In the Competition Car sale, one of the more important Subarus in existence, this Legacy RS was the first to utilise the flat-4 boxer engine and was at the forefront of Subaru's rise to prominence - Colin McRae securing both his first British title in and his first WRC win in one. Richard Burns and Ari Vatanen are great names also associated with the Legacy RS, the latter leading the 1993 Acropolis rally in his before it was badly damaged in a crash. It has since been restored to the same gravel rally specification as that very same rally though, with the same ECU map, having only covered 80 miles since its restoration. The price to get your hands on this coveted Subaru? Estimates between £120,000 - £140,000.
From Group A to Group B homologation, this Ford RS200, chassis #53 of 90, has had only two owners since 1987, both Ford dealers. Under FIA rules, 200 road-goingRS200s were supposed to be built, however Group B reached its end before Ford completed the allocated numbers. This car has been meticulously taken care of and with only 8,876 miles it is aching to be driven, but will likely instead make a perfect acquisition for a Ford collector (estimate £120,000 - £150,000).
Onto something a little more curio in this Lamborghini DL20-2241R, said to be Ferruccio's favourite tractor and one elected to lead the funeral parade, towing his casket through the streets of Perugia upon his death. This tractor has had a full nut and bolt restoration and is offered with photographic documentation and a NOVA number for registration. If Ferruccio's other offerings are more favourable, pay attention to one of the first right-hand drive Lamborghini Jalpas, number 46 off the production line. Built to compete with Enzo Ferrari's 308, this Jalpa was restored in 2013 with an estimate of £65,000 to £75,000.
There is plenty more to choose from, of course, with the full lot list available here for your perusal.