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.
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!
Thank Max Hoffman for the Mercedes-Benz SL range. This American importer suggested that Mercedes-Benz consider a road-going variant of their famous 300SL race car to capture the personal luxury car market Stateside. Thus, the SL was born in 1954 and continues to this date. It's the pinnacle of luxury grand touring with a Star on the nose and tail. Of course, it comes with some neck-snapping AMG variants too. With the latest R232 generation debuting in 2022, the car would be called the Mercedes-AMG SL-Class. We've got a 2022 Mercedes-AMG SL63 up for sale right now with just 2,000 miles on the odometer. Go on, buy it. We know that you know that you deserve it!
The 1960s was an exceptional time for the Corvette brand, as it saw the birth of the Stingray and the launch of the iconic C2 Corvette, arguably one of the most recognizable designs from the beloved American automaker. Here, we have the pleasure of presenting a stunning 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window that represents the golden era of muscle cars and timeless design. This exceptional vehicle has approximately 158,000 miles on the clock and has been meticulously restored to near-factory condition, with the current owner reporting a full frame-off restoration in 2020.
Mercedes-Benz is known worldwide for its craftsmanship and style in the automotive world. When Mercedes-Benz incorporated that same design language for a vehicle initially built for military use, Mercedes-Benz noticed its popularity among civilians and thus released the G-Class. People were clamoring to purchase the new G-Class from them. And with that heritage, the G-Class became one of the longest-produced vehicles in Daimler's arsenal, as evidenced by its success throughout the decades. If you seek opulence mixed with ruggedness and reliability, look no further than this 2022 Mercedes-AMG G63 with just 700 miles on the odometer.
Owning a Bentley requires a discerning individual. If your priority is luxury, a Rolls-Royce will exceed your expectations. Pursuing high-performance, on the other hand, calls for a Bugatti or Koenigsegg. For everyday driving, a Toyota or Honda would suffice. Crafting a vehicle that seamlessly integrates all these features necessitates a great deal of precision. Only a select few car brands have managed to achieve this balance, and Bentley excels at it with style. Take the Bentley Continental GT Supersports, for instance, which not only holds the title of the fastest four-seater coupe but also exudes luxury. We are proud to offer a 2017 model of the Bentley Continental GT Supersports that has already traveled 36,000 miles. This effortlessly competent head-turner would make an exquisite addition to your garage, providing you with a remarkable value for your investment.
The mere mention of "Ferrari" instantly evokes images of exotic supercars that push the limits and stand out from the crowd, regardless of the occasion. The Ferrari 488 Pista is a prime example of a vehicle that upholds the brand's legacy in a contemporary context while retaining that quintessential Ferrari personality, which can only be fully appreciated by getting behind the wheel. If you are looking for an opportunity to experience an authentic Italian driving machine, look no further than this 2020 Ferrari 488 Pista Spider. With a reported 4,500 miles on the odometer, this Italian beauty is well-equipped and boasts unique features and options.
Just a few years ago, Ferrari took a dismissive stance towards electric vehicles, viewing them as inferior and mundane in comparison to their high-performance offerings. However, their perspective underwent a notable shift when they introduced the SF90 Stradale, the fastest-production Ferrari to date, which happens to be a plug-in hybrid. This milestone marked Ferrari's debut into the realm of electrically assisted propulsion, and the SF90 Stradale undoubtedly captured the attention of the supercar world. Despite some critics who argue that the SF90 doesn't quite embody Ferrari's signature driving experience, its unprecedented performance achievements speak volumes. Therefore, we present this exquisite 2022 Ferrari SF90 Stradale, currently available for purchase.
As far as halo cars go, few will go down in history as the greatest of them all, and the Audi R8 is among them. For years, the R8 has been perfected by German automotive maestro Audi. It has remained one of the most appealing sports cars ever to have been made, thanks to its iconic design and wailing V10 that provides plenty of power to the driver without skimping on the drive quality, its practicality (by the standards of sports cars), and comfort. This particular 2018 Audi R8 features a few changes from the previous year, most in the broader variety of options. With only 7,500 miles reported on the clock of this particular vehicle, it's as close to brand new as can get and is a deal – and a car – that you shouldn't be missing out on.
Would you like to own a modern Aston Martin from their current vehicle line-up? How about a model featured in the latest James Bond flick 'No Time To Die'? This 2022 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante is just the ticket for you. Aston Martin's swan-doored grand tourer offers supreme comfort coupled with power and poise. This fine example has got only 2,003 miles on the odometer, making it perfect if you don't want to spend time on waiting lists. Two key fobs are included in the sale.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is one of the automaker's greatest hits in North America. Built on the bequest of the Shah of Iran way back in 1979, the G-Class was a civilian version of a military vehicle. Today, the G-Class continues to be one of the most popular models and hasn't escaped the attention of AMG either. However, this 2012 Mercedes-Benz G500 Cabriolet is rather special, as it's a rare two-door convertible variant. The current owner reports that this vehicle was imported from Switzerland and bears just 19,248 miles on the clock. Are you not convinced yet? How about the fact that this is a Final Edition 200, one of 200 examples that were made. Just to let you know how desirable this variant was, all 200 examples sold out even before it debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Breaking away from the norm can be a dangerous move for manufacturers; for instance, if you were to purchase a Maserati, you'd expect smooth Italian performance machine wrapped in a Grand tourer attire. Changing what customers expect from you could lead to a major catastrophe or set the brand on a new path with the internet nodding in cheer. The 2022 Maserati MC20 Coupe represents the latter and ushers in a new perception of the Italian automaker. With a reported 990 miles on the clock, you can cut down on the waiting and get to driving Maserati's latest.
