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Car(s): 34

2000 Chrysler Viper GTS R Ex-Works/Team ORECA


This example was nearly unbeatable winning 7 of 10 ALMS races it entered in the GTS Class. In total, 10 wins throughout the 2000 season for Team ORECA easily gave them ALMS Championship, with 266 total points, capping a three-year win streak.
United States of America
Price On Request
+ (610) 716.2331

1976 Ferrari 308 GTB 'Vetroresina'


The Pininfarina designed Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced in 1975 at the Paris Auto Salon. The 308 took all that was great about the car it succeeded, the 246 Dino, and amplified power output with a 3.0L V-8 at the heart of its mid-engine, wedge-shaped body.
United States of America
£ 198,966.13
(€ 233,706.61)
($ 265,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1950 Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe


With the exception of a few prototypes built-in 1946, the Town & Country Newport was the only wood-bodied Chrysler hardtop coupe ever produced. The historical significance of the one-year 1950 hardtop makes the final Town & Country an especially interesting example of Chrysler’s famed wood-clad luxury cars. Finding one of these last true original “woodies” in any sense is indeed a treat.
United States of America
£ 37,540.78
(€ 44,095.59)
($ 50,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1971 Maserati Ghibli SS 4.9 Coupe


Finished in the ubiquitous rRed exterior of most sporting Italian motorcars, this Ghibli possesses only a handful of minor paint blemishes and scuffs one would expect to find after being enjoyed by its owner after a period of time. Its white leather interior is spectacularly representative of the period in which the car was produced and serves to aid the attractiveness of the overall package.
United States of America
£ 161,425.35
(€ 189,611.02)
($ 215,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4


Designated the “GTO” in Japan, and the “3000GT” for the worldwide market, this grand touring, 2+2, hatchback was Mitsubishi’s entrant in the Japanese sports car battles of the 1990s, which produced such icons as the Toyota Supra, Mazda RX-7, and Nissan 300ZX. Initially having been released for the U.S. market in 1991....
United States of America
£ 36,039.15
(€ 42,331.76)
($ 48,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1964 Ducati 250 Scrambler


The 1964 Ducati Scrambler 250, #84653, offered here is a fine example of Ducati’s early foray into the off-road marketplace. A recipient of a thorough restoration, it appears in remarkable condition today. What can be described as a 100 point effort, little was overlooked in returning this bike back to showroom new condition. Highly accurate, one can notice the use of proper hardware, an off-road air cleaner, an external choke on the handlebar, and an adjustable steering damper.
United States of America
£ 6,381.93
(€ 7,496.25)
($ 8,500.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1992 Porsche Carrera 911 RS N/GT


Porsche is one of the most well-known names in luxury automobiles. The company was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche and initially offered vehicle development work and consulting. The 1992 911 Carrera RS Coupe was a lightened, RWD-only version of the Porsche 964 built for the European market
United States of America
£ 161,425.35
(€ 189,611.02)
($ 215,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2011 Ford Fiesta GYM3 (Ken Block's)


The star of Ken Block’s physics-defying, Gymkhana THREE film. The first Ford product used to power a Gymkhana Series Film production. Built for the sole purpose of performing Gymkhana antics, its widened body, seam-welded chassis, and 600hp Olsbergs engine are radically packaged in the iconic drip livery. Since its release in 2010, GYM3 has garnered 66 Million YouTube® views and counting. Now, for the first time ever, the car that sparked a new generation of car lovers could be yours…
United States of America
Price On Request
+ (610) 716.2331

1958 Mercedes-Benz 190SL


Mercedes-Benz has become a staple in luxury vehicles since its creation in 1926. The Benz part of the name dates back to 1886 when Karl Benz invented the Benz Patent-Motorwagen. The Mercedes part comes from Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft’s Mercedes brand name of cars, the first of which was produced in 1900.
United States of America
£ 138,900.88
(€ 163,153.67)
($ 185,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1955 Chevrolet Corvette


