Audi S1

This vehicle is one of only 20 of Audi Sport built competition vehicles in Group B and the first in a World Cup run set up by a total of just eight vehicles used for events. Stig Blomqvist and Bjorn Cederberg went to the Rally Argentina at the end of July 1985.

Audi 80 Group 2

Audi officially entered the World Rally Championship in 1979. This vehicle is one of the four built works wagons of Group 4. It was registered with the license plate IN-NS 23 on 21.02.1979 on the Audi AG and immediately used at the Sachs Winter Rallye.

Opel Manta 400

Opel has first launched the Opel Manta 400 as a rally version with homologation no. B237 at the Corsica Rally 1983. This vehicle is the 16th of a total of 38 built vehicles, carries the internal number RM16 and was used by the Rothmans Opel Rally Team.

Porsche 953

This is the set from the factory Porsche, the Jackie Ickx 1984 at the 6th Paris-Dakar rally contributed. He is one of only three built Porsche 953 and one of the only ten 4-wheel-drive competition vehicles of all types, that Porsche ever built, and the factory has been established.

Porsche 924 Carrera GTS Rallye

This vehicle is the first of 59 vehicles that Porsche launched on 28 February 1981 as a small evolutionary series of pure competition cars after the end of production of the 400 road sports car 924 Carrera GT.

VW G60

The VW Rallye Golf G60 had only a short career in the World Rally Championship. On December 1, 1989 he was under the homologation no. A-5398 homologated in Group A and played as factory only 3 World Cup runs in 1990: Acropolis Rally, Rally New Zealand and Australia Rally.