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1966 Porsche 906 Carrera Competition Coupe

There's just something about the futurism of the '50s and '60s that makes us all warm and fuzzy inside, and this 1966 Porsche 906 Carrera Competition Coupe will have the same effect on you — right before it pins you to the seat. Despite its seemingly meek 220bhp, 2-liter flat-six cylinder engine, the car — commonly referred to at the time as the Carrera 6 — offers up a top speed of nearly 170 mph, an original multi-tubular chassis frame, and a new FIA-approved roll cage. This particular specimen won a 1967 Australian Championship, is one of only 66 ever built, and just happens to look like a spaceship.

  • 1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109

    Modern SUVs offer a great blend of comfort, performance, and utility, but they just can't match the unabashed ruggedness of earlier models. This 1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109 is certainly among those, with seating for ten, a "tropical" roof, tank-like construction that's even more robust than the cheaper follow-up Series IIA model, and a like-new condition thanks to a full restoration by well-known Land Rover enthusiast Lanny Clark, using only original parts. Part of a run that lasted only two years, this classic is sure to keep you going in the snow and sun for years to come without going out of style.

  • James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5

    We're not sure whether we'd call it the "World's Most Famous Car" — we'd think that might go to something more universal, like the Mirthmobile — we'd still be more than happy to drive around in James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5. Hitting the auction block this October at the Automobiles of London event, this classic sports car is one of only two featured on screen during Goldfinger and Thunderball, complete with Bond's machine guns, a bullet-proof shield, revolving number plates,a removable roof panel, and smoke screen, all controlled via toggles mounted in the arm rest. Chilled bottle of Dom Perignon '53 not included. [Thanks, Stephen]