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1981 BMW M1 COUPE

1981 BMW M1 COUPE

The M1 holds a special significance for BMW, being not only the firm’s first bonafide supercar, but also the first model to be solely developed by the M Division. The driving force behind the project was Jochen Neerpasch, then head of BMW Motorsport, who wanted to create a track-focused machine…

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1995 BMW 850 CSi

The top-of-the-line offering of the first-generation E31 BMW 8-Series, the 850 CSi offered numerous healthy and sporting upgrades over the 850 Ci. Initially developed to be a product of BMW’s M division, the engine was based on that of the 850, but so substantially modified that BMW internally assigned it…

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1993 PORSCHE 911 RS AMERICA COUPE

Porsche is big on anniversaries, so 20 years after the introduction of its landmark 911 Carrera RS 2.7, a more modern equivalent appeared in 1992—the 964 Carrera 2-based Carrera RS. This new competition-oriented road car, patterned after the 964 Carrera Cup race car, was not available in the United States….

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1996 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA RS 3.8 COUPE

While all 911s are brilliant, the best are forged in the crucible of motorsport. Built to homologate the 3.8-liter RSR for competition in BPR GT3 and GT4 racing, the Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.8 is essentially a racing car built for use on the road. At its heart is the…

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1985 ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SPUR

Following the success of the Silver Shadow sedan, in 1980 Rolls-Royce decided that it was time for a replacement. Enter the Silver Spirit/Silver Spur models. The Silver Spur was simply a long-wheelbase version of the Silver Spirit. The new car shared much of its underpinnings with the Silver Shadow, including…

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1957 PORSCHE 356 SPEEDSTER REPLICA BY VINTAGE SPEEDSTERS

The 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Replica by Vintage Speedsters featured here is finished in a highly desirable Fjord Green over a tan leather interior and matching convertible top. This incredible example was built by industry leader Vintage Speedsters, and it virtually cannot be told from new. Disc brakes, ventilated chrome…

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2004 PORSCHE 911 TURBO ‘X50’ CABRIOLET

The magnificent 2004 Porsche Turbo ‘X50’ Cabriolet featured here is finished in a special ordered Atlas Grey metallic over savanna beige leather interior and black power convertible top. This incredible motorcar is one of the highest option examples known to have been built! With a list price of nearly $180,000…

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1999 PORSCHE BOXSTER CONVERTIBLE (2,792 MILES)

The Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine two-seater roadster. It was Porsche’s first road vehicle to be originally designed as a roadster since the 914. The first-generation Boxster (the 986) was introduced in late 1996; it was powered by a 2.5-litre flat six-cylinder engine. The 1993 Boxster Concept heavily influenced the…

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1970 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL ROADSTER

The 280SL Roadsters are undoubtedly the sweet spot of the classic Mercedes-Benz model range. They remain attainable- despite rapidly increasing values over recent years. In addition to being extremely stylish and reliable enough to be used for pleasure frequently, the elegant and understated styling of these Roadsters, penned by designer…

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2004 FERRARI 360 F1 SPIDER

Perhaps no model range is more responsible for firmly thrusting Ferrari into the 21st century than the 360. Originally appearing in coupe form as the Modena in 1999, the 360 featured revolutionary all-aluminum construction undertaken in partnership with Alcoa. The 3.6-liter engine, developed from the outgoing F355 model, was constructed…

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1937 BUGATTI TYPE 57C ROADSTER BY VANVOOREN

The Type 57, perhaps the most celebrated road-going chassis of Bugatti’s illustrious history, made a name for itself by being the last word in French automotive luxury. As it was beautifully appointed and often wore coachwork from some of Europe’s most notable coachbuilders, ownership of a Type 57 Bugatti when…

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1961 PORSCHE 356B SUPER 90 CABRIOLET BY REUTTER

Because of their high level of finish and many luxurious amenities, Porsche cabriolets were quite expensive. The 356 B 1600 Normal Cabriolet carried a base price of $3,962 FOB New York, according to a 1960 price list from Hoffman Motors, the New York importer. That was about a hundred dollars…

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1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390HP ROADSTER

Few cars are as iconic as the 1967 Corvette Stingray. Fluid lines, power, and prestige have followed this car from the time it was built, and there will likely be no slowing its rise in value and popularity. We have the one to own; a true 427/390hp convertible with a…

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2006 MERCEDES-BENZ SLR MCLAREN COUPE

Looking to rekindle the romance from its iconic racing cars of the 1950s, Mercedes-Benz joined forces with McLaren for the first time outside of their Formula 1 relationship to create the SLR McLaren. Under its hood was a 616 BHP version of the Supercharged 5.4-liter V-8 that Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division…

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2020 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER P525 HSE

The magnificent 2020 Land Rover Range Rover HSE P525 featured here is finished in gorgeous all-black with a matching black leather interior and special ordered wood veneer. This highly optioned Range Rover has been meticulously maintained, always garaged, and detailed weekly. Offered to the individual who wants to acquire a…

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1971 PORSCHE 911T TARGA

The year 1969 marked major changes in Porsche’s chassis design and model lineup. The wheelbases of its 911 and 912 series cars were lengthened by 2.4 inches, which greatly improved drivability. The front fenders and rear-quarter wheel openings were flared slightly to accommodate wider wheels and tires. The heating and…

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1967 MERCEDES-BENZ 250 SL ROADSTER

Mercedes-Benz had a tough act to follow after it phased out its immortal tube-framed 300 SL in 1963. A new, unit-body model, designated the W113, appeared as the 230 SL in 1964 and continued through 1971 with the larger-engined 250 SL and 280 SL. This classic Paul Bracq penned luxury…

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2008 FERRARI 430 F1 SPIDER

Unveiled at the Geneva Auto Salon of 2005, the Ferrari F430 Spider benefitted from the state-of-the-art aerodynamic simulation techniques used by Scuderia Ferrari, and a new, compact, and lightweight V-8 engine pushing 500 horsepower. The electronic differential (E-Diff) was first developed by the Grand Prix team, and the now-familiar manettino…

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1971 MERCEDES-BENZ 280 SL ROADSTER

The 280SL Roadsters are undoubtedly the sweet spot of the classic Mercedes-Benz model range. They remain attainable despite rapidly increasing values over recent years, in addition to being extremely stylish, and reliable enough to be used for pleasure frequently. The elegant and understated styling of these Roadsters, penned by designer…

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1986 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2 SUNROOF COUPE

Introduced in 1984, the Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 replaced the 911 SC with coupe, Targa, and cabriolet body styles as available options. Fitted with a new 3.2-liter flat six-cylinder with Bosh L-Jetronic fuel injection, its power was rated at 231 bhp. These cars were regularly updated throughout their production run,…

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