Shining Mk1 VW GTI for sale

I’ve been so obsessively wrapped in my E28 search recently that I feel the need to step back and simplify a bit. Few cars sport simplicity as well as the Guigiaro-designed Mk1 GTI. An uncomplicated 2-box design with sharp angles, it comes together as clean, elegant and sporty in a way few other cars can. Viewed against the modern blobs of clay that VWs have become, it makes one wonder why good car design has to be so complicated. You guys nailed it 30 years ago; try that again!

The owner of today’s Mk1 has taken impressive steps to highlight the GTI’s beauty. Not only has it covered a mere 110k miles, but it’s been treated to a show-car paint process yielding one of the most beautiful Royal Red examples I’ve seen. If you get a chance, check out the reflections you can see in the pictures; this car is clean. Backed up with a clean interior and few needs, this is GTI purity at its best.

1984 Volkswagen GTI for sale on eBay

From the seller:

It looks better than new. Car was sealed with epoxy primer, as were the doors and decklid, inside and out, it was wet-sanded and painted with Spies-Hecker single stage paint and the cleared over with Glasurit 450 Clear, the car was then wet sanded again and buffed out to a high gloss luster. All new OEM weatherstrips, all door seals, hatch seal, decals, mirror & door rubber gaskets, wheel flares, body-side moldings.

The interior is in very good condition. The seats are in good shape and the bolsters are not torn. The headliner and carpet and dashboard have been replaced or refreshed. The previous owner replaced the odometer with a correct, but used one that reads 143,000. I don’t know the mileage, but estimate it at 105-110k, based on Carfax and previous owner.

The car is a blast to drive! You drive this car—nice, honest manual steering. The shifter is precise, as is the new clutch. And the engine is smooth, powerful, and makes a nice mellow sound. The compession is good. You can drive it anywhere.

The only things I would change or fix are the wiring and speakers for the (new) radio, and the washers. That’s it. Everything else is fine. The car is pretty much stock. Tires, brakes, clutch, engine mounts, and starter are newer. I have receipts.

I am selling it because I don’t have time to enjoy it, and more importantly, I don’t have room for it. It’s in my garage during the summer, and I pay to store it during winter (it has not seen snow or salt since the repaint).

Whoever wins this is getting a bargain–the paint job and body trim alone are worth at least $7000, and the car drives great. Bid with confidence! If possible, I encourage you to come drive the car.

Just a gorgeous, correct example of one of the greatest cars ever built. Bidding is fierce, with 55 bids pushing it to a reserve-not-met $4,050 at time of writing. With the mileage and beautiful paint job, anything up to $6k is a fair price in my eyes.


Attention to detail: Extreme E30 for sale

My uncle, a Chevy guy, took me to my first car shows. Over time, he has grown to appreciate my love of European cars as I have his love of Chevys, though neither of us would switch our allegiance. Our mutual respect stems from a similar outlook on cars and customization: personally, we keep it simple and unique. When it comes to judging others, we agree that everyone has their own taste, so there’s no real point in ripping on another guy’s custom car just because you would have done it differently. Which brings me to today’s 1985 325is, a fun car in its most basic form, and a wild car when tweaked by a fanatic. If I had a 325, it almost certainly wouldn’t look like this, but I appreciate the attention to detail and dedication to a single aesthetic. Red and black to the extreme, it reminds me of the extreme 7-series I wrote up a while back, though somehow more appropriate on the more toyish E30.

Modified 1985 BMW 325is for sale on eBay

This is a incredibly well customized 325iS – a particularly sought after model BMW for this vintage. Original M20 built stroker engine. Tastefully done in its original “Show Car” Red and custom black accents/highlights (replacing chromed elements) and original Black interior. Every aspect of this car was well thought out during its build, and not overdone. This car is the product of many years of devotion and passion of custom tuning and customisation. Originally acquired about 3 years ago as a salvage title vehicle, the car was immediately repaired and repainted and had in excess of $13K invested to get it in its current state. (Salvage title due to front end collision: fender repair, bumper & hood replacement was all that it needed repair wise – no frame, suspension, trans or engine damage was sustained.). Because the owner is a true car lover, this vehicle was not hot-rodded except for 1 or 2 moments to “see what it can do”.

