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PostHeaderIcon John Cena’s 2017 Ford GT is Getting Passed Around Like a Dirty Diaper

The Ford GT once owned by WWE superstar John Cena is back up for sale. It’s the fourth time — maybe fifth? — that Cena’s Ford GT is on the market and the second time in the past month alone. The Liquid Blue Ford GT last hit the auction block during Monterey Car Week back on August 25. Barely a month later — seriously, it’s only September 24 — the supercar us now listed in Mecum’s auction next month.

PostHeaderIcon 8 Fastest Selling Cars on the Used Market

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Luxury cars are appealing for those who want to showcase their lots in life. But just because there’s appeal in riding in class and elegance, that doesn’t mean the second-hand market has been good for models in this segment. There are a number of reasons why luxury cars don’t break the bank on the used-car market, and one of those reasons revolves around crossovers, SUVs, and even pickup trucks. Luxury cars, especially of the sedan persuasion, have lost their appeal because consumers these days have flocked towards more versatile vehicles, whether its’ an SUV, pickup, or in the case of the cars below, affordable sedans, hatchbacks, and hybrids.
An unexpected paradigm shift is another reason.

The idea of what a luxury car is has eroded because customers’ tastes aren’t what they used to be. Not a lot of people are as interested in the bespoke materials inside a car or how fast it is from 0 to 60 mph. What matters these days is a sprinkling of all those things in one versatile package. Combine all that with cheaper costs in the second-hand market and lower maintenance costs upon ownership, and you get the picture why second-hand luxury cars aren’t as appealing as they used to be, and why the cars below have become the fastest-selling models in the used-car market.

PostHeaderIcon Ebay Sellers Think You’re Dumb Enough to Pay $500,000+ for a Dodge Challenger Demon

Launched for the 2018 model year, the Dodge Challenger Demon is pretty much a road-legal dragster. It’s also the quickest and the most powerful Challenger built in a factory. Given these facts, as well as the limited, 3,000-unit production for the U.S. market, it’s not exactly surprising that the Challenger Demon starts from $84,995. Granted, it’s a bit steep for a platform that’s been around for ten years now, but it comes with many benchmarks. With demand higher than production rates, Demons are actually sold with a high premium on the used car market, but things just got ridiculous on eBay, where supercharged Challengers are listed for more than $100,000.

PostHeaderIcon Ebay Sellers Think You’re Dumb Enough to Pay $500,000+ for a Dodge Challenger Demon

Launched for the 2018 model year, the Dodge Challenger Demon is pretty much a road-legal dragster. It’s also the quickest and the most powerful Challenger built in a factory. Given these facts, as well as the limited, 3,000-unit production for the U.S. market, it’s not exactly surprising that the Challenger Demon starts from $84,995. Granted, it’s a bit steep for a platform that’s been around for ten years now, but it comes with many benchmarks. With demand higher than production rates, Demons are actually sold with a high premium on the used car market, but things just got ridiculous on eBay, where supercharged Challengers are listed for more than $100,000.

PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta

The De Tomaso Pantera may be the most famous car the once-proud Italian automaker built, but the Pantera only came to existence after the De Tomaso Mangusta, the first road-going car De Tomaso produced in mass quantities. Don’t be fooled by that description, though, because only 401 Mangustas were built before production stopped in 1971. Finding a Mangusta in 2018 is a rare sight. Finding one that’s still in good condition is even rarer. Fortunately, there is one that’s for sale on the Streetside Classic website.


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“It has 8,783 actual miles on it and has only had two owners since it rolled off the production line back in the late 60’s”

This particular De Tomaso Mangusta is located in Tampa, Florida. It has 8,783 actual miles on it and has only had two owners since it rolled off the production line back in the late 60’s. As the story goes, the original owner of this Mangusta sold it less than a year after taking delivery. The second owner bought it in 1970, moved it to Florida from California, and has had it since. Sometime in 1979, the sports car reportedly went into long-term storage before getting taken out sometime in 2016 where it went through a full and complete restoration. As part of the restoration process, most of the surviving original components were kept intact. Those that were changed or replaced include the four original tires, though the original spare tire remains in the car. The car also retains its trademark gold paint finish.

Most of the interior components are also from the original car. These include the black leather bucket seats, factory floor mats, AM/FM radio, the glowing Veglia gauges and toggle switches, and the wood and leather steering wheel.


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“On the engine side of things, the Mangusta’s original 302 cubic-inch Ford V-8 engine remains intact”

On the engine side of things, the Mangusta’s original 302 cubic-inch Ford V-8 engine remains intact. Its use of the 302 engine means that this particular was developed for the U.S. market with 221 horsepower on tap. For what it’s worth, the Europe version had a Ford 289 V-8 engine that produced 306 horsepower.

