Roslyn Harbor, NY - Oct 4, 2019

1970 Dodge Challenger

First generation Challengers were built using the Chrysler E platform it shared with the Barracuda, and these muscle cars had the Mustang and the Camaro squarely in their sights. With the 440 six-pack option pushing 390 HP, the factory console-shifted Turbo—Hydramatic cars like this one could also receive an optional “Track Pack” Dana 60 rear […]

1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS

Porsche’s 1973 Carrera RS has become one of the most sought-after sports cars to emerge from the fabled German automaker. Using the 911S Coupe as a starting point, the Porsche Competition Department created two versions of the Carrera RS, with the Lightweight intended for competition use and the Touring version like this car (M472) offered […]

1970 Land Rover Series IIA Santana

By 1970, the classic Land Rover of the 40’s and 50’s had been upgraded in both style and performance, and this fantastic matching numbers example exhibits all those developments. The head lamps were moved out wide, the cabin ventilation improved, and power brakes were added, but one thing did not change – the rugged durability […]

1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1969 Plymouth Road Runner scored Motor Trend’s Car of the Year award, blending legendary MOPAR horsepower with a no frills cabin that was nicknamed the “Taxi-cab Interior” for it’s simplicity and durability. This example is simply immaculate, with just 10 since a rotisserie restoration done to a very high level. Open the hood and […]

2014 Porsche 918 Spyder

The Porsche 918 Spyder is one of the first vehicles ever to combine earth-shattering hypercar performance with fuel-saving hybrid technology. All new for 2014, the 918 Spyder offers two seats, a removable roof, all-wheel drive and a mid-engine design with a 608 HP V-8 supplemented by two electric motors. This car is well documented as […]

1968 Land Rover Series IIA Santana

Spanish firm Santana built Land Rovers under license in Spain for many years, and they were sold throughout Central and South America with great success. Originally conceived in 1948 as a light military vehicle patterned after the Willys Jeep, by 1968, the 2.25 liter inline 6 made a “Landy” one of the most durable and […]

2005 Dodge Viper

Every generation has a car that represents the very best of an era, and for the decade of the 2000’s, the premiere choice for any gear head is the Dodge Viper, and in particular, the Series 3 SRT10 that we have here today. By 2005, power was up to 500 HP, yet the Dodge engineers […]

1985 Porsche 911

Porsche’s philosophy of continuous development has taken the 911 from it’s first version in 1963, which was exciting to drive but also quite spartan, to the car’s heyday in the 80’s, when it became the state of the art sports car for an entire generation. A Concours condition 911 like this is a rare find, […]

2015 BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) Mono

Finished in Black with exposed Carbon Fiber lower, the Mono has barely been driven by one previous owner. It is in pristine condition inside and out, and ready for its new home. The Mono uses carbon fiber composite construction over a steel chassis (with FIA compliant rollover structure) inspired by the construction principles employed in […]

2017 Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4

Only 20 Centenario Coupes And 20 Centenario Roadsters Were Created For The Entire World. The Owners Had To Go Through A Selection Process To Be Offered The Vehicle. There Was Only One Option, Full Body Visible Carbon Fiber Bodywork And This Car Has That Option. Only 6 Centenario Coupes Came To The North American Region. […]

2012 Fisker Karma Signature Edition

The Fisker Karma was a daring attempt to enter the developing virgin market of eco-conscious electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles by Henrik Fisker. Henrik Fisker is a famed automotive designer responsible for gorgeous vehicles such as the BMW Z8 and the Aston Martin DB9. Fisker was named one of the 10 greatest designers in automotive […]

1966 Chevrolet Corvette

If you want to tickle a Corvette enthusiasts’s fancy, just read down the list of this amazing C2’s features – starting, of curse, with a numbers-matching 427/425 HP V-8 engine and a factory 4-speed manual transmission. It’s a Big Brake/Big Tank car from the factory, and just 1 of 382 built with these options plus […]

2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

Alfa Romeo has always represented the intersection of striking design and incredible performance, and the 8C spawned a new era in 2006 at the Paris Motor Show. Inspired by great Alfa like the 33 Stradale and the Guilia TZ, it’s a seductive blend of technology and classic good looks. Finished in Rosso Competizione over the […]

2011 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

The SVT series of Mustangs were proudly hand-built by trained technicians in the Romeo plant near Detroit, Michigan to a level of quality unattainable in an assembly-line situation. This immaculate one-owner GT500 sports just 6,840 careful miles from new, and features both the SVT Performance and Technology packages, which include a new aluminum-block supercharged V-8 […]

2007 Ferrari 599 GTB

By continuing their strong legacy of front-engined V-12 Berlinettas, Ferrari surpassed its already superb 575 Maranello by producing what is widely considered the last great analog Ferrari, the 599 GTB. This lovely black over silver example features the Scuderia shields, a Tubi exhaust, and the embroidered Daytona seats every Ferrari enthusiast wants to see. At […]

1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS

The Ferrari Dino was named in honor of Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredino, who designed a dual overhead-camshaft V-6 engine for both road and racing use, before tragically passing away from muscular dystrophy at the age of 24. The Dino 246 GTS (or Spyder) version was first presented to the public at the 1972 Geneva International […]