Well known throughout the San Fernando Valley and 2 Bimmerfests, this car is now on the market. No need to purchase and customize a 325iS yourself – it really is ready to go, leaving you little desire to customize one yourself. There is only one minor paint chip in the right fender, a small crack in the dash (both shown in the photos below). The true mileage is unknown as well due to the odometer being inoperable.

This cars impressive list of features includes:

Original M20 Built Engine
Recent Valve Job for Performance
Ireland Engineering 272 Street Performance Cam W/ New Valves
19LB Bosch Fuel Injectors
Re-Surfaced / Port and Polish Head
Custom Intake With High Beam Inlet
Bosch Fuel Pressure Regulator
Bored Out Throttle Body, Intake, Intake Outlets, Head Inlets, Exhaust Outlets
Custom Headers, Full Exhaust System, Catalytic, And Custom Muffler. One Of A Kind E30
Platinum +4 Spark Plugs
ECU Chip
3.73 LSD Differential (Factory W/ IS Models)
Approximately 230HP

New Paint Job W/ Original BMW Red
E36 M3 Custom Full Body Kit With Rieger Front Lip
Smoked Smiley Headlights
Black Window Trim
HID Lights 6K Lows 3K Fogs
LED License Plate Lights
Euro “Uber E30″ Plates
Painted Black Bumper Trims
Black Kidney Grills
ESM Wheels 16” With Yokohoma Parada Spec II Tires 70% Thread Life
Eibach Springs
Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks & Struts
Front Strut Bar
Rear Strut Bar
Matte Black Hood Stripe
White CCFL Angel Eyes On Lowbeams Only
Original IS Trunk Spoiler
Black License Plate Filler

Race Seats (NRG)
Short Shifter (Ralco)
Aluminum Pedals
Black Interior (Originally Grey)
Only 1 Crack In Dash!
In Dash Multi Media Unit W/ DVD Player
New Speakers
Momo Hub W/ Momo Replica Steering Wheel
Additional Gauges

It’s got to be hard to sell a car like this, both because you put so much work into making it as you envisioned, and because it must be a slim market for something this customized. But, with a Buy-It-Now of $6,500, a 230hp built M20, it could be a great starting point for someone to create a new vision, like perhaps taking it down a notch. Regardless of taste, it’s a heck of a well-done E30.

1991 Mercedes 300CE Koenig Widebody Ken Griffey revisit

This car has been up for sale numerous times, I even posted it on this blog over two years ago.

Something strikes me as odd that this car hasn’t traveled in those two years, the mileage hasn’t changed much. In fact it has covered less than 5,000 miles since 1997, stashed in a collectors garage. One of the times the car was on eBay, in Fall of 2009, it had apparently sold for $8,700, but looks like that sale didn’t go through. Now it is up for sale for $12,500.

If you disregard the strangeness of the fact that no one seems to want to drive this car, the price is not too shabby for a genuine low mileage Koenig car. If this was a big body Benz with that mileage buyers would be more likely to bite. Plus this one was owned by Ken Griffey Jr. as indicated by the custom speedometer gauge face, which should appeal to some people.

The dark green paint is a unique color, but the custom yellow striping and boy racer trunk lid spoiler are kind of a turn off. Of course if you are in the market for a Koenig car you aren’t interested in being inconspicuous.

The current owner purchased the car earlier this summer from the collector who had basically parked it since 1997. This seller had some work completed to make the car more road worthy. It looks like it could still use some work to fix the handling and touch up some paint and chrome issues. Maintenance on this should be a breeze as it still sports the standard 3 liter inline six of which parts are plentiful.

If the right collector finds this it might sell at the opening ask price. More likely though I bet it goes through with no bids, which is strange when you think about what a new Koenig Specials conversion cost. The rareness of these cars coupled with the low mileage of this one may tickle a collector looking for an investment the right way, but lets hope the car doesn’t get locked up off the road for another decade.

1991 Mercedes 300CE Koenig Widebody ex Ken Griffey on eBay


1988 BMW M5

The seller of the BMW 2002ti featured two weeks ago has come to us at German Cars for Sale Blog with another stellar example of an oft favored BMW classic: the 1988 BMW M5. This car needs no introduction, as it was this vehicle, along with the original M6 and M3 that really begun to put the Motorsports brand on the map, after the demise of the M1 supercar in 1981.

This is a US model M5 residing in Canada, with Euro bumpers (which, in my opinion, clean up the look of the car). Overall, a nicely presented, well taken care of first generation M5.

