Cars Currently Available
Rare! 1982 Nissan Patrol - 4.0L & 4 Speed
This is an awesome and rare, collectible 4wd utility vehicle you can actually use. It came out of Columbia, from an American Government employee, that restored and upgraded it while stationed there. It is very, very clean - no rust anywhere, and everything has been gone through. It has 105k Kilometers, or about 65,k miles - very low!
4.0L inline 6cyl engine is very smooth and makes good power, and the transmission has been upgraded to the rare 4 speed, from the more common 3 speed, making it easier and better to drive on 2 lane highways. It comes with a soft top, and has a roll bar in the back. The upholstery is clean and newer (matching the resto) and the sound system has been updated and upgraded with Marine components, so getting caught in the rain with the top down isn't a problem.
Priced very fairly at $23,995
1955 Citroen Traction Avant - Restored and Upgraded
Great car - everything restored or upgraded. Engine is a jewel - more power and responsiveness than original. Transmission rebuilt. New carburetor and ignition. On and on. Cosmetically restored as well. Probably the best driving Traction Avant in the world. $50,000 spent on just mechanical restoration and upgrade.
1993 Porsche 964 C4 Cabriolet
1993 Porsche 964 C4 Cabriolet
81k miles, very clean, well cared for condition. This is a great condition car – original paint, starts right up, no smoke, runs and shifts correctly from cold or hot. Rear seat delete, many servicec records, only difference from stock is the Boxster wheels and the Alpine sound system.
The tires are almost new (around 500 miles Kumho Ecsta 4X), the front seats have been reworked and Wet Okole seat covers installed. This has been owned by caring owners, garaging it inside and replacing things needing work.
$43,500 as a very fair market price.
1985 Porsche 911 Race Car - PCA E Stock
1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Race Car – PCA E Stock
This is a very well prepped, reliable and fun race car. If you look closely at the photos, you can tell how nicely prepped it is, both cosmetically and mechanically. There are lots of street Porsches that have paintwork nowhere near as nice as this race car. It's owned by a doctor, and that attention to detail is evident. It is only for sale because the doctor bought a newer race car in a higher class.
There is an extremely comprehensive notebook included, which documents not only service work back to 1985, but the track of owners, as well as all recent race build and service/upgrade work. The previous owners are also documented to trace ownership, if a new owner wishes to reach out to some of the previous owners.
In 2008 it was built into a track car, and many high end parts were used. More recently (2014), the current owner had the car completely gone through, including rebuilding and upgrading to the engine and transmission, as well as suspension and other systems, so that everything on the car works as it should and it is reliable at the track. Some of those highlights are:
Rebuilt 3.2 Engine to legal specs, with K&N Intake, Steve Wong chip, GHL headers and muffler, valve job, Race valve springs (2014) 220whp
Rebuilt transmission – Guard Limited Slip Differential, completely gone through (2014)
Brakes completely gone through – rebuilt calipers, air cooling ducts and hoses, new pads, fresh fluid, etc. Wevo Short shifter (2015)
Lightened doors, Lexan front and rear windows, fiberglass front and rear bumpers and rear ductail decklid – car cornerweights very well
Moton $7500 remote reservoir double adjustable shocks, Weltmeister front Cambermeister stress bar and Camber Plates, upgraded torsion bars, reinforced sway bar mounts, Elephant front and rear bushings/Monoballs, rear camber adjuster, Smart racing solid engine mounts, bump steer spacers, Tarett Adjustable lightweight sway bars, Keizer 3 piece lightweight racing wheels
Bodywork is super straight and paint quality is crazy good, especially for a race car. Has Cool Shirt system installed, nice Racetech and Sparco race seats, window nets, Schroth harness belts, etc.
This is a great race car – it's not a project, it is all done and ready to go. Includes spares of a quieter exhaust for running at Laguna Seca, spare brake calipers, Fuchs 16” wheels, rain and dry race tires, stock engine ECU, filters, spark plugs, etc.
1995 Porsche 993 Cabriolet - 39k Miles
Last of the air-cooled Porsche 911's! This one is in great condition and with very low miles (39,000).
