When you think of shooting brakes, the likes of Aston Martin and even Ferrari come to mind — not Porsche. DP Motorsport, the company behind the aftermarket version of Porsche's legendary 935 Le Mans-winning race car, combined the British shooting brake and Teutonic engineering to create this 1976 Porsche 924-based DP Cargo. As with anything DP Motorsport touches, this is anything but a weekend hack job. The fit and finish of the conversion is second to none, with the hatchback being seamlessly integrated with the 924's lines. Even the seals around the new side windows and rear glass look good and weather-tight — a feat considering that DP Motorsport completed this 1986. The car also got the full-but-underwhelming 924 Turbo treatment while in the shop. Though the 924 isn't one of Porsche's sought-after models, the uniqueness and quality of the work, along with being one of only between three and nine made justify the steep asking price.