Evaluation: Showing 514 kilometers (319 miles). There are two notable paint cracks at the front Ford logo, and there are also paint chips on the upper door jamb. The mechanicals show little deterioration and the interior shows no real use, however the dash cover is peeling at the air vents at the windshield base. A cool, preserved, low mile RS200. One of 200 built and just 24 done to Evo specs.
Bottom Line: The RS200 was the world’s fastest accelerating production automobile when it was new, and the Evolution, of which only 24 were built, had a larger 2.1-liter engine and upgraded suspension and brakes. Setting a value on a rare version of an already rare rally homologation special isn’t always straightforward, but several others have sold in the neighborhood of half a million dollars. Including this one, which brought $522,500 at Amelia Island in 2016.