Chevrolet is one of America’s oldest, and most popular, car brands. The company was started in 1911 by Swiss race car driver and automotive engineer Louis Chevrolet alongside his brother Arthur Chevrolet and William C. Durant, one of GM’s original founders. By 1916, the company had been profitable enough to allow Durant to buy a controlling stake in General Motors. In 1917, Chevrolet was merged into GM and became one of the company’s subdivisions.
United States of America
£ 90,097.87
(€ 105,829.41)
($ 120,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1958 Imperial Crown Limousine


Long before Cadillac and Pininfarina collaborated on the cross-continent assembly of their luxurious, two-seat Allante, Chrysler Corporation’s ever forward-thinking philosophy had beaten them to the concept in the 1950s. As the smallest of the big 3 Detroit manufacturers, Chrysler sought to attain a cut of the ultra-luxury post-war market headlined by the Series 70 Cadillac and Continental Mark II. Mopar’s assault on the Blue Oval and GM would begin thanks to the onboarding of a true automotive visionary.
United States of America
£ 78,835.64
(€ 92,600.73)
($ 105,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2007 Ducati Paul Smart Replica Race Bike


Starting in the late 1990s and early 2000’s the “retro styling craze” was beginning to take off in both the automotive and motorcycling worlds. Manufacturers scrambled to put out new designs that borrowed updated styling from many of their past sales successes, and the general public was eating it up with both hands and asking for more. Ducati, not one to miss out on the opportunity, introduced their “Sport Classic” lineup of motorcycles at the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show.
United States of America
£ 31,534.25
(€ 37,040.29)
($ 42,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2007 Ducati Paul Smart Street Bike


Ducati has long a long and rich history tied to some of the most iconic racing machines to ever set wheels on the track. They have become known for producing machines that can provide riders with a top tier riding experience right off the showroom floor, but what if an owner and rider want a bit more from their Ducati experience? Customization is where these beautiful Italian machines have historically fallen a bit short.
United States of America
£ 18,770.39
(€ 22,047.79)
($ 25,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2014 Ducati Monster Race Bike


The idea for the Ducati Monster was born when heads of the company asked for a new design that “displayed a strong Ducati heritage but which was easy to ride and not a sports bike”. Talented Ducati designer Miguel Angel Galluzzi set about drafting plans and in 1993 the now-infamous “naked” Ducati was introduced to an adoring public. The exposed trellis frame became the bike’s most signature and iconic differentiating feature.
United States of America
£ 18,770.39
(€ 22,047.79)
($ 25,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1972 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Replica


A Fantastic Recreation Of One Of The Most Iconic Porsche Cars. Built From the Ground Up By Marque Experts In Germany. Completed In 2008 To Near Identical 2.8 RSR Specifications. An Incredible Driving Experience Suitable For The Track Or Street.....
United States of America
£ 157,671.27
(€ 185,201.46)
($ 210,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck (Ken Block’s)


LBI Limited is PUMPED to offer Ken Block’s 1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck in yet another unveiling of EPIC proportions from Ken Block’s personal collection. The Hoonitruck has garnered over 75 Million YouTube® views by drifting through Gymkhana TEN and defying death in Climbkhana TWO by hooning its way up the world’s most dangerous mountain highway. Its tire smoke-induced antics have even landed it on Amazon’s Emmy Nominated series, The Gymkhana Files.
United States of America
£ 825,897.13
(€ 970,102.90)
($ 1,100,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2001 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe


When discussing sports cars, there are few that are more well-known than the Porsche 911. Since its introduction in 1964, the 911 has become a quintessential sports car. Up until the creation of the 996, Porsche was known for its glorious air-cooled flat 6 engines. However, with the introduction of the 996 Porsche decided to switch things up a little.  
United States of America
£ 41,294.86
(€ 48,505.14)
($ 55,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1962 Parilla 250 Grand Sport


