1968 Ferrari 365 GTC Coupe

The 365 GTC marked an understanding that Ferarri's clientele not only wanted the performance and cachet of the Italian marque but also a refined car that offered a bit of comfort and civility as well. Replacing the 330 GTC, the 365 was fitted with a larger 4.4-liter version of the Colombo V12, making 365 hp and good for a 150 MPH top speed. The suspension was independent front and rear with four-wheel disc brakes, and driveline improvements reduced cabin noise and vibration — a nod to drivability. The 20th 365 GTC made, this example was purchased by Edouard Washer, brother of Belgian tennis player Philippe Washer in 1969 and goes up for auction October 6, 2017.

  • Jaguar E-type Zero

    Classic looks. Cutting edge tech. Based on a 1968 Series 1.5 Roadster, the Jaguar E-type Zero offers an iconic silhouette, while underneath an all-electric powertrain has it prepared for a sustainable future. Engineered by Jaguar Land Rover Classic, it has a slightly modified fascia, with LED headlights for efficiency, and revised instrumentation inspired by the original. It's lighter than its vintage sibling, and quicker, too — it moves from 0-62 mph in just 5.5 seconds — even though the power output was limited to better match the set-up of the original. This example will be on display at an event in London this weekend, and while specific production plans haven't been announced, curious parties are encouraged to contact Jaguar and register their enthusiasm.

  • 1986 Gemballa Avalanche

    Sometimes a 911 Turbo just isn't enough. An excessive car in its factory guise, for some well-heeled customers during the Decade of Excess, one of the fastest cars you could buy wasn't fast enough. German customizer Gemballa stepped in to fill this ultra-premium niche, taking stock 911 Turbos and embellishing them with wild aero kits and interiors packed with the latest technological offerings. The top of the line was the Avalanche, which started at $700,000 — in 1985. In addition to the exterior and interior, Gemballa shipped each Avalanche over to RUF for mechanical tweaks that brought the car to over 375 hp. For a substantial discount from the original asking price, someone will take home an icon of 80s supercars.

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