American Cars

2013 Perana Z-One For Sale in Los Angeles

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2013 Perana Z-One For Sale
Location:  Los Angeles, California
The Perana Z-One is built by coachbuilders Zagato and Perana Performance Group.  They are a south african vehicle manufacturer.   This is 1 of 7 in the USA.   They are based off of the 6th generation Corvette.    There will only be 999 cars built per year to assure exclusivity.   Zagato has opened a new design center in the heart of car culture in Santa Monica, California.    This is where the Perana Z-One was designed and styled.   It would be interesting to get a close look at one of these cars.   I am curious if it still feels like a corvette.
Would you want one of these in your garage?


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Location: East Bay, San Francisco
Price $32,000 US Dollars but negotiable
  It seems a lot of american track cars have been coming out of the wood work lately.    This is a 1980 -1981  Chevrolet Corvette has  a total of 6 – 1981 TRANS-AM RACE FINISHES.   It comes with all log books and set up sheets. many spare parts, includes stock engine, heads, spare wheels. Car is a “roller” and sold As-Is: Price negotiable as I have many other racing parts as well. This is a “barn-find” and just as it came off the race track from it’s last race in 1984.  Seller states this car is period correct  for use in Vintage Sanctioned race groups including SCCA and VARA.   There is no crash history and all the original parts are there ready to be inspected and upgraded where safety is concerned.   For example:  fire bottle, seat belts, window net, and fuel cell liner (can is O.K. ) set up is currently for dry sump.

What engine would you put into this car?

1954 Arnolt-Bristol Bolide Deluxe Roadster by Bertone

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1954 Arnolt-Bristol Bolide Deluxe Roadster by Bertone

Sold at Sotheby’s Auction Monterey on August 2016 for $445,000 US Dollars

Chassis no. 404/X/3075 Engine no. BS1/MKII/278 Body no. 5876 Arnolt-Bristols were built largely by hand and in limited quantities, just 142 were constructed over a period of seven years, with 130 being sold, as 12 were destroyed in a Chicago warehouse fire. The car offered here is one of approximately 80 Arnolt-Bristols that remain extant today. According to its restorer, Jack Farland, it began life as one of two cars owned by a husband and wife who fancied themselves club racers. The couple sold his car in the late 1950s to another enthusiast in Illinois, George Adamaek. Mr. Adamaek raced the car until 1966, then stored it in his garage for nearly five decades before selling it to Mr. Farland, who passed it thereafter to the consignor. Farland Classic Restoration of Englewood, Colorado, then undertook a meticulous nut-and-bolt restoration of the car to its original condition, reportedly taking approximately 6,000 hours. The car was completely disassembled,

Mustang Boss 302 Vintage Race Car spotted in California

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Mustang Boss 302 Vintage Race Car

Location: Yorba Linda, Ca
Price: $135,000 US Dollars
A real BOSS 302 Mustang that has spent its entire life as a race car. Seller has documentation and old photos of this car in its racing career. It has a rare Bud Moore Manifold and has gone through extensive development to be competitive. Currently ready to race for 2017 season.

1958 Miller Crosley Special Vintage Race Car

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1958 Miller Crosley Special Vintage Race Car Location: Los Angeles Contact:  818 415-3739 Price $20,000 US Dollars This is a aluminum bodied race car built by Don Miller in 1958 powered by a Crosley Engine.   Its been restored by Bob Graham in 1991.   This car has been driven at the Monterey Historics at Laguna Seca Track back in 1993.   It is in tired condition and will need to be made track ready again.  The engine is out of the car and will need be rebuilt first.    The seller is asking $20,000 US Dollars.