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1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432

It might look familiar, but one look under the hood lets you know this 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432 is no regular 240Z. A 160 hp, 1,989 cc S20 inline six engine that debuted in the legendary Skyline GT-R lies under the hood, making this the "holy grail" of the Z-models. As a result, it's a far more engaging drive than the more typical 240. This particular example underwent a full restoration in Japan before being imported to the US in 2013. As one of only 420 built and only a handful in North America, it's both highly collectible and highly enjoyable.

  • 1953 Fiat 8V Supersonic

    One of only 114 "Otto Vu"s ever built and one of only 15 to receive coachwork from Giovanni Savonuzzi at Ghia, this 1953 Fiat 8V Supersonic is exceedingly rare — and exceedingly gorgeous. Under the hood lies an example of the only overhead-valve V-8 that Fiat ever made, completely rebuilt to original specifications during an exhaustive 8-year restoration that also saw the transmission rebuilt, the bodywork smoothed out, the brightwork re-chromed, and the dashboard instruments and gauges restored. It was last sold for $1.8 Million to esteemed collector Orin Smith, so you rest assured it'll be Concours-ready when it pulls into your garage.

  • 1974 BMW 2002 Tii Alpina A4S

    The BMW 2002 is one of the most iconic — and popular — cars the company has ever produced. This 1974 BMW 2002 Tii Alpina A4S is an example of what might be the best version ever built. With four-cylinder engine producing 195 hp, it was far more powerful than the stock version, modified by Alpina and fully certified. Painted a garnet red metallic and outfitted with sport seats from Recaro, this particular example has just under 19,000 miles on the odometer, making it a great candidate for collector and driver alike.