Enthusiasts the world over expressed dismay when Land Rover announced that the long-running Defender would bow out in 2016. The Defender dates way back to Land Rover's Series models, which first saw production in 1948. However, their dismay was short-lived when the British automaker debuted a new Defender in 2020. This particular vehicle, with just 2,300 miles on the odometer, is particularly special. That's because it is a celebratory edition that marks the new Defender's appearance in the latest James Bond flick 'No Time To Die.' We won't spoil the movie for you, but it and this 2022 Land Rover Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition are worth checking out. This Defender also includes unique Bond Edition content and detailing, plus the Handover Pack.
Since its inception in 1911, Chevrolet has been at the forefront of American car culture, focusing on power, style, and innovation. The brand has also been heavily involved in racing, with numerous victories in NASCAR, IndyCar, and other motorsports events. One of Chevrolet's most iconic models is the Corvette, which has become synonymous with American muscle cars. The 2022 Chevrolet Corvette 3LT Coupe Callaway B2K 35th Anniversary car is a special edition model resulting from well-known GM tuning company Callaway Cars releasing its new 35th Anniversary Package for the C8 Corvette Stingray, celebrating the Corvette's 35th anniversary. This particular car is in pristine condition, with only 300 miles on the odometer. The importance of this model lies in its rarity and exclusivity.
The British have brought many advances and loved brands into the world. One of these is the Land Rover Automobile; since 1948, the company has been branded and rebranded many times, with the current iteration being Jaguar Land Rover Limited. Their flagship model is the Range Rover marque and a sub-brand of Jaguar Land Rover. The Range Rover has been in production since 1970 and is currently in its fifth generation, which was introduced in 2022. Up for grabs is the epitome of luxury in the world of JLR, a hand-crafted 2021 Land Rover Range Rover SV Autobiography Ultimate Edition, and it bears a measly 9,500 miles on the odometer.
McLaren is an automaker that requires no introduction. This giant has continued to develop thrilling supercars and sportscars that have made history. Now, with the 2022 McLaren GT, they are building a car with a GT on its name, but it is the angriest, most aggressive GT there would be on the road. This 2022 McLaren GT Luxe comes with only 4,500 miles on the clock and is packed with the necessities and amenities, reportedly including the Premium P22 Luxe package, which provides everything anyone would need to have a comfortable and luxurious ride with mind-numbing acceleration and a driving experience unlike any other.
BMW, a German automaker renowned for crafting some of the most premium vehicles in the world, is a symbol of luxury and performance. With its racing heritage dating back to the early days of motorsports, BMW has established a reputation as a producer of high-performance vehicles that are both powerful and sophisticated. One of the latest offerings from BMW is the 2022 BMW X6 M AWD Competition. Its robust engine, advanced all-wheel-drive system, and attention to aerodynamics allow it to reach speeds that can only be described as exhilarating. So if you itch to blast past your neighbors in style and comfort, we assure you that this 2022 BMW X6 M Competition will certainly be best for the job. With only 4,300 miles on its clock, this X6 M currently resides in New York, ready to be delivered to its new owner.
If we are on the subject of a genuine embodiment of British automotive luxury and finesse, Aston Martin is an undeniable name to be mentioned. The legendary brand has a rich history dating back over a century, and it is a familiar name in the Formula One grid as well. Two Aston Martins competed in the French Grand Prix in 1922, marking the brand's debut in international competition. Besides that, the brand's iconic cars have made countless appearances on the silver screen, from the classic James Bond franchise to other blockbuster films. The Aston Martin V12 Vantage is a model that holds evidence of the company's legendary tale. Now you have a chance to get behind the wheel of one such testament with this 2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S with only 10,400 miles on its clock. This jock in a tuxedo is a legitimate supercar, blistering with impressive performance figures.
McLaren Automotive had been on a hiatus after releasing their hit McLaren F1 in the Nineties, but everything changed from 2011 onwards. Starting with the MP4-12C, the Woking-based automaker embarked on a model blitz that continues to this day. One of those is the 650S, which was made between 2014 and 2017 as a sports car. If you know anything about McLaren, it's that even their sports cars are actually baby supercars in disguise. This 2016 McLaren 650S Spider is no different, and with just 5,100 miles on the clock, it can figuratively and literally take your breath away. Why not buy it and make every drive an exciting one?
Finding a supercar that is an all-rounder has increasingly become a rare sight as manufacturers are on the prowl for more horsepower and reducing every gram of weight they can from a car. The weight loss and hunt for power are not bad, but if you also want to kick back and relax every now and then, the lightened and thin-crust pizza-styled seats provide back aches on demand. The car we have today is a fine mix of performance and luxury with no compromises on either side, and it looks like this 2017 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible we have today. With a reported 8,075 miles on the clock, this is grand touring and modern-day performance done right.
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.
Plymouth is a brand with a rich legacy of producing some of the most sought-after vehicles on the market, and it's no wonder why. In the 1960s, they introduced the Road Runner, a car that was all about speed, power, and style. With its sleek lines and bold muscle car design, it was the perfect representation of the era. Additionally, the unforgettable beep-beep horn, inspired by the famous cartoon character, made this car truly one of a kind. Today, the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is a highly coveted classic collector's item, and with good reason. The car we are presenting to you today is a rare and properly maintained representation of a significant period in automotive history. Its vibrant red paint and black accents, along with the black Air Grabber hood, quad headlights, and sloping roofline, make this car a true head-turner. Furthermore, the current owner reports a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, indicating that no detail has been overlooked in bringing this car back to its former glory. The black bucket seat interior, wooden three-spoke steering wheel, and rare factory air conditioning provide a comfortable and authentic driving experience. This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is a testament to Plymouth's legacy and a must-have for any serious collector.
