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1964 Toyota FJ45 Land Cruiser Truck

Fully restored with an eye on drivability as opposed to preservation, this 1964 Toyota FJ45 Land Cruiser Truck is an arguably even better version of the FJ40 stablemate. During its recent restoration, the F135 engine was upgraded to the more modern 2F, the three-speed column shift transmission replaced with a floor-shift four-speed, and the transfer case and manual brakes replaced with vacuum equivalents. The exterior was redone in light tan, and the interior received similar updates, with new gray cloth upholstery, weather-stripping, and pedal pads. The result, while not as original as some examples, is no doubt better suited to provide long-term enjoyment for its next owner.

  • 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta

    The Lamborghini Miura gets most of the credit, but the Mangusta was arguably just as important in laying the groundwork for modern supercars. Only 401 were ever built, and only 250 or so remain, so this 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta is a rare relic indeed. Amazingly, it's only been driven 2,900 miles over the years, and aside from the exterior paint — which was recently restored to its original Silver Blue Metallic — the car is entirely original, from the Ford 5.0L V8 engine and electrics down to the tires and "mouse hair" dash. A true gem of a sports car that only recently has started to receive the respect it deserves.

  • 1968 Iso Rivolta IR 300 Coupe

    Designed in collaboration with Ferrari engineer Giotto Bizzarrini and featuring bodywork styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Ghia, this 1968 Iso Rivolta IR 300 Coupe is a true Italian motoring classic. It was driven on a regular basis until being parked in the late '90s, leaving its original Corvette-spec 5.4L V8, transmission, bodywork, and interior intact. Inside and out, it certainly shows its age, but the fact that it's still complete and intact makes it an ideal candidate for restoration, and as one of just 800 ever built, a deserved candidate, too.