The BMW M3 is a legend, no two ways about it. And while there were purists who were upset with BMW for putting a V8 engine in their legendary sports sedan, it turns out that it made for one heck of a car. This 2010 BMW M3 sedan delivers the kind of thrills you used to have to buy a 2-seat supercar to enjoy, while maintaining its daily-driver demeanor. Talk about having your cake and eating it, too! The charcoal gray metallic paint is a great choice on the M3. Let the extroverts have their brightly colored race cars, this sleek sedan is pure Q-ship, designed to speak softly and carry a big V8 stick. Owned from day one by enthusiastic owners, it remains in exemplary shape with a deep luster to the paint and no evidence that it has ever been wrecked or damaged. The doors close with typical Teutonic precision, the gaps are exacting, and the paint shows you what you got for almost $70 grand back in 2010. Its just gorgeous. It comes from New Mexico, so rust is obviously a non-issue and it remains completely stock externally, from the gaping air intakes to the subtle power dome on the hood to the quad exhaust tips out back. Yes, its got a ton of presence, but only the people who know what it is understand that theyre in the presence of greatness. The black leather interior looks virtually new, with very few signs of use or wear even on the high-traffic surfaces of the outer bolsters. Those deeply sculpted (and heated!) seats are designed to hold you in place for spirited driving, but theyre also all-day comfortable for blasting across the country at high speeds. Perhaps most importantly, this car carries a traditional 6-speed manual gearbox, complete with a clutch pedal on the floor. Even BMW isnt immune to the performance advantages of the modern clutchless paddle shifter gearbox, but for many enthusiasts, theres just something special about the perfectly executed shift. It matters a lot in a car like this. Of course, everything else was standard on the M3, including climate control, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, a fantastic stereo system, cruise control, a tilt/telescope steering column, and a sunroof. The back seat looks completely unused and theres a good-sized trunk that makes this a real car for real people. The heart of the E90 M3 is a 4.0 liter V8 making 420 horsepower at a rather astounding 8300 RPM. While earlier M3s typically used inline-6s, the V8 transformed the M3 into something altogether...nastier. Its rippingly fast with seemingly endless reserves of torque, and it will lunge forward at virtually any speed in any gear. The smooth V8 feels like it could rev forever and never seems to be working very hard, despite the fact that this sedan will embarrass a lot of heavy-duty sports cars. Remarkably, its completely stock, with its owners resisting the usual temptation to upgrade and personalize their BMW. As a result, it runs and drives like a BMW should and has no issues, no quirks, and no service problems to address. It also rides surprisingly well given its performance capabilities and obviously, the brakes are enormously powerful. The only noteworthy extra is a set of spacers to push the wheels outboard a bit, giving it that awesome stance. But the 18-inch alloys and staggered 245/40/18 front and 265/40/18 rear Michelin radials are as the factory intended. Beautifully maintained in a warm climate, this M3 represents something of a bargain given both its original sticker price and the price of a new one. Get in and drive, and maybe youll understand. Call now!
Few things are better than a 2-seat roadster with a potent six-cylinder powerplant up front. The British probably invented the things, but cars like this 1998 BMW Z3 M Roadster are the modern embodiment of the less is more philosophy that makes 2-seat sports cars so special. With maintenance records, no modifications, an appealing color combination, and classic good looks, just imagine next summer with this in your garage. Basic black always works and looks particularly good on the Z3s swoopy 2-seater bodywork. With just over 70,000 original miles, it remains in excellent shape, thanks to a combination of quality BMW workmanship and careful ownership over the past 20 years (yes, its been that long already!). The shark-like Z3 still looks great, the kind of car that makes people stop and watch as it drives past, and with the Ms flared fenders, deeper chin spoiler, and quad exhaust tips, everyone knows this isnt any garden-variety Z3. Thanks to BMW build quality, gaps are tight while the aggressive front fascia is in great shape with a few touch-ups, and the gills on the front fenders add an old-school touch. In back, the third brake light is neatly integrated into the trunk lid and youll find that theres a minimum of add-ons, just a pure, clean shape. If you want a good-looking sports car that isnt the same-old, same-old, this BMW definitely delivers. Those of you who have driven BMWs already know that the interior is singularly focused on the driver, an environment that works with you to seamlessly blend man and machine. The black leather seats are in outstanding condition and still gently but firmly hold you in place. Black carpets are plush enough to whisper luxury, but lightweight so they dont slow the car down. Big, round gauges with chrome rings were obviously influenced by great sports cars of the past, and include the auxiliary dials down on the console. Everything was standard in the M, including A/C, power windows, seats, and locks, a tilt steering wheel, and cruise control, all of which are joined by an AM/FM/CD stereo thats still no match for the exhaust note. Everything works, which shouldnt be a surprise, and it looks fresh not dated the way a lot of retro styled cars seem to get. Theres a black canvas top that fits well enough to make this car car wash safe and the trunk is big enough for a few overnight bags so go hit the road! The Z3 M got the same 3.2 liter inline-6 found in the M3, and yes, its as smooth and torquey as youve heard. In the lightweight Z3, its positively robust, flinging the lightweight car down the road with ease. It never grumbles or stumbles, its always impeccably smooth, and youll relish running it through the gears every chance you get, just for the joy of the machine doing its work. It remains completely stock, which is a rare thing in the BMW world, and has always been serviced at the dealer, so you know its right. The 5-speed manual gearbox slips through the gears with just a gentle tug on the knob and the all-independent suspension manages to be both competent and supple at the same time, with enormous grip that never feels harsh. The dual exhaust system gives the six a wonderful tenor voice and a lifetime in a warm climate shows in the clean undercarriage. Special M-specific alloy wheels and recent performance radials give it just the right profile as well as an upscale image. This is first-class BMW performance and luxury at a third-class price. Where else can you get this much class and performance for so little cash? Call today!