If you happen to be interested in this DeTomaso Mangusta, prepare to shell out $299,995. It’s a steep price to pay for a 58-year old car that isn’t a Ferrari, but there aren’t that many Mangusta’s in the world, to begin with. Your $300,000 could end up being a bargain if the prestige of the Mangusta continues to soar in the future.

References


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Read our full review on the 1967-1971 De Tomaso Mangusta.

PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: 1,400HP, Tuned-Out 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo

For the confused few who actually think that Lamborghinis are slow, Underground Racing has become the go-to place to get the supercar’s power figures up to “appreciable” levels. The North Carolina-based tuner is known for turning Lambos into certified eaters of worlds,
and it just so happens that one of them is up for sale now.


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“There’s nothing outlandishly special about it other than its Arancio Borealis paint, the small, black graphics on the sides of the car, and the slew of aerodynamic components from RSC Tuning”

On the surface, it looks like your run-of-the-mill 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo. There’s nothing outlandishly special about it other than its Arancio Borealis paint, the small, black graphics on the sides of the car, and the slew of aerodynamic components from RSC Tuning that include an LP560 front splitter, carbon center splitter, front spoiler, side skirts, and rear diffuser.

The truth is, there’s more to this particular Gallardo than meets the eye. It’s historically relevant because this is the first Gallardo project Underground Racing ever took. You might even say that all subsequent Lambo projects the tuner worked on since owe their existence to this particular Gallardo. Over the years, we’ve even seen it make promotional appearances, including one in 2009 when it hit 241 mph at the Texas Mile event.


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“The Gallardo is for sale for $159,000.”

Yes, this Gallardo is capable of reaching that kind of speed. That’s largely due to a pair of 67-millimeter turbochargers that were mated to the supercar’s stock 5.0-liter V-10 engine. The result was a Gallardo that could generate 1,000 horsepower on 93-octane fuel and a staggering 1,400 horsepower on 117-octane race fuel. Needless to say, Underground Racing also added more than 30 components on the Gallardo’s engine and transmission, including a race-spec clutch and a custom exhaust system that was created using aircraft-quality materials.

The Gallardo is for sale for $159,000. It’s a little steep for a 12-year old Lamborghini Gallardo, but you are getting one with enough power in it to make today’s hypercars quake in their boots. About the only real downside to buying this is that even if it has just 5,800 miles on its odometer, a lot of those miles were used to showcase the supercar’s capabilities. I’m no genius when it comes to estimates of this sort, but wouldn’t that feel like 20,000 miles of normal car use?

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Lamborghini Gallardo


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Read our full review on the 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo.

PostHeaderIcon Car For Sale: George Carlin’s 1996 BMW 850Ci

If you’re ever feeling down in the dumps and need a new perspective on things, I’d like to suggest checking out the comedy of George Carlin. Granted, Carlin was never one to sugarcoat a situation, but his ability to drive straight to the bone of an issue is second to none. His sarcastic, highly intelligent dark comedy is legendary, and now, his well-preserved 8 Series can be had by the highest bidder.

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“The car is mechanically all-original and has very few blemishes, plus it says “PHUNNY” on the license plate. Nice touch.”

Recently listed on the auto bidding site Bring A Trailer, Carlin’s E31 8-Series is 1 of just 363 examples brought to North America. It features black paint on black leather upholstery, which is befitting of Carlin’s chosen style of clothing and comedy. It’s also mechanically all-original and has very few blemishes, plus it says “PHUNNY” on the license plate. Nice touch.

Behind the shark nose front end is a 5.4-liter V-12 engine, which produced 322 horsepower and 360 pound-feet of torque from the factory. The ’12 mates to a 5-speed automatic transmission and drives the rear wheels exclusively. It also comes with Electronic Damper Control, an aftermarket stereo in the cabin, and 18-inch Racing Dynamics wheels in the corners. The car is relatively low in the mileage department, logging just 79,000 miles on the odometer.


“Comedian George Carlin was the sole operator of the car from new until his death in 2008, though it was first purchased by his business partner,” states the Bring A Trailer post. “It was acquired by Carlin’s daughter following his passing in 2008 and she as added 11k miles since then.”

The car was recently serviced, and it also received a new headliner, an alignment, and it passed smog as well.

The auction ends Tuesday, February 20th. The current bid as of this writing (02/16/2018) is set at $25,250, although it’s expected that number will rise significantly over the weekend due to the car’s prestigious ownership.

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Read our full review on the 1989-1999 BMW 8 Series.


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PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: Adam Carolla’s 1972 BMW 3.0 CLS Racer

Though he’s not on the level of Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Corolla’s car collection shouldn’t be sneezed at. The TV personality has, at various points in the past, owned a collection of desirable classics, including a 1966 Lamborghini 350GT, a collection of Datsun race cars, and a 1979 Porsche 935 that was driven by Paul Newman in the 1979 24 hours of Le Mans. Corolla also owns a 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL, a race car many consider as one of the most iconic ones that BMW has ever produced. Unfortunately, Corolla’s ownership of the 3.0 CSL is unlikely to last long. That’s because the beautiful and legendary race car is up for sale. There’s no attached price to it, but for the right offer, you have a chance to take home one of the most memorable Bimmer racers to ever smoke its wheels on a race track.


