This 1993 Vector W8 was found in Lamborghini’s museum in Italy, titled to Lamborghini with quite the story to tell. This actual car was ‘Vector Aeromotive Corporation’ Founder & Chief Designer Gerald Wiegert’s own personal vehicle. Built in 1993, this 6.0L Twin Turbo V8 Vector W8 is chassis 17 of 18 ever built. ‘It was designed to be spacecraft for the street!’ designer Gerald Wiegert was quoted saying.


This rare 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS designed by Bill Mitchell runs on a 4-speed manual transmission powered by a 409 dual quad motor V8 and the dashboard features an Autronic-Eye headlamp dimmer system. The 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS, a classic American icon, epitomizes the golden era of muscle cars with its sleek and distinctive design. Its sporty Super Sport (SS) trim featured unique badges, a stylish interior, and performance enhancements, making it a coveted choice for enthusiasts.


This 1991 Mercedes 560SEC was originally owned by the actor, Ronald Lee Emery, who starred in Full Metal Jacket among other blockbuster movies. The car is an original factory AMG example purchased at Beverly Hills Mercedes and was commissioned to become an AMG by Beverly Hills Motors & Accessories in 1991. Upon the restoration, it was fitted with a 113 Supercharged drivetrain from an S55, along with a full chassis and suspension upgrade. The car has 580 horsepower but is meant to act as an everyday driver.


This 1982 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible is a two-door front engine, rear wheel drive luxury car. This particular example is presented in triple black. These grand tourers were hand built with out of this world luxury and craftmanship using the finest materials available at the time. Only 3,239 Corniche convertibles were ever made. The word "Corniche" derives it’s meaning from a winding road on the side of a cliff or mountain, and evokes the elegant French and Italian seaside resorts favored by wealthy, sophisticated travelers – in particular, the famous French Riviera.


The 1991 Mercedes 560SEC convertible was not offered by the factory. This vehicle is a Richard Straman conversion recently restored by CMS Motorsports and presented here in triple black with an AMG bodykit. The 1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC stands as a pinnacle of luxury and refinement in the automotive landscape. Exuding German engineering excellence, the 560SEC combines a powerful 5.6-liter V8 engine with a plush and sophisticated interior.


The Ford Ranchero seamlessly blended the styling of a classic American car with the practicality of a pickup truck, featuring a unique coupe-utility design and robust performance options for versatile driving experiences. This 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero, boasts recent enhancements such as front disc brakes, a CPP control arm kit, and various replacements. It also features a potent 302ci V8 with Edelbrock carburetor, rebuilt three-speed automatic transmission, Magnum 500-style wheels, B&M shifter, JVC CD stereo, and is presented in a sleek black finish over matching vinyl.


This 2000 Mercedes G500 Cabriolet is the V8 powered, open-top variant of the W463 G500 that was introduced in 1999. This luxury 2-door was offered on a short wheelbase and is powered by a 5.0L V8 engine, which was replaced by a 5.5L V8 from 2009. This model was phased out in 2013, and today holds a high premium on the market.


This 1993 Mercedes 500SEC AMG was commissioned by Shaquille O’Neal while playing for the Orlando Magic, and is known to be the first major purchase of his career. Because of the basketball star's size, a custom driver's seat frame was installed. The Mercedes 500SEC AMG, a product of the collaboration between Mercedes-Benz and the renowned tuning company AMG, is a performance-driven luxury coupe that made its mark in the automotive world. Produced in the late 1980s, this model boasts a robust 5.0-liter V8 engine enhanced by AMG's expertise. Distinguished by its aggressive body kit, larger wheels, and unique badging, this iconic car remains a sought-after classic, embodying the marriage of German engineering prowess and AMG's high-performance legacy.


During its development, Porsche made the decision to abandon this rear-wheel drive GT2 for motorsports use, instead focusing their concentration on competing with their new, naturally aspirated 911 GT3. At the 2002 Porsche GT2’s  launch, this road car was marketed as a civilized ultra high-performance road car that could cover continents – rather than a racer. This particular example is one of only 303 produced for the US. Launched in 2002, its body was based on the body of the 911 Turbo with a modified front bumper and modified air intakes along with additional air vents, an enlarged front splitter, side skirts which run into widened rear fenders, and a large, fixed rear wing. Its twin-turbo charged engine produced +10% more power than the 911 Turbo.

BMW E30 M3

This 1987 BMW E30 M3 is the very first BMW M3 model. The idea behind this car was to manufacture a racing sedan for the streets. It started rolling off the production line in 1986 and was a huge success – so much so that BMW sold 5000+ road legal copies of this racing car. Today, the M3, which is now into its 6th generation, continues to inspire and build upon its strengths. This particular vehicle is presented in Diamond Schwarz metallic.


To meet the minimum production requirements for its homologation in Group A racing, Volkswagen produced 5,000 vehicles of the ‘Rallye’ between 1989-1990. This 1989 Golf Rallye G60 was a syncro 4WD system, G-Lader supercharged version of their mk 2 Golf GTI with box-flared wheel arches and much more muscle. Its rectangular projector headlamps happen to be shared with the VW Jetta.

BMW E28 M5

When it was released, this sedan was the fastest on the planet. The 1989 BMW E28 M5 is one of the most iconic automobiles of all time and set the standard for what a big performance sedan should be. It has continued to be the benchmark in this category of sports cars to the present day. Equipped with a modified 3.5L 24V engine from the BMW M1, the M5 is the best evidence of what results when a dynamic sports car is combined with a luxury sedan rooted in comfort.


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