The E46 BMW M3 CSL E46 is probably the finest M3 ever produced.
With just 1,800 miles on the clock, this rare Ferrari Superamerica will attract a lot of attention .
The Ferrari Testarossa looked like a supercar but drove like a luxury GT .
This soccer star held on to this Aston Martin V8 Volante for 15 years.
The model was built in 2017 and features a 4.2-liter straight-six with 345 hp.
Just 80 units of the Lamborghini Diablo GT were ever produced.
The bus served Mount Rainier National Park and has recently been restored.
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.
You may hate the way the SZ looks, but not the way it drives.
This Lamborghini Miura was originally painted white and has 29,000 miles on the clock.
This 1990 Mustang Convertible has 1,300 miles on the clock and a $35,000 asking price.
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.
Jaguar says it can even stamp the original serial number on the engine.
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.
The Torano A9X was limited to 405 examples, and just 100 were hatchbacks.