For you numbers junkies out there, this 2000 Saleen S281 SC is one heck of a rare beast. Its one of only 974 Saleens built in 2000, so you arent likely to see another one at the local cruise night. It might just be the ultimate hybrid of ultimate performance Mustangs. Saleen has always had a way of giving the Mustang an edge without diluting its basic personality, and #331 is no exception. In fact, a lot of folks argued that the Cobra just wasnt unique enough given its performance (and price) differential over the standard GT, so this Saleen really delivers. It offers a complete body kit, including a front fascia, side skirts, rear wing, and lower valence that make it look downright predatory on the road. The silver paint is beautifully preserved, showing almost no signs of use, and kudos to the Saleen techs for matching it so precisely before laying down their signature graphics package. And the stuffs totally functional, having been tested on the track and not just designed because some guy thought it looked slick-thats the Saleen difference. The chin spoiler has been repainted just to make it looks its best, but the rest remains as the factory did it and the preservation is pretty impressive. Inside, its pretty much stock Mustang, mostly because it was already a first-class cabin for doing the serious business of driving. Comfortable bucket seats are wrapped in charcoal leather and show very little wear and no damage over the past 18 seasons. Saleen added their own white gauge faces (this car has a custom silver instrument panel), matching gray floor mats, and its been upgraded with a slick Steeda Tri-Ax shifter, but since Ford got the Mustang right, there wasnt much need to mess with success. The rear seats look completely unused, and with just over 9200 original miles (not a typo), this car was never used for daily commuting. Its loaded with every feature Ford offered, from A/C to a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system, making this a no-compromises supercar that can be enjoyed every day if needed. The SOHC V8 that formed the core of the Mustang GT is a gem of a motor. Willing to spin to 6500 RPM with an exhaust note that sounds like ripping silk, its potent and makes the Saleen feel like a vastly more expensive car. Nevertheless, more is always better, and with the addition of a roots-style supercharger on top of the V8s intake, it cranks out a stout 365 horsepower and 400 pounds of torque, all without hurting reliability or drivability one bit. There might even be a bit of extra power on top thanks to a 90mm throttle body, custom tune from Sean Hyland, upgraded throttle body, and an upgraded H-pipe. Saleens upgraded suspension has been augmented with an Eibach Pro-Damper kit, which gives this car amazing reflexes, and it works with Saleens chassis reinforcements. A great-sound SR Performance cat-back exhaust system sounds heroic and all the fluids are fresh. Theres also a recent alignment to get the most out of the fresh Michelin radials, which ride on Saleens very handsome chrome-plated 18-inch alloy wheels. For future Mustang collectors, this is a rare gem, and even today, it is an absolute blast to drive. If youre looking for a unique Mustang, there arent many better choices than this Saleen. Call today!
Theres a pretty short list of cars built in the 21st century that could be considered collectable, but the most recent 2-seat Thunderbirds have to qualify. Cars like this 2002 Ford Thunderbird have all the right ingredients: looks, performance, limited production, and a nostalgia behind them that takes us back decades. Late-model Thunderbirds are surprisingly affordable, but unlike most of them, this one has low mileage and has been properly maintained. Most of the late-model Birds are soft pastels that were inspired by the 50s originals, but you just cant go wrong with classic Whisper White on your 2-seater convertible. Showing just 41,570 original miles, this car has spent the last 17 years being a garage queen, used only on nice days and special occasions, which is how many of its siblings have spent their lives, too. As a result, there are no worries about foul weather issues like rust and theres absolutely no evidence its ever been hit or even touched up after a parking lot ding. The factory paint shows a nice soft gloss that highlights the interesting shapes on the body, including the way the taillights smoothly blend into the trunk lid. As youd expect, there are a few small chips on the nose and rockers, but on the other hand door gaps are excellent, the chrome bits are still bright, and there arent even any windshield wiper marks on the windshield itself. You want a car thats led an easy life, this is definitely it. The black and red leather interior is an awesome choice with the white body, offering a sharp contrast that will look good decades from now. As youd expect from the mileage, its quite clean inside, showing only some minor comfort marks on the drivers chair leather. These cars are supremely comfortable, so its easy to settle in behind the wheel for a long road trip, and the seats strike just the right blend of comfort and support for spirited driving. Matching black carpets and dashboard make it look tidy, and the inlaid turquoise thunderbird emblem and brushed metal trim hearkens back to the original 2-seat Thunderbird with its engine-turned dashboard. Cream-faced gauges have an elegant look without being too retro and the rest of the dash is filled with buttons and displays for the climate control system and AM/FM/CD stereo. The trunk is as new and like most of its siblings, this Thunderbird carries both a black convertible top and a color-matched porthole hardtop for all-weather motoring. Fords 3.9 liter DOHC V8 engine was a great choice for the Thunderbird. Its got decent power, but tire-shredding burn outs are not really the point. Instead, its what Rolls-Royce would describe as adequate and delivers that power smoothly without a fuss. Theres a nice V8 burble from the tailpipe that never gets annoying and when paired with the 5-speed automatic overdrive transmission, it always seems to be on its toes. Need to get into that spot in traffic? Easy! Cruising down your favorite country road? Plenty of punch coming out of corners. Long highway drive? Effortless and surprisingly efficient. The 4-wheel independent suspension soaks up bumps without being mushy and 4-wheel disc brakes are a welcome feature that early T-Bird owners would definitely have appreciated. Chrome-plated Premium wheels add some flash and carry expensive 235/50/17 Michelin Pilot radials all around. As it has always been, the Thunderbird is a fun future collectable thats eminently affordable today. Call now!
