and captivating the attention of Speed Hunters. This 1938 Diamond T 404 Custom Car Hauler Rat Rod is a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship that Weaver Customs delivers.
In the world of Ford Broncos, standing out is a task reserved for the brave, the willingness to push the envelope but also not go too far. The 1972 Ford Bronco we have today is a cut above the rest and is custom-built, guaranteed to turn heads as you drive by.
The right classic car, coupled with lovely weather, is nothing short of driving nirvana. As you drive by, realizing that what surrounds you has been serving its function for the past 50+ years is a sight to behold. The 1956 Ford Thunderbird we have today perfectly represents the 50s. It is a working example that blends the essence of driving, artistic design, and that warm feeling of history working in symphony. With a reported 16,905 miles on the clock, this original example comes included with its original invoice and shop manuals as an added treat to a treat in itself.
During the late 1970s, Porsche underwent a transformative period characterized by notable developments. Alongside their well-established 911 lineup, the brand introduced a sleek grand tourer, the Porsche 928, distinguished by its advanced technology and distinct design. This groundbreaking addition marked a departure from their traditional approach. The Porsche 928 enjoyed immense popularity, remaining in production for nearly two decades. Today, we present the exquisite Porsche 928 S4, a testament to the enduring allure of the iconic German sports car manufacture. Boasting a reported mileage of 57,538 miles, this German 5.0L V8 powerhouse awaits the discerning individual seeking an exhilarating driving experience paired with unparalleled comfort. With the opportunity to call this remarkable vehicle your own, you can embark on countless memorable journeys in style and sophistication.
The historic American luxury automaker, Packard, holds a special place in automotive history, despite going defunct in 1959. Once a revered private company, it merged with Studebaker in 1954 to form Studebaker-Packard before eventually fading away. Packard was known for its pioneering innovations, introducing many automotive "firsts" such as air conditioning, the modern steering wheel, and 12-cylinder engines. While not widely recognized by all enthusiasts, those who are familiar with Packard truly appreciate its legacy. It is for this reason that the 1924 Packard 226 Roadster Convertible Restoration is bound to capture the attention of discerning petrolheads.
Once used to denote the highest-performance variant of Aston Martin's model range, the Vantage became its own Aston Martin nameplate in 2005. Since then, it's competed in the sports car category as a fine grand tourer and an example of British craftsmanship. This 2012 Aston Martin Vantage V8 comes to you with excellent specifications and just 35,100 miles since new. Let's find out what it brings to the table.
Imagine the scene: a picturesque driveway, perfect weather beckoning you to hit the road, and a feeling of pure bliss as you take the wheel of a 1950s American classic. With no obstacles in your way, it's time to turn your daydream into reality. Behold the magnificent 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe, radiating timeless charm and elegance. Boasting a reported mileage of just 45,000, this exceptional vehicle comes equipped with a Factory Power Pack and meticulous documentation, confirming its low mileage and preserving its authenticity. Prepare to escape the frantic pace of life and embrace a world of serenity, as you savor the extraordinary pleasures offered by this remarkable Bel Air.
Driving a Porsche 911 is an experience that can't be replicated; the legendary rear-engined flat-six motor is the stuff of legends and developed to perfection, while the overall design has fanboys yearning for more. Present today is this 2017 Porsche 911; it's a perfect example of a legendary lineup of German legends and has just a reported 41,500 miles on the clock. It's time you racked up the miles in this German legend with gusto and performance heritage.
A vehicle that laid the foundation to what makes the American pickup truck what it is – the people's vehicle – the Ford F-100 had a lot of things to love about. It was practical, powerful, and had everything you needed to get from point A to B and haul a bunch of stuff while you're at it. This particular 1966 Ford F-100 has withstood the decades of being a workhorse and is still going strong; with the engine reportedly rebuilt and a new interior, it has been well-preserved and even includes a few modern amenities to make the experience a little more comfortable. With 23,000 miles reported on the clock, there's nothing to hold you back from picking this truck up for your own collection.