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“The car itself was first purchased by German racer Heinz-Jorgen Dahmen back in 1972”

Classic BMW race cars don’t go for sale very sale very often, so when one of them goes up, it grabs our attention. As with most classic cars with the status of the 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL, Adam Corolla’s 3.0 CSL has a fascinating story to tell.

The car itself was first purchased by German racer Heinz-Jorgen Dahmen back in 1972. A prominent racer at the time, Dahmen raced the 3.0 CSL in various racing series from 1972 to 2004, a staggering 32-year run that included five wins and eight podium finishes. When he hung his racing boots for good, the car was sold to Cullen “Cuffy” Crabbe, the son of actor and former Olympic gold medalist Buster Crabbe. The father-and-son tandem started in the NBC TV series, Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legions from 1955 to 1957. The younger Crabbe owned the car for seven years, often driving it vintage races. It was also during Crabbe’s ownership that the 3.0 CSL received an updated engine and was converted to Group 2 specifications. When Crabbe had his feel of the racer, he sold it to Adam Corolla in 2011.


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“Seven years after taking ownership of the 3.0 CSL, Corolla is now ready to hand it over to a new owner”

Seven years after taking ownership of the 3.0 CSL, Corolla is now ready to hand it over to a new owner. Unlike the previous two owners, Corolla never raced the Bimmer, opting instead to let it sit in his garage as a showpiece item in his collection. The car’s ad, which is posted on Classic Driver, even describes the 3.0 CSL as being able to “fire up reliably and runs strong.”

For those who are unfamiliar with the 3.0 CSL, it’s hard to understate how rare the car is, especially here in the U.S. BMW produced four different iterations of the 3.0 CSL, all of which were produced in the span of five years. Of these versions, many BMW collectors consider the 3.2-liter version, the one affectionately called the Batmobile, as the most iconic of the lot.


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“The lack of a set price for the 3.0 CSL means that it could go for a pretty penny.”

It also happens to be the one that Adam Corolla owns. It’s hard to miss it, thanks to the massive air guides in the front and the equally enormous rear spoiler. The ad doesn’t say how many miles it has on the odometer, but considering its history, it’s been through the ringer a handful of times.
Still, it looks in tip-top shape, a testament to the kind of care and attention that was given to the car by Corolla and its past owners.

The lack of a set price for the 3.0 CSL means that it could go for a pretty penny. Current market trends suggest that if you have anything less than $250,000 to $300,000, you might as well not even bother making a run at buying this true BMW classic.

References


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Read our full review on the 1975 BMW 3.0 CSL.


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PostHeaderIcon German Dealership Already Has a Sales Listing for the New Mercedes G-Class

Can’t wait to get your hands on an all-new Mercedes-Benz G-Class? If you live in Germany, there’s a way to get the all-purpose SUV, provided that you’re willing to pay a premium for it. German car dealership Hollauto is now selling a new G500 just days after the SUV was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. How exactly did the dealer get its hands on one so quickly? It didn’t because it’s actually selling a build slot for an already commissioned example.


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“Since the dealership appears to have a build slot for one, it’s more than willing to flip that slot for €133,600, which converts to around $164,000 based on current exchange rates.”

If you’re confused by all of this, don’t be. This is another prime example of a dealership trying to make a quick buck off of a popular model. The all-new Mercedes G-Class hasn’t even gone to production yet, but since the dealership appears to have a build slot for one, it’s more than willing to flip that slot for €133,600, which converts to around $164,000 based on current exchange rates. I understand the principles of making money in business, but this example reeks of greed. Consider the price Hollauto is asking and compare it to the expected price of the G-Class — €107,040.50 ($131,000) in Germany — and the purpose is as obvious as the day is long.

Granted, this kind of practice isn’t new in the auto industry. As long as there’s a popular model that’s on the horizon, there will be those who will try to make money if they have early access to a car. In 2017 alone, flipping of slots occurred on models like the Ford GT, Honda Civic Type R, Porsche 911 GT2 RS, and a slew of other “must-have” models.


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“The practice of flipping has gotten so rampant that Aston Martin actually issued a warning to dealerships about flipping build slots for the Valkyrie supercar.”

The practice got so rampant that Aston Martin actually issued a warning to dealerships about flipping build slots for the Valkyrie supercar. If you get caught doing it, you not only lose the reservation slot outright, but you’ll also get the door permanently shut on you with regards to future special edition Aston Martin models.


