Clean Carfax - MSRP $ 83,220.00 SPORTS PACKAGE Sports pedals Multicontour front seats Requires:  Wood/Leather Sport Steering Wheel LIGHTING PACKAGE Headlight control and active headlights fog light function Cornering lights/curb illumination Adaptive Highbeam Assist PREMIUM PACKAGE Internal HD navigation system with 3D and voice Internal HD : 80.00 GB storage MP3 player Fourteen harman/kardon upgraded speakers surround sound LOGIC7 Surround-Sound System with Dolby Digital 5.1, Gracenote Media Database SiriusXM Radio with 6-mth All Access, SiriusXM Traffic and Weather with 3 Years of Service Audio system satellite radio, internet radio and COMAND Voice activating system for radio, phone and navigation system PARKING ASSIST PACKAGE 360 degree parking camera PARKTRONIC front cam&radar parking distance sensors, PARKTRONIC rear cam&radar parking distance sensors, side cam&radar parking distance sensors Requires: [P01] Premium Package Active Blind Spot Assist overtaking sensor DRIVERS ASSISTANCE PACKAGE Lane departure warning activates brakes and activates steering Adaptive cruise control stop & go function and DISTRONIC PLUS PRE-SAFE PLUS collision warning systemfeatures: seat belt activation, brake assist, pedestrian avoidance system and visual/acoustic warning Brake assist with preview Active Lane Keeping Assist, PRE-SAFE Brake with Pedestrian Recognition, BAS PLUS with Cross-Traffic Alert Front cross-traffic alert Includes:  Lane Tracking Package LANE TRACKING PACKAGE Blind Spot Assist overtaking sensor Lane departure warning Lane Keeping Assist This car was ceramic wrapped for the upmost in protection. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Contact Suzanne for a Zoom showing or a test drive three-zero-two five four five three four eight nine.
Clean Carfax on this 2011 beautiful Mercedes CLS550, automatic transmission, air conditioning, heated seats ,Bose sound system, sunroof. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please contact Suzanne for a zoom showing or a test drive three-zero-two five-four-five-three-four-eight-nine
Large 4 Door Crew Cab - great for donkey carrying! PA Inspected until 4/2020- Air Conditioning, Wide tow mirrors - Trailer Hitch and wiring for live Audio/Video for livestock and horses- Posi Rear- Limited Slip. Automatic Transmission and 4 wheel drive. Side Step Rails. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
This beautiful 2005 Porsche Carrera 911s has it Tiptronic s transmission it has 125,000 miles on it but two thousand miles ago the engine was completely rebuilt and redone. The car is GT silver metallic it also has Black full leather it also has power seats and heated front seats you'll see the 19-inch classic Wheels and there's also a Bose high-end sound package and also CD. Kupe is highly desirable and selling at a very nice price. It is at Bavarian Motorsport on Kenneth Square please contact Suzanne for a zoom appointment or to test drive Three-zero-two-five-four-five-threezfour-eight-nine.
"Rodney the Roadster" is a One-Owner 1992 Mazda Miata purchased from a New Jersey Dealership New Years Day 1992. It is in all original condition, with an odometer reading 88,235 miles. This garage-kept car is rust free and has the optional hardtop. In addition to the wood trim, headrest speakers have been added. The interior is in excellent condition, because the seats have been protected with seat covers. Serviced on a regular basis with a early service preventive maintenance of the full 120,000 miles service, including new timing belt and water pump, was completed at 85,500 miles. A 5- speed manual transmission has the original clutch , having been driven by owners that know and love to drive. The power is delivered by the 1.6 liter, 4 cylinder 116 hsp engine and the engine sound smooth and strong. See video. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Contact Suzanne for a Zoom showing or a test drive three-zero-two five four five three four eight nine.
