1967 Porsche 911 R Prototype

At first, it seems hard to determine which version of Porsche's legendary sports car would be the most desirable. Over 50 years of development and countless racing victories, there are quite a few 911s that stand out — but nothing like this. This is the car gave birth to the 911's status as one of the best sports cars in the world, on or off the track. The fourth of four prototypes built before a production run of 20, this 1967 Porsche 911 R is in amazing condition, having only a light restoration in its 50-year history.

  • 1961 Triumph TR4

    You can find the strangest things in Kentucky barns — like this classic '61 Triumph TR4. British and roadster are like hand in glove. The island nation has a reputation for solid handling cars, and the TR4 is no exception. Current owner Tom Hale pulled the car out of the aforementioned tobacco barn and had it fully restored by Danny Morton of the Sterling British Motoring Society. After 40 years of slowly rotting away, Danny and Tom have brought the car back to its former glory.

    Photos: Jake Salyers

  • 1937 Yellowstone Park Tour Bus

    Sports cars get all the attention. With their sleek shapes, powerful motors, and handling prowess, the other four-wheeled denizens of the vintage automotive world often get overlooked. Vehicles made to work rarely get any praise. Even though it isn't going to get any accolades for performance or racing pedigree, this 1937 Yellowstone Park tour bus is hard to miss. Huge, yellow, and able to haul all your friends and extended family to destinations unknown, it's slightly more practical than your usual upscale car auction fodder — and has a history of showing people the grandeur of Yellowstone that's as important as any automobile.

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