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Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight

aston-martin-db4-lightweight-3 Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight Engine: bored out to 4.5 liters Location: United Kingdom Price: Price on Request Click Here for Ad   Wow!  I love that this DB4 is a lightweight.   This car started its life in Kuala Lumpur before being purchased by a doctor in charge of the Malaria Eradication Pilot Project in the 1960’s.   Sellers states this car has won a considerable number of races and one of the quickest and most developed DB4 lightweights in the world.   It was the 2003 Championship

1994 Ferrari 512TR Berlinetta

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ferrari-512tr-1994-red-black-2 1994 Ferrari 512TR Berlinetta 12 Cylinder / 4.9 Liter Location: Washington D.C. Odometer: 18531 miles VIN:  ZFFLM40A8R0097271 Price: $289,000 US Dollars Seller is a dealer:  Classic Motors of Washington D.C.  / 202 244-7555/ Robert Peacock Click Here for Ad   I have a soft spot for the 512TR.  These are cars I have loved since they were new.   This is a 1994 512TR model with an upgraded differential and ABS brakes that exclusive to the 1994 year.   The car looks great in rossa corsa with a black interior.    Interior looks stock and for 18k miles it looks presentable but can be cleaned up.

2003 FERRARI 360 GT Michelotto

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2003 FERRARI 360 GT Michelotto

Ferrari 360 Racing Model Location: Austria his is a rare opportunity to purchase one of the finest examples of the 20 original 360 GTs. Chassis No.  F131GT 2028 Price:  290,000 Euros plus VAT if planning to stay in Europe. Click here for Ad   Model History: The history of the 360 GT begins with Team JMB Giesse who created a modified challenge car to race in the 2000 FIA N-GT Championship. After a short season by JMB, Ferrari then decided to test an official 360 GT for the 2001 season. Since this time, 360 GTs have been extensively raced at ACO and FIA events. ferrari-360-gt-2 2001 was somewhat of a test year for Ferrari to see if the 360 GT would be a viable solution to the Porsche GT3. By March of that year, Ferrari delivered the first 360 GT, #118775, to Michelotto.