The Private Collection

Here’s your chance to see this rare collection of privately owned classics and exotics. Featured at the auto show by invitation only, these cars are worth well over a million dollars!

2017 ACURA NSX

2017 Acura NSX

Photo: Carlos Matamaros

Specs:

21/22 mpg city/hwy (est)

2doors, 2passengers, All Wheel Drive

0-60 in 3.1sec, 573hp, 191MPH Top Speed

3.5-liter turbocharged V-6 engine

476 lb-ft torque; 9-speed automatic transmission

Owner: Mark Keffeler

Gut-punch acceleration, vertigo-inducing cornering, eye-catching styling. In a world of one-trick ponies, the NSX is a multitasking supercar. With carbon-ceramic brakes, leather-and-faux-suede-lined seats, and a twin-turbo V-6 that sings when it’s pushed hard but can be shut off to allow the NSX to tiptoe on electric power alone, you’ll never be at a loss of control or emotion.

The Second generation of the Acura NSX is a highly technical and utterly thrilling supercar. With weight-saving construction, a hybrid powertrain that has 3 electric motors and a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 making a combined output of 573 hp, the NSX offers pulse-pounding performance paired with everyday usability. A nine-speed dual-clutch automatic
and all-wheel drive are standard.

Press the gas pedal down and prepare for takeoff because the NSX has serious throw-you-back-in-your-seat acceleration, with an estimated zero-to-60-mph time of just over 3 seconds and a top track speed of 191 mph. This beats the Audi R8's zero-to-60 time of 3.5 seconds.

2017 ASTON MARTIN DB 11

2017 Aston Martin DB 11

Photo: Allen Myers

Specs:

15/21 mpg city/hwy (est)

2 doors, 4 passengers

Rear Wheel Drive

0-60 in 3.8sec, 600hp, 200MPH Top Speed

5.2-liter turbocharged 12 cylinder engine

516 lb-ft torque, 8-speed automatic transmission

Owner: Dr. Luke Nordquist

The engineers at Aston Martin ensured that the DB11 is a thrill for all your senses. Hear the satisfying sound of its new twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 engine. Boasting 600 bhp and 700 Nm of torque, it makes DB11 the most powerful DB production model in Aston Martin’s history.

A fearless design philosophy has led to DB11's iconic looks. Discover the striking new grille, clamshell bonnet and innovative Aston Martin Aeroblade™, which cleverly removes the need for a rear spoiler by harnessing airflow to enhance stability. Underpinned by a new bonded aluminum body structure that combines lightness and strength, DB11 sets a formidable new standard for sporting Grand Tourers and takes the legendary DB lineage to
unprecedented heights.

Turning up its looks and performance literally to 11, the DB11 continues Aston Martin’s tradition of blending style and power. Two twin-turbo engines are offered—a 503-hp 4.0-liter V-8 and a 600-hp 5.2-liter V-12—both teamed with a paddle-shifted eight-speed automatic. In our testing, the V-12 launched the DB11 from zero to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. A lightweight structure, torque-vectoring system, and stiff chassis result in impressively
agile handling. Want to feel like 007? This is your car.

2009 FERRARI 16M SCUDERIA

2009 Ferrari 16M Scuderia

Photo: Carlos Matamaros

Specs:

11/16 mpg cty/hwy (est)

2-door, 2-passenger roadster

Rear Wheel Drive

0-60 in 3.4 sec, 503hp, 196MPH Top Speed

DOHC 32-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, port fuel
injection

647 lb-ft torque, 6-speed-manual with automated shifting
and clutch

Owner: Butch Atherton

The Ferrari Scuderia 16M, the droptop rendition of the Scuderia F430, was born to celebrate the 16th Formula One World Constructors’ Championship , won by Ferrari in 2008.

And they didn’t just throw a 16 into the name, they upgraded: a higher-compression version of the 4.3-liter V-8 making 503 hp and 347 lb-ft of torque, a race tuned suspension, serving dish sized ceramic brakes, and the F!-Superfast2 automated transmission that enacts a one-two shift in 60 milliseconds.

According to Ferrari in 2009, the 430 Scuderia Spider 16M was faster around the Fiorano test circuit than any open-top road car it had ever built.

1950 CHEVROLET PICKUP

1950 Chevrolet Pickup

Photo: Jeff Barnes

Owner: Peter Fink

Not limited to cars only, Peter Fink’s resto-mod collection includes this 1950 Chevrolet five-window pickup truck. It’s completely modernized, and its bold exterior finish is complemented by a slammed-lo created by the air-ride suspension. The drive train was
pirated from a late-model Z06 Corvette and the rear view mirror displays the automatic transmission’s gear status. It features leather interior with six-way power seats, power windows and locks, and a tilt steering column. Peter says it’s very fun to drive and that he enjoys taking on the highway.

1970 DODGE CHALLENGER

1970 Dodge Challenger

Photo: Jeff Barnes

Owner: Peter Fink

Very few of the ever popular E body-Mopars are as desirable as this 1970 Challenger R/T equipped with the 426 Hemi V8 with dual four-barrel carburetors, rated at 425 hp and 490 lb-ft. Peter Fink says his Plum Crazy coupe is one of only 150 produced with the A727 TorqueFlite automatic. He loves the exterior finish so much that he ordered his new Dodge Demon in that same color.

2008 LAMBORGHINI MURCIELAGO LP 640 ROADSTER

2008 LAMBORGHINI MURCIELAGO

Photo: Max Chiu

Specs:

9/14 mpg city/hwy (est)

2 doors, 2 passengers

All Wheel Drive

0-60 in 3.1sec, 631hp, 209MPH Top Speed

6.496-liter 12 cylinder engine

490 lb-ft torque, 6-speed manual transmission

Owner: Sean Glassman

The tale goes that Murciélago The Bull fought with such passion and spirit that on October 5, 1879 he survived 90 relentless sword strokes against Rafael "El Lagartijo" Molina
Sanchez, at the Coso de los califas bullring and the crowd called for his life to be spared, a rarity of legend. The 2008 Lamborghini Murciélago is a supercar born out of that indomitable spirit of performance and the Lamborghini heritage. This automotive icon has all the handling dynamics you would expect from the beast that will not cease, and cease it will
not- this wheeled expression of nature was built to push the boundaries of whatever road her tires grip. Head-turning exterior design, explosive V12 engine pumping out 631 horsepower, AWD system enhancing composure at triple-digit speeds and exotically designed scissor doors always leave spectators in awe of the dancing bull as she displays her fighter jet acceleration and styling even Batman would tip his shades for.

2018 MCLAREN 720S

2018 McLaren 720S

Photo: Max Chiu

Specs: 

15/22 city/hwy mpg

2 doors, 2 passengers

Rear Wheel Drive

0-60 in 2.9sec, 710hp, 212MPH Top Speed

4.0-liter V8 engine

568 lb ft lb-ft torque, 7-speed twin-clutch auto

Owner: Max Chiu

McLaren is a household name when it comes to supercars, but the 2018 720S is set apart even from its iconic brethren. As the first to dawn McLaren’s new Monocage II carbon-fiber tub, this beast marches to a speedier drumbeat- lighter, stronger, and blisteringly quick- it moves like it’s alive. With a new engine, more power, and all around more “super” the 2018 720S is a ferociously aerodynamic coupe that will leave you feeling fast simply by looking at its interior. Touchscreen infotainment system is standard, as is a digital gauge cluster that hides away in the dashboard when in Track mode. 710 horses rumbling through the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 give the 720S’ carbon-intensive architecture a power-to-weight-ratio
advantage that leaves the road hot and would be followers in the dust.