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2017

Chevrolet

Corvette

Grand Sport 2LT Show Car

Current Ask
$74,999
Chevrolet produced and sold the Corvette model for more than 60 years, over eight generations. The Corvette became the brand's flagship car, renowned for its unmistakable performance and lightweight plastic and fiberglass composite bodywork. GM motors, the parent company of Chevrolet wanted to launch 100 units of a limited version called the Grand Sport Corvette in 1963. However, only five cars were built, and they were all sold to iconic drivers at the time. Since then, the Grand Sport moniker has appeared many times in the Corvette lineup, most recently for the 2017 model year. In stock is this striking 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport 2LT Show Car located in North Carolina with just 32,000 miles on its clock. Reportedly, around 45k was invested to make this car the beast it is today. This is a one owner, four year project show car with multiple graphics, which are completely removable. It is enthusiast owned and bears a host of modifications inside and out while all factory parts are boxed and available to transfer with the sale of the car.
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1969

Ford

Mustang

Mach 1 428 SCJ Fastback

Current Ask
$147,999
The Sixties truly were a wonderful time. Whilst the music was great and people loved to bust a move or two in time with the rhythm, what was even greater were automakers’ propensity to be creative, innovate, try new things, and push what was possible straight to consumers. Without their braveness cars like the Ford Mustang would never have seen the light of day. The Mustang is one of those models that can spark a mental image upon mere mention, even with those who are not remotely interested in cars at all, thanks to its iconic design and performance-oriented bloodline. The 1960s was when the first generation hit the streets, and it’s considered right up amongst the American automobile greats, being in production for 56 years and counting. This Mustang is rather special, as it’s a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1, which is a rather rare pony. The Mach 1 entered the scene in 1969 and was only offered in iconic fastback form. This car comes from Colorado and will be a fine fetch for any Mustang aficionado, or fan of classic American pony cars.
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1963

Chevrolet

Corvette

Fuelie Split Window

Current Ask
$259,999
The Chevrolet Corvette can be considered America’s darling as it’s been around since 1953, and is now on the eighth generation. The car that we have for sale here is from the second generation (C2) and is a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Split Window. 1963 was an exceptionally rare model year, as it was the only year in which the iconic split rear window was present, it was gone by 1964. Thus, this car will be highly coveted by Corvette aficionados and classic American car enthusiasts alike. It’s a two-owner car with just 43,000 original miles on the clock and comes from Florida, where it was purchased when new from Potampkin Chevrolet in Miami. Split window ‘Vettes don’t come on the market often, so grab this one before someone else does! After all, it’s one of only 2,610 coupes and convertibles made that year. The original bill of sale and owner’s manual are included with the sale. Reportedly, our subject car was parked in 1974 and last registered in 1975. It was finally moved from the same garage in 2018 when it was made road worthy again.
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1996

Porsche

911

Carrera 4 Cabriolet

Current Ask
$72,499
The 993-generation 911 is Porsche's version of the Goldilocks story, which many Porschephiles believe they got exactly right. Porsche 993 refers to the Porsche 911 model that was offered by the German company from 1994 to 1998. It was the replacement model for the iconic 964-generation Porsche 911. The Porsche 993 is one of the most sought-after Porsche models since it goes down in history as the last air-cooled Porsche 911 variant. The 933 Porsche 911 is said to have been built from the ground up, including the engine, with the exterior penned by famed British automotive designer Tony Hatter. This well-kept 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet from Florida found its way into our inventory. It's safe to say it's one of the handful 993-gen Porsche 911s in outstanding condition since it's been in the same family since new and has only 29,000 miles under its belt. It also has a clean Carfax, original owner’s manual and reported to be up to date with all services.
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2007

Ferrari

F430

60th Anniversary

Current Ask
$125,999
What comes to mind when you think of a Ferrari? A screaming red sports car with a tuneful engine that captures your heart and soul, as well as your head? In fact, if you ask someone to quickly name an Italian sports car manufacturer, chances are they will exclaim “Ferrari”! The first Ferrari-badged car came from the automaker in 1947, but the company dates back to 1939. It’s got a lot of history, and some iconic models throughout the ages including the 250GTO, Testarossa and F40 which are just a handful of names amongst a veritable platter of tasty ‘Prancing Horses’ – a nickname that comes from their emblem. Ferrari isn’t a small fry either, being the tenth largest automaker in terms of market cap in 2021. In 2004, the F430 model was introduced to replace the F360 sports car, which itself was the replacement for the F355, which replaced the F348…you get the picture. 430 refers to the 4.3L V8 that powers the car. This example is a 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe 60th Anniversary edition that celebrates 60 years of Ferrari-badged cars. Coming from California, it’s got 17,400 miles on its wheels and the original window sticker is provided as well.
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