Wow, where can you find a convertible RX7? Mazda's iconic rotary-engine sports car - the RX-7 of is prized among rotary engine enthusiasts for its performance potential and features. After seven-years in it's first body, Mazda RX-7's new design imitated the popular Porsche 944, but it carried the best technology Mazda had. The new shape offered a drag coefficient of just .31! RX-7 offered true independent rear suspension with 4 wheel disc brakes. 13B Rotary power had increased to 160hp in this RX7 with the optional five-speed manual transmission . In 1988, Mazda added the first convertible RX-7, which is also the most handsome RX-7 of this era. All convertibles came with the non-turbo engine and a five-speed manual transmission. Most second generation Mazda RX-7 collectors tent to seek out convertible models. The second generation Mazda RX-7 is one of the least expensive rotary engine sports car on the market today, We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
Great Do-It- Yourselfer! This Mercedes classic body style is built for almost 20 years with 1989 marking the end of its production. As a 1989 Mercedes it is coveted for this status. This is a great car for someone with some enthusiasm for sweat equity and a penchance for an investment growth. Car came from Nevada but though it has the frame needs the soft top ( in the trunk) installed. Upgraded stereo system. Automatic transmission. Concourse sell for up to $60,000. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
1985 BMW K100R5 "What are we going to do?", said the engineers at the BMW motorcycle division. The year was 1979 and sales and market share of the R100S were dropping dramatically. Blame it on Honda - the introduction of the CB750-4 in 1969 created a revolution in the motorcycle world that is still felt today. This affordable bike featured a vertical four cylinder, overhead valve engine that was smooth, powerful, and reliable. Yes indeed, the Japanese bikes had grown up. The "boxer twin" engine design that had powered the BMW line for many years became instantly obsolete. Instead of relying on customer loyalty to an outdated engine design (sorry Harley fans), BMW decided to compete in this new era focused on power, speed, and handling. What emerged in 1983 was a liquid cooled, horizontal, overhead valve, four cylinder powerplant that became known affectionately as the "Flying Brick". At 984 cc and 90 horsepower, it was to date the largest displacement and most powerful motor BMW had ever produced yet it still retained the smoothness and quality of manufacturing that the brand was famous for. Loyalists were slow to embrace this new direction that BMW was taking, but sales soon soared and the K100 line remains one of the most popular bikes BMW ever made. An added bonus was that this bike proved to be very reliable and required far less "tinkering" than the older bikes. The K100LT was a comfortable touring model capable of long range, problem free excursions. The Ki line that followed in 1993 carried on the legacy of quality engineering and manufacturing that BMW is known for to this day. At Bavarian Motorsport, we are offering a rare find - a 1985 K100RS showing only 4,019 miles. The sport fairing, fuel tank, and body panels are finished in Madison Silver Metallic and an optional tank bag is included. Please contact Suzanne 610-444-2222 We welcome car trades!
Do-It-Yourselfer Jaguar XJ6 Series III sedan. Clean Carfax. Automatic- low miles- Sunroof. We welcome trades. We welcome trades . Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
1979 Alfa Romeo Spider VeloceIt is always difficult to price a special car like this-a 1979 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce. I'm looking at comparables from 2014 with nothing sold since 2018!. Youd think with Covid 19 the price of these collectible classics would be plummeting! But that is not the case and as one of my collector commented This is a buyers market. But finding a rare car in this condition means the sellers have the upper hand.As an advisor to my sellers, I state (be ever so emotional) that this car will never be built again. It can be modified to an electric maybe. But it will never be quite like this. I get so excited when a young person (in my case anyone under 40) gets excited about a car as complicatedly simple as this.Because of my lack of funds in college, Italian cars were unthinkable. See advice below for Italian car owners. But it doesn't mean that I was always turning my head when something red and exotic flashed by. My generation will be among the last to have grown- up with the thrill, not just of driving free from adult repression and cell phone ringing, but just that pure sense of joy. That special joy that happens when you are out on the open road with a very cool car with the top down and the wind in your hair. It didn't matter that it was only 35 degrees out or snow was coming down. It was the challenge! Oh yestry driving north Philly without a clutch or no wipers in a monsoon on Route 80 in NJ. This generation will never know what