As the year 2021 closes, here is our selection of interesting ads submitted in December 2021. Some of them might be still available, to learn more check the links at the bottom of the list.
5. Toyota AE 86
This month we start off with drift cars for sale category and a Toyota AE 86 from Switzerland. A proper drift / track day vehicle, with SRT20 2.3-litre stroker engine, Helftec manifold, modified crankshaft and valve train, ATL fuel tank, Quaife sequential gearbox with 6-gears, Garrett G25 turbocharger and Tilton pedalbox, ready for next sideways action.
4. Audi A1 RX
Not a WorldRX Supercar, but not quite far from it. An amazing rallycross machine, fully rebuilt and ready to hit the next rallycross track. Powered by 1.8-litre engine producing 420 horsepower, with 5-speed sequential Kautoss gearbox, Reiger 3-way dampers, Brembo / AP Racing dampers, FIA rollcage and ATL fuel tank. On the outside, it’s newly professionally painted and features a GFK body kit, WRC roof vent and 17″ wheels. Car currently located in Netherlands.
3. Herrador Buggy LS3
Since the next edition of Dakar is just a week away, the 3rd ad of the month award goes to the Herrador Buggy LS3 rally raid vehicle. Equipped with King shock absorbers, Sadev gearbox, Motec electronics, 170 litre fuel tank, Sparco seats and of course, powered by a massive LS3 engine with LSX cylinder heads, producing over 650 horsepower. Only 1 Baja was driven since new in 2019, so the buggy is fully ready to hit the next sand dune in Baja, cross country off road race and even the famous Dakar.
2. Darrian GTR+
This rare race car caught our attention with its unique look and of course, performance, as the only Welsh car manufacturer has a reputation for building race cars with “giant killing performance”, as stated on their website. The GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) competition car has a “works” latest spec tub, 2.5 litre KGP YB engine producing approx. 365 horsepower, weights 800kg and is equipped with Reiger dampes, AP Pro brakes, while gearbox is sequential 3MO with paddle-shift. And yes, it’s intended to be used in rallying now.
1. Subaru S12 WRC
We had no objections in the team by naming the Subaru Impreza S12 WRC as the absolute king of this December. Made by Prodrive in 2006 as #10, it features all the specs as it originally did, with FIA passport and Prodrive manuals included as well as a huge set of spare parts to ensure smooth running in the first rallies you’ll be attending. And yes, it is blue and has gold rims too. Quite a lot of them, to be exact.