1969 Porsche 911S Coupe – Fully Restored

1969 Porsche 911S Coupe – Fully Restored

It is no secret that vintage Porsches have seen a serious surge in value over the last couple of years. A decent example of the 356 easily fetch nearly six-figures with some restored models eclipsing $200,000. While the 911 has not quite hit those sorts of values for a non-RS model, we have seen enough upward movement over the past year to suggest that a long-hood 911 is not far behind the 356 in today’s market. Whether those trends will continue remains to be seen, but the car featured here is certainly trying to see just how high the bar has been raised. This is a Tangerine 1969 Porsche 911S Coupe located in California. With 190hp coming from the 2.0 liter flat-six engine only forced to propel slightly more than 2200lbs, a 911S remains a spirited performer even by today’s standards. Having been treated to a full restoration, the example here appears impeccable in almost every way.

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Year: 1969
Model: 911S
Engine: 2.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 30,412 mi
Price: $185,000

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Crevier Classic Cars is pleased to offer our 1969 Porsche 911 S Coupe.

1,991cc, 190hp, Bosch mechanical fuel injection, 5-speed manual transmission
Solid and straight original 911S with a completely detailed undercarriage
‘Kardex’, Certificate of Authenticity, original owner’s manual, warranty book, plus toolkit
Highly collectible example

Porsche’s legendary 911 began with initial sketches by Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche in 1959 predicting a larger, more powerful, and more comfortable successor to the long-lived 356. Ferdinand Porsche developed the chassis and body, while his cousin Ferdinand Piech developed its new air-cooled flat-six engine. With a slightly longer wheelbase and clearly paying homage to its successful predecessor, the new Porsche model debuted at Frankfurt in 1963 as the “901”.

1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

I have a funny relationship with convertibles. I own one and love it, but I’m generally not a huge fan of these cars (full disclosure: I long ago tossed the soft top in my car and added a hard top. It hasn’t been removed in years). There are times though where a drive simply isn’t complete without having the top down. Sure, you can have fun on any decent road in any good car, but once you’ve experienced top-down motoring you also begin to understand that there is a heightened level of experience when driving a convertible that cannot be replicated in a car with a roof. Your senses are enlivened and the entire experience is better. All of this is to say, while I may never seek out a convertible again, I get it.

Which brings us to the car featured here, a 1996 Porsche 911 Cabriolet located in California. It’s a Tiptronic, which I’m sure will dull the enthusiasm of some of our readers, but it’s still a gorgeous drop-top with very capable performance.

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Year: 1996
Model: 911 Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 57,741 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

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It is with great trepidation that I am offering my 1996 993 Cabriolet for sale.

This car has had only three owners and has been kept in our family since 1998. This beautifully maintained Cabriolet is, in my opinion, one of the best color combinations Porsche ever produced for the 911. It is Midnight Blue with the matching blue Cabriolet Top and all Gray Interior. This car is a Tiptronic S with factory options that include the 8 way adjustable power leather seats for both the driver and passenger, the Hi Fi Sound Package with a 6 disk CD changer, 18” Hollow Spoke Technology “Turbo Twist” wheels.

2002 BMW M5

2002 BMW M5

There is something particularly appealing about a car that has been driven and still appears well cared for. Many of the cars we feature here at GCFSB are driver’s cars; sometimes they’re performance monsters, while others provide an elegant mix of refinement and sportiness. Regardless, these are cars we think most people would enjoy taking home and driving. With those points in mind, it’s always nice to come across cars for sale whose condition and mileage allow for a buyer to make a decision based strictly on the car and any potential driving pleasure rather than on market value and collector status. We enjoy pristine collector cars as much as anyone else, but passion is instilled by enjoying these cars on the road, not just through their appearance. This all brings me to the car featured here, a 2002 Imola Red BMW M5, located in Missouri. This M5 is no collector car. It’s a driver, yet still looks fantastic in its Imola Red paint. The e39 M5 is a car that begs to be driven and hopefully whomever becomes the new owner of this machine will do just that.

