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.

  • Magnum P.I. Ferrari 308 GTS

    The shirt. The hat. The 'stache. There were plenty of elements that went in to making Tom Selleck's Magnum P.I. an iconic character. Among them was this Ferrari 308 GTS. This particular Quattrovalvole is certified by Ferrari as having been used during the 1984-85 shooting season, with low mileage indicating it was on screen mainly during light action and close ups. It's had only two owners since, with the latter keeping it in good order for the last 28 years. The interior has been re-dyed the correct shade of tan, the original Rossa Corsa paint remains intact, and with only 36,000 miles on the odometer, this would make an excellent collector's piece, regardless of its small screen past.

  • 1964 Cheetah Race Car

    In the 1960's, Chevrolet performance tuner Bill Thomas was tasked with designing a competitor to the Shelby Cobra. He came up with the Cheetah, and this 1964 Cheetah Race Car is one of only 15 known to survive in the world today. Designed and engineered with American components, this 64' is the only Cheetah built and raced with the Corvette heavy-duty 427ci L88 aluminum-head racing engine option. This collector's item is up for sale and retains its original 4130 chromoly chassis and suspension, complete original fiberglass body, and original fiberglass and aluminum interior.

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