Spotted in Boston, Massachusetts is a 1988 Ferrari 328 GTB for $71,500 USD.The seller states this car is in excellent condition with 49,777 original miles. The GTS has the removeable top while the GTB is a fixed roof and made in much lower numbers.
Spotted in Boston is a 1984 Mercedes 280GE Bullet Proof G Class for $50,000 USD. The seller states this it runs and drives well. It is completely armored and bulletproof. This vehicle is super clean, much recent service, low documented mileage, and has always been in climate controlled storage.
38k Miles, odometer reads in kilometers so its 61k km 280 6cyl 5 speed manual transmission Walk on hood thick guage steel Bullet proof glass and body Kevlar floor protection Explosion proof mesh in fuel tank Bullet proof and deflecting grille Thick guage bumpers front and rear Bead lock wheels with ABS run flat inserts A/C 360 degree rotating Recaro gunner seat Gunner seat has Schroth 4-point harness Seats 7 with seatbelts in 3 seats Roof Turret Offensive gun ports in side glass on 4 windows New tires Recent tune up New battery New fuel pump New crank sensor Runs and drives well Hella fog lamps Clean MA title
Spotted in Boston is a 1994 Ferrari 512TR for $500,000 USD. This is a very strong asking price for a rare 1 owner yellow 1994 512TR. In 1994 only 60 are believed to have come to the US shores. It is also the only year with ABS brakes. This example has 30,600 original miles and the seller states that it had a major service performed recently along with a fresh set of new tires. There is no doubt this is a rare car and the last year of production for the 12 Cylinder 512TR. I hope he is able to get his asking price!
How many 1994 cars were painted yellow?
Can the seller get this price?
Spotted in Boston, Massachusetts is a 1990 BMW M3 for $1,500 USD. The seller claims it belonged to a deceased family member. It doesnt run and he just wants it gone. He conveniently has the title in the glove box ready to sign over. The neighborhood kids like the car. LOL This is obviously a scam but just wanted to document it for future reference
Spotted in Boston is a 1972 Porsche 911S for $175,000 USD. This car is a clean example in excellent condition. It is matching numbers with full documents and its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity (POA). The seller states this car has only 70,000 original miles. It is finished in its original color of Viper Green with black interior. The car is 1 of 6 know to exist in this color combination.
What do you think of the price?