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PostHeaderIcon The Gruppe5 BMW 2002 Is An 800 Horsepower Blast From The Past with a $1 Million Price Tag

When you bring together one the best BMW engine builders and tuners with one of the best chassis and body designers of the last few decades, you’re bound to get an amazing product. Take it a step further, and task them with re-imagining BMW’s diminutive two-door hit of the late ’60s and early ’70s, the 2002, into a bona fide racer with a Group 5-inspired body kit and as much power as a McLaren 650S. You’ll end up with something like the
Gruppe5 2002, a $1 million, flared pocket rocket that you didn’t know you wanted.

Actually; a carbon fiber body with boxy arches and an enormous rear wing that acts as a cage for a 744 horsepower V-10. That’s what you get, plus a lot more, if you wire $875,000 to Gruppe5’s account. Add $100,000 more, and you’ll get 803 horsepower from a bigger version of that same V-10. The catch is that Gruppe5 only plans to build 300 of these bonkers 2002s, 200 with the 744 horsepower engine and 100 with the 803 horsepower unit installed in front of the cabin. When will the renders you see turn into a running and driving car? Pretty soon since Bill and Bob Riley, two of the co-founders of the project as well as the driving power behind Riley Automotive will get cracking after Bob returns from the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June. Now, if the name Riley rings any bells, I bet you now understand why this thing will cost as much as two Ferrari 812 Superfasts brimming with options. Oh, and that engine guy is none other than Steve Dinan, the founder of Dinan Cars and reputable Daytona Prototype-era engine builder.

PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: Practically New 1981 Triumph TR8

In the annals of sports car lore, there are some models that, for one reason or another, don’t get the attention they deserve. The Triumph TR8 counts as one of them. It only had a three-year run (1978 to 1981), which contributes to the lack of awareness of the car, though Triumph’s fledgling state at that time also contributed to the TR8’s short-lived turn in the spotlight. All that said, the TR8 was still a sight to behold, and the fact that Triumph didn’t get a chance to build many units has increased its provenance. Well, there’s one TR8 that’s for sale on eBay Motors, and it only has 90 miles on it. Perhaps now’s the time to buy one?

PostHeaderIcon Car for sale: 2001 Cadillac Northstar LMP01 Raced At Le Mans And Now It Could Be Yours

Remember the Cadillac Northstar engines? They were a bunch of highly-advanced, DOHC V-6 and V-8 engines built by Cadillac from the ’90s all the way to 2011. In the early days of the Third Millenium, the Northstar made its way into prototype racing in the middle of the Riley & Scott-developed Cadillac LMP that raced for just three years. This is the fourth chassis ever made, and it was raced by the factory in the American Le Mans Series and at Le Mans in 2000 and 2001. Sadly, unlike the current Cadillac DPi-V.R, the LMP project was ambitious, but the money flow stopped just as the car was getting good and GM ditched its plans of replicating Ford’s Le Mans glory.

Believe it or not, Cadillac first raced at Le Mans in the year 1950 when Briggs S. Cunningham brought two Series 61 models, the first Americans to race at Le Mans in two decades. One of the two Caddies featured an aerodynamic bodywork designed in the Grumman Aircraft wind tunnel with the aim being to achieve a low drag coefficient. Half a century later, Cadillac returned at Le Mans with an angular-looking prototype that, while looking quite a bit like Cadillac’s products at the time, was underpinned by a proven chassis. The problem, though, was the engine. It was always about the Northstar, and it took Cadillac two years to make it reliable and then, in year number three, they finally started working on performance, and the results started to come. The fourth year was supposed to be the one when everything came together, and the target was locked on the laurels everyone was after – but it never happened.

PostHeaderIcon You Can Get a Used Alfa Romeo 4C for Dirt Cheap Right Now

It should come as no surprise that we’re huge fans of the Alfa Romeo 4C. Making its formal debut in 2013, the 4C was the first mass-production model Alfa offered to the U.S. market in nearly two decades. And what a comeback – this thing offers low-weight, mid-engine, carbon-intensive thrills, plus jaw-dropping Italian styling, all without the high-entry price of a traditional supercar. Now, according to a recent report from Autotrader, you can find this enthusiast’s wet dream on the used market for criminally low prices.

PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: 1992 Dodge Viper with Just 34 Miles on the Clock

The 1992 Dodge Viper was Chrysler’s way of saying ’we’ve now sold enough Minivans to be able to fund an exciting halo car,’ which the Viper truly was. Devoided of modern creature comforts or safety features, the RT/10 was a Corvette eater. This red example from the first year of production somehow managed to gather just 34 miles on the odometer and could be yours for just under $100,000.

You barely ever see cars like the Viper come out of the doors of a major manufacturer nowadays. The Viper itself was axed in 2017 because Chrysler couldn’t put curtain airbags on it nor was the V-10 monster in demand anymore. With it went the Conner Assembly Plant, and all that’s left now are the hopes that somehow, in the future, the Viper will be revived, although that’s hard to imagine.

PostHeaderIcon Car For Sale: 1993 Callaway C8 Camaro Six-speed with Only 1,135 Miles on the Clock

Callaway is a long-time tuner of GM products although it focuses on Chevy cars, trucks and SUVs. The fourth-generation Camaro didn’t escape the clutches of Callaway, though, and this car is the prototype that toured all major auto shows in the mid-’90s and was on the cover of Motor Trend in 1994. It boasts a 404 horsepower, 6.3-liter, V-8.

The F-Body Camaro that debuted in 1992 was seen by Reeves Callaway’s company as a “lower cost platform than the Corvette with a larger market.” As such, the American tuner and manufacturer debuted their own high-performance version in 1993. The ’SuperNatural Camaro’ kit was available with a variety of options in terms of both the body and performance-enhancing parts. The Camaros sent new from Chevy to Callaway built to the top specification right at their shop were known as C8s. Callaway also offered the ’SuperNatural’ kit for the C4 Corvette and, in the same vein, the Corvette delivered brand-new to Callaway and equipped with these mods are known as Callaway Corvette C6s.

PostHeaderIcon Shady Toyota Dealership Buys that Mint-Condition 1994 Supra; Relists it at $500,000

The launch of the fifth-generation Supra is feeding into the hype of the previous generation Supra too, apparently. A 1994 example of the fourth generation recently sold on Bring A Trailer for a ludicrous $121,000 and then quickly emerged on the website of Chicago Northside Toyota with a senseless price tag of $500,000.

The new GR Supra seems to help the old Porsche-beating Supra gain momentum even more than before in terms of the sums of money people ask for pristine examples. With only 7,000 miles on the odometer, this particular red model sold on January 3rd on Bring A Trailer and, the other day, the guys at Carscoops noticed the same car for sale at a Chicago Toyota dealer for half a million bucks or $7,902 per month for 60 months. Since then, the said dealer has taken down the downright insulting listing from its website but it still beggars belief that someone thought this would be a sensible thing to do

PostHeaderIcon Here’s a 1985 Dodge RamCharger Prospector That’ll Make You Forget Your Itch for an Old-School Land Cruiser or Bronco

A 1985 Dodge RamCharger Prospector is available at Barrett Jackson’s auction in Scottsdale, Arizona this weekend. Regarded as perhaps the best-kept secret in the world of vintage trucks and SUVs, the RamCharger Prospector’s status is expected to blow up as prices for old Broncos, Land Cruisers, and Wagoneers become unattainable. Fortunately, the RamCharger Prospector can be still had at affordable prices, including this fine 1985 model that only has 7,563 original miles under its belt. There’s no reserve price attached to this particular piece, so it’s going to be sold to the highest bidder regardless of the final price. If you can score this burgeoning collector’s item, you could be ahead of the game in the quest for 1985 RamCharger Prospectors that are still, at the very least, in good running condition.

