How about a 1970 Porsche 911 that has been kitted out Safari Rally style and has actually been run by Jimmy McRae in testing and finished 4th in class in the '05 East African Safari?
Or how about a road rally, factory Triumph TR7 with a V8 transplant? This one has a great pedigree as well, having won and run in numerous rallies throughout the UK.
This next one has no REAL rally history but is in homage to the rallying history of Lancia. This 1990 Lancia Delta Integrale is pristine and "only" 10-15K pounds.
Another road rally car here. A limited edition Ford Escort "Mexico" with a strengthened shell, Rally Sport suspension and bolt in roll cage.
A police car converted into a Mini Rally car for this next one. A 1967 Austin Mini Cooper S was originally built to police specifications but has since been converted into a classic Rally car and has competed across the UK before being stripped down and restored.
Now here's a classic worthy of a "Rally" in its title. A 1985 Ford Sierra Cosworth. This is an actual factory racer with the proper "works" registration number and extensive and extremely successful history.
A 1967 Lotus Elan that has been, like a number of these classics, converted to Rally duty.
And lastly, another Triumph TR7 that was originally put into privateer Rally use in the late 70's but has been since restored and comes with full FIA compliant papers for Classic Rally use.
The auction has many more vehicles up for sale, mostly UK/European brands and has a more extensive listing of the details of each of these beautiful vehicles. The sale is later this month.