Auctions America is gearing up for its second annual sale during the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance, November 5. A ‘boutique’ event by Auctions America’s standards, the single-day sale will lift the hammer on 120 automobiles—a docket sure to pique the interest of Autofluence readers thanks to a strong emphasis on modern classics.
Headlining our wish list is an immaculate, essentially new 2004 Porsche Carrera GT. A racecar for the street, thanks to its 5.7-liter V-10 powerplant combined with various racing technologies, if its sleek design doesn’t catch your attention, its incredible performance is bound to: not for the faint of heart, it can sprint 0-60 in less than four seconds with a blistering top speed of 200 mph. In total, just 1,270 examples of the coveted Porsche supercar were built, with 604 finding homes in North America. The example on offer is one of these; delivered new to Ohio, it has remained in single-ownership and, significantly, is believed to be the lowest mileage, privately owned Carrera GT on the plant, showing just 24 delivery miles on its odometer.
Other standout lots include:
- A well-maintained 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S Coupe, the sole example finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over ‘Interior to Sample’ Flamenco Red, and featuring numerous desirable options (Est. $425,000 – $475,000);
- An as-new 2004 Acura NSX-T, one of just 19 finished in Rio Yellow Pearl over Black leather, equipped with a sought-after six-speed manual transmission and showing a mere 3,500 miles (Est. $140,000 – $160,000);
- A 4700-mile 1997 ½ Lamborghini Diablo VT, appointed with factory options including rear wing and front lifting system, and accompanied by original books, keys and window sticker (Est. $235,000 – $255,000);
- A well-cared-for 2002 BMW M, offered from the final year of production, and equipped with the highly desirable, next-generation cast iron S54 engine (Est. $60,000 – $75,000); and,
- A single-owner 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition, complete with original window sticker and owner’s manual (Est. $285,000 – $325,000).
Given the caliber of exciting entries, Auctions America’s Hilton Head Island sale is definitely one to watch – or even better, attend if you have the means. For further information, visit www.auctionsamerica.com or click the button below.
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