Once the Cold War came to an end, society had reason for optimism. Powerful computers that were designed to make war could now be utilized by the automotive world. This allowed the 90’s to see horsepower, torque, and fuel mileage increase by orders of magnitude. A 1990 Ferrari Testarossa made a whopping 375 horsepower. The Pagani Zonda arrived 9 years later with 555 horsepower, setting the stage for the modern hypercar. Learning to drive in the 90’s, I survived the Geo Tracker to aquire a 5.7-liter IROC Camaro. It made 350 lb-ft of torque from idle to 4,500 rpm, and it was a preview that the slow car era of the 80s would soon be far behind us. Tell us your ultimate 90’s car in the comments below!
1993 Mercedes-Benz 500E
Red Skelton’s wife surprised him with a Muscle Car. Porsche designed the concept, and Mercedes-Benz gave them the contract to build them at the Zuffenhausen plant. One of the fastest and most significant German cars of all time!
1992 Ferrari F40
CALL FOR PRICE :: 193 miles
Enzo’s final project was used a twin turbo 3-liter V8 to offer 477 horsepower. Essentially a street-legal race car, they are among the most valuable cars on the market.
1995 Porsche 911 Carrera
CALL FOR PRICE 2,839 miles
The first year of the 993 chassis received an all-new chassis and interior. This is also the cleanest air-cooled Carrera on the market.
1996 BMW 7 Series Tupac Shakur
$1,750,000 :: 121043 miles
Tupac’s BMW has a few bullet holes, nice patina from the age and a great collectible for rap historians.
1991 BMW M3
$117,900 :: 30730 miles
Enthusiasts have realized that BMW will never build anything as light and capable as the E30 Series. This car will outperform many new ones in terms of grip and instant power.
1997 Ferrari F355 Spider
$79,995 :: 21,103 miles
The last hand-built chassis along with a proper 6-speed transmission. This was the end of an era, as it was suceeded by the 360/F430/458 Series
1990 Lamborghini LM002
$349,951 :: 15,563 miles
The Rambo Lambo was based on the “Cheetah”, a 4WD troop carrier built for the Italian army. It packs the Countach V12 with a six-speed and locking differentials
1993 Land Rover Defender 110
$107,000 45,000 miles
Smash Customs took this defender down to bare metal and replaced any corrosion with new replacement panels. The fuel injected Buick 3.5-liter V8 was treated to new intakes and exhaust, and it will run reliably for another 200,000 miles.
1994 Porsche 911 Turbo
$199,000 :: 69,500 miles
The last year for the 964-series 911 Turbo is seen by many as the end of the original series. Not laden down with electronics and complex features, it is the last widowmaker.
1999 Lotus Esprit Twin Turbo
$49,990 :: 26781 miles
Colin Chapman always said “Simplify, then add lightness”. The twin turbo Esprit was light and nimble, with a chassis that was stronger than anything else on the road. This allows it to be comfortable and capable.
1993 Dodge Viper RT/10
$39,99 :: 57,450 miles
Someone knew the significance of the first generation Viper, so this one is like-new. The Viper Exchange only offers the best Vipers for sale.
1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Reimagined by Singer
CALL FOR PRICE :: 1,600 miles
Singer takes pride in building the ultimate 964 Series 911. The carbon fiber shell is filled with the best materials available and powered by a screaming 4.0-liter