$24,000 at first seems like a bargain for such a rare car in this condition, but when compared to other E34 M5's becomes quite steep. Importation documentation appears thorough and correct if the seller is to be believed. Very honest ad with a detailed service history.
Yes, another black on black, widebody, naturally aspirated, air-cooled 911. The 993 Carrera S was a limited run that was only produced for the 1997-1998 model years. Carrera S's received the Turbo's widebody, brakes, and a lower and stiffer suspension setup. This can be compared to the recent 997 911's GTS model, getting all the goodies short of being a GTx or Turbo model. With 25K miles and a $90K price tag, a 997 GTS can be had for the same money and mileage, but how could you take that over a widebody 993?
The sister car to the brown example one post down, shockingly nice. I wonder if the dealer owner kept these cars all this time or found a collection somewhere. $1000 more expensive than its sister of color, but black on gray should be an easier sell with even lower mileage than the brown car.
It seems St. Charles Toyota in St. Charles, Illinois is quite the fan of 80's Toyota sports cars. They currently have two Mark II Supras along with a handful of other vintage Toyotas in stock. This brown on brown example is a personal all-time favorite. At a list price of $12,995 with 62,059 miles, it's a steal.
Clean examples of the Mark IV R32 are becoming increasingly rare. This car has all the right mods and a price that reflects its condition ($19K). Some similar mileage R32's have changed hands at $25K+. With that in mind, this is a great car to get and hold on to for a while.
This '88 Targa is quite the unicorn. An incredibly small amount of widebody Targas exist, a pittance of those in a menacing black on black configuration. At just shy of $60K, it's an example of why you should've bought an air cooled 911 yesterday.