1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal - featured on Motorweek
High Bid: $61,000 (Reserve not met)
Location: Baltimore, Maryland 21211
99k Kilometers (~62k Miles) Shown
2.6-Liter DOHC V8
5-Speed Manual Transmission
Signal Red over Black
SPICA Mechanical Fuel Injection
Bilstein Shocks, Dave Rugh Springs
Recent Synchros & Thermostatic Actuator
Penatti Fuel Pump System
Handwritten Service Records
Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
8k-Mile 1987 Lamborghini Jalpa
1969 Chevrolet Camaro 350 4-SpeedThis 1987 Lamborghini Jalpa was manufactured in June 1987 and is one of 410 examples produced. Finished in black over a black leather interior, the car now shows just 12k kilometers (~7,500) miles and is powered by a 3.5-liter DOHC V8 paired with a five-speed manual gearbox. Equipment includes a removable targa roof panel, a rear spoiler, air conditioning, and an Alpine stereo. Recent service consisted of a new throttle cable, a carburetor tune-up, and an oil change. This Jalpa was acquired by the selling dealer in 2013 and is now offered with a copy of the certificate of origin, recent service records, a tool kit, a clean Carfax report, and a clean New Jersey title.
Location: Pennington, New Jersey 08534
12k Kilometers (~7,500 Miles) Shown
3.5-Liter DOHC V8
5-Speed Manual Gearbox
Black over Black
Clean Carfax Report
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is said to have left the Norwood, Ohio GM plant in November 1968 and is powered by a 350ci V8 mated to a Saginaw four-speed manual transmission. The current owner acquired the car twelve years ago in its current configuration, reportedly following an SS-style refurbishment which included a repaint in Hugger Orange as well as houndstooth seat upholstery. Other modifications include power-assisted steering and front disc brakes, a Hurst shifter, auxiliary gauges, and more. An April 2019 service consisted of resealing the transmission as well as mounting new tires, installing a fresh battery, an oil change, and wiring repairs. This Camaro is offered on consignment by the selling dealer in North Carolina with a reprinted owner’s manual, an indoor car cover, records since 2017, and a clean South Carolina title.
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
40k Miles Shown
Saginaw 4-Speed Manual Transmission
Repainted in Hugger Orange
Reupholstered Houndstooth Seats
Power Steering & Front Disc Brakes
New Battery, Oil Change, Wiring Repairs
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer
1997 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo 6-Speed
This 1997 Toyota Supra Turbo is a 15th Anniversary Sport Roof model finished in black over black leather. According to the selling dealer, the car was purchased new through Competition Toyota and traded back to the same dealer by the original owner in 2003. The second owner reportedly moved the car to Florida in 2017, and the selling dealer acquired it in 2018. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 3.0L 2JZ inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. Now showing 62,500 miles, this A80 is offered by the selling dealer in Glen Head, New York with a clean Carfax, factory manuals and a Utah title.
Location: Old Westbury, New York
Twin-Turbo 3.0L Inline-Six
6-Speed Manual Transmission
Black over Black Leather
15th Anniversary Model
Clean Carfax Report
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer
The 930 Kremer SoS drove went up for sale today. Looking forward to watching this one.
1970 DeTomaso Mangusta - ENDING SOON
CURRENT BID: $200K 55 minutes to go
Driving While Awesome Podcast. Give it a listen.
Originally Posted by Phillie Phanatic
I always find it interesting to try to trace the history of a car like this. Found both previous owners:
Kanter:At age 31 Mr. Stout answered an ad in the Los Angeles Times for a vice president of development. He was selected out of forty six hundred applicants, shortly thereafter, he was appointed founding partner for the U.S. operations of Daon Development Corporation of Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. With a five million dollar grubstake from his new Canadian partners a major U.S. development company was born.
As founding President and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. Operations for the Daon Corporation, headquartered in Newport Beach, California, the company grew from a ground zero position in early 1975, to becoming the largest public real estate company in the United States by 1981. Mr. Stout was managing over twelve hundred employees throughout the country at this time. The company was ranked the second largest real estate company in North America. In 1978 and 1979 Daon was the most profitable public real estate company in North America. The U.S. subsidiary contributed over 70% of all revenues during his tenure. In the fiscal year ending October 31, 1980, U.S. operations contributed $464.2 million of the company’s gross revenues as compared to $189.8 million contributed by the Canadian operations. The company built over 10,000 homes, acquired over 25,000 rental apartment units, and converted the units to condominium ownership. The company was one of the largest land developers and suppliers of finished lots in North America, with over 100,000 acres of land in the United States alone.