The 1969 Camaro is a legendary icon of American muscle cars, admired by enthusiasts for its classic style and impressive power. This particular car, a 1969 Camaro SS L89 with its rare "L89" 396ci engine and RPO Dealer Installed lightweight aluminum heads, is a true collector's item. It also features a factory Daytona Yellow paint job and is fitted with a Holley Sniper EFI system, making it an exceptional combination of design and performance. With only 4000 miles on the rebuilt engine, it's a rare find that is sure to impress any car enthusiast.
Back in the 60s, very few manufacturers ventured into the SUV market. Ford and its legendary Bronco set the tone for what was to come and, to this day, steal the automotive spotlight. Celebrating its legacy is this 1969 Ford Bronco Half Cab 427 we have today. With a reported 2,100 miles on the clock, this custom Bronco comes with its build sheets and receipts for added authenticity.
Few vehicles come close to achieving the utmost luxury experience in transportation as a car bearing the Maybach moniker. With a rich history of crafting opulent automobiles, Mercedes has cemented the Maybach name at the forefront of the industry. They unveiled the new Maybach GLS600 last year, which is a supremely deluxe version of their GLS three-row SUV. On top of that, it takes the crown as the most luxurious and well-appointed SUV in the broad Mercedes model lineup. This 2022 Mercedes-Maybach GLS600 4MATIC in our inventory is the perfect vehicle for the modern VIP on the go. With just 1,975 miles on its clock, you are getting it practically off the shelf!
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.
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.
The Range Rover is a remarkable yet pricey vehicle. The price of the extensive range begins at more than $90,000, even in its completely base configuration with no options. If you want the top-tier SVAutobiography, you'll have to fork over more than twice as much. What if you want something that is even more outrageous and exclusive? This is when Overfinch comes into play. Since 1975, Overfinch has been customizing Range Rovers, and its most extravagant design to date is the Velocity. We have a rare 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Overfinch Velocity Westminster edition thanks to its 1 of 10 Limited Edition Carbon body styling package. With its odometer reading just 13,000 miles, this sybarite is ready to let you revel in all its glory.
The Dodge Viper is one of those American icons that answers the question of just how large an engine an automaker can cram into a production car. Sporting a displacement more appropriate for a truck than a car, the Viper quickly created a fearsome reputation. Five generations of Viper have been created, spanning 1991 to 2017, with a three-year gap from 2010 to 2013. What we've got here is a fifth-generation 2014 Dodge Viper with just 19,000 miles on the clock. Read on to discover why you should be intrigued, excited, and maybe just a little scared of it.
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.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the British luxury automobile makers' first-ever response to the boom in SUVs. Some say it is controversial, while others consider it is for the visionaries who believe in the supremacy of independence. Whatever you think it may be, we can confidently say that the Cullinan significantly evolves the norms for ultra-luxury travel and may be the pinnacle of automotive excellence. Named after the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever discovered, the Cullinan is an absolute unit of a 4x4 SUV that revamps the platform known as the 'Architecture of Luxury' that lies beneath the majestic Phantom. This particular 2021 Rolls-Royce Cullinan packs everything you would expect from an ultra-expensive luxury vehicle and derives from the automaker's rich history. With just 6,000 miles on its clock, this grand SUV is yours to take.
This iconic off-roader may have made a comeback in a modern refresh, but its success can always be attributed to the love that the original Bronco earned through its iconic, simple design, power, and reliability. Close to half a century may have passed, but the Bronco's image continues strong, which is why they are kept alive through builds such as this particular 1973 Ford Bronco, built by Maxlider Motors. The first SUV to be developed by the Ford Motor Company, the Bronco was a capable off-roader that stole the hearts of the people almost instantly and has continued to be a well-beloved vehicle even today. Although this is a build that packs some modern inclusions to make it a more durable and capable off-roader, this Bronco remains true to its essence, and with only 300 miles reported on the clock since its build is a great option to take home, enjoy and preserve for many years to come.
Audi's very fast and memorable R8, released in 2006, has achieved outstanding sales and performance thanks partly to the massive V10 engine under the hood. This permanent all-wheel drive car is stupendous on the road and track. With two generations under its belt, the Audi R8 has exceeded expectations and is considered one of the top sports cars available. A fascinating thing about the car is that this particular generation of R8 shares the same platform as the Lamborghini Huracan. A 2018 Audi R8 Quattro Spyder is up for grabs with just 4,532 miles on the odometer and looking as good as new. Why not be its next owner?
Before the C2 came out, Chevy had been playing with concepts that would ultimately be the inspiration for its creation, and engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov became obsessed with the project. Many of the C2’s capabilities can be traced back to his passion for building an impeccable chassis. When the C2 was released in 1963, the car was considered the perfect balance of engineering, design, and functionality, making it a true honor to drive. This specific 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has undergone a complete restoration and, right now, is one of few to be in such good reported condition. It has just over 700 miles on it since it was brought back to life, and it is currently seeking a passionate owner.
Lamborghini's entry-level sports car debuted in 2003, as the Sant'Agata-based automaker wanted to broaden their appeal and customer base. The Gallardo is the second model developed after Audi AG took over Lamborghini and would see a notable improvement in comfort and quality. This 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo comes with a light 24,300 miles and a few enhancements to boot. One of Lamborghini's most popular models, it is widely tipped to be a future classic, making this car a nice weekend toy and a shrewd future investment.
