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1960 Fiat Jolly 600 - $75,000.001960 Fiat Jolly 600 - $75,000.00

Recent restoration on this beautiful rare Jolly. Pristine condition, ready to enjoy. Excellent opportunity on this rare original Jolly.  This vehicle is at auction this weekend March 22,2013 in Ft Lauderdale, at American Auctions by RM Auctions Please call for more info: 540-845-5668


2002 Toyota MR2 Spydr - $18,9992002 Toyota MR2 Spydr - $18,999

Beautiful 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder with only 25,000 original miles. This rare Electric Green with Oak leather interior is absolutely stunning.

This MR2 is equipped with the amazing sequential manual transmission, leather seats and door trim, and factory installed carbon fiber dash by Acculaser - As shown on the original window sticker! This MR2 runs flawlessly, new tires, top in new condition and best of all, gets 30+ MPG. With the original mileage and condition, this is truly a possible collectors item to enjoy. Also comes with all manuals, door remote, and factory MR2 floor mats. This is an amazing example of Toyota Engineering.

Elite Classics, LLC is a Virginia dealer #41621 and is located in historic Fredericksburg. Processing fee of 500.00 and required taxes and tags applicable. Car is for sale locally.

 Please call for more info: 540-845-5668


1964 21 Window Volkswagen Bus - $55,0001964 21 Window Volkswagen Bus - $55,000

Rare bus with many upgrades. Recent prices skyrocketing. Great investment opportunity. Original owners manual and warranty card! Please call for more info: 540-845-5668


2004 Porsche 911 2004 Porsche 911

Pristine example of this limited production 911. Only 20,000 original miles. No disappointments! Comes with all service records and Porsche Anniversary Luggage (unused and rare). Please call for more info: 540-845-5668


1952 Buick Super Convertible - $59,990.001952 Buick Super Convertible - $59,990.00

Beautiful example of automotive art. This Buick is ready to be enjoyed and is in 100% excellent condition. Rare example fully restored, ready for show trophies or parades. Please call for more info. 540-845-5668


1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe - $149,000.001965 Shelby Daytona Coupe - $149,000.00

During much of Carroll Shelby’s racing career against Ferrari, he realized that drastic measures were needed. He asked Pete Brock to pen a low drag coupe body. The first Cobra coupe was completed in 1964. In February, the prototype made it’s racing debut at the Daytona 2000km race, where it received the name ‘Daytona Coupe’. Shelby then commissioned Carrozzeria Grandsport in Modena, Italy to body the following Daytona Coupes. They made subtle modifications to the windshield and roof. Back in the United States Shelby American was well under way with the development of a heavily revised big-block engined version of the Daytona Coupe.

In their second year of competition the Daytona’s were strong favorites to win the championship. The Cobra Daytona’s dominated with wins at Daytona, Sebring, the Nurburgring and Reims. After less than two, highly successful, years the Cobra Daytona project came to an end. Shelby turned his attention to the Ford GT40, Pete Brock continued to design and engineer race cars. Today, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe ranks as one of the most desirable racing cars in the world. Recently the Brock and Shelby sanctioned replica has become available for us to experience the thrills of driving an American Legend.

This 2007 Superformance Continuance ~ 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe is not a kit car. It is the design and motor that Pete Brock always wanted. A Roush 427 Motor, turning out 555 horsepower, takes this impressive car wherever you can imagine. The Daytona is an amazing performer, capable of speeds over 200mph. This 1965 Shelby attention getter is great on the streets and with the racing heritage to make this coupe one of the most beautiful designs in all of automobile and racing history.


1968 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427/435 - $55,000.001968 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427/435 - $55,000.00

Very few vehicles elicit the same respect and attention as the Chevrolet Corvette. The ‘Vette’ is a symbol of childhood dreams and grown up triumph. The Corvette is the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. A high performance and dynamic car, this vehicle stands for excellence as an icon.

