1985 Porsche 911 Turbo Gemballa
$79,999 :: 73,575 miles
The mystery of Gemballa began in 1981 just outside of Stuttgart Germany.. Uwe Gemballa was a renowned Porsche tuner that had a magical touch transforming 911/930 Porsches into works of art. He was infamous for being one of the 1st to include cameras replacing rear-view mirrors. He also incorporated LED lights throughout some of his cars that made the show circuit. Very soon the Slant-nose look was so popular that Porsche even started offering it up as an option. Gemballa soon began offering body kits so that 911 owners could capture the magic of Gemballa. The Avalanche and the Cyrrus were highly respected and sought-after automobiles of the 80s and 90s. Then suddenly Uwe Gemballa was discovered murdered in South Africa ensuring that the mystery of Gemballa would endure.
Our example caries on the mystery of Gemballa. Starting life as a European version of a G-50 Carrera, it was modified to Gemballa specifications at a point unknown. The wide-body is also somewhat of a mystery as it is not known the origin due to the fact that it is well known that 491s (factory non-turbo wide-body) were never built with the desirable side strakes that our car is equipped with. The complete package this car presents is the true essence of the mystery of Gemballa. It is reputed that there are only 3 normally aspirated Gemaballas. This unverified statistic again adds to the mystery.
1989 Aston Martin Vantage Volante
$325,900 :: 7,950 miles
We have just added to our extensive exotic car inventory a beautiful 1989 Aston Martin Vantage Volante in Cannock Black over Parchment interior and only 7,950 miles. This Vantage is loaded with: 5.3 liter V8, automatic transmission, 16 inch machine finish mesh wheels, Pioneer audio and much more. According to a copy of its original factory record, this 1989 V8 Vantage Volante was completed at Aston Martins factory on May 5, 1989. One of only 58 produced in US Vantage specification, it is visually distinguished from the standard Volante by its wider fender flares, front air dam, sill plates, and a kicked-up trunk lid. Transported to Palm Beach Motor Cars in West Palm Beach, Florida, it was delivered to its first owner, motoring enthusiast and golf legend Greg Norman, on July 25, 1989, as documented in a copy of the original purchasers paperwork. The factory-applied Cannock Black paint and black Everflex top are in exceptional condition. Inside, the Parchment leather-upholstered cabin, with contrasting black piping and carpets, is in comparable condition showing very minimal wear. Under the hood, the matching-numbers 5.3-litre V8 lies in a beautifully detailed compartment, and mechanically the car benefits from thorough service by a specialist. With time capsule-like preservation and previous ownership by one of the brightest names in golf, very few of these final and most refined versions of the model were produced, and seldom are they offered for sale. Family owned and operated, Marshall Goldman Motor Sales and Leasing has been pairing the best in luxury automobiles with discerning customers across the globe since 1978. Every car we offer is owned by us and is on site. Call us today and find out what legions of satisfied customers already know: Our staff’s professionalism and our unparalleled inventory offer a buying experience unlike any other. Buy the best from the best!
1986 Ferrari 328 GTS
$125,000 :: 36,111 miles
1986 Ferrari 328 GTS Rare Giallo (yellow) finish over the brown leather interior and 36k miles. Its 3.2L V8 engine produces 270 horsepower and has a top speed of 166 mph. Accompanying this example is the owner’s manual set, tool kits, spare tire, multiple keys, and the original window sticker. A major service was last performed in 2015 to include timing & accessory belts, tensioner bearings, cam cover gaskets, shift rod seals, fluids, and R134 AC conversion. Visit our website for a detailed condition report of this example (see “View Documentation” button). Thank you for considering our 1986 used Ferrari 328 GTS for sale. Vehicle Highlights Marelli Microplex Ignition Air Conditioning Electric Windows Heated Rear Window Quartz Clock Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection w/ Lambda Control Electric Left Side View Mirror Electric Door Locks Four Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes5-Speed Gearbox w/ Oil Pump Limited Slip Differential- Each vehicle receives a thorough inspection, carried out by one of our own factory-trained Master technicians, along with a detailed condition report, to equip you with the resources to make an informed decision on your next automotive investment. Our dedicated team of experts takes pride in being your trusted advisors throughout the process. Merlin Auto Group has cemented its position as industry leaders in Ferrari sales and service, with decades of expertise in curating examples of the highest quality as well as delivering a refreshingly transparent and seamless experience. An Authorized dealer and service center for Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus and Morgan Motor Company: two legendary brands whose impeccable standards parallel with our own. Enquire today to learn more about this offering as well as our award-winning service center.