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.
Velocity Restorations is based in Florida, and the best way to sum up their business is “a candy shop for grown men”. Walk in and you are treated to classic SUVs being tastefully upgraded, and a custom upgrade wait list as far as your eyes can see. Skip the list and drive off in this custom 1966 International Scout 800 LS3 up for sale today, as a fine example of the work done by this company.
The British have brought many advances and loved brands into the world. One of these is the Land Rover brand. Since 1948 the company has been branded and rebranded many a time, with the current iteration being the Jaguar Land Rover Limited. One of their most top-tier models is the Range Rover marque and sub-brand of Jaguar Land Rover. Up next is Overfinch. This company takes your very expensive Land Rover SUV and adds in more luxury and visual enhancements with Rolls Royce and Bentley-level British craftsmanship. The Range Rover has been in production since 1970 and is currently in its fourth generation. Up for grabs is this 2021 Land Rover Range Rover P525 Westminster LWB Overfinch with just 11,500 miles and decadent luxury to revel in.
Mercedes-Benz acquired AMG to produce powerful, performance-oriented vehicles. When Mercedes-Benz acquired Maybach in 1960, a German luxury car brand founded in 1909, it had great things in mind for the brand. Maybach was used to differentiating special editions of regular Mercedes-Benz cars. Mercedes-Benz used the Maybach brand as the platform to add all the luxury and technology that could be crammed into a car. The very first Mercedes-Maybach cars were the Maybach 57 and the Maybach 62. The brand was discontinued in 2012 due to poor sales, until its revival in 2015 and surprising success ever since. If you desire ultra-luxury class and comfort, then an opportunity to own an opulent car is at hand in the form of this 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S580 4MATIC with a negligible 18 miles on the odometer.
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.
Rolls-Royce is the epitome of luxury, and for good reason. Each vehicle is bespoke, its parts hand -made, with the most premium materials and workmanship that money can buy. The same can be said about this 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom, which has already experienced 10,100 miles on the road, but still remains and exquisite piece of automotive craftsmanship. From the Spirit of Ecstasy (which is illuminated), the RR badging on all seats, and wheel centers in the main color, and not to mention the umbrellas, this Rolls-Royce too comes with the many luxuries and conveniences you would expect from the brand. And now, it’s ready to be welcomed into a new home. If you do, you’ll reportedly get three keys, the RR Charger, books as well as the car cover to the vehicle.
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.
Deriving from the bedrock of Porsche 911 heritage, the 1978 Porsche 911 SC marks the introduction of a new version to the model. It is also Porsches’ first attempt at developing a car for the global market and it replaced the Porsche 911S, 2.7 and the Carrera 3.0. The engine was upgraded to an aluminum one, implying strong dependability. The 911 SC outsold the front-engine variants, prompting Porsche President Peter Schutz to proclaim the 911 as the brand's icon model. This is a smartly restored example of the 1978 Porsche 911 SC done by Strosek, a German car tuner with an extensive range of Porsche conversions in Europe. This increasingly desirable car is given more vigor as this Strosek conversion is said to be a rare one. Its currently clocked at 14,251 original miles that reported to be documented and a set of documents are available with the sale.
The latest addition to Ferrari's range of mid-engined sports cars is the Ferrari F8 Tributo, whose feel, and performance shocks the masses and raises the eyebrow of even the pickiest automotive journalist. Present here, rich in history and all its sports car pedigree, is this 2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo. With 9,500 miles on the clock, this is undoubtedly one of Maranello's finest and yours for the taking. What's better? This car has a reported $47,837 ticked off in options.
In 2006, Audi debuted a stunning sports car in the shape of the mid-engined R8. Sporting Audi’s signature 4.2L V8 and later 5.2L V10 engines, the R8 is in fact based on the Lamborghini Gallardo. This beautiful car could be had as a coupe or convertible and went on to pick up many accolades, including ‘Best Handling And Fastest Car In The World of 2007’ by UK-based Autocar magazine, as well as ‘Car Of The Year’ by Playboy Magazine in 2008, among a list of such plaudits. Has an R8 been on your lust list? If so, this 2010 Audi R8 4.2 Quattro Heffner Twin Turbo is a very attractive candidate. Coming from Michigan, it’s done just 33,000 miles so far.
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.
When the fourth-generation Range Rover was released back in 2013, it was clear that Land Rover didn't hold anything back. They set out to reach the pinnacle of what a luxury SUV could be, to create a benchmark in a segment that every luxury carmaker now can't seem to get enough of, and they did just that, in fact, they did it in style. The new era of Range Rover is its best yet, crafted to represent both luxury and ruggedness in pure British form. Still, Land Rover wanted to do one better, and so, 'Autobiography' was introduced, and it is the ultimate representation of luxury. This specific example, however, has been specced out to bring out a little more of its sporty side and it's currently up for sale in sunny California with just 55,000 miles on the odometer.
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.
For the practical person that wants the power of a Ferrari without its flaws and bank-busting price, the Porsche 911 is the perfect car. Introduced in 1964 as a two-door 2+2 high-performance air-cooled car, it took the performance motoring world by storm and carved out a place for itself. Now almost 60 years after its introduction and with nine generations under its belt, the Porsche Nine-Eleven is a ubiquitous influence on the performance market. Up for grabs is a previous generation 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet with just 32,000 miles on the odometer and in excellent condition.