I’ve found that with the E12 M535i that I recently purchased and the fact that it is winter in Calgary 11.5 months a year, I am not using the M5 enough and it’s too nice to let it just sit. The highlights are:

• 88,500 miles – sort of. The previous owner advised that the odometer was inoperative for a period but estimated that he drove less than 1000 miles in that time. No way of knowing for sure but he is the U.S. Attorney for North Carolina so I’m prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt.
• All original panels and paint. The only flaw in the paint is some touch up work done on a scratch near the door handle on the right front door. Very hard to see but it’s there.
• Euro M5 headers, jet hot coated.
• UUC stainless steel exhaust with Fahey track pipe.
• Timing chain, guides and all related components replaced at 80,000 miles, including cylinder head gasket, ignition wires. No issues – PO was very big into preventative maintenance
• Within the last 6000 miles or so the car has had new OEM leather dashboard and door caps, windshield, emblems inside and outside, Euro grills and headlights, taillights, steering wheel, rear window roller blind and rear package shelf, oil pan skid plate, front door cards, left and right, fire extinguisher and shift boot
• Dinan chip
• Fahey crank hub and cam gear
• New aluminum radiator from the recent group buy
• All suspension bushings replaced
• All interior seals replaced – windows, sunroof, trunk, etc.
• UUC pedal set
• Cross-drilled brake rotors
• Mason Engineering front strut bar.
• OEM rear strut bar (from trailer hitch package)
• Powerflex urethane sway bar bushings
• SLS system removed and replaced with Bilstein shocks/struts and MTechnic springs (original parts retained)
• North American bumpers removed and replaced with chrome Euro bumpers (original parts retained)
• New OEM front valance and Euro M5 airdam (original pieces retained)
• New Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec tires
– Valve adjustment within the last 500 miles.

Here is a link to some photos I’ve accumulated – you’ll see that photography is not high on my skill set but if anyone wants a shot of something specific, please let me know.

When I bought the car I had a PPI done at MPowered Automotive in Cary, NC – the tech was a Board member here. I’m happy to share that with anyone who’d like to see it. I can also send PDF copy of the receipts from the last seven years or so, when most of the expensive work has been performed.

This car is nearly flawless – fast, tight, rust free and, with the Euro bumpers, a great looking car. For the purists in the crowd, I retained everything needed to put the car back to US Spec if you so desire.

While the car is in Canada, it is a US car and therefore returning it to the US should be no problem. If you live in a state that tests for emissions, you are going to need to install a catalytic converter.

Price? I’m buried so deep in this car I’ll never see the light of day (you’re crying inside, I know you are) but given the low mileage, maintenance history and desirable upgrades, I’m going to say CDN $28,000.

If interested, please contact the seller here:


Silver with tricolor pin stripes 1988 BMW M3

It can be a good thing to buy a car from someone who has owned several other cars of the same type. At the very least they have more than one reference point to judge things like performance, handling, or even more mundane things like noises, squeaks, and vibrations. This M3 comes from an owner who says he has owned several others.

I like my German cars in silver and this one fits the bill. The seller has added a lot of parts to this car in an attempt to turn it into an evolution clone. The extensive parts list includes:



Apex Anthracite wheels, vortstiener wheel studs and nuts and Conti Tires (Less then 100 miles on wheels + tires) paid over 1800.00

EVO III bumpers (No side marker lights) A rare and really nice feature.

EVO III Front spoiler W/ all under tray parts

EVO III Brake Ducts W/ correct inner fender liners.

EVO III Adjustabel Rear Wing / Wing flap is gloss black which looks really nice

EVO III Hood gaskets
EVO III Bumber gaskets

Black bumper tape + Red bumper tape included

Headlights look brand new (Yellow City Lights) Smiley type headlights

Bumpers front and rear and wing all have fresh paint so no chips, fading etc.


EVO III Steering wheel (suede is flat)

EVO III lighted shift knob
M Color stiched E brake boot and shift boot

OMP pedal set
OMP Dead pedal

Black leather

Grey carpet

EVO II Door sills

VDO gauges at radio location + JVC (top end) Red Illumination CD deck included.

Recaro SR’s in leather with M stripes. Same as found in the EVO III model.


EVO II Cam gear

Turner Chip (JIM C.)

