2004 Ford GT Prototype CP-1

The first fully-functional prototype built as part of the all-new GT's development, this 2004 Ford GT Prototype CP-1 is a highly unique ride. Since it was built early in development, it has a number of features not found on later models, including a carbon fiber rear clamshell, experimental exhaust pipes, silver trim on the seats, an all-aluminum headliner, and a steering column from a Windstar van. It also bears the signatures of the original design and development team, including those of Bill Ford, Chief Designer Camillo Pardo, and Carroll Shelby. While it has a fully-functional powertrain, it's been outfitted with a chip that limits its top speed to 5 mph, making it highly collectible, but not a relic you'll be enjoying on the track.

  • 1964 Porsche 901 Cabriolet Prototype

    The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic sports cars of all time. Before it was the 911, though, it was called the 901. This 1964 Porsche 901 Cabriolet Prototype was one of just 13 pre-production models produced, and the only one to be built as a drop-top. This exact specimen served as the base for the beloved 911 Targa, is the second oldest surviving 901/911 chassis, and is one of just two pre-production 901s still in existence. As a result, it's not only an exceeding rare piece of Porsche history, but a rare piece of motoring history, period.

    Photos: RM Sotheby's

  • 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

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