Friday, April 29, 2022

2021 Lamborghini Sian

Unveiled ahead of the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Sian is powered by a V-12 producing 808hp @ 8500rpm and an electric motor providing 43 more. The Sian is Lambo’s first mass-produced hybrid, limited to 63 coupés and 19 convertible versions. All 82 have been sold. The Sián is the word "lightning" in Bolognese dialect of Italian.
Power travels to an all-wheel-drive system via a seven-speed ISR automated manual transmission. The Sian is capable of accelerating from 0 to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds before maxing out at a top speed of 217 mph. Each unit of the Lamborghini Sian is priced at a significant $3.6m.

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

2018 Challenger SRT Demon - $198k

9 miles. No. 2,746 of 3,300 produced. 1 of 264 produced with Plum Crazy Pearl paint. Supercharged 6.2L/808 HP Hemi V-8 engine with 717 lbs/ft of torque. TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission. Power sunroof. Black satin Air Grabber hood. 18x11-inch aluminum wheels. Demon branded P315 Nitto drag radial tires. Widebody fender flares. Brembo 4-piston lightweight brakes.
Dodge unveiled what it claimed was its fastest muscle car ever: the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon with 808 horsepower and 717 lb-ft of twist. Add 100+ octane gas and that is 840 hp and 770 lb-ft of torque. Quarter mile comes in 9.65 seconds and 140 mph, which means it is legally banned from racing on a track without a rollcage. It leaves the start line accelerating at 1.8 g, hitting 30 mph in 1.0 second. There is enough juice to pull a wheelie, 2.92 feet to be exact. Base MSRP for all that go power was a highly reasonable $83,295.
This as new example appeared at Mecum.

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Top results II - Car Week 2020

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB. 442 were made in total, with 250 of those being a 'short nose' car, as this one is. The car was recently fully restored and Ferrari Classiche certified. $1.9m - RM Sotheby's.
2014 Pagani Huayra. The 56th of 100 Huayras built. A twin-turbo, 730-horsepower, 6.0-liter V-12 built by Mercedes-AMG is paired with a seven-speed paddle-shift transmission. 5,500 miles. $1.8m - RM Sotheby's.
2014 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse "Meo Costantini". One of 30 open-roof Grand Sport versions. The car makes 1,200 hp from its 8.0-liter, quad-turbo W-16 engine. $1.75m.
1992 Ferrari F40. Ferrari built more than 1,300 F40s, though only 213 to U.S. spec, as this one is. Less than 5,000 miles, Ferrari Classiche certification. $1.6m - Gooding & Company.
1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L "Lusso". The 250 GT/L was built for comfort and style, as well as performance with a 3.0-liter Columbo V-12 engine. $1.49m - RM Sotheby's

Monday, April 25, 2022

Veyron Super Sport #48 = sold

The Veyron Super Sport is a rare car, with only 48 units built. This is the last one to roll off the line. The Veyron Super Sport once held the record as the fastest road-legal production vehicle of all time in 2010, clocking 267.856 miles per hour (431.072 kph). This example has a scant 1,252 miles on the clock. (2,016 km) The car cost something around $2.4m. HERE

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Orange Mk IV Supra of Paul Walker - $550k

In 2015 the 1993 Toyota Supra stunt car used during filming for the original Fast and the Furious, driven by the late Paul Walker, sold at auction for $185k. It was one of several MkIV Supras built for the movie and was featured in several key scenes. It’s unlikely to be winning any races as the car is basically stock and it’s a non-turbo model, meaning its 3.0 liter straight-six engine only musters around 230 hp. It wears a Bomex body kit, APR wing, and the now famous graphics.
On offer with No Reserve as Lot #744 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Auction, the car made $550k.

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

2006 Lamborghini Murciélago - $515k

Launched for model year 2002 as a successor to the Diablo, the Murciélago was named for a bull that survived 24 sword strokes in an 1879 fight. The bull’s life was spared. The car appeared on Bring a Trailer in it's original Verde Ithaca hue. Tach comes with a 7,600-rmp redline and a speedometer that goes to 220 mph. The roaring mid-mounted 6.2-liter V12 makes 571 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque through a gated 6 speed manual.
The Murciélago has just over 12k miles. The car made $515k.

