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.
What do you make of this?
Spotted in Illinois is a Mercedes W126 AMG Glove Box TV, AMG Steering Wheel, and AMG Gauge Cluster for $2,899 USD. These parts have been removed from a Japanese w126 SEC wide body AMG. The pre-merger AMG steering wheel has some scratches but both horn buttons work properly but includes the wheel hub as well. The instrument cluster has AMG white faces which are metal and not cheap paper imitations. The cluster shows in Kilometers not Miles. By far the best item in this auction is the AMG Glove Box Panasonic TV with all accessories and the remote control. Nothing screams 1990s AMG than this TV. I doubt the reception was ever that good but it spoke volumes of the decade of excess. The TV console has a small storage department with cup holders when the door is open. The seller does not know if the TV is functional.
What do you think of these AMG items?
Spotted in Missoula is a 1974 Land Rover Shorland for $17,500 USD. These landrovers are armor plated vehicles primarily used as patrol vehicles in Ireland. It is believed only 1000 were made. It features armor that can withstand a 308 rifle round and has a 360 degree rotating turret wit periscope site. The grenade launchers are still intact. It has a 6 cylinder engine and 4 speed manual transmission. Its not something you see everyday.
Would you want this in your collection?
Spotted in California, is a 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit Limo. Seller does not set a price but willing to entertain offers. The limo is 15.9 feet long. Its original 1.6 engine was swapped for a 1.8 liter with ported and polished heads and euro grind cam. It is still a 4 speed manual with a seller stated top speed of 100 mph.
Does anyone want this?
What is it worth?