It has been mildly modified with a few bolt ons, easily transferred back to stock if the new owner wished. It has an intake, exhaust, and a chip. The exhaust is tasteful, not very loud unless you really get on it. It also has a lowered suspension that is firm, but not harsh.
Paint (Polar Silver Metallic) is excellent, with just a few knicks. The front lower bumper cover has scrapes from being so low, but not bad. Underneath is clean - engine tray is not soaked in oil like many of the 3.6 engined 964/993 cars. Interior is very nice - it has the factory premium sound package, with an aftermarket head unit. Sounds very good.
Interior is excellent as well (Grey and blue), as you would expect on a car with this low mileage. Convertible top has a small cut, and one of the power motors isn't working, so those things will need to be addressed. Comes with a grey boot cover. Has heated mirrors. AC blows cold.
1987 Austin Mini Hot Rod!
The engine has been built to a 1380cc with a cam, dual 1 3/4" SU carbs, header and sport exhaust. The suspension is lower and stiffer than stock, with 13x7 wheels - it corners really well and the ride is pretty firm.
The interior is great - extra gauges in the center, seat covers and carpet in wonderful shape. Has a CD player and speakers below the rear seats.
The underside is super clean (NO RUST) and the only drawback is the hood - it had some hinges installed that caused some minor kinking. Most people never notice unless you point it out, but it's there.
You can buy a project Mini, and put LOTS more into it than what you are paying here and end up with much less.
1969 Deluxe VW Early Bay Window Bus
1967 Ford Thunderbird 2dr Landau
3his is a really, really nice vintage Thunderbird. It is not a project in any way - this is a great car to cruise in, drive anywhere, take to shows, etc. Colorado car - VERY RUST FREE!!!
It has a 428 cubic inch engine (it MOVES when you want it to!), C6 auto trans (runs great, shifts well). It's a Landau model, with power locks, power steering, power brakes, power windows, factory Ford AM radio with 8 Track player, Air Conditioning, tilt steering with swing away for easy ingress/egress, retractable headlights, original Ford spinner hub caps and more.
Things that are new on it: Tires, brakes (complete - drums, shoes, cylinders, master cylinder, booster, etc), headliner, rebuilt carburetor, dual exhaust, Pertronix electronic ignition, Power Steering hose, Fuel tank etc. It also comes with lots of extra/spare parts in the trunk that aren't needed, but are nice to have.
1950 Mercury Sedan 4 Door Patina Rod
This is a really great survivor/mild build patina rod. It was built by a good friend of mine for him to cruise around on rod nights etc. and he really likes it, but has several cars, and this one just doesn't get used.
It has been a Colorado car, and a Colorado Springs car, since new. The windshield even has a 1962 Colorado Safety Inspection sticker!!
1988 Porsche 928 S4
This is a great example of the under-appreciated GT car - 928 S4. The S4 was improved over the original 928 and 928S in that it made much more power (320hp) and had a larger torque converter, updated front and rear end styling, better lighting, wider rear wheels and more.
This one has rare rear AC. Everything works, but the AC does need a recharge. It starts, runs drives excellent, and there are no clunks or rattles, no shimmies or shakes. I've driven this car well over 100mph and it just gets more solid and comfortable at speed. The odometer has just started working intermittently. There are two very small cracks in the dash board.
Great car for a driver that will continue to care for it, or even a collector. It's condition belies the 125k miles it has. If you want a really nice Porsche, before all the values go through the roof, and before this model takes off like the 911 - this is a great one to get.
1979 Porsche 911 SC Slant Nose Supercharged
1975 Norton Commando 850
1979 Porsche 930
Affectionately called the Green Machine - this 3.0 SC has a lot of money put into it. It's a definite love it or hate it, South Miami Beach/Miami Vice type style, but with the money in the super-charged engine alone, is worth buying, and changing back to stock or mild cosmetics if you were thinking that.