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In the event that you are interested in Hollauto’s offer, you are getting a G500 that’s finished in Obsidian Black, rides on a set of 20-inch AMG wheels, has a brown upholstery interior with wood trim, and comes with a host of optional extras, including the Driving Assistance Package, 360-degree camera system, ambient lighting, Burmester premium sound system, rear entertainment system and a sunroof.

References

Mercedes G-Class


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Read our full review on the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class.


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PostHeaderIcon Looking For A Porsche 911 GT3? How Does A Fleet Of 18 Never-Driven Examples Sound?

We like the Porsche 911 GT3 – quite a lot, actually. It’s purposefully built, looks great, and goes like stink. However, this classified ad seeking a buyer for 18 fresh in-the-box examples looks to be a whole new level of devotion to the Stuttgart superstar.

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“The Porsches are completely identical and come draped in white paint”

Sometimes when I get takeout, I like to buy a lot – you know, like three or four meals at a time, just to have ’em chilling in my fridge, ready to go in case I get hungry later on. This is kinda like that, except with high-powered six-figure German sports cars. You know, just in case.

The ad comes from a classifieds website in the Netherlands called Marktplaats, and appears to show 18 brand-spanking-new 2015 Porsche 911 GT3s, all lined up and parked in a giant warehouse. The whole lot of ’em are up for sale, but buyers can snack on just one, or binge on all 18, if the mood strikes them.

The Porsches are completely identical and come draped in white paint. Apparently, each has never been driven, either, and each also comes with the optional Club Sport Package.

For reference, the 2015 Porsche 911 GT3 makes 476 horsepower thanks to a rear-mounted all-atmosphere flat-six engine, with power routed to the rear axle by way of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The equipped Club Sport Package also makes them track-ready, throwing in goodies like an external fuel tank, six-point harnesses, black bucket seats, and a roll cage. It also appears as though they come with steel brakes, rather than Porsche’s carbon ceramic units.


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“Why would anyone buy a fleet of 18 GT3's to simply park 'em? One Twitter user suggests they were originally intended for use on a race track that was never actually built, which makes sense”

So then, what’s the story here? Why would anyone buy a fleet of 18 GT3’s to simply park ’em? One Twitter user suggests they were originally intended for use on a race track that was never actually built, which makes sense.

For us, though, this feels like the Costco of top-shelf sports cars. We just wish there were more free samples to go with it.

Unfortunately, there’s no Costco-esque pricing here, as each unit is going for 134,500 euros (around $162,000), while all 18 are going for a cool 2.4 million euros (roughly $2.9 million). And that’s kinda pricey, as the same models would have gone for about $130,000 a pop here in the states.

But we wanna know – what would you do with 18 brand-new Porsche 911 GT3s? Let us know in the comments section below!

References

Porsche 911 GT3


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Read our full review on the 2015 Porsche 911 GT3.


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PostHeaderIcon Would You Pay $365,000 For A 6.3-Liter V-12 Out Of A LaFerrari?

As we all know by now, the Ferrari LaFerrari is an incredible beast of a machine, capable of doling out illegal levels of speed in the blink of an eye thanks to its high-tech powertrain. Now, someone is selling the beating heart of a LaFerrari on eBay.

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Ditch that crummy old LS V-8, because we just found something way better. Say hello to a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter 12-cylinder from a LaFerrari, capable of propelling you all the way to nirvana on an Italian wave of howling fury. To sweeten the deal, it’s got just 20 miles on it, too. If you’re interested, the “Buy It Now” price is pegged at an eye-watering $385,000, so better go flip the couch cushions for a ’lil extra spare change.

Add gasoline, and this lump will spit out 789 horsepower at a head-spinning 9,000 rpm, as well as 520 pound-feet of torque at 6,750 rpm. Add in Ferrari’s Formula 1-derived KERS hybrid system, plus an electric motor, and output jumps to 949 horses and 664 pound-feet of torque, all of which helps the LaFerrari hit 60 mph in 2.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 217 mph.


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“We're guessing that whoever is responsible for the auction will be found, sued, banned from ever purchasing any Ferrari product for the rest of time, and if possible, crushed to death under a mountain of Ferrari-branded teddy bears.”

Unfortunately, the above-featured auction looks as though it only includes the internal combustion bits and none of the hybrid components. What’s more, anyone looking to drop this thing under their hood is gonna need to know their way around a torch, as it’s most definitely not a plug-and-play kinda application – the transmission in particular is a big question mark when it comes to actually making the V-12 work in another car.

No word on where the engine came from, but odds are Ferrari is gonna be seriously pissed off once it finds out about this. Hell, if the brand won’t hesitate to whip out the lawyers over a customized urn used to fulfill the wishes of a boy who died of cancer, we can only imagine Maranello’s backlash when they find an engine out of one of their beloved hypercars up for sale to the highest bidder. We’re guessing that whoever is responsible will be found, sued, banned from ever purchasing any Ferrari product for the rest of time, and if possible, crushed to death under a mountain of Ferrari-branded teddy bears.

