For this Throwback Thursday, we would like to introduce ten low mileage classics that are currently for sale on duPontREGISTRY.com. Whether you’re interested in a classic import or domestic model, we have them for sale. Check out these ten cars below and visit our website for even more classic cars for sale.
1969 Ferrari 246 Dino – 80,623 km
This pristine Dino has the metric equivalent of only 50,097 miles. A rare, numbers-matching, long wheelbase model with all documentation is a solid investment. Dino À gogo!
1981 Ferrari 308 GTB – 33,000 miles
If “Magnum, P.I.” is still your favorite show, your goal in life should be to combine a vintage Hawaiian Shirt and a clean 308 GTB. This one has only 33,286 on the odometer, and at $36,500 it’s an affordable way to keep the ’80s alive.
1979 Porsche 930 Turbo – 70,000 miles
Air cooled Turbos are among the hottest classic on the market. This pampered example hails from Long Island during the final days of Disco. Only 70,000 miles means that you won’t have to worry about radiator or water pump issues anytime soon.
1953 Corvette – 796 miles
Chevrolet only built 300 of these Corvettes in 1953, and many met their demise on the track. Being a weekend toy, some were simply parked in the garage and forgotten. Such is the case with this car, which has only seen 796 miles since new. Our friend Dana Mecum will be auctioning this as Lot R112 in Monterey, so bring your checkbook and we will see you in California.
1993 Ford Mustang Cobra R – 2,063 Miles
Only 107 Mustang Cobra R models were built in 1993, and this is #64. As a proper sendoff for the Fox Body, Ford removed all creature comforts to build a Showroom Stock menace. As such, it had no warranty and buyers had to have an active racing license. This one has only 2,063 miles and rides on the original rubber.
1972 de Tomaso Pantera – 12,750 miles
We love Panteras as much as you do, and we love to see them on the road. Having a Big Block Ford inches behind your dome is a better wake-me-up kick than any espresso. This one has 12,750 well cared for miles, so if you need something new and blue from 1972, this car is for you.
1981 DeLorean DMC-12 – 4,903 miles
If you are scared of driving faster than 88 mph, it will take forever to accrue miles. Delorean owners love to drive their cars, but parts availability and constant Michael J. Fox related questions can be an issue. Marshall Goldman bought this one from the original owner with under five thousand miles. Dust off your Huey Lewis tapes, you’re heading back in time.
1967 Datsun 1600 – 11,024 miles
Classic Datsuns are trading very well these days. This little model 1600 Roadster may not be fast, but it has a cute an collectible factor. This was the sensible and reliable alternative to British sports cars of the era, and this one survived with only 11,024 miles. For under $13,000 you could swap in a Corvette V8 and have a real sleeper on your hands.
1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL – 45,520 miles (assumed)
Let’s face it, SL owners are enthusiasts who have a few cars to choose from in their garage. That’s probably why this one only has 45,520 (judging by the dash picture). The interior and engine look clean enough to eat off of, so we’re not going to say otherwise. If you need a solid investment, your search is over.
1985 Land Rover Defender 110 – 1,500 miles
Defend your right to drive classic “Landies” in the US. Blizzard spent eight months restoring this diesel-powered 110, replacing every component down to the galvanized chassis. Only 1,500 miles have been driven since completion.