The 21st century Ford Thunderbird was a collectable the moment it hit the showroom, but some are more collectable than others. This relatively rare (#909 out of 1000) 2004 Ford Thunderbird Pacific Coast Roadster stands out in a crowd while still delivering the same driving experience that keeps these cars in such high demand. Like the Neiman-Marcus and 007 editions, the Pacific Coast Roadster got its own color called Monterey Mist Green, which makes the Thunderbird look sleek, not vintage. For a car thats been around for 15 years now, the finish is in very good condition, a testament to both the care it has received and the fact that it was never really used as a daily driver. Build quality on these cars was quite good, with sharp gaps all around and doors that close with a solid sound, rather well done for a car with a convertible top. The vintage T-Bird look is still there in small doses, particularly up front where theres a nice chrome grille and hood scoop, while out back, the big, round taillights are a 21st century take on Fords favorite jet-age styling feature. Beautiful Thunderbird emblems resemble the originals with their inlaid turquoise details and a few well-chosen bits of chrome give this Bird an upscale feel. If youre going to pick nits, theres a small scuff on the rear bumper, but overall this car is really impressively clean for its age. The Light and Dark Ash interior is a nice contrast to the metallic green paint and its far more comfortable in the sun than black and far more interesting than tan. It also appears to be years younger and miles fresher than youd expect, with seats showing only very minor wear and its worth noting that this was the only time cloth inserts were used on the Thunderbird. Of course, on Fords flagship, everything was standard, so you get ice cold A/C, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, cruise control, and a great-sounding stereo that works well top up or top down. There were several different dashboard finishes available, but the Pacific Coast Roadsters received a unique dot pattern that looks great with the white-faced gauges and turquoise pointers. Its strictly a 2-seater, but theres a well-finished package shelf behind the seats and a good-sized trunk thats fully upholstered in as-new condition. And like the Birds of the past, this one offers both a unique Light Ash convertible top (power assisted, of course) as well as a contrasting Ash Metallic porthole hardtop. The only engine available in the late-model Birds was a 3.9 liter DOHC V8 that delivered the kind of effortless performance that made the original so popular. Its not a racer, but its competent and has a great V8 growl thanks to a modified exhaust system that dumped the rear resonators. It starts easily, idles smoothly, and moves the tidy convertible with gusto but never threatens to get unruly. A 5-speed automatic transmission was the only choice, and it, too, specializes in always being in the right gear without attracting a lot of attention. An all-independent suspension handles well but doesnt jostle occupants and the 4-wheel discs are powerful. And thanks to a recent $4500 service that included all new power steering components, A/C service, new water pump, and a lot of other work, its 100% ready to drive and enjoy. Finally, those 16-spoke alloys are also unique to the Pacific Coast Roadster and wear expensive 235/50/17 Michelin radials. This Thunderbird neatly balances price and quality with fun and collectability, making it a great choice for a late-model hobby car. Call today!
