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$1,295,000

85,775 miles

Needham, MA

Copley Motorcars

$1,150,000

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Astoria, NY

Gullwing Motor Cars

$389,500

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Astoria, NY

Gullwing Motor Cars

$24,800

113,169 miles

Linden, NJ

E&R Classics

$24,650

125,050 miles

Linden, NJ

E&R Classics

$22,800

14,341 miles

Castle Rock, CO

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$12,995

101,144 miles

Palmetto, Florida

Survivor Classic Cars

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Auburn, IN

Private seller

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Blenheim, ON

RM Sothebys

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Blenheim, ON

RM Sothebys

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64,498 miles

Scotts Valley, CA

Canepa

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