As President and Chief Executive Officer of the J.D. Stout Company he acquired and developed over 20,000 multi-family rental units. The company became one of the largest apartment companies in the U.S. with over 1000 employees nation wide. All units were ultimately syndicated and sold. The portfolio was valued at One Billion U.S. Dollars at the time of the sale.
Specialties: In excess of Six Billion U.S. Dollars of Real estate development experience including acquisitions, finance, zoning, land use, construction, self storage development, hotel development, restaurant development, mobile home development, retail, industrial, commercial, and apartment development; including leasing and property management. Career feature articles; Money Magazine, Executive Magazine, Orange Coast Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Los Angeles Magazine, and various major newspaper articles.
Harry is the founder and CEO of United Westlabs Inc., a health care services company based in Orange County, California. Harry founded the company in 1993, and has built it into one of the most successful healthcare management companies in the country. UWL enters into agreements with major hospital organizations to provide hospitals with its proprietary turn-key business model, technology, expertise, billing systems, connectivity and staffing necessary to implement and manage robust hospital-based, laboratory outreach programs. The company has implemented, managed, and staffed over 27 hospital-based laboratory outreach programs throughout the country.
Harry also serves as president of the board of directors of the Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation, founded by Harry’s father (a World War II veteran, self-made entrepreneur, and cancer survivor). The foundation has been working for over two decades to transform healthcare using health data. The Foundation mobilizes diverse organizations and people to share health data, as well as harness the potential of analytics, to empower learning from every health experience. The Foundation remains the first and only philanthropic foundation founded by a patient activist whose mission is to realize such a patient-centered Learning Health System at national and global scales.
Prior to his involvement in health care, Harry served as president of the Bank of Florida and as a board member of the National Banking Corporation of Florida. He remains a trustee and partner of his family’s investment firm, which is one of the largest landowners in south Florida.
Harry graduated from Georgetown University, with a finance degree. He has two children and lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Interestingly enough, Stout seems to have had a fun time in the S&L 80s:
Indictment Ties Orange County Developer to Kickback Deals
Times Staff Writer
June 30, 1988
Orange County real estate developer James D. Stout was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of accepting $1.5 million in kickbacks in a series of real estate transactions with the troubled Beverly Hills Savings & Loan Assn.
Stout, whose relationship with a former Beverly Hills S&L; executive vice president was the subject of a congressional investigation in 1985, is charged with collecting secret commissions from a real estate brokerage to which he had channeled purchases financed by the S&L; from 1982 to 1984.
Stout, who founded the Daon Corp.'s U.S. division and earned a reported $6 million a year as owner of his own real estate investment and management firm in Irvine, J. D. Stout Co., was a partner with the now-insolvent Mission Viejo-based Beverly Hills S&L; in the purchase of 56 apartment projects worth more than $450 million, according to the indictment.
Assistant U.S. Atty. Anita Dymant said Stout's companies were responsible for locating, evaluating and acquiring properties in exchange for a general partnership in the purchase, while Beverly Hills acted as limited partner and put up the financing.
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The indictment alleges that Stout obtained secret commissions from Haun, Raab, Webster & Co., an Orange County brokerage that handled the bulk of the acquisitions, that generally amounted to one-half or one-third of the brokerage's sales commissions.
According to the indictment, Stout received about $3.8 million in commissions during the two years of Beverly Hills S&L;'s apartment purchases, of which $1.5 million was paid to Stout without the S&L;'s knowledge.
Dymant said the payments amounted to illegal kickbacks both because of Stout's failure to disclose the commissions to the savings and loan and because of his own financial relationship with the thrift. Stout was not only a partner in the transactions, but was a director of one of the companies created to handle the purchases, BHS Realty Corp., a second-tier subsidiary of the savings and loan, Dymant said.
"The problem with all of that is that what Stout was getting essentially was Beverly Hills' money, and it was a secret profit that he didn't tell his partner about," the prosecutor said.
Neither Stout nor his attorney could be reached for comment.
An oversight committee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee in 1985 examined Stout's personal relationship with Robert E. Newberry, the S&L;'s former executive vice president, focusing on allegations that Newberry personally received $200,000 in bonuses from Stout in 1983.
Newberry has not been charged in the indictment, and Dymant said "it's hard to say" whether Newberry knew about the commissions Stout allegedly received. She added: "This indictment does not necessarily conclude the investigation; the investigation is ongoing."
Beverly Hills Savings & Loan was declared insolvent in 1985 and taken over by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, under whose direction it is now operating.
If convicted on the 11 counts of fraudulent participation in savings and loan transactions, Stout faces a maximum sentence of 55 years in prison and a $110,000 fine.
55K mile 2003 540/6 in SOS's neck of the woods, but it's already at $9300 with a week left. I got only $12K on trade for mine with 93K miles, over seven years ago.