1988 Authentic Brumos Porsche 924S Peter Gregg Edition 1 of 2 Built Rare Collectible


1988 Porsche 924S Authentic Brumos. Matching Numbers.

Extremely Rare 1 of only 2 produced.

Clean CARFAX-Original Unrestored.


This Peter Gregg tribute 924S was sold by Brumos Porsche and features the company’s stripes and decals, a MOMO steering wheel, and more. The car was sold new in Jacksonville, Florida and remained with its original owner until 1998. Power is from a 2.5L four paired with a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. A December 2018 service included a new timing belt, water pump, and air conditioning compressor as well as brake caliper rebuilds and more. This 924S is offered with service records since 1998, an autographed owner’s manual, a Carfax report, and a clean Florida title.

The Alpine White finish is contrasted by red and blue Brumos stripes. Clear coat separation is shown where the driver’s door meets the A-pillar and front fender, and chipping is visible on the lower front valance.

Original 15″ Phone Dial wheels show finish imperfections and are fitted with Esteem Delta tires. The headlights and removable roof panel are pictured both raised and lowered in the gallery below.

The cabin features tan upholstery and carpets contrasted by brown plastics and black Porsche-branded floor mats. The front custom sheepskin covers were removed. Seats are original and have some great patina. An aftermarket stereo has been fitted, and the air conditioning system was recently converted to R134a refrigerant with a new compressor.

A MOMO steering wheel fronts gauges including a 5-digit odometer which shows 66k miles and has rolled over according to the Carfax report. Delamination is shown on the passenger side of the headliner, cracking is visible at the top of the rear seat, and neither the cruise control or right-side power mirror adjuster are functional.

The 2.5L four was derived from that of the contemporary 944 and factory rated at 150 horsepower. A December 2018 service was performed by All Euro Car Care in Jacksonville, Florida, a specialty shop reportedly operated by a former Brumos service manager. The work included fitment of a new timing belt, water pump, balance shaft belt, idler pulley, thermostat, spark plugs, speed sensors, and air filter along with an oil change.

Power is sent to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. All four brake calipers have been rebuilt and the brake master cylinder, front rotors, and pads have been replaced according to an invoice below.

The inside back cover of the owner’s manual has been signed by Hurley Haywood, Don Leatherwood, and others. An option code sticker at the front of the manual decodes as follows:

018 – Sport steering wheel
454 – Automatic speed control
455 – Wheel locks
567 – Top-tinted windscreen
573 – Air conditioning
650 – Detachable roof panel, electrically openable
657 – Power assisted steering
946 – Leather seats with leatherette back and sides

Service records are available from 1998 through the $4,574 service in December 2018.

The Carfax report shows history in Florida from new. Mileage updates indicate that the odometer rolled over between 1995 and 1996, and the sixth digit appears to have been dropped from the readings beginning in 2001. No accidents or other damage are noted. All original body panels.

A fantastic opportunity for any Brumos Collection.

Kevin Ream
Ream Development LLC
Daytona Beach Florida USA

Daytona Beach, Florida

Aug 2, 2019 | Odometer: TMU

1968 Porsche 912 Soft Window Targa


Beautiful RARE 1968 Porsche 912 SOFT WINDOW TARGA.
This beautiful example of a rare 912 Soft Window Targa hails from the northwest. The car shows no indication of rust history or repair. The car comes with the COA, showing its completion date as November 8,1967, engine number 1281439, finished in Polo Red, color code 6802, over black leatherette, which it wears today. A bare-metal repaint of the original color was performed in 2010 with PPG base and clear coats used. The paint is exceptional as is the bright work.

The run and drive is as smooth and sweet as the car is beautiful cosmetically. The engine, a type 616/69 flat-four, was rebuilt at the end of 2012. It included the installation of new big-bore 86mm pistons and rings, as well as new rod and main bearings. The crankshaft and camshaft were reground, and dual Weber carburetors have been fitted in place of the original Solex units. A dynamometer test was conducted following the rebuild, resulting in 107 horsepower and 112lb-ft of torque. Work totaled over $5,000 and the engine starts right up with that sewing machine smoothness and sound that only a well-tuned 912 Boxter engine can produce.
A 5-speed manual transaxle has been added. The transmission is tight with a good clutch and smooth synchros. 15” Fuchs wheels are mounted with Falken Ziex ZE512 tires that look brand new. The gauges are in good condition. The targa top and soft window are in good condition. The carpets are of correct weave and still look new. Note the good factory gaps photographed as well as the nice stance on the car.

Lebanon, TN

Jul 23, 2019 | Odometer: 25,591

1971 (79) Porsche 911 STR Tribute


1979 Porsche 911 STR Tribute.Vin 9119302544. 3.2L Motor.915 Transaxle.1107 Miles.Guards Red. Black on Corduroy Interior. Receipts totaling over $100000!Large Folder Full of Receipts. This stunning lightweight STR Tribute started life as a 1979 911SC. It was media blasted to metal modified with GT Racing fenders hood and engine cover. It was primed with rust repellent primer and finished in Guards Red. It features a very racy center fill gas cap as featured on period racers. The engine was completely rebuilt from the bottom up. The original 3.0 was upgraded to 3.2 with new pistons and cylinders. All new hardware and upgrades: oil cooler oil pump chain tensioners etc as well as a conversion from the temperamental fuel injection to 6 PMO carbs and a digital ignition system from Clewett Engineering. The car has a polished stainless steel M&K muffler attached to new Dansk heat exchangers. The interior features: New dashboard new headliner new lightweight RS carpet RS door panels and pulls Rennline floor board Schroth 4 point seatbelts Autopower roll bar (bolted in) quick release fire extinguisher and the most comfortable period correct reclining seats. The wiring is new and the gauges were rebuilt by Palo Alto Speedo.This car also has a new brake system new shocks new clutch new throw out bearing new pressure plate and a lightweight flywheel. The transmission has been rebuilt with all new synchros. This beauty is sitting on very desirable Minilite race wheels (8x15 fronts 9x15 rears) that are fitted with New Michelin Tb street legal tires. The workmanship has to be seen to be believed! It's incredible! Collector car financing available at competitive rates. Vehicle Disclaimer: We make every effort to provide you the most accurate up-to-the-minute information on all of our vehicles in our inventory. However please do verify with us before purchasing that all the information is correct and up to date. Also unless we take deposit any car is fair play and up for sale.

Oakwood, GA

Jun 30, 2019 | Odometer: 1,106

2015 Porsche 918 Spyder #257


Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Package. We are thrilled to present this amazing Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Package. Finished in White over Black leather with Acid Green Piping, the 918 Spyder Weissach has been driven very few easy miles by two previous owners. Expertly maintained by an Authorized Porsche Dealer, it is in pristine condition from top to bottom. Do not miss the rare opportunity to own a part of Porsche History as only 918 examples of the hypercar were ever built, with less than 300 for the US market. This 918 Spyder has been specified with: - Weissach Package (Weight Reduction: Magnesium Spyder Wheels, Lighter Brakes, Ceramic Wheel Bearings, Titanium Chassis Bolts, Additional Aerodynamic Aids, $84,000) - Front Axle Lift System ($10,500) - Custom Tailoring Option ($5,800) - Seatbelts with Accent Stripes in Acid Green ($1,800) - Carbon Floor Mats with Acid Green Piping ($1,725) - Vehicle Key Painted with Leather Key Pouch ($1,400) - Martini Racing Design Livery - Glare Reducing Interior Package - Stone Guard - 2-Zone Automatic Climate Control - HomeLink - Burmester High-End Surround Sound System with Storage Compartment The German hyper-car offering is the Porsche 918 Spyder. The successor to the legendary Porsche Carrera GT, the 918 Spyder has upped the ante with even more technological prowess. A high-revving motorsport-derived 4.6L V8 is paired with twin electric motors to create one of the most incredible sports cars ever conceived. All-Wheel-Drive ensures unflappable traction in the most demanding situations and is mated to a sophisticated 7-Speed Dual-Clutch Transmission. A lightweight Carbon Fiber body shell and advanced suspension aid its race-car like handling. This is the future! If you are in the market for a Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package, please call us today.

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Jun 26, 2019 | Odometer: 878

2012 Porsche Cayenne Jet Geen Metallic


● Exhaust Tip Color - Alloy
● Rear Spoiler
● Rear Spoiler Color - Body-Color
● Exhaust - Dual Tip
● Air Filtration - Active Charcoal
● Center Console Trim - Leather
● Floor Mat Material - Carpet
● Floor Mats - Front
● Front Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control
● Front Air Conditioning Zones - Dual
● Shift Knob Trim - Alloy
● Shift Knob Trim - Leather
● Steering Wheel Trim - Leather
● Interior Accents - Leather
● Floor Mats - Rear
● Rear Vents - Second Row
● Armrests - Rear Center Folding With Storage And Pass-Thru
● Cargo Cover - Retractable
● Center Console - Front Console With Storage
● Cruise Control
● Cupholders - Front
● Cupholders - Rear
● Multi-Function Remote - Keyless Entry
● Retained Accessory Power
● Steering Wheel - Tilt And Telescopic
● Steering Wheel Mounted Controls - Paddle Shifter
● Storage - Cargo Net
● Storage - Cargo Tie-Down Anchors And Hooks
● Storage - Door Pockets
● Storage - Front Seatback
● Power Outlet(S) - 5 Total
● Universal Remote Transmitter - Garage Door Opener
● Power Steering - Variable/Speed-Proportional
● Vanity Mirrors - Dual Illuminating
● Overhead Console - Front
● Storage - Cooled Compartment
● Steering Wheel Mounted Controls - Cruise Control
● Reading Lights - Front
● Reading Lights - Rear
● One-Touch Windows - 4
● 4wd Type - Full Time
● Abs - 4-Wheel
● Brake Drying
● Center Differential - Mechanical
● Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
● Electronic Parking Brake
● Front Suspension Classification - Independent
● Rear Stabilizer Bar
● Rear Suspension Classification - Independent
● Rear Suspension Type - Multi-Link
● Stability Control
● Traction Control
● Front Shock Type - Gas

Virginia Beach, VA

Jun 18, 2019 | Odometer: 64,846

1979 Porsche 911SC Targa 3.0


If you're looking for a low mileage, show quality 911 SC, STOP reading this post NOW! This is not that car. However, if you're looking for a very nice driver quality SC with a few miles on her this may be your Porsche.'s priced RIGHT! Probably one of the lowest priced air-cooled 911's available in this condition. It's an older repaint in the original Burgundy Metallic (paint code 436). Overall the paint is in very nice shape with a brilliant gloss but it does have a few minor nicks and blems as you would expect from a 40 year old 911. The good news is that there is NO rust. At this point I certainly would not repaint her. Just drive and enjoy. The cork colored interior is exceptional. Seats are near perfect with only a minor amount of wear on the drivers side bolster. Carpet and trim present well and are complimented with custom SC floor mats. Targa top skin is like new. All gauges and lights function as they should. Even the clock works.
The bulletproof 3.0 liter 911 engines are known as one of Porsche's best. It's not unusual to see 400K miles plus! This one has 234K miles and is running perfect. It has excellent oil pressure. There is NO SMOKE on cold start up or at any other time. A recent major service was performed and when the valves were adjusted there was no sign of pulled head studs. The engine is also quiet under load which confirms no head stud issues. There is a minor oil drip which is not desirable but IS somewhat typical. The asking price reflects an allowance for a potential repair for this in the future. Again, it's minor and you could simply drive it "as is" for a long time. This is a CA car and the engine also retains it's smog pump. A plus for West Coast buyers.

Transmission rebuilt 12K miles ago including complete clutch assembly.
Recent brake flush.
Brake calipers, pads, rotors and flex lines all like new.
Has recommended 3.0 upgrades (oil fed chain tensioners and air box pop off valve)
Recently installed Yokohama rubber
Jack, tools and workshop manual
Oil return tubes replaced
CV Joint boots replaced
Shift bushings replaced
Alternator, voltage regulator and belt replaced
16" Fuchs alloys in good condition
Drives true and straight and has a steady steering wheel when braking hard
Have receipts from the past 10 years (Original California owner is deceased and his records are lost)

No A/C
1 dash crack
Front chin spoiler has flaws
Bilstein shocks are soft
Minor oil leak already mentioned

Overall a nice drivers car that looks very presentable and is ready to enjoy now. Entry price allows you to do improvements at your leisure or just leave it alone as your investment increases in value.
Has that wonderful hand built "ping" when the doors are closed (a high G note for you musicians)
Happy to provide any additional photos requested. Give me a call and lets chat about my favorite subject: Air-Cooled Porsches
Offered at $29,911 obo

Virginia Beach , Virginia

May 23, 2019 | Odometer: 234,000

1963 Porsche 356 B Super 90 Maroon


122418 was completed on the 13th of November 1962 as a European specification Super 90 T6 coupe in Ivory over Red, handled by Autogerma in Bologna with deliver to Rome, Italy. Eventually the 356 made its way to sunny California, where it's said to have resided for the last several years. Despite its California Cool outlaw appearance, this S90 remains exceptionally original and thoughtfully preserved, while both Porsche Kardex and Certificate of Authenticity confirm 122418 is equipped with its factory fitted numbers matching engine (806395) and transmission (59959). Additionally, all etched glass, corresponding stamped body panels (418), and trim appear remarkably original.

The exterior's maroon paintwork was applied many years ago, having been polished to a smooth gloss finish, reveals the car's factory applied ivory paint – matching the dashboard. Inside, the cabin features original; European gauges, period Sears radio, luggage straps and newly restored leather seats. The driver's manual and sleeve reside in the glovebox. Likewise, its engine bay is very original in appearance with correct decals and finishes with uprated Weber carburetors breathing through correct type mesh filters. The front luggage compartment is equipped with luggage liner, jack, spare tire assembly and leather strap, while the undercarriage is extraordinarily tidy and solid with correct S90 suspension components. Overall an excellent 356 with charming patina!

Drivability and power are incredibly strong and dialed in thanks to a Fall 2017 intermediate service and multi-point inspection. Additionally, 5 new Michelin XZX tires were mounted on the unrestored steel wheels, complimented by original S90 “nipple” hubcaps and correct valve stems, caps and clips. Subsequently the 356 was a participant the Raduno Classico Rally 2018 this December and the little 356 that could did not skip a beat! This charming Coupe offers many possibilities to its next caretaker and is guaranteed to receive a tremendous amount of attention wherever displayed. Now available for worldwide purchase and delivery from our Houston, Texas showroom.

Houston, Texas

May 17, 2019 | Odometer: 15,555

1982 Porsche 911 SC Coupe Chiffon White


Ordered on August 15, 1981 through Heishman Porsche+Audi by Mr. Koutsoutis in honor of his wife's 40th birthday, specifications included Chiffon White paintwork with Beige partial leather upholstery and electric sliding sunroof ($940 extra). Chassis WP0AA0910CS120547 was completed on October 17, 1981 and delivered new through Heishman in late November as a 1982 model. All original paperwork associated with the purchase are including in the vehicle's dossier, which include the purchase order, bill of sale, odometer statement, window sticker and title copies. The SC would remain under the Koutsoutis' care in Maryland for the next 35+ years, while casually driven and meticulously pampered, which reflects in its immaculate current presentation. A few services are noted in 2015-17 prior to its second caretaker's receivership in January 2017. Next residing in Freemont, California, the new owner would continue the tradition of care given so many years prior.

Displaying just over 38,000 documented miles, the immaculate level of originality 120547 possesses is extended to nearly every single component of the vehicle. Verified by meter, the paint finish is believed to be original and is glossy throughout with excellent rubber gaskets and seals, preserved anodized window trim, all original etched glass and handsome black and polished date coded “cookie cutter” wheels shod with freshly mounted, 185/70 and 215/60 VR15 CN36 Pirelli P6000 tires. All body trim, emblems and lenses are original and remain in very nice condition. This includes the very rarely seen fuel decal on the driver's fender. All other decals, plaques, paint pen markings, zinc, cosmoline and undercarriage coatings appear nearly untouched.

The cabin features original upholstery, beautifully preserved dash with stunning instruments, knobs, vents and switches. The cold air-conditioning, power windows, mirrors, sunroof, and impossibly rare fitted Blaupunkt Bamberg radio are all in outstanding working order. Completing chocolate accents and plush pile carpeting (protected by calico Coco floor mats) complete the handsomely kempt interior. The front storage compartment shows further evidence of untouched originality with smears of black enamel and glue with important factory items in place, including correct spot-welds and paint markings, as well as the original jack and date-stamped space saver wheel. Additional emergency equipment includes the complete tool kit in Porsche protective plastic bag, as well as tire change bags and unopened gloves. A period first aid kit accompanies.

Under the rear bonnet, the complete matching numbers engine and engine compartment are in excellent order, benefiting from a recent 30 hour steam clean and detail. The engine bay remains remarkably original and completely stock, retaining all emissions equipment and air-conditioning components properly in place. The engine finishes are correct with correct clamps, hoses, and hardware – including surrounding decals. The undercarriage is as you might expect from an original and unmodified car, as the finishes and coatings continue down the powertrain, suspension and brakes.

Early 911s are delightful to drive, but an example of such originality truly commands the respect of even modestly capable drivers who quickly realize the performance once behind the wheel. The gearbox is smooth and effortless, with excellent throttle response, tight and responsive steering.

In addition to the aforementioned records and emergency equipment, the car is accompanied by what appears to be all original books in vinyl sleeve, such as the VIN-matched Warranty & Maintenance booklet, Owner's Manual, Service Workshop locator, all Blaupunkt Bamberg QTS books/diagrams/cards, and 1982 Porsche color selection pamphlet. To find a comparably preserved 911SC of this caliber is highly improbable, 120547 is guaranteed to bring driven joy and admiration to its next and only third caretaker from new.

Note: All lights, Radio with antenna, Horn, Wipers, Gauges, Air conditioning, Heater - All working properly

Compression Test:


1. 170 PSI
2. 165 PSI
3. 170 PSI
4. 165 PSI
5. 165 PSI
6. 165 PSI

Houston, TX

May 17, 2019 | Odometer: 38,160

1965 Porsche 356 C Coupe


1965 Porsche 356 C Coupe #220427

Dolphin Grey Dark Blue leather seats, Oatmeal tan Carpets

This Karmann built coupe is being sold from the Estate of Kirby Hollis, it actually was his wife’s car, they bought it 1997. Mary Jane drove it a lot, and they showed it at several concours, SCCA, PCA and 356 Registry since 1997. Kirby was well known as a top notch concours judge as well has one of the founding members of the Lockheed Sport Car Club and South Bay Sports Car Club.
This car has been well maintained and driven regularly up until the end on 2018. Don Wise and RMG (Bob Grigsby) has done most of the mechanical work on the car for over 25 years, Kirby who also was a good mechanic did meticulous and regular maintenance on his cars.
The car appears to be rust free. The previous owner repainted the car and rebuilt the engine and transmission, as he worked at Lukes and Shoreman, well known Porsche shop in Albany CA. In 1998 Kirby sent the seats to Auto International to be rebuilt and covered in Blue leather. Bruce Schmidt installed the remainder of the AI interior, (the original carpet may have been blue), keeping the original headliner, speakers and radio. Kirby added the wood wheel.
Engine # 715733 is most likely the original engine, and was rebuilt in 1996 @ 102,000 miles, adding SC carburetors.
Don Wise adjusted the carbs in October 2018 and he said it was “really strong and smooth”.
The 195-65 tires are newer, mounted on original chrome wheels.
Original owners manual/cover, pristine Tool Kit, and new bra.
Car is ready to drive anywhere.

