Spotted in Wayne , New Jersey is a Porsche 944 Pro Street for $35,000 USD. This is a unique build. It is a 1986 Porsche 944 fitted with a 383 cu. in. stroker (8 cylinder) / 671 Weiand Blower / 2 – 4 barrel Edelbrock carburetors / 5 speed Doug Nash / Dana 60 rear. The engine was professionally built and it has never been raced. The seller used it for cruise nights and car shows. The car has won a Peoples Choice Award and several 1st place trophies.
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Spotted in Pacific Beach, California is a 1968 Fiat 850 Convertible for $5,700 USD. I often come across these in a variety of conditions but rarely one that is in this condition. The seller states this car is in original condition and has been a Father and Son Restoration Project for many years. It is 100% complete with a very rare hard top. The color is green with black interior
Spotted in Rosemead is a pair of Porsche K3 Rear Fenders for $700 USD. The seller states these over fenders are off a K3 Porsche with race history that includes Le Mans, 12 Hours of Sebring, and 24 Hour Daytona back in the 1980’s by car owner and driver Wayne Patric. I wouldn’t mind having this on my wall.
Found in Vancouver, is a 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo S2 for $180,000 USD. This is 1 of 20 Road Legal Homologation examples built for the US Market! I have not seen one for over 10 years and it was a white one for sale in Florida for 55k. These extremely rare cars were built in conjunction with Porsche tuner Andial. These cars have a turbocharged 3.3L M30/69 flat six engine with a 5 speed manual transmission. The S2 option package included ported and polished cylinder heads, a K27 turbocharger, a larger intercooler, and revised cam profiles all of which significantly increased hp above the base Turbo.
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 in San Francisco, California is a 1964 Jaguar E-Type Roadster for $87,500 USD. This is a Series 1 car that is ready for restoration. Between 1961 and 1964 Jaguar produced 3.8 engines and partial synchromesh transmissions as opposed to 1965 -1967 cars which had 4.2 liter engines and fully synchronized transmissions. The seller stats this car is available for viewing. It has the usual rust bubbles at the bottom of the doors. There is no mention of the motor running.
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