The Porsche 356 Speedster was a harbinger of things to come for the German automaker. Rear-engined and with the shape that would be refined into the legendary 911, the 356 coupe cemented itself as a star on the track, dominating rallies and road races across Europe. This 1957 356A Carrera Speedster, however, is a step above a "regular" 356. Taking the Carrera name from a brutal Mexican road race, this example features a 1.5-liter motor pushing 110bhp, nearly twice as much as the base model, propelling it to 60 MPH in 11 seconds and on to a top speed of over 120 mph. An important piece of Porsche history, approximately 152 Carrera Speedsters were ever produced, and this example is one of only three built as a right-hand drive model.