Five incredible cars you can buy on Dubicars right now!
2002 BMW Z8
Paying homage to the BMW 507 and rolling out of the factory in early 2000, the BMW Z8 has one of those looks that leaves a lasting impression and to this day is still a car fanatics still talk about.
The best part, it's got a 6-speed manual gearbox connected to a 4.9-litre V8 petrol engine rated at 395 brake horsepower and 500 Nm of torque.
Only 5,703 Z8's were produced over the course of three years and each car was hand-finished in Munich. With that said, prices have fluctuated throughout the years but remain high. Due to it's rarity, prices are on the rise once again.
Fun fact: the Z8 only has one mention of it's name anywhere on the vehicle and it's in between the two seats and know you know. It also made an appearance on The World is Not Enough in 1999. There you go, two for the price of one.
2005 Ford GT X1
Finished in an eye-catching shade of yellow (or is it orange?) with two thick silver racing stripes running down the centre of the vehicle, the X1 is nearly identical to the standard GT apart.
That is until you look at the wheels and roof. Parts of the roof were also part of the doors with the GT, the X1 has a removable roof essentially making the car a convertible. The wheels are also different with a larger profile and a new design with bright brake calipers behind.
The original plan was to build 500 units of the GT X1 with 100 of them being SEMA editions. For unknown reasons plans changed and only 100 were pieced together over two years making this version of the Ford GT one of the rarest in the world.
Due to its rarity, prices will continue to climb so if its a car you desire, get your hands on one while you can before its to late.
2018 Mercedes-Benz E 63 AMG Brabus 700
With out the help of Brabus, the E 63 is a beast in its own right, but that didn't stop Brabus from tinkering with the super saloon.
By applying light additions to the exterior including a massive B in place of the traditional three point emblem, bespoke rims and a little spoiler attached to the bonnet. Inside, the tuning house has added minor changes but nothing major.
The real treat with the Brabus 700 is the finely tuned 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8. Without tuning it cranks out 603 horsepower which one would think is more than enough, Brabus didn't think so. Thanks to a new ECU, this E 63 pushes out 691 horsepower!!!!!!!
This example is brand new, no one has taken it for a spin, it hasn't been raced and it's just begging for someone to come along and unleash the beast.
1958 Bentley S1
Announced in early 1955, the Bentley S1 was based on Rolls-Royce's Silver Cloud and replaced the R-Type standard steel saloon. Continuing to use steel although this time pressed, the bonnet, doors and luggage locker lid are all constructed from aluminium.
A four-speed automatic gearbox channels power from the 4.9-litre straight six mounted underneath the extremely large bonnet. Back in the late 50's when it was first tested, the S1 could hit 97 km/h in 13.1 seconds.
Only 3,072 were built and their aren't many around in this condition making this car a valuable commodity.
1969 AC Cobra with F1 parts
Don't fix what ain't broke right? Having started life way back in the early 60's, the AC Cobra has remained relatively unchanged since it first appeared. But when customers get their hands on their's
This example is silver as you can tell by the picture and has been customised in Switzerland. Riding on a tube frame chassis, this AC cobra weighs in at 1,000 kgs and pushes out 529 brake horsepower thanks to a V8 petrol engine which is mated to a manual gearbox.
You mentioned F1 parts, what parts exactly are we talking about here? Now the only F1 related parts mentioned in the description are the cover arms from Sauber F1.
And the enhancements don't stop there. This AC Cobra has adjustable suspension, a MoTeC ECU fuel injection system, Richmond gearbox and unique bucket seats.
If your on the look out for a wild ride that sticks out like a sore thumb, this is the car for you.
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