Mercedes-Benz, the esteemed German luxury automobile manufacturer, is widely recognized as one of the top automotive engineering manufactures alongside BMW and Audi. The company has been an integral part of the automotive industry since 1883, operating under various forms and names. Since 1953, Mercedes-Benz has been producing its prestigious executive car, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Despite not being its flagship model, the E-Class has surpassed all other offerings from Mercedes-Benz, selling over 13 million units. The E-Class designation emerged in the 60s, and the AMG treatment elevates it to the exceptional E63. Currently available for purchase is a pristine 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Edition 1, with just 31,400 miles on the odometer.
The race for the best electric or plug-in hybrid cars began in earnest at the start of the previous decade, and with it, it had reeled in BMW. BMW understood where the distant future of the automobile would be and introduced its i-Series which the i3 opened in 2013 and the plug-in hybrid sports car BMW i8 followed in 2014. To commemorate its third anniversary, BMW released the i8 Protonic Frozen Black Edition in limited numbers. While the i8 was discontinued in 2020, the car in itself, and especially the limited edition variants, have seen its value and price rise upwards. A chance to own this 2017 BMW i8 Protonic Frozen Black Edition is at hand, as the current owner is looking to pass it on to the new owners, and it comes with just 33,000 miles on the odometer.
The Chevrolet Corvette is a symbol of Americana that's unquestionably woven into the fabric of our great nation's history. It's America's signature sports car and is renowned all over the world. No surprise, then, that it's been chosen to lead the Indy 500 on multiple occasions. What we've got here is one of just 545 Indy Pace Car examples with a manual transmission, as reported by the current owner. Sporting just 3,184 miles under its wheels, this 1998 Chevrolet Corvette Indy Pace Car is a fine example for a discerning collector. We are told that the sale includes receipts and documentation from the current owner's ownership period, full documentation from the Bowling Green plant on this car, a three-ring binder full of maintenance records, and the original chalk marks. Even the factory RPO stickers are present.
The trials of the modern-day world require a cushion that you can depend on to shelter yourself from the outside world. The vehicle we have today is the ultimate leather trimmed, supercharged V8 cushion one can wish for. Present today is a 2020 Land Rover Range Rover P525 HSE with a reported 60,070 miles on the clock. This is a well looked after example and representation of a British automobile luxury king in the class of utility-vehicles. This SWB Trim features special SVO Bespoke Paint and Meridian Sound System.
What we've got here is the gorgeous Jaguar E-Type, also called the XK-E in the United States. This 1969 Jaguar XK-E Coupe hails from the Series 2 generation that ran between 1968 and 1971, and the current owner reports that the car has received a total rebuild from its previous owner. With just 36,000 miles reported, it's a perfect piece for a classic car aficionado who enjoys driving as well as admiring.
The Volkswagen Beetle was designed as an affordable and practical car for the masses, capable of carrying a family of four without being too expensive. Its engineering was top-notch, resulting in the longest production run for a single platform in history. The Beetle underwent numerous changes throughout its lifespan and became an iconic symbol of Germany's economic recovery and the American hippie movement. Even today, the Beetle remains an important part of automotive culture and is highly sought after by collectors. This 1961 Volkswagen Beetle, equipped with a newly rebuilt engine that has traveled less than 5,000 miles, is now available for those who desire a piece of this automotive history.
When a Ford F-150 just won't cut it, you've got to go into Ford's Super Duty range. On the market since 1999, models such as the F-250 and F-350 offer the next level in cargo capacity, power, and sheer versatility. Of course, they also make great customization platforms and off-road bashers. That's what this 2020 Ford F-250 Platinum offers as a value proposition. With just 13,000 miles since new, it's received some aftermarket modifications, some of which are immediately apparent from the pictures. However, there's more to it than meets the eye. Read on, and if it captures your fancy, give us a call.
With the world moving more and more towards renewable energy sources, pollution reduction, etc., it is no wonder that the automobile industry would play a major in it. With the likes of Tesla showing their success with their range of vehicles, this has emboldened other manufacturers to seriously consider the electric vehicle market. Take Mercedes-Benz, who began producing electric vehicles in 2018, with 2022 seeing them introduce the Mercedes-Benz EQS, an electric full-size luxury liftback. Up for grabs is a 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+ Sedan with 19,700 miles on the odometer and in excellent condition.
Have you ever pondered how to come across as a sophisticated individual who is nevertheless capable of letting loose when the occasion calls it? Mercedes-Benz had the exact same thought. As a result, they create marvels such as the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63, a vehicle that embodies luxury and athleticism. This remarkable car is based on the E-Class sedan but takes performance and style to a whole new level. You'll find a wealth of high-tech features to elevate, delivering heart-pounding performance and razor-sharp handling. All while keeping you in absolute comfort. This stunning example of the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 bears just over 48,500 miles on its clock. So, take your chance on this AMG and become a part of Mercedes renowned legacy.
The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-size car that General Motors produced from 1964 to 1977. The vehicle was initially introduced to upset the success of Ford's mid-size Fairlane, and it was designed to offer a range of body styles and engine options to appeal to a wide range of customers. This specific version, the SS, is a high-performance variant and a very well-loved and respected name among muscle car enthusiasts. If your looking for a Chevelle in immaculate condition, look no further; this 1967 example is up for sale with just 6,200 original miles on it.
The Wrangler is known to many as the definitive Jeep, aided by its party trick of removable doors and roof. Only one other vehicle can do this, and that's the Ford Bronco. Since 2017, the Wrangler JL generation has ruled the roost, and examples such as this 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 are perfect ways to wrangle your way into the Jeep lifestyle. Read on to find out why you should buy this 20,000-mile vehicle ASAP, then get in touch with us.
