It's based on a Honda Supersport with a 125cc engine. But you'd be hard-pressed to tell by looking at it. Inspired by Jet Age futurism, the Bandit9 Ava Motorcycle is a chrome-clad ride that's sure to be a highlight of any collection. It's built entirely by hand, with a high-grade steel unibody and faring, unique dual rear shocks, a sand casted swing arm, and a calf leather seat. Other highlights include the naked speedometer, custom handlebars with turn signals at the ends, and the low-hanging exhaust. Limited to only 9 units, with free door-to-door shipping so it's as shiny when it arrives as it was when it left the shop.
Receiving multiple best in class awards, this early production Lamborghini Grand Tourer 350 GT is an amazing piece of automotive history. Only 120 were made — thirteen during the introductory year — and each were mostly hand-built. This rarity is one of the few survivors, and one of even fewer that have been restored thoroughly from the inside out. It rides on Borrani knockoff wire wheels, with a 3.5-liter Bizzarrini-designed V-12 engine, and all-alloy coachwork using the Touring patented Superleggera build process. This meticulously restored beauty goes up for auction in January and is sure to go for a premium to a collector with a keen eye.
A collaboration two years in the making, the Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent takes the Italian bike manufacturer's '70s-inspired bike and adds a touch of fashion-focused cafe racer flair. Unique features include a black engine with brushed head fins, a black exhaust with a Termignoni silencer, lower handlebars with variable sections and aluminum rear mirrors sprouting from the ends, and a matte black paint job applied using a brushing process similar to that of the unique copper color that defines the front mudguard, nose fairing, frame, and wheels. Limited to only 1,077 individually-numbered units.
With an angular design that broke with past Pininfarina Ferraris and a powerful engine at the front, the 365 GTB/4 is widely considered one of the greatest cars Maranello has ever produced. This particular 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta is a fine example. At its heart is the front-mounted, 4.4L V12 engine producing 352hp, paired with a five-speed manual transmission with gated shifter. The combo is powerful enough to propel the car from 0-60 in just 5.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 174 mph. Its black exterior paint job works well with the pop-up twin headlights, wire-spoked wheels with knockoffs, and two-tone tan and black leather interior, and the number-matching chassis and engine have roughly 19,000 miles on them, making this a very desirable collector's piece.
Created to celebrate the history of the Land Rover modification and performance firm, the Overfinch 40th Anniversary Defender gives Rover's longest-lasting model a fresh facelift. Exterior changes include the company's signature painted front grille and bonnet with black chrome lettering, custom billet door handles and fuel cap, LED rear lighting, and 18" wheels. Inside, there's new ebony and cirrus leather on the seats, and headliner, a leather steering wheel, aluminum controls and pedals, and a double-din Alpine entertainment system and stereo with subwoofer, all of which help make the rugged SUV all the more luxurious.