Even though Pontiac no longer makes the Trans Am, that doesn't mean this Trans Am SE Bandit Edition is anything short of the real deal. Trans Am Depot purchased the license to use the name and logo and built exactly 77 of these Bandits, the trademark vehicle Burt Reynolds eluded police with in Smokey and The Bandit. Complete with Shaker hood, T-tops, and snowflake wheels, each Trans Am gets an extra boost from the V8 engine with an output of 840 horsepower. And to top it all off, each of the 77 cars comes signed by Reynolds himself.
Imported from Colombia, this 1981 Suzuki LJ80 is almost entirely stock yet smartly restored. It's powered by the original 800cc inline 4-cylinder engine, which was overhauled in 2015 and paired with a correct 4-speed transmission. The tan body got a body-off repaint in 2012, and aftermarket adventure gear like a roll bar, cargo boxes, fire extinguisher, and water tank were added. Otherwise, the 125"-long offroader is highly original, and one of the last examples of its body style, as it was replaced by the Samurai later that same model year.
Ordered new by the music legend and first registered in September 1985, Sir Elton John's Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon is a great example of mid-80s British motoring. It received an RSW 7.0L engine and gearbox upgrade from Richard Stewart Williams, making it a bit sportier than its factory contemporaries, and is presented in its original color of Royal Cherry, with a light magnolia interior set off by exterior-matching Royal Cherry piping. The car has roughly 46,000 miles on the odometer, and comes with the original owner's manual, the Certificate of Origin, service invoices, and a brochure signed by its famous former owner.
Not enough to simply be one of the finest cars Ferrari ever made, this 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France has quite the racing record to go along with it. It was entered in 10 races throughout 1958, '59, and '60, with strong finishes in most, including 3rd place at Reims and Monza. It also saw its share of scrapes, with one young owner running the right side into the wall of a Peugeot factory. It has since been meticulously restored by noted collector and mechanic Wayne Sparling, and is presented here in its original Grigio color, with its original matching-numbers 3.0L V12 engine producing 253 hp.
Yes, we realize that he drove a white Lamborghini in the movie. Jordan Belfort owned one of those too. But it's not for sale. The Wolf Of Wall Street's 1991 Ferrari Testarossa is. Purchased by the Wolf brand new, this USA-spec model has been meticulously cared for over the years, and has only 8000 fully documented miles on the odometer. It comes complete with the original service books, handbook, and tools, as well as a set of matching luggage that is unused, but had a mysteriously scrunched $50 bill in the lining of one of the bags. It will be included, but as for tales of the debauchery that likely went on inside, you'll have to use your imagination.