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
Theres a pretty short list of cars built in the 21st century that could be considered collectable, but the most recent 2-seat Thunderbirds have to qualify. Cars like this 2002 Ford T-Bird have all the right ingredients: looks, performance, limited production, and a nostalgia behind them that takes us back decades. Late-model Thunderbirds are surprisingly affordable, but unlike most of them, this one has ultra-low mileage and has been very well-maintained. Most of the late-model Birds are soft pastels that were inspired by the 50s originals, but you just cant go wrong with classic Torch Red on your 2-seater convertible. Showing just 21,055 original miles, this car has spent most of its life as a garage queen, used only on nice days and special occasions, which is how many of its siblings have spent their lives, too. As a result, there are no worries about foul weather issues like rust and theres absolutely no evidence its ever been hit or even touched up after a parking lot ding. The factory paint shows a brilliant gloss that highlights the interesting shapes on the body, including the way the taillights smoothly blend into the trunk lid. As youd expect, door gaps are excellent, the chrome bits are still bright, and there arent even any windshield wiper marks on the windshield itself. You want a car thats led an easy life, this is definitely it. The black leather interior is an awesome choice with the red body, offering a sharp contrast that will look good decades from now. As youd expect from the miniscule mileage, its almost new in every way, showing only some very, very faint comfort marks on the outer edges of the front leather seats that might have been there when the cow was wearing it. These cars are supremely comfortable, so its easy to settle in behind the wheel for a long road trip, and the seats strike just the right blend of comfort and support for spirited driving. Matching black carpets and dashboard make it look tidy, and the inlaid turquoise thunderbird emblem and brushed metal trim hearkens back to the original 2-seat Thunderbird with its engine-turned dashboard. White-faced gauges have an elegant look without being too retro and the rest of the dash is filled with buttons and displays for the climate control system and AM/FM/CD stereo. The trunk is as new and like most of its siblings, this Thunderbird carries both a black convertible top and a color-matched porthole hardtop for all-weather motoring. Fords 3.9 liter DOHC V8 engine was a great choice for the Thunderbird. Its got decent power, but tire-shredding burn outs are not really the point. Instead, its what Rolls-Royce would describe as adequate and delivers that power smoothly without a fuss. Theres a nice V8 burble from the tailpipe that never gets annoying and when paired with the 5-speed automatic overdrive transmission, it always seems to be on its toes. Need to get into that spot in traffic? Easy! Cruising down your favorite country road? Plenty of punch coming out of corners. Long highway drive? Effortless and surprisingly efficient. The 4-wheel independent suspension soaks up bumps without being mushy and 4-wheel disc brakes are a welcome feature that early T-Bird owners would definitely have appreciated. Chrome-plated Premium wheels add some flash and carry new 235/50/17 Michelin radials all around. Documented with the original window sticker, maintenance records, and manuals, this is a fun future collectable thats eminently affordable today. Call now!
Jaguar is perhaps most famous for their slinky 2-seat convertibles, and this 1999 Jaguar XK8 continues the tradition in grand style. Offering a huge amount of performance for the cost of a used Honda, this is A-list motoring that anyone can afford. Finished in brilliant Meteorite Metallic (AKA silver), this looks like the right car to have inherited the E-Types legacy. Long, smooth, with a very pronounced hood, an oval air intake, and smooth headlamps, its instantly recognizable as a Jaguar. Theres a serious performance car underneath, but it doesnt seem to need to advertise, which means no spoilers, no wing, just clean lines that are elegance in motion. It shows only 68,123 miles on the clock and there might be some signs of time and use throughout, but theres no denying the sinuous look of Jaguars top cat. And despite the flaws, this car clearly demonstrates that $80,000 paint is better than $30,000 paint and remains a tribute to the artisans in Coventry who assemble these cars; remember that this car is coming up on 20 years old yet still turns heads like few others. There are almost no nits to pick aside from the usual signs of use on the lower edges, but even those are virtually invisible thanks to the wonders of silver paint. Jaguar is rightly famous for their sumptuous interiors, and just because the car has nearly 300 horsepower on tap doesnt mean it cant be comfortable as well. With a masterful blend of natural materials (Cashmere leather on the seats, real burled walnut on the dash, and wool carpets underfoot) there are few other automakers who can compete with Jaguar at this level. All of it is in very good condition befitting the age and mileage, although the drivers seat has been reupholstered at some point. Jaguars only came one way: loaded, and everything is in working order on this one, including the ice cold A/C. The burled walnut instrument panel and matching console are downright gorgeous and probably worth the price of admission all by themselves. The AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo system still sounds good by todays standards and you can pretty much forget the old wives tales about electrical gremlins in Jaguars because this one works as intended. Theres also a snug-fitting black canvas convertible top that disappears under a matching tan boot for a clean look. Oh, and if youd like to do some grand touring, the trunk is big enough to accommodate all the gear youd neat for a nice road trip. The XK8s real claim to fame, however, is under the hood where a 290 horsepower version of Jaguars 4.0 liter DOHC V8 makes this car feel like a British Corvette. Of course, its very civilized horsepower, but that doesnt mean the engine isnt monstrously powerful. Properly maintained for the past 18 years, it starts and runs rather well and doesnt exhibit any of the issues that often plague high-end performance cars. A gentle prod of the throttle generates impressive thrust and torque that makes you smile, but mashing it creates a demonic blur outside the windows as the car lunges forward. A 5-speed automatic and an athletic suspension are standard, so Jaguars wonderful blend of handling and ride quality remains in place. Its also equipped with powerful 4-wheel disc brakes and it rides on very cool-looking 17-inch chrome alloys wearing staggered 245/50/17 performance radials. Not perfect, but an A-list luxury performance car that still attracts attention and delivers a first-class motoring experience. Call today!
