Up for sale is this 1985 Mercedes-Benz 380 SL, finished in Ivory with the Brazil Brown interior, This is a clean example of the legendary and enduring Mercedes Sport-Leicht sports cars. With just over 38,050 miles, this is an extremely low mileage example and all-original. This generation of SL, known by the chassis code R107, ran from 1971 to 1989, and came with a removavble hardtop along with the fabric convertible top. This SL was purchased and driven in Iowa and used only in the summer, as a weekend cruiser. Purchased by the current owner in 2015 with only 36k on the clock, it has only accumulated a little over 2,000 miles since then. This 380Sl comes complete with all original stickers and documentation, and comes with a clear Iowa title.
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Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for auction is this 1974 Ford Econoline Van with a Terrapin custom conversion, finished in black over a grey and black interior, powered by a 302 cubic inch V8 running through a three-speed manual transmission, with 874 miles showing on the clock. This van is an incredible example of the custom 70’s creations that were so popular at the time, produced by a well-known company specializing in these creations. What makes this example standout is it’s original condition, with less than 1,000 miles ever covered. This is not a restoration example, but a carefully preserved and unused original vehicle. The Econoline van this custom is based on was a popular starting point for these very personal expressions. The Van Life that is so popular lately really started here, when the idea of having a do it all vehicle meant taking all the luxuries of home with you. The 70’s era culture led to this sense of extroverted personal freedom that threw restraint out the window, and this example of that ethos is as perfect a usable time capsule as you could hope to find.
Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 2006 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible, finished in Blaze Crystal Red Pearl with a black fabric convertible top, over a black interior, powered by a 3.2 liter V6 running through a 6-speed manual transmission, and 23,812 miles on the clock. The brief but prolific partnership of the storied Chrysler and Daimler Benz companies produced some surprising platform sharing collaborations, which have gone overlooked and even forgotten. Some are better known, like the SUV chassis that produced both the Mercedes ML320 and the Jeep Grand Cherokee, or the sedan platform that was the Mercedes E320, and the Chrysler 300, AND the Dodge Charger/Magnum twins. But one of the more interesting twins were the Mercedes SLK two seat convertible, and this Chrysler Crossfire. While not sold in big quantities, this Crossfire used the SLK chassis with the 3.2 liter Mercedes corporate V6, and built in Germany by the coachbuilder Karmann. Only 780 of these 2006 Crossfire Roadsters were made, and with the manual transmission, this is a truly low-production car in excellent condition.
Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Tribute Coupe, finished in Fathom Green over a black interior, powered by a 454 cubic-inch V8 running through a four-speed manual transmission, with 86,021 miles on the clock. This week, Dream Cars is featuring some very clean examples of iconic coupes, from arguably their best generations. A couple are thoroughly restored, and all look great on the outside, inside, and underneath – exceptionally well cared for and hard to find, with great specification. This 1969 Chevrolet is a tribute car of the famed COPO specification of first-generation Camaros. COPO is the acronym for the Central Office Purchase Order, which was a department of Chevrolet usually reserved for dealers ordering fleet sales. But because this was the era when GM was removing performance options from dealer ordering sheets – intentionally done as a result of public pressure over fear of high performance cars being considered “dangerous” – the committed upper management at Chevy ensured that the performance options were still available – you just had to get creative about where in the company they were ordered _from_. While that situation made those COPO cars both rare and, now, incredibly expensive, creating a very similar specification from widely available Chevy parts is not difficult – and results in a very desirable tribute car, like the example featured here. With a through restoration and upgrade done both cosmetically ad mechanically, this simple high performance COPO tribute is ready to go for the next owner.
Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 1988 Bentley Eight sedan, finished in black over a tan leather interior, powered by a 6.75 liter V8 running through a 3-speed automatic transmission, with 50,868 miles on the clock. This clean example was considered the “entry level” Bentley when introduced, and also quite popular, with 1,736 produced from 1984 to 1992. It was priced below the Bentley Mulsanne upon which it was based, with the mesh grill being the quick identifying trait. It also featured a stiffer suspension for sharper handling, with the premise that this was the Bentley that the owner drove instead of riding in back, being the “affordable” version. It also shared the chassis and bodywork with the Rolls Royce Silver Spur, back when the two companies were still partners, before being bought and split apart by the larger German manufacturers in 1998. While both Bentley and Rolls Royce enjoy continued success in today’s market, this Bentley Eight is a product of the Old World European approach to automotive production. Assembled primarily by skilled craftsmen, with a distinct lack of automation, and features an interior that exemplifies the best British luxury brief – Burled Walnut everywhere, liberal use of thick supple leather, deep wool carpeting, abundant chromed metal trim, and all motivated by a big lazy V8 with adequate power. This specific example is clean and in fine mechanical condition, ready to go, providing the next owner with a great opportunity to indulge themselves for a very reasonable price.
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