References

Ferrari LaFerrari


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Read our full review on the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari.


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PostHeaderIcon Someone Swapped A V-10 Into A 2005 Jeep Wrangler!

The venerable Jeep Wrangler is no stranger to engine swaps. Folks have been shoving bigger engines behind its grille ever since the U.S. Military defeated the Axis powers in 1945. The small-block Chevrolet V-8 is the standard go-to engine, but small block Fords and even other Mopar engines are a common sight. But, it’s a certifiable rarity to see a Wrangler with the 8.3-liter V-10 from the Viper and 2004 – 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 SRT10.

Nevertheless, that’s exactly what’s for sale right now on eBay.

The project started with a low-mileage 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. That generation is known as the TJ, but since it’s a long-wheelbase Unlimited version, it’s called the LJ. So, this LJ with 22,500 miles had its 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder, four-speed automatic transmission, and two-speed transfer case removed and replaced with, well, “beefier” components. The transmission is now a 48RE automatic from a Ram heavy-duty and the T-case is a modified RockTrac unit from a Wrangler Rubicon. The front axle is a good ole Ford nine-inch, while the rear axle is a stout Dana 60. Both have 35-spline axle shafts.

The suspension is a long-arm kit from Superlift that accompanies by a one-inch body lift that helps with clearance of the big V-10 under the hood. A set of 20-inch six-spoke, Pro Comp wheels and 35-inch Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ all-terrain tires hide Viper-sized front brakes and upgraded rear disc brakes.

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“The 8.3-liter V-10 is in stock condition and makes roughly 500 horsepower and 525 pound-feet of torque”

Inside the Jeep, the stock seats were replaced with two-tone suede sport seats and the plastic center console swapped for a lockable, metal unit. Naturally, the stock radio is swapped for an aftermarket head unit. In back, the cargo area features a large steel drawl that is also lockable. A premium soft top is augmented by a full-length roof rack that’s removable. The steel bumpers are from Warn, as are the rock sliders below the doors. Finally, LED taillights finish off the exterior upgrades.

Of course, the big news is under the hood. The 8.3-liter V-10 is in stock condition and makes roughly 500 horsepower and 525 pound-feet of torque. That was enough to accelerate the 5,130-pound regular cab Dodge Ram SRT 10 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds. With a lower curb weight, the LJ should finish the run in less time – perhaps around 4.5 seconds.


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“The eBay classified listing has this 2005 Jeep Wrangler LJ prices at $52,000 and is located in Chicago”

While this SRT10 Wrangler might outrun ever LJ, it won’t pass every gas station. The EPA estimated the Ram SRT10 to get 9.0 mpg in the city and 15 mpg on the highway.

The eBay classified listing has this 2005 Jeep Wrangler LJ prices at $52,000 and is located in Chicago. That’s a lot of scratch for a 13-year-old Jeep, but it’s not every day when such a clean V-10-powered Wrangler comes up for sale. The 8.3-liter V-10 might not be the most economical or power-dense engine swap ever seen in a Wrangler, but it’s certainly outside conventionality. Let’s just say this Jeep would attract quite a crowd at the local Cars & Coffee or Jeep meet. For some, that might be worth the buy-in price.

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PostHeaderIcon Custom-Built Ferrari Testarossa Convertible Has A History With The King of Pop

The Ferrari Testarossa is regarded as one of the most iconic cars of the 1980’s. But as popular as the two-door Berlinetta was, Ferrari actually made just one convertible version. That model was specially created as a gift by Ferrari for the late Gianni Agnelli, the head of Fiat at the time. There are a handful of other drop-top Testarossas in existence today, but all of them are custom-built, including this black beauty that was built specifically for Michael Jackson’s now iconic 1987 Pepsi commercial.


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“The provenance of this creation is unlike any other custom Testarossa Convertible”

If you’re going to own a custom-built Ferrari Testarossa Convertible, I can’t think of another one that you should own more than this particular example. The provenance of this creation is unlike any other custom Testarossa Convertible. Jackson may not have owned it at any point in his life, but he did use it in the famous four-part Pepsi commercial that saw MJ try to escape a horde of screaming fans. The Testarossa Convertible doesn’t get a lot of screen time, but it did make an impression, especially when Jackson uses it to escape the mass hysteria that was chasing him.

Outside of its appearance in the Pepsi ads, the black Testarossa Convertible also has a unique history of its own. According to its lineage, it was built by a custom tuning company in California at a cost of $40,000. Remember, this was in the 1980’s, a time when $40,000 was almost half of what an actual Testarossa cost — it was priced from $94,000 — when it was introduced around the same time.


