|1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S.|
Prices of Porsches are going nowhere but straight up. RM Sotheby's offered an example from 1997, one of just 183 Turbo S models built for the U.S. This one displays 13,379 miles and is said to be a numbers-matching car.
With a 424-hp engine, these were essentially supercars back in the day. $495,000
|1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward|
This 1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward is an example with 20,000 miles. That's low mileage even for the typical royal deferred-maintenance-mobiles, and it's rare.
|1978 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser|
A 1978 example, the subject of a frame-off restoration. 1978 was the first year for front disc brakes on these, even though the basic design dates back to the 1950s. A 4.2-liter inline-six lives under the hood, good for 135 hp. $82,000
|1985 Ford RS200 Evolution|
The Group B racer is famous for holding the Guinness record for "fastest accelerating car in the world" for some time. This particular RS200 is one of just 24 built to Evolution spec and packs a 600-hp 2.1-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, connected to a five-speed manual. The clock showed less than 450 kilometers, which makes it one of the least used RS200s in the world. The car was originally sold to a Texas oilman who kept it as a collectible. $522,000
|1963 Volkswagen Type 2 '23-Window' Super Deluxe Microbus with Eriba Puck camper|
The VW boasts a 50-hp four-cylinder. The Bus itself received a bare-metal restoration in the 1990s. $159,500