The third generation of Corvettes began in 1968 and lasted 15 years. The body style was new, designed after the Bill Mitchell’s ‘Mako Shark II’ concept vehicle of 1965. In 1968, the coupe and convertible were once again offered. The first T-tops were introduced on this model coupe as two removable panels, while the convertible stowed its top under a hinged hard cover. The Corvette coupe showcased swooping buttresses on both sides of a tunneled-in rear window. Selling a total of 9,936 coupes and 18,630 convertibles, the 1968 Corvette achieved another record year.

A V-8 big block 427cc, one of the options of this model, powers this ultimate muscle car to over 435hp. A three-speed Turbo Hydro-Matic transmission was featured in the 1968 models to improve performance and fuel efficiency. As a rare find, this Corvette has numbers matching drive train and a full tank sticker. Make your dreams come true with this American classic car.


1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible - $75,000.001968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible - $75,000.00

Very few vehicles elicit the same respect and attention as the Chevrolet Corvette. The ‘Vette’ is a symbol of childhood dreams and grown up triumph. The Corvette is the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. A high performance and dynamic car, this vehicle stands for excellence as an icon.

The third generation of Corvettes began in 1968 and lasted 15 years. The body style was new, designed after the Bill Mitchell’s ‘Mako Shark II’ concept vehicle of 1965. In 1968, the coupe and convertible were once again offered. The first T-tops were introduced on the coupe as two removable panels, while the convertible stowed its top under a hinged hard cover. Selling a total of 9,936 coupes and 18,630 convertibles, the 1968 Corvette achieved another record year.

A V-8 big block 427cc, one of the options of this model, powers this ultimate muscle car to over 435hp. A three-speed Turbo Hydro-Matic transmission was featured in the 1968 models to improve performance and fuel efficiency. As a rare find, this Corvette has numbers matching drive train and a partial tank sticker. Make you dreams come true with the purchase of this special convertible ‘Vette’ that has been NCRS Nationally Judged.


2001 Plymouth Prowler Black Tie Edition - $42,500.002001 Plymouth Prowler Black Tie Edition - $42,500.00

Own a piece of history with this rare find, the Black Tie Edition Plymouth Prowler. The Prowler first appeared as a concept car at the 1993 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The designer has signed this collector car, and ‘Doctor Ru’ Kutey hand serial numbered the rear deck pin striping. Each Prowler is hand-made, not manufactured by production line. This Black Tie Special Edition is #135 out of 162 created with less than 2,000 original miles.

Featuring a 3.5-liter 24-valve sequential multi-point electronic fuel injection, 60-degree single overhead cam, this all-aluminum V-6 engine will produce 253 horsepower at 6400rpm. In addition, Prowler’s electronic four-speed rear-wheeled drive features an AutoStick shifter, which allows the driver to shift gears by simply tapping the gear lever. For safety they included 4 wheel anti-lock disc brakes. This vehicle is fully loaded from the factory with air conditioning, power windows, power lock, tilt steering, cruise control, CD changer, factory chrome wheels and black leather interior.

The two-seat roadster is fun to drive, has great performance and razor sharp handling. It is a head turning vehicle wherever driven or shown. The last Prowler was manufactured in February 2002. As a modern day hot rod, Plymouth Prowler is an instant classic.


1966 GT Mustang Coupe - $19,500.001966 GT Mustang Coupe - $19,500.00

The 1966 GT Mustang Coupe is the best selling Mustang of all time. Ford broke the 1,000,000 Mustang mark in 1966 – 18 months after it’s introduction. This Mustang has been graded auto ‘A code’. This GT Coupe is in excellent condition. The body has recently received $32,000 of restorations. All receipts and history are available.

The 1966 coupe changed just a bit from the 1965 models, with a grille that had a running pony inside the corral free-floating on horizontal grille bars. The interior instrument panel was redesigned around 5 round gauges, replacing the panel borrowed from the Falcon for previous model years. The coupes equipped with the high-performance 289 engines featured a special Hi-Po 289 emblem on the fenders. An automatic transmission became available for these “Hi-Po” V-8’s.


