A new year and a new docket of sought-after cars up for auction on AutoHunter:
The seller notes the vehicle underwent a professional frame-off restoration in 2018 by Toyoda Restaracione in Venezuela. A custom roll bar was installed in the bed and black steel bumpers were added to the front and rear. The suspension was upgraded with Dobinson leaf springs and gas shocks and the 4.2L inline-6 engine that’s original to the truck was fully rebuilt.
Inside, the interior is fitted with custom black leather interior with red accent piping on the seats and door panels.
Drive into the new year with style in this one-owner, 2015 E63 powered by a 5.5-liter AMG V8 bi-turbo engine that’s paired with a 7-speed AMG speedshift MCT automatic transmission and was factory rated at 577 horsepower.
Finished in Polar White with a black leather interior, it’s packed with all the bells and whistles like a driver-assistance package, heated seats, a power tilt/sliding panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting and auto-dimming mirrors.
According to the seller, this sleeper with under 10,000 miles on it “will light the tires up while carrying your golf clubs.”
This Collector’s Edition Corvette coupe is one of 6,759 made for the final year of the C3 platform. It’s is finished in Silver-Beige metallic with matching interior and is powered by a 350cis L83 V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
What makes the Collector’s Edition stand out amongst the rest of the ’82 Corvettes is the opening hatchback rear window that replaced the fixed backlight, the distinguished gradient paint style, the ‘Collector’s Edition’ emblems, and turbine-style allow wheels.
This ’63 Plymouth racer is finished in white over a red interior and is powered by a 505cid V8 paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.
According to the seller, the car received a rotisserie restoration that included a full repaint and installation of the new engine. The exterior features new-condition chrome bumpers, quad headlamps and a newly added functional hood scoop.
The all-red interior was also replaced during the restoration and a new headliner installed along with new hardware for the door handle and window cranks.
In 1994 only 1,943 North American-spec trucks were sent to the US by Land Rover and AutoHunter has one of them available for bidding.
This Land Rover D90 is finished in Alpine white over a black interior and is powered by a 3.9-liter V8 engine that’s paired to its factory-installed R38- 5-speed manual transmission. It comes equipped with long-range suspension, rock sliders, roof-mounted lights and both a removable soft top and hardtop.
Perfect for off-roading adventures, the seller installed Rockware custom front bumpers with a steel cable winch from Superwinch, black diamond wing protectors and upgraded underbody protection components.
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