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“So the car itself wasn’t cheap to build, but if you have $799,900 lying around today, you can buy it and make it a part of your personal collection”

So the car itself wasn’t cheap to build, but if you have $799,900 lying around today, you can buy it and make it a part of your personal collection. For that amount, you get one of the most unique custom-built Ferrari Testarossa convertible units in history. It does have 17,000 miles on its odometer so it’s been used quite heavily in the course of its 31-year life. Still, when’s the next time you’ll get to see a Testarossa convertible that has Michael Jackson’s provenance attached to it.

The answer? Never. This is the only one that has it.

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PostHeaderIcon Custom-Built Ferrari Testarossa Convertible Has A History With The King of Pop

The Ferrari Testarossa is regarded as one of the most iconic cars of the 1980’s. But as popular as the two-door Berlinetta was, Ferrari actually made just one convertible version. That model was specially created as a gift by Ferrari for the late Gianni Agnelli, the head of Fiat at the time. There are a handful of other drop-top Testarossas in existence today, but all of them are custom-built, including this black beauty that was built specifically for Michael Jackson’s now iconic 1987 Pepsi commercial.


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“The provenance of this creation is unlike any other custom Testarossa Convertible”

If you’re going to own a custom-built Ferrari Testarossa Convertible, I can’t think of another one that you should own more than this particular example. The provenance of this creation is unlike any other custom Testarossa Convertible. Jackson may not have owned it at any point in his life, but he did use it in the famous four-part Pepsi commercial that saw MJ try to escape a horde of screaming fans. The Testarossa Convertible doesn’t get a lot of screen time, but it did make an impression, especially when Jackson uses it to escape the mass hysteria that was chasing him.

Outside of its appearance in the Pepsi ads, the black Testarossa Convertible also has a unique history of its own. According to its lineage, it was built by a custom tuning company in California at a cost of $40,000. Remember, this was in the 1980’s, a time when $40,000 was almost half of what an actual Testarossa cost — it was priced from $94,000 — when it was introduced around the same time.


Custom-Built Ferrari Testarossa Convertible Has A History With The King of Pop - image 753916
“So the car itself wasn’t cheap to build, but if you have $799,900 lying around today, you can buy it and make it a part of your personal collection”

So the car itself wasn’t cheap to build, but if you have $799,900 lying around today, you can buy it and make it a part of your personal collection. For that amount, you get one of the most unique custom-built Ferrari Testarossa convertible units in history. It does have 17,000 miles on its odometer so it’s been used quite heavily in the course of its 31-year life. Still, when’s the next time you’ll get to see a Testarossa convertible that has Michael Jackson’s provenance attached to it.

The answer? Never. This is the only one that has it.

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PostHeaderIcon Some Crazy Colorado Dealership Thinks Someone Will Pay $176,000 for a Dodge Demon

Charging above MSRP price is a common occurrence in the auto industry. It’s especially true for cars with high demand and limited supply. The Dodge Challenger Demon fits this bill. It’s limited to just 3,000 units with each model carrying a sticker price that starts at $84,995. It’s normal to charge extra for it, but one dealership seems to have taken it a little too far by listing a Demon for the rather insane price of $176,398.


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“One dealership seems to have taken it a little too far by listing a Demon for the rather insane price of $176,398”

Used car dealership Custom Cars West looks like it’s feeling itself a bit here. It’s one thing to charge an extra $20,000 for a car like the Challenger Demon. Even though I think that’s still excessive, I can understand the reason given the car’s popularity. But $176,398? Not only is it absurd, it’s borderline greedy.

That said, I actually don’t blame the dealership for asking that much for the muscle car. It may not be an upstanding business practice, but if somebody is willing to pay that much for the muscle car, then that’s more money for the dealership. You gotta do what you gotta do to put food on the table, right?


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If somebody does decide to take up Custom Cars West’s price for the car, they’re looking at a 707-horsepower beast that’s sporting a B5 Blue Pearl paint job. That color isn’t part of Dodge’s catalog, so that was probably added after-the-fact. The interior also has helpings of black leather. There are no photos showing it, so I suppose we’ll have to take the dealership’s word for it.

Personally, I wouldn’t buy this Demon for that price, but I won’t be surprised if someone else does. As much as I like the muscle car, it’s not worth $176,398. At that price, I’d rather buy a Porsche 911 Turbo S.

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PostHeaderIcon $4 Million Will Snag You A “Used” Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Chirons are hard to come by these days, and it doesn’t help that the French automaker has already sold half the entire production run of the supercar. It gets worse when you consider that production of all the reserved Chirons will take a number of years to complete and, to this point, only three have been delivered to their respective owners. So in the absence of any relevant options, the second-hand market becomes a more feasible avenue to take. Good news, then, because one such example of the Bugatti Chiron is now up for grabs in Germany.

