1995 Dodge Viper R/T Emerald Green

1995 Dodge Viper R/T

1995 Dodge Viper R/T Emerald Green for sale

Found this American sports car being offered on craigslist looking for a new owner, as shown here is one private collection of the first owner, this final model of the first generation of the Dodge Viper produced in 1995 has also been a low production and unique vehicle.

Yes, this could be one remarkable example of the 1995 Dodge Viper RT/10 offered on the market today, very rarely used only 25000 miles on it. 2-door convertible finished in rare factory paint emerald green over grey leather and is powered by an 8.0-liter V10 transferred to the rear wheels by a six-speed manual transmission.

Interior 1995 Dodge Viper R/T

The photos show us, the interior is in like new condition, hard to find irregularities from here, especially for its age. Features bucket seats upholstered in grey leather, and the interior amenities hope all works properly including air conditioning, power door locks, also an AM/FM cassette stereo.

V10 Engine 1995 Dodge Viper R/T

The beast under the hood is a high-performance 8.0-liter V10 engine built by Lamborghini ordered by Chrysler for the Dodge Viper. The engine can produce 400 horsepower, only 4.2 seconds from zero to run 62 mph, and 165 mph top speed.

This 1995 Dodge Viper R/T 2-door convertible emerald green with gray interior looks more sedate, very well maintained and always stored. If you're interested come closer inspection is a must.



1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Perfect To Restore

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Good Base To Restore

Found this British sports car in original yellow paint over black leather being offered for sale by its owner asking for $16,500, located in central LA. As shown here is the 3rd generation GT version of the Spitfire known as GT6 MKIII released in 1971.

No words about rebuilding or refurbishing, seems like the original example of the Triumph GT6 1971 MK3 is on the market today. Powered by a 2.0-liter inline-six mated to a four-speed manual transmission with 94000 miles shown by the odometer, it could be a perfect base to restore.

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Interior

As you've seen here is a two-seater two-door fastback, with an original-rimmed steering wheel on wood-dash fronts, completely instrumentation consisting of a 160-mph speedometer, a tachometer, including a cassette stereo, and a radio. Overall the interior looks a good shape far from rotten or torn but needs a reupholstery job to be perfect.

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII engine

Very less info on the engine part, but it's a good angle view by photos, making it show well the engine detailed is a 2.0-liter inline-six claimed is run good and strong. Despite the fact, this is a non-runner, looks quite well cared for in its age. The engine side would be the main factor in what a wonderful survivor it appears to be. GT6s aren’t the most valuable British car you can buy, but this one looks perfect if you’re seeking a project that doesn’t have a lot of homework to sort out.



1983 DeLorean DMC-12 Low Miles


1983 DeLorean DMC-12 Low Miles for sale

Found this stainless steel on wheels with black leather upholstery being offered for sale by its owner asking for $100,000, located in California. As shown here is one icon of the American car designed by a rockstar named John DeLorean known as the DeLorean DMC-12 this remarkable example of the 1983 model powered by a 2.85-liter V6 paired with a five-speed manual transaxle just driven only 1543 miles, it could be a very good opportunity to collect.

DeLorean DMC-12 is John DeLorean dream sports car designed as the everlast sports car, featuring stainless steel body panels glued to a fiberglass frame, gullwing doors, a louvered rear window cover, and staggered-diameter alloy wheels. DeLorean DMC-12 was very popular in the 80s especially became the main actor as a time machine with Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in the trilogy Movies "Back to the Future 1, 2, 3" and the last decade "Back in Time" in 2015.



1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

1981 Ferrari 308 GTB For Sale

Found this classic European sports car offered on Craigslist about a month ago. As shown here the Ferrari 308 GTB is one of the dream cars for everyone out there, especially speed enthusiasts, quite rare in the US built by Italian manufacturer Ferrari and released in 1981, is the successor of the Dino 246 GT/GTS, a 2-seater sports car with V8 mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive layout designed by Pininfarina home design.

41-year-old car drives only 39800 miles since new, it could be one remarkable example of the 308 GTB on the market today. This a good chance for you to have one of the European dream cars in your garage.

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1981 Ferrari 308 GTB for sale

This European model 1981 Ferrari 308GTB is a stunner in red paint over a beige leather interior, and it’s made extra-special for being a European market example that likely offers some advantages of the performance sort over the standard U.S. model. The asking price is $75,555 and the superb condition.

Interior 1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

The beige interior shows exceptionally well in photos with clean surfaces and trim throughout, looks cool, and is very rarely used for its ages. The materials all have a good shape and are tidy. No words about rebuilding or mechanical issues so are in genuine condition and hope all panels, equipment, and features on the dash are still working properly, including air conditioning, a cassette stereo, and a radio.

engine 1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

The mid-mounted 2.9L quad-cam V8 is equipped with four twin-choke Weber 40DCNF carburetors and was factory rated at 240 horsepower mated with a 5-speed manual transmission, only 15 seconds from 0 to 100 mph and 159 mph for top speed. Despite no words about mechanical issues and unmodified, as always you should come to see for accurate condition.

1969 Rover 2000 Original Survivor


1969 Rover 2000 Original Survivor For Sale

Found this immaculate example of the British executive cars built by British Leyland (BL), under the Rover flag, being offered for sale on Craigslist asking $4,950 location at Tarzana, Los Angeles. It's ultra-rare in the US, especially in its condition, it could be a remarkable example of the 1969 Rover 2000 4-door Sedan.

The 53-year-old sedan is a highly original and complete survivor that runs and drives well with 64,000 original miles on it. The Interior is in remarkably good shape, with some retouching in its original color. This is a great chance if you want to grab a slice of British executive saloon goodness on the market today.