EVO III Plug wires

Lightened Flywheel

All new plastic and hoses.

Recent Tune

Fan delete with Spal Fan adapted onto stock fan shroud.

Runs perfect and REDLINE oil always used.

Supersprint Exhaust (DTM Tips) Euro center section.

H&R springs

Bilstein shocks

EVO III Front brake rotors

Hawk Pads

OMP Stainless brake lines

OMP Upper stress bar

The car has 154,600 miles, but the paint scheme and the modifications should keep bidders interested that might otherwise shy away from higher mileage cars. Besides low mile E30 M3s are really getting pricey. The seller describes the car as a driver and with the slight imperfections and no longer stock appearance that is an honest assessment. The engine bay looks really clean for a car of this mileage. The car appears to come with lots of stickers.

Bidding is up over $10,000 with the reserve not met. It will take nearly double that to own this I suspect.

1988 BMW E30 M3 Evo III clone on eBay


1986 Ruf BTR Porsche 911 Slantnose for sale

Seeing the RUF CTR2 in a Road & Track high-speed shootout in middle school ushered in a new era in my car appreciation – the tuner era. Now much more commonplace, I had never before seen the fantastic excesses of speed possible when aftermarket engineers set their sights on improving the best of the best. Ridiculous power is ubiquitous these days, but while many tuners have eschewed clean aero add-ons for the automotive equivalent of gaudy triple-E silicon implants, Alois Ruf has stayed classy through over three decades of Porsche tuning. Clean proprietary wheels are often the only exterior modification as Ruf lets his engine work do the talking. In the mid-80s, Ruf took the poster-star Slantnose 930 911 and worked his magic, ending up with 374 turbo-charged horses ready to lay waste to the all comers.

1986 Porsche 911 Ruf BTR Slantnose for sale on eBay

Not a lot of info on the listing, but three numbers seem the most important:

100 – The total number of Ruf BTRs produced
12,748 – The obscenely low mileage
123,900 – The asking price

It’s a shame this car has only traveled 13k miles, because I’m sure it’s a blast. It’s tough to judge the market for a car like this, but even with the low mileage and rarity, it seems priced a bit high. That said, the seller seems ready to wait to get their price, so more power to them in passing on this most rare of 911s.


1990 BMW 325is

I have given a lot of thought lately to the whole used versus new debate. Earlier this year, I traded in a Mercedes-Benz that I bought new for a MINI Cooper S that was used. For me, I’m going to have a hard time justifying buying a new vehicle in the near future. As time marches on, most of the new product offerings have lost any kind of unique brand identity. I therefore find myself longing for the cars of my youth, from the 1980s and early 1990s, like this well kept 1990 BMW 325is. The E30 was almost the company car of the emerging yuppie class, but these days, it harkens back to more economically optimistic times and for car enthusiasts, a time when cars were more simple yet provided more pleasure than their successors.

1990 BMW 325is on Hemmings Motor News

California Car, Show Quality, Totally Rust-Free 1990 BMW 325is, Sterling Silver Metallic with Black Leather, 5 Speed Manual. This car has all maintenance up to date including the following done at 99k miles; new front & rear brake rotors and pads, timing belt/tensionor, water pump, valve adjustment, all fluids flushed, new Bilstein shocks & struts and more. This car is nearly perfect with no exposure to bad elements of salt etc. The panels are all original with all the VIN stickers intact. Nearly perfect paint showing almost no road wear at all. The interior is also close to flawless, has no cracks in the dashboard, the carpets are immaculate and free of any stains and the leather is as soft and new looking as when the car was sold.

This condition of the car shows that it obviously was garaged since new and was a one owner car until 97k miles. It has heated seats and a Factory CD changer. This car is all stock equipment except for a BMP design Supersprint stainless exhaust that was installed by the previous owner. This can be changed back to factory very easily by the next owner if desired. This car is not for someone looking for just a clean E30, but a fair weather car that is one of the cleanest original E30’s in the country. This has been my personal car for the last two years and has been driven 5k miles in good weather since 2009. It has been stored in a climate controlled showroom. Sensible offers close to asking price will be considered.

I like the extensive description on this car, and the list of maintenance items taken care of is reassuring. The asking price of $14,900 though is quite optimistic, if not approaching 2002tii money. Realistically, a car like this should be honing in on the $8,000 to $10,000 neighborhood.

