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1959 PORSCHE 356A 1600 CABRIOLET BY REUTTER

1959 PORSCHE 356A 1600 CABRIOLET BY REUTTER

The 356 was created by Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche, son of Ferdinand Porsche Senior. Originally conceived as a small, lightweight sports car that shared the design characteristics of the Porsche-designed Volkswagen Beetle that was developed before World War II. Believed to have taken its name from being the three hundred and…

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1960 PORSCHE 356B 1600 CABRIOLET

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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1968 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL ROADSTER

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

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1965 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/375HP “FUEL-INJECTED” COUPE

1965 marked the third year of the second-generation Corvette, the Sting Ray. Hood styling was revised somewhat, as the roof vents had disappeared from coupes, and the “shark gills” behind the front wheels were now fully functional and aided in engine cooling. The disc brakes at all four corners became…

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1969 FORD SHELBY GT 350

For 1969, Shelby put a new grille and hood on the Mustang. The GT350 now used a Windsor 351-cubic inch V-8, rated at 290 brake horsepower with an Autolite four-barrel. This same engine was also one of many choices for the standard 1969 Mustang. Available options were SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic, air…

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1989 PORSCHE 911 TURBO 5-SPEED CABRIOLET

It goes without saying that the 911 Turbo is a highly important automobile for Porsche. Not only was it the first street-legal automobile to feature turbocharging, a technology that had previously only been utilized on race cars, but it also confirmed that the 911 could compete with the higher-horsepower cars…

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1989 PORSCHE 928 S4 CABRIOLET

Introduced by Porsche as the intended replacement for the 911, the 928 attempted to lure 911 buyers as a sporty grand tourer, offering exciting performance, seating for four, and space for a weekend’s worth of luggage. Practical enough to be used as a daily driver, the 928 was offered in…

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2008 FERRARI 599 GTB FIORANO

Introduced for the 2007 model year, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano featured an exhilarating naturally aspirated 6.0-liter Tipo F140 V-12—a powerplant derived from that of the radical mid-engine Enzo. Cradled in an all-new chassis with 612 horsepower and 448 pound-feet of torque on tap, it afforded the 599 supercar-like abilities;…

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1955 PACKARD 400 2-DOOR HARDTOP

“Impressively styled…elegantly upholstered…distinctively color harmonized…the new Packard is designed to reflect your pride in the finest.” So stated Packard ads of the era – discover for yourself that nothing on earth rides like a 1950s Packard, especially with its self-leveling rear suspension. Studebaker-Packard Corporation, as it was known in 1955,…

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1939 PACKARD SERIES 110 BUSINESS COUPE

The magnificent 1939 Packard 110 Business Coupe featured here is finished in stunning Packard Blue over the gorgeous grey interior. This incredible motorcar has been comprehensively restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. This investment-grade rare and highly desirable business coupe would be a wonderful addition to…

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1955 MERCEDES-BENZ 300 SLR ROADSTER TRIBUTE

The magnificent Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR roaster featured here was manufactured in 1983 by famed craftsman and former Mercedes-Benz employee Anton Ostermeier. His Gullwing car company based in Gardena, California manufactured these incredible reproductions regardless of the cost. They were handcrafted and fitted with Ford drivetrains, and they sold new for…

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1989 PORSCHE 911 TURBO CABRIOLET

It goes without saying that the 911 Turbo is a highly important automobile for Porsche. Not only was it the first street-legal automobile to feature turbocharging, a technology that had previously only been utilized on race cars, but it also confirmed that the 911 could compete with the higher-horsepower cars…

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1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE “DUAL QUAD ROADSTER”

With aggressive competition coming from Ford’s Thunderbird in 1957, the small production Corvette was built only as a convertible “Roadster.” The body styling remained unchanged, but it would mark the last year for single headlights. The Corvette would, however, receive further engineering enhancements, which most notably included a new 283-cubic…

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1956 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER REPLICA BY BECK

This incredible re-creation Porsche 356A speedster is finished in stunning le mans blue over a white interior with a matching folding convertible top. This Beck/Porsche speedster was special ordered in this extremely desirable color combination and fitted with factory air conditioning. This magnificent example was built by world-renowned coach builder…

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1957 PORSCHE 356A SPEEDSTER REPLICA

This magnificent re-creation Porsche 356A Speedster is finished in gorgeous dark green metallic over a Cognac leather interior and matching convertible top. This exquisite example was built by world-renowned coach builder Beck. There are many builders of Porsche speedster replicas, however, Beck is at the top of the list as…

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1989 BENTLEY CONTINENTAL CONVERITBLE

The magnificent 1989 Bentley Continental convertible featured here is finished in highly desired porcelain white over Magnolia leather interior and matching power top. This investment-grade Bentley Continental is one of very few that were produced in 1989 and is equipped with every available refinement. This example was delivered new to…

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1973 1/2 PORSCHE 911T TARGA SPORTOMATIC COUPE

The 1973 model year marked the final production of the classic “long-hood” Porsche 911, as new legislation enacted in the United States would necessitate the installation of more robust impact bumpers and bring about the G-body 911 era. Prior to this development, Porsche had introduced several updates to their famed…

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1987 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2 ‘FACTORY TURBO LOOK WIDE-BODY’ CABRIOLET

This incredible 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 ‘Factory Turbo look Wide-Body’ Cabriolet featured here is finished in highly desirable Arctic White over a black leather interior and black folding convertible top. This Porsche has been driven just 50,741 miles from new, maintained to the highest standards, and always stored in…

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2016 PORSCHE 911 TARGA 4S

The magnificent 2016 Porsche 911 Targa 4S featured here is finished in Agate Grey over a Garnet Red leather interior with a black Targa top. Meticulously maintained since new, accompanied with its original books, extra keys, manuals, tools, and window sticker. We are proud to offer this virtually new Targa…

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