2006 NISSAN 350Z
VERY CLEAN 47,800 1 OWNER 350Z. INCLUDES FRONT UPPER AND LOWER NISSAN BRA. WINDOW STICKER PRICE WAS 39,515.00. RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECT. ALL SERVICE RECORDS FROM DAY 1.
1985 Ferrari 308 GTS QV
Red with black interior. 36,650 miles Recent full service, including belt service completed November 2017. Other service includes new fuel pump, damper, fuel filter and injectors. Brake calipers, battery, new ignition switch, and AC service. Detailed and ready to go.
1966 Aston Martin DB5 Chassis DB5/2268/L
California Sage with Beige interior and carpet. Factory air conditioning and currently fitted with 5 Borrani Wheels. The original DB5 Instruction Book, Jack, tool roll and a copy of the build sheet are with the car.
This DB5 was delivered on December 7, 1965 to Mr. Edwin V Perdue of Louisberg, Kansas. It was originally ordered in California Sage and a Beige interior.
In 1970 it in the ownership of James S Hillhouse, of Denver, Colorado.
In 1988 it was purchased from Eric Jeffries, in Dallas, Texas.
Since 1988 this DB5 has been owned and cared for by the consignor, a well known Aston Martin enthusiast and AMOC member. It is still with its original matching motor, 400/2305. It has throughout the last 29 years, regardless of cost, received restoration work, both mechanical and cosmetics by known Aston Martin independent specialists.
The complete interior and trunk was done by Kevin Kay Restorations, Redding, CA.
It has been maintained and serviced by Chris Campbell, Vintage Connection, Oklahoma City, OK. The motor was rebuilt by Mr. Campbell. Most recently, it was the subject of a cosmetic bare metal paint job by Autosport Designs, Long Island, NY.
Over the course of nearly three decades, the owner has stood proudly beside this DB5 at many AMOC events, classic car events and Concours d’ Elegance from coast to coast. It was first shown in August of 1989 at the AMOC Monterey Festival. Other Concours d’ Elegance include the Cincinnati, Adult Park, Texas, Lime Rock, and Santa Fe. Other notable events include the AMS Dixie Challenge, Atlanta GA, Chicago Historic Races, Pittsburg Grand Prix, and the 1997 Great NW Tour, which ended in Monterey.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a proper original LHD Aston Martin DB5, with factory air conditioning, ZF5 speed, with service records.
1952 MG TD, British Racing Green with Tan Interior and Soft Top
This MG has been the subject of a no expense spared ($100K), nut and bolt professional restoration. It is modified to the best possible driver example. It has a rebuiltMGB 1800 motor, but comes with the rebuilt original 1250 motor. The original four speed has been replaced witha 5 speed transmission. Additionally the front drum brakes have been converted to disc brakes. These modifications make this the best driving TD anyone could hope for. Asking $50K
2007 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
Rosso Vic (OU Red) with black interior, carbon fibre interior details and Lamborghini logo package. 4,220 mi. ZHWGU22TX7LA04355 $140,000
2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
White with black interior. Chipped for insane performance. Tubi exhaust. 6,357 mi. ZHWGU54T09LA07962 $175,000
1997 .5 Lamborghini Diablo Roadster
White with black interior. 22,816km (14,177mi). Autographed by and photos with Valentino Balboni driving the car. Spare set of unused Pirelli rear tires (with correct DOT code to pass as originals). ZA9RU37B5VLA12695 $275,000
1965 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
Hunter green, black interior. 25 miles since full frame-off restoration. All numbers match, every screw is GM. 23,539 original miles. 327/365 HP This car is PRECISELY like it was when it rolled off the assembly line in 1965. VIN 194375S105118 $68,000
2000 Ferrari Maranello 550
Silver with blue leather. Just completed a complete majorservice, include belts, December 2016. New tires. Clean Car Fax. Excellent cosmetic and mechanical example. $150,000.00.
1952 Siata Barchetta 300 BC, Serial #419
Siata (Society Italiana Auto Transformazioni Accessori) was Italian car tuning shop and manufacturer founded in 1926 by race driver Giorgio Ambrosini. Production of the Siata's first wholly original design, the Siata Amica, began in 1948 and continued through 1952. The Siata 300 BC Sport Spider was introduced in 1951. It was designed by Nuccio Bertone and Rocco Motto. Approximately 50 were produced with either a 750cc Crosley or 1100 cc Fiat engine. This Siata has the 1100cc motor.
1963 ASA Serial # 01022
ASA (Autocostruzioni Societa per Azioni) was an Italian automobile manufacturer that produced the ASA. It was developed by Ferrari. The engine is a 4 cylinder, 1032cc, which was 1/3 of the Ferrari 250 GTO V12 Motor. It featured twin 40 DCOE9 Weber sidedraft carburetors and disc brakes. This ASA was the 5th ASA of approximately 50 cars built in Milano by the De Nora organization. The body is by Carrozzeria Bertone, designed by Giorgio Giugiaro. Enzo Ferrari, developed the car at the Ferrari factory and sold all the licenses and patents to the De Nora family to start production of the car. Serial # 01022 was the personal car of Mr. De Nora. In 1969 the car was sold to an American Army man stationed in Italy and then shipped to West Texas. The last owner purchased the car in 1990 and started a no expense spared complete cosmetic and mechanical restoration that lasted 24 years. Based on the records in the official ASA book, the car has been restored exactly as it was when new. The original color (Verde), the interim (tan), Nardi steering wheel, wheels and knock offs, where painstaking researched to original specifications. This ASA is a rare opportunity to own a rare, absolutely correction example.
1972 TR-6 Roadster
1972 TR6 Roadster. Runs and drives great. Has chrome bumpers. The only thing this car needs is a new interior and new soft top.
2008 Corvette Z06 427 Special Edition
2008 Corvette 427 Special Edition Z06. It is #15 of the Will Cooksey Edition. Museum Delivery with Folder. 5,970 miles from new. One owner, window sticker, build sheet, tank sticker, Bill of Sale. As new condition. A special and unique performance corvette.
1934 Aston Martin MK II
1962 Imperial Crown.