Excellent condition rider quality bike. Ridden occasionally - 15k miles. Not a showpiece, but could be parked at any bike meet and it will draw people in. This is a rider that could be left as-is, or easily done a slight rolling restoration. The 850 Commandos are wonderful and long-respected bikes for a real reason.
Matching numbers engine and frame. Better condition than many I've seen restored.
1 Owner, 8k Miles
One small ding in rear fender, otherwise, as perfect as you would expect for eight thousand miles!
Cars Previously Sold:
1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet
This is a European delivery, non-cat 3.2L 231hp model (vs. 207hp for USA), that was grey-market imported in 1985 to Hawaii. As a Euro car, it also has shorter gearing and an oil cooler on the 915 transmission. This is a 3 owner car, that has been in Colorado, with all service records, since 1987. It is very original and unmodified, very clean, and very nice.
The car is a great find, it has low miles (just under 73k), but not so low you can't enjoy it and watch it increase in value as air cooled 911s continue to climb.
1969 VW Karmann Ghia - Gorgeous & Clean
This is a wonderful Ghia. In many ways, it is the perfect combo of original vs. restored vs. upgraded. It was built by a local friend of mine, who is a long time hot rod builder and VW builder. He built this car for his adult daughter – so you know great care was taken. She lives in Texas where it is very hot, and without AC, the car just sits, hence the reason for the sale.
It has less than 5,000 miles since the resto - it has a 1776 engine, and the chassis has been completely gone through. Cosmetically, I've never seen one this nice and clean, and original underneath. I doubt I ever will again. If you've been looking for a really, REALLY nice Karmann Ghia, that you can buy for a lot less than it would cost to restore - this is it. Don't miss out.
1980 VW Vanagon Westfalia Pop Top Camper
SOLD - pending payment
This is a restored early Vanagon Westfalia - upgraded and improved by a loving owner that is sorry to see it go.
The engine was rebuilt about 1000 miles ago, the tires are almost full tread, it runs and drives very well. There are receipts for recent work totally over $9000! It has an updated propane tank, later sink faucet and pump that work great, the fridge and stove work great, pop top shocks to make raising the top much easier, the interior has been reupholstered with custom covers all around, using very durable fabric - the front seats were updated with better, later vanagon units with armrests, and on and on. You can tell it was loved. There are also lots of extras that can be included for asking price - heaters, cooking items, etc.
1973 Porsche 911T Roller Project
This is a roller, with no engine or trans. Has some damage on the corners, but really not bad, and the car is VERY rust free. Many photos available, can help load for shipping, etc. Clear Colorado Title. Comes with Cookie Cutter wheels with roller tires mounted, not phone dials pictured. More photos available.
1969 VW Karmann Ghia
1985 Porsche 928S
This is an excellent survivor/driver condition car with 111,177 Miles. It starts right up, runs well, drives and shifts well – everything you want a 928 to do. No funny rattles or noises or squeaks. Just had most of the vacuum lines replaced under the intake manifold.
The insblaumetallic paint and dark blue leather interior are very good overall, but show signs of use. In the quickly rising 928 market, an unmolested survivor car that's been cared for is surprisingly hard to find.
This is a car you can buy, drive, and enjoy and leave alone (doing maintenance of course) or do a mild rolling cosmetic restoration and reap the benefits of the rising Porsche market. Best of both worlds.
1987 VW Vanagon
2014 Husky 8.5 x 20 Enclosed Trailer with Options!
2014 Husky Enclosed Trailer 8.5x20 - Customized with Options
7100lbs GVW, Heat, AC breakaway brakes, adj brakes, 14+ ft to generator box with slideout, spare tire incl, elec lift, lots of lights, 18' awning, Electric or manual tongue jack, 110V outlets inside and outside the trailer, 60 amp panel box, etc. Very nice cabinets inside for storage.This is a new trailer that has only been used twice 2014. Likely has less than 4000 miles in it. A few very minor scratches. E-track in floor and on walls. Upgraded torsion axles, 6" taller inside than normal (owner was a tall gentleman), rubber tread plate flooring in trailer and on ramp, white metal ceiling and walls inside, RV windows, more.
Cost $12,500 new in 2014.
