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1990 BMW M3 Found in Boston (SCAM)

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1990 BMW M3 Found in Boston (SCAM)

 

Spotted in Boston, Massachusetts is a 1990 BMW M3 for $1,500 USD.  The seller claims it belonged  to a deceased family member.  It doesnt run and he just wants it gone.  He conveniently has the title in the glove box ready to sign over.  The neighborhood kids like the car. LOL   This is obviously a scam but just wanted to document it for future reference

1995 Porsche 993 LA to Alaska Trek For Sale

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1995 Porsche 993 LA to Alaska Trek For Sale

 

Spotted in Los Angeles is 1995 Porsche 993 For Sale for $32,000 USD.  This seller has gone on an epic road trip from Los Angeles to Anchorage, Alaska.   He is currently en route back to Los Angeles according to his ad.   This is  6 speed manual car that was given $3,000 in maintenance services before starting the journey.  The car will have approximately 218,000 miles when it arrives back in LA.   The seller says he made it all the way to Prudhoe Bay on a very tough road with no real issues.  He will be heading back to LA on a easier route through Montana.  His pictures of his trip are incredible.  This is a once in a lifetime trip.

Would a 993 Carrera 4 be better suited for an Alaskan Road Trip?

1986 Mercedes 560SEC Koenig Special Found in Illinois

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1986 Mercedes 560SEC Koenig Special

Spotted in Chicago, Illinois is a 1986 Mercedes 560SEC Koenig Special for sale.   The selling dealer states this is an ultra rare ABC Exclusive Body Kit 560SEC in amazing condition.  It does not have a scratch and is in excellent condition.  It has Recaro Classic Seats and an pristine interior.   The car is also mechcnically sound.  It has rare GOTTI Wheels with extra wide tires.

VIN  WDBCA45D8GA202519

What do you think this is worth in today’s market?

1971 Porsche 911 ST Found in Italy

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1971 Porsche 911 ST

 

Spotted in Europe is a 1971 Porsche 911 ST for $1,850,000 USD on Ebay.   This S/T is an all original , numbers matching car.  There were only 15 produced in 1971.  The seller states this car comes with documented race history as well as Porsche COA documents.   Not much more is said about the car in the ad.  Not even the picture is representative of the actual car.   The real car is green with black interior.  This is a super rare car and will need to be researched thoroughly before buying.

The racing version of the upgraded 911 S became known as the 911 ST. Taking the lessons learned from the development

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS M472 Touring Found in Florida

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1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS M472

 

Spotted in Florida is a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS M472 for $699,000 USD.  This Touring Model has Rallye Monte Carlo Racing History!  The selling dealer states this car has been finished in its original color of light yellow with black Carrera Script.  It retains its original drivers seat and passenger seat as well as its original body panels.  The car was originally delivered in Germany to Dr. Heisse & Co. with a stamp on the Fahrzeugbrief dated

1987 BMW E30 AC Schnitzer Tribute Found in San Antonio

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1987 BMW E30 AC Schnitzer Tribute

 

Spotted in San Antonio, Texas is a 1987 BMW E30 AC Schnitzer Tribute for $18,500 USD.   I have not seen a real AC Schnitzer E30 coupe, for over 20 years.  This is not an original Schnitzer build but has been done to a very high level.  Its become extremely difficult to find all these rare pieces.   The seller states the cosmetic modifications include the full body kit.  The front spoiler is very low and tends

Price $20,000 USD /  Update $18,500 USD

Have you seen a Schnitzer E30 in Person?

1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC KOENIG Found in Germany

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1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC KOENIG

 

Spotted in Germany is a 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC KOENIG for €129,000 ($153,259 USD ).  This is as outrageous as you could get in the 80’s.   You dont find very many of these Koenig bodied cars come up for sale let alone a convertible.   The engine seems to be a stock 560SEC with no engine mods.  This example has 162,500 km and is a 1 owner car.   The color is Blauschwarzmetallic 199 (black).

What do you think of this 560SEC Koenig Special?

1992 Mercedes 500E Found in Pacific Heights

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1992 Mercedes 500E

 

Spotted in Pacific Heights , San Francisco is a 1992 Mercedes 500E for $14,999 USD.  The seller is getting an overwhelming response to this car.  The price is firm.  I am always skeptical when the seller says no time to let the buyer take it to a mechanic.  The price is under market for a 144,000 mile car.  This wont last long.  They seem to be holding steady in price if not increasing for good examples.

What do you think of this car?

1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D Found in Pleasanton

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1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D

 

Spotted in Pleasanton, California is a 1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D for $99,995 USD.   

The seller has an Ultra -rare 1959 Porsche Convertible D Super “barn find” stored since 1972: all original: All numbers-match; excellent factory gaps; all original parts, never disassembled; 110,199 original miles.  No signs of any accidents ever, original bumpers and trim untouched.  The original paint has flaked off from age but does not appear to have ever been repainted.  Some areas of significant rust, but the original longitudinal appear solid.  Doors shut perfectly.  All the necessary metal panels are available and in stock at Trevor Hammerworks.  Original numbers-matching engine does not turn over, car has not been started since 1972.  All numbers have been verified by Porsche, COA is on order.  Original color is Ruby Red.  Excellent candidate for top-end restoration.

How much do you think it will take to restore this Convertible D?

1988 BMW E30 M3 Project Found In San Fernando Valley

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1988 BMW E30 M3 Project

 

Spotted in San Fernando Valley is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Project for $27,500 USD. 

The M3 is currently a project as it sits.  The seller owned it since about 2011 and have let it sit over the last few years and have somewhat lost interest. At this point, the seller thinks he wanted something that is ready to go and enjoy out of the box because he didnt  have time or garage space to tinker with it.

What do you think of this M3 Project?

What do you think it will take to get this back on the road?

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