Three other models owned by Reynolds will also be up for grabs.
This replica was actually built before the production version of the second-gen NSX was unveiled.
While the body kit is not that bad, the execution leaves a lot to be desired and the size is totally wrong.
The tuner says their Porsche 935 project is one-of-a-kind, and was shipped to a car dealer based in Florida.
Somebody is trying to sell this… thing for $5,800. We wish them good luck.
It looks like the real thing, but it’s not, though its makers claim it’s indistinguishable from an actual Diablo.
This is as close as you can get to acquiring the first ever automobile in the world.
You can buy an electric Mercedes with $4,000, but there’s a catch.
This replica might have passed for a Phantom if only the add-on parts weren’t so terribly wrong.
Chinese electric clones of popular supercars are something you cannot unsee.
It’s based on a Cougar, and the finished item will allegedly set you back roughly $35,000.
It took over two and a half years to build this replica KITT car.