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1962 Porsche 356 Carrera 2

One of only 310 Carrera 2's ever built — and only 27 with a factory sunroof — this 1962 Porsche 356 Carrera 2 is a stunning example of one of Stuttgart's most legendary road cars. Powered by a 130 hp, 2.0L flat four-cylinder with dual Solex carburetors, the Carrera 2 was the company's fastest road car to date, with a four-speed transaxle, and four-wheel independent suspension with disc brakes. This particular example has a number of desirable features, like the wood-rimmed steering wheel, ventilated chrome wheels, and teardrop tail lamps, and was meticulously restored in 2013 while retaining its original ruby red exterior hue and black leatherette with gray corduroy inserts.

  • 1958 Porsche 356 A Speedster

    Built during the final year of production, this 1958 Porsche 356 A Speedster is a classic example of this spartan drop-top that offers more speed than most. The most recent of the car's three owners upgraded it with a four-cylinder engine from a 912, producing 104 hp — a 25 percent improvement over the original engine — and outfitted with sheet metal, starter, generator fan shroud, oil filler and filter from the 356 A, giving it a stock appearance. The exterior is finished in Meisen Blue with a Navy top, correct OEM USA full bumpers, and chrome side-view mirror, while the interior has a matching Meisen Blue dash with correct gauges, a restored Nardi wooden steering wheel, and tan square-weave carpeting. Arrives with its original jack and OEM tool roll.

  • 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Barn Find

    It's not a fancy restoration. That's the point. This 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Barn Find was discovered in mid-Alabama, where it had been sitting since 1974. The owner had put a sizable dent in the sheet metal nose cone, and wanted to get it fixed before he started driving it again. Obviously, that never happened. It's all original, including the 440 Magnum V8 engine (but not the flames on the side), and it's going up for sale at Mecum's Kissimmee Auction in early 2016.

    Photos: Teddy Piper