This 1972 Ferrari Dino 246GT Restoration Project sold at Auction on 05/18/2019 for £212,800. This car was dismantled in the 1970’s for restoration in Australia. It is an original right hand drive car for the UK market. This is Chassis Number 03246 / Engine Number 0009288. Odometer 27,171 Original Miles
Spotted in the UK is a Mercedes R129 V12 Throttle Body Kit for $£6,467. These will fit the R129 SL600 , Sl73, and the Pagani Zonda. The seller states their M120 Throttle body conversion is designed to replace the OEM injection system with their bespoke inlet manifold and individual 45mm throttle bodies. The inlet manifold is a large restriction on these engines, and replacing the unit with their individual throttle body system removes that restriction improving overall horsepower and torque with large gains in throttle response, engine noise and driver satisfaction. Carbon airboxes and trumpets, fly by wire unit, TPS, injectors, shaftless throttles and complete bolt on ECU kits with wiring all available separately
Complete inlet and individual throttle body system for all M120 V12 engines
Cast inlet manifold
Includes fuel rails
12 Individual throttle bodies
Would you pay for this system on your M120 V12 Engine?
Spotted in England is a 1989 BMW E30 M3 EVO 2 for $200,000 USD. The seller states this limited edition Evo 2 with 166,000 km. The Evo 2 come with 2.3 liter engine with 215 hp , light weight glass, cloth interior, and 16″ alloy wheels. This particular car has had 4 owners but no accidents in its life. It was originally imported from Germany and has full service records. This is 1 of 505 examples produced.
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The 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica is incredibly rare. There were only 158 examples produced by the end of 1977. This is a beautiful example in blue with white interior and blue seat inserts. The engine is 3929 cc delivering 370 hp at 8,000 rpm. It was capable of 180 mph. They only weighed 1,065 kg or 2,348 lbs. The LP400 are the most desirable of with the Periscope rear view mirror. These cars feature a unique cut out in the roof panel to permit higher rearward visibility. This car is in pristine condition and should sell well. It has become quite a collectible car with an 1975 model sold at auction in June of 2014 for 953,500 British Pounds at Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed.
1984 Lamborghini Countach 5000S For Sale in San Francisco
Location: San Francisco
Odometer: 54,000 Miles
Price $369,995 US Dollars
This is the actual Lamborghini Countach 5000S that was the star of a famous poster with the Golden Gate Bridge as the background. I had this poster on my wall as a kid. How incredible to spot this car for sale. Its been freshened up by world famous Ted Taormina, one of the foremost experts on Lamborghini anywhere in the world. It has a 54,000 miles from new.