'On paper the 911 R is a GT3 with a manual gearbox, the GT3 RS's engine, and no wing. However, the philosophy behind the car is more involved. This is meant to be a pure, emotive 911, a car that's about driver involvement on the road rather than the track.'- Evo magazine.
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As EVO described, "It's an ambitious fusion of race-bred powertrain and rearl-world competence wrapped up in a modern-day reinvention of the sublime Carrera GT."
The Lancia Rally 037 represents the last of the winning rear-wheel drive Group B rally cars to compete in the series that became dominated by all-wheel drive platforms. Here is a chance to buy one of the best restored examples of this rare breed.
Porsche is ready to show off the oldest 911 in its possession after three years of meticulous restoration: a 1964 901.
Following in the footsteps of the legendary Carrera RS 2.7, Porsche would revive the Rennsport-spec 911 for the 90's. The result was the most pure and refined form of the final generation air-cooled 911.
Reviewing the 400GT in its 2+2 form in 1967, Autocar magazine voted it 'better than all the equivalent exotic and home-bred machinery in this glamorous corner of the fast-car market.'
Available here is a truly rare and special V6 powered Alpine A310. Just around 30 of these cars are said to have made it into the United States, making this a unique car indeed.