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2000 Mercedes G500 Europa Import Found in Los Angeles

2000 Mercedes G500 Europa Import

Spotted in Los Angeles is a 2000 Mercedes G500 Europa Import for $54,000 USD. The seller states this pre-MBUSA car has been in California from Day 1. It has its bar sticker and clean California title. This was purchased from the original owner only 2 years ago and has only gone 59,999 original miles. It comes with a file of service records that show new brakes, new rotors, full exhaust system, tie rods, drag links , etc. Overall, it is in excellent running condition with a few scratches and paint chips. It will come with original wheels and a set of newer offset OEM wheels with Michelin tires. It has the incredibly rare OEM rear jumps seats with seat belts. There is a OEM roof rack including keys and OEM spare tire cover. Of course the seller has all books, tools, 2 keys and the first aid kit.

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Price $54,000 USD

1985 Mercedes 5000SEL Gemballa Found in Las Vegas

1985 Mercedes 5000SEL Gemballa

Spotted in Las Vegas is a 1985 Mercedes 5000SEL Gemballa for $12,500 USD.  The seller states this car has a salvage title.  He says this car was upgraded by Gemballa in Germany.  It only has 81,000 miles and drives well.  The hydraulic suspension was removed and springs and shocks were installed.  The hydraulic suspension components do come with the car.  It has chrome AMG monoblock wheels 17 x 8 with newer Michelin 235/45/17 tires.  

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1988 BMW E30 M3 Found in Wayne New Jersey

1988 BMW E30 M3

Spotted in Wayne, New Jersey is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 for $53,500 USD.  The seller states this car has 166k original miles.  He is the second owner and has owned it for 6 years.  It is well maintained and has its s14 motor rebuilt in 2013/2014.  There are no accidents and comes with a clean car fax.  He is moving to the city and has no time for this car any more. 

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1988 BMW E30 M3 Project Found in San Francisco

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1988 BMW E30 M3

Spotted in San Francisco is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Project for $26,500 USD.    This car was for sale about a year ago.  Its nice to see this car reappear again.  Its definitely a project not for the fainthearted.  There is a lot of body work to be done to make this car right.  As you can see in the pictures there are rust issues especially below the front windshield.  Looks like the seller has bought the metal sections that are needed to be replaced.  I am sure someone will take up this challenging restoration project.  It will be worth it when its back on the road  in its original Lachssilber color.   Only issue I see is the current price.

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1971 Porsche 911T Found in Fremont

1971 Porsche 911T

Spotted in Fremont, California is a 1971 Porsche 911T for $35,000 USD.  This car seems like a good deal and one should act fast.  The seller states that he tried to start but wont turn over.  It has a straight body with no rust.   The registration is current  and comes with a clean title in owner’s hand.  

Price $35,000 USD

1956 Porsche Speedster Found in Florida

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1956 Porsche Speedster

Spotted in Jupiter, Florida is a 1956 Porsche Speedster for $265,001 USD.   This car was restored 10 years ago and only driven less than a thousand miles has been in storage ever since and has been run on a regular basis until a year and a half ago. It has been in a temperature sensitive storage away from the elements. The odometer shows 82,006 original miles.  

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BMW 30 S14 Engine Found in Clarksville

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BMW 30 S14 Engine

Spotted in Clarksville, Tennessee is a BMW 30 S14 Engine for 9,500 USD including shipping.    The seller states this engine is in perfect running condition.  It has gone 85,000 miles.  It will include the wiring harness and ECU with all accessories.

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