Many of the vintage perfumes you cite were based on oakmoss, now banned from niche and mainstream alike. Oakmoss, like other materials like sandalwood, helped give persistence but without overpowering.
Off the top of my head, I think Parfums MDCI does have something that will come off as old fashioned, complex and evolving, but perhaps more in the feminines, like the citrusy Promesse de l'Aube. I'm also thinking about Ormonde Jayne Tiare, a citrus-green chypre, though I wonder whether you may find it a bit too strong (it does last more than 4 hrs on me). And just this morning somebody posted a link to today's review by Luca Turin of Grossmith's Shams el nessim, which I have not smelled, but which from his description sounded in the style.