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1979 Porsche 930 Tobacco Brown Metallic

$89,900

1979 Porsche 930 Carrera Turbo Coupe for all to consider. The car is finished in its original, timeless color combination, 464 Tobacco Brown Metallic over black leather interior. The car has been selectively addressed including a high quality, glass out, re-paint. Recent services include: Engine out re-seal, new clutch kit including pressure plate and throw out bearing, new head studs, spark plugs and wires, Chain tensioner upgrade and pop off valve, motor mounts, drive belts, shifter bushings, blower motor, and main seal. Other highlights include: Outstanding exterior paint and interior, 16 inch Fuchs, excellent front and rear spoilers, excellent trim, newer tires, K2 Turbo upgrade, period correct stainless steel exhaust system etc. The car still features its original, numbers matching 3.3 liter turbo charged engine mated to its 4-speed manual transmission all harnessed by Porsche's Rack and Pinion Steering and 4 wheel ventilated disc brakes.
Car has enjoyed some nice upgrades and service in the past year that includes; battery, oil and filter, new Synchro's in all four gears, transmission fluid flush, CV boots, rebuilt rear wiper, hood supports, fog lights, clean heater system and Porsche emblem on hood. Vehicle comes with service records and a desire to go fast! This is better than any 401k investment and is destined to continue to climb in value for many years to come.
It is fair to say that all of the 70's 930 models are special. It represented a glory period for Porsche where their racetrack worthy developments were quickly implemented into their flagship 930's. The 930 was one of the fastest cars on the planet and the cars of the late 70's were comfortable race cars in luxurious leather. With the surging demand for significant Porsche's, the 79 930 leads the way for the Turbo charged era. The example offered here, in its desirable color combination, recent service and overall quality demands global consideration. The car comes complete with original owner's manual, took kit, spare and prominent service records.
Forever Alter Your Standard of Performance ~ It was the year 1973 when Porsche unveiled its soon to be produced 911 Carrera Turbo to the public at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The wider body and curvaceous hips were similar to the newly introduced Carrera RS 3.0, but the badging along with the aggressive rear spoiler made it clear that Porsche was introducing a completely new animal. The introduction of the Turbo would develop yet another Porsche tradition. Simply known as the Turbo, the car was released in the spring of 1975 and with great anticipation and much fanfare introduced to the US market in 1976. When introduced, the car featured a 3.0 liter turbocharged flat six producing 0-60 times under 5 seconds. In 1978, Porsche upgraded the engine to 3.3 liters and added an intercooler boosting the performance to 300 hp and top speeds at 165 mph making it the fastest car available for the US market. No other car of that time captured the attention of the automotive press and not enough could be written of the brutal performance and the sheer beauty that the car had to offer.


Grand Rapids, MI

Nov 22, 2019 | Odometer: 57,282

1987 Porsche 944 Turbo Black

$18,500.00

1987 Porsche 944 Turbo. The car is Black with a Burgundy interior and has approximately 90k miles. The car has had extensive work done on it in the past few years and is now a nice example of an 87 944 turbo. The car shows to have had multiple owners, one of which owned the car for 15 years. The car is far from perfect but mechanically and cosmetically it is very nice. Please remember that this is a 27 year old car and it will show some signs of aging but we do our very best to describe our cars in detail, so that the potential buyer will know what they are getting. Below is a list of the recent things that have been done to the car over the past few years and we will be glad to talk to anyone wanting additional information on the car. We also encourage all interested buyers to arrange for a pre- purchase inspection of the vehicle prior to purchasing it. Thank you for your interest in this classic 944 Turbo from Porsche.

Summary List of repairs:

10-19-2011: Transmission was rebuilt due to a 3rd gear synchro. Work done at Autobahn Porsche

11-15-2011: Front Bumper, Header panel and Rear Defusser were painted for cracking.

2-16-2012: The entire front of the vehicle was painted due to slight damage to the left front fender.

2-26-2012: A/C compressor was replaced due to failure.

4-24-2012: Timing Belt service was done, including all belts, tensioners and rollers. work done @ Autobahn Porsche.

