Next Gen

1991 Lamborghini Diablo

Number 283 of just 401 examples built for that first year of production, this Diablo is an exceptionally well-preserved and highly original example. Delivered new to an owner in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, via Ultimate Motor Works of Longwood, FL, it was finished in red over a black leather […]

1992 Land Rover Discovery Camel Trophy

This Discovery was commissioned by Land Rover Special Vehicles to compete in the 1992 edition of the Camel Trophy, held in Guyana. It was piloted 1,600 kilometers (roughly 1,000 miles) from Manaus, Brazil, to Georgetown, Guyana, by Team USA and captured the Team Spirit Award that year. This is a […]

2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Starting with the 2.7 Carrera RS, “RS” variants of the 911 have become coveted for their track readiness, precision and power. Throughout the succeeding generations of 911s, the RS badge remained reserved for only the most hardcore, purpose-built road cars in Porsche’s portfolio and has become highly coveted. With a […]

1994 Lancia Hyena Zagato

Utilizing Lancia’s beloved Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione as a basis, the Hyena was a collaboration between Lancia and Zagato and the brainchild of a meeting between Andrea Zagato and Paul Koot, the official Lancia importer in the Netherlands and the proprietor of Lusso Service Holland. Underneath its handcrafted aluminum bodywork, […]

1993 Mercedes-Benz 400E 4.2 AMG

This is a 1993 Mercedes-Benz 400E 4.2 AMG Stage III finished in Black Pearl Metallic with a gray leather interior. This 400E is a Japanese-spec sedan that is titled in Delaware. Imported from Japan by the seller in October 2019, it is equipped with a metric instrument cluster and its […]

1987 Rolls-Royce Camargue

As the ultimate model featured in Rolls-Royce’s 1987 catalog, the Camargue represented a pinnacle of styling, technical innovation and — of course — price for the storied marque. The Camargue’s distinctive styling is the result of collaboration with Pininfarina, a unique design decision which certainly produced a unique outcome. The […]

1993 Porsche 968 Club Sport

The car presented here is a very special Club Sport and was first delivered new to Porsche in Stuttgart, Germany; chassis 96ZRS815311 was ordered in almost standard specification with the only exceptions to Club Sport puritanism being a sunroof and a Blaupunkt RCR42 radio cassette. Registered as one of the […]

1996 Mercedes-Benz SL70 AMG

At a time when the price of a standard Mercedes-Benz SL600 was just 5% less than a Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, it is unsurprising that the SL70 always was an extremely rare car; the engine upgrade alone cost roughly the equivalent of $60,000. Nevertheless, the reward was staggering: a hand-built 7.1-liter […]

1991 GMC Syclone

One of 2,995 produced for 1991 280-hp, turbocharged and intercooled 4.3-liter fuel-injected V6 engine GMC claimed a 4.6-second 0–60 mph time and 124-mph top speed Odometer displays 2,228 miles Automatic transmission; full-time all-wheel drive Finished in black over a matching black interior with red accents Air conditioning and numerous power […]

2007 BMW Z4 M Coupe

Introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 2002, the Z4 roadster replaced the immensely successful Z3, the “retro” styling of which recalled BMW’s fabulous “328” sports car of pre-war days. More sharp-edged than the Z3, the Z4 nevertheless kept its predecessor’s proportions and overall look while having a slightly increased […]