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Year: 2002
Model: M5
Engine: 4.9 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 136,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction (Buy It Now $15,500)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2002 BMW M5 on eBay

Up for sale is my 2002 Imola Red M5. The car is in excellent shape, both mechanical and cosmetic. Recently has a new clutch, front end suspension, power steering lines, BRAND NEW REAR and FRONT bumpers. I just had the entire car detailed and it looks great. Tires are about 3/4 tread and the car drives like new down the highway. Everything works perfectly and there are zero warning lights or issues. Brand new catalytic converters and O2 sensors so that expense is done for 100K miles.

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S

1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S

The 993 needs little introduction from me as its virtues have been extolled throughout these pages. It represents the culmination of 30 years of air-cooled 911 evolution and the car featured here comes from the final year of the model’s production. This 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S, located in Florida, has seen a scant 25,000 miles and as a S model comes with the wider rear of the 993 Turbo that provides an extra bit of sexiness to the 993’s already fantastic shape. A well cared for 993 remains a head turner even to this day especially in S trim. The market has been fairly kind to these cars thus far and as the last of the air-cooled 911s we expect that trend to continue.

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Year: 1998
Model: 911 Carrera S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 25,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction (Buy It Now $89,900)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S on eBay

You are looking at the ultimate collector car. This is a 1998 Porsche 993 C2S coupe in PRSTINE condition with all original Gloss Black paint on Black leather hides.

LISTEN UP COLLECTORS!!! NO PAINTED PANELS ON THIS RARE AND SOUGHT AFTER 993 S!!

This is the last of the air cooled cars and what a find. This is a car that actually appreciates and will be a great investment for the future.

LOADED with options including CD changer, Sunroof, Litronic lights, HI Fi premium sound, Automatic Speed Control, Comfort Seats, Power Seats, Oval chrome exhaust pipes, Metal Door Sill with Insignia, Aluminum Dials, and Aluminum leather/shiftknob, and Turbo Wheels.

I welcome you to take advantage of this rare opportunity as this car will not last.

Call Nick on my cell direct call or text 239 269 7713 call or text

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I’ll just get this out of the way: the Buy It Now price is too high.…

Motorsport Monday: 1974 Porsche 911 RSR IROC Clone Race Car

Motorsport Monday: 1974 Porsche 911 RSR IROC Clone Race Car

40 years ago Roger Penske created the IROC racing series as a means of throwing together a bunch of identical race cars and letting the drivers sort out who’s best. When the series began, the car Penske had chosen was the Porsche 911. 15 Porsches, identical in every way other than color, were built for the series. Based largely off the 3.0 Carrera RS, the IROC 911 used a version of the 3.0 RS engine tuned nearly to RSR-spec (316 hp) and came in with a weight just over 2100 lbs. The body was mostly that of the 3.0 RS, but with a whale tail rather than the RS’s duck tail, and the interior was basically that of the RSR. After their initial first year, Penske chose to switch to Camaros for the IROC series and the IROC 911s were sold off and most were repurposed where possible for another racing series. These cars were featured in the November issue of Excellence magazine and I would encourage anyone interested in any further details to check out the article there. That brings us to the car featured here: a reproduction of those mid-70s IROC 911 racers. This is a fully-sorted vintage racer that utilizes a 3.0 flat-six and was designed to mirror the IROC 3.0 Carrera RS. Given that very few of the original cars remain with us, this car provides a rare chance to at least have a look at a unique point in Porsche racing history.

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Year: 1974
Model: 911 RSR IROC Clone
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: N/A
Price: $43,900

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1974 Porsche 911 RSR IROC Clone Race Car on EBay

1974 PORSCHE RSR IROC CLONE

Professionally restored and maintained by renowned Cox Motorsports. One of the country’s most recognized Porsche builders.

1979 Porsche 911SC Targa

1979 Porsche 911SC Targa

Paul’s recent post on $20K Porsches grabbed my attention a bit and got me thinking. As I was perusing the classifieds I came across this car and thought, “What if Paul’s idea was taken one step further?” Rather than an inexpensive Porsche that’s in good shape and ready to drive, what about going a bit less expensive for a car that needs minor work, though isn’t something we might use for the Heap of the Week? Such is the case with this car, a 1979 Porsche 911 SC Targa located in Miami.