The Ford Bronco was first introduced in 1966 as a compact SUV designed to compete with the Jeep CJ-5. Ford's design department created a rugged and practical body style that could be adapted for various uses. The Bronco's boxy, angular shape was intended to give it a classic and timeless look, while its compact size and short wheelbase made it highly maneuverable in off-road terrain. As Ford's first-ever SUV, the Bronco is a significant piece of American automotive history. Finding one such as this example, which the owner reports underwent a total frame-off restoration in 2017, is a real treat.
An S-Class from Mercedes-Benz is a bucket list car for many. That's why it doesn't really matter whether the vehicle has just rolled off the showroom floor or been pre-loved. Since 1954, the model has been around and gained the S moniker in 1972. Today's 2009 Mercedes-Benz S550 is from the W221 fifth generation that ran between 2007 and 2013. It's up for sale by the original owner and comes with under 39,000 miles on the clock. Let's find out why you should buy it and enjoy the S-Class lifestyle.
The Italian motoring industry is home to brilliance and nothing else. Among all the pizza and automotive perfection lies Maserati, an Italian powerhouse that has mastered the balance between performance and luxury. The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS we have today is a luxury performance machine with just a reported 50,000 miles on the clock and is your weapon to tackle the everyday world and look good doing so.
Owning a grand tourer is a memorable experience, no matter how you look at it. It's a performance car that boasts luxury; this equates to a car that can perform well on the twisty bits of the the road and ensure you immediately slow down and cruise in comfort as well. What better way to sum up your grand tourer experience than driving off in this 2011 Ferrari California we have today. With a reported 56,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is ready to elevate your expectations of an incredible drive.
Chevy's Corvette is still an awesome sports car, right from when it was first introduced in 1953. Seventy years down the line, Chevrolet has firmly established the Corvette as an "Americas Sports Car," and it became something that you could see everywhere; while still overwhelming, it's not a rare thing anymore. With countless models, revisions, and variations, the Corvette is a car that is easy to miss. To stand out in a sea of Corvettes, your best bet is this frame-off restored 1978 Chevrolet Corvette Silver Anniversary, with a total mileage of 92,000 on the odometer.
The term restomod can be taken two ways; you have the ones that go too light and don't seem to make a difference for the car or the ones that go too hard and take away from what makes the car special in the first place. If you are in the market for a restomod that's done tastefully, look no further, this 1968 Ford Mustang restomod is the one for you. This classic Mustang retains its old-school styling and features a new beating heart; need we say more?
Luxury comes in levels. For many, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7-Series are the pinnacles. However, if you want to go even higher, you've got to knock at the doors of Bentley and Rolls-Royce. Even there, differentiation exists. The more relaxed and mature typically choose a Rolls-Royce, while those with a spark of mischief tend toward Bentley. That's why even though this 2003 Bentley Arnage T appears to be a respected and stately cruiser, the powerplant lurking beneath its majestic hood will show you otherwise. With just 58,000 miles on the odometer, it's also got plenty of life ahead. Go on, buy it. You won't regret it, and neither will your investment advisor – cars like these are future classics, after all.
Finding a classic SUV that ventures off the beaten path are rare nowadays; collectors prefer garage queens that rack up resale value rather than powering through the rough and tough. The 1970 Ford Bronco we have today powers through what's in its path and, after a quick wash, looks like an iconic classic that stands out at your local car meet or show.
The 911 is everyone's example of why the Germans are the leaders in the automotive world, but overlooking the 912 would be a travesty. Sporting a graceful body with a capable engine that's efficient, lightweight, and at one time even outpaced the 911, the 912 is the responsible older brother to the more rambunctious and aggressive 911. It's calm and good-natured, and although it can deliver excellent performance, it prefers the quiet life as a capable touring car that can get you places on the autobahn fast. However, this particular 912 has a 911 in its heart, bringing the best of both worlds. With 28,570 miles on the clock, you can experience this for yourself, should you choose to claim this beautiful automobile for your garage.
Ever since its first generation, the Chevrolet Bel Air was meant to be a status symbol, a vehicle that stood out and made a statement. Nothing about this full-sized sedan is discreet. You could say it was meant for those who smoked cigars and drank whisky in the evenings. When it hit the road, these exact people gravitated to the Bel-Air, and before long, the car became one of the most iconic American automobiles of its time. This particular model rolled out of the factory nearly seven decades ago but still maintains its iconic aesthetic. Intended for the exceptional, this 1950s classic now has a second lease at life. This Restomod brings back what the Bel-Air is meant to be without compromising on the luxuries and amenities expected of a vehicle from the modern era. The current owner reports this vehicle to house an engine that has barely been driven more than 300 miles; it's the perfect vehicle for anyone who wishes to bring a piece of the 50s prestige back into the modern era into their garage to be preserved and enjoyed for many more years to come.
Owning and driving any Porsche is an experience in itself; the German manufacturer has been churning out proper driver's cars for over 50 years and continues to do so. The forefather of all Porsches is the 356, a car every collector wishes to have but can't get a hold of due to their rarity and soaring price tags. Today's car is a replica of the legendary 356 and looks like this 1959 Porsche Speedster Replica. The build is reported to have been done by vintage speedsters and is done to replicate a Porsche 356 A.
Jeep has long been synonymous with off-roading, and their reputation for producing vehicles that can handle tough terrain is unparalleled. This 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is a prime example of their expertise in this area. With 33,000 miles on the odometer, this SUV is ready to take on any challenge. The Grand Cherokee SRT is equipped with a powerful American V8 engine that is capable of producing impressive amounts of horsepower, giving it the ability to leave many sports cars in its dust on the tarmac. While this SUV is built for rugged terrain, it also provides a comfortable and luxurious ride. The interior is packed with modern features, including a premium sound system and a large infotainment display, making this Jeep an excellent choice for both off-roading and everyday driving. Whether you're headed down a dirt trail or cruising through the city, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is a true performer that is sure to impress.
