Spotted in San Diego, California is a 1974 Porsche Carrera for $24,000 USD. The seller states his car has a clean title. It is a real 911 Carrera but missing its engine and transaxle. The seats, door panels, hood, fender, duck tail, wheels and all glass are included in the sale. Some minor rust has been repaired. It has never been wrecked. It is number 275 of 528 built.
Spotted in New Milford, Connecticut is a 1978 Porsche 911SC for $22,500 USD. The seller states this car has 193,000 miles with a clean body and good interior. He added a non original injection system but the car will include the original parts. It has been stored away for few years and is currently not running. This would make a great project for someone.
Spotted in Houston, Texas is a 1970 Porsche 911T for $28,900 USD. This is the least expensive 911T I have seen in a while. This car is Porsche Pastel Blue over tan and is reported to be accident free. The seller is the 3rd owner and has its original 2.2L Flat 6 engine and transmission.
Spotted in Little Rock is a 1957 Fuldamobil S-7 Micro Car for $16,950 USD. The Fuldamobil, named after the German town of Fulda was one of the first microcars built after WWII. In its final iteration, the S-7 (Series 7) was its most accomplished yet with its 198 Sachs engine, 2 stroke 9 1/2 hp engine, 4 forward gears, 3 wheels and its beautiful teardrop shape.
1990 BMW E30 S3 2.7L Original AC Schnitzer Touring Wagon
Spotted in Netherlands is a 1990 BMW E30 S3 2.7L Original AC Schnitzer Touring Wagon for sale for €24,500 ( $27,634). As a fan of AC Schnitzer cars, I am very excited to find this car. Not often do you find an original AC Schnitzer build still intact after all these years. It has the correct front strut bar with AC sticker on the center bar. The cam cover is difficult to find and quite expensive. This is a 2.7 Liter engine upgrade by AC Schnitzer
Spotted for sale in Studio City is a 1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet for $150,000 USD. This Porsche has been under the same ownership for 42 years and is a California no rust car. The owner states this is a 106,XXX original mile car and drives well. The cardex shows the original color to be Irish Green but is now has a high quality black paint job. The body was painted by Jack Kimoto while the metal work was done by Pino with no Bondo at all. Auto International Interior redid the black interior with new German square weave carpet, new canvas, new interior headliner, and new dash pad. This car is a 356C but has an 356SC motor in it. It has new Koni shocks , a German AM/FM radio, and 5 1/2 chrome wheels. There is a new tonneau cover still in its bag. It has fog lights but they are not connected at this time. The seller states there are no accidents and has a clean title. The engine was rebuilt by Rod Tashian which the seller emphasizes was an old time craftsman that is no longer around. it looks to be well cared for and needs very little to be a fun summer California car. No mention of the original engine are its location.
What do you think of this 356 Cab?