Spotted in New York is a 1937 Horch 930 V Cabriolet for $189,500 USD. August Horch build highly desirable cars that rivaled Mercedes Benz . Interestingly, the latin translation of Horch is Audi which means “Listen!” In 1932 Horch and Audi merged with Zschopauer Motrenwerke and the Wanderer car production facilities to become Auto Union. These highly collectibles vehicles are extremely rare. I was fortunate enough to see one at Pebble Beach. There was a time where I was given the opportunity to buy a barn find Horch minus the engine. The seller decided not to sell given the extremely interest in his car. This 1937 Horch 930 V Cabriolet is an incredibly rare and elusive discovery and the ideal pre-war restoration candidate. Yellow and black with original upholstery. This extremely original Horch was parked in 1964 and has been sitting in a garage ever since. V8 engine and 4-speed with overdrive. The motor turns freely. The engine bay is completely intact and is only missing its radiator. The car is also very solid with only superficial surface corrosion. A fascinating and exciting pre-war discovery. A once and a lifetime opportunity to own what’s likely one of the last un-restored Horch cabriolets in existence.
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Spotted in Cohasset, Massachusetts is a Ferrari 333 SP Front Body for $5,000 USD. The seller states this is from the lienhard/ moretti Daytona race car that was damaged and then repaired. its a great piece of wall art and would impress any car enthusiast. I noticed the louvers above the wheels arches are not functional. Was this the case with real race cars? Cool piece of memorabilia.
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Spotted in Palmdale, California is a custom 1986 Mercedes 560SEC for $20,00 USD. The seller states this car was previously owned by the late R. Lee Ermey famous for his role as the sargeant in Full Metal Jacket. This car has been fully customized and unfortunately parked for over 10 years. The car has undergone a convertible conversion with tan leather top. It has an unknown body kit. Can anyone identify it? The interior sports a red dash, red knee bolsters , red a pillars and red door inserts while the seats are red and tan with unusual buttons on the seat cushions. The gauges are white and the tan steering wheel has a leather wrap in place. Supposedly the paint job with a marine corp image on this car that cost over $15,000 USD. The car only has 45,000 Original Miles.
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Spotted in San Diego is a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS for 750,000 USD. This 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is in Concours condition and also is 100% in perfect running order to match. This car was acquired by a very prestigious and marque German car collector. This car was restored by a marque specialist to the highest concours standards and it only takes one look to see that. 100% Porsche COA matching example including engine number, transmission number, exterior and interior original colors as well. The 1973 Carrera RS is one of the most sought-after collector car to own due to only 1,590 examples ever made. This one being just one of only fifty-five examples painted in Oxford Blue makes this car truly rare and extremely collectible.
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Spotted in Michigan is a 2011 Dettling D-1 Prototype for $160,000 USD. The seller states this the only one in the world. The construction is superior to any automobile in the world, with it’s multi tube space frame and structural fiberglass and Q cell body. It is mid-engined small block chevy V8 with trick flow heads and Gm 4 speed transaxle. The body of the car holds a US design patent and the car is very roomy, with enough trunk space for 2 people to go anywhere on vacation. See youtube video’s under Dettling for more info.
1988 BMW E30 M3
Spotted in Lomita, California is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 for $58,000 USD. The seller states this is the most well kept and highly original E30 M3 on the market. The car has only 2 owners since new along with original books , manuals, tools and a thick and complete history file from new.
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