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Year: 1979
Model: 911SC Targa
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 116,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1979 Porsche 911SC Targa on EBay

1979 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA CONVERTIBLE TARGA

BRAND NEW CLUTCH

NO RUST WHATSOEVER!!!

SAT IN STORAGE FOR YEARS!!!

116K MILES!!!

CARRERA 3.0L ENGINE

METALLIC BLUE

BLACK INTERIOR

LOW BUDGET COLLECTABLE!!!

GREAT INVESTMENT!!!

CLEAN TITLE

ALL FACTORY ORIGINAL

NUMBERS MATCHING

COA (ORDERED)

RUNS, DRIVES, SHIFTS, & STOPS AS IT SHOULD

SUSPENSION IS NICE & TIGHT

NO SMOKE!!!

ALL ORIGINAL GLASS IN GREAT CONDITION

ALL MOLDINGS, BADGES, BRIGHTWORK COMPLETE

PAINTED TO MATCH FUCH WHEELS & GOOD TIRES

NOT CONCOURSE BUT A GOOD CLEAN DAILY DRIVER!!!

LOW RESERVE!!!

THE BAD:

NEEDS NEW HEADLINER & TARGA SKIN

PAINT IS OK NOT CONCOURSE

NEEDS A GOOD COMPUND & BUFF JOB

SEATS SHOW WEAR & TEAR… SEAT COVERS NEEDED SOON…

MISSING ONE FOG LIGHT

A/C SYSTEM IS ALL THERE BUT NOT CONNECTED

DOOR SPEAKERS MISSING

PLEASE DO NOT BID IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE FUNDS READY, IT’S NOT FAIR TO TRUE BUYERS WHO ARE WILLING, READY & ABLE TO BUY THIS EXTREMELY RARE, CLASSIC, AIR COOLED, PORSCHE 911, & OF COARSE FOR THE SELLER…

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ANYTIME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, I’M MORE THAN HAPPY TO ASSIST IN ANYWAY I CAN…

786-683-1809

WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYERS EXPENSE

ROTTERDAM FROM $900

JABEL ALI FROM $1,200

JAPAN FROM $2,500

YOU CAN CONTACT BULENT AT 305-573-9900 OF ASI INTERNATIONAL GROUP FOR EXACT SHIPPING QUOTES, OPTIONS & SCHEDULES FROM MIAMI, FLORIDA TO YOUR PORT OF CHOICE…

I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION EARLY, AS CAR IS BEING ADVERTISED LOCALLY…

BID WITH CONFIDENCE!!!

1985 Porsche 911 Carrera

1985 Porsche 911 Carrera

It’s inevitable while perusing car ads. There always a particular car, whether you know it or not, that you’ll come across and say to yourself, “If I was in the market today, I’d be giving this car a long look.” Such is the case with the car featured here, a 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera located in Pennsylvania. Choosing whether to pursue a 911SC or its immediate predecessor the 3.2 Carrera in many ways comes down to what cars are available and your budget. Thanks to its larger displacement engine the 3.2 Carrera is generally perceived to be an improvement upon the 911SC, but whether that improvement balances out the cost difference between the two likely comes down to one’s own preferences. The truth is the two models are very similar, especially now that any example will be approaching 30 years of age. So regardless of preference, it’s difficult to go wrong with a well-sorted example of either model.

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Year: 1985
Model: 911 Carrera
Engine: 3.2 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 51,306 mi
Price: $29,000 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera on eBay

Up for sale is my 1985 911 carrera. It is a blk on blk coupe with full leather int, sport seats and limited slip diff. It has received a high quality repaint sometime in its life. The p.o. added ft. and rear spoilers. I added a cat bypass and a cold air kit from evolution motor sports (and have those parts to replace) along with 7+8 inch real fuchs that are refurbished, new bilstein sport shocks front and rear and new sport comp. bfgs. There is a bit of wear on piping or bead of driver seat and small blem about a 1/4 inch in bottom of seat surface, rest of int.

