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Car Catcher: Bench Seat-Equipped Porsche 356

An unusual factory-optioned bench seat makes this Porsche 356A that much more special.

Car Catcher: Carbureted, Steel-Bodied Ferrari 308

What makes this 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB so special? Well, the title of this item might have given it away: This car was built during the transition period between the early fiberglass cars and the later steel ones.

Car Catcher: When a Standard Aston Martin V8 Vantage Zagato Isn’t Quite Rare Enough

What’s rarer than one of the few dozen Aston Martin V8 Vantage Zagatos built late in the ’80s? How about the only factory-built continuation car from that series?

Car Catcher: A Rare, Unrestored Lamborghini Miura S

This 1969 Lamborghini Mirura S represents something unique: a complete, running, driving car that hasn’t been restored

Car Catcher: Red Over Tan Ferrari 250 GTE

Back in 1982, this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II sold for $9500.

Car Catcher: A 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage That’s Billed as the Last Car Featuring a V12 Engine, Manual Transmission and Front Engine Placement

This 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Carbon Black Edition can be called a throwback machine: no paddle shifters, no turbo and 12 glorious cylinders.

Car Catcher: Relive the '80s With This Group 44 Jaguar GTP Racer

This 1984 Jaguar XJR-5 is a rare example: one of 10 cars built by the famed Group 44 team for competition.

Car Catcher: Lola T70 Can-Am Racer Once Driven by Andretti, Unser and Parnelli Jones

This historically important 1967 Lola T70 Mk. III Spyder has been faithfully cared for and properly prepared for vintage racing.

Car Catcher: A Cool, Collected Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2

What makes this 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 cooler than usual? “Very discretely configured air conditioning."

Car Catcher: Euro-Market, 964-Chassis Porsche Carrera RS

Track-ready variants of the Porsche 911 have been with us for decades, but this one was never officially sent stateside: Meet the 964-chassis Carrera RS.

Car Catcher: Fuel Injected, Split Window Corvette

This 1963 Corvette is not just a split-window, but one sporting the original injected engine and four-speed box as well as a known history.

Car Catcher: Lotus Super 7 in Iconic BRG Tipped With Yellow

Hard to get more elemental than a Lotus Super 7. And hard to get more traditional than one wearing British Racing Green capped with a yellow nose.

Car Catcher: A Bentley Continental GTC Speed That Checks All the Boxes

A Bentley name on the nose and available for 50 cents on the dollar? Perhaps it is possible to have it all.

Car Catcher: The Hagemann-Jaguar Special, a NorCal Racing Legend

This is a 1955 Hagemann-Jaguar Special, a one-off racer commissioned by Babe Sulprizio. Jack Hagemann formed the body, while Jaguar provided power.

Car Catcher: A Quintessential Sports Racer, the Lotus 23B

Making its debut at the Nürburgring in 1962, and despite the horsepower deficit, the Lotus 23 outpaced Dan Gunrey's Porsche 718 with Jim Clark behind the wheel.

Car Catcher: Is the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR a Modern Gullwing?

Gullwing doors, all the performance and the famed three-pointed star. Can we call this 2005 Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR a modern take on the famed 300SL Gullwing?

Car Catcher: Single-Family, 11,000-Mile Ferrari Dino

This 1973 Ferrari 246 GTS has been with the same family since it was purchased from Le Mans Motors Inc. on September 14, 1973.

Car Catcher: 2000 Bentley Continental R Mulliner Former Auto Show Car

How rare is rare? This 2000 Bentley Continental R Mulliner offered by Fantasy Junction for $89,500 represents one of just seven left-hand-drive examples built for that model year.

Car Catcher: 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible in Lime Green

How about a summer cruiser that offers it all: droptop, four-speed box, plenty of power and the famed Shelby label? This 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 convertible is the total package.

Car Catcher: One of 98 Mercedes-Benz 300SC Sunroof Coupes

Mercedes-Benz only built 98 copies of the 300SC coupes during its 1955-’58 model run, with fewer than a dozen said to have received a sunroof.

Car Catcher: The Ultimate Q-Ship, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3

These days, you’d be hard pressed to pick up a brand-new Mercedes-Benz for $48,500. How about buying an iconic 1969 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 for that same figure?

Car Catcher: Early Steel-Body Ferrari 308

While the first hundred or so examples feature fiberglass bodies, the bulk of Ferrari 308's delivered received steel coachwork.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, White Over Red Porsche Speedster

This 1989 Porsche Speedster from Fantasy Junction may be reported to have only 18,700 miles on the odometer, but it also comes equipped with various factory options.

Car Catcher: A Recreation of the Iconic Low Drag E-Type

Only one 1962 Low Drag Coupe E-Type is known to exist, but you can experience one for yourself with this recreation available from Fantasy Junction.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Ferrari 365 GTC

This low-mileage, numbers matching 1968 Ferrari 365 GTC from Fantasy Junction is a prime example of a classic Italian grand touring car.

Car Catcher: Is a Convertible the E-Type at Its Best?

Enjoy everything the iconic two-seater has to offer with this 1965 Series 1 Jaguar E-type Roadster from Fantasy Junction.

Car Catcher: Electrohydraulic Transmission-Equipped Ferrari 575M

This particular 2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello, offered by Fantasy Junction, offers a 508 horsepower, 5.7-liter V12 with some optional equipment.

Car Catcher: A Well-Documented, Left-Hand-Drive Aston Martin DB6

Is "Volante" the coolest way to say convertible? This 1967 Aston Martin DB6 offered by Fantasy Junction makes a good case for it.

Car Catcher: Over $120,000 Has Been Invested in This Alfa Romeo Spider

An Outlaw doesn't always have to be a Porsche. This 1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider Veloce proves that any classic can receive the Outlaw touch.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, Final-Production-Year Ferrari 328 GTS

This 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS from Fantasy Junction has reportedly covered only 10,000 miles in its 31 years. That calculates to a little over 322 miles per year.

Car Catcher: A Daytona 24 Podium-Finishing Lola T212

This 1971 Lola T212 is said to have a second-place finish at the 1972 24 Hours of Daytona as part of its well-documented history.

Car Catcher: A Fiat Abarth Monomille GT with a Bialbero Head

This 1963 Fiat Abarth Monomille GT from Fantasy Junction has been modified by pairing a 750 cc "Bialbero" twin-cam head to its 982 cc engine.

Car Catcher: A Sunbeam Tiger Known as the "Monster"

This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger, better known as the "Monster," was previously owned by Alan Fraser and has extensive racing history.

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