For references: Don Wise Autowerkes Campbell, Del Sessions Auto Body San Jose, unfortunately Bruce Schmid recently passed away.
Price is $90,000

Campbell, CA

May 11, 2019 | Odometer:

1965 Porsche 911 901 Red VIN: 302470


Seldom do you have the opportunity to go back in time. In this case you can go back to the time and place where a legend was born. The Porsche 911.

This 1965 Porsche 911 chassis 302470 was finished on the 6th day of October in 1965 and as the number indicates was the 2470th made.

Originally purchased at Harper Motors in Charlottesville Va. by a computer programmer for the National Radio Astronomy Observatory it is thought to have lived its entire life in Virginia. After a 25 year lapse in history it resurfaced in the Richmond area and was purchased by the gentleman that sold it to the current owner.

It is reported to have had a professional restoration in 1990 with the original color Polo Red /6602 that shows very well today. The interior is said to be the original black leatherette in very good condition with patina in all the right places.
The original chrome wheels with the correct date stamps are included with the car however a newer set are mounted on the car with Vredestein Sprint Classic tires. All the glass is thought to be original.

The Kardex indicates that the engine number is correct however I suspect that there is a clerical error in the transmission number. The Kardex shows 223447 but the actual number is 223497. You decide.

The odometer shows 25999 but is inoperative. Not unusual for a 55 year old classic but it will be sold as TMU true mileage unknown.

The engine has the uber rare 6 Solex carburators with the twin fuel pump. Both have been recently restored and run great. The axles are the unique Nadella style.

Included with the car are : Owners manual, Jack, Tool kit, sales brochure, color chart, and COA.

I have been fortunate to have owned a 1964 911 for more than 46 years and know a thing or two about these first generation cars. I have personally inspected and driven this car and can tell you that it runs, drives, and shifts correctly. It is a beautiful example of the first generation….Keith Martin

Roanoke, VA

May 3, 2019 | Odometer: 00,000

1969 Porsche 911 T Coupe Tangerine COA Matching Numbers


Stunningly restored 1969 Porsche 911T. Finished in its original color, Tangerine paint code 6809. Ordered from the Porsche factory in 1969.

Optional Equipment
5 Speed Transmission
US Equipment
Stabilizers 15" - F/R
911 S English Instrumentation and oil tank
Bumperettes - F/R
Antenna- Left
Tinted Windshield
Becker Radio 'Europa' (US Band)
'Koni' Shock Absorbers
Light Metal Wheels - 6 x 15 w/Tires - 185/70 VR 15
Pirelli Tires

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity

Copy of German Kardex

Autobahn Interiors in San Diego supplied the headlining and carpet materials. Cost was $2,000 for materials alone.

Sportscar Collision in Ferndale, Michigan did the restoration. It took a year. The paint cost $1,000 per gallon.

Wheels are option 9110 - handwritten in Kardex. The wheels are correct to the car and are date coded 369 (March 1969). Tires are Bridgestone Potenza Pole Position 195/65 R15. The spare wheel is full sized Fuchs.

Engine rebuilt to 2.2L S specifications by John Truman.

PMO carburetors

Prototipo steering wheel

M&K stainless steel sport exhaust

Spare paint - Ditzler PPG 60541 Tangerine, original exhaust, original door cards, spares, history file, etc. all go with the car.

Asking price is $105k. Call or text 562-310-6932

I auctioned this car on Bring a Trailer late last year (I should have waited until the summer where it would undoubtedly have made much more) and it was bid to $87,411 plus $5,000 in buyer's fee for a total of $92,411 (see Obviously that wasn't enough to purchase a car this special.

NOTE: I may be interested in a part trade, Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, other Porsche 911 models, perhaps a Turbo, other interesting classics or cars considered.

Long Beach, California

Apr 22, 2019 | Odometer: Not Provided

1975 Porsche 914 1.8 Orange Black 911 Fuchs Wheels


General Overall Condition and Information:
This car is in great shape for its age and is a pleasure to drive. The engine is strong, starts easily and doesn’t burn any oil. The transmission is solid and shifts well. All of the electronics work correctly. I am the third owner. The car has had over $8,000 in upgrades added in the past three years as highlighted below. The car is stored in climate controlled warehouse when not in use.

Body & Paint:
Overall the body is good shape, with no visible signs of rust, and that includes the battery box area which is typical rust point on these cars. I pulled the rocker panels off and there is no rust behind them. Both front and rear boots are in great shape with no rust. The paint on the other hand is not the best. The guy I bought the car from said he had an inexpensive paint job performed and honestly, it’s shows. It’s shiny but on close inspection the body work is crap and the drivers door is not Nepal orange. The previous owner damaged it while it was stored in his shop and the auto body shop he took it to did a lousy job matching the paint – at least, that’s what he told me. It looks like signal orange vs Nepal orange, so perhaps he used the wrong color code. At any rate, I removed the rocker panels to inspect the car for signs of a wreck but there was no damage to the chassis.

Engine & Transmission: This 914 has a stock 4 cylinder 1.8L engine. It is equipped with a stock 5 speed manual transmission that shifts very smoothly.

Interior: All original black interior with no cracks in the seats or the dash. The car does not include the original radio but has an aftermarket radio installed. The original speakers are contained in their factory boxes and there are aftermarket speakers installed in the door panels. I installed a restored 380mm custom padded leather steering wheel that is really nice compared to the original (included).

Boxter Calipers front/rear
Zimmerman cross drilled rotors front/rear
Hubs w/new bearings, races and seals
Bilstein front struts
New mintex semi-metalic brake pads front/rear
911 5x130 hubs rear
914-6 Stub axles
911 rear eBrake, shoes and line kit
Bilstein HD rear shocks
125lb rear adjustable coilover kit (barrel springs)

Wheels: 6x15 fuchs (does not include a 5 lug spare)

Tires: Yokohama 205/55R15

Electrical: Everything appears to work as it should.

Glass: Original and in good condition.

Summary: This is a great car for someone looking for a nice driver with some cool upgrades. I had planned on doing a ground up restoration and back dating the bumpers to look like an early 70’s car but have since moved on to other projects. The planned restoration is why I wasn’t overly concerned about the paint issues when I purchased the car. I was more concerned about finding a good example without rust that would serve as strong starting point, and this was a great car for that effort.

Olympia , WA

Apr 20, 2019 | Odometer:

1977 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa Oak Green


1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 liter Targa SUPER RARE OAK GREEN/GREEN only 365 built in 77

RMC Miami is now offering for your consideration this very rare 1977 Porsche 911 Euro Carrera 3.0L Targa.
The Carrera 3.0 were built between 1976-1977 for the European Market only. The other models in the 911 line up the standard 911 with a 2.7 liter engine and the 911/930 Turbo.

The Carrera 3.0 has an evolution of the 930 engine but naturally aspirated.
During its short two year life span, only 3687 Carrera 3.0 liter cars were built and this one is only one of 365 LHD Targa cars made in 1977.
Factory LHD with the original matching numbers motor and trans are still with it and showing 130k km witch is about only 76,000 miles

Our 911 is finished in Oak Green Metallic exterior and interior to sample green. This green/green combination was a favorite and used always by Ferdinand Porsche in his personal cars.
This Euro Carrera 3.0 has incredible vintage street presence. It is rust free and very well preserved.
Body lines are super straight with no evidence of any accidents and floors are solid as seen in photos.

The interior is in very good overall condition. the green door panels show well dash has some minor warping, which is
normal on these older 911's. Driver seat has a small cut in the seam as seen in photos. Other than this
all seats inside are in clean condition not worn out and very comfortable to go long distances in.

Engine is in good running condition. The power band is very linear and it pulls through the gears effortlessly.
Clutch is soft and very easy to drive. Transmission does not grind going into any gear and does not suffer
from any pop outs. Synchros are super smooth.

Options including:
- Power windows
- Rear window wiper
- Interior to sample

Miami, Florida

Apr 20, 2019 | Odometer: 76,000

1995 Porsche 993 Carrera Coupe Polar Silver Tartan


Motorcar Classics is pleased to present this 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera, a Southern California car until just two years ago, that has been owned, maintained, and upgraded by a series of experienced Porsche enthusiasts. The car comes with a substantial history file and the clean Carfax report shows no adverse incidents and confirms the history and 109,633 total miles. The car has been repainted in the original Polar Silver as the unfortunate result of the original paint having been keyed. At the time of the respray it was fitted with a European front bumper and Carrera RS-style front spoiler. It has color-matched rear bumperettes and engine grille. It was fitted with HID headlamps and LED lighting.

The original black leather seats were replaced with black seats with red/black/green tartan cloth inserts reminiscent of Porsches racing cars and the seat cables are new. At all four corners are 17 Porsche Cup wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport tires. Bilstein PSS9 Coilovers give it a lower and more aggressive stance and a Fabspeed exhaust gives it added power and an awesome sound. The car has new CV boots, and updated engine harness, a short shift kit, and new stainless steel brake lines. The engine has new belts, and excellent compression.

The original tachometer face was refinished in silver by Hollywood Speedometer, and the dash is fitted with a Porsche Classic Radio with GPS and Bluetooth. This handsome Porsche is fully-sorted and a thrill to drive.

Farmingdale, New York

Apr 19, 2019 | Odometer: 109,633

1991 Porsche 964 Turbo Coupe PTS – Meteor Grey 18,400 Miles


Every once in a while a car comes along that is head and shoulders above the rest. Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas is proud to represent such cars. We present to you this unbelievable, spare no expense, 964 Turbo in ''Paint to Sample'' Meteor Grey Metallic with Special ''Matador'' Red Leather throughout the entire interior. This car is equipped with nearly $25k in Exclusive Options including Sport Seats, Heated Seats, Limited Slip Differential, Rear Window Washing System, Rim Caps with Porsche Crest, Leather Gear Box Tunnel, Leather Tray Behind Parking Brake, Leather Parking Brake Lever, Leather Seat Belt Locks and Housing, Leather Sun-visors, Leather Control Knobs X 4, Leather Ignition Door Key, Leather Roof-liner and Pillars, Leather Door Locking Roset and Knobs, Leather Inside Door Openers, Leather Turn Signal and Wiper Switch, Leather Fuel Tank Pull Knob and Yokohama Tires.

This special Turbo has had just two fastidious owners who have both enjoyed and taken remarkable care of this car. With just over 18k miles showing on the odometer, the car has obviously been driven. But this car belies its use with incredible paint and leather that is a feast for the senses both visually and by smell! Never before have you seen an air-cooled 911 with such incredibly sumptuous interior appointment. This C2 Turbo is truly one of a kind!

This car arrived to us in outstanding condition both cosmetically and mechanically. We treated the car to complete detail inside and out. We performed an annual service and repaired some seepage around the small-end crank-shaft seal. We also recharged the Air Conditioning as well. This car is ready to be immediately enjoyed by its next owner.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Apr 19, 2019 | Odometer: 18,400

1974 Porsche 914 1.8 Yellow Factory Fuchs


Selling my beautiful completely rust free 1974 Porsche 914 1.8L Carbureted (converted from fuel injected for reliability reasons) with pristine removable targa top. Had top off for legit over 3 months straight. Sounds great and is a real driver. Have enjoyed listening to the exhaust notes over installing a stereo for the last year with pleasure, and i'm a music nut. She has the AutoAtlanta 916 fiberglass front bumper, modified rear bumper to fit uninstalled Ansa Quad Tip Dual Exhaust System (included with sale), and side skirts that read Porsche (see pics) which greatly reduces body weight. Gives her a little more pep out of the 1.8L. It has the original interior and has been tastefully resprayed in factory Porsche Chrome yellow. Unfortunately, need to get rid of it to fund other projects (82 VW rabbit and 1999 996 911). My loss is your gain. Would love to see someone pull the motor, finish the 916 wide flares, and put in a beefy 2.7!!!

The car only has 74k miles on the clock. I bought it with 71,400 and only put on 2800+ miles in last year. Only 74k miles in almost 45+ years. I have worked tirelessly and spared no expense with the restoration in my care. The infamous hell hole has been attended to and repaired and rest of body is in very good condition for age. Was my daily driver for over 12 months. See below for all work done to the car by me and other professionals. Always garaged and babied, never raced, etc. Just cruised to work (2 miles away), a few car shows, and down PCH with top off on occasion. Clean CA title in hand in my name. Smog Exempt with current tags until April. Gets lots of thumbs up and attention when driving around town. Legit blast to drive with lots of pickup and great revving. Every gear of reverse dogleg transmission works flawlessly at both low and high speeds.

See below for specifications.

- Completely went through car and replaced all problem seals, etc. No Leaking at All.
- Brand new rear lower glass seals
- Auto Atlanta 916 Fiberglass front bumper, modified fiberglass rear bumper to house included quad tip Ansa Dual Exhaust, side skirts that read Porsche on both sides.
- Ansa Quad Tip Dual Exhaust with all gaskets.
- 2 Oem Heat Transfer Cases with gaskets for perfect fit.
- All shift bearings and linkage replaced by prior owner directly before purchase. Reverse dogleg is relentless, but shifts perfectly through all gears and reverse.
- OEM sunvisors in perfect condition (very hard to find)
- OEM 15" FUCHS Allow wheels with Porsche center caps. Would recommend new tires to the new owner.
- OEM Raising jacks points and other tidbits come with car
- Full Synthetic Mobil 1 oil change when purchased and throughout life.
- Restored the flip-up headlight housings in oem black.
- Multiple spare interior, door panels in both wood fabricated metal depending on need, and extra trim pieces.
- Pristine uncracked full dash and upper. (Very difficult to find in near perfect condition)
- Driver seat has single tear in seat leather (see picture), but interior otherwise in great condition
- Full oem spare.
- OEM Porsche rear trunk reflector.
- OEM Porsche door and ignition keys with fully functioning handles and lock - Please be careful, as they are replaced with oem parts, but don't need a lot of pull to engage, etc. I know from multiple replacement experiences.
- Many other spare parts to come with car.


- Will need at least 2 new tires due to slight dry rot from sitting in prior owners care.
- Small tended to crack in bottom lower left of original windshield - forgot it was even there because of location.
- HVAC needs attention (as does every other one on planet), but honestly don't even use it.

If interested, please text or call, text preferred. I am in absolutely no rush to sell, and have ample storage space. Possible trades ok with cash on either end depending on what it is. Thanks for looking.

Orange County, California

Apr 19, 2019 | Odometer: 74,000

1997 Porsche 993 Turbo Coupe Arena Red


This 1997 993 Turbo is the one you've been looking for. It is one of the most well documented, well cared for, and well optioned ones out there. It was special ordered new from Premier Motorcars in Albuquerque, New Mexico by the original owner on August 17, 1996 and was delivered in December of that year. Included are all of the original delivery documents, the first registration, and the original window sticker/ sales invoice and order spec sheets. Throughout his ownership, the owner serviced it at Premier for years until he moved to Washington, bringing the car with him. The second owner acquired it in December 2014 and continued the meticulous maintenance the previous owner showed, having the turbos rebuilt and the oil lines upgraded for longevity, along with replacing the tires with Pirelli P-Zero Rossos (as recommended by Porsche). As it sits today, this example has covered just 30,000 miles, putting at an ideal mileage to be in highly original condition but also drivable.

This 993 Turbo was both beautifully cared for and beautifully specified from the factory. It is finished in regal Arena Red with upgraded full Classic Grey “supple leather” inside with full power seats. It has the desirable aluminum/carbon trim on the shifter and parking brake which help give the interior a modern feel. It was also equipped with grey floor mats with the Turbo script and center caps with the Porsche logo which were ordered in place of the Turbo script caps. The spec and color combo helps give an already stunning car an understated look, with Arena Red helping emphasize the wide Turbo rear fenders and show the car's lines. This is an identical spec to the Turbo that Motorweek reviewed in 1996, calling it “one of the most capable road cars ever built.”

Included with the sale of this 993 is complete documented service history, fitted satin Porsche car cover, tool roll, both remote keys, owners manuals, window sticker, original mounted advertisement, and sales brochure.

Factory options:
Porsche floor mats
CD holder
Parking brake/shifter in carbon/aluminum
Porsche crest center caps
Optional CD player
Supple leather

Redmond, Washington

Apr 17, 2019 | Odometer: 30,000

1986 Porsche 911 Black Carrera Targa Clean CARFAX


3rd owner offering this triple black well cared for original, unmolested/unmodified example. It comes with books, jack, tools and spare, complete as the factory intended this car to be.

15k mile service just performed at 140k miles. Includes all service records from new, with clear title (CA) and clean Carfax, no accidents.

This is no garage queen, it's been driven and enjoyed as it should be, but there are a few stone chips and scratches as you would expect for the mileage, but overall the paint presents superbly.

Mechanically the car is excellent, runs great, no leaks, at least 50 percent remaining on the brake pads, suspension lively, stance perfect, precise handling. Everything works except cruise control (cable unavailable) a/c blows cold, has crappy stereo but I prefer the sound of that sweet flat 6 so I've never used it! The only real issue is a seam in the passenger seat came apart (see pic). It was like that when I bought the car and I'm still undecided what to do about it...if anything.

Originally owned by a doctor in New York, it was brought to the Bay Area in 2000 w/50k + - miles on it, I purchased from second owner in Frisco in 2012 w/122k miles on it, and over the past seven years put 20k trouble free miles on it. I've really come to appreciate what a remarkable piece of engineering/art this machine is. This year I retired and I no longer have the resources to take care of this car as it deserves, so I've decided to pass it on to the next caretaker....

Twentynine Palms, California

Apr 14, 2019 | Odometer: 143,200

1982 Porsche 911 SC Coupe 38k Miles Chiffon White


An Exceptionally Original & Impeccably Preserved Example. Presented in its Original Chiffon White over Beige Leather Livery. Previous long-term Ownership 1981-2016. All Original Order & Purchase Paperwork, Including Window Sticker Matching Numbers Engine & Transmission Per Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.

Just 38,000 Original Miles from New. Clean CarFax & AutoCheck Reports. Recent Inspection, Service and Comprehensive Detailing Complete with All Original Books, Tools & Emergency Equipment.

Ordered on August 15, 1981 through Heishman Porsche+Audi by Mr. Koutsoutis in honor of his wife's 40th birthday, specifications included Chiffon White paintwork with Beige partial leather upholstery and electric sliding sunroof ($940 extra). Chassis WP0AA0910CS120547 was completed on October 17, 1981 and delivered new through Heishman in late November as a 1982 model. All original paperwork associated with the purchase are including in the vehicle's dossier, which include the purchase order, bill of sale, odometer statement, window sticker and title copies. The SC would remain under the Koutsoutis' care in Maryland for the next 35+ years, while casually driven and meticulously pampered, which reflects in its immaculate current presentation

A few services are noted in 2015-17 prior to its second caretaker's receivership in January 2017. Next residing in Freemont, California, the new owner would continue the tradition of care given so many years prior. Displaying just over 38,000 documented miles, the immaculate level of originality 120547 possesses is extended to nearly every single component of the vehicle. Verified by meter, the paint finish is believed to be original and is glossy throughout with excellent rubber gaskets and seals, preserved anodized window trim, all original etched glass and handsome black and polished date coded cookie cutter wheels shod with freshly mounted, 185/70 and 215/60 VR15 CN36 Pirelli P6000 tires.