1989 Ferrari Testarossa
$179,995 :: 5,933 miles
We are proud to present this 1989 ONE OWNER Ferrari Testarossa one of the lowest mile cars in the world. This car is all original with: books toolkit 2-keys original invoice clean title in hand (original title) ONE OWNER FROM NEW THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND VEHICLE ONE OF ONE IN THE WORLD CUSTOM PAINT JOB** Major Service recently completed A Ferrari major service refers to the typical engine service needed on all Ferrari engines with timing belts. It is strongly recommended that this service be done every 5 years or 30,000 miles. Genuine Ferrari parts are always used, unless otherwise requested or specified. See below for pricing per model. A major service on your Ferrari at Pocono Sportscar includes, but is not limited to: ? Replace alternator/water pump, air climate control system compressor and power steering pump drive belts Replace engine oil and filter (Liqui-Moly oil) Replace timing drive belt(s) Replace timing belt tensioner and idler bearings Replace camshaft seals Adjust valve clearance Replace water pump seal (Testarossa only, all others inspection of condition) Inspect cooling system connections and hoses Flush, refill and bleed cooling system Replace air cleaners/filters Replace fuel filters Add fuel injection cleaner additive to fuel (Techron) Inspect lines and connections of the fuel injection system Inspect ignition system: cables and connections Replace spark plugs Inspect blow-by system Replace gearbox and differential oil Inspect F1 Gearbox system oil level (if applicable) Inspect level of fluid for power steering – possible bleeding (if applicable) Flush and bleed brake/clutch fluid and set level Inspect wiper blades and operation – top off washer fluid and check operation Inspect brake system: pipes/hoses, calipers, connections; dashboard warning light operation; hand brake operation Inspect braking surface wear (disks, pads); replace if necessary Adjust gearbox shift control (if applicable) Adjust parking brake Inspect front and rear suspension: joints and tightness Inspect steering system, knuckle joint protection, steering rack boots, linkage boots, axle shaft boots Inspect tightening screws and bolts on the bodywork Inspect headlight aiming Inspect chassis and protected area integrity Lubricate door, boot, bonnet, engine lid hinges and locks / cables Car road test, tire pressure set and wheel nut tightening Pressure wash, clean, and detail engine/gearbox assembly
1986 Ford RS 200 Evolution
1982 Ferrari 512 BBi CLASSICHE
$399,900 :: 5,316 miles
Rosso Corsa / Nero Rare Daytona Seats with Tessuto inserts Classiche Certified
This 512 BBi is also Ferrari Classiche Certified.
Very well documented service history including recent belt service.
A full history is provided with the car.
This 512BBi comes with all books, tools, manuals and the Classiche Ferrari Red Book.
1984 Land Rover Defender 110 Arkonik
$126,950 :: 2,909 miles
This 1984 Land Rover Defender 110 4dr Arkonik features a 3.5 L V8 8cyl engine. It is equipped with a 5 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Green with a Black interior. It is offered As-Is, extended warranty is available. – Four Wheel Drive – Contact Internet Sales at 888-716-5173 or for more information. –
1984 Porsche 962
- The second privateer Porsche 962 delivered
- Raced by IMSA Camel GT-Champion Bob Akin and 2-time LeMans winner Hans Stuck
- Pole position and track record at the 1985 12 Hours of Sebring
- Finished 4th overall at the 1985 24 Hours of Daytona
- One of approximately 16 Porsche factory-built IMSA-spec 962s delivered to privateers
- Extensive 4-year restoration
- Actively campaigned in historic events across America
- Featured cover car in Panorama for September 2017
- One of the most recognizable liveries to be displayed on a 962
1984 would be the year that Porsche produced the car that would lay a foundation for their dominance in endurance racing in IMSA: The Porsche 962. Beginning with the already outstanding Porsche 956, IMSA regulations required that the driver’s feet be behind the front axle for safety reasons. By extending the wheelbase and moving the pedal box behind the front wheels, the 962 was approved for racing. These IMSA-spec 962s began with Porsche’s Type 962/70 2.8-liter flat six engines with air-cooling only and a single turbo as twin-turbo systems were not allowed in the IMSA GTP class at the time. With the previous racing experience of the Porsche 956s, along with numerous other improvements, helped push the 962s to become legendary. With Porsche’s tried-and-true formula of world-class reliability paired with continued advancement, some 962s remained competitive even until the early 90s. Considered one of the most iconic racing platforms in endurance racing, the Porsche 962 left its mark on the racing world and is still one of the most renowned racing cars to ever come out of Weissach. The story of 962-102 begins with Bob Akin, the freshly crowned champion of the 1983 IMSA Camel GT Endurance series. Being the president to the family-owned Hudson Wire Co., allowed Akin to run a first class and competitive race team. Akin and his team won the Twelve Hours of Sebring in 1983 with