This 17 year old car looks virtually brand new and it can be yours for $17,500.
Less than a month has passed, but the dealer wants an additional $379,000.
The 610 HP EB110 SS sprints to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds and tops out at an impressive 220 mph.
Third axle or not, the Niva is a very primitive machine, but it’ll cost you just $7,250.
This rare customized Porsche 924 has been converted into a 5-seater and has 79,638 miles on the clock.
This Lamborghini Huracan Performante has seen better days.
This Senna is one of just 70 being built in right-hand drive and goes for $1.3 million.
The ultra-frugal XL1 burns only 0.9 liters every 100 km (314 mpg UK / 261 mpg US), but it will cost you a pretty penny.
A virtually new 2018 Ford GT Heritage Edition has popped up for sale in Germany.
One of the models is claimed to be the only known example with a rear wing.
A mint 2000 Honda S2000 with just under 6,000 miles on the odometer is hard to find but not impossible, apparently.
The seller is willing to part with the car only because he was unable to finish the project.