Spotted in West Palm Beach, Florida is a MOMO Ferrari 333SP Wheel for $2,999 USD. This would make a cool addition for any Ferrari enthusiast’s collection. If you are a true racing aficionado of either the renowned Momo brand or Ferrari, then you will agree with me that this represents the glory days of Endurance Racing+Ferrari+Momo… After Ferrari being absent from sportscar racing for nearly 20 years, the 333SP endurance machine rolled out in 1994 using
What do you think of this wheel?
Spotted in Washington is a 1992 Ferrari 512TR Silver for $298,000 USD. This is a rare silver color with black leather. It only has 11,631 original miles and has only has 2 owners since new. The seller states this car has been given Ferrari Classiche Certification and has won “First In Class” winner 4 years in a row (2014-2017) at the Northwest Region of the Ferrari Club of America Concourse. The original window sticker is included showing MSRP at $195,600 USD and the original delivery to Grand Prix Motorsporst in Seattle, Washington. These cars are notorious like many Ferrari models for the sticky interior trim pieces. This has been corrected by the seller which is a nice bonus. Also a plus is the major service was completed only 1,500 miles ago which included valve/ cam timing , new timing belt/ tensioners, new valve cover gasket, new cam seals, new accessory belt, new engine oil filter, new brake fluid, new coolant, new gear oil ,and new AC Freon/ Filter totaling $9,930 USD.
What do you think of this 512TR?
Spotted in Maryland is a 1979 Maserati Merak SS with Bora Dash for $35,000 USD. The seller states there were only 970 Merak SS examples built with only 314 that came with the Bora style dashboard. The 1980s dealer invoice shows it was purchased for $17,325. The car is currently not running. It will need a full restoration but I think this car would be fun to restore. The seller also confirm that the tool kit is included and the undercarriage is in good shape. The body however will need some work. Notice the rust on the front and rear panels.
Would you take on this restoration?
Father Son Road Trip to Portland to buy a Lotus Esprit Turbo SE
Recently for my Birthday, I flew my Dad and I out to Portland, Oregon to buy a 1990 Lotus Esprit Turbo SE and drive it down to Los Angeles. The seller Morgan picked us up at the airport and drove us to his 19 acre ranch south of Portland.
Spotted in Santa Cruz, is a Judson Super For 190SL for $3,999 USD. I have never seen one of these but this looks like fun. The seller states he has carefully stored it for decades and is a long time Mercedes Club Member. It is complete with installation manuals. This is a a super rare find. It is possible this could fit other Mercedes engines as well.
Have you seen one of these before?