1966 Ferrari 330 GTS Blue Sera #9639 A very special car in a great Ferrari color Blue Sera. Only 99 cars built Price: POA Email for more details This car is not for the faint hearted. Its by no means cheap but it presents very well. Blue Sera is its original color. It was changed to black and then red through its life and now it back to the original Blue Sera. Stunning!
Lamborghini LM002 Tool Kit and Storage Box Price: $11,999.99 USD Seller is in Penington, New Jersey Only 301 Lamborghini LM002 were produced. Somewhere there is a car missing its tool box. The Price is insane but its super rare. I doubt you can find the trunk but you can probably put together the tool kit with enough time. I believe the tool kit is shared across models. (ie Countach) Click Here for Ebay Ad
Genuine Lamborghini Countach Rear Wing Price: $9.995 USD Seller is a dealer: SW2 Heritage Cars Click Here I”m not surprised at the price. I was offered one in Los Angeles for $6,000 almost 4 years ago. They are rare and impossible to find OEM part, so its hard to find fault when one comes up for sale. A Lamborghini Countach owner who wants the rear wing has no option but to pay the price. I honestly prefer them without the wing but they look good both ways. I have never seen the front wing from the Cannon ball movie for sale anywhere. I wonder if that was a one off for the movie? Euro bumpers really make the car but the front wing is debateable, but still an interesting option. I never found any factory documentation on a front wing. Does anyone know more about this?
NOS Lamborghini LM002 Tires Pirelli Scorpion Zero Price $10,000 USD Set of 4 Difficult to find Pirelli Zero Tires for the Lamborghini LM002. These are the mixed use tires and not the sand rail tires. OEM set of 4. These are 25+ year old tires. They are ideal for an owner with intentions to show a car for judging events where originality is key. Click Here for Ebay Ad
Ferrari 275 Chassis 1965 Location: Woluwe-Saint–Lambert, Belgium This is a cool find! There is a lot of interest on this and I am sure there are many capable restoration shops that would love to build a 275GTB, GTS, GTB/4, or Nart Spider from this Chassis. Ferrari records are so well kept these days. Anyone bidding on this probably knows where to locate the matching numbers engine for this chassis already. It would be fun to track this chassis and see what it becomes in the future. What a great project for someone with deep deep pockets. Would you build it back to original specs ? Assuming you could not find the original engine, what would you build it into? 10/21/16 2 days left for bidding / Current bid 35k dollars / 101 bids Click Here for Ebay Ad