1999 Mercedes-Benz S 70 AMG
Not many know about this thing, and there's a reason behind that. Mercedes didn't build very many of them of in the late '90's with some claiming less than 20 ever built making this S-Class one of the rarest vehicles Dubicars currently has listed for sale.
The vehicle itself is in incredible condition and is a Japanese import (which explains the condition). With an executive four seat setup featuring black and beige leather the S70 AMG has exclusive floor mats.
Inside and out, it doesn't look like it will do much harm, but lift the bonnet and you'll find a 7.0-litre V12 AMG engine, basically it's a saloon version of the Pagani Zonda.
Pushing out 496 horsepower drive is sent to the rear axle via a 5-speed automatic transmission.
The only S-Class rarer than this one is the S 73 AMG which pretty much uses the same engine as the first Pagani Zonda.
2015 Nissan Patrol Safari
If you thought this was a standard beige Nissan Patrol Safari, you are sadly mistaken.
While it certainly looks the part complete with a red 'swoosh' livery, eagle eyed viewers may have noticed the front bumper has a larger hole in it for additional cooling plus the new radiator.
Underneath the bonnet somewhere is the an inline-6 4.8L engine which once pushed out 248 horsepower. With the aid of a turbocharger, new air-filter and some engine remapping, this Patrol Safari churns out ridiculous 1,000 horsepower.
Just imagine rocking up to a drag strip is this! "Oi, who brings a Patrol to drag meet, you're gonna get smoked!" Then you lineup up, wait for the green light and race to the end beating them.
Talk about a sleeper!
1997 Mercedes-Benz G 36 AMG
One list, two rare Merc's what are the chances! Yet another one from the late '90's and is one of just 40 ever made. What's also unusual about the model is that it only has two doors.
Fitted with the V56 trim, Burred Walnut veneer, electric seats and power sliding roof, exactly like the first Mercedes on the list, it's as if the G 36 AMG just rolled out of the factory.
It's also got an unusual engine with a 3.6-litre displacement which produces 280 horsepower.
Oh, and either side and the spare wheel cover feature a 'sweet' 90's decal which were actual factory options. Adorning the hood is also another rare option, as the badge is sits higher compared to other G-Wagen's of the time.
1993 Porsche 911 Singer
Singer are renowned for their rebuilds and restoration of classic Porsches, and what they do with them is absolutely incredible. Take this one for example, currently listed for sale on Dubicars and finished in Blue.
Fitted with a 4.0L flat-six, this Porsche literally sings when it drives by. Other highlights include a 5-speed manual gearbox, Ohlins suspension, a full carbon fibre body apart form the doors and a bespoke interior complete with bucket seats, new dash instruments and a classic three point steering wheel.
It also has gold lettering on the rear. Who doesn;t love a classic Singer Porsche.
2006 Hummer H1 K12 Series
This is certainly the biggest vehicle we've featured in these segments. Less than 40 K12 Hummer H1's were ever built and a lot of them were used in various law enforcement agencies in the US meaning a lot did not make it to the general public, and finding one outside the US is incredibly hard.
There are just four seats inside, but once you're in there, it's like a mobile command unit plus there's tons of space.
It even has helicopter lift hooks! Underneath those helicopter hooks is a 6.5L turbo diesel V8 engine generating massive amounts of torque.
This by far is one of the rarest vehicles current up for grabs on Dubicars. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but there's someone somewhere whose currently frothing at the mouth for one of these especially in this condition.