Like many of Europe’s now-famous motorcycle manufactures, the story of Parilla begins largely in the rubble leftover from the travesties of World War II. The companies founder Giovanni Parrilla came from a family with deep mechanical background and took to the business of designing and building motorcycles with natural ease. Dropping a single “r” from his name, Giovanni and the newly founded Parilla Moto company wasted no time after the closing of hostilities, producing their first racing variant motorcycle in October of 1946.  
United States of America
£ 26,278.55
(€ 30,866.91)
($ 35,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1963 Aermacchi 250 CRTT


The 1963 Aermacchi-Harley Davidson 250 CRTT is powered by an air-cooled, horizontal single-cylinder 4-stroke engine with a Dell’Orto carburetor putting out 250cc (35 HP) through a five-speed, chain drive transmission. The motorcycle is built on a tubular spine frame with telescopic front forks and a swingarm rear. While there are no concrete production numbers, early Aermacchi-Harley Davidson motorcycles are increasingly scarce and hard to find.
United States of America
£ 11,262.23
(€ 13,228.68)
($ 15,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1966 BMW R69S


Arguably the most famous BMW sporting bike of the late twentieth century, the BMW R/69S was the evolution of nearly a half-century of BMW powertrain R&D. The R69S’s story starts in the 1920s when BMW head of design Max Friz sought to improve the performance and cooling of the brand’s small motorcycle engines.
United States of America
£ 15,767.13
(€ 18,520.15)
($ 21,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1915 Harley-Davidson 11F Twin


Although in their early years, Harley-Davidson cut their teeth in the world of motorcycles by producing small single-cylinder engines, it was the introduction of the 45 degree V-twin engine that would leave its mark and make Harley-Davidson the worldwide name they are today. The company began experimenting with attaching 2 single-cylinder engines together on a common crank as early as 1907.
United States of America
£ 75,081.56
(€ 88,191.17)
($ 100,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1913 Harley-Davidson 9B Single Cylinder Board Track Racer


Closing in on 12 decades of business, the Harley-Davidson name now has quite a bit of history behind it. Completing their first prototype in 1903, the company grew fast in a world new to and starved for cheap mechanized transport. They completed the construction of their first factory in 1906 with approximately 50 machines rolling off their assembly lines that year.
United States of America
£ 37,540.78
(€ 44,095.59)
($ 50,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1970 Porsche 914-6


Chassis # 9140432050 / Engine # 6405316 Finished In Its Original Colors Of Canary Yellow Over Black Interior. Originally Purchased Through Vasek Polak And Showing Just 3 Owners From New. Recent Thorough Mechanical Restoration. Includes Original Factory Manuals, Tools, Targa Top, And Available Restoration Receipts.
United States of America
£ 82,589.71
(€ 97,010.29)
($ 110,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1966 Austin-Healey 3000 MK III


Chassis # HBJ8L34415 Engine # 29KRUM16946 An Excellent Example Sporting An Older Nut-And-Bolt Restoration. Finished In Attractive Healey Blue With Cream Coves. Continuously Maintained With Recent Full Engine Rebuild. Includes BMIHT Heritage Certificate & Documentation.
United States of America
£ 71,327.48
(€ 83,781.61)
($ 95,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2003 Porsche 911 Turbo "X50"


Chassis # WP0AB29923S686871. Finished In Rare Zanzibar Red. Two-Owners & 22,235 Miles From New. Optioned With $17,700 X50 Power Package Increasing HP To 450. Extensive Records From New Including Original Tourist Delivery And Purchase Documents. Sale Includes Original Books, Window Sticker, Factory Tool Kit, Air Pump, Service Documents And More.
United States of America
Price On Request
+ (610) 716.2331

1950 Ford Custom Club Coupe Rally Car


The car on offer here, Chassis #MPC723418B156, is a 1950 Ford Custom Club Coupe and is somewhat of a spiritual successor to those courageous Ford V-8s who took on the Carrera Panamericana all those years ago. With the expense of construction, development, and modification thrown entirely out the window between 1995 and 1997, this car was fitted with all of the vital rallying equipment.
United States of America
£ 33,786.70
(€ 39,686.03)
($ 45,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom I


