Cars for Sale - (5)


Ferrari 330P4 Recreation

Price: $179,500

SORRY…THIS ONE IS SOLD…SOLD…SOLD!!!

This very special “recreation” started life as a 1967 Ferrari 330 GT whose chassis was the donor for this project that began over 6 years ago at Jm Carpenter’s Italian Design & Racing shop in Tempe Arizona. Jim had built 2 other P4 Recreations prior to this one but this particular car was the first to utilize the Ferrari 550 Maranello V-12. Mated to a G50 Transaxle & managed by  a Haltech Engine management system, this combination produces close to 500hp at the rear wheels. Needless to say it is an absolute beast to drive that provides the ultimate adrenaline rush from the time you first mash the throttle & until you try to let off!!! Nothing mild mannered about this streetable race car as it keeps you on your toes as any high strung thoroughbred does. A blast to drive & even better to look at!!!


Lotus 30

Price: $249,000

…SALE PENDING…

One of the most exciting cars in our collection is this 1964 Lotus 30 Sports Racer. Powered by a 500+ hp/289ci, dry sump Small Block Ford Racing Engine this extremely competitive Lotus 30 sports many of the Lotus 40 upgrades including brakes, wheels, suspension, Hewland LG 600 gearbox, cooling system & aero dynamic changes. There were only 2 of these cars being campaigned in the U.S. The sister car resided on the west coast  & was often seen at the Monterey Historics. It was ultimately sold a short time ago to a collector in Manilla by Fantasy Junction for just under $300,000! Our Lotus has recently done battle at NHIS, Lime Rock Park(where it also won 1st in class in the concours event), Watkins Glen, Palm Beach International & Sebring. It’s made the podium at Watkins Glen, 1st in class at Lime Rock, did over 100 laps at the Targa Sixty Six, competed twice at Indy appeared at the SVRA National Championship at COTA. Just added 2 Podium finishes to it’s record at Thompson Motorsports Park where it was also awarded the “VRG Cup” for the 2018 event. Also finished 1st in class & overall winner of the “All Comers” race at the VRG Fall Vintage Festival at Watkins Glen!!!

The Lotus is completely fresh & ready to compete at any Vintage event.

Here is an opportunity to own/race an extremely rare piece of automotive racing history!!!


1965 LOTUS ELAN S2

Price: $52,500

SORRY, THIS ONE IS SOLD…SOLD…SOLD!!!

This early Series 2 Elan is the epitome of the British sportscar motoring experience! Weighing a mere 1400 pounds & powered by a 110+hp Lotus Twin Cam engine, 60mph comes up in less than 7 seconds with the four-wheel independent suspension permitting throwing this little jewel into most corners flat out!!! There are very few open air sportscars that provide the exciting, raw driving experience of the early Elans.

Our Elan was treated to a complete body off/frame up restoration (with the original drive train) over a 2 year period by noted Elan restoration specialist, Bob Herzog. Bob has more than a dozen of these “Ground Ups” under his belt with results speaking for themselves. Full restoration photos can be viewed on Bob’s website at www.lotuscorps.org . Click on Zog’s Corner Greenville South Carolina car to see over 180 phots of the before, during & after.

Please contact us for more details & photos of this wonderfully restored piece of British motoring history!!!

Call Bob at 207-590-0059 or email,  enzo@gwi.net


Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible

Price: $89,500

SORRY…THIS ONE IS SOLD…SOLD…SOLD!!!

If you want a “RARE SURVIVOR” with pedigree & comprehensive one owner documentation, you must give SERIOUS consideration to this particular 1967 Firebird 400 Convertible. Only 3668 Firebird 400 Convertibles were produced in 1967 with less than 660 of them 4-speeds. Add to that the long list of factory options  & I dare say, there may only be a handful like the one we have offered here. This car has been part of our personal collection since 1995 after having purshased it from the original owner’s son.

The list of Factory ordered options are as follws: 400ci, 4-barrel, 4 speed, Safe-T-Track rear axle, power disc brakes, close ratio power steering, power windows, power top, factory air conditioning, optional koni shocks, ralley gauge cluster w/hood tach, full size spare & wheel, Ziebart rust proofing, & the list goes on & on & on… All  of this is documented by the original Factory Order Sheet, original Dealer Window Sticker & the Pontiac Historical Society. We also have the original Owner’s Manual with the Protec-o-plate, the original 1967 Connecticut title which matches the Protect-o-plate & several vehicle registrations & insurance cards.

The running gear is well cared for original, & extermely tight & reliable. The engine has never been out & only the timing chain, water pump & carburetor have been renewed or rebuilt. The clutch assembly was replaced less than 5k miles ago.  This is truly “a get in it & drive it ANYWHERE” collector car!!!

Showing it’s age, the paint was due for freshening so the body was stripped & refinished in the original Montego Cream color. Most of the chrome & bright work was in good order, just in need of polishing. The interior was & still is completely original & in incredible condition. This car has not been “over the top” restored or detailed in an effort to retain as much of the original patina as possible. As a matter of fact, most of the dirt under the hood was original!!!

As you can see, the car “speaks volumes”. For the rest of the story or details we haven’t provided, please give us & call…we love talking about this car almost as much as we love driving it!!!


Toyota Shelby/2000GT

Price: POA

This is undoubtedly the most historically significant sports/racing car to ever come out of “The Land of the Rising Sun”. Bearing the VIN: MF10-10001(the first serial #’d Toyota 2000GT), combined with it’s stellar performance in Toyota’s first ever U.S. racing venture (1968 SCCA C-Production) where it was prepared & campaigned by Carroll Shelby for Toyota, we have the ultimate Japanese sports/racing car!!!

We added this car to our collection in 1980 & finished the frame off restoration in the early 90’s. Since then the car has seen action at NHIS, Monterey, Morroso & The Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car & it’s history were featured in a full length Japanese documentary that was released in movie theaters in Tokyo early in 2010.

This amazing piece of automotive history was campaigned in 2013 at NHIS, The Lime Rock Park Vintage Festival & The Watkins Glen Vintage Grand Prix. We achieved several “podium” finishes including 2 first place finishes as well as 1st in class at the Lime Rock “Sunday in the Park Concours”.  Our next Badge of Honor was awarded at the 2017 Amelia Island Concours with another 1st in Class!!!

I’m certain that “Honor” will continue to follow this very special piece of Automotive History!!!