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1969 De Tomaso Mangusta

The Lamborghini Miura gets most of the credit, but the Mangusta was arguably just as important in laying the groundwork for modern supercars. Only 401 were ever built, and only 250 or so remain, so this 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta is a rare relic indeed. Amazingly, it's only been driven 2,900 miles over the years, and aside from the exterior paint — which was recently restored to its original Silver Blue Metallic — the car is entirely original, from the Ford 5.0L V8 engine and electrics down to the tires and "mouse hair" dash. A true gem of a sports car that only recently has started to receive the respect it deserves.

  • 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RSH

    It looks restored. But that's only because it's been sitting in storage for nearly three decades. This 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RSH is an outstanding, if slightly imperfect, example of a classic model. One of only 17 RSH models built, it was originally decked out in "viper green", only to be changed after the fact — along with its signature duck tail engine lid — to avoid unwanted attention. The second (and present) owner added an ash tray, radio, carpets, and clock, all of which can be easily removed to return it to stock condition. Having been stored dry, the original engine and gearbox remain in excellent shape, as does the overall car, providing a terrific opportunity to restore this rare 911 to its former glory.

    Photos: Jan B. Luhn / Classic Driver

  • 1961 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Aerodynamic

    One of just 17 SA coupé aerodinamico models ever made, this 1961 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Aerodynamic is an outstanding example of a very rare sports car. Meticulously restored, it's powered by its original 4.0L Colombo V12 engine that, while smaller than its predecessor, still produced the same amount of power. Notable on this model are the Pininfarina bodywork, the shorter wheelbase, and the outstanding color combination of Blu Sera exterior paint with a natural saddle leather interior.

    Photos: RM Sotheby's