Headlining this weekend's Artcurial Retromobile sale are a pair of fabulous Porsches that have been part of the Ernst Schuster collection for nearly 40 years. The most valuable is this ex-works 907 K, which has an extensive period racing history. The penultimate 907 built, chassis 907-031 has also been used in historic events by Schuster and now has a pre-sale estimate of 4 - 6 million. Sold new to Georg Loos, the 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 on offer was also successfully raced in period, scoring several class and outright victories. It was acquired by Schuster in 1985 and was subsequently restored by Sigi Brunn. Not raced since, 911 460 9077 has been fastidiously maintained and should sell for around 2 million.
Aston Martin have revealed the full details of the new V12 Vantage. Limited to just 333 examples and already sold out, it is slated to be the final Vantage to be powered by a V12 engine. The twin-turbo unit is good for 690 bhp and is mated to a ZF eight-speed automatic gearbox. The V12 Vantage also features an aggressive body that generates additional downforce to keep the Aston Martin planted to the road.
With the Prodrive Hunter, the British specialist manufacturer has created a road-legal version of the company's Dakar racer. The mighty machine is powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine that drives all four wheels. The 'all-terrain adventure vehicle' is now available to discerning customers for a startling GBP 1.25 million.

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1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 (911 460 9077)

1968 Porsche 907 K (907-031)

2022 Aston Martin V12 Vantage

2022 Prodrive Hunter