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.
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Winter weather doesn't have to mean leaving your muscle car in the garage. With an all-wheel drive system borrowed from the Charger, the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT AWD handles the sleet, snow, and mid-melt slush with aplomb. The system sends 306 hp from the 3.6L V6 exclusively to the 19-inch rear wheels until it feels the need for more traction, at which point it automatically adds the front axle to the mix. It also comes equipped with paddle shifters for the eight-speed automatic, an 8.4-inch touchscreen capable of showing on-track stats like 0-60 times and G-forces, and an optional upgraded interior with Nappa leather and Alcantara seats, a performance steering wheel, and a nine-speaker, 506-watt Alpine stereo.
Although it's just a running prototype — production models aren't expected to roll off the line until 2018 — the Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle is worth getting excited about. The engine serves a dual purpose by both powering the bike and serving as its frame, giving the bike a novel look that's helped along by the integrated exhaust and low-slung, boxy tank. It also has a unitized crankcase, a tablet-like digital dash with a rear-view camera, and will be assembled in New York City at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.