If youre the kind of guy who says too much horsepower is never enough, this 1999 Acura Integra might be the car for you. Subtle as all get-out, silly fast, and beautifully engineered, it packs a mountain of a motor wrapped in rather sedate bodywork thats bound to catch more than a few guys sleeping. At first glance, this looks like a fairly stock Integra, and thats the entire point. These were already handsome cars, with their distinctive headlights and smooth contours, and adding a wide-body kit does nothing to change all that. Its so cleanly done that you almost think its factory-built; the nose fits cleanly, the body lines are uninterrupted, and it gives the muscular little hatchback a performance stance. It has been de-badged and repainted, a glorious metallic burgundy that is almost too nice to risk on the street. But that wont matter after you dip into the turbocharged V8s torque reserves; sorry, Im getting ahead of myself. Its just beautifully built, nicely finished, and obviously intended to be a sleeper. It appears that the headlights have been upgraded but only an expert will notice, while out back there are vents flanking the taillights that give you the inkling that something is going on back there. Oh, and the twin exhaust pipes under the license plate. Theyre just plain cool. Slide behind the wheel and you may not even notice that this Acura has been so radically modified. Stock seats show some wear, but theyre stock, which is all part of the plan. The original steering wheel, gauges, and dash are all in place as well. That big B&M shifter in the center console is a dead giveaway, but the guy in the next car cant see it and it works rather well. There are also auxiliary gauges mounted down low on the console, keeping an eye on the big V8s vitals. You will note there is no radio, but one glance into the back seat area will tell you why, and thats where the fun starts. Everything aft of the front seats has been heavily modified for performance and speed, and the results are just jaw-dropping. Thats a 500 cubic inch Cadillac V8 tucked back there. Thats 8.2 liters of muscle. But in case that isnt enough, its buffed by a pair of high-mounted 65mm turbochargers blowing into a 950 CFM carburetor on top. There are two intercoolers up front, complete with their own fan, and, well, you can see the amount of work that went into shoehorning that giant V8 in there. It uses a Cadillac subframe and suspension to hold it all in place, as well as the Eldorados TH425 3-speed automatic transmission, since its the only transmission that fits AND can handle all that torque. Up front where the Integras engine used to live, youll find a giant aluminum radiator and a 17 gallon fuel cell, as well as a V1000 fuel pump. A custom exhaust system was fabricated to include the aforementioned turbos as well as a set of O2 sensors for wide-band tuning, and giant mufflers do their best to keep the beast quiet enough to hunt its prey. As I mentioned, its insanely fast but thanks to the big Cadillacs inherent smoothness and the gentle nature of the turbos, it is anything but tricky on the street. Lean into the accelerator and the car lunges forward like it was drop-kicked by God, but it doesnt get out of hand. Some of the credit still has to go to Acura engineers for their rock-solid suspension tuning, and the 4-wheel disc brakes deliver plenty of stopping power, even for this monster. 17-inch Honda S2000 wheels help with the illusion and carry 225/45/17 front and 245/45/17 rear performance radials. This isnt a car for just anyone but thats entirely the point. If youre a special kind of crazy that loves speaking softly and carrying a big stick, this Acura delivers in a very big way. Call now!
Even today there probably arent many 4-door sedans that can keep up with this incredible 2003 Mercury Marauder. Augmented with a rare Trilogy supercharger, it takes Fords stealth ship to an entirely new level. With a neat installation and no visible modifications outside, this is one of the coolest late-model sleepers weve seen. Most Marauders, like this one, were dressed in black and it seems to suit them just fine. This one has led a good life and despite it being 15 years old, it still has a commanding presence that seems to part traffic like the Red Sea. Its resemblance to a police cruiser probably doesnt hurt, but seeing this big, black sedan pull up in the rear-view mirror can make anyone uneasy. It isnt perfect, and a professional detailing would pay big dividends if you really want to step it up a notch. All the original trim and badges are intact so everyone will know what it is as it slips past in traffic, and few will notice the subtle S/C badges on the flanks that give a hint as to whats going on under the hood. Heck, this one hasnt even been lowered! It does have a few decals from Fastlane Motorsports (who installed the supercharger) but again, nobody will notice until its entirely too late. Black leather was standard in the Marauder and it shows incredibly well for the age and mileage. Everything Ford could think of was standard equipment, including power windows, locks, seats, and mirrors, automatic climate control, cruise control, tilt steering column, and special white-faced gauges that were unique to the Marauder. The only transmission you could get in the Marauder was a quick-thinking 4-speed automatic, but it included buckets and a center console, which houses a pair of auxiliary gauges for the supercharger installation. As a full-sized sedan, theres plenty of room for everyone and given the horsepower on tap, the extra weight of passengers probably wont have any effect on the performance. This car is deceptively fast. And yes, you do get a giant trunk as part of the deal, making this one heck of a car for road trips when you need to get there in a hurry! The Marauder packed a version of the Mustang Cobras 4.6 liter DOHC V8 and cranked out more than 300 horsepower in stock form. They were bloody fast. But in case thats not enough this one packs a rather rare Trilogy supercharger, which was known as the neatest, cleanest installation for these cars. Looking every bit like an OEM installation, it gives the deep-breathing 4-valve V8 some serious oomph, both off the line and at the high end; youve probably not driven anything like it because something this big shouldnt be this fast. It starts and idles like a stock Marauder and the nearly silent supercharger doesnt advertise its presence like a lot of other blowers, adding to the stealth factor. Theres also an upgraded alternator, Optima battery, and a custom exhaust system to make the most of the performance enhancements. The 4-speed automatic transmission snaps through the gears as fast as the needle spins around the tach and its been fitted with a set of oversized vented and cross-drilled discs up front to manage the added horsepower. Factory polished wheels look great and carry fat 18-inch performance tires that do their best to hook it up. Extremely well documented and 100% ready to rumble, this is one of the coolest Marauders weve seen. If youre a Blue Oval performance fan who likes big luxury sedans, this one will check all the boxes. Call today!