it is like! Rescue for them is only a cell phone button away. This 2 door- 2 seater convertible does not appear to have the problematic rust see ugly photos. The engine was a 4-cyl. 1962cc/111hp Spica Mechanical Fuel Injection. the standard Spider Veloce model, with a 2.0L (1,962 cc) DOHC 2 valves ( VVT) per cylinder 4 -cylinder engine made of Aluminum Alloy. This red with black interior has 74,058 miles on the odometer with a 4 speed manual transmission with the ubiquitous grind in each gear. The optional hardtop is in excellent condition. This car needs a tuneup and minor repairs see LAW #2 below. But most of all this car needs someone to love the challenge of bringing it back to its original course.History of the 1970-1982 Alfa Romeo Spider The 1950s vintage Alfa Romeo Giulietta and Giulia series of coupes and convertibles seemed like they could conceivably go on forever. Even as late as 1965, Road & Track was still singing the praises of the 1600cc Giulia Spider Veloce. Nevertheless, for the 1966 model year, Alfa began selling its replacement, named the Duetto, via a contest that Alfa ran with the Italian public. It was the last project in which Batista Pininfarina was personally involved. And while widely viewed as classic design today, it was met with some controversy when new. Power was initially from the familiar Alfa 1600cc twin-cam engine that powered the last Giulias. Emission laws affected Alfa particularly hard and 1968 was a lost year in the U.S. The car returned for 1969 with a 1750cc engine and SPICA mechanical fuel injection. 1970 was another lost year and 1971 saw the car return with its lovely boat tail chopped off. The so-called Kamm-tail spider continued on basically unchanged (save for bigger bumpers and a 250cc boost in displacement) until 1982 when electronic injection was introduced and in 1983 styling was freshened slightly. Interior changes were about it until 1991 when the final (and quite successful) cleanup of the design took place prior to its discontinuation in 1994. All Spiders are brisk performers with sub-10 second 0-60 times and stellar convertible tops. Parts are readily available and while they are more complex and dont tolerate fools with tools as readily as an MGB, they are more rewarding to drive. Hagerty The Alfa Romeo Badge has some conflicting discussion about its origins. Look closely, you will see a serpent eating a man? A child? The most interesting legend states that in Lake Gerundo, very near Milan, an enormous snake live
Driving this 1976 TR6 is like a blast from the past. But my clique were members of the MGB club. I always wanted a Triumph or the Austin Healey. They always seemed out-of-reach, whether it was the Spitfire or the TR6. Yes, I became of age in the 70s and what incredible cars we had to drive back then. Between the Porsches, the Fiats,the Alphas, the English cars attracted us baby boomers. Their NonTeutonic and just plain fun factor gave myself and my peers the incredible opportunity of really driving! We were never being distracted by text messages, phone messages ,navigation gibberish, satellite radio and cup holders. No, all we could do, was drive. Experience driving. Experience shifting into gear and to feel the clutch, to move from 1st gear, to 2nd gear then to 3rd ...or not. To really feel the handling how these British cars hug the road as your ass is practically dragging on it! Serial number CF55486UO- The brakes feel good- front disc rear drums .You really got to know your car, especially the brakes . Back then, one needed to how to know to pulse the brakes if you had to come to a hard stop... there was no such thing as ABS . Or you may need to downshift with that transmission if you didn't have any brakes LOL. So taking this 1976 Inca yellow , (one of the 3 yellows made that year for the TR6), was a trip back to my car roots. The car was repainted in 2010 its original color as the code 94 states on the commission plate on the driver's door . The black interior vinyl is in very good condition, no rips or tears. The manual 4-speed transmission has the optional overdrive which I was too chicken to try out . This car shifts the way you imagined it should shift. The clutch feels great, the handling is responsive, though there is no power steering. You can get a upper arm work-out in the parking lot . Because the carbs were recently adjusted ,this car just purrs along (please watch the video). A compression test yields it's in good condition for engine #CF45895UE showing only 32,468 miles. Cylinder 1 through 3 -150 psi, cylinder 4- 135, 5- 1:40. