Porsche loves racing, and when customers were begging for a stripped-down 911 in the '80s, Porsche answered with the 911 Club Sport. Only 340 Club Sports were made between 1987 and 1989, with 28 specified for the US market. The Club Sport here arrive in Chicago, Illinois, and came from the factory with 16-inch Fuchs wheels, a shortened gear shifter, Bilstein dampers, the legendary G50 transmission, and a limited-slip differential. The 3.2-liter flat-six was blueprinted at the factory and makes 214 horsepower along with around 20 pounds less thanks to no sound deadening material, cloth seats, and no rear seat. The car retains its original white-over-black color scheme and shows just over 31,000 miles since new. Perfectly maintained, this is one of the rarest of the G-series 911s.