The 911 arguably reached its height with the 964-generation 911, and the RSR was the pinnacle of the 964. Only two road-going 911 RSRs were made, and this is one of the two. The RSR came with a 3.8-liter turbocharged flat-six making 375 horsepower driving the rear wheels only with the Turbo's widebody bodywork. Only 51 examples of the 964 RSR were built, with each one being sold directly to privateer racing teams, with two exceptions. This car was delivered new to London and has a host of features that make it as unique as its original owner. Silver over red interior, passenger seat, locking differential, 120-liter fuel tank, and twin-plug Le Mans-spec engine were on the options sheet. Three-piece Silverline wheels in Amethyst Metallic and gold brake calipers make it one-of-kind, if a little garish. But for all that, the car's most impressive detail is it's most banal: the factory-applied Cosmoline rust protection goo is still there. It's a collector's dream, maybe even more important than the 10 kilometers on the odometer.