Can you identify the car from the seats? Notice the unique padded armrest
BMW M3 E30 S14 2.5 LITER Engine BlockSpotted in South Carolina is a BMW M3 E30 S14 2.5 LITER Engine Block for $8,900 USD. This is so rare and probably one of the last existing and available 2.5 Liter Sport EVO Engine block in the world. This would be an upgrade engine to a stock M3 E30 which comes stock with a 2.3 Liter Engine. New, original 2.5 L, S14, BMW Motorsport Engine Block in “standard size” of 95.00 mm. The Engine Block does not include pistons. What do you think of this S14 Engin
Italian Delivered 1973 Porsche 911RS TouringSpotted in England is an Italian Delivered 1973 Porsche 911RS Touring for €480,000 or $557,450. • ASi Gold Certificate and independent Porsche appraisal • History since 1988 • 1988 purchased by current owners (Father & Son – both well known in the classic car world in Italy) • 3 fully documented pre-owners • 1974 to 78 • 1978 to 80 • 1981 to 88 • 1988 to 2016 • Italian model, May 1973 with LSD and special seats as production option and original in viper green (1 of 79 in 1973) • Newly painted 10 years ago, otherwise totally original inside and frame • Non- matching numbers – the original engine has been replaced before 1988. Current investigation ongoing whether engine has been replaced by Porsche by one of the 3 pre-owners • The engine is period correct and the correct 2.7RS… This engine is from RS 451 which was originally delivered to Switzerland. • COA by Porsche is available as well as full documentation on this vehicle What do you think of this car?
Porsche RSR 915 Transaxle Oil PumpSpotted in Colorado is a Porsche RSR 915 Transaxle Oil Pump for $6,500 USD. This is the complete kit which is extremely rare to find. Other RSR oil pumps I have seen for sale are always missing some critical pieces but this one seems to be all there. This kit has the complete nose cover, oil pump, nose cone, gears, sump foot and spray bar. It would seem the price for these continue to climb. I think there is a company in Europe that makes replicas of these pumps. I am not sure how popular these are. Would you pay this much to put this on your Porsche 911?
2002 MV Agusta F4S Spotted in San Francisco is a 2002 MV Agusta F4S for $10,900 USD. These bikes are increasingly rare to find with low mileage. The seller states in the ad that there are lots of extras that come with the bike. These are such beautiful bikes. I have wanted one since I visited the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain when it debuted. What do you think of this bike?