Billed as the spiritual successor to the legendary E-Type by Jaguar themselves, the stunning F-Type debuted in 2013 and took the world by storm. Here was a proper grand tourer from the British marque that looked every bit as stunning and purposeful as the E-Type did five decades earlier. Ian Callum was the man responsible for the design, and suffice to say; he's done a spectacular job. Of course, this 2015 Jaguar F-Type P380 also has potent performance, and with 70,000 miles on the clock, you can tell that it's an enjoyable car to drive. Go on, buy it. You won't regret it.
The Dodge RAM has long been known for its exceptional performance, but the 2021 RAM 1500 TRX takes things to a whole new level. With four decades of evolution behind it, this pickup truck is a true powerhouse and a cut above the rest. This particular vehicle is a prime example of the TRX trim, featuring a striking exterior and impressive internal muscle. Boasting just 9,000 miles on the clock, this specimen is practically new and ready to be claimed as your own. With a mind-blowing 1100RWHP, this Hennessy Killing TRX sits at the top of the food chain, capable of running 10 second quarter miles on 37" tires, and reaching the 9's with drag radials. A custom-built 426ci V8 has been installed, with all work expertly carried out by National Speed in Richmond, VA at an estimated cost of $50,000. Dyno sheets and receipts are available upon request, making it clear that this is a vehicle designed for serious drivers seeking the ultimate in performance.
It's the 1960s, and off-road vehicles are gaining popularity among thrill-seekers and adventurers. Ford wanted a piece of the action, so they introduced the Ford Bronco in 1966. Designed to compete with the Jeep CJ-5, the Ford Bronco quickly became a fan favorite among off-road enthusiasts and city slickers alike. Now let's talk about this particular 1966 Ford Bronco 4BT Cummins! The current owner reports that it has undergone a complete frame off restoration, which means that every part of this vehicle has been meticulously restored to its original condition. And with under 66,000 miles on its clock, it patiently awaits in Missouri for its next lucky owner. With the addition of the 4BT Cummins diesel engine, this Bronco is ready to take on any challenge that comes its way.
The Ford Mustang has long been dominating the muscle car world. Many formations wanted a piece of its action and got involved in the aftermarket modification mania. One such group is Roush Performance's power-crazed engineers. This American automotive company has produced aftermarket performance parts for Ford vehicles since the '90s. This 2020 Ford Mustang Jack Roush Special Edition is one of the specimens that bear their magic touch. With barely 4,000 miles on the odometer, it is almost brand new. Read ahead to learn more about the exciting features of this 'Stang.
It's safe to say that Aston Martin has become deeply intertwined with the James Bond franchise. At the mere sight of an Aston Martin, memories of the suave super spy, James Bond, come flooding back. Aston Martin, established in 1913, has long used the Vantage name to signify the high-performance version of a particular model. However, it wasn't until 1977 that the first standalone Aston Martin V8 Vantage was introduced. In 2005, Aston Martin launched a new iteration of the esteemed Vantage, featuring a V8, while a V12 version followed in 2009. Now, up for sale is a genuine British speed machine in the form of this 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage roadster, with just 14,200 miles on the odometer.
Since its inception in 1954, the SL has remained the flagship grand tourer of Mercedes-Benz. The latest R232 generation represents the pinnacle of this legacy and has been elevated to the coveted status of a Mercedes-AMG product. Nevertheless, the lineage of this esteemed vehicle is also marked by a plethora of special editions, including the R230 which we present to you today. This 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG IWC Edition, of which only 63 have been reported to have made their way to the United States, is an exceptional example of this tradition. With a production run limited to a mere 200 units worldwide, the chance to acquire such a rare and extraordinary vehicle is an opportunity that will not endure indefinitely. Whether you are a devotee of IWC (International Watch Corporation) or a connoisseur of luxury grand tourers, this car represents a unique fusion of these two worlds.
While the original 32 models were introduced as a standard compact sedan, automotive enthusiasts were quick to spot its potential as a hot rodder, and Ford couldn't agree more. The Ford Roadster, also known as the "Deuce Roadster," is an iconic car that played a significant role in the history of American automotive culture. It was introduced during the Great Depression, and despite the challenging economic conditions of the time, it became a symbol of freedom, individuality, and the American Dream on wheels. This time capsule of an example is a well-preserved piece from that era, and with such models becoming increasingly harder to find, we are proud to have it on our list for sale.
Owning a performance truck sure conquers the best of both worlds. You have the performance to munch down the miles on a long drive and the practicality of a truck to keep you and your passengers comfortable. Today's performance truck is a true contender for the king of performance trucks. Present today is a 2021 Ram 1500 TRX - Hennessey Mammoth 900 with just a reported 8,535 miles on the clock. This low-mileage performance powerhouse is built to power through whatever you throw at it and look cool doing so.
In June of 1966, General Motors called for an automotive press conference at the Detroit Statler Hilton Hotel, with little to no evidence of the event. Automotive journalists had just recently started hearing rumors about a potential competitor for the Mustang, but they had yet to learn when it would be or what it would be called. The attention was unwavering while Chevrolet product managers addressed the crowd before finally unraveling the name 'Camaro.' When asked what the name stood for, the folk at Chevy exchanged smiles before answering, "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs." The stage was set, and a worthy rival for the Mustang was introduced a year later, and one of them is the beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that is currently up for sale.
