1975 Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

In the vintage car world, history means a lot — and this 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer is completely documented since it left the factory. A numbers-matching and unrestored car, it's history can be traced through its entire life. Introduced in 1973, the 365 GT4 BB was Ferrari's first mid-engined production car, making it an important model in Ferrari history.

  • 1961 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II

    From 1958 to 1964, the Ferrari 250 GT was the best-selling model the Italian marque produced. Powered by the race-proven Colombo V12, the 250 GT was perfect for the long cruise, with an excellent blend of power, ride, and comfort. This nearly perfectly restored 1961 250 GT Cabriolet Series II is an excellent example of the model, with the added benefit of top-down motoring.

  • 1981 Toyota Trekker

    The spiritual predecessor of the 4runner, the Toyota Trekker was the result of a partnership between the Japanese automaker and Winnebago. Combining the rock-solid reliability of Toyota's pickup with the space of an SUV, it was made in surprisingly small numbers given the popularity of its successor. This particular example has spent most of its life in Colorado and seen its beloved-but-aged 22R engine replaced with a new Toyota powerplant. It still has its 5-speed transmission, has an updated exhaust that meets modern emissions standards, and a bright yellow paint job that only helps to accentuate its vintage design.

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