What this 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited represents is the state-of-the-art in off-roading, enhanced by a few well-chosen aftermarket modifications. If theres a remote corner of the planet that youre eager to visit, this Jeep will absolutely get you there. The mistake a lot of folks make with the Wrangler is assuming that its comfortable interior and long list of creature comforts has made it soft. Well, theyre dead wrong. This is hardcore off-roading at its best, although from the looks of the bright yellow paint, it hasnt been anywhere more rugged than a gravel driveway. Big fender flares, butch-looking step plates, and an oversized front bumper with a brush guard and LED lighting all suggest that it scoffs at climbing mountains and bounding over boulders, and its all in very good condition. Of course, it has been driven and enjoyed, showing 83,805 original miles, but it definitely looks the part of a vehicle that stickered for more than $35,000 (Ill pause here to give you a moment to get your jaw off the floor). With four doors, its actually quite roomy and practical, but with that towering stance and industrial details, there are no doubts about this 4x4s intentions. And all the Jeep DNA is there, from the squared-off greenhouse to the familiar grille and round headlights (augmented by LED auxiliary lighting), so you shouldnt worry about not being recognized. And if you want practical, theres even a spare tire hanging off the back. Inside, its a comfortable cocoon of luxury, which is quite startling in a Jeep, never mind a Wrangler. The list of goodies is extensive, including air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt steering column, a powerful stereo with Bluetooth interface, and enough speakers to be heard at the other end of the Grand Canyon. Its also got a fairly comprehensive array of instrumentation in a very handsome instrument panel thats no longer just a flat sheet of metal like in the good old days. It was ordered with a factory 3-piece hardtop, which includes two removable panels over the front seats that adds to the open-air experience of owning a Jeep. Oh, and theres a set of tube doors as well, in case you want to go full Jeep out in the wild. The engine is a 3.6 liter V6 that truly transformed the Wrangler. Faster and more efficient than the old V6, it gives this Jeep the moves to match its looks. This is a Jasper crate engine with about 3000 miles on the clock, so its ready to enjoy. The installation looks extremely clean and you wouldnt know its not a factory piece just by looking at it. And it sure is clean! An automatic transmission means its reasonably economical on the pavement and cruises nicely at highway speeds, so go ahead and use it as a daily driver. Aftermarket additions include a 6-inch Pro Comp suspension lift with heavy-duty shocks, so if it wasnt ready for the rough stuff before, it certainly is now. Custom Dick Cepek wheels give it just the right aggressive look and carry giant 35x12.50-17 Nitto Trail Grappler off-road radials. Go anywhere, do anything was always the Jeeps mantra, but it has never been this easy or this luxurious. Call today!
For a quick refresher on how evolution works, look no further than the Ford Mustang. Each generation gets more powerful, more capable, and more comfortable, all to keep up with the Bowties across town. This 2014 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 3 is a beautifully preserved, unmodified specimen, but dont for a minute think that its a pushover. Not with 575 horsepower on tap, its not. The burgundy color is rather rare and its is an excellent choice on your 550+ horsepower Mustang. Elegant, pure, and unadorned, it lets the horsepower do all the talking. The all-new Mustang bodywork retains the classic look and theres no question that this one has Ford Blue blood running through its veins, although the Roush body kit makes it look even sleeker than before. Obviously its always been a fair-weather toy and not a daily driver, and with 7870 miles on the clock, it still looks virtually new. There might be a nick here and there, and maybe a scuff on the low-hanging chin spoiler, but were guessing that this car enjoyed being babied almost every weekend. The finish is spectacular, far better than youd expect for a mass-produced pony car, and the Roush upgrades do make the all-new Mustang look longer, lower, and yes, nastier. Youd be a fool to mess with this car on the street. Ford gave the Mustang big upgrades inside, starting with ultra-supportive leather bucket seats that are only a few steps away from being racetrack-ready. The horizontal pleats are definitely a nod to the past but everything else is state-of-the-art in pony car performance. Theres almost zero wear on any of the seating surfaces and just a few creases from someone sitting behind the wheel, but theyre easy to miss. Everything else is as-new and fully operational. The gauges are retro-style but high-tech, with the computer screen between them so you can select trip functions or seat the car up just the way you want it. Theres a ripping 6-speed shifter in the center console, topped by a fat cue ball knob thats pure retro cool and the big trunk is surprisingly functional for a car whose primary mission is speed. And this car is so fresh, even the original floor mats havent been installed yet The 5.0 liter DOHC supercharged Coyote V8 has everything Roush knows about horsepower packed into it. In the day of 700+ horsepower Dodge Hellcats and 650 horsepower Camaros, it was the only proper response. The big supercharger sits on top, funny car style, and force-feeds the high-tech powerplant enough boost to make 575 horsepower and 505 pounds of torque. It is not modified and hasnt been raced, so no worries about a track dog or a car thats been thrashed, and it has obviously been well-maintained. A few red accents suggest this isnt a garden-variety Mustang and of course there are the requisite production badges that make it special. Underneath, theres a Roush-tuned suspension and barking exhaust system, and they work to elevate the Mustangs performance significantly. Giant Brembo disc brakes give it plenty of stopping power for the engines performance and the grippy Cooper radials on optional Hyper Black Roush alloy wheels do their best to hook it all up. Always exclusive and always fast, this Roush delivers more of everything that makes the Mustang great. Beautifully preserved and unmodified, this is the one to keep for posterity. Call now!
