If you want to race a Porsche, all you have to do is ask. The company has made factory-built, stripped-down race versions of their road-going cars available to consumers for decades, albeit at extra cost. A far cry from their ordinary street cars, these factory racers came devoid of creature comforts and loaded with race-ready features good enough for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. All of which helps make this particular 1993 911 Carrera RSR so unusual. With just over 6 miles on the odometer, it was hardly ever driven, much less raced. In addition to being ready for the track, this 911 was ordered with a double-take-inducing all-red interior, making a striking contrast with the Polar Silver Metallic exterior. Other highly-customized touches abound. And should you doubt the odometer, just take a look at the protective Cosmoline coating — still intact from the factory — and the plethora of paw prints from its time in storage.