It’s not everyday you get to buy 2/3rds of the Batcave in one fell swoop. These two immaculate Batmobiles are heading to the auction block on the 1st of December this year with an estimated cost of $125,000 – $175,000 USD, which is less than a new Ferrari 458 Italia and an order of magnitude cooler.
Today we’re bringing you a special 10 part feature in collaboration with eBay Motors, they asked us to join other influential websites like Gear Patrol and Hooniverse in producing a Top 10 list of the best stuff we could find on eBay over a 1 week period.
This American LeFrance Speedster is a V12 custom built steam punk-esque monster with a 200hp engine, a chassis from a 1923 American LeFrance and so much attention to detail I’m convinced that it was built by a man with clinical OCD.
The humble Yamaha XS400 isn’t a bike that we see getting converted into cafe racer form all that often, it seems a shame as the bike has serious potential.
The Wood-Rotax SJ676 Grand Prix Racer is easily one of the most beautiful racers I’ve seen in some time. It almost looks like an incredibly detailed model however I’ve been assured by MidAmerica Auctions that it’s a true blue, full scale racing motorcycle designed and fabricated by Ron Wood and Steve Jentges in 1986. Only 16…
The 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III Convertible is one of those cars that I can’t help but love, it’s widely regarded as the largest unibody car ever made and at 229 inches (5,817 mm) long and 80.1 inches (2,035 mm) wide, it’s hard to imagine anyone making anything bigger (other than a Lexington class aircraft carrier).
This beautiful 1962 Moretti 2500 SS Coupe with coachwork by Carrozzeria Moretti is one of only 20 to have ever been made, it’s powered by a 2500cc carburettor fed straight-6 with 170hp.