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 and #12 with the National LS6 Registry! This is the real deal! This is the Holy Grail of muscle cars representing American Ingenuity. The original build sheet and matching engine number only confirms the rarity of this car. It is NOT a tribute car, NOT a replica , NOT a recreation nor is it modified. THIS IS THE REAL DEAL. My research has taught me that this is one of the rarest and most sought after muscle cars ever built. Back in the day when you needed high octane leaded fuel and didn't matter that it only cost $0.35 a gallon because at 8 mpg it just sucked it down. This monster is a coupe and has no sunroof. But it does have this really cool Cowl Induction flap that gulps in the air. The oil has to be at operating temperature before you can get an accurate oil pressure reading on the optional oil pressure gauge. Here are the details.. Hot Rod magazine May 1970 THE EARTH MOVER The Chevelle muscle car is epitome of parts- gathering from existing bins for adapt-ability to something that can and will perform. (The last in the line of supercar products by Chevrolet may well be this one: a 454- cubic- inch, 460- horsepower, V8 driven SS Malibu. )It could be the last because, even though buyers might still be available after 1971, strict legislation concerning emissions outputs, coupled with climbing insurance rates, will render this car or this type of car- worthless. We savored every moment of this car, for the memory may have to last a long time. I hope this experience can be related well enough for all of us to enjoy. This particular Malibu is a hard one to trace through normal specification sheets and pricing literature. In a sense, it doesn't exist. Chevrolet doesn't emphasize that an LS6454- cubic- inch V8 option is available in anything other than a Corvette. But Chevelles can have it too, along with a cowl induction hood. $147.75,4.10:1 rear axle $25.30, SS Package$503., LS6 $263. 1970 Chevelle 454 Vin #136370A154765 VEHICLE... Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe SS 454 PRICE NEW Base, $ 280. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe You learn in art class that the color black is the absence of light or color. In the case of this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette, Black IS the color! (900) Tuxedo Black outside and (ZQ4) black vinyl inside, a color combination that had less than 1000 produced the year 1969. This is 4 wheels of intimidation and an iconic classic sports car. Back in 1969, I was a child living on the east side of Detroit a few blocks from the Detroit River. I wasn't afraid of the sound of the race boats racing around Belle Isle, nor was I afraid of the firework display on the 4th of July at Cobo Hall. But I was definitely fearful of the sound of the rumble of the muscle cars coming down the street. It was a game my sister and I used to play. We'd hear that rumble from a few blocks away, freeze in our tracks,and as this 4 wheeled monster got close, we'd race to the back of the house! (a former bootleggers house I might add) We would hide, because if that car saw you( it had eyes), you would turn to stone or some other imaginary fearful thing we've dreamed up. I can honestly say I never saw the muscle cars coming in front of the house, because I was hiding in the back of the house from them. So how cool is it now that I get to represent this wonderful pristine Corvette.This 1969 Corvette Stingray Coupe is not a big block. Its a healthy 350cu and 300hp L48 V8 Technical Stuff- HP@ RPM 300 @ 4800, Torque @ RPM380 @ 3200, Compression Ratio 10.25:1,Bore & Stroke 4.00 x 3.48, Cylinder Block-Cast Iron,Main Bearings 5 Valve Lifters-Hydraulic Carburetion-4bbl RochesterIntake Manifold-Cast Alloy IronOil Capacity- 5qts w/filter,Exhaust-Dual 2.0". Options - Air Conditioning was a $428 option. This was upgraded to 134A -But it is not working. Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission and Power Steering are options. Sale also includes 4 still in the wrapper (except one serving as the spare) wheels and tires. The Independent rear suspension, different from a lot of muscle cars of the day and Wishbone suspension is all very clean in this 69. There is no rust to be seen on this car. The 4-wheel disc brakes on it are a large 10 inch rotors. My husband had a 1971 Corvette convertible, a very similar car to this one. And as is in this car, the dual exhaust goes right through the crossmember frame. Whether you're a passenger or the driver you get a lot of heat off of that. The small block is less heat, but he also liked the small block for its weight distribution between the front and the rear. When a car is well-balanced such as this car was back in 1969(or in 1971 in my husband's case) it just makes it a much more fun to drive. The car is much more manageable and much better handling. Plus, it is much easier to work on than the big-block and not as crammed in the engine compartment. A National Corvette Restoration Society (NCRS) judge told the current owner-"Buy this car" upon looking at it. The current owner has owned it for 14 years . It was restored prior to his ownership in North Carolina. He has been meticulous on maintenance and only a job transfer makes this car available. Outside of the age, there are only a couple things . The radio antennae is in the trunk and the brand new washer bag needs to be installed.It has an aftermarket Offenhauser performance intake manifold for extra power. There is a ding in the front hood where some one forgot to screw in the wing nut on the carburetor and shut the hood on it. It appears all the vacuum operated stuff works- turn signals- wiper door opens. Corvette took vacuum operation off the carburetor to operate the vents for heat, and headlights and the washer wiper door. 1969 was the only year that the rear window comes out. Remove the T-tops and you practically have a convertible! We welcome trades and can arrange financing. This magnificient car can be viewed by appointment. Call Suzanne for a Zoom Showing or test drive. Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-NineSent
