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Ferrari Enzo, 911 GT3 RS, HSV GTS, 450SEL, Speedway racer: Classifieds of the week

By Chris Thompson, 01 Mar 2018 Features

Enzo 911 GT3 RS HSV GTS 450SEL Speedway racer Classifieds march one week feature

From Maranello to the dirt of speedway, here are our picks of this week’s ads

From one of Maranello’s greats to a dirt-clad speedway toy, here are our top picks from this week’s classifieds on TradeUniqueCars.com.au.

2004 Ferrari Enzo - POA

Got several million dollars and a very keen interest in V12 Prancing Horses? This could be for you.

Dutton Garage currently has an Enzo in its possession, bearing a POA tag and “impeccable” presentation.

It’s got 14,000km on the clock and a full Ferrari service history behind it.

2016 Porsche 991 911 GT3 RS - $499,990

If red’s not your colour and you’re a little short on millions, half of one will get you into the driver’s seat of this GT3 RS, just in time to see the new one arrive.

Speaking of new, this car only has 646km showing, and has been left untouched by its previous owner.

Their loss is your gain…

2002 HSV GTS Custom - $75,000

A weekend car that’ll run 10s at the strip? Sounds good to us. Even if the ad has been illustrated with portrait-oriented photos.

For $75,000, this custom car is an unknown quantity as many are, but the basics of the HSV GTS still appear to be there.

A total of 100,223km has been travelled since it was new in 2002, and the owner claims it now makes 435kW. Just make sure someone checks over the car before you put money down.

1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL - $5,000

This is a good opportunity to get your hands on a German V8 for just $5,000.

The downside? The engine is suffering from a misfire. It could be an easy fix, or a financial nightmare, so be sure you’ve got the know-how if you’re chasing this beast.

Unfortunately it’s also quite well-travelled, with 310K on the clock, but it looks tidy and seems to have been well-kept, at least in terms of interior and exterior. From what we can see, anyway… the photos are less than helpful.

Speedway F500 open-wheel - $8,000

Speedway open-wheel car, enclosed trailer, both for $8K.

This sounds like a pretty good deal to us, not that we’re totally sure what a speedway car is actually worth.

A little bit of research suggests this is a pretty good price, considering the 600cc engine and inclusion of the trailer.