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1981 Volkswagen Westfalia in Collectible Condition

$26,000


1981 Volkswagen Westfalia in Collectible Condition with the rare, sought after automatic transmission with only 88500 original miles.
The car runs, drives perfect.

The engine purrs quietly without hesitation or smoke. It doesn’t eat, leak or smell like oil. A recent 1500 mile adventure can attest to the cars reliability right out of the box.

The steering, suspension is precise and true. We just threw on a new set of all-terrain Grabber’ tires that help get to the fun camping spots.


Exterior has been repainted in its original color. We had the car color sanded, polished. Apart from a paint chip here, there it looks perfect!

Interior very original in good condition with minimal wear.
There is no rust underneath, although there is a spot underneath the windshield that could potentially be investigated the size of a dime.
Most of the Vanagon Westy’s in the U.S have 150,000-300,000 miles on them and have had the motor rebuilt. Unfortunately the reproduction parts are not as good as the original. Therefore, an original car like this with under 100,000 miles with a rare transmission which immediately needs nothing and is in near perfect condition would fit into the top 5-10% condition. In our opinion is the perfect usable investment.


Comes with clean title, owners manual, jack, spare, misc. maintenance paperwork.

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2004 Chevrolet Corvette

$19,000

On offer today is a mint 2004 Chevrolet Corvette 6-speed manual in rare Millennium Yellow on black leather interior with 97,000 miles. Last year of the C5 platform. Rare color combination, especially with a manual. Most were Z06’s.

5.7 Litre V8 with 390 Horsepower, 372 Torque. Sounds beastly with little boops, and pops when you accelerate and let off the gas. Very entertaining.

Spot on straight steering feel, tight suspension, good clutch / brakes. Few mods that make it very, very responsive for fun canyon runs.

Near perfect exterior with some chips on the mirrors, front lower fascia.

Near perfect interior with slight wear on the bolster.

Everything works (Including ice cold AC, radio, Bose speakers).

Comes with a clean California title, 1 Master key with electric door remote, 2 additional keys with 1 more electric door remote, manual.

Upgrades :

– BBE Stainless Steel Exhaust ($1300, 12+ HP, 11-13+ TQ)

– 102MM Intake Manifold upgrade ($1200, 30+HP)

– Electric override remote for manual high speed fan switch (traffic / drive through reliability mod)

Option Highlight :

– Side Molding (B84)

– Head up display (UV6)

– Steering Column, Tilt, Telescoping (N37)

– Steering Wheel, Sport Leather (NK4)

– Electrochromatic Mirrors (DD0)

– Mirror, Inside, R/V Light Sensitive (DD8)

– Memory Package (AAB)

– Twilight Sentinel

– Targa Top (CC3)

– Dual Climate Control (CJ2)

– Engine, Gas, 8-Cylinder, 5.7L, SFI, Aluminum (LS1)

– Transmission, Manual 6-Speed, 85 mm, 2.66 1st, 0.50 6th, O/D (MM6)

– Brake System, Power, Front & Rear Disc, Antilock, 4-Wheel (JL9)

– Wheel, 17.0 x 8.5″ Front and 18.0 x 9.5″ Rear, Aluminum, Polished (QF5)

– Axle, Rear, 3.42 Ratio (GU6)

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1980 Porsche 911sc Targa

On offer today is a mint 1980 Porsche 911sc Targa with only 116k miles in Medium Ivory exterior on Cocoa Leather interior.

Beautiful inside and out. An 8.5/10. Repainted 1990 with Glasurit paint at a European body shop. Still some touch up available.

Same long time owner since 2004. Huge binder of receipts included with repairs, maintenance. totaling approximately $48,000…!!Runs and drives great. Idles with a nice Porsche “zing” as well as the right “ping” when opening / shutting doors. The way they came out of the Porsche factory.

Stays at the 1/4 temp mark with very good oil pressure (around 4-ish) while driving. New clutch, rebuilt transmission, shifter coupling for a tight shift. Turbo Fuchs wheels 16×7 in the front, 16×8 in the back. Turbo 3 spoke steering wheel which is thicker than the standard version. The dash is leather wrapped, as are the door cards. Turbo tie rod ends, mechanical chain tensioner upgrade.

In September of 1979, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) passed a bill which stated that all car, pickup truck and motorcycle speedometers were to display a maximum speed of 85 miles-per-hour.

This U.S. federal regulation also required speedometers to have a special emphasis on the number 55 (the national speed limit at the time).

The 85 mph speedometer mandate ended in 1981 after much debate and little proof it actually did anything to change driver behavior. President Ronald Reagan, who campaigned on a pledge to end excessive government regulation, helped repeal the law. There has never been any data showing that the 85 mph speedometer saved lives.

Porsche was one of the first manufacturers to switch back, offering recalibration and retrofit dials for their cars produced during 1979-1982.

Targa top in perfect condition including top leather, seals, tools.

Clean California title, 3 keys (including red, valet key which does not open the glovebox), spare, jack, touch up paint, manual, warranty book with dealer stamps all the way up to 111k miles.

Just detailed, polished.

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