1962 Ed Roth "Mysterion" Roadster Recreation

Mysterion was legendary Ed Big Daddy Roths fourth custom, built in 1963 and powered by a pair of 406 Ford V8s. As the original no longer exists, this faithful recreation by Dave Schuten is certainly the finest in existence, built to show car standards and making its debut at the 2006 Detroit Autorama. This show-stopping custom is set to be a featured attraction at RM Auctions Icons of Speed & Style, September 26 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please visit http://www.rmauctions.com/FeatureCars-RW.cfm?SaleCode=RW09&CarID=r046&fc=0

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RM Sotheby's: Car Collectors Gather Here
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1966 Ford GT40 "P/1061"
Arguably the most successful and iconic American racing car ever built, the GT40 ushered in a new era of motorsport. At vintage racing events both in the United States and Europe, GT40s have proven to be immensely popular on the road and on the track. They are frequent sights at events such as the Monterey Historics, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and the Tour Auto. For the vintage racer, one would be hard pressed to find a more eligible, exciting, and competitive automobile. On numerous occasions, chassis number P/1061 has found itself at the top of the podium and will surely find itself at the front of the pack in the future. A highlight of the Jim Click Ford Performance Collection for over two decades, it will surely be an exciting machine for its next enthusiast driver. read more here: https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/MO16/Monterey/lots/r110-1966-ford-gt40-p 1061/238687





Jaguar D-Type: 24 Hours Of Le Mans Champion
The Jaguar D-type is the embodiment of what the marque stands for. Built for speed but with no compromise to beauty, the car managed to take victory at Le Mans no less than three years in a row. One of those very Le Mans-winning cars, the 1956 Ecurie Ecosse No. 4 car, will be offered in Monterey come August. Ecurie Ecosse was a private team with strong factory support from Jaguar, as there were no Works entry cars from the company in 1956. Thanks to the skilled driving of Ninian Sanderson and Ron Flockhart, as well as the incredible engineering put into this car, the inline-six–powered D-type finished a lap ahead of the Stirling Moss and Peter Collins Aston Martin. This D-type, XKD 501, is the best example of one of the most iconic Jaguars ever made and will surely be a highlight of Monterey Car Week. Video Credit: Porch House Pictures





Porsche 911 Turbo 'Flat Nose': A Design Icon
RM Sotheby’s has secured a Swiss private collection of 42 Porsches, to be sold ‘without reserve’ across select global sales in 2017, beginning with these 13 exceptional cars bound for RM’s Paris sale, February 8 during the world-famous Retromobile week. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Porsche 911 turbo 'Flat Nose', and find full details on our website here: http://rmsothebys.com/pa17/paris/lots/1986-porsche-911-turbo-flat-nose/1701773




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