As always, Porsches were very well represented at the recent Dix Mille Tours. Today, we take a look at four of the most interesting of these.
One of the most spectacular is undoubtedly this 962C, which built ahead of the 1990 season. It was raced just four times for its Swedish owner with Anthony Reid taking a victory in the Interserie race at Zeltweg during its very last outing. Following a lengthy spell in the United States, chassis 962-162 is now back in Scandinavian hands.
The most striking livery of this quartet is certainly applied to this 911 GT3 RS. It sported these patriotic colours for its appearance at the 2001 Sebring 12 Hours. Unlike most of these cars, the competition career of this GT3 RS is also quite short, which ensured it has survived unscathed.
Of an altogether earlier vintage is this 906 or Carrera 6. It was sold to British racer Mike de Udy and features an appropriate British Racing Green colour scheme. It was raced extensively for many years in period and more recently has been in French ownership. Chassis 906-129 still boasts its distinguished deep green colour.
Although regularly raced in recent years, this 356 B Abarth GTL has been re-painted to its original colours ahead of this season. The livery chosen in the recent restoration is the one used by Dutchmen Ben Pon and Carel Godin de Beaufort during their 1962 Le Mans outing.

Enjoy the links:

2001 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (WP0ZZZ99Z1S692091)

1990 Porsche 962C (962-162)

1966 Porsche 906 (906-129)

1961 Porsche 356 B Abarth GTL (1010)