2008 Roush 427R Trak Pak Mustang

Trak Pak option was a one year only production run. This is build #11 of 100 and the only Vista Blue/Red combo produced.

V8 427R TrakPak supercharged engine, 5 speed manual transmission, power steering, cruise control, full custom roush leather interior, shaker 500 sound system, 6 CD changer, MP3 ready, custom oil pressure and water temp gauges, AC and heater, tilt steering wheel, security equipped, power seats, power windows, large slotted brake rotors, roush large calipers, lowered body kit, custom front grille, Roush alloy 18 inch wheels, P275/40ZR18 tires, rear spoiler, odo: 82,000, asking $27,500

1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III 2 Dr Coupe

460ci/365HP 4 barrel big block V8, automatic.   86,632 miles.  White with green interior and green painted top.  Solid car, long time well known local family ownership since 1973 it appears.  Still has the original build sheet!  Car has been in storage for a number of years, so I’d recommend key systems be checked before any real road use.  The engine starts and runs strong.  The car is not perfect, but a good solid car to enjoy and fix up as a new owner would like.  These cars are increasing in value and becoming real collector cars.  Haggerty Valuation Guide puts the values between $5900 – $36,500.  NADA Classic Car Value Guide range is similar $9460 – $39,710!  Asking $5500 obo

Collectable 1975 Fiat X1/9 Bertone “Survivor”


These Italian mid-engine sports cars are becoming rarer and harder to find.  This is a nice example of an original X1/9.  Yellow with brown/tan interior.   The car has been sitting for some time but starts and runs.   Removable Targa top.   Has new alternator.  The car had previously been fitted with an aftermarket electric fuel pump and performance exhaust headers, however the car comes with the original equipment exhaust if a new owner ever wants to put it back to full stock.  There are some minor spots of rust and some dings here and there but for a nearly 35 year original old car it presents itself nicely.  I suggest the systems be gone through or checked before any serious road trips are undertaken.   These cars are going up in value lately, this is a unique opportunity to purchase an Italian sports car designed by a famous car designer, Bertone, at a very reasonable price.   NADA Classic Car Guide shows the values between $4500 to $21,800!   Hagerty Valuation Guide shows similar valuation range.  This original survivor sports car is being offered at $3,500 obo.

Rare 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible!

Fully restored, magnificent collector car.  The car has the classic Ford Flathead V8 engine with a “3 on the tree” 3 speed manual transmission. Previous owner claims it was a show winner at prestigious car show back in Indiana, but we haven’t been able to confirm that.  However the condition would be consistent with the claim!   Features original wide whitewall  tires, beautiful maroon outside paint with tank convertible top.  Maroon interior.  This car is fun and attracts a lot of attention when she runs down the road.  Very solid fun all original collectible car.  Cars in this condition are valued at over $60,000 according to NADA Classic Car valuation Guide and the Hagerty Valuation Guide.  You can own investment automobile for only $37,500.

Classic 1975 Mercedes Benz 450SL.

Mercedes SL’s are increasingly being sought after and the values continue to rise.  This is a example of the classic pagoda era SL’s.   It has classic Mercedes silver exterior paint with the blue interior.  It has both a hard top and the soft top.  Has the 4.5L V8 with an automatic.  This is a nice ”driver” car that can be enjoyed as it is or you can spend some time and a little $ and make closer to a show car.  The car runs down the road comfortably and feels solid.   The Odometer shows 53,000 miles.    Soft top cloth should be replaced if one desired.

Ferrari 308 GTSi


Stunning  example of a classic mid-engined Ferrari.  V8 5-Speed manual transmission. This car is a 1980 example.  It features beautiful new fresh Ferrari red paint (properly done with the old paint completely removed to bare metal—photos of the car before during and after available), original but very nice tan leather interior with period appropriate Blaupunkt stereo with cool separate stalk equalizer installed,  removable black targa top. Gets great attention when cruising down the road. The car had been in storage for nearly 20 years.  All fluids/fuel flushed and a complete service including filters, timing belts, plugs, injection system etc. replaced/checked/set.  The car is solid & tight on the road even though these are not the most powerful Ferrari out there, they are a great addition to anyone’s large or small collection.   These Ferrari’s are one of the last ones built where maintenance and service are accessible, easy, and can be done without engine/transmission removals making them in reach of more Ferrari fans!

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