I’ve already listed his e24 Alpina B7, BMW e12 m535i, e12 Alpina B7, Mitsubishi Evolution 8, BMW e24 M6, and MGB-GTC for sale cars. And I received an email from him yesterday to let me know that all of his Craigslist ads have been updated. Here’s the Portland Craigslist URL for cars from White Salmon. His cars are obvious standouts. Like these new additions since my original posts:
1985 Ferrari Testarossa for sale w/ 22k miles. As a product of the 80’s, there is no doubt that a well sorted Ferrari Testarossa is in the top 10 acquisitions in my Powerball fantasy. This one’s already had the 30k mile engine-out service completed. Time to check my ticket 😉
1985 Ferrari Testarossa, Early American specification car with high mounted drivers side mirror. Red with Tan leather. Excellent condition inside and out, low miles for it’s age. Just had 30K engine out service performed last year. All records from new 3 owners (including me). Comes with 2 extra new TRX tires, set of new Good Year track slicks (never used) and extra set of 15″ non metric alloy Ferrari rims with slightly used tires. Also car cover. Runs drives excellent! Own a supercar of the 80’s and get looks where ever you go! Car is located in the Gorge one hour east of Portland on I-84. Email for more information or photos. Thanks for looking!
1984 e30 320i TC Baur Cabriolet. This gray market import has many Hartge upgrades that are very rare aftermarket pieces these days. At $6500 this is a great bargain for any BMW e30 fanatic.
1984 BMW 320i Baur TC Cabriolet. Rare European spec BMW. Very good condition and runs drives excellent. Had new clutch installed 2 months ago. Has rare Hartge upgrades (suspension, wheels, steering wheel, shift knob, front shock tower strut). This is a very unique and fun car to drive but I have too many cars and something needs to go to a new home. I might be interested in a partial trade for another Marque (Healey, Lotus, Jaguar, Porsche) or something else interesting. Email for more details or photos. Thanks for looking!
Frank, if I hadn’t promised my wife a remodel on the house, at least one of those Alpina’s would be finding a spot in my garage. Good luck with your collection and please feel free to add comments if you would like to provide additional information. And naturally, if you need me to come by and keep one of them warm, you let me know!
If your car deserves to be listed on dancrouchblog.com, send me an email with the details. Over 10,000 motoring enthusiast search-related hits per month can’t be wrong 😉