1983 VW Vanagon Westfalia - 83k Miles!
1975 Mercedes 450SL
1972 VW Westfalia VW Camper Bus
1972 VW Westfalia Pop Top Camper BuThis is a great factory Westy that was lightly restored years ago, and used very sparingly since. When it was restored, it received a paint job and a new interior, and a lot of mechanical work and upgrading. While the newness of the restoration has worn off, that just means it can be used more easily and isn't relagated to just being a show-car.
1990 VW Vanagon GL
1970 VW Type 3 Squareback Project
This was my personal Vanagon for several years - upgrading it as I went through different parts of it. It was used as a daily work vehicle, for swap meets, camping and more. I put a lot of work into it, never got to the Subaru engine and trans swap, but the new owners are really happy, and I got a much larger, beefier van for work and camping duties. It will be missed but I'm happy the new owners are happy!
This is a project from Colorado, that was DRIVEN from California by the PO. He disassembled it and bagged and labeled parts, even parts he know he wouldn't be re-using. Makes reassembly and inventory much easier for the next owner.
This is a super project for someone looking to build a great Type three - the cost of the parts today is around $6000, plus the cost of the car, plus the cost of the used parts included, makes this an wonderful deal for someone looking for a Type 3.
1985 Porsche 911 M491 Turbo Look Project
1964 VW Variant S European Model
This is a rare VW with lots of potential, especially with Type 3's going up in value. With floor pans and normal "fix-from-sitting" things like brake hoses and stuff, *could* be a patina driver, even.
Likely, it should receive a total restoration, but the engine is free, and the trans shifts into gears, but no real condition info past that. Wheels have been powdercoated and new tires mounted. Comes with Euro bumpers, bumper overriders and Euro taillights as well. Hard to find in any condition.
2002 VW Eurovan Westfalia
For Sale: 2002 VW Eurovan Westfalia
MANY new part - thoroughly cleaned interior, mechanicals taken care of.
This is a one owner, local from new Westfalia.
This is the last version of the Eurovan, with the 200hp 24 Valve VR6 engine and electronic differential lock for snow – this has power and goes great, while still getting good fuel economy.
Needs – exterior cosmetics – it has some scrapes and small dents.
1975 Triumph Trident Triple - 1900 Miles!
1962 VW Single Cab Pickup Truck
1970 VW Early Bay Window Bus Deluxe Walk Through
Wonderfully restored bus - engine, transmission, suspension, brakes, interior, paint, seals, more!! This is as close as you can get to a showroom 1971 VW Bus. Jump in and drive anywhere. Sold to a local VW enthusiast.
1968 Porsche 912 Project
A rough short wheel-base 912 coupe, with original engine and transmission and 85% of the parts included. Obviously, a complete restoration project. Sold to Poland.
1990 BMW 325 iX
Neat car - seriously considered keeping as a driver. 5 speed manual all-wheel-drive BMW E30. Remus exhaust, Eibach lowering springs, sport seats, more. Great running and driving car just needing some TLC. Sold to a BMW lover from Denver.
1971 Porsche 911T
Great 911 with an older amateur restoration. Solid metal, with an OK paint job, needing a tuneup on the solid mechanicals. Rare chance to get a Porsche increasing in value every day.
1966 VW Westfalia Split Window Camper Bus
Great bus - from the PNW VW shop owner. Built engine (well worn in) gas heater, runs and drives well for a '66. Sold to Belgium for restoration!
1971 VW Dormobile Bus Bay Camper Van
Wonderful bus - fully restored - bearings, brakes, custom interior, built 1915cc engine, dual Kadron carbs, etc. Rockers had a little bondo is only minus. Sold in Colorado.
1990 Porsche 964 C2 Cabriolet
62k miles, everything works great, a couple scratches and evidence of small repaint sections. Great car that will increase in value in coming years easily. Sold to California.
1963 VW Baja Beetle - Built!
Stroker engine - brand new build w/Scat crank, thick wall cyls, ported heads, HD Bus 091 trans, steering brakes, 3x3 trailing arms, shocks mounted to roll cage, rack and pinion steering, warriar front beam, etc etc etc. Strong build from the 1980s. Sold to Utah. Very cool Baja.
