1991 Porsche 964 Turbo 3.8L Found
Spotted in Miami is a 1991 Porsche 964 Turbo 3.8L for $144,900 USD. This guards red 911 has a black interior and has only gone 28,000 miles since new. This is a euro 964 turbo which is more desirable. The sunroof delete option is a plus and its suspension is set up to the euro height by Bilstein Coilovers. The wheels are the incredibly beautiful 3 piece speedlines. The interior is just as clean as the exterior. This is a very clean car with a very desirable 3.8L engine. The center console has a switch for the line lock for the LSD and another switch for the HKS electronic boost controller. The twin plug 3.8L engine has a blitz intercooler and a large T-51R Turbo.
1984 Porsche 944 Spec Race Car
Spotted for Sale in Atlanta is a 1984 Porsche 944 Spec Race Car for $8,000 USD. This seems like a great start for anyone wanting to get into racing. The seller lists all the upgrades done on the car along with additional spares that come with the car. What do you think about this 944 Porsche?
1995 Mercedes 500GE Designo
Spotted for sale is a 1995 Mercedes 500GE Designo for $59,999 USD. The seller imported this car from Japan in the fall of 2018. As you may already know, the 500GE is a rather unique Mercedes model in the history of the W463 G Wagons. This is one of the first production V8 Gelandewagens ever produced, with fewer than 500 ever built in 1993/1994. These were never originally for sale in North America. It features a 5.0 M117 V8 (MB realized that the M119 didn’t fit in the W463 engine bay), 4 speed automatic transmission with high / low transfer case and locking center and rear differentials. The exterior is metallic purple with very few blemishes. The wheels are rare late ’90s AMG 18″ wheels with brand new Continental tires. The interior is in great shape (no rips or tears in the leather) and features power front heated seats, cold air-conditioning, and hot heat. All panels are the original Designo two tone black and gray leather.