All body trim, emblems and lenses are original and remain in very nice condition. This includes the very rarely seen fuel decal on the driver's fender. All other decals, plaques, paint pen markings, zinc, cosmoline and undercarriage coatings appear nearly untouched. The cabin features original upholstery, beautifully preserved dash with stunning instruments, knobs, vents and switches. The cold air-conditioning, power windows, mirrors, sunroof, and impossibly rare fitted Blaupunkt Bamberg radio are all in outstanding working order.

Completing chocolate accents and plush pile carpeting (protected by calico Coco floor mats) complete the handsomely kept interior. The front storage compartment shows further evidence of untouched originality with smears of black enamel and glue with important factory items in place, including correct spot-welds and paint markings, as well as the original jack and date-stamped space saver wheel. Additional emergency equipment includes the complete tool kit in Porsche protective plastic bag, as well as tire change bags and unopened gloves. A period first aid kit accompanies. Under the rear bonnet, the complete matching numbers engine and engine compartment are in excellent order.

Houston, Texas

Apr 12, 2019 | Odometer: 38,160

1975 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 Coupe Ice Green


We are pleased to offer for sale, on behalf of one of our clients, this highly original and beautiful Porsche Carrera 2.7l.

This car is a very early 1975 production Carrera (#19 of only 395 examples built) and is in remarkable condition. The body is very straight with factory gaps and shut lines and still carries it’s factory applied, original paint as verified by a paint meter. The front right fender may have had some touch up, but it has not been changed. All body panels are original to the car!

Finished in seldom seen Ice Green Metallic (code# 250) this Sunroof Coupe Carrera is very attractive and highly collectible.

The black partial leather interior as well is completely original in fantastic condition, with original carpets, flawless door panels and excellent headliner. The dashboard is free of any cracks or warping and shows excellent. The only noticeable flaw is a seam that opened up on the driver seat, which is an easy fix. All instruments are in perfect working order.

Mechanically, the car is brilliant and performs just the way it was intended to. The car has been with the same Georgia owner (PCA member) since 1982 and had just recently (2016) changed hands. It has always been taken care of meticulously.

The most recent service (2018) included: Fuel tank replacement, Fuel lines replaced, CIS regulator rebuilt, Full brake service and New tires

April 2016:
Complete transmission overhaul, Valve adjustment, New fuel pump and line, New warm up regulator, New valve cover gaskets, New spark plugs, Timing reset, Remove and clean injectors, Drain and clean fuel tank and Oil service (Valvoline Racing)

Older service during the 34 year ownership included:
2000 - Engine insulation and sound blanket
1992 - Complete engine rebuild by Doc Emard, New clutch, and New CV joints
1990 - New stainless steel muffler, Heat exchangers, and Brake lines
1989 - New adjustable shocks, Hydraulic chain tensioners and Sway bars
1988 - New oil cooler and Short shifter
1985 - New headliner, Trunk carpet, and H-1 Headlights

The limited build number (only 395 Coupes in 1975) and fantastic original condition along with a very rare and attractive color combination make this Carrera a highly collectible and enjoyable example. Of course fully numbers matching with Porsche Certificate of Authenticity!

Manual, Jack, spare and air compressor included!

Please study all the photos closely to evaluate the condition of this car!

Grass Valley, California

Apr 12, 2019 | Odometer: 116,000

1974 Porsche 911 Coupe Aubergine


The car truly is in excellent condition for it's age. The exterior still has most of it's original paint (two panels were repainted). Some would refer to the car as a survivor, yet I would say it more of a well kept and loved car from it's previous owners. The condition of the original glass, rubber seals, trim and body panels are all wonderful. The unique Aubergine (purple) paint color retails a great finish/shine with only light blemishes from normal road use and natural aging. The standard 15 inch Fuchs wheels are in unrestored and great condition. Tires are in good condition, Yokohama brand. This US market 911 is equipped with the optional fog lights. All 1974 911 came with one side mirror (driver's side), and this one was delivered with the bright finish (non painted). This car is a non-sunroof car, which increases interior headroom.

The interior on this car is very well preserved with light wear and aging. Carpet is in wonderful condition. Seats show some aging with wear on the drivers seat as well as a tear at the stitching seam. Clear lensed and working gauges. A great working vintage Blaupunkt radio (believed to be original to the car) with manual lift antenna. Climate control panel works, blowing fan and good heat. The dealer installed A/C system is complete and hooked up, but not charged. The A/C fan motor works, but we did not attempt to get the A/C working. Great condition headline. What is so nice with cars like this 911 is the clear fact that it wasn't messed with over the years. The interior on this 911 is very original outside the dark brown floor mats, a period correct floor mat, but not correct to this car. Most likely the mats were installed back when the car was newer. A set of Coco Mats would look great in this car.

Mechanically this 911 is great. Being the base model 911 in 1974, the 2.7L flat six developed 143 HP. The engine in this car is stock, and runs great with good fun performance. Over the years, the engine has received steady maintenance A few years ago the engine received a major engine out service with most of the aged seals replace during the service. Upgraded Carrera chain tensioners were also installed. Today, the engine is still very dry for a 2.7L with only light weeping. The 5-speed manual was professional gone through and serviced, and a new clutch was install during the major service. Shifts smooth through all gears.

This car is one of our favorite 911s. In our opinion, it doesn't get much better or unique. A great color and fun car to drive. Porsche cars like this are not common to come across. This is a beautiful car that deserves an owner that appreciates it's originality and condition. Being a highly original and well cared for example, I would recommend this car is more for the collector or limited used investment.

Siloam Springs, Arkansas

Apr 12, 2019 | Odometer: 49,450

1986 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe Guards Red


Offered for sale this 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo (930). COA confirms numbers-matching engine and transmission and original color of Guards Red with gold metallic Fuchs and black sport seat interior. 72k miles with a clean CarFax and no accidents.

This 930 was sold new in Augusta, Georgia, and it has remained in Georgia, South Carolina and Florida throughout its life. Very nice paint and body, and the factory-supplied gold Fuchs are a nice departure from the more commonly seen black centers. Interior shows well with sport seats in good original condition; nice crack-free dash. Headliner, door cards and carpets are likewise in good original condition. Steering wheel has been restored with new leather and subtle red stitching. Stock inside except for boost gauge in place of the factory clock and a modern stereo in the dash. A/C blows ice cold (not merely Porsche cold) thanks to recent overhaul.

Well maintained with a few upgrades that enhance performance without sacrificing driveability, including a Weltmesiter intercooler, a custom Monty exhaust and a new K27 turbo installed just last year. New clutch in 2013 at 68k miles; recent service within the last year includes a valve adjustment, shifter bushings and a new alternator. Runs and drives great; boost comes on lower and builds faster thanks to the turbo/wastegate/intercooler upgrades -- it's eminently streetable and well-manned around town but considerably faster than stock under spirited driving (it certainly took our breath away here at Motorcar Studio, which is not easy to do).

Books, tools, records and certificate of authenticity accompany the sale.

Atlanta, Georgia

Apr 10, 2019 | Odometer: 72,222

1983 Porsche 911 SC Cabriolet Guards Red


Listed for sale is a 1983 Porsche 911 SC Cabriolet in terrific condition. This air cooled cabrio spent nearly all its life on the west coast and it shows! The car shows a clean and thorough carfax/autocheck, which is available upon request.

The vehicle is in terrific mechanical condition and similarly excellent cosmetic condition.

This is a matching numbers car. These later air cooled cars were galvanized and therefore, this 911 is unbelievably rust free. It has also been garaged since day 1 from my understanding. The car started its life briefly in Massachusetts and was in California and Utah from the late 80's until a few months ago.

The car has new oil tubes installed and fresh oil. Timing chain and tensioners were done about 10K miles ago. Lots of receipts over the years. I would drive this anywhere without any worries. Zero rust and the paint is clean and looks great.

Vehicle has power windows, power mirrors, power locks, power antenna, AM/FM CD. The interior seats have no rips or tears and the convertible top is nearly new.

This was the first year of production for the 911 Cabriolet and is therefore undoubtedly a terrific investment-grade and rare vehicle. Numerous magazines and scholarly sources list the 1983 Porsche 911 SC Cabriolet as a classic that will continue to increase in desirability.

Some of the many option codes listed for this car include:

018 Sports steering wheel with elevated hub 30 mm
020 Speedometer with two scales mph-km/h
158 Cassette-radio Blaupunkt Monterey
197 Stronger battery
395 16" Fuchs forged alloy wheels, front 6" with 205/55, rear 7" with 225/50 tyres
454 Automatic speed control
455 Wheel locks
484 USA symbols and lettering for switches and instruments
533 Alarm
566 Fog lamps
577 Heated windshield

Hershey , Pennsylvania

Apr 9, 2019 | Odometer: 128,500

1982 Guards Red 911 SC Targa


1982 Porsche 911 SC Targe Super Carrera. Excellent Unolested Original Condition. 46,000 original miles. Time Capsule.

May be one of the nicest original 911 SCs in existance. Guards red, tan leather interior, air conditioned, 6 cyl 3.0 liter engine, 5 speed manual, power windows. Running beautifully.

Original window sticker, books, tools, spare (never used) and many records included, including those showing a $5k service in Dec. 2018 when the car was gone over from top to bottom by Fred Heistand Automotive, Inc., in Manheim PA, 4 new tires added, new battery, fluids changed, cam chain tensioner added, etc. The 911 was also detailed in Dec. 2018.

Meticulously maintained by Porsche mechanics and cared for by me, the same owner for past 27 years, and stored covered in a heated or cooled garage much of its life. I changed nothing on the car unless it was needed (e.g., window seals) and had it serviced as needed over the 27 years, so it is very original.

Original interior, including seats, carpet, etc.

Original paint except for the trunk lid (which was painted 20 years ago by Karroserie, Ltd., Devon PA (that does Algar Ferrarie's paint work)). The paint is in beautiful condition with no signs of rust anywhere on the car that I can find. There are no dents or dings that I can find. A few stone chips have been touched up. The 911 is not a "ten footer" - it is beautiful from any distance.

Issues that I can think of: the Blaupunkt radio turns on but does not tune a station. The automatic antenna, however, works and goes up and down when the radio is turned on and off. The alarm was disconnected years ago because it cherped when the drivers door was opened. The targa top skin has a few small cracks where the top folds but no water gets in or anything like that, and the headliner is original and needs replacing. I was going to address the top, but it works fine and I never seemed to have time to address it. The visors sagged and were replaced. I think I saved the original visors. Please do keep in mind that the 911 is 37 years old. It is not new and has been used, so there are very slight signs of wear comensorate with its care, age, mileage and use.

Potentially selling because though I love and have treasured this 911, I rarely use it and I am getting older.

Personal inspection is welcomed and encouraged.

Vero Beach, Florida

Apr 7, 2019 | Odometer: 45,975

1993 Porsche 964 RS America Grand Prix White


The Porsche 964 RS America was a special limited edition North American market car with only 701 examples being produced. While Europe received the Carrera RS along the same timeline, it was not a model that came to the United States due to federalization challenges. Through some lobbying from the Porsche Club of America, Porsche listened to the demands of the US market, and created a stripped down, lightened, and performance focused machine.

The RS America was based on the 964 C2 chassis, and then added M030 sport suspension (similar to C2 Turbo), 17” wheels, a fixed rear spoiler, RS light weight door panels, RS America badging and then deleted power steering, the rear seat, radio, and A/C system (although you could add some of that back in with the options). It was a performance oriented “RS” model, and came in at a low price $10K less than a fully equipped C2 of the same model year.

Three options are present on this Grand Prix White RS America (#416 of 701 produced) – Limited Slip Diff, Sunroof, and A/C. Originally a radio delete car, a correct Porsche CR-1 radio was added (all RS America cars were prepped for radio from the factory with door speakers, windshield antenna, and amplifier – all you needed to do was add the deck), and is easy to remove as desired.

Assembled in November 1992 for the 1993 model year, our car here has had four owners from new. The original owner purchased the car in 1993 and held onto the car until 2000, where the 2nd owner went on for another 9 years of enjoyable use showing 57K miles in 2009 per the documentation. The third owner acquired the car from the 2nd owner via PCA membership and knowing each other at PCA driving events. The most recent owner acquired the car in January 2017 and has continued the service and record keeping duties going for the car while exercising it regularly.

The paint is original on all surfaces other than the front bumper cover that was recently resprayed to address rock chips. There is a minor scuffing on the lower black front spoiler from the occasional driveway. Glass is all original, other than the windshield. The engine bay is quite tidy, as is the front trunk area when you remove the carpet – it looks factory fresh.

With 78K miles showing on the clock, this RS America has no current mechanical needs and drives wonderfully. There are two great modifications from stock that help in this area as well – Bilstein PSS10 coilovers, and Turbo brakes. It takes an already focused machine and puts the exclamation point at the end of that sentence.

Michelin Pilot Sport tires are in excellent condition all around and fitted in 2017 along with an alignment. A compression check was completed in May 2017 at 66k miles and shows consistently at 4-5% across all 6 cylinders. Recent oil change and valve adjustment service completed at 78,600 miles, along with a fuel filter and brake/clutch fluid exchange in mid-2017.

This RS America is offered for sale with original books, window sticker, spare tire, tools, and a large folder of receipts.

Issaquah, Washington

Apr 3, 2019 | Odometer: 78,000

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa Sapphire Blue Barn Find


The proverbial ‘Barn Car’ has been sitting in my barn under a fleece-lined canvas car cover since 2007

I don’t really want to sell it but I’m starting a new business and need the seed capital. That’s the only reason I’m asking such a modest amount for this gem. Otherwise I’d keep it for my daughters to bag in about 15 years…

Here are the vitals:

• 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa top
• Located in Bezanson, Alberta
• Hasn’t seen a drop of rain since 2006 guaranteed, and since 1984 if we can believe the guy who sold it to me in 2006…
• 216,000 original miles, original motor and transmission
• All Numbers Matching
• Service records going all the way back to Huey Lewis and the News
• US car (NM), imported to Canada in 2006
• New clutch in 2007
• 3 owner car – Second owner had it for about 3 months. Current owner is me, since 2006!
• Original paint-Sapphire-Blue Metallic, paint (slightly) shows its age but is really quite lovely, especially considering that it is a 35 year old automobile
• Blowing a bit of blue; seals are dried out from living in the barn, but compression is well within specs on all cylinders
• Interior is uber clean
o All glass is pristine
o Electric windows
o Power brakes
o Cruise
o Blue leather
o Bucket seats
o No mice
o Dash is cracked in a couple of places
o Smells good, not musty
• All body gaps are good
• Limited slip differential
• Transmission cooler
• Newer tires and battery
• Spare parts:
o Brake pads and rotors
o Alternator
• Clean Alberta title, currently registered
• New Porsche key with light
• Owner and shop manuals included
• 930 wheels (Chrome), rubber is in good condition, plenty of wear left
• Targa top in mint condition, headliner has no tears or creases
• Factory tool kit, tire pump, tow hooks
• Runs and drives great.
• Transmission shifts properly, synchros are good
• No rust, engine pan is good
• Factory A/C unit, needs a charge
• Heater and fan work very well
• Factory Blaupunkt cassette deck
o works well
o Electric aerial works
• Gauges all work properly
• Great feeling car whether zipping along at 30 or 130!

Bezanson, Alberta

Apr 3, 2019 | Odometer: 216,000

1991 Porsche 964 Turbo Coupe Polar Silver


The 964 Generation of the 911 is often regarded as the most beautiful and for good reason. The removal of the US impact bumpers that Porsche adopted to meet safety regulations in 1974 had made for a beautiful and aerodynamic improvement when they were eschewed in favor of the body colored and molded bumpers of the new 964's in 1989. The turbo is even more thrilling to look at with their wide hips and shoulders; almost an old Coke Bottle design.

The refinement is more than skin deep. Although retaining the 3.3 litre Single-Turbocharged and Inter-cooled engine, the motor now makes 315 bhp. The transmission is the familiar and improved G50 / Borg Warner Synchromesh gearbox. The car now rides on tradition spring and shocks at all four corners doing away with the old torsion bar set up.

The car we have here is a real gem. Painted from the factory in a gorgeous Polar Silver with Black full leather interior; it is a site to behold! This car also comes with the stunning and rare 18'' staggered width ''Speedline for Porsche'' three piece wheels. These are the very same wheels that would later be standard equipment on the 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6. This car also has been further enhanced by Bilstein PSS10 Coil-Over Suspension. You can really see from the photos how this 911 ''sits''. The ride is perhaps just a bit more firm than the stock set up but will offer even more grip in the corners without really sacrificing the ride quality. We do not have the original equipment wheels or suspension.

For a rare car with tremendous visual appeal and some incredible driving enhancements, this '91 Turbo is a super value. The 964 generation of the 911 have been steadily improving in value; the Turbos even more so. There really could not be a more fun Porsche to spend time behind the wheel with.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Apr 1, 2019 | Odometer: 23,702

1996 Porsche 993 Carrera 4S Coupe Polar Silver COA


On offer is a 1996 Porsche Carrera 4S coupe, chassis number WP0AA2996TS322892, original engine number 64T04702, having traveled approximately 61,000 miles from new. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms this example remains finished in its desirable, factory assigned color combination (Polar Silver Metallic “A8” exterior, Classic Grey interior). This is an extremely rare specification C4S that is thoroughly equipped with a series of exclusive options. One will immediately notice the front and rear factory Aerokit Turbo II spoilers giving the illusion that this C4S is a Turbo.

Entering the cabin, one will find many more unique and desirable options. This example is also equipped with painted hard-back electric sport seats and carbon/aluminum shifter and brake handle. Other options include rear wiper, 4 rim caps with Porsche crest, HiFi sound system, AM/FM radio with cassette player, and 6-disc remote CD changer.

The paint on this C4S would fall in the category of “very nice driver quality.” It remains in its original color and presents handsomely, lacking any significant blemishes. The faults that one would notice during a close inspection all fall in the realm of what one would expect with a 61k mile example. Localized on the front nose, bumper, and lower lip area are a series of stone chips, minor-light scratches, and mild marks of use but nothing of a severity that would warrant immediate refinishing. On the rear spoiler is about a 4” hairline crack in the paint due to flexing/vibrations during road use. The body of this C4S has a consistent finish from panel to panel, also possessing a nice shine.

Looking over the glass, rubber components, and exterior trim items, everything presents in tandem with an example with similar mileage or better in many respects. The painted wheels have incurred no severe curb rash with the worst blemish being a peanut size paint chip at the edge of the passenger front wheel. The tires have ample tread life left and no cracking or dry rot.

The interior of this example shows beautifully- the painted hard back sports seats having faired very well over the years. There is no significant bolster wear, inconsistencies in the finish or damage to the original leather. The leather wrapped door panels, dash, rear bulkhead, and center console all present phenomenally and have no notable inconsistencies. Glancing down at the grey rugs, they have clearly been well-kept and the rear seats, as with most air-cooled Porsches, look almost new as they have seen little to no use. The electric window switches, gauges, knobs, and related systems all functional without fault. In short, the cabin of this example is cosmetically superior, especially when considering the miles.

