1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RSH

It looks restored. But that's only because it's been sitting in storage for nearly three decades. This 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RSH is an outstanding, if slightly imperfect, example of a classic model. One of only 17 RSH models built, it was originally decked out in "viper green", only to be changed after the fact — along with its signature duck tail engine lid — to avoid unwanted attention. The second (and present) owner added an ash tray, radio, carpets, and clock, all of which can be easily removed to return it to stock condition. Having been stored dry, the original engine and gearbox remain in excellent shape, as does the overall car, providing a terrific opportunity to restore this rare 911 to its former glory.

Photos: Jan B. Luhn / Classic Driver

  • Jaguar XKSS

    Obviously classic, yet completely brand new. The Jaguar XKSS is being reborn by Jaguar Classic in a limited run that replaces the "lost" cars that burnt up in a fire at the company's Coventry plant in February 1957. This isn't just an old body bolted onto a current production chassis, either. Each of the nine cars is being built by hand to the exact same specifications as the 16 examples completed before the conflagration. To prove their commitment, a one-off has been completed and is on display at LA's Petersen Museum ahead of the nine production cars slated for delivery next year. Fully certified by Jaguar, it's the rare chance to experience something nearly 60 years old, as it was when it was brand new.

  • 1970 Volvo 1800e

    There aren't a lot of details to go on when it comes to this 1970 Volvo 1800e. It looks to be in very nice condition with recently reupholstered seats, apparently still runs, and has an "unknown" number of miles. Should that last part chase you away, consider that a 1966 model of its highly similar predecessor, the 1800s, holds the world record for most miles driven in non-commercial service, logging its three millionth in 2013. Assuming the original engine, it's powered by a B20E powerplant making 128 hp, good for a top speed of 118 mph and a 0-62 time of 9.5 seconds, making this more of a stylish tourer than a true sports car.

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