For all those Ford guys who wanted something like the Impala SS, this unusual burgundy 2004 Mercury Marauder is the answer. A big, rear-wheel-drive sedan with Fords most potent V8, reasonable handling, and big brakes, the Marauder was a cool experiment that will surely find big appreciation in the future. Contrary to popular belief, not all Marauders were black, and this Dark Toreador Red Marauder has an upscale look that doesnt need to scream to be noticed. Based on the infamous Grand Marquis, Ford designers kept the big sedans gently rounded profile, which was surely popular because of its resemblance to police cruisers, not despite it. A few special tweaks like the front and rear bumpers, a blacked-out grille, special headlights, and a bare minimum of chrome trim give the Marauder a unique look thats instantly identifiable as something beyond your average heavy-duty FoMoCo cruiser. Dutifully kept as a garage queen and showing just 32,728 original miles, this particular Marauder looks fantastic and its hard to believe its been fifteen years since it was built, because the paint is glossy and slick and shows virtually zero signs of use aside from a few small chips on the lower valence, which is to be expected. The headlights are clear, the bumpers are not cracked, and the few bits of chrome on the car look like theyve been fastidiously polished from day one. If you want one of these cars, and theyre not too easy to find, there cant be many nicer than this. Full-sized luxury was standard equipment, but the Marauder did get bucket seats and a console to keep with its sporting character. The charcoal gray leather remains in excellent condition and theres really nothing like the stretch-out room you get in one of these cars. The carpets, door panels, headliner, and dash are all in like new condition, as youd expect. Marauders came only one way: loaded, so you get everything from power windows, locks, and seats (heated up front!), to a powerful climate control system, to cruise control, and even a set of power-adjustable pedals, which are extremely trick. White-faced gauges attempt to give the big Merc a sporting edge and small auxiliary gauges down on the bottom of the center console have an aftermarket performance look that was surely intentional. Custom embroidered floor mats are also like new, and if youre looking for the ultimate road-trip warrior, look no further than this car with its massive back seat area. Theres also an equally giant trunk that looks completely untouched from new, including the ultra-rare cargo organizer under the floor. The Marauder used the Mustang Cobras 32-valve DOHC 4.6 liter V8 engine linked to a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. The combination was potent, particularly at highway speeds where its virtually impossible to pass this car on the roll, I dont care what youre driving. Special calibrations help with low-end torque for the heavier Merc, but it still purrs with that precise mechanical sound thats so delightful in the Cobra and the exhaust note sounds like ripping silk. Everything is completely stock, right down to the hose clamps, so no worries about racing or abuse, and it runs like a new car. Underneath, the suspension was firmed up for Marauder duty, a disc brake was installed at each corner, and theres a true dual exhaust system with polished tips just for extra cool points. With polished 18-inch wheels and giant 245/55/18 BFGoodrich radials, it rides and handles like a brand new car. With only one owner and low mileage, this is one of the nicest Marauders weve seen in years. Only 270 Dark Toreador Red Marauders were built with heated seats, making this one very rare Merc. Call now!
This 1995 BMW convertible 318i is in good condition, inside and out. Well maintained by very meticulous owner. My 318i has super low miles with only 61,600 and its very reliable! As for the exterior, it is in great condition. Beige leather interior is as beautiful as it was when it came out of the BMW factory. I m a non-smoking, and my BMW has never been involved in any accident. Options include, duel climate control, good tires, garage-kept, Kenwood AM/FM CD player just to name a few things! It drives like the day it came off the lot. Everything works perfectly. I ve really enjoyed all the features and comfort this 318i offers, plus this 95 body style promises to be timeless! Planned to keep forever and have maintained accordingly. Don t hesitate to call or email now for more details. Don t miss your chance to own this amazing driving machine and be confident in knowing you made a good choice. Private seller ready to sell TODAY!
All scheduled maintenance, Excellent condition, No accidents, Very clean interior, Well maintained and title in hand! This car needs nothing but a good home, very sad to sell it, but I just bought my wife a new LS460, A/C ice cold, All records, Always garaged, Factory GPS system, Fully loaded with all the goodies, Looks & drives great, Must see, New tires, Seats like new! Looking to sell this car fast so make me a realistic offer!
Showroom condition Jaguar XR-R Coupe with very low miles! Comes in a beautiful Ebony interior, complimented by a near perfect Charcoal Leather interior. Options include: Luxury Pkg, Traction Control, Stability Control, ABS (4-Wheel), Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Stereo, MP3 (Multi Disc), Premium Sound, Navigation System, Bluetooth Wireless, Parking Sensors, Dual Air Bags, Side Air Bags, Dual Power Seats, Leather, Rear Spoiler, Premium Wheels 19"+Meticlouslt maintained by owner, always garaged, barely driven, all scheduled maintenance, non-smoker, looks and drives great! Don't miss your chance to own this amazing vehicle...Private seller ready to sell TODAY!!!
