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1970 Range Rover #001

That's right — this isn't just any Range Rover. It's the first. Heading up for auction soon, the 1970 Range Rover #001 was the first Range Rover to go onto the production line, and like any classic Rover, it's had its share of adventures. Built in late 1969, it was "lost" for a number of years in the '70s and '80s before being found in the early '90s and undergoing a six-year, ground-up restoration to bring it back to showroom condition and restore its original Olive Green color. Amazingly, despite all this is still retains all its "matching numbers" components, including the chassis, 3,528cc 8-cylinder engine, four-speed manual gearbox, and axles, as well as the original body shell and aluminum bonnet. When it comes to vintage Rovers, this is the one to own.

  • 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale by Scaglietti

    Any Ferrari from the '60s is likely to be a pretty unique auto — it's not like there are a ton of them around — but if you're looking for something ultra-exclusive, this 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale by Scaglietti is your ride. The first of only three 275 GTB/C Speciales built, it offers unique features like aluminum bodywork, a Tipo 563 chassis, a lightweight block V-12 engine good for 320 hp, a five-speed manual transmission, an outside aluminum fuel filler cap for faster pit stops, aluminum bucket seats, and a striking silver and grey paint job.

  • 1976 Mercedes-Benz 406 Unimog

    When it comes to cars 30 years and older, it's tough to find them in great shape. Which is part of what makes this 1976 Mercedes-Benz 406 Unimog so appealing. Formerly used as an aircraft tug by the German Army, it spent its active duty garaged inside hangars, preserving its rugged body. The original 84hp six-cylinder diesel engine has approximately 3,300 hours on it, and is joined by a converter clutch, a power take-off shaft at the front, a "Schmidt" plate for attaching tools like a snowplow or loader, seat belts in the front and rear, new wheels and tires, refurbished seats, the unfortunately detached original speedometer, and a guarantee to draw the attention of off-roaders everywhere.