1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Original Owner! Odometer: 35,000 Original Miles Original Paint Location: Medina, Ohio Price: Asking $325,000 OBO Click Here for Ad Wow a rare find! 1974 Ferrari Dino 246GTS in Ohio. Original owner car. You really dont see many all original owner cars that often. If what the seller says in true , then this maybe a bargain at 325k. From the pictures, it looks to be a good unrestored car. It has good patina and looks like an honest car. Owner states the 35,403 miles are genuine. So many Dinos have been restored to such a high level due to the rising values but few can be said to be as delivered to the showroom. I dont dislike total nut and bolt restorations but its a thrill to get into an all original car and drive it. Buyers should buy a ticket to Ohio and inspect the car in person. Its seems the engine lid is missing from the pictures. The mouse hair dash looks worn the way I would expect from an original dash board. The window latches for the small door windows are missing. They commonly fall off due to inferior glue. All are minor easy fixes and can probably be sourced relatively easily. I know some dealers that have offered $300,000 to and owner has refused. This could be a great car for the preservation class at Pebble Beach next year. Any Collectors looking for this car right now? Your thoughts!
1996 Porsche 993 C4S Odometer: 74,000 miles Transmission: Manual Price $67,000 US Dollars Click Here for Ad This Porsche 993 c4s is a modifed example for a good price. The modifications can easily be reverted back to stock configuration. The 993 models were built form 1993 -1998. They had 3.6 Liter air cooled flat six engines. The 4S came with 4 wheel drive and a slightly lowered suspension. The 4S is heavier due to the all wheel drive system. The curb weight was 3,197 pounds vs 3,064 pounds for the C2S. There were only
I have never been able to tell the difference between a real Porsche Duck tail or a replica. This is what I have found. If I am incorrect in my research, please correct me. I am genuinely interested to know the difference between a real and a replica. The Duck Tail from the 1973 Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic shapes in automotive history. It is not only beautiful but functional as well. The duck tail provided lightness , better engine cooling, and decreases lift especially above 80 MPH and higher. Ten years ago , I can remember seeing them for sale for $1,200 to $2,000 and thinking the seller was out of his mind. Who would pay such a high price? Well in hindsight, I wish I was that fool. Today , these Duck Tails can be $5,000 to $10,000 +. Since the Porsche Company always pushed the limits of technology, they experimented with fiberglass for aerodynamics and lightness. The Duck Tails were not made of metal skins, they used fiberglass
1972 Ferrari DINO 246GT Price $267,000 US Dollars Click Here for Ad This particular car has had the same owner for 37 years. Amazing! Its was originally Argento Auteuil Metalizzato which is one of the many variations of silver that Ferrari offered. Metallic colors look amazing on the Dino 246 body. It would look stunning restored back to its original color. It has 77k original miles and comes with all books/ service records/ tool kits. This is a USA model and has the recessed front turn signal lenses not found on European production models. This seems to be a very good car for a great price.
1961 Maserati 3500 GTI Chassis AM101.1902 Price: $129,500 US Dollars Click Here for Ad This car is a restoration project that maybe a good fit for someone. Its been painted maroon but the original color was black. Seller states this car may have been used for road transportation to and from events during the busy 1962 season. It has been under the same