1994 Porsche 964 Turbo 3.6S Flachbau

  • A true 911-based supercar, hand built in the Porsche Exclusive Department
  • This car is one of 39 U.S.-spec examples, and just two were finished in Grand Prix White
  • This Porsche is in time-capsule condition, with less than 40 miles from new. The original window sticker is still affixed two decades after delivery
  • The car is offered with books, tools, spares and Certificate of Authenticity

1959 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder Competizione

The Ferrari 250 California Spyder is unquestionably among the most recognizable and beloved sports cars of all time. While the origins of the legendary model have been well established and the entire production run carefully documented by devoted historians, the exceptionally rare competition variants were built to highly individualized specifications and do not fall into a single, all-encompassing category.

By 1950s standards, all that was required to transform a California into a serious racing car was Read More

1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Spider by Touring

The 8C 2900 was not a mere sports car, but the most advanced, modern and compelling sports car that money could buy. To the gentleman who was accustomed to watching the workings of his Swiss watch or mastering the intricacies of his yacht’s sails, it was a symphony.

It is a reality understood by those in racing circles that these high-performance Alfa Romeos and many other similar cars were simply tools used on a track, and Read More

1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Bertone Spider

In 1953, Stanley Arnolt purchased five sequential Aston Martin DB2/4 chassis and sent them to Carrozzeria Bertone to be fitted with custom coachwork. While the even-numbered chassis were fitted with opulent, luxurious bodies, 503, 505, and 507 were fitted with a distinctive sporting design penned by one of the most talented and prolific designers of the 1950s and 1960s, Franco Scaglione.

Scaglione’s credits include the incomparable Alfa Romeo B.A.T. cars, the Siata 208 CS coupe, the Read More

1962 Shelby Cobra CSX2000

This very first Cobra, CSX2000, arrived in the United States in February 1962. It was personally picked up at the Los Angeles airport by Carroll Shelby and Dean Moon before being brought back to Moon’s shop, where they installed the 260-ci V8 Ford engine with a Ford gearbox in a matter of hours. And with that, CSX2000 was running.

The entire company’s finances rested on this prototype — and securing a successful deal for Shelby American Read More

The Best Buys at Any Price

1972 Iso Grifo Series II

Gooding & Company Lot 66, which sold for the “was everyone sleeping?” price of $511,500

Earlier this year, a good friend — and wonderfully overzealous lover of all things Iso — asked me if there was any chance this car could be worth $1 million, which was the owner’s dearest hope.

Say what?… Ummmm, no.

A few weeks passed, and then the partial-dose-of-reality asking Read More

Go Find Another (Good) One

The imported mini-truck surged in popularity in the wake of the first 1970s fuel crisis and rising gas prices. The 4-cylinder engines in the import trucks were more economical than the V8 and straight-6 engines that powered the bigger domestic models.

The little trucks from Toyota, Datsun/Nissan, and Mazda offered more responsive handling than their larger cousins. The Big Three got into the import truck market as well. Ford sold a Mazda pickup as the Courier, while Chrysler sourced its Read More

1925 Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix Two-Seater

Some of the world’s most evocative Grand Prix cars are those originally manufactured during the 1920s, not necessarily for racing team use, but primarily for sale to private customers, providing them with the equipment necessary to take the plunge and go motor racing upon their own account, potentially at the very highest level.

Of course, it was the marque Bugatti that most prominently provided that service, and most notably with its magnificent family of compact, light and powerful straight-eight-engined Bugatti Read More

1996 Porsche 993 RS Clubsport Coupe

  • One of seven RHD examples
  • Right-hand drive
  • Full service history
  • 23,667 miles from new

The exciting car offered here is an example of one of the rarest of Porsche 911 Type 993 variants: the Carrera RS Clubsport with the 3.8-liter engine, which was built for homologation in FIA GT2 events. It is one of only seven right-hand-drive Clubsports believed sold new in the U.K.

One of the designated C16 U.K.-market cars, this ultra-rare right-hand-drive Clubsport was purchased by Read More