If you are an avid follower of our site, you would be used to seeing fast, custom, and off-road machines; the vehicle we have today might not be the fastest, but it is a practical machine that goes far and makes memories with every drive. Present today is this 2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500, with a reported 69,000 miles on the clock. This custom German machine is reported to be a RV Camper conversion done by Ross Monster in Colorado and can be yours to create memories of your own.
The world of Corvette is filled with stories of memorable ownership, ardent fans of the American legend either have had one growing up and purchased a modern-day example or just purchased new models that leave factory floors to keep up with the times but stay loyal to the marque. Whatever way you look at it, driving a Corvette calls for a good time, especially when it looks like this 2014 Chevrolet Corvette 1LT we have today. With a reported 2,500 miles on the clock, this humble American legend can be yours today to spruce up your driveway and liven up your weekends.
Arguably the king of American sports cars, there's very little not to love about the Chevrolet Corvette. For decades since the first generation 'Vette' was unveiled, it has been a vehicle that continues to remain relevant and beloved by American sports car enthusiasts. This 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe comes from an era that defined the iconic sports car. With a new 283ci V8 strapped to the front, according to the current owner, and fresh fluids with a recent oil change, this Corvette is ready to turn heads whether it may be on the highway, the backroads, or simply pulling up to a traffic stop.
When it comes to luxury and class in the world of SUVs, nothing really comes close to the offerings Land Rover Range Rover has. Built to cruise and be a practical way of getting about, vehicles like this 2017 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic we have today are built to not cater to the norm but stand out with luxury and opulence. With a reported 66,000 miles on the clock, this vehicle is well-looked and ready for new adventures.
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 2021 model features everything that makes this legendary vehicle amazing, with a few characteristics that make it even more special. From the rare China Blue exterior paint to the sport-tuned adaptive suspension, a range of driver assists, including live traffic information, and more; this car is stacked with great tech that makes life easier. With only 10,000 miles on the clock, there's very little you can say to discourage anyone from claiming this vehicle for their own.
Being America's favorite truck is a job reserved for the Ford F-150, built Ford tough each model of the F150 keeps up with its humble roots and keeps the company afloat for another day. Trying to revolutionize this humble recipe is taking a path unknown, but that is exactly what Ford did when they released the F150 Lightning. With the familiar V8 and V6 powertrains swapped out for an electric powertrain, the F150 Lightning may not have been the first EV truck to the market, but its rich history, practicality and performance puts the F-150 on a new journey by going electric. Looking to experience Ford's electrified truck? This 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning SuperCrew with a reported 10,005 miles on the clock is the one for you.
The pickup truck has evolved to become a symbol of the American people. Practical, functional, and ready for any occasion, there's a lot to love about the trucks of the modern day. If there was any vehicle that could prove the utility and value of electric mobility, it would be in this segment of vehicles, with one of the biggest fan bases for big engines delivering excellent performance. Ford has proven itself through its electric truck based on the F-150, dubbed the Lightning. This particular 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum truck is a Series 710A and features all the benefits of a capable pickup truck with the convenience and comfort of an electric vehicle. One of the best electric pickup trucks is now on sale, barely used with only 40 miles on the clock, and ready to be enjoyed by its next owner.
After eight years of producing your run-of-the-mill luxury sedan, Cadillac decided they wanted to join a high-performance party and saw that the CTS platform was perfect. In 2010, Cadillac introduced the CTS-V, a high-performance sedan variant. With the introduction of the second-generation CTS-V, Bob Lutz, then GM Vice Chairmen, entertained the idea of a wagon version of the car, believing that it would offer the perfect balance of power and practicality. This 2014 Cadillac CTS-V wagon is a product of that vision and is currently up for sale.
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 1979 Chevrolet Corvette has been well preserved. The current owner reports the engine is the original motor that the car drove out of the factory with and has 70,000 miles clocked in its name. Some updates have been made for greater visual aesthetics, helping elevate this particular Corvette to become the perfect car to enjoy while out on the weekend.
Mitsubishi 3000 GT SL is a legendary sports car that's been the apple of many an eye since its inception. There's a certain aura of mystique and excitement that surrounds this car, which has made it a favorite in movies and pop culture. From its appearance in the Fast and Furious franchise to its cameo in The Matrix, the 3000 GT SL symbolized coolness and glamour in Hollywood and beyond. Alas, all good things must come to an end, and 1999 marked the final year for the 3000GT. We managed to find this 1999 Mitsubishi 3000 GT SL residing in California with 124,000 miles on its clock. You will undoubtedly have a first-hand experience with JDMs from this pop diva.
A hot rod that's done well is a sight to behold; even the folks that prefer a factory build would turn as you drive by. Finding the right balance of modifications amongst the sea of aftermarket upgrades and staying true to the car's roots is a tough ask. Why struggle on a build when we have the perfect custom build right here? Present today is the lovely 1941 Willys Coupe, with a reported 110,200 miles on the clock. This classic American beauty is a hot rod done well and can be yours to cruise around it right now if you desire. Just get in touch with us.
A Jaguar E-Type is a car that needs no introduction when it comes to classic motoring. From the moment the E-Type was first unveiled in 1961, it was clear that this car was truly special. Ferrari famously called it "the most beautiful car ever made," and it's not hard to see why. The 2+2 variant of the E-Type, like the 1968 model, was a special edition that offered a bit more room in the back seat, making it a more practical choice for those who wanted a sports car that could double as a family car. This particular example of the 1968 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 is truly outstanding, having been restored to pristine condition. Whether you're a fan of classic cars or just someone who appreciates fine engineering and design, this 1968 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 will surely have you feeling exhilarated.