The listing was madly Munich-based exotic car dealer Semco Exclusive Cars, and the Chiron in question looks to be the real thing. The tuner, after all, has a long history of crossing paths with Bugattis, including a pair of Veyrons that are also currently listed. It also has two Pagani Huayras on offer, as well as two Ferrari LaFerraris and two Porsche 918 Spyders. In other words, Semco Exclusive Cars is dripping with exotics. It just so happens that one of the stars of the bunch – if you can even call it that – is the Chiron.

The model in question has been described as “used,” though the use of the term can be pretty subjective. There’s no information on how many miles it’s incurred or if the bespoke leather in the cabin has any coffee stains on it. There are photos of the Chiron sitting quite comfortably in the dealership, and from the looks of it, there doesn’t appear to be anything to worry about as far as the body is concerned. Everything’s in place, right down to the shininess of the two-tone Atlantic Blue Metallic and French Racing Blue Uni exterior finish. The listing also describes the interior as having a good mix of Terre D´OR leather and carbon.

While it would have been much better to know how much mileage it has, there’s little reason to be suspicious of this particular Bugatti Chiron. Not only is it in the hands of a well-reputed supercar dealership, but the price tag Semco Exclusive Cars attached to it – € 3.5 million ($4.05 million) is one that’s fit for a Bugatti Chiron, even if it is “used” in some form or fashion.

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PostHeaderIcon A New But Used McLaren F1 is for Sale and it’s like a Wet Dream come True

New but Used…. It’s not a term that you usually hear associated with an automobile, and if you do, it’s usually closer to “like-new” which means it’s pretty much a polished turd that looks just good enough and drives just good enough to trick you into buying it. This time around, however, that scenario is far from true and the car we’re talking about today is a McLaren F1. Naturally, you won’t find a brand-new F1 for sale since they’ve been out of production for some 20 years or so, but you better believe this is about as close as you’ll ever get. And, truth be told, it falls under that “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” category.

According to Tom Hartley JNR, this F1 is the “lowest mileage F1 in existence,” which could very well be true considering it has just 239 kilometers on the clock – that’s right; 239 kilometers or about 148 miles. That’s all McLaren test miles that take place before delivery, so the rich Japanese man that official commissioned it clearly planned to treat it as an investment instead of the incredible machine it really is. Either way, his loss is someone else’s gain as this thing still has the protective wrapping on the inside which, more or less, is a testament to how mint this Pioneer of the supercar world really is.

In addition to the car itself, the F1 comes with its own list of goodies that include the LM style spare exhaust, and extra GTR steering wheel with an F1 logo, passenger over-carpets, and a windshield strip, all of which remain in the original, factory packaging. You can also add in the fitted luggage to that list as they also reside in their original plastic wrap. Other goodies include a removable steering wheel wrapped in suede, a carbon driver’s seat with an F1 logo and yellow insert, yellow straps on the driver’s seat, and there’s even a hand-painted signature of F1 designed Gordon Murray on the body. Finally, to complete the package, this baby includes the leather-cased owner’s handbooks, a Facom tool chest, tool roll with gold-plated titanium tools (originals, of course,) spare keys, and the accompanying TAG Heuer watch with the matching chassis No. 60 engraved on the face. As a side note, the watch has also never been worn, so you get that rare gem as a still-new collectible as well.

OF course, the dealer doesn’t have a price listed, so you can imagine it’s going to go for
a very pretty penny and it may even take a while to sell depending on the offers that come in. To put the importance of an unused model like this into perspective, the first F1 to be imported to the United States was sold for more than $15 million. It included some homologation parts but had been driven somewhere around 10,000 miles before being sold here. With that in mind, how much do you think this undriven example will go for? I bet someone with really deep pockets will shell out somewhere in the $25 million range. Give us your guesses in the comments section below.

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PostHeaderIcon An Incredible Limited-Run Supercar is Available for $3.6 Million

Just in case Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer’s proclamation that one-off Aston Martins start at $3 million isn’t expensive enough for some of you, might I suggest this fresh alternative. It’s one of only 24 Aston Martin Vulcans – chassis number 14, to be exact – in existence, and it can be yours for a bargain price of £2.7 million. If you’re wondering, that’s around $3.6 million based on current exchange rates.

It’s a staggering price, but with that amount, you get one of the most remarkable track-day missiles you’ll ever get to see. It’s even dressed up in a stunning Special Verde Ithaca green paint finish, a pearlescent shade that’s as mesmerizing to look at in photos as it probably is in person. If that isn’t enough to soothe your vanity, consider what the Vulcan is capable of when you unleash it on a track. Mind you, that’s a 7.0-liter, V-12 engine that spits out a beastly 800 horsepower. It’s not quite on the level of the Valkyrie hypercar, but with the ability to hit 60 mph from a standstill position in less than three seconds and a top speed that’s comfortably north of 200 mph, are we really splitting hairs just because it only has 800 ponies to play with? Having said all of that, here’s the real kicker about this pristine Vulcan: it has less than 200 miles on it. I guess the usage is a matter of perspective, but traditionally speaking, this Vulcan is as good as new, hence the the reason why it costs so much.

