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 Red Bluff, San Francisco is a rare 1957 T Bird Jukebox for $8,500 USD. It was manufactured in 1989 by Carson City Manufacturing and made to look like a 1957 Thunderbird. The seller states it was just serviced and cleaned so it should sound great. It can play a total of 50 45 records on both sides and can operate on coins or free play.
Price $8,500 USD
Spotted in Phoenix, Arizona is a Rare One Of A Kind Custom Car for $25,000 USD. The seller states this is a home made vehicle custom built from 28 different cars. It has been featured in many car shows and proves to be a fan favorite. It certainly is unique! Wait until you see the donor car list for all its parts.
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Spotted in Seattle is a 1976 Trivette for $8,450 USD. This is a very rare three wheel trike with only 27 examples produced. It uses a Fiat 850 drive train. This vehicle was developed as a response to the Arab Oil Embargo of 1973. This rear wheel drive Trivette is extremely stable at high way speeds. According to Road & Track, it can achieve a .77 lateral G on the skipad. It is currently licensed and running with a clean title. The seller includes a spare engine and some other parts.
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Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a 2015 Lucra LC470 Race Car for $108,000 USD. The is a 640 HP street legal car with only 4,000 Miles. The Lucra is a hand built car made in California. It uses an LS7 power plant with a carbon fiber body putting the car at less than 2,000 lbs. It features an Eaton TrueTrac differential with a custom Magnaflow exhaust capable of 0-60 times in the high 2 second range. This specific car has a one-off custom removable aluminum hardtop specially built by Lucra. It is the only Lucra with a hardtop. It is a very interesting canopy design.
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Spotted in Portland is a 1968 Dick Dean Shalako Dune Buggy for $2,700 USD. These were designed by Dick Dean and were produced in very limited numbers. This particular car was a gift from Dick Dean to one of his fabricators and was never full assembled. It has the ultra rare front spoiler and gullwing doors which still have yet to be mounted. It painted in metallic root beer brown with lower gold side pods. The wheels are also rare and the dash has never been cut for the gauges. The buggy has a transaxle but no motor yet.
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