Welcome back to Weekend Driver! Let’s roll into this holiday weekend with some EPIC cars for sale.
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4
The GT4 is high on my list of cars to own, so I’m always keeping a close eye on this market, but what I’m really looking for is cars with buckets. You’ll see GT4s in the $70s and some even in the high $60s, but they all have the sofa seats. Cars with buckets are a good bit more expensive which makes this a very good deal. In my opinion, the only reason this car hasn’t sold yet is that it’s modified for track use. But I wouldn’t sweat some track time. It’s a Porsche GT car with a warranty; it’s what they’re designed for.
2012 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon
Link: Chicago Motor Cars
I love Vagons, and even though this one has the slushbox automatic, it also has the factory Recaro seats. It is a nicely optioned car, but for the mileage and it being an automatic, this seems expensive. I would make sure to negotiate if you’re going for this car.
2007 Ferrari F430 Spider (Gated Conversion)
Price: Auction Ending Wednesday July 8, 2020
Link: Bring a Trailer
Another one! That’s right, another gated F430 but this one is an EAG (European Auto Group) conversion just recently listed on Bring a Trailer. The values of converted cars are still a bit all over as we haven’t seen too many. It does seem that the shop responsible for the conversion plays a big factor; the last EAG conversation did very well. Another very interesting twist is that EAG has offered to renew their warranty on this car for an additional 2 years for the new owner. This speaks strongly to their confidence in the shop’s work.
2019 Porsche 911 Speedster (991.2 PTS Viola Metallic)
Link: Porsche Omaha
The first Speedster featured in this issue is this PTS Viola Metallic example - and that color is amazing. This one is optioned with the sofa seats, which is a big strike against it, but still an overall outstanding spec.
2019 Porsche 911 Speedster (991.2 PTS Gulf Orange)
Mileage: Not Listed
Price: Price on Request
Link: Circle Porsche
This Speedster would be my pick primarily because of the carbon bucket seats but it also features some crazy CXX options. If I were amassing a Porsche collection, this would be the Speedster to have in there. I think it will be a benchmark car in the future. The price is not listed, but the original sticker was ~$308k, so you can use your imagination.
2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
Link: Ferrari of Denver
Rounding out issue #10, we’ve got some very heavy metal. This LaFerrari Aperta is stated to be in showroom condition - it hasn’t even cracked 1000 miles yet. It is finished in a triple-layer Bianco Italia paint which was a $28k “Extra Campionario” option. Someone buy this beast and DRIVE IT!
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