If you ask any Porsche enthusiast to rattle off their dream garage for the brand, you’ll hear plenty of the most iconic racing and street cars they’ve ever produced. The 917, Carrera GT, 550 Spyder, 356 and many more are symbolic in the long history of motorsports and street presence, and are among the most enviable sports cars ever.
The Porsche 356 that was daily driven as part of the journey of legendary American singer/songwriter Janis Joplin was finally offered away by the singer’s family and long-time owners. Through the RM Sotheby’s Driven by Disruption sale in New York, the Porsche 356 C 1600 SC Cabriolet that had been vividly hand-decorated to become one of the symbols of a generation became a new collector’s piece, leaving the Joplin family indefinitely for the first time since 1968.
Simply by definition, McLaren Special Operations creates some of the most special and unique supercars in the world. From the MP4-12C to the P1, MSO developed one-offs, custom paint samples and endless options inside and out.
But while many buyers chose only a select few modifications for their cars, others went way above and beyond to test what MSO was truly capable of. It was this desire that led to the MP4-12C High Sport.
Porsche’s historic lineage includes creating the world’s most soulful road cars as well as highly competitive racing machines. With these combined pedigrees, Porsches are always near the top of the list of some of the most significant cars in motoring history.
While today’s Maserati brand is the epitome of class, style and luxury, there are times when a fourth characteristic is paramount: racing. Recently, the successful GranTurismo has been given the race treatment and was stripped down to become the Trofeo MC. But more than a decade prior, the brand’s most extreme offering hit the track.