The Web’s Coolest Cars For Sale Now

From a 911 Carrera RS restomod to a high-mileage Packard from 1947, there’s something for everyone’s taste. is starting a new weekly series, which joins our successful rubric for concept cars. Every Friday we’ll share with you the coolest cars we’ve found for sale that week from all over the world, and will add them to the cars that we’ve picked in previous weeks and are still not sold.

We’re constantly finding the coolest, rarest, most expensive rides for sale, so we thought we’d share. We also have incredible listings on our sister sites, MotorGT and AutoClassics, to sift through. They feature the world’s best exotics and classic cars for sale, respectively.

1969 Porsche 911 Carrera RS – $100,000

Wondering why this classic 911 Carrera RS is so cheap? Well, it’s hiding a secret – it’s not actually an original, factory-made RS, but a professional conversion. Based on a 911 S from 1969 in perfect condition, the vehicle has gone through an extensive rebuilt in accordance with the Carrera RS specification.

The seller explains it has new brakes and tires, and a five-speed manual gearbox. Clear from rust and “very nice and authentic vehicle with great charisma and impressive performance.” Well, the only thing we don’t agree with is the “authentic” part, but nevertheless the car looks really cool.

More details – here.

1964 Volkswagen 21 Window Bus – $39,500

I know, I know. It’s all rust. But isn’t this the perfect way to start your first full restoration adventure? Think of it as a project with a low investment price and a lot of potential. It’s missing the engine, but four-cylinder boxers from that era are still easy to be found today. The seller says he can help with shipping, so why are you still waiting?

More details – here.

2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith – $199,999

Finding a sub-200,000$ modern Rolls is not an easy task these days, but this Wraith from 2014 is quite a good vehicle with its only 19,676 miles (31,665 km). It is nicely equipped with a number of optional factory features, including starlight headliner, front ventilated and massage seats, and adaptive headlights.

More details – here.

1972 Ferrari 246GT Dino – $249,500

According to the seller, this is “an extremely desirable European-specification” Dino in dark blue. The car has been under the same ownership for the last two decades, and still runs and drives perfectly. Despite its overall great condition, it is in need of some loving, like minor cosmetic procedures.

More details – here.

1978 Saab 99 Turbo – $11,000

And finally something we can, hopefully, all afford. A lovely 99 Turbo with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine under the hood, driving the front wheels through a four-speed manual.

Currently located in New Jersey, the car is equipped with Euro-spec headlights, which have been mounted during a full body respray in 1984. The interior looks great thanks to the recently rebuilt seats with red leather.

More details – here.

2010 Spyker C8 – $369,900

This New York-based Spyker C8 is one of the coolest supercars from the current decade. The seller claims it’s the most optioned Spyker ever built and is one of one in white pearl metallic. It comes nicely equipped with air conditioning, Koni suspension, iPod stereo integration, power assisted brakes and steering, and more.

In addition to the Audi-sourced 4.2-liter V8 under the hood, you’ll also get all the original books, window stickers, and keys. And why is the latter important? Because a single key fob for this car costs $3,500.

More details – here.

2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante – $313,000

This is virtually a brand new Huracan Performante, which can save you at least $8,000 from the showroom price. Needless to say, it’s in pristine condition and requires no repairs or upgrades. It’s a fully loaded example with race seats with “no weakness.” Listed two months ago, the car is currently located in Florida.

More details – here.

2017 Ferrari F12berlinetta 70th Anniversary – $599,995

This is a nearly brand new F12berlinetta produced last year. It’s far from being just a regular model, because it is created to mark the 70th anniversary of the Prancing Horse marque and features a distinctive exterior paint scheme inspired by the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa.

With only 524 miles (843 km) on the odometer, this F12berlinetta is located in Houston and is offered for $599,995.

More details – here.

2003 Caterham Seven Clubsport Convertible – $44,950

Based on the Lotus Seven, the Clubsport Convertible actually doesn’t share even a single part with the original Lotus product. This particular example has a two-tone paint job with Spruce Green main color and a yellow nose.

It’s a U.S.-spec, LHD unit with a 1.8-liter Ford-sourced gasoline engine, mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. With less than 500 original miles (310 km), it is currently available for $44,950.

More details – here.

1983 Toyota FJ40 – $72,000

This is fully restored example of the cool FJ40, produced by Toyota between 1960 and 1984. It’s a true body-on-frame SUV, featuring a “nostalgic” AC, a Toyota AM/FM cassette player, power steering, front disc branes, and rear jump seats.

The original drivetrain of the off-roader has been completely rebuilt from A to Z, the seller explains, and “the venerable 2F engine runs great!” The restoration has been performed by the experts at House of Cruisers.

More details – here.

1981 BMW M1 – $875,000

One of the rarest models in the history of BMW with only 453 examples produced, the M1 is undoubtedly one of the coolest sports cars of all time. This specific car hasn’t been offered for sale for over 30 years and has covered only about 8,000 miles. All the components, including the body details, engine, transmission, and interior, are in original condition and work as they should.

Under the hood is the legendary 3.5-liter straight-six BMW engine, producing 274 horsepower (204 kilowatts) and 243 pound-feet (330 Newton-meters). The car can be shipped all over the world and comes with all the original papers and accessories.

More details – here.

1960 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster – $1.17 million

This gorgeous piece of automotive history is currently located in Germany and is in completely original condition. The photos show the leather seats and dashboard need some attention, but the car is in generally good shape and is one of the cheapest 300 SL Roadsters on sale today.

Born in March 1960, the roadster has covered less than 45,000 miles. Power comes from a straight-six 3.0-liter engine, good for 215 horsepower (158 kilowatts), mated to a four-speed manual gearbox.

More details – here.

1972 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible – $8,000

This is a really cheap example of the seventh generation Eldorado Convertible with a massive 8.2-liter V8 engine under the hood, mated to a three-speed automatic. It’s still in original condition with 98,000 miles on the odometer.

The seller explains the car belongs to his uncle, who “bought something better suited for him.” It’s definitely not in a show condition, but all chrome and glass parts, as well as the paint, are nice. It got a new convertible top last summer, as well as new seats and carpet a couple of years ago.

More details – here.

1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper Eight Touring Sedan – $49,900

Here’s an even older an even cheaper car. This beautiful Packard has received a full professional restoration and has just been released from nearly 25 years of collector ownership.

One of only 5,690 cars ever made, this particular example has 85,166 miles (137,061 kilometers) on the clocks and is in virtually pristine condition. Car comes with original owner’s manual and full service history.

More details – here.

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato – price on application

This is an extensively restored example of the rare Giulietta Sprint Zagato. The restoration process includes full suspension rebuild, Koni shock absorbers, new front sway bar, new Watts linkage, new oil cooler and lines, and all-new intake tubing. The result is a stunning sports coupe from the 1960s, one of only 160 ever built, with an all-aluminum body, shaped by Zagato.

Source: Motor1


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