This never before titled 1991 Corvette ZR1 with only 286 miles on the odometer is on sale for $42,950.
This Aventador Roadster replica has got the size (but not the details…) right, as well as a slightly tuned LS2 V8, but would you pay that much for it?.
The one-off model incorporates a number of styling cues from classic Chevrolets.
The 103 HP generated by the E28-gen 518i sure is puny, and the price ain’t exactly affordable, but this example seems to be in pristine condition.
Powering the 1991 Honda Accord Wagon in question is a 2.2-liter four-cylinder.
The same car sold for $70,000 earlier this year.
The Ferrari V12 Tipo 044/1 engine was used during the 1995 season and put out up to 760 HP in qualifying spec.
The LaFerrari’s normally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine is gorgeous, sure, but does it worth so much?.
Approximately 80 percent of the counterfeit goods come from China.
Super clean and as spartan as they come, this G-Class is the definition of a workhorse.
Money raised from the auction of these C8 Corvette unveiling tickets will benefit the National Corvette Museum.
Powering this Ford F-150 SVT Lightning is a naturally-aspirated 5.8-liter V8 with 240 hp.