1969 Lola Super Vee - A Mod SCCA Autocross Race Car
Amazingly cool build - started as a Type 4 powered Super Vee - shortened and severely modified into a nationally competitive autocross race. Supercharged 2.8L Type 4 VW engine with an Autostick VW semi-auto transmission. Large spares package - sold to Texas.
1986 Porsche 944 w/ 116k miles
Great car - clean, well cared-for and just received some significant maintenance. Ready for new owner, driver quality cosmetics - interior is good - garaged for life. Sold to Colorado to replace another 944!
1979 Audi Fox Station Wagon Hot Rod
Great car I got to build - automatic to close ratio 5spd manual swap, lightened flywheel, custom suspension, custom exhaust, striped Recaro LSC's, bronze window tint, Corrado steelies, more. Sold to New Mexico.
1986 VW Vanagon Syncro
My personal daily driver for several years. Lifted, custom exhaust, lots of new and rebuilt driveline and suspension parts, weekender interior, H4 headlights, more. Sold to the PNW. Miss it.
1979 VW Dasher Hot Rod
Great rebuild project. 2.0 3A Audi 8V engine swap on Dasher CIS injection, VW Fox PSA 5 Spd trans swap, custom suspension, Scirocco 16V front brakes, custom exhaust, lightened flywheel, 6 puck racing clutch, Recaro driver's seat, more. Sold to a local who turbo-charged it and still loves it!
1979 BMW E21 320i
Wonderful driver. Lowered on H&R springs, Motorworks swaybars, Bilstein Sports, Poly bushings, Rial Staggered 15x6 and 15x7 wheels, braided SS brake hoses, VW Helios LSB Recaros, Hella Big/Little European light setup, tucked bumpers, 5 speed swap, aluminum flywheel, more. Sold to a local BMW enthusiast!
1968 VW Westfalia Camper Bus
Great project base - built 1600 Single Port engine with W100 cam, dual Kadron carbs, more. Needed a rebuilt transmission and some basic TLC. Sold to a retired doctor and local Porsche enthusiast who is loving using it as a getaway fishing rig.
1983 Toyota Sr5 Pickup Truck Rock Crawler
Great truck - daily and a project. Later W56 5 spd trans, Marin Crawler dual transfer cases, modded crossmember, 4" lift springs, Hysteer, earlier round headlight grill setup, Tercel SR5 seats, Detroit rear locker, more. Great truck. Sold to local.
1981 VW Rabbit Truck 2.0 16V
One of my all-time favorite daily drivers. 2.0 Passat 16V engine, Scirocco 16v close ratio transmission with Limited Slip kit, GTI aluminum front bumper, H4 headlights, GTI Recaro seats, custom exhaust, 16V front brakes, lowered front suspension, more. Mid 14 sec truck at Bandimere speedway. Sold to a VW guy from Iowa!
1988 VW Fox Wagon
2 owner car! 5 speed swap, Web Cam, dual outlet manifold and Dasher downpipe, custom 2.25" mandrel bent exhaust, Corrado lowering springs, Audi 4000 Quattro front brakes, Recaro seats, custom short shifter, tachometer sport gauge cluster, 15x7 ET25 wheels, big ported throttle body, lightened flywheel, more. Sold to a cross-country Fox enthusiast.
1985 VW Vanagon 2wd
Great driver - new headgaskets, Mercedes alloy wheels with correct spacers from www.t3technique.com new bumpers, clean paint and interior, just needed a little tlc. Sold to a local ice cream truck company!
1976 VW Rabbit with 16k Original Miles!!!
Awesome project car from Iowa. Never finished, sold to enthusiast from Ohio. Miss that car, and the engine build I had planned for it.
1987 VW Vanagon with CARB certified Subaru 2.2 Swap
This was almost a keeper - great driving Vanagon Westy that everything worked on. Clean, with a solid Subaru 2.2 that made driving through the mountains a non-issue instead of a headache with the wasserboxer! Went to California.
