The Ferrari F430’s screaming 4.3-liter V8 is perfectly matched with a manual ‘box.
The concept debuted at the 2003 North American International Auto Show and previewed the fifth-generation Mustang.
This Ford GT Roadster prototype is one of just two still in existence.
ASC/McLaren specialized in turning American models into distinctive coupes and convertibles.
Despite that, the Toyota Supra’s 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder still runs.
This Lamborghini Miura was originally painted white and has 29,000 miles on the clock.
Bring a Trailer will continue to operate through its San Francisco HQ.
Who wouldn’t love a road trip in this massive dinosaur?.
The classic BMW M3 Evo II features a four-cylinder engine pumping out 217 hp.
This factory-backed Plymouth Road Runner was driven by Richard Petty.
If you’re looking for an E-Type with Ford V8 and a hidden gun compartment, look no further.
Mercedes-Benz only built 7,380 units of the iconic 450 SEL 6.9 super sedan.
It’ll cost you $22-33K to buy this 1996 Sport Spider, according to auction estimates.
Powering the Hartge E30 is a 2.8L six-cylinder with 210 hp and 199 lb-ft.
This gorgeous Ferrari Enzo has just 1,250 miles on its odometer .
Only 97 Audi S6 Plus sedans were made, and this one is for sale.
This low-mileage example might just be the perfect fifth-gen Ford Bronco.
The red 2018 Ford GT has never been registered and may fetch over $1 million.
The collection includes a 1936 Ford Deluxe, a 1960 Ford Thunderbird and a 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible.
This particular Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta had an MSRP of $403,036.