This Alfa represents a rare opportunity because it still has it's original paint. In the best combination of Red over Chestnut Brown leather. The car offered here is a southern car with just over 46,000 miles. Don't confuse this car with the run of the mill spiders! This is a collectors dream!
This is a very rare 456 Manual Transmission car with low miles. I use this car for weekend trips and touring. If you are looking for a well serviced 12 cylinder Ferrari with a manual transmission that is priced under $100,000 this may be the car for you. The car we have here has had the all important full valve service which cost nearly $20,000. If you buy a 456 make sure this service has been completed. This is a great example and a blast to drive! Come see it today.
2003 Aston Martin Vantage Coupe. Ultra rare manual transmission with only 22,000 miles. This car presents an opportunity to invest in a V-12 Aston Martin for a very affordable price.
From its debut at Geneva in ‘66, through international stardom via Hollywood, Alfa’s little Duetto Spider became a defining element of the late ‘60s automotive scene. As the decade drew to a close, Alfa went to work perfecting the car and further cemented its legacy as an Italian motoring triumph.
This 1969 Alfa Spider came from long-term ownership in Carmel, California. This is my personal car that I used to tour Pebble Beach this year during auction week.
The car has been mechanically restored through the years and includes all new suspension bushings and shocks. The transmission shifts like a hot knife through butter and the driving experience could not be better. The original SPICA injection system has been replaced by a Weber carburetor that has been well dialed in.
This car has been very well cared for and drives like a new car. Powered by a 4.0 Liter straight six-cylinder engine and automatic transmission. 2 Owners from new and 28 service history records!
Don't buy a vintage Jaguar unless it's been well cared for, this car fits that description. In 2012 this car was judged by the JCNA and scored a 99.91/100! A 1995 Celebration Edition!
This Alfa Romeo Spider was sold new at Sewickley Porsche - Alfa in 1982. The car has remained in the area from new and now shows 34,000 miles. Extensive records included with the car.
Do not confuse this car with the average Alfa Spider as this is collector grade in an exquisite color combination of beige over chocolate interior.
This 1975 Triumph TR6 shows 57k miles and remained with the second owner from the summer of 1977 until it was recently acquired by the selling dealer. Power comes from a 2.5L inline-six coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission, and the car is said to retain its factory emissions air pump. Service records dating back to 1977 are included, and optional Ziebart rust proofing was applied by the original dealer when the car was new. This example is finished in Topaz Orange, a two year only color on the TR6. It is being offered by a dealer with a clean West Virginia title.
The paint is reported to be largely original, with both doors, the panel around the gas filler opening, and a small section around one of the headlights showing evidence of being refinished. The seller notes that there is a dime-sized bubble in the paint on the driver’s door. Ziebart rust proofing was applied by the dealer when new, and the original sticker for the coating is present on the windshield.
The seller claims the top to be original and is in good condition for its age, with photos in the gallery below. Exterior chrome and trim show little to no pitting or fading, and the factory wheels are still present. This car was fitted with the optional trunk luggage rack.
A restoration of the seats was completed in 2017 due to foam and rubber deterioration, and no cracks or splitting are shown on the newer covers. A factory tonneau cover is present in the trunk of the car, as well as the factory steering wheel and shift knob. The odometer shows 57k miles and is believed accurate based on provided records. All gauges are reported to function properly.
Power comes from the factory 2498cc inline-six coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission. The factory emission air pump is still present and the car is said to run well. Extensive service and repair records are present with the car dating back to 1977. Details of some major services are provided below.
The last major service occurred in August of 2012 when the following was completed: Replaced exhaust down pipes and intermediate pipes with stainless, flushed and replaced gearbox fluids, adjusted valves, replaced cap, rotor, points and condenser, tuned carbs, replaced diaphragms, cleaned pistons and dampers, replaced thermostat, clean and flush coolant system. Prior to that, two other major services are noted: a head gasket was replaced in 2010 and the brakes, heater hoses, and more were replaced in 2007. Additionally, fluids were changed in May 2017 in preparation for the sale.
The original owners manual is included in the sale. Originally manufactured in April of 1975 in Topaz Orange, the paint code “84” was a two year option on the TR6, offered only in 1975 and 1976.
1986 Mercedes 560 SL
The 560SL was the culmination in the United States of what Mercedes-Benz internally referred to as the R107 chassis, a model run that lasted for 18 years, beginning in 1972
The 560SL offers ebullet-proof reliability, satisfying power, and aggressive good looks. The 560SL combined all that Mercedes learned about the V-8 R107 chassis cars into a cultural icon that quietly and confidently told the world its occupants had "arrived."
Standard equipment includes driver's side airbag and ABS brakes. The interior of the 560SL includes lovely burlwood accents, improved lateral seatback support, and a power passenger side mirror. The steering wheel ia fixed and seat adjustments are manual.
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