Nostradamus said in 1548. "From Albion's shore shall come a marvelous conveyance, a carriage silincieux bearing the arms of Rolles De Roi." Albion (Ancient Greek) is the oldest known name of the island of Great Britain and from its shores come this beautiful Rolls Royce - hand built. The chrome Hood figurine-Spirit of Ecstasy- derived from the Grande Corniche, the touring road high above the Mediterranean between Nice and Monte Carlo leads this stunning chrome grille made entirely by hand and eye - no measuring instruments are used. Garnet Red with Cream Connolly Leather, this Silver Shadow's unibody construction is powered by an engine that is completely hand built even today. Only 77,850 miles are on the 6,750-cc, Bosch fuel-injected OHV V-8 172 hp. The self-leveling suspension was based on the Citroen hydraulic system and the Silver Shadow employed power disc brakes. Reminding me of the 1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6 we also have for sale, the Shadow GM-sourced Turbohydramatic 400 Automatic Transmission gearbox, (except on pre-1970 RHD models), which used the same 4-speed automatic gearbox as the Silver Cloud (also sourced from General Motors). The Silver Shadow was produced between 1965 1977. Only 16,717 examples of the 1969 Silver Shadow were produced. Rolls Royce Silver Shadow- Silence is Golden. The transcript on the 1969 flyer from Rolls Royce says it all! A Rolls-Royce Never Becomes a Used Car. It becomes a Classic. In a Rolls-Royce you'll enjoy one of the great satisfactions left in a world of mediocrity and mass production. You'll be the owner of a rare automobile which ages like the great Bordeaux wines, becoming with proper care even more valuable than on the day you bought it. And as you glide through mundane traffic to your special destination, you will be discreetly but firmly stating your position in the world. Is a Rolls-Royce different or merely expensive? Cars perhaps do not have philosophies, but their manufacturers do. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
THE WRIGHT STUFFUnlike the "only original once" 69 E-Type Roadster we sold for Fred Wright, this would be a Resto-Mod. But Fred, 15 years technical advisor for the Phila MG Club, is still meticulous ,thorough and made it better than the original! This 1968 MGC Roadster with clear title as 1969, is offered for sale. British Motor Industry Heritage Trust indicates Date(s) built 28 August - 22 November 1968, Dispatched 20 Dec1968. 2 wipers, no side reflectors and low seats (no 1969 unique headrests). This car was (still is) supplied in gloss black with red seats with black piping. It was originally built/supplied with bolt on steel wheels and automatic transmission. One of 947 exports to US with automatic transmission between 1968 and 1969. With no cutting, alterations or modifications required, this car is now equipped with a completely rebuilt MGC OD manual transmission with the proper rebuilt 3.7:1 differential. As noted in the photo gallery, other modifications have been made to this car but none have been made that required any modifications to the original structure as built by Abington which, BTW is, for the most part, all of the original sheet metal on this car. The lower part of the fenders (factory seem down) were replaced while refreshing the rocker with factory panels, not rusted but thin in spots, as where the dog legs. Otherwise, the bonnet, doors, wings and boot lid are all original to this very car. Engine - original to the car and has been completely rebuilt with overbore of 0.030 or 0.040. All new bearing, chain and seals. The connecting rods have been lightened a little (square lumps ground down) and a reground fast road cam installed. Chrome molly push rods from Smiths Brothers are installed along with 1.5:1 ratio roller rockers. Too bad they (the roller rockers from Good Parts) are covered IMO! The flywheel was lightened about 8 pounds too. Jet Hot coated six branch headers, tri-carbs, possibly original Downton (from Doug Smith), that were also Jet Hot coated, with 3 rebuilt HD6 carbs, stub stacks and K&N filters. Fuel is supplied by an electronic SU fuel pump. The custom made (Meineke) exhaust exits the cars in front of the left front wheel. (see photo gallery). The distributor was rebuilt and recurved by Jeff at Advance Distributor based on the engine modifications and upgrades. Jeff also installed the pick-up for the Crane electronic ignition. The module lives in the passenger side foot well. Ive