Pontiac, Michigan

Apr 1, 2019 | Odometer: 61,000

1983 Porsche 911 SC Targa Red


This a great opportunity to get a Low mileage Porsche 911 SC 3.0 wide body, ones of better classic sport car made ! No other door opens with the same mechanical and deliberate sound like a classic 911 does . Enthusiasts turn around when they hear that iconic 'pop' (yes it sounds crazy, but true.) And when people look, they will see a black interior just as nice as the exterior. You sit down in the German engineered bucket seat and grab the 911's three-spoke steering wheel. Porsche's race-ready sensibilities means the tachometer is directly in front of the driver. The rest of the instruments surround this in their own clearly marked pods to give you a comprehensive view of what's going on with the engine. While this 911 is obviously a driver's car, it doesn't skip on comfortable features. This includes power windows, power seats, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. But let's face it, the interior piece that you'll always love the best is the Targa top that allows you to remove the entire roof in a matter of moments.
The air-cooled Porsches have one of the unique sounds in performance cars, and this one has been invested in to make sure it continues the tradition. The 3.0-liter fuel-injected flat-six motor is fresh from a tune up ,So you know that you are buying a solid example of German engineering with many pages of record (services and repairs. Made. ) Porsche always made sure that driving a vintage 911 would be a memorable and rewarding experience for those who knew how really drive it right. That can be felt in every piece from the five-speed manual transmission, to the rack and pinion steering, to the upgraded four-wheel disc brakes.

Overall, this car is a great looking and performing Porsche! It has the looks, it has the stance and it surely has the performance to back up the brand!
The vehicle looks absolutly great for its age and mileage. The paint is deep and glossy (some small chips from small rocks) no rust solid car. Clean car fax no accidents .The interior shows very good The material looks clean. The dash and door panels are in good shape. The dash has no cracking as was common in these vehicles. The mechanicals and electronics appear to function very good. This vehicle was recently serviced. Runs and drive really good as supposed be a 1983 car. You can enjoy and relax with this classic car knowing it is a good investment the car value is going up every year.

It's hard not to fall in love with a Porsche 911. But when you get a targa top, fuch wheels and good take care car, this burgundy angel is irresistible.

Long Island, New York

Mar 30, 2019 | Odometer: 72,300

1996 Arctic Silver 993 Carrera Targa


Up for sale this week at Canyon State Classics is a Very Clean and Low Mileage 1996 Porsche 911 993 Carrera Targa. This 3-owner, life long California car is certified carfax clean. Its brought to you in Artic Silver on Black Pleated leather. The Carrera Targa is very special in that only a little over 1,000 examples came to the US during its 3 year production. Don't miss your chance to own a very hard to find Porsche ready to join any of the finest collections in the world. This is sure to be a fast rising future collectible!

The following is a list of options as this Carrera is currently equipped: - 3.6L 285hp Vario-Ram 6-Cyl. - 6-Speed Manual Transmission - 4 Wheel Brembo Disc Brakes (Standard) - 18" Porsche 2-Piece Wheels (Targa Only Equipped) - Climate Control (Standard) - Optional Speed Control (Code 454) - Power Targa Glass Roof - Dual 8 Way Heated Seats w/ Pleated Leather - Power windows (Standard) - Power mirrors (Option Code 398) - Upgraded Sound System (Option Code 490) - Becker Am/Fm CD (Option Code 686)

This Porsche's classic factory Arctic Silver paint is gorgeous and was just fully buffed and hand waxed. The body on the car is laser straight, and does not have even a single door ding. The car is arrow straight and is Carfax and Autocheck certified to have never been in an accident. The car meters in factory specifications throughout the car and has never had sheet metal damage. This 911 has always been garage kept and pampered its entire life and really shows. The car is riding on its original factory ordered Porsche 18" Staggered "Multipiece" wheels. They are all in great condition with zero curb rash of any kind and are wrapped in fresh performance tires only a few years old. The beautiful black leather interior is all correct and looks great.

The fresh German leather seats are in amazing shape with no scuffs or deep ware lines. Everything works in the car.. lights, gauges, radio, seats, windows, locks, a/c blows ice cold, etc. The speakers are Factory Porsche HiFi units and sound perfect with the upgraded CD Player. The car will also include 1 key, 1 remote, owners manual, tool kit, spare, jack, and original tire inflator as well.

Mechanically, this Porsche is in great condition and runs and drives great. It has very healthy and very quick. This car boasts 285bhp and flys 0-60 in 5.7 sec with a top speed of 168mph! This is the first year for the Vario-Ram technology in the 993. The car has a very strong 6-Speed manual transmission that shifts perfect, and this beauty will take any road you can throw at it. The car has just been serviced at an authorized Porsche service center with Mobil 1 and was given a clean bill of health. This car is very clean under the hood and really shows how its previous owner took excellent care of it. The A/C blows ice cold and the heat works as it should. This car is ready to go!

The exterior of this Carrera is stunning in Silver with Supple Black Leather interior and that sexy glass top and is definitely the most desired color combination for the 911. This car is an excellent value and is a lot of car for the money, and with these well serviced cant go wrong. These aircooled Porsches are going up faster than any investment you can put your money away in, so enjoy your saving while making an assured profit on this 911! This car has a clean Arizona title and clean Carfax and Autocheck.

Tempe, Arizona

Mar 29, 2019 | Odometer: 91,000

1991 Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Coupe Black


This 2 owner 1991 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe is finished in black over a black leather interior and was with its previous owner for 27 years prior to our recent acquisition. Power comes from a 3.6L flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle, and the car has remained completely original aside from the sound system. Recent maintenance included new pads and rotors, replacing various fluids & filters, spark plugs, new windshield wiper blades, front hood and rear decklid support struts,and more. Now showing just over 106k miles, this 964 is offered with service records dating back to 2002, a stamped factory service booklet, a factory owners manual & leather binder, a clean Carfax and a clear Title.

The black finish is shown from several angles in the gallery section. Some cracking is noted on the front driver's fender below the headlight and various rock chips can be seen on the front of the hood as detailed in the gallery. Paint meter readings are consistent with factory original paint. The provided Carfax report is free of accidents or other damage.

A set of original factory D90 16in wheels wear newer Yokohama Advan S4 performance tires all around. Recent work included replacing the rotors and pads all around, alignment and corner balance, sway bar links, as well as a new brake pressure switch and relay. This particular 964 is optioned with partial-leather, which covers the seats, door panels, center console, and dashboard. The black interior features powered seats, powered windows, power sunroof, power mirrors, and an Eclipse head unit. Service receipts from Porsche Minneapolis show a recent repair of the driver's side seat motor. The air conditioning and heating system was recently serviced and are in good working condition. The odometer shows just over 106k miles, about 92K of which were added by the previous owner.

The 3.6L M64 flat-six was factory-rated at 250 horsepower and 228 lb-ft of torque when new. The G50 5-speed manual transaxle shifts smoothly with no grinding or issues. Servicing conducted within the last 2k miles under previous ownership included new breather valve seals, replacing the engine air duct, while more recent work included changing various fluids and filters, and installing a new dme relay. The factory manuals are included, as well as a stamped service booklet. Factory options code are as follows:

437 - Comfort seat, left, electrical height adjustment
454 - Automatic speed control
494 - Additional Amplifier
650 - Electric Sliding Roof
980 - Seat cover - draped leather

Miami, Florida

Mar 29, 2019 | Odometer: 106,082

1968 Porsche 911 Coupe Irish Green


This particular 1968 Porsche 911 is a numbers-matching example according to the included Porsche COA. It is finished in factory colors of Irish Green (6806) over Black Leatherette. Production completion date is listed as 10/20/1967 and it was well equipped from the factory including Wood Steering Wheel, Koni Shock Absorbers, Loudspeaker, Talbot style exterior mirror on the left, ventilated chrome wheels, and Pirelli Tires (165/15).

Not much is known on the early history of the car but the current owner purchased the 911 out of the Pacific Northwest area approximately 5 years ago. During their custodianship, the current owner completed photo documented work to the engine, body, and components of the vehicle. A new coating of Irish Green Paint was skillfully laid down on the exterior of the car while keeping the interior in its nice original condition. All parts used in refreshing this car were either original or NOS.

A complete top end rebuild was completed but the case was not split so it does leak a bit. The suspension and brake systems were gone through and all new parts were used in refreshing these two systems. Koni shocks were placed on all four corners and GTV6 Brembo front calipers were added. An alignment was completed and the pedal box was gone over as well.

The car is currently completely rust free and the front pan and battery box were professionally replaced in the proper manner which includes drilling out the old spot welds and spot welding the new body pieces in place. The car currently wears properly date coded 5.5-inch fuch wheels instead of the steel ventilated chrome wheels indicated on the COA although the spare is of the correct type.

Overall this car has been thoroughly gone through and anything that needed refreshing was taken care of. Currently, the car needs nothing and is ready to be thoroughly enjoyed.

Included with the sale of this car is the COA, books, tools, and the spare.

Pontiac, Michigan

Mar 28, 2019 | Odometer: Not Provided

1983 Porsche 911 SC RS Rothmans Rally Tribute Livery


1983 SCRS Rothmans Rally: Based on the 911 SC RS Rothmans Car, which was born out of the need to provide Porsche Group B racecar. The SCRS was based on the earlier 3-litre SC. To satisfy FIA homologation requirements, 20 cars had to be produced, five being assigned to race and the rest sold on as 'Special Edition' road cars.

We had a 1983 911SC that was in need of a full restoration. We came up with building one of our favorite cars, the Rothman East African Safari 911SCRS. By sourcing some of the best to help assist us in the build, this is our finial product. Running the matching numbers drivetrain: 3.0 Engine rebuilt by: Martins Classic Cars Huntsville, AL Cams by: Dougherty Camshafts, Special Grind Race Cams for this set up. Heads by: Ollies Engineering, Ported and Polished 46mm PMO's Lightweight Clutch kit 930 Trans Resealed Half shafts sent out and Built for Tires and HP Custom Race Tank Skid plate built to match the factory built skid plate, built by: Accurate Tool and Die Madison, AL Front Oil Cooler by: TRE Body: The body was sent to Vintage Auto Craft in Nashville, TN, where master mind and Pebble Beach / Amelia Island Concours Winning Painter (Tim Marinos) started.

He stripped the car from its state of being in a field for the past 20 years. Using our pictures and measurements from the original Rothmans 911SCRS, he laid down some of the best paint with each stripe painted. He custom fabricated the front oil cooler using the factory front bumper. Sourcing the rear lightweight Porsche wing and molding it to the factory deck lid. Going with custom metal work where the crash bumpers inserts were. Hella Custom Baja 4 light Pod By: TRE Graphics By: Freddie Louis Auto Accessories Huntsville, AL Wheels: Factory 16 Fuchs painted. Tires are Snow and Ice Tread Suspension: Custom made Bilstein Coil overs By: TRE Brakes: Bremtek Racing.

*NOTE: The miles since the build date are estimate to be 100 miles. The miles shown on the odometer of this car are believed to be accurate, yet we do not have sufficient documentation to prove such explicitly, thus this car will be sold TMU (True Miles Unknown). Feel free to call or text any questions.

Florence, Alabama

Mar 26, 2019 | Odometer: 100

1977 Porsche 911 Targa Oak Green Metallic


Offering for your consideration this very rare 1977 Porsche 911 Euro Carrera 3.0L Targa. The Carrera 3.0 were built between 1976-1977 for the European Market only. The other models in the 911 line up the standard 911 with a 2.7 liter engine and the 911/930 Turbo.

The Carrera 3.0 has an evolution of the 930 engine but naturally aspirated.
During its short two year life span, only 3687 Carrera 3.0 liter cars were built and this one is only one of 365 LHD Targa cars made in 1977. Factory LHD with the original matching numbers motor and trans are still with it and showing 130k km witch is about only 76,000 miles

Our 911 is finished in Oak Green Metallic exterior and interior to sample green. This green/green combination was a favorite and used always by Ferdinand Porsche in his personal cars. This Euro Carrera 3.0 has incredible vintage street presence. It is rust free and very well preserved. Body lines are super straight with no evidence of any accidents and floors are solid as seen in photos.

The interior is in very good overall condition. the green door panels show well dash has some minor warping, which is normal on these older 911's. Driver seat has a small cut in the seam as seen in photos. Other than this all seats inside are in clean condition not worn out and very comfortable to go long distances in.

Engine is in good running condition. The power band is very linear and it pulls through the gears effortlessly. Clutch is soft and very easy to drive. Transmission does not grind going into any gear and does not suffer from any pop outs. Synchros are super smooth.

Options including:
- Power windows
- Rear window wiper
- Interior to sample

Miami, Florida

Mar 25, 2019 | Odometer: 76,000

1970 Porsche 914-6 Silver #9140432458


Five (5) owners, originally delivered to Harold Lamb Jr. on January 19, 1971, from Bill Yates Inc. in San Juan Capistrano, California. 1980-1986, the 914 had two more owners, both in California. In 1987, the fourth owner took possession of the vehicle and made various enhancements over three decades. The 914-6 has also been shown at several Concours in the San Diego region. In 1989, 1st in class, in 1992, 1st in class. 25 years later the current owner has enjoyed this 914-6 which is still in amazing condition!

California car, very straight, rust-free with excellent gaps and panel fit. Finished in the original factory color combination Silver Metallic with Black leatherette upholstery. The interior is original with some patina for its age. Mechanically, is in very good condition, matching 2.0L flat-six engine, a smooth shifting 5-speed manual transmission and four-wheel disc brakes. Complete with original tool kit, spare tire, documentation from 1971-2004, original maintenance record book, spare key, and original owner's manual. A great opportunity to acquire an outstanding 914-6.


Porsche's 914-6 variant featured a carbureted 110 bhp (82 kW; 112 PS) 2.0 L flat-6 engine from the 1969 911T, placed amidships in front of a version of the 1969 911's ''901'' gearbox configured for a mid-engine sports car. Karmann manufactured the rolling chassis at their plant, completing Volkswagen production in-house or delivering versions to Porsche for their final assembly. The 914-6 models used lower gear ratios and high brake gearing in order to try to overcome the greater weight of the six-cylinder engine along with higher power output. They also featured five-lug wheels and an ignition on the left side of the steering wheel. Suspension and handling were otherwise mostly the same.

Costa Mesa, California

Mar 23, 2019 | Odometer: 75,081

1980 Porsche 911 SC Weissach Black Metallic


One of only four hundred 1980 911 SC Weissachs produced. This special edition was produced in honor of the men of Weissach who made this series what it is, and to satisfy the needs of the most demanding sports car enthusiast. Available in only 2 colors, Platinum Metallic and Black Metallic both with Doric Grey Leather made them extremely distinguishable between other 911's of the era. With its distinctive forged alloy wheels finished in Platinum Metallic, front and rear spoilers, sport seats and sport shocks make this special edition unique unto itself and a real collectable air-cooled Porsche that fits nicely into any enthusiast collection.

This particular Porsche is a four owner car with invoices confirming the last three owners as far back as 1989. It has a mere 59,612 miles on it. The interior remains all original except for the recovered dash top finished in the correct factory leather. All other panels, headliner, seats and carpets are original. The exterior has been repainted to correct some peeling clear coat issues with a glass out respray in its original color to give it a fresh look. The wheels have also been recently refinished with a polished lip and the correct Platinum Metallic centers. The car is outfitted with upgraded euro H4 headlights and wears euro front and rear bumpers. The original US bumpers/reflectors/tail lights are included. Also included are the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, original tool kit, owners manual, service book and sales brochure.

Mechanically the car runs outstanding! In 1990, it had Porsche Turbo timing chain tensioners and guides installed which is the appropriate update for these cars. There are additional service records included with the car that show minimal items that have been serviced over the years. The most recent in January 2019 with all four valve cover gaskets replaced, new spark plugs, fresh oil change and filter service along with a few other miscellaneous items replaced.

Labanon, New Jersey

Mar 23, 2019 | Odometer: 59,612

2009 Porsche 911 Racing Green


Extra Clean, GREAT MILES 37,839! $7,300 below Kelley Blue Book! Carrera S trim. Sunroof, Premium Sound System, Brake Actuated Limited Slip Differential, 7-SPEED PORSCHE DOPELKUPPLUNG (PDK) A..., Alloy Wheels.

This 911 is priced $7,300 below Kelley Blue Book.

Premium Sound System, Brake Actuated Limited Slip Differential. Rear Spoiler, MP3 Player, Sunroof, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Entry, Alarm, Electronic Stability Control.

7-SPEED PORSCHE DOPELKUPPLUNG (PDK) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION: double clutch transmission w/manual steering wheel speedshift. Porsche Carrera S with Porsche Racing Green Metallic exterior and Sand Beige interior features a Flat 6 Cylinder Engine with 385 HP at 6600 RPM*. .

19" x 11" rear Carrera S II aluminum wheels
19" x 8" front Carrera S II aluminum wheels
Automatic extending rear spoiler
Bi-xenon headlights -inc: headlight leveling, washers, welcome home function
Black brake calipers
Front air dam w/black intakes
Full underbody paneling
LED lights -inc: tail lights, brake lights
P235/35ZR19 summer high performance front tires
P295/30ZR19 summer high performance rear tires
Pwr heated mirrors w/memory
Pwr sunroof
Rain-sensing front wipers -inc: heated washer nozzles
2 + 2 Seating
3-spoke leather-wrapped tilt/telescopic steering wheel
9-speaker sound system w/235-watts
Alarm system
Anti-theft system
Automatic climate control -inc: active carbon filter
Auxiliary pwr outlet
Cruise control
Dual front cup holders
HomeLink system
Illuminated door entry guards w/model logo
Illuminated visor vanity mirrors
Keyless entry
Leather-wrapped gear lever & handbrake
PCM -inc: 6.5" screen w/touch controls, AM/FM stereo w/CD/DVD/MP3 player, on-board computer
Pwr front bucket seats w/adjustable lumbar
Pwr windows -inc: auto up/down, anti-jamming feature
Rear window defogger
Split-folding rear seats
3.8L horizontally-opposed DOHC DI 24V 6-cyl engine -inc: dry sump lubrication, oil cooler
Double inertia flywheel
Front/rear stabilizer bars
Porsche active suspension management system (PASM) -inc: 10mm ride height reduction
Pwr 4-wheel vented disc brakes -inc: 4-piston front/rear monobloc brake calipers
Pwr rack & pinion steering
Rear wheel drive
Stainless steel exhaust system -inc: 2-dual brushed steel tail pipes
Vario-Cam Plus variable valve timing system
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Automatic brake differential (ABD)
Child seat anchorage prep (ISOFIX) on passenger side -inc: airbag de-activation switch
Driver & front passenger airbags -inc: front passenger on/off switch
Front seatbelt pretensioners -inc: belt-force limitation
LED daytime running lights
Porsche side impact protection system (POSIP)
Porsche Stability Management (PSM)
Side curtain airbags
Side-impact airbags
Tire pressure monitoring system
Traction control

Orlando, FL

Mar 22, 2019 | Odometer: 37,952

1969 Porsche 912 Black


This 1969 Porsche 912 is a partially restored example with receipts showing over $25k in service. Rivero Auto Interiors was commissioned for interior work while Vertex Automotive rebuilt the matching numbers 1.6-liter flat-four and 5-speed manual transmission, as well as several other mechanical repairs detailed below. The seller has added 1,742 miles since completing the restoration of the 912, which is now offered with its original carburetors, original headlights, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, service records, a clean Carfax, and a clear California title in the seller's name. The car can be enjoyed as is or can be restored to its original Ivory and be a concurs quality car. Similar examples have been demanding $60-$70K.

