RM Sotheby's will sell this 1921 G1 at its Arizona event in January. The price? Around $1.5 million.
Keep the speed up, and you'll be passing cars until the end of time.
Some of the sweetest classic Italian metal is coming up for sale later this month. Here are our favorites.
After high school, the now famous director couldn't afford a 911, so he bought the next best Porsche with a flat-six: a 914-6.
BMW perfectionists: This is the car for you.
This super-clean BMW M1 can occupy a spot in your garage for the low price of just $658,000.
Back in the 1980s, Lamborghini went mad and built an off-roader with the V12 engine from the Countach. It was glorious.
The 1957 Brütsch Mopetta has the charm of a moped and the cool of a car. What's not to love?
The Escort Cosworth is a four-wheel drive drift machine that came from the WRC's golden age in the 1990s.
Someone came to West Coast Customs looking for a 356 body on a Cayman platform. A simple request that's tricky to execute.
Top Gear's Chris Harris managed to drive a 250 LM at the Goodwood Revival. He's very lucky.
This was the last update the third-gen Firebird received before it was replaced. It was a fitting send-off.
Here's yet another victory for the slow-car-fast brigade.
With just 14,100 miles on the clock, it's just barely being broken in.
Which means it will always be fixable, even if it'll never be fast.
Big Mike's favorite Corolla Levin is a fully built rally car running its seventh engine, ready for another swap to reach perfection.
The Italian company just announced a new tire just for the Lancia Flaminia. Hooray!
At this point, the 911 had been chugging along without a major update for 25 years. It was still a ton of fun.
It might not have been anything special back in the day, but now, it's a stunning museum-ready survivor.
Old 911s have a reputation for tricky handling. But master their quirks, and the rewards are endless.
Before standardization, every town in America used a different type of traffic signal. It's a wonder anyone knew when to stop or go.
Where we see a Bentley, he sees possiblity.
Even for IMSA driver Cooper MacNeil, the F40 is something special.