1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe

1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe

Cars like the one featured here, a 1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe, will not appeal to everyone, but interesting restored examples such as this always have a place here at GCFSB. At nearly 60 years old, this car has had a long life and thanks to some careful ownership still presents very well and provides us a glimpse into the inception of a great marque. The 356 began production in 1948 and the example here comes from the first iteration of the model, prior to the release of the 356A in the second half of 1955. From the factory these cars had a 1.3 liter flat-4 producing 50 hp mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. This car has had its engine rebuilt with a big bore kit upping displacement to 1.7 liters, which should provide a small bump in torque and horsepower to help propel the car along. Overall, this is a beautiful example of a very highly regarded vintage Porsche that would surely grab the attention of any Porsche enthusiast.

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Year: 1955
Model: 356 Pre-A Coupe
Engine: 1.3 liter flat-4 (rebuilt to 1720 cc with big bore kit)
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 132,000 mi
Price: Auction (reserve met)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe on EBay

1955 Porsche 356 1300 Normal Reutter Coupe
VIN / Chassis Number: 53950
A great-driving 356
Fully sorted
Big Bore Kit
Skirmants transmission
Absolutely rust-free, extra clean and never smoked in since restoration

Turkish Red (Porsche Code 5402 / Reutter Code 538) with Yellow Leatherette (B) interior

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Production year: 1955
Type: Pre-A
Style: coupe
Coachbuilder: Reutter
History of this 356
· Four known owners
· Originally delivered to U.S.

1978 Porsche 911SC

1978 Porsche 911SC

There is something about the design of the 911SC, and in a similar vein the later 3.2 Carrera, that always draws me in. Porsche’s reworking of the 911’s iconic shape beginning with the 964 has its own appeal, but I remain more drawn to the earlier model’s lines and, I’ll admit, I have always loved the whale tail. Where some find it discordant with the curve of the 911’s rear, I find that it provides balance to the overall shape front to rear. The 911SC was also the model that insured Porsche would continue to refine and evolve this quirky sports car to be enjoyed by enthusiasts for decades to come; in sum, it cemented the legacy. Today’s car takes us back to the inception of the model: a 1978 Porsche 911SC located in Missouri, which has seen around 119,000 miles. At introduction these cars utilized a 3.0 liter flat-6 mated to the 5-speed 915 transmission to drive 180 hp to the rear wheels. Acceleration would be considered modest by today’s standards, but when propelling less than 2600lbs it’s certainly sufficient to provide a good deal of motoring enjoyment.

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Year: 1978
Model: 911SC
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 118,757 mi
Price: No reserve auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1978 Porsche 911SC on eBay

1978 PORSCHE 911SC 2 DOOR COUPE CLASSIC WITH 119XXX MILES 0-62 in 7 seconds This car is in my opinion is about 85% perfect, it needs new seal’s on the doors, trunk, hood, and sunroof. It is in need of a little paint work, needs a new head liner, sunroof needs re alined. I have this car registered as a Historical Car, as you can see from the pictures this is an amazing car, starts, rides, and drives as good as it did when it was brand new.

1988 BMW M5

1988 BMW M5

We’ve seen quite a few examples of the e28 M5 come across EBay lately, which primarily seems an attempt by those sellers to test the market and see how high the e30 M3 has pushed up prices. So there isn’t a ton left to be said about these cars. Many of those we’ve featured have failed to sell, but that problem should not arise for the present example: a 1988 BMW M5 with 108,399 miles located in Houston. The seller has put this car up with no reserve so at the very least this will provide us a glimpse onto the current market. Even 25 years on, the e28 M5 is still a fantastic looking car with sleek lines emphasized by just a touch of aggression.

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Year: 1988
Model: M5
Engine: 3.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 108,399 mi
Price: Auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1988 BMW M5 on EBay

Greetings folks,

Up for grabs is a well maintained rust free example of a beauful classic. Of the 1200 or so imported, roughly 500 are known to be in good shape. This has been a 2 owner car and has been religiously serviced by both of us. The first owner was an elderly gentleman who had it till he could no longer drive it. Garaged most of its life.

