- 6.2-liter “LSA” V8 supercharged engine with 556 horsepower
- 6-speed automatic transmission
Developed by BMW Motorsport and announced in December 2010, the 1M coupe used a tuned version of the N54 twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six engine producing 335 hp, which was delivered to the road via a 6-speed manual gearbox and electronic limited-slip differential.
With its front-engine/rear-drive layout, traditional sports-car handling and colossal amounts of low-down torque, the 1M was enthusiastically received, particularly by those who felt that BMW’s image had become diluted by too many SUVs; indeed, Richard Hammond of “Top Gear” Read More
Delivered new to its first and only owner in Bahrain, this particular C63 AMG Black Series was produced for the 2013 model year in Bremen and shipped to Bahrain on October 10, 2012. The car was ordered in a classic and refined color combination of Diamond White Metallic over a black leather and Alcantara interior.
However, the Black Series’ performance is anything but subtle. It boasts the same 6.2-liter, naturally aspirated V8 as found in the standard C63 AMG; however, Read More
- Single-owner McLaren F1 Chassis 044, 37th off the assembly line
- The first fully federalized McLaren F1 to be imported to the U.S.
- One of seven U.S. F1s.
- Original Base Silver paint and black/gray Connolly leather
The car was purchased new by the consignor in July 1996. He then embarked on a European road trip covering about half of the 9,600 miles on the car’s odometer. From the factory, 044 was shipped to New York, where it was converted Read More
Derived from the classically elegant 2800/3.0/635CS/CSi series, the BMW M6 coupe is a rare and brilliantly fast grand tourer. The M6 and M6 35CSi were nearly identical in specification but were labeled differently for marketing reasons. The M6 was the second-fastest BMW ever built at 158 mph — only the equally rare high-performance M1 coupe boasted a higher maximum speed. Although the factory did not release official production numbers, it is believed that 1,632 examples of the E24-series M6 were Read More
First seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1979, the Lancia Delta Integrale is best known for its domination of the World Rally Championship in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The first Evoluzione cars were built at the end of 1991 and carried on through 1992.
Arriving in June 1993, a further development of the HF Integrale naturally became known as the Evo II and featured an updated version of the 2-liter, 16-valve turbo engine producing a little more Read More
- Turbocharged (Precision) 2.6-liter inline
- 6-cylinder engine
- 6-speed manual transmission
- Worldwide icon in the tuning world
- Front and rear spoilers
- Lower body aero elements
- Brembo 4-wheel disc brakes
- Nitto tires
- RAYS alloy wheels
- Air conditioning
- Power windows
- Reported as fewer than 2,000 V-spec IIs built
The first cars named “Skyline GT-R” were produced between 1969 and 1972 and enjoyed legendary success in local Japanese touring-car racing. After a long hiatus, the GT-R name was revived in 1989 as Read More
- 6.3-liter, naturally aspirated V8 engine
- 7-speed automatic transmission
- Less than 7,000 actual miles
- Power top, windows, steering and brakes
- Air conditioning
- RENNtech tuned to over 600 horsepower
- RENNtech long-tube headers
- Ti Evo cat-back exhaust with carbon-fiber Akrapovic tailpipes
- H&R lowering springs
- ADV.1 bronze wheels
- RENNtech carbon-fiber front and rear diffuser package
In 1995, BMW responded to American customer demand by building a special track-oriented version of the esteemed E36-series M3. The resulting M3 Lightweight shaved 225 pounds from the standard version by integrating aluminum doors and removing all sound deadeners and comfort equipment. The model also featured stiffer springs, front and rear spoilers, and an individually selected engine.
Chassis 07534 is one of 126 M3 Lightweights built, and it is a particularly pristine and well-documented example. Completed in September 1995, this Read More
Mazda Cosmos are more than a cool-looking novelty. The high-revving rotary engine, 4-speed transmission and lightweight body combine to produce a driver’s car that will make you smile. On offer is a fine, mostly original example of a very rare 110S Export model that comes from the large private collection of a Japanese Domestic Market enthusiast.
Although the number of previous owners is not known, the current owner, an avid JDM collector, purchased this 110S in 2014 from one of Read More