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1967 Toyota 2000GT

One of only 180 Japanese market models believed to still exist, this 1967 Toyota 2000GT is a fine example of the original Japanese supercar. It's powered by its original, matching numbers Yamaha inline six-cylinder engine, good for 150+ hp and a top speed of 135 mph. The Raymond Loewy-penned exterior is in the original Pegasus White, which contrasts well with the black leather interior. The car had a full service when it made its trek across the Pacific and has been sparingly driven since, making this a particularly well-preserved example.

  • 1977 Porsche 935 & Transporter

    Most vintage cars require you to find a way to transport them home after purchase. This 1977 Porsche 935 & Transporter has that part covered. Converted from a 930 Turbo Carrera, this 935 was raced for several years by Norm Goldrich's team, after having its engine upgraded to a 3.2L turbo pumping out 610hp, which, combined with a racing weight of just under 2,400 lbs, allowed it to reach a top speed of 180 mph. It also has a 4-speed transmission with Billet shifter, BBS racing rims, Brembo brakes, and an adjustable tail. Included with it is a custom Porsche hauler based on the Mercedes-Benz Porsche transporter, complete with hydraulic platfom, a lifting capacity of 3,300 lbs, and soundproof aluminum construction.

  • Deus Ex Machina 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

    They're best known for their custom motorcycles, but as this Deus Ex Machina 1966 Plymouth Barracuda, they're equally adept at modding four-wheeled vehicles. Built and owned by Matt Hart, this Italian series one is powered by a 480hp 273 engine mated to a four-speed manual gearbox, and is outfitted with semi slick tires to make it road-friendly. This being a Deus build, the exterior is just as polished as the specs, with a gold paint job complimented by a green central stripe and white circles for racing numbers, and finished with details like blacked out rims and leather hood straps.