For a new age 911 this is hawt! :thumbup:
2014 Porsche 911 50th Anniversary 7-Speed
To each his own. But as I've gotten older and rounder, I've often found the base model seats to be more comfortable than many manufacturers "sport" seats. My one regret about my Alfa is not getting the Lusso package seats. In a BMW of this vintage, I'd be more interested in swapping in the comfort / multi-contour/ luxury seats.C'mon man that's not that bad. That car only needs the sport seats out of a 550i to be a perfect daily driver.
per the seller, both bumpers were repainted just before this auction, while prior paintwork has been identified on the left rear quarter panel and door. The Carfax report lists an accident with “very minor” front-end damage in late April 2011. Additional damage reports are recorded in October 2015 and March 2017 affecting the front-left and rear, respectively.
Yes, this.C'mon man that's not that bad. That car only needs the sport seats out of a 550i to be a perfect daily driver.
Indeedy. Today we have an E34 M5 with under 51K miles, if a minor rear end collision in 1997 doesn't send you running and screaming in the other direction:This is really cool.
Too bad it'll probably sell for an arm and a leg.
I cannot tell you how badly I wanted one of those in lagoon blue for so long. I keep telling myself that I'll get one eventually. If they don't all fall apart by then. They just look right to me.
This 1966 Ford Cortina Deluxe is powered by a 1.6-liter crossflow inline-four paired with a close-ratio four-speed manual gearbox installed under prior ownership. The car was reportedly sold new in Northern California and was modified and repainted in Ermine White after coming to Florida several years ago. The car has been retrofitted with air conditioning, and recent service included rebuilt front struts, a new brake master cylinder, recalibrated tachometer and speedometer, and more. This Cortina is now offered by the selling dealer with service records and a clean Florida title.
The body was reportedly refinished in the original Ermine White (BA) approximately five years ago, and the green Lotus Cortina–style stripes were added about a year ago. The car retains factory lighting, with the addition of a set of Lucas driving lights mounted between the front bumperettes and a backup light under the rear bumper.
The 13″ steel wheels are finished in gray and fitted with dog-dish hubcaps and a set of 185/70 Kumho Solus tires showing 2017 date codes. The seller reports that within the past six months the front struts were rebuilt and the front brakes were serviced by a Cortina specialist near Jacksonville, Florida.
The cabin features black leather front seats and a vinyl rear bench matched by black carpets and interior panels contrasted by Ermine White metal interior surfaces. The car was retrofitted with Classic Auto Air climate control by Automotive Industries LLC in Ponte Vedra, Florida in 2017. The control panel is located in the factory radio recess, and the seller reports that the system utilizes the two outer factory air ducts and adds two further outlets in a panel under the dashboard.
A wood-rimmed steering wheel with a Lotus center cap is fitted, and instrumentation includes a factory speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge along with aftermarket oil-pressure and water-temperature gauges. The speedometer and tachometer were serviced in 2018. 12k miles are shown on the odometer, although the true total is unknown.
The non-original 1.6L crossflow Kent inline-four is paired with a close-ratio four-speed manual gearbox. Induction is handled by a single carburetor with a factory-style air-filter housing, and the car is equipped with an exhaust header and an aftermarket strut-tower brace. The radiator was rebuilt, and an electric fan was added when air conditioning was installed in 2017.
It does. I would not buy that for my store. Ever.Sold for $75000. Seems like a good deal.
Not sure if the Texas 'blue title' hurts It's value any (it was bought back from the owner under the lemon law.
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I can't believe this is up to $15k. I realize there aren't many left in this condition but I'm still shocked.
Further amazed that this is only at $6500...
Isn't this kind of a holy grail car for Honda/Acura folks?