The Phantom I on offer here, chassis #79OR, is a 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Imperial False Cabriolet by Hibbard & Darrin. Construction of #79OR utilized the Sylentlyte body technique on the longest chassis, The Sylentlyte technique uses cast aluminum for the body structure instead of the wood that would traditionally be used, which was an exclusive crafting technique to Hibbard & Darrin at the time.
United States of America
£ 131,392.73
(€ 154,334.55)
($ 175,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1999 Ferrari 355 F1 Spider


This particular example, Chassis # ZFFXR48A2X0113081, is a 1999 Ferrari F355 Spider, the model’s last production year. The exterior is finished in Nero Black and is complemented by the Red leather interior. According to our research, this is a two-owner car that was sold new in Florida in July of 1998 before making its way to Pennsylvania in January of 2002. The odometer currently reads just over 17,000 miles but the car itself is in immaculate condition.
United States of America
£ 82,589.71
(€ 97,010.29)
($ 110,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1989 Ferrari 328 GTS


This particular example, Chassis # ZFFXA20A0K0079397, is a 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS finished in Rosso Corsa (305/C) over Tan. Among collector car circles, 1989 328 is often referred to as the most desirable production year featuring convex wheels, ABS, prancing horse emblem on the mirrors, and a few other nuanced features specific to 1989 production.
United States of America
£ 78,835.64
(€ 92,600.73)
($ 105,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1955 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1


Making its debut at the 1952 London Motor Show, the Healey 100 was one of the most raved about cars of its time. It spurred such a ruckus amongst enthusiasts that the acting director of Austin, Leonard Lord, took enough interest to add “Austin” in front of the name through a partnership deal proposed by Donald Healey. This stellar, late production 1955 Austin-Healey 100-4 BN1, Chassis #BNIL 221406, is a matching numbers example that shows less than 48,000 miles on its odometer.
United States of America
£ 71,327.48
(€ 83,781.61)
($ 95,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

2009 Cadillac XLR-V Roadster


The XLR-V on offer here, chassis #1G6YX36D195600684 is a 2009 Cadillac XLR-V with 28,295 miles. This XLR-V is finished in Cyber Gray over cashmere with all the interior Alcantara deleted. This is believed to be the only one of the 239 produced in 2009 finished this way, making it a 1 of 1 example. This example shows a clean CarFax with only 2 owners from new and showing regular service and maintenance.
United States of America
£ 60,065.25
(€ 70,552.94)
($ 80,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1961 Ferrarina TR250 Child's Car


For the lucky children out there who have been fortunate enough to climb behind the wheel of these miniature vehicles, the feeling of freedom behind the wheel is learned early in life. Mashing the gas and sawing the wheel back and forth surely engrains in an impressionable child the many merits of motoring. These cars are a very important first step into the automotive world, and while many different kinds of these miniature amalgamations exist, few hold such a significant space in automotive history as this 1961 Ferrarina TR1 250.
United States of America
£ 63,819.32
(€ 74,962.50)
($ 85,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1954 Jaguar XK120 SE FHC


This 1954 Jaguar XK120 SE Fixed Head Coupe, chassis #S680947, was completed in Coventry, England in the final year of production before the updated XK140 was released. First and foremost, this example does not retain its original engine, #W9554-8 is an original type motor, but the original engine number according to the JDHT Certificate is W7850-8S.
United States of America
£ 56,311.17
(€ 66,143.38)
($ 75,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331

1938 Brough Superior SS80 Deluxe & Petrol Tube Sidecar


This example on offer here, U.K. Registration EOC 249 and chassis # M8/I997 is a 1938 Brough Superior SS80 “De Luxe” equipped with its original Brough Superior ‘petrol tube’ sidecar, chassis no.178. This very special sidecar consists of a single tube frame, containing a 1.5-gallon reserve, handy for those longer trips. This example is matching numbers, with the engine correctly stamped BS/X 4691, which is shown in the numerous historical documents included with this stunning motorcycle.
United States of America
£ 131,392.73
(€ 154,334.55)
($ 175,000.00)
+ (610) 716.2331