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2004 Audi S4 6-Speed

This 2004 Audi S4 is a 6-speed manual-equipped example from the second year of B6 production. The seller describes this S4 as a lifetime Southern California car with 71,000 miles and lists equipment that includes a rare sunroof delete. Audi Quattro all-wheel-drive was standard, and modifications appear to be minimal. This Audi is finished in Brilliant Black over a standard Ebony leather Recaro interior. More than $4,000 in recent maintenance is also detailed, and this S4 is offered on a branded title thanks to a lemon law buyback that occurred when the car had just 800 miles.

Bid To: $9,400

Ended On: May 14, 2021

NHRA-Certified 1972 Chevrolet Vega

This 1972 Chevrolet Vega was the recipient of a professionally engineered racing build and is offered for sale from Battle Creek, Michigan complete with NHRA certification. Power is delivered by a 385ci V8 paired with a 2-speed Rosslin Powerglide and 12-bolt rear end with 4.56:1 gearing. Features consist of fiberglass body panels, internal roll cage, rear spoiler, wheelie bars, and parachute, as well as new wiring, fuel system, brakes, and dual batteries. This race-ready Vega is now offered with a clear Michigan title in the seller's name.

Sold For: $20,000

Ended On: May 14, 2021

1961 Buick LeSabre Convertible

This 1961 Buick LeSabre is a first-year, second-generation convertible powered by a 364ci Nailhead V8 fed by a 2-barrel Rochester carburetor and mated to a Turbine Drive automatic transmission. Fitted with a new soft top in 1985, paint is described by the seller as a respray while interior carpeting has been replaced along with rubber weatherstripping and window felt. This midcentury Buick convertible is finished in Bimini Blue over a contrasting dark blue interior and is now offered with a clear Pennsylvania title in the seller's name.

Sold For: $17,000

Ended On: May 14, 2021

1957 MG MGA

The 1957 MG MGA is the product of an extensive 27-year restoration which was performed after it was found in a barn in 1989. Built to period specifications with upgrades that include knockoff wire wheels, dual driving lights, a luggage rack, and a grille guard, mechanical systems were subject to similar attention, with numerous parts and components having been replaced. The body was also removed from its frame during the restoration process and chemically dipped before being painted British Racing Green which is paired with a caramel leather interior.

Sold For: $28,000

Ended On: May 14, 2021

Award-Winning 1946 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible

This 1946 Chrysler Town & Country convertible was the recipient of a professional frame-off restoration that involved a full repaint, a new interior, and refinished exterior brightwork with wood trim. It features a refurbished factory radio, new Coker tires, and a new radiator. Powered by a 323ci straight-8 paired with a fluid drive semi-automatic transmission, this postwar first-generation Town & Country has received numerous awards including Best of Show at the W.P. Chrysler National Meet, and is now offered with a clear Idaho title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $75,000

Ended On: May 14, 2021

2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

This 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is one of 8,583 produced for its model year and has been with the seller for 13 years, since it had 650 miles. Powered by a supercharged 5.4-liter Ford V8 developing 500 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque, numerous modifications have been performed, and the odometer reading of 21,750 miles is said to be original. Changes from stock include aftermarket wheels, a Borla cat-back exhaust system with cutouts, and an upgraded sound system to name a few. This Shelby GT500 is offered on a clean California title in the seller's name.

Sold For: $40,200

Ended On: May 14, 2021

1966 Volkswagen Beetle

This 1966 Volkswagen Beetle was the subject of a body-off restoration during which time it was modified to run a 1,600cc flat-four paired with a later transmission and a 12-volt electrical system among numerous other upgrades and modifications. Enthusiast owned according to the selling dealer with an odometer reading of just under 91,000 original miles, condition presents nicely throughout including the reupholstered interior, refinished bumpers, mag wheels, and undercarriage. This 1966 Volkswagen Beetle is said to start, run and drive well, with all options and features reported as being in working condition.

Bid To: $11,300

Ended On: May 14, 2021

1952 MG TD

This 1952 MG TD roadster is the product of an older exterior restoration that retains its original leather interior, featuring a retractable cloth top with full side curtains. It is powered by a 1,250cc inline-four paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Additional equipment includes replacement wire wheels on new tires, Jaeger instruments, and chrome bumpers. Finished in red over a red leather interior, this TD is now offered with the original wheels, a tonneau cover, and a clear Arkansas title in the seller’s name.

Sold For: $19,100

Ended On: May 13, 2021

1986 Jaguar XJS

This 1986 Jaguar XJS left the factory like any other mid-series model, but was re-powered under the original owner's tenure to run a low-mileage 6.0-liter V12 from a 1995 model year Jaguar. Finished in Sebring Red over a Biscuit leather interior, this XJS is said to have recently been gone through from end to end to the tune of $40,000, work which included a cosmetic restoration in addition to mechanical upgrades and maintenance, along with the engine swap. Appearing nearly unchanged from stock on the outside, the only modification listed by the seller is a custom dual exhaust system.

Bid To: $9,000

Ended On: May 13, 2021

No Reserve: 1971 Chevrolet C10

No Reserve

This 1971 Chevrolet C10 shortbed was sold new by Dailey Chevrolet in San Leandro, California on December 17th, 1970, and has remained with its original owner for the past 50 years. Although the odometer reads 83,285 miles, this figure is expressed as 183,285 and is verified by included pieces of documentation which are accompanied by original paperwork such as the bill of sale, build sheet, owner's manuals, warranty booklets, and a Protect-O-Plate in the original owner's name. Treated to a sympathetic refurbishment at 174,280 miles, this C10 now sports a 383ci stroker paired with an NP883 four-speed manual, fresh paint, a reupholstered interior and much more in the way of upgrades. It is offered with a clean California title in the original owner's name.

Sold For: $35,100

Ended On: May 13, 2021

2007 BMW Z4 M Roadster 6-Speed

This 2007 BMW Z4 M Roadster is one of 3,014 produced for North America and was first sold by BMW of Minnetonka, Minnesota. Since then it has covered just over 50,000 miles, yet remains largely unmodified condition with the largest change being a different set of exhaust mufflers. Finished in Black Sapphire metallic over a Black Nappa leather interior, the Z4 M shares its 3.2-liter S54 M inline-six power plant with the E46 M3, but the only drivetrain choice was a traditional 6-speed manual, and they're the only Z4s to come with BMW's celebrated hydraulic power steering. This Z4 M Roadster is now offered on a clear Missouri title.

Bid To: $20,900

Ended On: May 13, 2021

1975 Mercedes-Benz 240D

This 1975 Mercedes-Benz 240D is a late-model W115 chassis powered by a 2.4-liter OM616 OHC diesel straight-four mated to a 4-speed automatic. Finished in Colorado Beige over a Tobacco interior, the car is described as a highly-original example with no modifications in sight that is accompanied by a stack of records and services invoices. Manufactured in November of 1975, a Protect-O-Plate bearing the original owner's name and address is also included with the car.

Bid To: $6,800

Ended On: May 13, 2021