This 912 was acquired by the seller approximately two years ago. It is finished in Black and powered by a numbers-matching 1,600cc flat-four paired with a factory optioned 5-speed dogleg manual transaxle. Alterations include original 14" Fuchs wheels, upgraded H4 headlights, Weber carburetors, and a period correct Bluetooth head unit. Improvements made during the seller's ownership consisted of an original engine lid grill, door seals, hood seal, valve adjustment, rebuilt starter, rebuilt CV axels, and more as detailed below.

A driver-quality repaint in Black was carried out years prior to the seller's ownership, and it is showing its age with cracking and chips as detailed in the gallery below.

Original 14" Fuchs with Michelin tires are mounted and photos in the gallery show condition of wheels and the tire tread. New brake parts include all four discs, brake hoses, the brake master cylinder, rebuilt brake calipers, and the fluid reservoir.

New leather upholstery in black was sourced for the dash, while the front and rear seats remain original. The restored factory white perforated headliner spans the ceiling, while new carpet and Coco Mats cover the floor. A modern Retro Sound head unit with Bluetooth has been fitted. The trunk carpet was replaced and a new battery was installed with upgraded connecting terminals.

The five VDO gauges all appear to be original and are all working properly. The original steering wheel has been maintained and is in great condition. The five digit odometer now shows 96,016 miles

Both the 1.6-liter M616/40 flat-four and 5-speed manual transmission were rebuilt by Vertex Auto for $12,279. The cylinder heads were rebuilt, both the camshaft and crankshaft were reground, and heat exchanges were fitted with new J pipes.

Miami, Florida

Mar 21, 2019 | Odometer: 96,003

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Black


Posting my mint condition 1984 Carrera 911.

A great car in great working condition. This car is at least a 9/10 in every category (exterior, interior, performance, reliability, ...)

Extremely rare color combination (Black Exterior / Camel Interior (leather interior to sample/99 - see certificate of authenticity)), and in a great condition. Leather is soft with no tears. Everything works. All major work done recently, including new tires, battery, valve adjustment, transmission, service and break service.

Car needs nothing. A garage queen. Only driven on nice days. Never raced, not driven in snow or rain, always garaged. Previous owner was a family member. We owned the car for past 6+ years. We are the third owners. Low millage traceable through car fax reporting iterations back to 1990.

I bought the car and had kids shortly thereafter, so it is rarely driven and I'm looking for something more practical (no trades).

Car is immaculate, no weird stuff, no weird vibrations, no electrical issues, or abnormal noises, all electronics work, all gauges work. No hanging/loose wires.

Original owner put in radio system, amplifier, and sound proofed the floor. I have used the radio once when purchasing the car and never turn it on (but works very well).

A few very very very minor blemishes: dashboard has a slight warp (Cali car), very few rock chips(patina) on hood and bumper, and passenger seat has very faint discolored area (~4 inch diameter - see pic). Otherwise car is in fantastic shape. I took paint meter and went through the entire car. Paint measured between 6-7mm throughout the car, except for the hood. I believe the hood has been sprayed sometime in its life. See pic of Certificate of Authenticity for list of options that came with the car:

The car has dual power mirrors, power sunroof, air conditioning, power mirrors, foglights, rear defroster, power windows. In addition, it has the following factory options: 158 Radio "Monterey" 86 Reno (since has been replaced with modern sound system) 395 Light metal wheels- Forged Fuchs 473 With spoilers (front and rear factory spoilers) 474 Sport shock absorbers (Bilstien) 650 Sunroof.

Additionally, original owner added these additional features, power door locks with keyless entry and alarm system, hand painted wheel center caps, European headlight assemblies, "Shark Fins" stone guards, Carrera floor mats, Am/Fm Cd Player Kenwood, (Sirius, Ipod ready) JL Audio Amplifier with Polk Audio Speakers and power antenna. This car was previously owned and lovingly cared for by a local San Diego PCA member.

Other services done before I bought the car (as advertised by the Cali dealer): new front hood shocks, new engine lid shocks, new engine sound pad, repaired wiper washers, recharged air conditioning with freon, shifter bushings, changed transmission gear oil with Redline synthetic gear oil, 30,000 mile Service, new spark plugs, air filter, fuel filter, oil filter, engine oil, compression test, valve adjustment, valve cover gaskets, belts, set ignition timing, smog test, steem- cleaned compete undercarraige of road grime, complete vehicle detail.

Would like to see this car go to a good local home. No trades or cash/services combinations. Call or text, happy to provide more info. Responsive after 6 pm.

Vienna, Virginia

Mar 20, 2019 | Odometer: 39,000

1995 Porsche 993 Guards Red


I have invested over $30k restoring a very nice low mile 993, to the point where it looks like it did driving off the showroom floor. Don't buy a low mile one that sat in a garage and will need work soon. This has under 5k miles on all important features, under 1k on most items. It is basically all brand new. 18" Turbo twist wheels without a scratch. Also have factory 17's. 6 speed manual. It doesn't get more right.

Complete top end rebuild at 82k done the right way by a pro (had the soft alloy factory valve guides that oval out):
Sachs clutch, Dual Mass Flywheel
Rebuilt heads
SS exhaust valves
New stronger guides
Ring set
Valve adjusters
Timing Pins
Clutch kit
Fuel Injectors
Spark Plugs
4 Bilstein racing struts
H and R lowering springs
New rotors and brake pads
Secondary air injection cleaned like new

at 85k
New convertible top
New interior carpet
New front boot carpet
New pioneer bluetooth top of line "audiophile" CD stereo w/ punch amplifier, and infinity speakers: all professionally installed and basically invisible.
Replaced unused lighter with 2 usb chargers
New Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires
New body gasket kit
New headlights, tail lights, fog lights (wanted the clear un-yellowed look)

at 86k
New clutch master cylinder
New clutch slave cylinder
New clutch hydraulic hoses
Oil & Filter change
Timing chain cover gasket
New floor mats

Hurry, first air cooled Porsche head to see it will buy! I've replaced the window switches, the gear shift leather, the pedal pads, you name it. The entire car looks brand new. Literally a 6 inch stack of receipts.

Seattle, Washington

Mar 19, 2019 | Odometer: 87,402

1987 Porsche 911 Guards Red


This 3 owner 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe is finished in Indischrot Red over Black leather and shows 132,229 miles. The car was purchased new in Buffalo NY where it resided until 1992. It's second owner moved the car to North Carolina and maintained ownership for over 13 years and 60k miles before selling it to family friend who was also in NC. The last owner has added just over 25,000 miles in 13 years. Only using the car for the occasional drive and always garage kept. This is a great example of a rare G50 model 911 that has been extremely well taken care of and kept all original. A detail service was completed in November that include an oil change, replacement air & fuel filters, A/C service, belts, and new hood & deck shocks.

Power comes from a numbers-matching 3.2-liter flat-six paired with a G50 5-speed transaxle. Factory options include an electric sliding sunroof, cruise control, locking differential, sport shock absorbers, and 16" Fuchs forged alloy wheels.This 3.2 Carrera is now being offered with its original owners manual, spare key, a binder with service records dating back to 1996, original tool kit, spare tire, factory jack, a clean Carfax, and a clear title.

In preparation for the sale, the car received a professional glass out respray of the front bumper, hood, passenger fender, passenger door, and side-view mirrors to correct all rock chips, scratches, and dings. All other panels are original paint retain a glorious high shine comparable to the new paint. A thorough visual inspection of the car shows no signs of rust or any significant blemishes anywhere on this vehicle. All the rubbers and weatherstripping are in excellent condition showing very little wear, and all the glass around the car is free of scratches or chips.

This Carrera is equipped with factory-optional 16" Fuchs forged alloy wheels. All of the wheels are in very good condition. Each corner is detailed up-close in the gallery, and a walk-around video is shown below.

The all black interior is in near pristine condition . All the seats are original and show very well. The dash has no crack, fading, scratches, or rips. The carpet is original and in good condition, only carpet wear that can be found is in the driver's side dead pedal area. All electrical items are fully functional including the sunroof, windows, locks, wipers, power mirrors, power locks, windshield washer, turn signal, headlights, dome lights and climate controls. All gauges are functioning and all gauge lenses are clear of fog and imperfections. The factory radio has been replaced with a Pioneer radio.

The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage are recorded and consistent odometer readings are shown throughout the life of the vehicle.

Factory Options Include:
220 - Locking Differential 40%
395 - 16" Fuchs Forged Alloy Wheels
424 - Automatic Heating Control
454 - Automatic Speed Control
474 - Sports Shock Absorbers
650 - Sun-Moon-Roof

Miami, Florida

Mar 19, 2019 | Odometer: 132,229

1987 Porsche 911 Targa Indischrot Red


This 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa is finished in red over black leather and is equipped with a matching number rear-mounted 3.2L flat-six paired with a G50 5-speed manual transaxle. This two owner car was purchased new in Bellevue, WA where it remained with the original owner for 18 years until 1991, and sold to the 2nd owner with approximately 111K miles. The 2nd and current owner moved the car to Carnation, WA and added about 33K miles in 11 years of ownership. This G50 Targa now shows just over 144k miles, and is great example of a very well maintained G50 driver that needs absolutely nothing except a new owner.

Document service work during the last 10k miles included a service to the a/c system, a new a/c receiver dryer, a valve adjustment, the installation of new ignition starter, rebuilt rear brake calipers, steering column bearing, turn signal switch, air filter, oil filter, valve cover gaskets, spark plugs, alternator belt, DME relay, distributor cap & rotor, and more. A receipt dated June 2010 show a restoration of the Targa top.

The body is finished in Indischrot Red (L80K), and can be viewed close-up from various angles in the galley below. Noted imperfections include some small rock chips on the front bumper, and a few light swirl marks in the paint. Otherwise, the exterior is flawless and free of any rust or accidents. No accidents or other damage can be seen or are noted on the included Carfax report. This example is equipped with factory sport seats, sport shock absorbers, central locking system, and more. The targa top is in excellent condition and seals perfectly. Two original targa top tools are included in the sale.

Staggered-width 16? Fuchs wheels with black centers wear Toyo Proxes tires and were professionally reconditioned in preparation for the sale, at which point new lug nuts and center caps were also installed.

Trimmed in black leather, the interior is equipped with a factory 4-spoke steering wheel and shifter. The dash is free of cracks and any major blemish. 144k miles are shown on the 6-digit odometer. All of the seats are original and in very good condition. A small 3 inch repair is noted on the driver's seat booster.

This 911 Targa Carrera is now being offed with its original owners manual & maintenance book in it's original Porsche binder, service documents dating back to 2010, an original spare tire & jack, 2 targa top tools, 2 sets of keys, a clean car fax and a clear title.

Factory Options Include:

220 - Locking Differential 40%
341 - Central Locking System
395 - 16" Fuchs Forged Alloy Wheels
438 - 8 way electric seat (Drivers)
454 - Automatic Speed Control
474 - Sport Shock Absorbers

Miami, Florida

Mar 19, 2019 | Odometer: 144,124

1970 Porsche 911 E Conda Green


This Conda Green over black leatherette 911 E coupe was ordered with optional Fuchs five-spoke alloy wheels,​ a rear exhaust apron,​ and U.S. Equipment,​ which normally included sealed-beam headlamps,​ a speedometer in miles per hour,​ and front and rear lighting that met DOT regulations.

With the odometer showing just over 77,​000 miles,​ the owner commissioned a mechanical freshening of the original and numbers-matching 2.2-liter boxer-six engine and installation of the later Carrera chain-tensioner kit,​ an upgrade almost universally adopted by owners of early 911s.

In 2006 sold this 911 E to an Idaho collector who in turn resold the car in early 2014. This 911 E's original self-leveling Boge hydro-pneumatic front suspension has been replaced with the front struts from a 911 S to improve handling,​ a common upgrade,​ along with a 911 S front anti-roll bar. This car has also been fitted with bumper guards,​ stainless rocker panel covers,​ and Bosch H4 halogen headlamps. It retains its original radio.

More recently it has received new carpeting and has also had the dash refinished. The car's overall excellent condition belies its current odometer reading of just over 96,​000 miles,​ suggesting it has been very well cared-for throughout its life. This beautiful,​ light,​ and nimble 911 represents a period during which Porsche was rising to the pinnacle of sports car racing and was celebrating its success by offering an exciting palette of bright colors.

This lovely 911 E coupe is offered with a detailed maintenance file,​ a tool kit and jack,​ spare wheel and tire,​ and a factory owner's manual,​ and it appears ready to give a new owner many more miles of enjoyable motoring.

Fresno, California

Mar 15, 2019 | Odometer: 96,116

1979 Porsche 911SC Ivory


Gorgeous and well preserved 1979 911 SC in Ivory over Brown Leather interior. This 911 SC has been locally owned and very well cared for by the same owner since March of 1990.

The most recent owner purchased the car from Fogg's Porsche + Audi Specialist with 70,​960 miles on the odometer and has driven less than 11,​000 miles since. The exterior and interior of the 911 show extremely well with very little wear on the interior seats and handled surfaces. It's speculated the car was painted in the current Ivory color from the original Opal Metallic during Fogg's brief ownership in 1989 at which time the wheel center sections were painted to match.

The previous owner supplied service records with the car dating back to the original owner from Texas in 1979 through a very recent major service performed by our own Factory Trained Porsche Classic Technicians. The recent major service included Oil and Filter Change,​ New Spark Plugs,​ New Belts,​ New Air Filter,​ Valve Adjustment,​ Ignition Timing Adjustment,​ and Idle Speed Adjustment. During the service work being performed we replaced brake lines,​ oil return tubes,​ installed a new fuel tank,​ replaced all 4 tires,​ and performed a compression test. The car drives very well with lots of power and the transmission shifts smooth through all gears.

The results of the compression test are as follows:
Cylinder 1 - 160psi
Cylinder 2 - 165psi
Cylinder 3 - 160psi
Cylinder 4 - 160psi
Cylinder 5 - 155psi
Cylinder 6 - 165psi

The 911 comes with Owners Manual,​ Maintenance Booklet,​ Spare Tire,​ Tool Kit,​ and Previous Ownership Service Records. The car is very complete with the original air pump and A/C compressor installed,​ the A/C system is currently not functional.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mar 15, 2019 | Odometer: 81,859

1982 Porsche 930 Grand Prix White


Super Low Mile Eurospec 1982 Porsche 930 Turbo in Grand Prix White over two-tone Black / Red Leather interior. This 930 Turbo has just over 16,​000 original miles and has been exceptionally well cared for by its previous owners.

The car came to us from one of our out of state Porsche enthusiast friends that understand and appreciates the historical influence of the 930 Turbo and the condition of this car shows it well. The exterior of the car was re-painted in its original Grand Prix White during previous ownership and shows very clean without major blemishes or defects.

The interior of the 930 also shows extremely clean and original. Previous service records and receipts were supplied by the previous owner along with a Certificate of Authenticity. During previous ownership a few very well done and tasteful modifications were made including upgraded Electromotive ignition,​ upgraded turbocharger,​ B&B exhaust,​ intercooler,​ upgraded brakes,​ upgraded coil over suspension,​ upgraded differential,​ close ratio gear set,​ and a few internal engine upgrades including crankshaft,​ pistons,​ connecting rods,​ and camshafts.

During the engine rebuild new factory unstamped cases were used. This 930 Turbo drives incredibly well with lots of power that comes on very smooth. The close ratio gear set creates a driving experience similar to a 5 speed transmission car and pairing with the additional upgrades this car is easily one of the best driving 930 Turbo's on the road.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mar 15, 2019 | Odometer: 16,703

1973 Porsche 911T Sepia Brown


The current owner purchased this 911 on May 2nd, 1989 with 85k-miles from a Mr. Coffey of Albany, New York. Mr. Coffey had purchased the car in the early 1980’s from German AutoHaus in Ballston Spa, New York for a little under $10k. He too never drove it in the winter but serviced it regularly at Smith’s garage in Albany.

I would describe this 911 as a survivor-driver. Its condition is mostly original and very clean. The rest of the exterior is in excellent condition. The brightwork and trim shine nicely. All the deco is original and in great condition. All the glass, including the windshield, is original and in very good condition with one minor chip (see pic). The headlight bulbs have been upgraded with period Cibie bulbs. The rest of the exterior lights have been upgraded to LED bulbs and are much brighter. Of course, all exterior lights work. The original and correct factory Mahle wheels (5 total) are in great shape with some slight blemishes. These were the lightest wheels ever offered on a Porsche (9.5lbs each). They are wearing Yokohama tires with at least half-life remaining. The brakes have about half-life as well.

The interior is in equally as nice survivor condition. The front seats are all original and have a few minor spots of wear on the leatherette. They are surprisingly firm as the owner removed them and stored them many years ago. Of course, the rear seats look near perfect. The headliner is also original and has a few minor blemishes (see pics) and some discoloring. The current owner replaced the carpet with the correct German velour over 20-years ago. It looks great and has minimal signs of wear. The original factory floor mats were saved and are included. The door panels are also original and in good shape. In the late 80’s, speakers were installed in the doors and the front pockets removed. The rear pockets are in place and in great shape with no significant warping. The dash has typical cracks, but is original. All the gauges operate properly. The Blaupunkt tape deck radio works as well. The A/C blows cold. All interior lights also work.

Truly, the best part of this 911 is the way it drives. It starts up easily with no smoking and holds an even idle. The motor purrs and provides excellent throttle response with no hesitation. The brakes have a wonderful initial bite with no fading or pulling. The gearbox shifts surprisingly smooth with no grinding or slipping and it easily goes into first gear even while rolling. The steering is precise and nimble with no slop or wandering. It’s a joy to toss through the corners as it is quite predictable and well behaved. This example would be absolutely fantastic on vintage touring events.

This 911 comes with an extra key, original owner’s manual, original floor mats, lots of records/notes, original tool kit, original spare wheel, original York a/c compressor, several maintenance books, and some misc. small parts (bulbs, belts, relays, etc.)

Costa Mesa, California

Mar 13, 2019 | Odometer: 95,400

1982 Porsche 911SC Targa Guards Red


This extremely nice 1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa is finished in a Guards Red with a black leather interior. It is powered by a 2994 cc horizontally opposed air cooled 172 horsepower 6 cylinder engine mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. The car will accelerate from 0-60 mph in 6.9 seconds and has a top speed of 140 mph. Options include a limited slip differential, front and rear spoilers ( the rear whale tail has been removed but is included), sport shock absorbers, alarm, fog lights, cruise control and air conditioning. The vehicle sports European headlights with chrome rings and has been lowered 1”. A Kenwood radio/CD player has been installed. This Porsche is an excellent driver. It starts and runs as it should, and is ready for someone to get in, turn the key and enjoy driving it. The vehicle comes with two set of keys and there is no apparent rust.

