Not every Porsche was made for you to beat fools off the line; some were made for less sexy, albeit very necessary, purposes. Case in point, this 1961 Porsche tractor. Packed with an 822cc single-cylinder diesel engine, this Porsche was the smallest of the four tractor models the legendary brand made. In classic Porsche fashion, the tractor, which was produced in an old Zeppelin factory in Germany, is sexier than most others in its sphere, with a bright red paint job, cream colored wheels and seat, and circular details throughout. This Junior 108 just hit the auction block at Bonhams and is available without a reserve and an expected sale price of $45,000–$65,000.