The term "Mach" is commonly used to denote the speed of sound, with Concorde, for instance, surpassing Mach 2. While the Ford Mustang Mach 1 may not reach the speed of sound, which typically stands at 763mph, it earned its name as an enticing performance package for the iconic pony car during the Sixties. Now, an opportunity presents itself to acquire a piece of history in the form of a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This particular vehicle, boasting 103,000 miles on its odometer, has undoubtedly experienced its fair share of remarkable moments and stands ready to bestow many more upon its fortunate next owner.
The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class of roadsters is renowned as the pinnacle of two-door luxury grand touring by Mercedes-Benz. Hailing from the legendary 300SL Gullwing of 1954, the SL-Class continues to set the benchmark in the segment. This 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL550 is from the R230 generation, and with just 52,000 miles on the clock, it's ideal for those who like long weekend drives on sparsely trafficked roads with no particular destination in mind.
The Escalade stands as an indisputably quintessential representation of American SUVs. As a full-size vehicle exuding abundant badging accents and unparalleled character, it has prominently featured in numerous rap videos, movies, and TV shows. Now in its fifth generation, the Escalade has spawned the ESV variant, which we proudly offer for sale in the form of the remarkable 2022 Cadillac Escalade ESV Sport Platinum. This particular model boasts a mere 16,000 miles on its clock and a hefty 6.2L V8, embodying an exceptional family-oriented vehicle that promises to leave an indelible impression at every turn. Notably, this Escalade ESV Sport Platinum is equipped with notable enhancements, including a Borla exhaust system, 24-inch gloss black Vossen wheels, a Brembo brake upgrade, and the exclusive Onyx package. Read on to discover why this extraordinary offering deserves your consideration, and why prospective buyers are already preparing to seize this exceptional opportunity.
Although the Porsche 911 is widely recognized as Porsche's flagship model, the Porsche 718 is an often overlooked contender that deserves attention. Originally introduced in 1957 as the Porsche 550 series successor of open top sports-racing cars, the 718 was specifically designed for Formula racing. Over time, the focus of the 718 shifted, and it now carries the 982 model designation. In 2016, the fourth-generation Boxster and third-generation Cayman were introduced under the 982 designation. Now, in 2023, Porsche presents the latest iteration of the 718 Boxster in the form of the low-mileage 2023 Porsche 718 Boxster GTS 4.0. This unique offering provides an alternative choice for those seeking a distinctive driving experience outside the realm of the iconic 911.
For the highly successful professional that wants to stand out from the crowd, above the monotony of German executive sedans, and make a statement to the world, look no further than the Maserati Quattroporte. Designed by Pininfarina, the Quattroporte S delivers exciting performance with a touch of luxury on the side, competing directly with the likes of the Audi A8, the BMW 7-series, and the Mercedes S-Class, which simply cannot compete in sheer Italian flair and charisma. Featuring all the luxuries of a vehicle of this class, this 2013 model has 19,000 miles on the clock and is a car that is practical, functional, and breathtaking, whether it be on the move or stationary in your designated parking spot.
The driving experience that an American classic brings to the table is unmatched: the burble of a roaring V8 and its iconic design are truly something to treasure and appreciate. Representing the world of American classics today is the 1965 Backdraft Racing Shelby Cobra Replica. The Shelby Cobra requires no introduction, as it was the brainchild of the legendary Carroll Shelby. Although acquiring an original Cobra can be challenging, there are numerous high-quality replicas available to bridge the gap. Take a look at this particular replica and discover why you should seriously consider purchasing it.
The Challenger nameplate has a fragmented history. It first debuted in 1970 as a pony car and muscle car and ran for four short years. Then, there was a second generation in 1978 which was essentially a rebadged Mitsubishi compact car. Thankfully, Dodge got it right for the third generation, which saw life in 2008 and is still on sale as of 2023. This potent 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat shows 110,000 miles but has received a new dealer-installed engine with documentation. It's a blindingly quick machine that's also surprisingly comfortable and luxurious.