The engine was rebuilt by the previous owner. The current owner (who purchased the vehicle in 2016) has made a number of improvements including a new battery, new Firestone Firehawk tires (205 x 16 front, 255 x 16” rear), 4 wheel alignment, new oil pressure sending unit and a major service performed at an authorized Porsche dealer. The driver’s seat shows some wear as does the targa top (which does not leak). The cruise control and air conditioning are all there, but are not functioning.

The vehicle comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, service records from the current owner and a clean Carfax with no damage or accidents reported. Current mileage is 99,236. This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a very nice air cooled Porsche classic for a very reasonable price.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Mar 13, 2019 | Odometer: 99,236

1983 Porsche 911SC Targa Moss Green Metallic


This 1983 Porsche 911SC Targa is finished in gorgeous Moss Green Metallic with beige leather interior. This incredible motorcar has been meticulously maintained and driven just 62,600 miles from new by virtually its original owner. This U.S. model is equipped with nearly every available option including rare factory air conditioning, power windows, cruise control, 16” Fuchs wheels, front spoiler and much more.

Accompanying this investment-grade 911SC Targa is its owner’s manual, toolkit, air pump, and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. Receipts and original Window Sticker and Purchase docs give evidence of exceptional care from the original selling Dealer Sewickley Porsche who maintained the car for its original owner from October 9th 1982 until its final receipt from Sewickly Porshce in March of 2016. Always Serviced and Owned by Harvey Feldman. He was meticulous and fastidious with his 911 Over the years virtually everything has been done we over 45 repairs orders totaling over $64,000 from the Porsche Dealer, including a $20,000 motor rebuild in 2013 at 57,000 miles!!! cover only 6,000 miles since the car runs and drives as it did NEW when Harvey purchased the car.

The car was recently sold by Schmidt Motors who is well known for their quality selection and sold to my client who has enjoyed the car as its 2nd owner. He has decided to sell a few vehicles in his collection and regretfully is offering this Amazing 1983 Porsche 911 SC Targa for your consideration. Prior to selling he has invested another $4,000 in recent up keeps insuring the car is exactly as you want to have it in perfect running condition.

San Diego, California

Mar 11, 2019 | Odometer: 62,606

1978 Porsche 911 Carrera Brown


Up for sale is this very cool, mostly unrestored 1978 Porsche 911SC sunroof coupe finished in its rare and original Bitter Chocolate exterior and Cork interior.

I bought this car earlier this year from a friend needing working capital to launch a new business venture. He purchased it some years ago from Vertex Auto in Miami, Florida, a well-respected dealer in pre-owned Porsche cars, replacement parts and accessories. Unfortunately other than showing up as a Florida car in the 911 registry there are scant records my friend had other than a list of modifications made by Vertex.

The chassis is rolling on 137k+ miles and as is very common on these cars the odometer has recently quit. But not to worry, as the mechanicals show to have been thoroughly gone through with a rebuild reported within the last 5 years and 10.000 miles. In addition to installing Turbo brakes, short throw shift kit, larger Fuchs style wheels, fresh Hankook rubber and a new steering rack, the motor was warmed over with a 964 cam grind, Dansk exhaust and K and N intake filter. Updated Carrera chain tensioners, airbox pop off valve and head studs were also installed.

I have owned nine air cooled Porsches and do much of the wrenching at my own shop. I am especially familiar with these 3.0 911SC models. As such you can trust me when I say this is a very quick and strong running 3.0. It doesn't leak or smoke. The lowered stance delivers a firm ride. The car tracks straight down the road and the big Turbo brakes haul it down with authority. Handling is what you would expect from an air cooled Porsche, pretty much spot on. The Dansk exhaust gives the car a raucous idle and a mechanical growl only an air cooled flat six can produce.

The original cork interior was reupholstered and shows very well. The door panels and pockets are in great condition. The headliner is taught, original carpet in great shape. A nice set of quality coco mats add a touch of period correct class. An aftermarket Momo style steering wheel is installed. The original dash is capped but looks good and is hardly a detraction. The car also benefits from a more modern 964 AC system upgrade. The heat and defrost work as do all of the instruments, instrument lights and courtesy lights. Windows and sunroof operate as they should. Door pulls and locks in perfect working order. Being my friend is involved in the Miami music scene, he equipped the car with a killer sound system that includes a Blaupunkt head unit, and a powered sub woofer under the seat.

I had intentions to invest in the body cosmetics but instead find myself driving it as often as possible. Porsche people encourage me to leave it alone and I too have come to find its patina charming. Besides its cheaper and more fun to just be on the hunt for cool stickers worthy of the rear quarter windows.

To clarify, there is no rust on this car, there are a few paint imperfections, minor dings and chips but the car has never been hit and all panels are believed original. I have not purchased a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche but the motor is correct for the model year and I have no reason to suspect that it or the 915 5-speed gearbox is not original to the car.

Who needs a certificate from Porsche anyway? I can personally guarantee that this car is authentically cool. This car is part of the new breed of Porsche outlaws, an irreverent group of air cooled 911 enthusiasts who care more about how their car runs than looks. It will serve its new owner well, whether looking for a reliable daily driver that can be taken out in any weather condition, parked anywhere without the fear of marring a perfect paint job and taken to the track for a good thrashing. One that is known to let their dog ride along or go months without washing it and still get thumbs up from the Porsche club guys at the cars and coffee while enjoying his or her Bitter Chocolate mocha Grande.

Rowlett, Texas

Mar 11, 2019 | Odometer: 137,000

1973 Porsche 911T Coupe Silver


1973 ½ Porsche 911T CIS First Generation 911. Beautifully Maintained & Documented. Low 78,450 miles! A three owner car. Originally sold to an EastmanCo. engineer in Kingsport, TN in 1973. True to his profession he was meticulous with his maintenance and documentation process for 32 years. He retired to Stuart,FL and eventually sold the car to his Porsche mechanic. As a Porsche mechanic he kept his car well maintained and accounted for all service performed on the car for the 2 years that he owned it. He carried on in the same fashion as the original owner.

The current owner in Asheville, NC bought the car in 2007 and has owned it for 10 years. He too understands the significance of the car and has all service performed by one of the top Porsche mechanics in the country with over 50 years of experience. The last ten years of service is included in the 278 page binder showing everything that has been done to the car to keep it in the wonderful condition it is today. Total miles are very low for 44 year old car at 78,450 miles.

The steering wheel was upgraded with a beautiful Leva Duell wheel and the ugly 73 bumper extensions removed to a 72 standard. Both the original extensions and steering wheel are stored and will convey. In 2014 the front seats were re-bolstered with Porsche cushioning material for a firmer feel. The 1973.5 is one of the best years for early 911s because this was the year the 2.4 liter 6 was incorporated with a K-Jetronic (CIS)_ Bosch fuel injection system. Due to the additional power, a stronger transmission with a more traditional 5 speed “H” pattern was also added.

Sacramento, California

Mar 11, 2019 | Odometer: 78,654

1983 Porsche 930 Slant Nose Cabriolet Black


This 1983 Porsche started life as a narrow body non-turbo. It now has a wide-body Turbo Slant Nose conversion and was recently completely gone through both cosmetically and mechanically. The entire car was rewired with new-style bladed fuses, and all of the circuits that were not fused from factory are now protected. This custom Porsche is powered by a 3.3-liter Euro-spec 6-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, aftermarket turbo, waste gate, inter cooler and exhaust.

Exterior is in excellent condition with little to know rock chips. The paint shows well and the car has incredibly straight body lines as seen in photos. The wheels are 3 piece SSR wheels and the car is lowered to euro height with factory suspension. The convertible top is in excellent condition no rips cuts or tears and is a manual top. Slant nose was done properly both headlights go up and down evenly and give the car that 505 classic look.
Bottom of the car is just as nice as the top with gorgeous aftermarket heat exchangers as well as polished control arms. Extremely solid floors as seen in photos not rusty and extremely straight.

Interior is in very nice condition. The seats are soft and comfortable and look like new. The air conditioning in this car is probably the best cooling air conditioning we have had in any SC as they are notorious for not cooling very well. The dash is in good condition and is free of any cracks or warping. All electronics inside function as they should the gauges all work as well as both power windows. Inside the Frunk there has been a strut bar added for better handling characteristics and a newer carpet cover has been added.

Miami, Florida

Mar 10, 2019 | Odometer: 64,419

1995 Porsche 993 C4 Polar Silver Metallic


This year and example of an amazing drivers addition car. White face gauges, blue carbon fiber panels, everything works and is in wonderful condition. The car just had new valve covers installed, with new valve cover gasket’s. Fresh or oil change and a new battery.

It is turnkey ready to drive, however it’s listed below market value because the car could use a paint correction for perfection. The current paint looks fine from a distance however upon closer examination you’ll see that some clear coat is fading and some previous work was done. I purposely didn't repaint the car so there is no question of what is underneath. This can be a blank canvas for enthusiasts to get in and make their outlaw or RWB or poster car fine tuned to their desire.

There’s no accident report history on the car however there is damage report for the front end and as you can see in the pictures the paint peeling. The body is extremely straight no major dents or signs of exterior damage. It drives extremely smooth shifts every gear no grinds no coughs nothing.

The interior is rated at a 9.5 out of 10 in fantastic shape, no major color fading or flaws that can be noted. It does have an aftermarket radio which works and all the speakers sound great. The sunroof works and slides on demand, and the rear spoiler works on command and in speed. No rust or any visible signs of rust. I do have the basket handle with the third brake light for the rear deck lid. I took it off I personally like the way it looks without it however it is in stock in hand and can easily be bolted right back on, the light connection is fully functioning.

All in all you can daily drive this car with pure conference and a massive smile. You can tinker with it correct the paint, or enjoy it and just drive it because this is a great example of a Porsche 993 that is only going up in value. This is your chance to get it under value and fine-tune it to the exact condition you wanted to be in. The foundation is all there.

Concord, California

Mar 10, 2019 | Odometer: 99,453

1997 Porsche 993 C4 Cabriolet Maritime Blue


This 1997 Porsche Cabriolet C4 is an absolute rare find and in concours condition. This 993 is a Porsche collectors and enthusiasts must have. This original Porsche has picked up only 31k original miles and has never been involved in any kind of accident, has no damages and never had any kind of cosmetic repairs or re-sprays. It has been well maintained and comes with a clean CarFax history report and extensive documentation.

The 993 is nicely equipped and was built to order in an extremely rare and expensive color combination Maritime Blue with blue leather interior. The interior shows as nice as the exterior with its pleaded full leather seats. No scratches on the bolsters from getting in and out of the car. The seats look and feel like brand-new. The interior leather package also includes part of the lower dash, center console, upper dash, door panels and more. All carpets are super clean without any stains or signs of wear. The car is a non-smoker vehicles that has no unsual odors at all.

Here is a list of features: Silver brake calipers (standard on all 4 wheels cars) Onboard computer Rear seat delete Digital sound package (Nokia Sound, very rare) all prewired, but a modern Alpine radio has been installed Porsche Litronic (option code 601, very rare) Radar warner New Convertible top Convertible top cover (new condition) Newly recoated wheels with recent Continental tires 12/8 way seats Porsche stainless steel shifter and handbrake Second key Service books and manuals in pouch Tool kit, jack and spare tire Certificate of Authenticity (COA) If you are in the market for a very rare and unique 993 in absolute mint condition - don't look any further.

San Marcos, California

Mar 10, 2019 | Odometer: 31,239

1996 Porsche 993 C4S Black Metallic


Offered here out of a private collection since 1998 is a stunning and extremely rare C4S with the Black Metallic paint and soft supple cashmere leather interior. The car is amazing in person and very unique compared to the standard black.

Vehicle is further optioned with the factory features that include; heated front seats, center wheel caps with the Porsche colored crest, auto speed control, sunroof, soft leather rear, supple leather seats trim, and 18in turbo styled wheels. Vehicle has been well cared for throughout its life with routine service and maintenance performed to insure its collectability. Recent oil, filter, battery and belt service was just completed prior to purchase and newer tires were installed less than 1k miles ago.

Vehicle comes to life and the air-cooled engine begs for the driver to push it to its limits as the power assisted rear spoiler rises and lowers with speeds. The wide body that this car represents is quite remarkable and there is a reason why these continue to climb each month in value as the productivity numbers were extremely low and the demand is never quenched.

These cars will continue to be pursued for generations. Only modifications on this car are the period correct cell phone installation and 6 Disc CD changer in the front bonnet. All factory books and manuals are present along with stamps in the service book. Both factory keys are present and the tools, tow hook and factory floor mats are parts of the package. Vehicle has the proper VIN tags, stickers, and pedigree that will make any enthusiasts proud!

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Mar 8, 2019 | Odometer: 46,040

1984 Porsche 911 Cabriolet Chiffon White


One Owner 1984 911 Carrera Cabriolet in Chiffon White over Brown Genuine Leather interior with Brown Cabriolet top.

This immaculate 1984 Cabriolet was purchased new at Bob Hagestad in Denver, Colorado and has been extremely well cared for by the original owner. The car had an MSRP of $38,825 including $2,010 in factory options. The original bill of sale indicates 16 inch wheels and tires, a Blaupunkt Washington radio, and Diamond Coat was added to the car bringing the total purchase price to $42,297.

The original window sticker and owner's manual along with maintenance book have been provided with the car indicating an original in-service date of October 15, 1984. The previous owner also provided some service records with the car dating back to March of 1987. Service documents indicate the 911 was stored from late 2002 until May of 2016 and has been driven less than 2,000 miles since coming out of storage.

Our Factory Trained Classic Technicians have serviced this 911 at which time a Cylinder Leak Test and Compression Test were carried out, results below. During the service spark plugs were replaced, a new fuel filter was installed, the brake system was flushed, and a transmission service was completed. The previous owner very recently had a major service performed including valve adjustment.

The previous owner had an aftermarket radio installed which has been replaced with a Porsche Classic Radio. The analog clock has been refurbished and the center dash vent has been replaced. This 911 Cabriolet drives incredibly well and smooth with lots of power. Original Options Included: - Chiffon White Paint No Charge - Genuine Leather Front Seats No Charge - Limited Slip Differential 590.00 - 15 inch Forged Alloy Wheels 820.00 (no longer with the vehicle) - Cruise Control 320.00 - Heatable Windshield 280.00

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mar 8, 2019 | Odometer: 97,748

1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Grand Prix White


Super Clean 1988 911 Cabriolet with 5 Speed G50 Transmission in Grand Prix White with Black Top over Red Leather interior. This Low Mileage 911 Cabriolet has spent most of its life in California before coming to Colorado earlier this year and the condition of the car shows it has been very well cared for by its previous owners. Previous records supplied by the most recent owner indicates the 911 has been driven very little in the past 11 years and still serviced regularly.

Our Factory Trained Porsche Classic Technicians just serviced the car including annual Oil and Filter Change, New Tires, New Battery, Brake System Flush, AC System Service, and new brake caliper flex lines were replaced at the same time. The clutch assembly was replaced just over 2,000 miles ago and a Cylinder Leak Down and Compression Test were done in the past 1,000 miles.

Being a 911 from California the exterior and interior condition of the car is very clean and shows well. The powered canvas top is in excellent condition and operates smoothly. The plastic rear window is very clear with minimal fold markings. The interior leather shows very clean with minimal wear on the seat bolsters and handled surfaces. The car comes with books, keys, collapsed spare, jack, tool kit, wheel locks, and outdoor car cover.

Results of the CLT and Compression Test are as follows:

Cylinder 1 - 1% Leakage 160 PSI Compression
Cylinder 2 - 1% Leakage 165 PSI Compression
Cylinder 3 - 0% Leakage 165 PSI Compression
Cylinder 4 - 0% Leakage 160 PSI Compression
Cylinder 5 - 1% Leakage 155 PSI Compression
Cylinder 6 - 0% Leakage 160 PSI Compression

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mar 8, 2019 | Odometer: 56,190

1983 Guards Red 911SC Cabriolet


Up for sale is this stunning 1983 Porsche that has spent its entire life with the same family, handed down and shared by the son and daughter of the original owner. Over the years, it's seen its share of cosmetic refresh including paint and interior. It's got a set of 17" aftermarket Fuchs look wheels and has been lowered to European ride height giving it a killer stance. Service record date back decades and shows brakes and clutch service in the last 3000 miles. The critical updates to the 3.0 were all completed long ago.

Everything is in working order. The car starts up, idles smooth, accelerates strong with easy shifts through its short throw shifter. Steering and brakes are what you would expect from a Porsche and the air cooled engine makes great sounds. This is a high quality driver that has a few dings and imperfections, but nothing to be ashamed of; it presents extremely well.

Being a one family owned Porsche, you know it was loved and cared for. The tools, jack, pump and manuals are still with the car. The top is nice but has a few thin spots in the normal places but nowhere the elements can get inside. The aftermarket bluetooth stereo sounds great and the interior is very tidy with a crack free dash.

Driver quality Porsches are a joy to own and operate. They are very reliable and easy to drive. You could easily drive this car on a daily basis or across country. Porsche 911's have always been a blue chip investment. Take care of this one, enjoy it and you will never lose money on it.

Rowlett, Texas

Mar 7, 2019 | Odometer: 139,000

1970 Porsche 914-6 Irish Green Luft 5


As much as I hate to do it, and know I’ll likely regret this sometime in the future as I have with some other favorite prior cars, I’m putting my Irish Green six up for sale. I have another six (conversion) almost done and I already don’t drive this one enough. I really can’t justify two sixes, especially now that I have two kids and zero “fun cars” that we all fit in.

Price is $95,914. I’m not in a hurry to sell and am happy to continue to enjoy driving it myself. It is amazingly fun to drive, balanced, solid, and great sounding. I prefer a cash sale, but will consider trades up or down. Only high-quality cars considered, and no projects. Am especially looking for any fun/sports cars that will fit 2 adults and 2 kids. Trade candidates include: VW GTI MK1, BMW 2002, Porsche 997 or 991 Coupe/Targa, 1961 Impala, nice 914-4s (I just can’t help myself?!?!), Ferrari 458 (oh well, 1 kid at a time still), and am open to other offers.

I’ve owned 914s for 26 years, have fully restored three, and this is the sixth 914 I’ve owned. I love 914s and this is a very, very good example and an awesome car. This 914 was one of 10 914s specially selected to be in the “914 circle” at Luft5, and won “Best Original 914-6” at the 2017 914world West Coast Classic.

The car was restored to near concours standards in 2014-2015, and it has been driven about 5,000 miles since, including a 1,100 road trip to Oregon. So its very nice, but not 0 mile fresh and is what any near-perfect car will look like after it gets driven. I also did not restore it 100% correct as I intended to drive it and all changes were made with this in mind and make it a great driving 914 (e.g. Tarrett sway bar, E cams, Bilstein shocks, Bluetooth amp for music).

Other features of the car not obvious from the photos:

- I am the third owner of the car. The first owner owned it for 2 years and drove it very little (from the story I heard). The previous owner (who I bought it from) bought it in 1972 and just got too old for it. That is his then girlfriend (and now wife with adult children) in the linked photos.

- Engine and transmission were both entirely rebuilt at time of restoration (2015) and I have about $22k in receipts from European Motorsports in Vista. This engine rips and runs awesome.

