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1969 Lamborghini Miura S For Sale in Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles, California
Price $1.2 Million US Dollars
This is a 1969 Lamborghini Miura S that is for sale in Los Angeles. The seller states this is a one of one color for this year making it super rare. It has always been a California Car and its gone through a rotisserie restoration including a $40k rebuilt on the engine.
The P400S or Miura S made its introduction at the Turin Motorshow in November 1968.
Compared to the P400 the P400S received:
- Power windows
- Bright chrome trim around the external windows and headlights
- New overhead inline console with new rocker switches
- Engine intake manifolds made 2 mm larger
- Different camshaft profiles
- Notched trunk end panels allowing for slightly more luggage space
- Engine changes gave an additional 20 hp
- Locking glove box lid
- Reversed position of the cigarette lighter and windshield wiper switch
- Single release handles for front and rear body sections
- Optional Air Conditioning $800 option
- 338 P400S Miura examples were produced between December 1968 and March 1971.
1981 VINTAGE RACING CORVETTE For Sale
Location: East Bay, San Francisco
Price $32,000 US Dollars but negotiable
It seems a lot of american track cars have been coming out of the wood work lately. This is a 1980 -1981 Chevrolet Corvette has a total of 6 – 1981 TRANS-AM RACE FINISHES. It comes with all log books and set up sheets. many spare parts, includes stock engine, heads, spare wheels.
Car is a “roller” and sold As-Is: Price negotiable as I have many other racing parts as well. This is a “barn-find” and just as it came off the race track from it’s last race in 1984. Seller states this car is period correct for use in Vintage Sanctioned race groups including SCCA and VARA. There is no crash history and all the original parts are there ready to be inspected and upgraded where safety is concerned. For example: fire bottle, seat belts, window net, and fuel cell liner (can is O.K. ) set up is currently for dry sump.
What engine would you put into this car?
2003 Dodge Viper V10 Engine and 6 speed transmission
Location Austin, Texas
Price $10,000 US Dollars
Anyone looking for a Viper motor to put into a restomod project?
This engine has been rebuilt and includes the 6 speed transmission, ECM, fuel tank, fuel pump and even the pedals. It will come with a remote oil cooler and all the accessories on the engine including the exhaust manifolds.
Seller is asking $10,000 USD OBO.
Can you think of a good project to put this in?
1964 PORSCHE 356C FOR SALE in Santa Cruz
Location: Santa Cruz
Odometer 94,414 Miles
In Santa Cruz, you will this 1964 Porsche 356C for sale. Its a matching numbers car with everything working as it should be. It is more daily driver than show queen. There was an accident at some point when the front end of damaged. The undercarriage is going to need sheet metal replaced at some point. Seller is asking $63,300.
Short list of work done includes: Dual circuit brake master cylinder adaption leaving original brake fluid reservoir. All calipers rebuilt and repainted black with new hoses. Rubber steering coupler replaced. Halogen headlights and starter relay switch. CuLayer LED tail lights. 3 point seat belts. Headrests bolted to seat frame. New windshield. Passenger side rear view mirror. Carb’s and distributor rebuilt. VDO clock conversion to quartz. New clutch. Bare metal repaint. Reupholstered with soundproofing. The halogen head lights and LED tail lights can be easily removed to return the lights to original.
What do you think of the price?
1960 Porsche 356 Super 90 Cabriolet For Sale
Location: San Francisco , California
Price $163,000 US Dollars
This is a Concours ready fully restored Porsche 356 Super 90 Cabriolet. I has its Certificate of Authenticity (COA) and is a complete matching numbers car. The seller hired Tim Goodrich for the restoration and rebuilt the motor with Jim Rinker. It has new floors and longitudinals. No expense for originality was spared. There is nothing more to do on this car. Just get in and drive it. With 356A coupe project cars in the $80,000 range, this looks to be a steal. I dont think you can spend $80k in restoration costs and get the car to this standard.
In 1960 , a customer could choose between a 1.6 Liter engine in 60 and 70 horsepower versions. There was a third option which was the Super 90 which gave you 90 horsepower! This engine also known as the 616/7 was targeted to the American buy who always wanted more power. Porsche built this engine option with increased intake charge with larger valves, increased lift on the cam intake lobes and higher ratio rocker arms in new magnesium carriers. Aluminum push rods replaced the former steel units on engines with aluminum cylinders to match expansion under heat. The Super 90’s 40mm dual Solex carbs and matching air cleaners were sourced from the Carrera Engine. The Super 90 engine combined with suspension and tire refinements to make the 356B the best road-going Porsche ever to that point, and today the model is a time-honored classic.