'Big 5' of modern Ferrari = $ 17m+

The Ferrari 288 GTO was still being developed while Enzo Ferrari was still alive. 272 were built featuring a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8. A 1985 288 GTO in concours condition is trending around $2.9m according to Hagerty.
The last car signed off by Enzo was the Ferrari F40, which began production in 1987 and ended it in 1992. The F40 was Ferrari’s first 200 mph road car, featuring a 2.9-liter twin turbocharged V12. 1,300 were made with top examples making around $ 2m according to Hagerty.
The Ferrari F50 featured a naturally aspirated V12, which produces 520 bhp. 349 units made, and the current value for a top example is something around $4.5m.
Ferrari released the Enzo in 2002. The naturally aspirated V12 pushes 660 bhp and boasts a top speed of almost 220 mph. 400 were made, and are valued around $3.8m at the very top end.
The 2013 La Ferrari rounds out the essential. The naturally aspirated V12 brought Ferrari into the hybrid space with a bang. The car produces nearly 1000 bhp. 500 units were built. A top example should bring $3m

Sunday, April 17, 2022

Fux collection 2022

Originally of Cuba, Micheal Fux and his family immigrated to the United States when he was a teenager. He founded several companies, most notably the mattress-makers Sleep Innovations and Comfort Revolution. Today he is a multimillionaire. His car collection has few peers and he rarely puts much mileage on his beauties before selling them off. His 2020 McLaren Speedtail sold for $3.3m. Here are a few other Fux cars appearing for sale. All without reserve.
2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale. 57 miles. 3.9L/986 HP twin-turbocharged V-8 Hybrid drive engine. Automatic transmission. Extracampionario White exterior. Scuderia shields. Red interior. Daytona-style leather seats. Stitched White Cavallino. eManettino steering wheel. Heads up display. Dual zone climate control. $935k - Est $950k - $1.1m.
2021 Ferrari 812 GTS. 138 miles. Chassis no. 263996. Power retractable hardtop. 6.5L/789 HP V-12 engine. Automatic transmission. Extracampionario Yellow exterior. Scuderia shields. Black interior with Yellow stitching. Stitched Yellow Cavallino. Daytona-style seats. Manettino steering wheel. Dual zone climate control. $770k - Est $800k to $900k.
2021 Ferrari F8 Spider. 66 miles. Power retractable hardtop. 3.9L/710 HP V-8 engine. Automatic transmission. Extracampionario White exterior with Red stripe. Scuderia shields. Red interior with White stitching. Daytona-style leather seats. $660k - Est $550k - $650k.
See ----->The 2020 Fux collection

Saturday, April 16, 2022

1964 Galaxie 500 - $104k

Less than 10 miles since frame-off rotisserie concours restoration. Multiple award winner. Q Code 427/410 HP V-8 engine, as approved for NASCAR competition. Original HEH-H Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. Rare NOS Chrome engine dress-up kit. Rare factory engine temperature warning system.

The Ford Galaxie is a full-sized car that was built by Ford for model years 1959 through to 1974. The name was used for the top models in Ford's full-size range. For 1962, all full-size Fords wore the Galaxie badge, with "500" and "500/XL" denoting the higher series.
1964 was the fourth and final year of this body style. The Galaxie 500 was available with everything from the thrifty Mileage Maker Six to the Q and R-code monsters. The single four-barrel engine produced 410 horsepower.
This truly pristine example made $104k at Mecum.

Friday, April 15, 2022

Abandoned supercars of Dubai

More than 3,000 cars were abandoned last year — to be sold off by Dubai police or scrapped.
Dozens of Jaguars, BMWs and Mercedes have been left with the keys in the ignitions by former owners who decided to cut their losses and run away rather than face potential jail sentences under Dubai’s strict debt laws.
High end sports cars gather dust at Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports after panicked expats flee the country to avoid prison. Under Sharia law which is observed across the Middle East, non-payment of debt is a criminal offence. As the UAE has no bankruptcy laws, there is no protection for those slipping into debt, even accidentally. There have been cases of foreigners being prevented from leaving the Emirates after being blacklisted for missing a credit card payment or bouncing a cheque.