Five iconic 80s cars are now on sale from a single owner for $1.3 million
CURATED, a classic supercars dealership, announced the “Time Capsule Collection” – a five-car, single-owner, preservation collection.
The group, which looks like the best example of low mileage 1980s and 1990s automobiles, is includes the unique Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC AMG. Per Curated, it was purchased new in 1987 and shipped direct to AMG Westmont. Asking price for this beauty is $325,000.
Next on the list is the The 1988 Lamborghini Jalpa, which Curated says is believed to be the last Jalpa produced for North America and the only example produced in Nero over Nero with White Piping and White optioned Silhouette wheels. It can be yours for $139,000.
For $425,000 you’ll get the 1990 Lamborghini LM002 America, with Documented 1,200 original miles.
Another Lambo, the 1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th, is “only” $305,000 and has just over 2,600 miles and is in striking Nero Tenebre over Cream leather.
And last but not least, the 499 mile 1991 Lotus Esprit X180R. 1 of 20 produced for the world, as a road-legal homologation cars for Lotus to compete in the IMSA Supercar Championship. The Esprit X180R was the last factory-built race car with a full roll cage that was Street Legal and sold new in the United States. $139,000 please.