also installed a hi-torque smaller/lighter starter and a 13-inch flex fan. Again, no modifications necessary via custom made bolt on adapter. Lucas Sports coil, Accel Yellow Jack spark plugs and red rotor (from Jeff too). Stainless steel oil cooler lines and stainless-steel oil pressure line to manual oil pressure gauge. Brakes boosters sleeved by Apple Hydraulics and rebuilt with black powder coated shells. Stainless steel lines throughout from Classic Tube. Stainless steel flex lines on front and rear. Rotors are cross drilled. Disc brake pads are EBC Green Stuff. Wheels & Suspension NOS Cosmic 15 X 5 plus 2 extra wheels. One in boot as spare. Superflex everywhere, front and rear. I believe there is one piece of rubber left on each side, that was replaced with new, because Superflex was not available at the time of rebuild. New or rebuilt adjustable Konis in all four corners. Upgraded/larger front sway bar and Quick ratio rack and pinion (from Doug Smith). Dash manual capillary gauges: vacuum, oil pressure, water temperature and speedometer, all full face in original dash. Original tachometer slightly modified for electronic ignition. Fuel and volt gauge (Smith) with hooded needle and clock live in the period correct AMCO console. Other changes made along the ways include . . Interior and exterior finishing . . . .new black carpet set. Seats are later model MGB modified to be lowered as were MGC seats. Seats were custom leather upholstered to mimic original seat but now have latching rears and recliners not available on 1968 seats. Black door panels, with red piping, were used in the car as the red door panels were not of the same red and seemed to clash with the seats already made. Possible bad planning on my part but I think it looks good as is. I also added later model MGB door pulls/arm rests to the doors instead of the plastic door pulls available in 1968. Shifter has been shortened about 3 inches and AMCO leather shift knob installed. Black shifter surround used with black hex-head countersunk screws securing surround. Black NARDI leather steering wheel with black spokes. Lucas H4 headlights with parking lights with colour keyed headlight rims. Lucas back-mount driving lights on modified front bumper brackets and modified front bumper. Euro taillight lens. Pre 1968 interior rear-view mirror. New grill surround and badge bar with heritage stainless steel insert. Black folding hood frame from later model MGB with MG Club black hood with contrasting red piping and zip out rear window.Lots and lots and lots and . . . . . . . original parts included with sale of car include: 1968 red rubber floor mats in very good condition(4 pieces), leather wrapped steering wheel (good condition), gray folding frame, automatic transmission, shifter and rear axle (same as used in factory MGB-GT V8 cars) exhaust manifolds (front and rear), twin 1 3/4 HS 6 carbs, air cleaner, carb fan, front sway bar, rack and pinion steering, starter, radiator fan and spacer, 1 original steel wheel and hub caps, rocker arm assembly, push rods . . . . . ask and I will tell you if I still have it. Please contact Suzanne for an appointment or a Zoom showing three-zero-two five four five three four eight nine.
1957 Porsche Speedster Replicar (1972 VW Beetle)My husband just doesn't get it! But then again, he claims he never bought his MGA or his Corvettes to attract the opposite sex. They were just cool cars! So He says. This is the coolest of the cool and coveted by the most discernible collector. In the 1970s Automobili Intermeccanica in Santa Ana, California was the largest manufacturer of Speedster Kits. In 1979, sold the Speedster project to Classic Motor Carriages in Miami, Florida. Thus CMC became the largest Speedster replica manufacturer, selling several hundred before coming to a close in 1994. This company used molds for the fiberglass body which is on a 1972 Beetle frame. The 1915cc engine with dual carbs in this Speedster Red with black interior, offers approximately 150hp- faster than the $450,000 original! The reliable and inexpensive VW Drivetrain has a 4-speed transmission with a heavy duty clutch and a larger oil cooler. Approximately 2000 miles are on this engine- not for certain since the odometer is not working. Thats ok .the fun factor still exist owned by the current owner since 1988 and serviced regularly. Service records, side curtains (one is cracked), extra hubcaps and tonneau cover included in the ENJOY THE RIDE price of $29,000. The original is now $300,000 to $500,000. Replicas allow us lay people to enjoy a classic without the risk. We welcome trades and can arrange financing. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.
2 Horse power. Austro-Hungarian? Sleigh Pre-Russian Revolution Seller purchase from dealer in San Francisco in 1991. Moved across country to in 1997. Son of antique dealer said his father had purchased it out of a Russian warehouse. We welcome auto trades. Please make an appointment to see or text Suzanne for a Zoom showing at Three-Zero-Two-Five-Four-Five-Three-Four-Eight-Nine.