This car has been maintained to preserve its originality. I have most maintenance records since birth till its most recent service. The elderly original owner was an enthusiast, trading in his 1983 533i for this M5 in November 1988 for $48.9k. I have copies of the original bill of sale and all books.

My first intro to M-powered BMWs was an e30 M3 that I purchased 15 years ago. Since then, the addiction has worsened. I get goose bumps everytime I get in this car.

2001 Porsche 911 Turbo

2001 Porsche 911 Turbo

I have been a bit remiss in failing to ever feature any interesting examples of the 996. The model in general tends to be unbeloved by Porsche enthusiasts for reasons that are clear to just about everyone: the design, especially at the front, isn’t strong and as the first model to switch from the 911’s traditional air-cooled engine to the now standard water-cooled engine, the 996 was scorned. That lack of love, however, brings with it one excellent feature: value. A well-performing 996 can at times be had at a significant discount relative to its classical brethren, such as the car featured here. Here we have a 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo located in Atlanta that has seen just shy of 32,000 miles and comes in the always excellent shade for any fast Porsche, Speed Yellow. With 420 hp being delivered to all four wheels the 996 Turbo is a very quick car that will easily outperform most of its predecessors.

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Year: 2001
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbo flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 31,965 mi
Price: $45,981

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo on eBay

2001 Porsche Turbo 31K LOW MILES Clean Carfax Certified Manual 6 Speed
(404)-230-1984

2001 PORSCHE 911 TURBO COUPE

CLEAN CARFAX CERTIFIED

FRESH SERVICE

SPEED YELLOW OVER BLACK LEATHER

6 SPEED MANUAL

SPEED YELLOW SEAT BELTS

ONLY 31K MILES

2 KEYS & BOOKS

NO CHIPS OR SCRATCHES

VERY RARE CAR

CALL US TODAY WITH ANY QUESTIONS

404-230-1984

7 DAYS A WEEK 9AM -9PM

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With a Buy It Now of $45,981 this car can be had at a pretty reasonable cost. That’s similar money to what we’ve seen a few 930s sell for and it’s significantly less than the price of a 1989 930 and the 993 Turbo. And that’s what makes the 996 appealing.…

Supercharged 1993 Porsche 928 GTS – No Reserve

Supercharged 1993 Porsche 928 GTS – No Reserve

Here’s something we don’t come across every day: a 1993 Porsche 928 GTS with a Vortech supercharger capable of producing 600+ hp. Tuned Porsches are not uncommon, nor is it uncommon to come across base model cars that have been modded to mimic their much more powerful production rivals. In almost every case, however, those cars possess an equal amount of ‘show’ to go along with their ‘go’. Some of the tuner cars are downright wild! This 928 GTS, on the other hand, is almost boring. From the outside, it looks like any other stock Grand Prix White 928 with a stout 345 hp coming from its 5.4 liter V8. Open the hood and the potential of this car is revealed. With a supercharged built motor, the seller claims 450+ hp at a fairly easy going 5.5 psi and over 600 hp if we crank it up to 11. It’s difficult for any Porsche to truly qualify as a sleeper but if there ever was one, then a car like this would probably be it.

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Year: 1993
Model: 928 GTS
Engine: Supercharged 5.4 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 85,446 mi
Price: Auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Supercharged 1993 Porsche 928 GTS on EBay

Likely the fastest street driven 928 GTS in the world, listed for $1 NO RESERVE!!

Email or call Alan with questions or offers 602-997-6778

You are bidding on a 1993 Porsche 928GTS Supercharged, 1 of 3 grand prix white automatics built in 1993.. Carfax certified, no accidents, no rust, dry climate car.. 85k on body, 15,000 miles on fully built motor with Vortech T-Trim supercharger running at 5.5 psi 450+ rwhp.. at 11 psi car makes 600+ rwhp.. built by Devek Porsche out of California, $37,000 for engine build alone.. rebuilt automatic transaxle and torque tube..