2014 Stingray Coupe, 3LT, Z51 package with performance exhaust, magnetic ride control, competition seats, carbon fiber roof, chrome wheels, Bose speakers, and low mileage, Always garaged, Excellent condition, Factory GPS system, Never seen snow, Non-smoker, One owner, Satellite radio, Still under factory warranty, Title in hand, Very clean interior
OK... Here it is! (Just in time for the convertible season) THE Curvy-Sexy 2001 BMW Z3 3.0 Roadster Convertible with only 39K Original MILES!!! This one is Complete with the SPORT package, which includes the Sport seats, NEW mesh grille insert, NEW TSW Black/Chrome lip "Bimmer" style wheels with Like NEW Continental 50K HP Performance Tires all around, DINAN Strut Brace, NEW Black Top, NEW Pioneer-Ipod-USB ready/Cd Sound system w/Compact woofer, NEW Remus Custom Muffler to give it that Low Porsche-Like Rumble, But not too loud. NICE Bavarian Auto-sport Floor mats, Tinted Windows, Front and Side AIR BAGS, and More... (I may be forgetting something) Special order Dakar "Racing" Yellow Exterior with Black interior, with Cinnamon Leather Heated Seats & Door panels, and Wood-grain console, Of course it has power seats, locks, windows, & Top. Bottom line is... This one is NICE, Fast and a real head turner. Get the Ultimate Driving Machine for serious Roadster FUN! This car has 225 horsepower, (Biggest engine for the Z3) and will throw you back in the seat, and you know you are in a true Sports Car. It is a non smoker, garage kept, Extremely CLEAN Car! Formally owned by a BMW Dealer manager... Serious Buyer's only, Please. CASH & CARRY. Other Features Include, 5-Speed Manual Transmission,"M" Shift knob, Fog Lights, Custom interior Trunk Lid Storage, & Back Wind Blocker. YOU Will NOT be Disappointed! These classic BMW's are getting hard to find in this condition and with such LOW miles!
2003 Ford Thunderbird. Excellent Condition and Very Sporty. Hard-Top convertible w/cover. Red Exterior with Black & Red interior, some interior Chrome highlights. 100% garaged. V-8 Automatic flr. shift 5-speed, heated seats, cruise, tilt, phone adapter, 6-CD changer, Premium Stereo, Security, New Battery & PM, Clean Auto Check. 13,260 Miles, asking $19,300. Private Seller.
INCORRECT PHONE NUMBER INITIALLY IN THE AD; HAS BEEN CORRECTED, PRICE REDUCED. 100% adult driven, Always garaged, absolutely pristine condition, Factory GPS / navigations system, No accidents, Non-smoker, Satellite radio, entire interior like new, Still under factory warranty, Title in hand, NEVER off-road, highway / street miles triple black, 3-piece hard top, tow package, trac-lok differential rear axle, remote start. LT325/65/18 tires, MOTO metal wheels including spare, custom front / rear bumpers, 4 inch lift. , All scheduled maintenance. Kelly Blue Book private sale: $32,200. This Jeep has 7K+ aftermarket with wheels, tires, bumpers, lift, etc.
This 2002 Plymouth Prowler is a beauty! LOW MILES at only 3,015! Comes in a beautiful Gold exterior, complimented by a near perfect Black Leather interior. Options include: Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Stereo, Cassette, CD (Multi Disc), Dual Air Bags, Power Seat and Premium Wheels. Always garaged, Excellent condition, Mostly highway miles, Never seen snow, Non-smoker, Title in hand, Very clean interior, Well maintained. Vehicle is negotiable. Serious inquiries only...Private seller ready to sell TODAY!!!
Georgia Car (Akins Ford, bought new May 2014) A/C ice cold, All scheduled maintenance, All records, Excellent condition, Looks & drives as new, Mostly highway I85/316 miles, Never seen snow, Non-smoker, One owner, Seats like new, Still under factory warranty, Title in hand, I interior as new, Well maintained, Basically as new, Daughter moved to LA, car no longer needed. Time to sell - wife says too many cars now kids have gone. No seller financing, $16,750 negotiable, ready to sell.
Passionate enthusiasts wanted for this stunning and agile 2009 Ford Mustang GT P51 Custom Roush coupe. This is 1 of only 7 vehicle which were made this way by Roush. This is a P51 Motor as installed by Roush as a part of this package. ( 95108941)…Serial number for confirmation for Roush model. Looks like an ordinary Mustang, but you can call Roush's customer service center and give them the last 8 digits of the VIN to verify everything that has been added on this beauty. It is also equipped with Roush Trac pack suspension, brakes, wheels, and HIGH PERFORMANCE tires. Boasting a mind-blowing amount of torque, this vehicle needs a serious driver! It's outfitted with the following options: Variable intermittent windshield wipers, Tire pressure monitoring system, Tilt steering wheel w/cruise controls, Stainless steel dual exhaust system, Side intrusion door beams, SecuriLock passive anti-theft system (PATS), Seat mounted side-impact airbags for driver & front passenger, Remote Keyless Entry, Rear window defroster, and Rear wheel drive. I absolutely love this car but I just no longer have a need for it. I have the title in hand. Looking to get it to a great home of someone who can enjoy this vehicle as much as I have, if not more. This is truly a Roush that you will be proud to drive and own! Please call or email today for more details.