As a former owner of an E30 325is, I can attest that these are very hearty cars if looked after and are much less complex than any new car out there, reducing the amount of upkeep needed. If I wasn’t so happy with my ’06 Cooper S right now, a clean, late model E30, such as a 318is or 325is would be at the top of my list. It wouldn’t be the best choice for everyone, but since I drive between 5,000 to 7,000 miles a year, it would be just enough exercise to keep a practical classic, or youngtimer, as the Germans would call it, going for many years forward.


2011 Opel Insignia

Even though it’s a brand of which most Americans are unaware, Opel has had a long history in the United States. First being sold under their own badge through Buick dealers in the 1960s and 1970s, Cadillac tried their hand at rebadging the Opel Omega as their compact executive entry, the Catera. While the Catera was a huge improvement over Cadillac’s last attempt at a small car, the Cimarron, fewer than 100,000 were produced during its lifespan from 1997 through 2001.

Saturn was the next division to grab the Opel torch, offering the L series, followed by the Aura, midsized sedans based on the Opel Vectra chassis. It also offered rebadged versions of the GT (Sky) and Astra, before the divisions untimely demise in 2010. Now Opel products have found their way back stateside by Buick dealers yet again, as the Regal has returned, this time a rebadged Insignia, which was the Vectra’s replacement.

I’ve always wondered how hard it would be to simply rebadge the Regal back to its Opel roots. Apparently some industrious owner went ahead and answered that question outside of Chicago, offering up the remainder of their lease on a 2011 Regal (Insignia).

2011 Opel Insignia on eBay

The owner is going back to Europe, and no longer needs it. Very unique car -over $15,000 invested, including suspension and wheels.

The car gets endless attention, as it is the only one like it in America. Winning bidder must have good credit and is responsible for arranging swap thru ALLY. Lease transfer can be done only after this auction is paid for in full. This car has everything including Bluetooth, XM, DVD player, etc. Gets 30MPG on regural unleaded. Payment $440/month with $14k buyout in 08/14.

I’ve driven the new Regal with the 2.4 non turbo engine and the 6 speed automatic, which is what powers this car. I was impressed by how refined it was for a four cylinder, having plenty of pickup off the line and being geared well to deal with most traffic situations. You could instantly tell you were in a German car from the minute you climbed behind the wheel, and it had a feeling of quality about it that kind of split the middle between a Volkswagen and a Mercedes.

The lease payment for this particular vehicle seems on the high side, so I’d question what the original purchase price of this car was originally. Still, if you just have to have an Opel stateside, you don’t have a lot of options when it comes to a new car. I guess it just matters if you can deal with driving a car with a Buick badge on it or not. If not, there are plenty of lease deals on 3 series BMWs and C class Mercedes-Benzes that undercut $440 a month.


1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL with 25,000 miles

Growing up, I used to collect car brochures. What started as a hobby turned into a storage nightmare. So as any good librarian would do, I cataloged everything and organized all of them in a file cabinet. I remember the 1989 Mercedes-Benz brochure distinctly. It was about a 50 page booklet, with a two page spread at the end featuring a silver 560SEL. Unlike a lot of other kids who grew up in the 1980s that dreamed of Lamborghini Countaches and Ferrari Testarossas, I dreamt of driving a big, black S class. While I’ve owned two Mercedes so far, I haven’t had my W126 fantasy fulfilled. Which is probably why I was searching around today for clean, unmolested examples. Like this one for sale in California with only 25,000 miles.

1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL with 25k miles on eBay

-Smoke Silver(702)/Dark Brown Leather(173)
-25,427 original miles, Single corporate owner until July 2011
-Original sales invoice ($74,233 cost new), original handbooks, original window sticker
-Original unused spare, unused tool roll
-Spotless interior trim, superb burlwood, perfect headliner, rear seat foot rests, non-smoker,
-All original sheetmetal, likely original paint as per electronic paint depth inspection (hood reads higher than other panels although shows no evidence of paintwork)
-Spotless undercarriage/wheel arches and engine bay.
-Every item functions as Mercedes-Benz intended
-A few very minor paint chips
-Superb wheels, recent Michelin ‘Pilot’ tires
-An amazing 126 series ‘survivor’ suitable to win at any Mercedes-Benz Club of America event.
-Major service and careful inspection just completed
-One of the finest 560SELs in the United States

I’m not a big fan of beige cars, but the tobacco leather is in great condition and makes the large interior look rich. Also, with features like dual airbags and anti-lock brakes, this is truly a practical classic that could hold its own against newer vehicles. I happened to peruse the Mercedes-Benz Classic website and they have a 560SEL for sale with a click over 60,000 miles on sale at EUR 36,750, or about $52,000. While that makes this car’s buy it now price seem reasonable, from recent sales I’ve come across it appears a more realistic value would be settling in around the $15,000 to $20,000 mark.

