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1987 Maserati Spyder Biturbo Found in Chicago

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1987 Maserati Spyder Biturbo

 

Spotted in Chicago is a 1987 Maserati Spyder Biturbo for $12,900 USD.  You dont find a good one of these Biturbos very often.  I have been looking at these but find most are in terrible shape.   They can be found for less than 8k but they need a ton of work and they are usually automatics.   It looks like a fun car from the 1980s  

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1987 Lamborghini Countach 5000QV Found in West Hollywood

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1987 Lamborghini Countach 5000QV

 

Spotted in West Hollywood is a 1987 Lamborghini Countach 5000QV  for $399,000 USD.   The seller states there were only 3 owners including himself since new.  It only has 4,000 original miles !   The seller is in an unfortunate situation of having to raise cash for a construction project so he will need to part with his car.   The car is extremely clean and looks flawless.    It is Bianco Perlato exterior with red interior.  This car has euro bumpers and euro lights.

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1972 Lamborghini Espada Countach Engine Found in D.C.

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1972 Lamborghini Espada Countach Engine

 

Spotted in Washington D.C. is a 1972 Lamborghini Espada Countach Engine for $160,000 USD.   I remember seeing this car offered for much less and always wondered what happened to this car.  If I had the funds I would have bought it for the Countach 5000 QV engine.   This is claimed to be the world’s fastest example of this model.   The hood have to be modified to fit the 500 HP 5.2 Liter 48 valve Countach engine.

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1983 Lamborghini Countach Found in Palm Beach

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1983 Lamborghini Countach

 

Spotted in Palm Beach is a 1983 Lamborghini Countach for $435,000 USD.  This is a  an early white 5000S with white interior.  Not much info is given other than the contact info.   Its hard not to want one of these.  I remember having a poster of one when I was little.  This is the perfect color combo for me.

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1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT Project Found

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1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

 

Spotted is a 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT Project for $100,000 USD.   This is a 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT project car which will require a full restoration. The car is listed in the Dino registry, it is a USA model LHD – Silver over Black with power windows & Cromodora wheels.  It was owned by the first caretaker from 1972 to 1983. I believe the second owner had the car from 1983 until I acquired the car in 2017.   The engine and transmission are original to the car although not in the car at the moment, and the engine appears to be missing one cylinder head but the cylinder head cover is there. It looks like the PO was in the process of doing engine work while undertaking a restoration based on the manner in which the car is apart.

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1990 Ferrari 348 GTS Challenge Car Found in San Rafael

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1990 Ferrari 348TS Challenge Car

 

Spotted in San Rafael, California is a 1990 Ferrari 348TS Challenge Car for $74,900 USD.   This car left the factory as a street legal 348 GTS in Nero Black over tan interior.  It was then converted over to Challenge Specs through a dealer installed factory authorized kit requiring 110 man hours.   The kit included a full roll bar, OMP Seats, 4 point harness, fire extinguisher, battery disconnect, and Plexiglas Front Fog Lights for added weight savings.    The A/C compressor was removed form the car.   New under trays were fitted front and rear with brake cooling ducts.  This particular car was never raced and has been consistently maintained.

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1978 Ferrari 308 Factory Special Order Found in Connecticut

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1978 Ferrari 308 Factory Special Order

 

Spotted in Connecticut is a 1978 Ferrari 308 Factory Special Order  for $73,500 USD.   It was specially ordered from the Factory with white interior, white targa top, white rear louvers, and white head light louvers.  The belt line was also painted white as well.  These special requests by the original owner are documented with paperwork between Ferrari and the buyer.   The car was also ordered with Campagnolo wheels which are more commonly found on the Dino 246.  

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