Spotted in Costa Mesa, California is a 1963 Ferrari V12 250 Engine and Transmission for $125,000 USD. The seller states this was taken out of a Ferrari 212 over 10 years ago. The Engine shows the numbers 3495 , 100/62E , and 128/F. The Transmission is numbered 539 65748 and 506E 55719. Another section shows 507-E. Can anyone shed some light on these numbers?
Price $125,000 USD
Spotted in Modesto, California is a 1967 Alfa Romeo GTC Convertible for $225,000 USD. The seller states this 3 owner car has been professionally restored and always maintained very well. According to the iWikipedia the cabriolet was only offered in 1965 and 1966. There were a total of 1,000 examples built by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan. The cabriolet was introduced to the press at the Monza race track on 4 March 1965, and then made its public debut at the March 1965 Geneva Motor Show
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Spotted in Cohasset, Massachusetts is a Ferrari Formula One F93A Front Nose Cone for $3,500 USD. The seller doesnt provide much information. I am curious how he was able to get this piece and would like to verify its authenticity. this is the nose cone for Jean Alesi F93A Formula One car. It has been restored and painted but the decals have not been applied yet.
Price $3,500 USD
Spotted in Rosewell, Georgia is a 1990 Mercedes Benz Unimog FLU419 for $20,000 USD. You dont see very many Unimogs on the road anymore but this one is something I have never seen before. This is a former Military Freightliner. This one has a 17 foot Case Back Ho and International Front End Loader attached. The seller states this is one of his toys and does not use it anymore. It runs and drive and attachments operate properly. This vehicle sold new for $136,000 USD. The selling price seems to be in line with similar offerings in the market.
What do you think of this vehicle?
Spotted in Boston, Massachusetts is a 1990 BMW M3 for $1,500 USD. The seller claims it belonged to a deceased family member. It doesnt run and he just wants it gone. He conveniently has the title in the glove box ready to sign over. The neighborhood kids like the car. LOL This is obviously a scam but just wanted to document it for future reference
Spotted in Los Angeles is 1995 Porsche 993 For Sale for $32,000 USD. This seller has gone on an epic road trip from Los Angeles to Anchorage, Alaska. He is currently en route back to Los Angeles according to his ad. This is 6 speed manual car that was given $3,000 in maintenance services before starting the journey. The car will have approximately 218,000 miles when it arrives back in LA. The seller says he made it all the way to Prudhoe Bay on a very tough road with no real issues. He will be heading back to LA on a easier route through Montana. His pictures of his trip are incredible. This is a once in a lifetime trip.
Would a 993 Carrera 4 be better suited for an Alaskan Road Trip?