FEED ME PEOPLE
I just made a rather perculiar noise when i saw that
I don't i'm afraid. But i know that there is currently a Dauer 962 for sale. It's the only LHD one made, the others (5 of 6) all being RHD and made for the Sultan of Brunei. I can't recall where i saw it for sale though...
This place is about 10 minutes walk from my house.
Take your pick.
There's a couple of $1,250,000 Ferrari 275GTBs in there at the moment, an F40, a Lamborghini Miura, a Lamborghini Countach, not to mention a 1937 Bugatti Race car, a 1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang and 1 of only 4 Monteverdi Hai cars ever built. (Yours for $1,100,000 if you're short of things to add to your Christmas list!!!)
Had my company stocks not suddenly halved in value over the past couple of months, I would seriously be considering picking up the burgundy 308GTS that's in there.
Their list of "Cars We Sold" is like car pornography.
On the front page, why is there a headless armadillo-dog being run over by that blue car? (Aston Martin?)
Reventón;3235565Last I remember, it was on ClassicDriver. However, Dauer itself, is no longer listed, so it may be gone. Searching for 962 on the site also only brings up 3 race cars; 1 of which is in Smallhorses' link.
The Talbot Sunbeam Lotus was one of the OG hot hatches, starting up a line of memorable Lotus-tuned street cars, as well as winning a manufacturer's title in the WRC. Such a pristine one in the US is a rarity. I think that although it does carry some namesake and history, I'd consider it one of those classic cars expendable enough to beat the living crap out of if I owned one.
I just clicked on the link:
Chrysler Sunbeam? Does Talbot Sunbeam = Dodge Omni?