their Coca Cola-sponsored Porsche 935, and was looking toward the next step in IMSA racing. As fate would have it, Porsche AG announced that the 962, based on the extremely competitive 956, would be available in the fall of 1983. Intent on acquiring one of these cars but realizing that the cost of his racing had increased dramatically over the past few years, he looked to work his racing success in looking for new sponsors. Enter Mike Valentine, having recently cashed out of his co-ownership in Cincinnati Microwave, and was interested in acquiring a 962. During a dinner together, the duo worked out a plan. They agreed that Valentine could purchase the 962 and then lease it to Akin, and once the car was retired, Valentine would own the car. With a plan now benefiting both parties, Valentine Racing, Inc. was established days later with Valentine Research proudly displayed on the side of the bright red Coca Cola Porsche 962. When something great comes along, people scramble at every opportunity to be a part of it, and the Porsche 962 in IMSA was no exception. With approximately 16 total Porsche factory-built IMSA-spec customer cars delivered, it’s easy to say that the new Porsche was a hot commodity. Akin’s 1984 season with this 962 would yield two 6th place finishes. While Akin had the means to be able to purchase 962 upgrades, the budget didn’t allow much in the way of extra testing and tuning like the factory-supported team of Al Holbert. At the end of the day, the Porsche 962 was one of racing’s most dominant race cars. In the 1985 IMSA season, the Coca Cola 962 would score its most prestigious finish yet, coming in 4th overall at the 24 Hours of Daytona in the hands of Akin, Stuck and Mullen. Akin and Mullen would find another 4th place that season at the 600KM at Riverside. 962-102 would also take Pole position at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1985. At the 500KM Charlotte in May of ’85, John Paul Jr.’s March-Buick careened through the infield grass and hit the Coca-Cola 962. With both cars out of the race, this marked the conclusion of 962-102’s racing season. Akin made a call to Zuffenhausen to get another chassis, 962-113, to continue his racing season, 962-102 was now out of commission until repairs could be made. At the time, Penske Racing was working with the Miller Brewing Company as part of a show car program. This would end up running for a short time and Penske saw the opportunity to have a Porsche 962 Miller car for display. Penske acquired the Coca-Cola 962 and made the necessary repairs, then liveried the car with Miller colors and decals. Once the show car program ended, the Porsche 962 was brought back to be part of the Penske collection but was not part of the main public display. While he had a few other cars, Roger Penske’s main focus were Indycars which took front and center of his collection. The car would remain in Roger Penske’s collection until approximately 2005 when the car was sold to Jim Torres, marking the beginning of the restoration of this iconic racecar. The Coca-Cola 962 would begin restoration with Torres. For 2 years the Porsche would be with Jim, carefully restoring the car to its as-raced specifications. With a restoration like this, taking the proper time and care throughout the process was critical, and Torres intended on meeting a deadline for 2007 for the Porsche Rennsport Reunion III. However, the project didn’t finish in time to make it to Rennsport. Shortly afterward resuming the restoration, Torres spoke to Kevin Jeannette of Gunnar Racing who was interested in acquiring the restoration project for an interested client of his. After a few conversations, the two made a deal and 962-102 was shipped to Gunnar Racing to complete its restoration and make its return to the race track.
1987 Rolls-Royce Corniche
This 1987 Rolls-Royce Corniche 2dr features a 6.75 LITRE V8 8cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a Automatic transmission. The vehicle is Red with a Magnolia Leather interior. – AM/FM, Leather Interior Surface – Contact Sales Team at 888-276-0110 or for more information. – …
1989 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet
$186,900 :: 47,192 miles
Thank you for your interest in one of Manhattan Motor Cars’s online offerings. Please continue for more information regarding this 1989 Porsche 911 Slant Nose Turbo Cabriolet with 50,940 miles. This Porsche 911 Slant Nose Turbo Cabriolet features something for all that like fun drive — It’s a convertible! Indulge yourself with one of the most highly crafted, most luxurious automobiles available today. This is 1 of 28 cars. It is a real collectors item. Only going up in value!!!!! Don’t wait. This 1989 911 Slant Nose Turbo Cabriolet has such low mileage you’ll probably think of them more as blocks traveled than miles traveled. Rare is the vehicle that has been driven so gently and maintained so meticulously as this pre-owned beauty. The incredible 1989 911 Slant Nose Turbo Cabriolet is an invigorating performance machine that will pump adrenaline into any driver who dares to take the wheel. Do you really need any other reason to want one? This is your chance to own the very rare 911 Slant Nose Turbo Carbriolet.