It’s common knowledge that most Mercedes-Benz sedans don’t command the higher prices that coupes and convertibles do. However, if one Mercedes-Benz sedan is going to see values take off in the coming years, it would have to be the W126 S Class. More modern than the W116 without being as complex as the W140 that followed, these cars have withstood the test of time.


2006 Hartge H50 V10 E90 Sedan For Sale

Our friends at Turner Motorsports have an incredible 2006 Hartge H50 available for sale. Less than 10 worldwide and the ONLY one in the U.S.!

from the Turner website:

Started life as a 2006 US Spec 325i shipped to Germany.
Current Mileage: 24,532
Power: 550 hp @ 7750 rpm
Torque 391 lb-tq @ 6100 rpm
Weight 3676 lbs
0-60 4.3 seconds
Top Speed 200 mph

There is only 1 Hartge H50 in the United States. Less than 10 exsist worldwide.

The H50 conversion package costs roughly $220,000 (new E90 325i included) and takes 7-8 weeks to complete (not including shipping time to germany).

This car was built to be 100% legal in the United States. The HARTGE H50 Conversion is done at the highest quality of workmanship. All factory features are still functioning. This car has not been compromised in any way during its conversion. The OBD port and factory check engine lights function like stock.

“A 200-mph BMW 3 Series is one of those deviant cars that we’re just happy to see from time to time. The fact that this one is every bit as easy to live with as the slightly more upmarket M5 makes it the ultimate sleeper.” — Edmunds Inside Line

“Beyond such shenanigans, everyday use is absolutely not out of the question. Just leave DTC on and Power off. The default setting for the seven-speed SMG III (pulled also from the E60) shift rhythm, however, is always at Level Five. For me, this is great since I do that anyway in either the M5 or M6. You can tell Hartge that you don’t want full-time Level Five as the default, sure, but that would, in turn, make you a wuss.” — European Car

“On the plus side, the H50 has the practicality of a 3 Series, including four real seats, highway cruising capability and all the storage any human being could reasonably want from a 200-mph car. Hartge has dressed the interior with a new steering wheel and acres of carbon-fiber, although this is all optional. This 3,680-pound beast is effectively the M5 CSL-Lite that BMW says it simply cannot make.” –Edmunds Inside Line

Hartge Conversion Equipment Listing:

E60 M5 V10 Engine with all associated parts, radiator, modified wiring harness, modified headers, sports catalytic converters.

Own bespoke engine mapping including HARTGE modification of the top speed limit, 7 speed SMG gear box, special exhaust system, modified rear axle, rear differential with 0-100% LSD, modified drive shafts, modified underbody, modified gas tank system.

HARTGE stainless steel rear silencer with doubal oval tail pieces left and right
HARTGE coil over sports suspension 1.2 inches lower (30mm)
HARTGE front spoiler lip, HARTGE rear wing
HARTGE Carbon Mirror casings
HARTGE Carbon Fiber interior trim, dash, steering wheel
HARTGE instrument cluster consisting of 200 mph speedometer, tach 9000rpm
HARTGE Pedals & Floor Mats
HARTGE 15 x 1.3 inch cross drill floating rotors with 8 piston brake calipers front
HARTGE 13 x .09 inch cross drilled floating rotors with 4 piston calipers rear
HARTGE 9.0 x 20 front wheels offset 40 with 245/30/ZR20 Conti SC3 Tires
HARTGE 10.0 x 20 rear wheels offset 40 with 295/25/ZR20 Conti SC3 Tires
On-Dashboard indicator for gear box mode, gear indicator, power mode, oil temp, and water temp.
HARTGE Leather E-brake Handle
HARTGE hood and trunk Emblems

Price: $85,500

An amazing opportunity for a lucky buyer. Thanks for the heads up Jay and good luck with the sale!