Tag: Bring A Trailer

A 123-Mile Honda S2000 CR On BaT Has Already Reached $102,000 With 5 Days Left Of Bidding

The Honda S2000 is a special car, and a great example of a proper driver’s car for the masses. As a result of the normal model’s success, Honda decided to produce a limited-run track-focused version called the S2000 CR (CR standing for “Club Racer”) as a sendoff for the car’s final year of production. Now, […]

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590-Mile 1995 Nissan 240SX Pulled From BaT Auction After Web Sleuths Uncover Shady Past

A 1995 Nissan 240SX that made headlines thanks to its incredibly low 590 mileage (950 km) has caused waves again after being pulled from auction in response to multiple questions about its history, condition and even the bidding process. The S14 popped up on the Bring-a-Trailer site last week, and when we wrote about the […]

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Instead Of A Third Oscar, Denzel Washington Is Polishing Up His Porsche 993 Turbo For Sale

After losing out to Will Smith at the 94th Academy Awards in the Best Actor in a Leading Role category, Denzel Washington is about to lose a different kind of prized possession, though this one is of his own making as the actor has listed his 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo up for sale on Bring-a-Trailer. […]

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Porsche-Inspired 1963 Gillig Model 590H Bus Is The Coolest Ride You’ll Find On Bring A Trailer Right Now

Cool cars routinely appear for sale on Bring a Trailer and while this bus is a little different than most other vehicles on the auction platform, it might just be the zaniest of them all. What you’re looking at is a 1963 Gillig Model 590H that was originally used to haul the President’s limousine for […]

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Tom Hanks’ 1974 Polski Fiat 126p Auctioned For $83,500, All Proceeds Go To Charity

Back in 2017, Tom Hanks received a beautifully restored Polski Fiat 126p as a gift from his fans in the city of Bielsko-Biala in Poland, after posing next to one for a snapshot. Five years later, the same car was auctioned on Bring A Trailer for a good cause, to benefit Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Hidden Heroes […]

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