1961 Fiat 600 Jolly - $75,000.001961 Fiat 600 Jolly - $75,000.00

Also known as, “La Spiaggina” which translates to “Beach-ette”

“The Fiat Beach Buggy”

The Fiat 600 was both designed and built in Italy by Ghia between 1955 – 1969. Featuring wicker seats, the 600 Jolly models are unlike the 500 models due to its water-cooled engine. They also included 3-synchro 4-speed transaxles. Suspension was a unique single double-mounted leafspring—which acts as a stabilizer. The cabin heater is another option that the 500 did not include.


1960 Fiat 500 Jolly - $57,775.001960 Fiat 500 Jolly - $57,775.00

1959 Fiat Jolly 500 - $52,000.001959 Fiat Jolly 500 - $52,000.00

“The Fiat Beach Buggy" (aka "The Fiat Jolly")

Marketed worldwide as the “Jolly” it was meant as something light, fun, funny, and pretty in several languages. The car was quite expensive and was bought by the rich and famous as yacht tenders, golf carts and estate runabouts. It was a favorite with the Riviera crowd. As a result most surviving examples have low mileage. This model Jolly has had a complete and meticulous frame off rotisserie restoration.

The Fiat specifications included cut down sides and windshield, a striped and fringed surrey top and chromed body pipe work. They were available in pink, coral, white, pale yellow, and sky blue. Weighing in at a mere 1,050 pounds the Jolly could actually accomplish speeds of 59 mph with gas mileage of 52mpg. The “cuteness” factor of a one of a kind Jolly has certainly made it a favorite in the world of micro-car collectibles.

The Fiat Jolly was sold in the USA during 1958 – 1961. The body was both designed and built by Ghia around a 479 cc 2-cylinder engine. It is an adorable variant on Fiat’s Nuova 500, which was introduced in 1955 as a replacement for the legendary 500 Topolino. The performance of the Nuova’s 13 hp air-cooled 2-cylinder engines compared favorably with the Topolino’s 4 cylinder 17 horses. It is a compliment to any collection of six figure Italian cars. 


 2009 Ford Mustang "BULLITT"-

 2009 Mustang Bullitt

2009 Ford Mustang "BULLITT"- Rare Limited Edition Highland Green Bullitt, only 635 produced in 2009! With only 1700 original miles this Bullitt is a must for the Mustang Enthusiast or Collector. Rare factory options including HID Headlamps and GT Security Package as well as extremely rare and documented dealer installed Mobile Ease Hands Free and Triptunestm Advance. Transferrable Ford Premium ESP Warranty valid until 08/29/2015 or 36,000 miles. All Documentation including Original Window Sticker and original Bill Of Sale. This Bullitt is in absolute Pristine condition and would be a great addition to any collection! One of the most limited, lowest mileage Bullitt available today.

 

SOLD 1951 Classic Fiat Topolino

 

"Adorable, Nostalgic"

Own an Italian Collector Car! The Fiat Topolino was produced from 1936 – 1955 by Italian icon Giovanni Agnelli. It became the only car in history to be named by the public, after the Italian people fell in love with Walt Disney’s “Mickey Mouse.” Topolino translates to “little mouse,” although nowhere in Fiat literature does the word Topolino appear.

Many young men enjoyed racing the Topolino in the Mille Miglia as a rite of passage. They were considered the backbone of the race for years. It has a gearbox with 4 forward speeds and reverse with silent third and synchromesh for quick engagement of 3rd and 4th speeds. It gets 56 miles to the gallon and has a top speed of 60 mph. This Topolino has a removable hard top, to give you a convertible feel.

These cars were never sold new in North America and are the most recognized automobile in Italy. This rare 1951 Topolino contains 100 percent original metal. The Topolino is one of the most desired model cars and would be an exceptional addition for any collector or museum.

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1969 Chevrolette RS/SS 396 Camaro

1970 Dodge Challenger

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2001 BMW Z8

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1966 GT Mustang Coupe