1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 34

  • Rare Type 34, never sold in U.S.
  • Recently serviced
  • Numbers-matching
  • De Luxe package

This matching-numbers 1968 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 34 De Luxe has 63,889 original miles and is finished in Lotus White with a red interior. This Karmann Ghia drives well, powered by a 1,600-cc 4-cylinder engine backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. It features a working original Emden radio, whitewall tires, speedometer, hazard warning system, padded dash, indicator light for dual-braking system, reverse lights and a Read More

1965 Ford GT40 Roadster Prototype

  • The first of five GT40 roadsters built
  • The only GT40 roadster known to have continually survived in its original form
  • Driven by legendary drivers including Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby and Jim Clark
  • Award winner at the 2003 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Few automobiles have achieved such status as the Ford GT40. Detroit’s first purpose-built prototype-class race car, it was developed to beat Ferrari — and famously went on to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans for four Read More

1993 Vector Avtech WX-3 Prototype

  • The 1992 and 1993 Geneva Motor Show car
  • The only Vector WX-3 coupe prototype produced
  • 1,000-hp twin-turbo V8 engine
  • Retained by company founder Jerry Wiegert

The Avtech WX-3 prototype was first displayed in silver paint at the 1992 Geneva Motor Show. The WX-3 prototype owed its advanced composition to the Vector W8, including carbon fiber and Kevlar. Inside, the WX-3’s interior was far more refined, but it still shared its airplane-cockpit-control arrangement with the W8.

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1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

  • One of 1,320 produced
  • Height of the era’s design
  • Striking black-and-red color combo
  • 345-hp Tri-Power 390-ci V8
  • High-tech features

By the late 1950s, Cadillac reigned supreme over the full-sized luxury-car market in North America with exciting products that featured advanced engineering and the leading-edge styling of Harley Earl. While the 1959 Eldorado was controversial and misunderstood in its heyday, the collectors and critics of today agree that it possesses an unmatched combination of power, presence and extravagance.