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1958 Works Lister Knobbly

You would be hard-pressed to find a richer and more successful tradition of motorsport than that of the United Kingdom. One of the lesser-known marques to come from the British Isles is Lister, who built several competitive cars in the 1950s powered by Jaguar engines. After several changes of ownership, Lister is getting back to their roots with the 1958 Works Lister Knobbly. An exact replica built from the original plans with modern manufacturing processes, the company brought manufacturing jigs and even former employees to produce the cars. Available as an FIA-approved, vintage spec race-ready car, it brings the glory days of Britsh racing to the modern age.

  • Timeless Kustoms 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

    With a level of performance far beyond anything General Motors could dream of in 1969, this Timeless Kustoms 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has all the features to make it a modern track day star. A custom-made air intake feeds a twin-turbocharged 380ci LSX V8, putting 750 hp to the rear wheels through a 6-speed Tremec automatic transmission and 4-inch aluminum driveshaft. Corvette Z06 wheels and high-performance rubber keep the car on the track, and a custom fabricated underbody diffuser helps overcome the beautiful-but-brick-like aerodynamics of the 60s bodywork. A perfect stablemate to the owner's other Pro Tourer, his as-impressive 1966 Chevelle.

  • Untouched 1993 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR

    If you want to race a Porsche, all you have to do is ask. The company has made factory-built, stripped-down race versions of their road-going cars available to consumers for decades, albeit at extra cost. A far cry from their ordinary street cars, these factory racers came devoid of creature comforts and loaded with race-ready features good enough for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. All of which helps make this particular 1993 911 Carrera RSR so unusual. With just over 6 miles on the odometer, it was hardly ever driven, much less raced. In addition to being ready for the track, this 911 was ordered with a double-take-inducing all-red interior, making a striking contrast with the Polar Silver Metallic exterior. Other highly-customized touches abound. And should you doubt the odometer, just take a look at the protective Cosmoline coating — still intact from the factory — and the plethora of paw prints from its time in storage.

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