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The Aston Martin Vulcan is a bad boy


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“The Vulcan doesn’t approach the Valkyrie’s level of power, speed, and sophistication”

With all the hype generated by the Aston Martin Valkyrie, it’s easy to overlook the Vulcan and not think too much of it. That, of course, would be a mistake.

Sure, the Vulcan doesn’t approach the Valkyrie’s level of power, speed, and sophistication. What car does though? Remember, the Valkyrie was developed in close collaboration with Red Bull Racing, so it’s basically dripping with Formula One-type technology. Only a handful of production cars in the world can boast of having similar tech as the Valk, so it’s no shame for a car like the Vulcan to be slotted just below it in Aston Martin’s halo car pecking order.


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The thing about the Vulcan is that it is its own halo car. Its design alone is fitting of such a label. Ever seen an Aston Martin look like this? Nope. Ever seen an Aston Martin sport a rear wing that can have its own zip code? Not in this lifetime, at least. Best of all, ever seen a car pack this much technology and still concede the halo car status to another model? That’s the unique position the Vulcan finds itself in, but even in its position, you can rest assured that it’s worth every bit of that $3.6 million that Kaaimans International is asking for it.

It’s actually not the first Aston Martin Vulcan to hit the “for sale” block


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For a car that has such a limited run, you would think that the Aston Martin Vulcan would be one of those models that rarely ends up for sale. You’d be wrong, though, because there have been some examples of the Vulcan that have hit the second-hand market, one of which is still up for sale on the DupontRegistry website.

This model is all dressed up in a Fiamma Red body finish and features all of the dramatic styling cues, interior creature comforts, and state-of-the-art components that we all saw on the Vulcan when it made its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It also carries the stock number “AMLXX007” and the VIN number “AMLVULCANXXXXXX07,” likely making it model number 7 of the 24 units in existence today. It has no miles on it, though, that doesn’t seem likely, and it’s being sold for $3.4 million.


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I don’t fancy the thought of having to choose between these two models of the Aston Martin Vulcan though if I were forced to do so, I might go with the one Kaimaans is offering. I know $3.6 million is a steep price to pay for a Special Verde Ithaca green paint finish, but I’m dealing with nothing more than my imagination here. My imagination would pony up that extra $200,000 to get that look on the Vulcan.

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PostHeaderIcon Nobody on eBay Wanted this 1983 DeLorean Plated in 24k Gold

As a fan of the Back to the Future franchise, I can’t think of any other movie car that I want to own more than the DeLorean. I might even pay good money for one provided that it’s in great working condition. Imagine my surprise then when I chanced upon this beauty while doing my weekly browse through eBay. It’s a 1983 DeLorean that reportedly has just 156 miles in it. It also still has its original tires and has a rich history of its own. Oh, and it’s gold-plated too. Yep. Gold-plated. In some ways, it’s a car that’s too good to be true. Then I noticed how much the owner wants to sell it and, well, yeah, it was too good to be true.

For the record, the owner wants $150,000 for the car. On the surface, it looks to be a fair price for a 24-karat gold-plated car that also has an intriguing amount of history behind it. But I went ahead and did a little research on past DeLoreans that have been sold, that $150,000 price tag suddenly became way too overpriced. I understand the things that make it unique, but in my head, I’m not interested in the 24-karat gold as much as I am in the car itself. And when I started making comparisons, it became a little clearer why nobody actually bid on this particular example of the DeLorean when it was being offered on eBay. I still love the car and love the history that makes it as unique as it is. But do I love it enough to spend $150,000 for it? Not really.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Veneno Vs Ferrari Sergio, The Answer to Supercar Boredom

Like most people who eat, sleep, and breathe cars, I often find myself going to online classifieds to see which cars are up for sale. It doesn’t matter the price, the location, or even my ability to actually buy them. I just like looking at them and wonder who’ll end up paying that much money on what effectively are second-hand cars. This week though, I chanced upon two vehicles that don’t count as traditional cars. Heck, “traditional” isn’t even the word I’d use to describe them as supercars. These two ungodly beasts – a Lamborghini Veneno and a Ferrari Sergio – fall into categories unto themselves.

It doesn’t even matter that one of them is being sold for a price of $9.5 million whereas the other costs a “far more affordable” sum of $6.1 million. What got me is that they’re being sold roughly the same time, though not exactly by the same seller. So I thought that, if I had the money to purchase either of these two cars, which one would I buy? Would I splurge on the Veneno or the Sergio? There are obviously no wrong answers; it’s just a matter of taste, preference, or in the case of the Sergio, saving a little over $3 million in the process. Better yet, I asked my colleagues the same question. Given a choice, is it the mind-numbing Veneno or the no less spectacular Sergio?

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

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