- Car originally came with steel wheels. I have 5 Mahles (for the spare) plus one of the original steel wheels that was the spare. So car comes with 6 wheels.

- Original jack, foot rest, some other small items.

- Added a small Bluetooth amplifier and subwoofer between the seats. Nice to have music for long drives, but easily removable with virtually no trace if you prefer.

- 2 extra gauges hang below the dash. Oil pressure is nice to have and the gauge works will. Cyl head temp gauge is not reliable. Both easily removable with virtually no trace if you prefer.

The car is very nice and pretty original and correct, but I love 914 trivia and am aware many of the things on the car are not perfect. Here is the list of things I could come up with that aren’t “correct”, and if you see others in the photos, please let me know!

- Mahle wheels. These are correct for a 914-6, but this car originally came with steel wheels.

- 185 tires (should be 165 with the Mahle wheels). This is plenty of tire for these cars and this handles great and feels light.

- Original cylinders bored to 81mm, new 81mm pistons. Not 80mm, but heads did not have to be machined. So in theory, someone could go back to 100% original with new P&Cs if they really cared. 81x66 = 2041 cc, so it's still a "2.0".
- "E" cams. Originally had "T" cams, and if someone really cared, this could also be reversed 100%.

- Added later Carrera chain tensioners. Not original, but stupid not to add them (IMO).

- Added front sway bar (Tarrett).

- Bilstein shock and struts. And added threaded collars so car could be corner balanced.

- Porterfield brake pads (not OE).

- Used a reproduction washer pump, not OE. Reproduction looks very close, but is different. I still have the broken original pump.

- H4 headlights, not sealed beam.

- Not OE seatbelts.

- Replaced old interior tar sound deadening with FatMat (Dynamat-like material).

- Replacement carpet is a close match for 914-6 carpet, but not perfect.

- Aftermarket steering wheel and adapter.

- Small triangle headlight plate is plated silver, and should be zinc plated.

- Gas cap is yellow cadmium plated, but should be zinc plated (I think). But it looks better this way IMO. smile.gif

- Power Hershmann antennae (original was manual). Not hooked up to anything, but fills the hole.

- Used black undercoating on bottom of car (original was thin grey stuff). Correct texture, but not grey.

- Euro front and rear tail lights on a US car.

- Removed US side wart. (Personal preference; they are extremely ugly.)

- Several parts powder coated black, but original was black paint.

- Several bolts/washers are yellow zinc plated, and should be yellow cadmium (98% are correct). It is difficult to tell the difference. But I can and is why I've lost many nights of sleep. smile.gif

- Heater tubes from headers to longs are not paper (are strong fiberglass-like material) but work better than the original.

That’s it! Thanks for reading and let me know if you have any questions!

Encinitas, CA (just north of San Diego)


San Diego , CA

Feb 25, 2019 | Odometer: Exempt

1986 Porsche 944 Turbo Coupe


1986 porsche 944 turbo 5-speed manual! Turbocharged i4! 63k original miles! Coated in gorgeous black exterior paint over black leather interior! Super clean! Sweet looking black and silver 16 forged fuch wheels wrapped in brand new hankook v12 evo tires! Completely smoke free interior! Sunroof! Leather wrapped steering wheel! Power seats! Leather shift knob! Power windows! Aftermarket apline head unit! Cd player! Bluetooth! Ice cold a/c! And much more! All powered by the 2.5l turbo i4 engine, linked to that smooth shifting 5-speed manual transmission! Rear wheel drive! This beauty is so much fun to drive! Best foot forward right from the start, our no-haggle pricing policy is our way of offering customers the best price possible on your next thoroughly inspected, reconditioned, high-quality pre-owned vehicle! With a documentation fee of 599.99, you will not find any surprises when shopping with us! No smoking mirrors, no hidden fees, no unobtainable rebates, and no games! Do not hesitate to come by and check this one out for yourself! This car will not last long at all in our inventory, so give us a call today for more information before its too late! Carfax certified 2.5l turbo i4 f sohc - rear wheel drive black exterior paint - black and silver alloy wheels - hankook v12 evo tires black leather interior - alpine cd player - leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob - ice cold a/c - bluetooth never smoked in thorough 126 point inspection and fully detailed we have passion for what we do all of our vehicles go through a thorough 126 point inspection and are free and clear of any known issues.

Hickory, North Carolina

Feb 11, 2019 | Odometer: 63,927

1987 Porsche 944 Turbo Guards Red


If you’re looking for a classic supercar that can be used also as your daily driver, then make this Porsche 944 Turbo Coupe your number one choice. This classic red over black Porsche 944 Turbo Coupe is a car that engenders admiration, as well as outright excitement. Produced in Audi’s Neckarsulm factory, this car is built, and built good. The galvanized body means rust isn’t a problem, and putting that turbo to use, it tops out at 150mph-plus and 5.4 seconds 0-60. And it’s got big vented disc brakes all around to let the skin on your face get back to where it was before you stepped into it. The front engine/rear transaxle layout means a weight distribution that’s virtually 50-50, and handling that can only be described as ‘well balanced’. Simply put, the car goes where you point it… with it’s power-assisted ZF rack and pinion, it affords you that exciting ”riding on rails” feeling. This Porsche 944 Turbo Coupe is a good and effortless performer, and remains the pragmatic and penny-wise way to own a Porsche. If you’re after an efficient, eloquent classic supercar, then, you can stop searching, here it is. Offered to you in Guards Red over Black partial leather and only 54,026 miles on it, and included are $2,893 in FACTORY INSTALLED OPTIONS including AN ELECTRIC SUNROOF, RADIO AM/FM W/CASSETTE, PARTIAL FRONT LEATHER, CRUISE CONTROL, REAR WINDOW WIPER, AND AN ALARM SYSTEM. We offer you this gem comprehensively serviced and detailed by our highly regarded Bosch Authorized Service Facility. 30 days / 1,000 Miles 100% Parts and 100% Labor Warranty. Ask your Sales Representative for other extended warranty options for this vehicle. Trades Welcome.

Kingston, Pennsylvania

Feb 8, 2019 | Odometer: 54,932

2014 Porsche Panamera 4S Executive


For 2014, the polarizing Porsche Panamera received a refresh with slightly different styling, as well as adding this stretched-wheelbase Executive (a $27,300 dollar upgrade) model. The Panamera Executive has been stretched by almost 6 inches for the sole purpose of improving rear passenger space. Go ahead, recline a bit. Cross your feet. There’s space. The front & rear buckets are expertly tailored, supportive, heated & cooled. The 4S models are now powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-L V6 good for 420 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque paired to a 7-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic. We’re offering this 2014 Porsche Panamera 4S Executive AWD draped in WHITE over BLACK LEATHER as a CARFAX 1-Owner vehicle with only 42,805 CARFAX Certified miles and is loaded with an impressive list of Extra Charge options worth $8,815 dollars and includes the BOSE SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM which adds 13 SPEAKERS, 7-CHANNEL 385-WATT AMPLIFIER, AUDIOPILOT NOISE COMPENSATION, BOSE SIGNAL PROCESSING W/CENTERPOINT, SUBWOOFER. The SPORT CHRONO PLUS PACKAGE which adds PORSCHE ACTIVE SUSPENSION MANAGEMENT (PASM), DIGITAL & ANALOG TIMER, LAUNCH CONTROL, PCM PERFORMANCE DISPLAY, SPORT PLUS BUTTON. The BIRCH ANTHRACITE INTERIOR PACKAGE which adds CUPHOLDER COVERS, DASHBOARD TRIM STRIP, DOOR TRIM STRIP FRONT & REAR, ASHTRAY COVER, CENTER CONSOLE TRIM, REAR STORAGE COMPARTMENT LIDS. The FRONT & REAR PARK ASSIST which adds PORSCHE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT (PCM), REARVIEW CAMERA, ULTRASONIC DISTANCE SENSORS. Plus the 20” RS SPYDER DESIGN WHEELS, LANE CHANGE ASSIST, PORSCHE CREST ON HEADREST F&R, 20” ALL-SEASON TIRES, PORSCHE CAR CONNECT, SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO, ONLINE SERVICES W/MEDIA INTERFACE, WHEEL CENTER CAPS W/COLORED CREST. This vehicle also includes the Owner’s Manual, 1 Remote Key & Floor Mats. Comes comprehensively serviced and detailed by our highly regarded Bosch Authorized Service Facility. Comes comprehensively sericed and deailed by our highly regarded Bosch Authorized Service Facility. Includes 30 days / 1,000 Miles 100% Parts and 100% Labor Powertrain Warranty. Ask your Sales Representative for other extended warranty options for this vehicle. Trades Welcome.
Price $56,900
Vin WP0BB2A7XEL063610
17 city mpg
26 hwy mpg

Kingston, Pennsylvania

Feb 8, 2019 | Odometer: 47,629

1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Targa Rare Green


1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 liter Targa SUPER RARE OAK GREEN/GREEN only 365 built in 77

Price $59,000 obo

Offering for your consideration this very rare 1977 Porsche 911 Euro Carrera 3.0L Targa.
The Carrera 3.0 were built between 1976-1977 for the European Market only. The other models in the 911 line up the standard 911 with a 2.7 liter engine and the 911/930 Turbo.

The Carrera 3.0 has an evolution of the 930 engine but naturally aspirated.
During its short two year life span, only 3687 Carrera 3.0 liter cars were built and this one is only one of 365 LHD Targa cars made in 1977. Factory LHD with the original matching numbers motor and trans are still with it and showing 130k km witch is about only 76,000 miles

Our 911 is finished in Oak Green Metallic exterior and interior to sample green. This green/green combination was a favorite and used always by Ferdinand Porsche in his personal cars.

This Euro Carrera 3.0 has incredible vintage street presence. It is rust free and very well preserved.Body lines are super straight with no evidence of any accidents and floors are solid as seen in photos.

The interior is in very good overall condition. the green door panels show well dash has some minor warping, which is normal on these older 911's. Driver seat has a small cut in the seam as seen in photos. Other than this all seats inside are in clean condition not worn out and very comfortable to go long distances in.

Engine is in good running condition. The power band is very linear and it pulls through the gears effortlessly.
Clutch is soft and very easy to drive. Transmission does not grind going into any gear and does not suffer
from any pop outs. Synchros are super smooth.

Options including:
- Power windows
- Rear window wiper
- Interior to sample

Miami, Florida

Feb 5, 2019 | Odometer: 77,000

1973 Porsche 914 Matching Numbers COA


1973 914 1.7
A nice looking, running and driving little 914, originally Light Ivory (L80E) car. The current red paint appears several years old but with some love the old red had a little shine left.

It’s a numbers matching 1.7 car and comes with a COA. Has a single carb and changed to eletronic ignition. Shifts good but needs shifter bushings. Stops straight with no pedal fade. Tracks straight.

Since my 6 month ownership I’ve adjusted the valves, installed new spark plugs, changed oil/filter and mounted new Pirelli P7 tires (195/65-15) and drive it. Repaired both driver and passenger door handles (plastic disk latch release)

The body appears solid, no bubbles, rust or corrosion. The floors are mostly solid but does show rust in a couple of areas, but all the suspension points are solid. The hell hole and the most rear truck floor panel area’s show previous patch work (fiberglass) had been done. At some point the right front was hit and a sad attempt to repair. Left side rear truck hinge shows signs of repairs. Windscreen is cracked.

Fuch wheels are all in really nice condition and have matching 73 date stamps

Interiors in really nice condition.

What works; High/Low headlights, pop up motors, fog lights, brake lights and rear running lights, radio, speedo, tach and lights on gauges operate.
What Doesn’t work; Turn signals, flashers, right front marker lights, horn, wipers. mileage counter does not count up currently at 92,xxx

Lots of extra miscellaneous spare parts (3 tubs), Targa top, luggage rack, electronic boxes for injection and two different types of steel wheels (spares)

Located in Louisville Kentucky.

More photos at
Videos can be seen on my youtube channel Mark a Motoring Man

Louisville, Kentucky

Feb 5, 2019 | Odometer: Exempt

1972 Porsche 911T 2.4 Light Yellow Concours Restoration


1972 Porsche 911 T 2.4L Light Yellow Full Nut & Bolt Restoration Concourse Quality

RMC Miami now offering the best 911 T on the market right now.
This particular model was imported from Japan where the recent nut and bolt restoration took place. The Photos below speak for themselves. From the engine bay to the floor boards the entirety of the car is so clean it could easily be put into any concourse display.

Exterior wise and interior wise the car is mint, there is nothing needed to be done. The light yellow paint is flawless and looks stunning from every angle.
The seats look fantastic sporting rare optioned Porsche crest seat belts. The carpeting is all brand new and underneath the carpets the floors are in
amazing condition. Sit in the driver seat and taking a look around you feel like your in 1972, the headliner the dashboard everything is like new.

The 911 T (Touring) has a 2.4-litre engine . This Car is fueled by Zenith 40 T1N carburetors, and the 2.4s were first to receive the new 915 five-speed gearbox. Wind up windows and iconic sunroof delete make this super cool vintage car that much more desirable. However, it's for the notorious 'Oil Flap' that the '72 cars will be remembered. For just one year of production in 1972, in an attempt to move as much weight as possible towards the center of the car, the oil tank was re positioned inboard of the right rear wheel arch, resulting in the introduction of an external oil filler cap on the right-hand side rear wing behind a flap. As is often the case, that rarity has resulted in the 'Oel Klappe' cars now being the most desirable.

Appears to be original motor and transmission within correct number range..Engine number is 6522564 Transmission number is 7328015

Fort Lauderdale , Florida

Feb 4, 2019 | Odometer: Exempt

1979 Porsche 911 Backdate Racer


Turn Key/Race ready 1979 Silver Porsche 911 SC Coupe backdated to a 1973 RS Longhood look.- built and maintained by Troysport in Orlando, FL. The build details are:

Porsche 3.2 CSI “Short Stroke” Air Cooled Engine (8.3 hours since refresh in 2016)
Light weight Pauter connecting rods
ASSE Racing valve springs and Titanium retainers
Competition chains
Carrera oil pump and shaft update
98mm Mahle P&C M&M OE 3.2L
Aluminum OE Sachs Pressure Plate
Sachs clutch disc
Aluminum Competition Flywheel
Solid racing chain tensioners
964 Camshafts
Hyperkote Troysport Racing exhaust system/headers

Porsche 915 Transmission - .89 short 5th and new 3,4,5 syncros
Wevo 915 Shifter
Wevo Semi-Solid Motor mounts

Porsche Turbo Tie Rods
Bilstein RSR Front Coil-Over Struts with Eibach springs @ 2.25” x 325 lbs x 10”
Bilstein 60/40 valved front shock inserts
Carrera Rear Coil-Over Shocks w/ Hyper coil (2.25” x 6”) 500lb Springs
Racing RSR Front A-Arm Bushings
Racing 935 Style Rear Spring Plates
Racing Rear Monoballs for Inner Trailing Arms
Thru the body 22 mm front sway bar
Front upper shock offset mono ball camber plates
Rear monoballs for aluminum trailing arms
Front strut bar with reinforced tower braces

10,000 RPM Tach
Steering Wheel Quick Disconnect
Momo Steering Wheel
Cobra Sebring Pro-fit Halo Racing Seats
6 point Hans seatbelts

Backdated to 1973 "RS" Longhood look – Non-Sunroof Coupe
Long Hood, Front Fenders, fiberglass Ducktail, Front & Rear RS Bumpers, RS front air dam (flares)
3 external oil coolers 2 Behr Carrera fender coolers and one 19” x 5” centerfront cooler
Front brake ducts with hub deflectors
Light weight doors

Front – Wildwood – 4 piston calipers
Rear – ATE “M” calipers

Fuchs type Front Wheels -- 7 x 16
Fuchs type Rear Wheels -- 9 x 16

8 pt. cockpit roll cage .095” x 1.5” mild steel…main hoop and side intrusion door bars .120” x 1.5”
Drivers side intrusion bars into door…passenger side X bar
Horizonal main hoop bar plus diagonal
Halo gussets/proper high knee bar
ATL Fuel cell - 22 gal. with female dry break + surge tank
10 lb. Halon Fire Suppression System (nozzles for cockpit, engine bay & fuel cell)
Driver's Side Window Net
Electrical Safety Disconnect (to coil)

Dry Cell 12v 900cca Odessy Battery Relocated to Smuggler's Box
Motorola Radius CM300 radio - installed and hotwired (for communications with engine off, like when waiting on false grid)
Traqmate TracDash (GPS track location and timer). Other functions RPM, etc. are not enabled.

Cool Shirt System w/ Cool Air Ducting for Helmet
Front facing HERO camera
AMB Transponder

Multiple SCCA/PCA Wins and Podiums


Jacksonville, Florida

Feb 3, 2019 | Odometer:

1993 Porsche 964 RS 3.8 1 of only 55 WP0ZZZ96ZPS497092

$Upon Request

1993 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.8
VIN: WP0ZZZ96ZPS497092

One of only 55 street-legal examples produced, available only in 1993
Rare example painted in black, believed one of 5
Extreme weight savings – 2,668lbs
Factory-developed 3.8-liter engine producing 300 horsepower
Documented maintenance from new
Includes original Fahrzeugbrief, books and tools
Considered by many to be the ultimate driving 964 ever created
German-delivered car, then imported into Japan
27,143 miles (43,683km)

January of 1989 marked when Porsche revealed its newest 911 platform, the Porsche 964. Claiming that the car was over 85% new, the 964’s unibody was completed reengineered to accept the new all-wheel drive system from the development of the 959 and 961. Named the Carrera 4, Porsche would introduce the less-complicated rear-wheel drive Carrera 2 a few months after and would provide the foundation for the higher-performance variants for both street and racing applications. In 1992 Porsche created the RS 3.6, naturally aspirated with a twin-plug engine breathed on by Porsche Motorsport to pump power up. Porsche then one upped themselves in 1993, introducing the Porsche 964 Carrera RS 3.8.

Per Roland Kussmaul, the project manager for the Carrera RS 3.8, the first car was built in 1991 on a pre-production 964 for testing purposes. The RS 3.8 would be based on the Turbo bodywork, complete with the same bumpers and wider fenders for improved handling characteristics. Although Porsche was feeling the downturn of the global economy, the project was given the go ahead and was soon redeemed by wins in the 1993 ADAC GT Cup and the 1994 BPR series.

While the Carrera RS 3.8 resembles its Turbo sibling, the cars were easily spotted by its large rear wing with a special “3.8” embossed into each side. Weight reduction was taken to the extreme. Aluminum body panels were employed instead of steel in numerous areas, such as the doors and front hood, while the door glass and rear quarter windows were thinner than usual. The carpeting was thinner and lighter, the rear seats removed, and power options on the windows, seats and power locks were removed in favor of lighter components. The door cards were made from a lightweight design with simple strap pulls and no arm rests. Air conditioning was removed and power steering was ditched in favor of a lighter, non-assisted rack. Even the undercoating was not sprayed onto the bottom in the name of weight savings. This focus on weight reduction produced real results, as it saved close to 600 pounds vs. a standard street car.

