The collection had all kinds of cars, many of which were in various states of decay.
The 360 Challenge Stradale is powered by a 419 HP, naturally aspirated V8 that sounds mental.
It sure looks the part and has a 1970s small-block V8, however it’s a replica built by Roaring Forties.
This McLaren P1 GTR has just 179 miles on the clock and is the 28th example converted by Lanzante.
Although not an original, it is one of the most accurate KITT replicas out there, and it’s for sale.
This U.S.-spec 1987 BMW 735i looks as if it has just been delivered to the first owner.
The 560 SEL has never been registered or driven and has just 28 miles on the odometer.
Originally a 2010 Chevy Camaro SS, this car was given the Trans Am treatment inside and out.
This is nearly three times the car’s MSRP, and the dealership claims it’s due to its rarity in the Southeast and demand by customers.
Up for sale, the Honda Prelude is a garage queen that spent most of its life in a heated carport.
This 911 is wearing a wideboty kit, had its engine rebuilt 1,000 miles ago, comes with lots of mods, yet didn’t sell for $96k.
The owner of this Zyclam Red Pearl Porsche says his car is one of less than ten 944s painted this color.