German Cars

Current Inventory

2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS500
This stunning 2006 Mercedes is being offered by the original owner's family. The car is literally in "like new" condition, having traveled a mere 19K+ miles in the last six years. The car's purchase price was in excess of $81K, and is now being offered for less than half that amount. It truly is a sight to see with its Bordeaux Red exterior and factory AMG performance kit. Put a Big Red Bow on it and make it the best Christmas present you'll give yourself or someone special.



Previously Sold Inventory

1966 Porsche 912
Nice entry level 912 that's a good year and is quite collectible now. Just serviced. Engine has lots of power, thanks to a big-bore kit and dual Weber carbs. Starts right up and runs good. Compression test passed with flying colors! Type 901 five-speed gearbox has been gone through, and shifting the gears on an early Porsche has never been more pleasurable. A fun-to-drive, affordable classic.


1967 Porsche 912
Low-production year and last for the classic, glass covered headlights. This nice SWB example features a newly rebuilt-engine that's a thing of beauty, both in terms of performance and looks. Gearbox is the sought after type 901 five-speed unit. Interior is new, including seats, carpeting, and dash. Nice, original car, down to the steel wheels and flat Porsche hubcaps. A great buy and an even better investment.

1967 Porsche 912
This Porsche was just brought out of long time dry storage, and has recently undergone a thorough mechanical freshening-up. It runs fantastic and features a rust-free body / undercarriage, original chrome / green gauges, and macho, deep set, 15 inch Fuchs wheels with four new BF Goodrich tires. 912s are one of the more currently sought after classic sports cars, with prices consistently on the rise - questionable economy or not.

1968 Porsche 912
Very nice example of Porsche's classic narrow-body design that's now sought after more than ever. This particular 912 is in original condition, with no signs of abuse or modifications. It features a silver finish, complemented by a well-preserved black interior. Goodies include a four-speed transmission, recently rebuilt engine (with receipts), and early 15" Fuchs wheels on new Goodyear tires. Car runs and drives with the look and feel of a true sports car. It's a great buy for a Porsche of this caliber and vintage.

1968 Porsche 912 - Purchased from original lady owner in Los Angeles

1968 Porsche 912
The "early" SWB look everyone is after. Needs some cosmetic and light mechanical issues sorted. Will make for a nice driver, or restore as you go. Floors are new and front pan is xlnt. Definitely looks the part with its black exterior, Fuchs, and chrome trim, but priced thousands less than a fully restored 911, or even 912 for that matter. Finding one of these nowadays at a decent price is becoming more difficult, questionable economy or not.

1969 Porsche 912 Coupe
A highly sought after year, this California 912 was purchased new in Santa Maria,
and has remained in the area ever since. Classic Porsches of this genre are in high
demand now, especially the 1969 model. This one runs and looks great,
but requires some cosmetics.

1970 Porsche 911T Coupe - Red/Black, last owner 15 years

1973 Porsche 911T Targa - 2.4 engine; 60K orig. miles

1973 Porsche 911T Targa
Nice original condition throughout. Sepia Brown with Caramel Interior. CIS Fuel-Injected 2.4L engine; rebuilt approximately 50K ago. Nice undercarriage; Runs and drives excellent. Polished Fuchs wheels with new Goodyear tires. Blue & Gold CA license plate. An honest, collectible early 911 that can be driven and enjoyed right away.

1974 Porsche 914 Limited Edition 2.0
Known in some circles as the "Creamsicle" for its unique factory color combination, this 2.0 liter Limited Edition model is indeed a rare bird. Itís in very original condition, with matching numbers, fuel-injection, stock Mahle wheels, and factory accessories. This Porsche is a blast to drive and turns heads everywhere. A must have for the 914 enthusiast and collector.


1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL "Pagoda"
This "Pagoda" is a European version that was brought over to the states 30 years ago. It's still got the highly desired Euro headlamps and other neat appointments, such as a stick-shift transmission. This SL sports a classic two-tone paint scheme of a black hardtop with white body. Original black leather seats are intact. Just out of long-term storage. Priced right for the investor or collector.

1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL "Pagoda"
This "Pagoda" is in excellent condition - both mechanically and cosmetically. Features a unique copper exterior and wonderful original interior. Canvas soft top is new. What a find!

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL "Pagoda"
This particular example was owned since new by the same family till I took ownership of it five years ago. This SL has been gone through with an overhauled motor, transmission, fuel-injection unit, exhaust system, and regular maintenance to keep it running perfectly. Features a new canvas soft top.

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL - Beautiful Red with Cream interior. Low 54K original miles. Manual transmission.

1979 Mercedes-Benz 450SL - Black on Black; both tops, one Beverly Hills owner

1984 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible
Beautiful collector quality SL that features factory paint, leather interior, and canvas soft top.
All books & service records, even dealership "window sticker."
Only two previous lady owners since new, and always garaged. An original Palm Springs Mercedes.
Low miles and of course, rust-free. Just spectacular

1995 Mercedes-Benz E-320 Cabriolet
Beautiful collector quality M-B convertible that features factory paint, leather interior, and canvas soft top. Runs and drives as good as it looks. A stunning motorcar that in 1995 cost $80,000! Low 75K original miles and of course, rust and accident free. Last of the "old-school" solid, vault-like built Mercedes Benzes. This one's just spectacular

1969 Mercedes-Benz 6.3 sedan
After 42 years, these beautiful 6.3 luxury rockets still command respect from Mercedes-Benz aficionados because of their exhilarating performance, stately presence, and bullet-proof engineering. It is truly a feast for the senses. The example offered here is in very nice condition throughout. It is unrestored and original, down to the Becker radio.

1978 Mercedes-Benz 300D Diesel
These cars seem to last forever and have recently gained the reputation of being "hip."
The example presented here is very clean and unmolested...making it one of the nicer
ones youíll find. Recently acquired from its previous lady owner of the last 18 years.
CA blue plates, original MBZ books, huge sunroof, flawless dash. Very reliable.
A comfortable classic that can be used everyday and will definitely earn its keep.


1980 Mercedes-Benz 280E
This Benz is driven by the race-inspired DOHC, straight-six, fuel-injected MB powerhouse.
Equipped with short bumpers, roll-up windows, and manual sunroof, this 280E looks
sharp and is a cool ride. With under 100K original miles, it was purchased from the estate
of the elderly couple who owned this car the last 20+ years

1981 Mercedes-Benz 240D - Fantastic, one-owner Diesel. Low miles. Becker radio, CA Blue/Gold license plates

1982 Mercedes-Benz 300D - Turbo Diesel
Original Beverly Hills car with factory MBZ books and CA blue & gold license plates
Beige with tan interior. Flawless dash. Huge sunroof
Low 177K miles. Runs xlnt. Very dependable. Not converted
One cool ride that's built like a tank and gets great MPG!

1987 Mercedes-Benz 420SEL
Beautiful luxury sedan. Immaculate condition throughout. Factory Silver-Blue paint, with Cream leather interior. Real Zebrano wood dash. Cold Air-Conditioning. Huge Sunroof. Always garaged; previous owner was a prestigious doctor. Low Mileage. Runs and drives like new. Very solid and safe, with all the M-B cache you could imagine; the feeling of well-being and "big-shot" allure when driving this beautiful Mercedes is unsurpassed.

2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK430 - Silver, low miles, one-owner

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