Despite losing close to 600 pounds of weight in pursuit of lightness, the cars were still very civilized for street or track use. Transmission gearing for the RS 3.8 was changed, with first, second and third gears being slighter higher. Gear synchronizer gears were made of resilient steel, shorter shifter throws, and a limited-slip differential came as standard. These host of upgrades, along with the massive weight loss, resulted in brutal acceleration and top speeds closing in on 170 miles an hour.

Only 55 street cars were produced in order to meet the FIA homologation requirement. According to Jürgen Barth, 52 were left hand drive and 3 others were right hand drive. While built to be excellent driving cars, most of the cars were purchased and stashed away into private collections, used occasionally by their lucky owners. While the most common color leaving the factory was Speed Yellow, there were other colors that were much less common and some even customer specific. Due to being a street-legal race car barely disguised as a street car, bracing in the front trunk was added along with a trunk-mounted ignition-kill switch. Fitted to the Carrera RS 3.8s standard were 9” and 11” Speedline wheels with an 18” diameter, fitting the large ventilated and cross-drilled brakes, aided by ABS. This left-hand drive example began life as a German-delivered Carrera RS 3.8, sent to a Dr. Walter Reichhart and believed to be only one of 5 cars that was painted black. Reichhart would keep the car well maintained, having the car at serviced at its required intervals. In June of 2002 he would sell the car to Helmut Koch of Schopfheim. Like Reichhart before him, he would take the car to be serviced at its required interval. In March of 2005 the car was then sold to Silke Koch, showing 26,646 miles on the odometer (42,882km) on August 22, 2008, and would be the last German owner. In approximately 2010 the 964 RS 3.8 was exported to Japan where it stayed with the same owner the entire time until being imported to the U.S. in late 2018.

Upon arriving at Canepa, the car was carefully inspected from front to rear. With only 27,143 miles (43,683km), the car presents as if it only has a quarter of its indicated mileage. Once a full report was completed, the car was entered into Canepa’s system and went through the “Canepa Difference” process. This consists of a full top-to-bottom concours-level detail and mechanical inspection so that nothing is left to question. The car was thoroughly cleaned underneath in order to remove the factory cosmoline, revealing the factory finishes in excellent condition. Once done, the car was given a full exterior hand wash, along with a complete polish of its rare black paint finish, using only foam pads and light compound in order to preserve the surface. With its deep black finish now done, the trunk, interior and engine bay were also given attention, cleaning out each and every crevice to ensure nothing was left unturned and untouched. When finished and rolled into the Canepa showroom, this exceptional 964 Carrera RS 3.8 steals the show. From its signature wing with “3.8” embossed or the stance with its 18” Speedline wheels, this car presents a unique opportunity for a serious enthusiast looking for the ultra-rare and ultra-capable Porsche 911.

Scotts Valley, California

Jan 30, 2019 | Odometer: 27,143

1971 Porsche 914 Only 27,500 miles


1971 Porsche 914 1.8L.

Only 27,535 documented miles!

5-Speed Manual.

Willow Green.

Black Leatherette Interior.

Rust free.

2-Owner car.

Window Sticker.

This captivating looking 914 comes in the very rare Willow Green color. The paint is in a great condition as the car enjoys a recent repaint. Both the front and the rear compartments are close to spotless, and the engine bay along with the “hell hole” look great! The underside looks extremely nice as well, andthere are no signs of rust anywhere!

The Black Leatherette interior is very clean, and everything looks fresh and scuff free. The car still sports its original AM/FM radio.

The performance of this little Green daredevil is spot on as the car has always enjoyed thorough maintenance, which is documented via a folder full of receipts from 1979 - 2018. These receipts also document the incredible low mileage on this Porsche.

The car has spent almost its entire life in the warm and dry climate of Utah under the care of the first owner. An incredible long 45 year ownership, which is not only documented via the service records, but also by the Buyer’s Order from 1971 showing the buyer's name that matches all the receipts! In 2016, the car was sold to GA where it remained under the care of the second owner.

When the second owner took over, he completed an entire brake rebuild, and has installed a new hand brake assembly and a new shifter assembly. There were also other minor repairs and maintenance to bring this car to its solid operational status.

Upon receiving the car, we have performed a compression and leakdown test, and the numbers look great!

Compression results:

1: 150psi.
2: 148psi.
3: 145psi.
4: 149psi.

Leakdown results:

1: 3%.
2: 3%.
3: 4%.
4: 3%.

Collector car financing available at competitive rates.

Vehicle Disclaimer:
We make every effort to provide you the most accurate, up-to-the-minute information on all of our vehicles in our inventory. However, please do verify with us before purchasing that all the information is correct and up to date. Also, unless we take deposit, any car is fair play and up for sale. For Ebay users, please do not hit the “Buy Now” button unless you verify with us the car is still available.

Oakwood , Georgia

Jan 29, 2019 | Odometer: 27,535

1974 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa 2.7 Matching Numbers


This 1974 Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera Targa is in Light Yellow with Blue/Black interior and less than 78k original miles.

This concours condition example is currently owned by a local prominent Porsche collector and is one of the most correct 2.7 Carreras available.

Sold new in San Francisco, CA and a three owner car from new.

A complete numbers matching car. (motor, transmission and wheels)

COA on file.

Engine type 911/93
Engine no. *6341518*

Transmission no. 7344785

Light Yellow (color code 117). All original panels including duck tail and correct original orange bar hood crest.

No accidents or rust.

The interior is unrestored. Date coded seat belts. Original radio, dash, carpets and upholstery.

Options include:

- California Emission
- Bumpers w/ Impact Absorbers - F/R
- Factory Sport Seats Left and Right
- Targa- Folding Top
- Rear Spoiler
- Retractable Antenna - Left
- White Rectangular Fog Lamps Below the Bumper
- Engine Compartment Light
- Tinted Glass All Around
- Pirelli Tires

The Engine had a complete overhaul at 70k miles which included the transmission.

All services are up to date.

Date code 7/73 6"& 7" Fuchs and new CN 36 Pirelli tires all around. (Size 185 -215)

H1 Headlights.

The books, service history, a complete (as new) tool kit, jack, compressor, COA and two keys will be presented to the new owner.

The most "correct" /74 Targa on the market today.

A wonderful addition to your collection.

All inspections welcome. We ship worldwide.

Monterey, California

Jan 28, 2019 | Odometer: 77,320

2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR


Manthey-Racing has taken the already impressive Porsche Cayman GT4 ClubSport and turned the volume up to eleven. This Porsche factory built car was upgraded to MR specs directly on the Porsche assembly line. The MR spec includes upgraded suspension, light-weight body panels, larger wing, and a 100L fuel cell. These upgrades take the rebellious track toy to a lap time weapon.
Racing legacy/history
This particular example was successfully fielded in three different race series in 2018. The Pirelli Drivers Cup where the owner took the championship in his class, the PCA Sholar-Friedman Cup at Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI where the car qualified 7 out of 52, set a pole and lap record for the GTD and also took the class championship and then closed out an incredibly successful season with a top ten class finish during the California 8 Hours race at Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca.
Condition/Recent Maintenance
The car has had brand new brakes installed, oil changed, transmission fluid changed and new brake fluid added after the final race this past October. The car needs nothing but a determined driver who is ready for this race proven and well cared for machine.
Motor is a 3.8L flat six, producing 385hp, mated to a 6 speed PDK gearbox.
Current, installed engine is new as of September 2018!
Manthey-Racing parts installed:
Recaro race seat good till 2026
100 Liter Fuel Cell
FEV Fire Extinguisher recharged Oct 2018
2-way adjustable KW coilovers
Adjustable Brake Bias
Carbon Fiber Endurance Hood w/ refueling port
Carbon Fiber Doors
Polycarbonate Windscreen
Larger MR Wing
Other included options:
Window net
Factory Air Jack System
Air Conditioning
MoTec Dash
Motorsport Roll Bar Pad Kit
Krontec Quick Release Steering Wheel
One Spare Set of Wheels
Available Extras at additional cost:
Fuel Cell Kit – 100L Enduro fuel cell and full conversion kit – New in Box!
A large spare parts package is available including spare motor, radio system, extra wheels, etc.

Petaluma, California

Jan 26, 2019 | Odometer:

1987 Porsche 928S4


This 1987 Porsche 928S4 is in Silver Metallic with Grey.

A great color combination of Silver Metallic (color code L980) over Silver Grey leather.

Sold new on November 27, 1987 at Bretz Volkswagen Porsche Audi in Indian Wells, California.

This car has been in California since new. It has spent most of its life in the San Luis Obispo area.

Clear Carfax history.

Motor is sound, stock mechanicals, 5.0L V8 DOHC 32V with a 4 speed automatic transmission.

This 928 has been serviced at Guys in San Luis Obispo almost exclusively. Some records on file.

Factory Options:
158 Radio "Monterey" - 86 "Reno" - 87
302 Type designated on rear end
418 Protective side moldings
490 Hi-Fi sound system
494 2 speakers on back shelf
494 Amplifier system
570 High output air conditioner
650 Sunroof
C03 California type car

All gauges and electrical are in good working order.

The paint is fair, consistent over the entire car, not a windows out level of work but presentable. All plastic lenses are bright, front drivers side fog light has a crack.

The interior is stock with the exception of the stereo head unit. Stock speaker placement. Seats had custom sheep skins but still show some wear. The passenger seat shows some shrinking on the lower cushion but no rips or tears. Carpets and panels are nice.

The dash has some minor cracking on the cluster pod but otherwise crack free.

The most recent service just completed (November 2018) by Pacific Motor Service, Pacific Grove, CA at a cost of $2,824.00

A nice driving Porsche 928 in a desirable color combination and with a documented California history.

Monterey, California

Jan 18, 2019 | Odometer: Exempt

1977 Porsche 930 Arrow Blue Pasha Seats


1977 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe VIN 9307700430

#430 of 695 Turbos built for the Rest of the World (RoW)

Finished in Porsche Arrow Blue with a Black interior with Pasha seats

Rotisserie build by KMW Motorsports to a 930 Hot Rod of the day.
Built between 2014 to 2016 and driven less than 2,000 miles since the restoration.
Sunroof delete, AC delete, radio delete. The original exterior color was Silver Metallic.
2115 lbs total weight.

3.0-liter engine, type 930/52, engine number 6770389
Engine casework by Ollie's Engineering, mod oil pump, all oil mods, shuffle pins, oil bypass, squirters, chain box upgrade, clean polish
Supertech studs and case shuffle pins done JB Racing style
Xtreme modified twin plugged cylinder heads with titanium retainers, springs
Intake & exhaust ports increased to 38mm
38 mm injector blocks
Modified fuel head, modified warm up regulator and larger injectors
Twin 044 Fuel Pumps
70.4 Crank knife edged, balanced, oil mods by Pauter
Pauter lightweight connecting rods
Original cylinders were re-Nikasil
993 SS cams
GT3 Oil Pump
JE FSR Pistons at a true 7.65:1 compression (stock 3.0 turbo was 6:5:1)
JB Racing distributor
KKK K27/29 Turbo
Custom built Intercooler by KWM (parts supplied by Turbo Craft)
WM injection for safety (not used for HP gains/used on hot days and/or pushing the car)
JB Racing solid chain tensioners
Twin oil cooler with fans
Custom M&K stainless header and muffler
443 HP at the rear wheels and 1 bar
130 mph at 7000 RPM

Transmission & Suspension
4-speed with new Limited-Slip Differential
Stock 1st gear, Short 2nd gear, short 3rd gear and original 3rd gear for 4th
Full Elephant Racing track suspension
Factory front calipers completely rebuilt by PMB
PMB lightweight rear alloy calipers
Wevo motor & transmission mounts Race semi-solid
Wevo shift coupler
RSR engine brace

Racing gauges including 8000 RPM & 300km Speedo
GTS Classic seats in Pasha
Momo steering wheel

Wheels & Tires
Fuch 15” x 9” Rear wheels (used on original RSR front) Original and very rare!
Fuch 15” x 8” Front wheels
Hoosier tires P275/50ZR15 rear & P225/50ZR15 front

Costa Mesa, California

Jan 17, 2019 | Odometer: 2000*

1987 Porsche 924S Low Miles Zermatt Silver


Manufactured for only the 1987 and 1988 model years, the “S” model Porsche 924 incorporated the same 2.5-liter Porsche-manufactured 4-cylinder engine that was standard on the Porsche 944. This larger engine replaced the VW 2.0-liter power plant in earlier cars, and delivered a nearly 50% power increase, with a factory-rated 147 horsepower and 134 mph top speed. Not changed was the transaxle design that gives every 924 a near 50-50 front-rear weight distribution and superb road manners.

Previously owned by a Porsche Club of America member, the Porsche 924S offered here is a well-maintained, rust-free driver showing 90,4xx miles, an average of under 1,000 miles per year recorded by the current owner. Its original Zermatt silver color, the only optional color upgrade offered bfrom the factory (professionally re-painted several years back). displays good gloss overall. According to the new-vehicle order form, the car was optioned from Porsche of Bernardsville, New Jersey with the relatively rare front and rear sway bars. Inside, cloth-and-leather seats in black feature the original Porsche-script upholstery inserts in remarkably well-maintained, condition, free of rips, tears, discoloring and seam-separation. A period-correct Blaupunkt SQ-49 cassette/AM/FM stereo is in place, and it has been reconditioned with Bluetooth capability added. A Coverlay®dashboard cap has also been professionally installed. The removable, electrically operated pop-up sunroof (and its storage bag) is in place and operational. The factory tool roll and original, space-saving spare tire and inflator are also included. Original 15-inch “phone dial” Porsche alloy wheels wear Pirelli P6 high-performance all-season tires with more than 85% tread remaining.

The car has just undergone a comprehensive, $3,500+ servicing with a new water-pump/timing belt kit, with thermostat, associated tensioners, rollers and the like replaced. (The timing-belt tension was set to factory specifications using the ArnnWorx 920v6.1 tool Porsche Panorama magazine recently found to be the only such tool able to reliably replicate factory-specified tension settings critical to long engine life.) Other maintenance performed at the same time included a new distributor, coil and rotor; new spark plugs and wires; a power-steering hose replacement; fuel-supply hose replacement; replacement of front wheel bearings; addition of stainless-steel brake lines; brake-fluid flush; and oil, fuel and air filters changed. Rear-glass struts were not replaced to avoid stress on the window frame; the rear hatch operates manually and can be easily propped open. In addition, the car's air-conditioning was fully serviced and blows cold.

This 924S is solid, rattle-free and drives virtually as-new shifting crisply through all five gears. The exhaust note above 4,000 rpm is a delight. Since Porsche galvanized all 924 bodies, the car is virtually free of rust, including the battery tray, trunk storage areas and spare tire well. It comes with partial maintenance records (complete for all the most recent work) and original manuals (including a copy of the new-vehicle order form, VIN/option-code sticker and some maintenance stamps). An inch-thick owner's binder containing model history information, maintenance receipts, registered-owner history (4 owners in all) and related documentation is also included.

Like the earlier Porsche 912 and 914 entry-level models, the 924 has begun to appreciate. While it can be difficult to locate a solid, well cared-for 924S these days, this Zermatt silver one proves it can be done.

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Jan 17, 2019 | Odometer: 41,085

1978 Porsche 911 SC


1978 Porsche 911 SC Coupe VIN 9118200471

471th built of the L-Series out of 2,436 produced in 1978

Completed September 1977 for the 1978-year model, finished in classic black with an original beige interior. A low-mile example is in beautiful condition and in excellent mechanical condition. The 911SC's were the most durable Porsche's ever built and the way this car has held up proves this. Truly one of the best 911 Porsche's ever built and a dream to drive!


Horizontally opposed, overhead-cam, six-cylinder 3.0L flat six, aluminum engine. Capable of outputting 172 HP at 5,500 RPM with 189 ft-lb of torque at 4200 RPM. 915/61 five-speed manual transmission. The front suspension consists of MacPherson struts with single lower transverse A-arms. Rear suspension is independent with semi-trailing arms.

Porsche 911SC (1978–1983)

In 1978, Porsche introduced the new version of the 911, called the '911SC'. Porsche reintroduced the SC designation for the first time since the 356SC (as distinguished from the race engined 356 Carrera). There was no Carrera version of the 911SC. It featured a 3.0-litre engine with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection and a 5-speed 915 transmission. Originally power output was 180 bhp, later 188 bhp and then in 1981, it was increased to 204 bhp. In 1981 a Cabriolet concept car was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Not only was the car a true convertible, but it also featured four-wheel drive, although this was dropped in the production version. The first 911 Cabriolet debuted in late 1982, as a 1983 model. This was Porsche's first cabriolet since the 1965 Porsche 356. It proved very popular with 4,214 sold in its introductory year, despite its premium price relative to the open-top targa. Cabriolet versions of the 911 have been offered ever since 1983.

It was during this time, that Porsche AG decided the long-term fate of the 911. In 1979 Porsche had made plans to replace the 911 with their new Porsche 928. Sales of the 911 remained so strong, however, that Porsche revised its strategy and decided to inject new life into the 911 editions. 911 SC sales totaled 58,914 cars.

Peter W. Schutz (CEO Porsche AG 1981–1987) wrote: The decision to keep the 911 in the product line occurred one afternoon in the office of Dr. Helmuth Bott, the Porsche operating board member responsible for all engineering and development. I noticed a chart on the wall of Professor Bott's office. It depicted the ongoing development schedules for the three primary Porsche product lines: Porsche 944, Porsche 928 and 911. Two of them stretched far into the future, but the 911 program stopped at the end of 1981. I remember rising from my chair, walking over to the chart, taking a black marker pen, and extending the 911 program bar clean off the chart. I am sure I heard a silent cheer from Professor Bott, and I knew I had done the right thing. The Porsche 911, the company icon, had been saved, and I believe the company was saved with it.

Costa Mesa, California

Jan 17, 2019 | Odometer: 77,265

1996 Porsche 993


Stunning in Grand Prix White with Cashmere Leather/ Black trim. This 993 Coupe sold new by Cutter Porsche in Santa Barbara, CA 5/20/1996. Southern California car until May of 2016, we sold to Local Porsche Enthusiast. All this car’s owners have BABIED this Porsche. No expense spared. Paint, Body, and Interior, are PRISTINE ! This is a very nice example, Paint meters within correct ranges on all the sheet metal, and still has it’s original luster. Undercarriage shows as nicely as topside, remarkable car in every respect. Leather still soft to the touch, in beautiful condition. Dash, controls, etc all in pristine condition. Carfax Certified, no stories, Car set to factory RS ride height, Upgrades: Bilstein PSS-10 coil over suspension, Tarett toe links, FD Short Shift Kit, FD Golden Rod, and currently riding on OZ Wheels 18" X 10.5" / 8.5”. Meticulous maintenance, with detailed logs, specs, settings, and receipts along with Original Window Sticker, Very few faults to point out with this car, photos understate just how nice this one is ! The more you look, the more you appreciate the level of care this 993 has had. Has it’s Books, Pouch, Toolkit (complete), spare tire gloves still in wrapper, extra keys, spare tire pump is missing. Most recent owner added Full front Clear Bra and Fabspeed Modular Sport Cat X-Pipe Exhaust. Car drives like a dream and will satisfy the most discriminating buyer, this 993 is OFF THE CHARTS NICE, the more you look, the more you will like...we know you will be pleased…

Scottsdale, Arizona

Jan 17, 2019 | Odometer: 80,782