Spotted in Redondo Beach is a 1994 Mercedes E320 AMG Cabriolet for $65,000 USD. The seller states this 1994 Mercedes-Benz 320CE is a real factory-built Sportline/AMG A124 Cabriolet delivered Zurich Switzerland, November, 1993. It is the only one specifically ordered through Daimler AG with a rare combination of an S-class 722-5 automatic transmission; combined with a post-production modification through, then still independent AMG, Affalterbach, with an unprecedented 3:69 gear ratio ASR differential. This combination was never ordered for any other W124 chassis save for this one-off, hand-built cabriolet!
Spotted in Los Angeles is a Ferrari Testarossa Spare Wheel for $1,500 USD. This is a center lug wheel used by early Testarossas from 1985 to mid 1998 until switching to the 5 bolt pattern. The seller says its like new with original tire. I dont think this spare has ever been used.
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Spotted in New Mexico is a rare Vintage Alpine Alarm 8101for $1,400 USD. Alpine Alarm Model No. 8101 Security System! Alpine car alarm Mobile security system new but has been opened but never installed. This alarm was seen on the streets around 1986, 1987 or so. This unit does NOT have a remote, it has a touch key entry code pad. Pictures that you see are of the actual unit, so what you see is what you get. Comes complete with instruction, manual, components, wire harness, brackets, warrantee cards etc. I had one of these units in my first truck, and it works like a champ, never had any issues with it, and was happy with its security performance. The box has seen better days for its age, but still holds the components like it came from Alpine. This Alpine 8101 is very rare! This might be the only one left, in its NEW conditon.
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Spotted in Arizona is a 1977 Kelmark for $23,000 USD. This is an interesting highly modified Kelmark kit car. One of a kind, HANDCRAFTED BY A 7-TIME MIDGET/SPRINT CAR CHAMPION / HALL OF FAMER, located in ALBUQUERQUE, NM. To others it is known as the ‘Wonder Car.’ This unique 2-seater, STREET LEGAL eye catcher is a HIGHLY MODIFIED 1977 KELMARK, beautifully displayed in all its glory with a TORCH RED paint job, mock knock-offs imported from NEW ZEALAND, and HEADLIGHT COVERS. THE ADJUSTABLE TORSION BAR delivers a RIDE LIKE A CADILLAC and HANDLES LIKE A CORVETTE. When it comes to stopping, the DISC BRAKES will make
Spotted in Long Beach, California is a 1960 Porsche 356 Project for $29,500 USD. This is a numbers matching car with the same owner since 1973. It was a daily driver for many years before the owner decided to restore her in 1992. Since then it was parked away for 26 years hidden in a garage. The engine and interior are disassembled but the seller states the engine was gone through. It still has its original interior and wheels. The rear glass was re-installed since coming out of the garage. It is a California title car plus has its original tags.
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Spotted in New York is a 1994 Ferrari 512TR for $399,000 USD. This car has less than 3,300 Original Miles! Black with black interior. Seller states this is an all original, no alterations, modifications or deletions. 2015 winner Greenwich Concours Best Supercar. 2016 winner FCA Best Ferrari in class. 100 point Platinum show car. FCA documented letter from judge states this car to have no deductions. Engine serviced 200 miles and five years ago. A fully detailed show car. Flawless paint and