PostHeaderIcon A 1994 Toyota Supra With 7k Miles Sold for Crazy Money

A 1994 Toyota Supra has just been sold for $121,000. Yup, you read that right. This number is kind of hurting my intelligence. $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota Supra? I mean, really?

True, the model sold through Bring a Trailer listing is nearly perfect. It is red, manual, twin-turbocharged, and it covered only 7,111 miles. But, $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota? Well, with the impending debut of the all-new Toyota Supra GR A90 in a week or so, the world obviously went berserk about the best Supra that ever was. The thing is that this particular version was really well cared for. And, it is one of the top of the line models from the age when it was produced.

PostHeaderIcon A 1994 Toyota Supra With 7k Miles Sold for Crazy Money

A 1994 Toyota Supra has just been sold for $121,000. Yup, you read that right. This number is kind of hurting my intelligence. $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota Supra? I mean, really?

True, the model sold through Bring a Trailer listing is nearly perfect. It is red, manual, twin-turbocharged, and it covered only 7,111 miles. But, $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota? Well, with the impending debut of the all-new Toyota Supra GR A90 in a week or so, the world obviously went berserk about the best Supra that ever was. The thing is that this particular version was really well cared for. And, it is one of the top of the line models from the age when it was produced.

PostHeaderIcon The Only Road-Legal Porsche 935 Is Up For Sale!

Porsche’s 935 race car was built to compete in the Group 5 class that was the pinnacle of GT racing in the late ’70s and very early ’80s. The
935 was the car to beat in Europe and across the Atlantic in the U.S. and even won Le Mans overall. Such accolades pushed F1 team owner Walter Wolf to want one, but not for the race track. The result was maybe the fastest road-legal car in the world at the time.

When you think about a GT racing car, you envision a car that’s based on a production model that was heavily modified, stripped of any useless equipment that only added weight, and then sent out on the track to compete against other vehicles like it. What’s unusual is to want for one of those race-prepped machines to be made street-legal again, while keeping most if not all of the racing bits on. That was the premise, largely speaking, of the insane GT1 class that lived a short life in the late ’90s but, even before that, there was one car that followed that same path: Walter Wolf’s street-going 935 K3 built by Kremer Racing of Germany.

PostHeaderIcon You Can Get a Fully Licensed, Brand New 1966-1977 Ford Bronco if You’re Willing to Pay for it

The new Ford Bronco will arrive in 2020, but those who can’t wait that long now have the opportunity to have their fill with the original Bronco courtesy of a company called Gateway Bronco. The Illinois-based outfit has been restoring the first-generation Bronco since it started operations in 2016. But thanks to a partnership with Ford, Gateway Bronco has announced plans to go beyond restoring original Broncos and will build brand new, old Broncos under license from Ford. Mind you; these aren’t Gateway’s “interpretation” of the original Broncos. These are original Broncos that Gateway will build with the blessing of Ford. They even come with a five-year, bumper-to-bumper warranty. Gateway plans to build three versions of the original Bronco, all in limited quantities. The price range of these models goes from $120,000 to $180,000.

PostHeaderIcon Car for Sale: Rare 2007 Ferarri 599 GTZ Nibbio Zagato

The Ferrari 599 GTZ Nibbio Zagato was unveiled back in 2007 and was just limited to nine units worldwide. Compare this model to modern-day Ferraris, and you will notice how radically different this is from what the Italian manufacturer makes now. Upfront, it looks nothing but a Ferrari, but the rear is where it looks different. This is exactly what modern-day automakers must do, instead of following the Russian doll design. The 599 GTZ you see here is actually up for sale, assuming you can afford it.

PostHeaderIcon Beechmont Ford Performance Has Another Crazy Deal – this Time It Involves Nitrous and Mustang GTs

Beechmont Ford Performance, an Ohio-based dealership, is in the news again. And, for good reason. Its claim-to-fame was selling 700-horsepower Mustang GTs for a mere $40,000. This time, the showroom is selling brand new Mustang GTs with a bottle of nitrous fitted in the boot.
Can it get any crazier than this?

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.

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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.


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


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