1979 VW Scirocco
Not a very pretty car, but a great driver. Had a sport exhaust, Konis sport struts and shocks, HoR technologie springs, more. Drove it cross-country a few times, at the surprise of my friends, but always got me there.
1964 NSU Prinz 1000
1984 Dodge W350 Crew Cab Ex-BLM truck
1 ton government truck with 1.25 ton springs, 360 V8, 4 speed manual trans, Dana 60's front and rear. Loved this truck - always wanted to do a 12V Cummins swap and a NV4500 5 speed, but never got around to it.
Early production 1966 Ford Bronco
6cyl 4x4 and 3 on the tree. Had some previous rust issues, but not bad, original seats and bulkhead, great usable truck.
1985 Grey Market Import Turbo Diesel Land Rover Defender 90
Great truck imported from Italy - totally rust free! Great running turbo diesel engine, new paint, clean interior. Sold to local enthusiast.
1957 DKW 3=6 Project
Very cool and rare car, with most of the parts needed, other than the bottom end of the engine. Sold to a car collector in Colorado.
Featured on BAT!
Featured on BAT!
1974 VW 412 Station Wagon
Two owner since new, Colorado Springs Original Car!!! Extremely original car - with factory gas heater, fuel injection, atuo trans. Clean, sweat driving rare car. Currently living in Colorado Springs with an appreciative new owner.
1985 Grey Market Lad Rover Defender 90
1990 Land Rover Defender 90 Grey Market Import. Low miles and left hand drive. Very rust free - ready to drive and use. Sold to Florida.
1985 Mercedes 230GE G-Wagen
Mercedes G-Wagen. Cool black and grey Recaro interior. Started life as a 230 GE, and had a 5.6L Mercedes V8 swapped in, but not finished. Needed fuel injection wired in. Traded to a local.
1958 VW Double Door Panel Van
Yes, it was rusty and rough, but very cool base to start with. Sold to a buyer from the Isle of Mann.
1973 MGB GT
Great period driver. Sev Marchal H4 headlights, fender mirrors, knockoff wire wheels, rust free, starts, runs and drives well.
1968 Datsun 1600 Roadster Project
Vintage Datsun 1600 project. Built by a real Datsun nut back in the 80s. 2000 engine and 5 speed trans swap, upgraded suspension, brakes, body, more. Needed TLC to be brought back to 100%.
1992 Mercedes Benz 500E
Rare Porsche-assembled Mercedes Benz performance sedan. Powerful V8 engine, Recaro seats, active suspension, etc. This one had high miles and needed cosmetics and suspension work, but sounded great and was very quick!
1950 International L170 Flat Bed Dump Truck
Very cool, running, driving old truck. 5 speed, with 2 speed rear axle, Blue Diamond straight 6 engine just purrs.
Sold to a semi-collector in Vermont to match his other 1950 IH trucks!
Sold to a semi-collector in Vermont to match his other 1950 IH trucks!
1968 VW Westfalia Early Bay Window Bus
Great project - very rust free, parked for years. Parking-lot running and driveable, with most of the camper interior. Sold to Belgium.
1988 Honda Hawk GT
Long term project bike - built with ported, big valve heads, higher compression, cams, custom modified TBR exhaust, catridge emulator forks with dual Hawk 316mm brake rotors on a CBR F2 wheel, Yamaha R1 calipers, VFR rear wheel, hub, brake, custom rearsets and chainroller, F2 clipons, double adjustable rear shock, Corbin gunfighter, more. Great, fun little bike. Sold to an owner near Boulder, CO.
1981 Alfa Romeo GTV6
Project car, needed fuel pump and TLC to be a driver (many years sitting). Had some rust, which is the Achilles heel for these cars. Very cool, well balanced, wonderful sounding cars - sold to an enthusiast in Denver and started me really looking at getting one of these in the future...
1967 VW Baja Bug
Great project base - lifted suspension, upgraded brakes, roll cage, crazy etched 1970s themed window glass, roof mounted oil cooler, etc. Traded to local VW shop.