2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Let’s get back to featuring Porsche performance rather than beauty. We’ve shown recently a few examples of track-focused cars, either those with extensive work from tuners or fully stripped and prepped track machines built by individual enthusiasts. Each category brings with it its own appeal. Here we’ll feature Porsche’s own example of such a car: a 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS in what has always been my favorite color combination that Porsche offered, Black on Orange. At this point it’s fairly well known that Porsche no longer plans to offer the GT3 RS with 3 pedals, but rather all will come standard with PDK. I understand the reasoning behind their decision even if I don’t necessarily like it. What that means for us then is that the 997 GT3 RS will be the last of the breed to be offered with a 6-speed manual. For any buyers looking to row their own gears, choices won’t get too much more modern than the car we see here. While this car isn’t from the final evolution of the 997, with 415 hp from its 3.6 liter flat-6 it’s no slouch either.

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Year: 2007
Model: 911 GT3 RS
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 9,570 mi
Price: Auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS on eBay

2007 Porsche GT3 RS. Black with Orange, all original car with only 9570 Miles. Original Sticker for car was $151,330. Clean Car fax with Porsche Letter of Authenticity.

Car is in Like New condition, with options detailed below and current pictures

https://www.dropbox.com/sc/kd82bazty6b3sxh/2iVinqlRbO?n=229681151

This is your chance to own a collectors dream!

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Bidding on this car is currently at $110,100 with 7 days left to go. With no reserve on we will definitely see a sale and at the very least I’ll have my eye on this one to get a sense of the market for a 997 GT3 RS.…

2002 BMW M5

2002 BMW M5

There’s always something really appealing to me about a Black E39 M5. In black I find these cars to be a bit more of a sleeper. The dark color provides a nice fit for its subtly aggressive styling, which masks the visual cues that make known the fantastic power lying just under the driver’s right foot. To the uninitiated it looks like any other 5-series sedan, but those who know which details to notice will understand immediately that this is not a car to take lightly. Here we have a Black on Black 2002 BMW M5 located in New Jersey that has seen a scant 21,000 miles. Prices on the E39 have begun to rise so a low-mileage, well-maintained example such as this one may have a decent shot of appreciating. We’ve certainly seen the insanity that surrounds the E30 M3 and given the pedigree of the E39 M5 the coming years may see a similar trajectory for those cars.

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Year: 2002
Model: M5
Engine: 4.9 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 21,079 mi
Price: $36,500

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2002 BMW M5 on eBay

***WOW!!!! ONLY 21OOO ONE OWNER MILES**, CLEAN CAR FAX NO ACCIDENTS, INCLUDES WARRANTY, RECENT TRADE, and SERVICE RECORDS AVAILABLE. 6 speed! Want to stretch your purchasing power? Well take a look at this terrific-looking 2002 BMW M5. Available with two sets of rims and tires. This outstanding M5 is the car with everything you’d expect from BMW, and THEN some.

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1964 Porsche 356C

1964 Porsche 356C

This post will not be about performance nor about driving excitement, rather it will be about beauty. While we primarily derive our enjoyment of any car from its mechanical abilities, we would be remiss if we ignored our other senses. A car that is quiet will always lack something in driving excitement relative to a car with a fantastic exhaust note. With many vintage cars it is precisely the fantastic noises that make up for their relative lack of performance compared with any modern machine. The same can be said for a car’s appearance. We’re all familiar with the wild beauty of a Lambo or a Zonda, but with a vintage car such as this 1964 Porsche 356C that beauty comes not through it garishness but through the grace of its curves and the perfect mix of polished chrome. It’s the attention to minor details that allows us to stand back and simply stare. A 356C won’t be fast; it won’t stay glued to the road through high-speed switchbacks. But it will still allow for a degree of driving bliss that many modern machines cannot match. The example here is a fantastic combination of Bali Blue over a Saddle leatherette interior that’s clearly been shown great care over the course of its life.

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Year: 1964
Model: 356C
Engine: 1.6 liter flat-4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 77,395 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1964 Porsche 356C on eBay

Offered for sale is an exceptionally solid, strong running and beautiful 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe finished in Bali Blue over a tan interior. Always a Southern California car, it has been garaged and cared for throughout its life and consequently has a solid and largely original undercarriage, with the exception of the battery box, which has been replaced.