You won't be buying it directly from the former champ, but he was the first to take delivery. Mike Tyson's 1995 Ferrari F50 is a well-preserved example of this F1-derived hypercar. It was the 73rd of the 350 ever built, and one of just 50 specced for the US market. In the years since Iron Mike took the wheel, it's had several owners, all Ferrari enthusiasts who have kept up with its servicing and check-ups. As a result, it's a fantastic specimen, with under 6,000 miles, many desirable accessories, features, and a unique story to tell.
Known as the godfather of all short-block-based competition cars that followed, the 1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta is an beautiful example of early Ferrari sports cars. Built in 1948 by Touring of Milan to commemorate Ferrari's victory in the Mille Miglia in 1948, this 166 MM Barchetta features a two-seat spider body with full fenders, and egg-crate grill, and unadorned beltlines. Chassis 0058 is up for auction and is one of only 25 Touring barchettas. It's won several awards on the track and in more recent years at car shows around the globe. It remains remarkably intact with the original Touring body, matching V12 engine and gearbox. An incredibly rare car to come to auction that is sure to be a sought-after trophy for collectors.
Of the 310 produced, this 1963 Porsche 356 B Carrera 2 is one of just 30 that came equipped with an electric sunroof, making it one rare ride. The car also features chrome wheels, wood steering wheel, and a lowered driver's seat to accommodate taller drivers. A meticulous seven-year restoration brought it to its current condition, with a fresh coat of its original Oslo Blu paint and a recovering of the light brown leatherette interior. The original motor was replaced with a rebuilt 587/1 130 horsepower engine, so this Porsche can be driven just the way it was intended.
Part off-roader and part pop-top camper, this 1966 Land Rover 109 Series IIA Dormobile has seen its fair share of adventure. Originally owned by big game hunter Herbert S. Veltmen, the vehicle was first used in Africa for safari hunts and expeditions. A 1977 purchase brought it to the states where it saw a restoration that included new Italian leather upholstery, new speedometer, and a rebuild of the original 2.25 liter four-cylinder engine and transmission. The interior contains a two-burner propane stove, dry sink, and additional sleeping when the front and rear seats are folded flat, while the clamshell roof houses with a pair of fold-out cots for accommodations far more stylish than your average camper.
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.
They didn't make a "black edition" FJ back in the '70s. If they had, it might've looked something like this Matte Black 1979 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser. Recently, exhaustively restored, black dominates the truck's exterior, appearing on the body panels, bumpers, and wheels. The interior is similarly murdered out with black upholstered seats and a matching sprayed floor. A 3.9L inline six provides power, paired with a four-speed manual, and combining with the short wheelbase and fixed hard top to make this specimen desirable beyond its sinister paint job.