5-21-2014: Timing Belt retension & replacement of the Front Crank Seal & O-ring. work done @ Autobahn Porsche


Fort Worth, TX

Oct 14, 2019 | Odometer: 91780

1973 Porsche 911T Light Yellow

$100,000

Lowered Price! Available for sale is this 1973 Porsche 911T in Light Yellow/62 with black leatherette interior and recaro seats.
This car received a complete restoration minus the paint. The car was completely taken apart and inspected then put back together with new seals and clean hardware.
Engine is a 2.4L mfi that is original to this car. Upgraded to hydraulic oil fed tensioners with a new clutch and flywheel. This engine has no leaks and is extremely clean underneath. A cylinder leakage test was performed with very good numbers all the way across. Throttle bodies recently done by Eurometric and mfi pump serviced by MFI Works in Oregon. Documents will be included for everything serviced and bought for this car.
The undercarriage of this car is in concourse condition. It has been completely redone back to factory specifications . Suspension components have all been refreshed or replaced. The transmission was replaced with a 911/01 from a 76 car. Transmission has been inspected and all gears shift perfectly and smooth with no grinding. New shifter bushings and sleeves also done make for a very comfortable driving experience.
A new carpet kit was installed along with a re-wrapped dash, knee pads and steering wheel. The rest of the interior is original to this car including the headliner and seats. This car has a dealer installed AC system that has been upgraded to a r134a system.
This car has won several PCA events here in Arizona with score sheets available.
PPS certificate for this car includes all the options it came with from the factory.


Tucson, AZ

Oct 14, 2019 | Odometer: 82,929

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

$22,000

1988 Porsche 924S Authentic Brumos. Matching Numbers.

Extremely Rare 1 of only 2 produced.

Clean CARFAX-Original Unrestored.

COA.

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
678.427.9506


Daytona Beach, Florida

Oct 5, 2019 | Odometer: TMU

1978 Porsche 911 Turbo 930 Minerva Blue

$136,776

Ferdinand Porsche once said I couldn't find the sports car of my dreams so I decided to build it With that being said we are pleased to be able to offer this 1978 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe with under 35k documented miles and restored to it's original factory specs! The drive train has been completely serviced and resealed by one of only a handful of Porsche's Factory Authorized Classics Dealerships in the U.S.A. Sure to please the most discriminating Porschephile this truly iconic super car of the 70's boasts a long time (28 yr) Arizona family ownership and a recent no expense spared refreshment! Fresh Full Paint in the original Factory color of Minerva Blue over a brand new Cork interior with Factory Sport Seats in Full Leather,​ Original 4 Speed Manual transmission and it is in unbelievable condition inside and out!! This 78 930 Turbo stands tall and is an Absolute testament to it's enthusiast ownership! Porsche made its first and most significant changes to the 930 for 1978 model year,​ enlarging the engine bore by 2 mm to a total displacement of 3,​299 cc (3.3 L) and adding an air-to-air inter-cooler. By cooling the pressurized air charge,​ the inter-cooler helped increase power to 300 PS (221 kW; 296 hp) at 5,​500 rpm and 412 Nm (304 lbft) of torque at 4,​000 rpm (DIN); the rear 'whale tail' spoiler was re-profiled and raised slightly to make room for the inter-cooler and the spoiler was now called the 'tea tray' spoiler. The suspension benefited from new anti-roll bars,​ use of a firmer shock absorber and larger diameter rear torsion bars. Porsche also upgraded the brakes to units similar to those used on the 917 race car. While the increase in displacement and addition of an inter-cooler increased power output and torque,​ these changes also increased the weight of the vehicle,​ especially the engine,​ which contributed to a substantial change in the handling and character of the car compared to the earlier 3.0-litre models.


Tempe, AZ

Sep 30, 2019 | Odometer: 34,887

1991 Porsche 928 S4 White

$29,900

Introducing a beautiful 1991 Porsche 928 S4 in White with Light Grey interior leather,​ clean Carfax with no accident.1991 Model designation: 928 S4 / 928 GT Engine displacement: 5.0 L Valves: Four per cylinder Power: 320 PS (316 hp,​ 235 kW) (S4) / 330 PS (326 hp,​ 243 kW) (GT)At the close of the '91 model year the S4 and GT variants were taken off the lineup and replaced with the final version of the 928. The 928 GTS debuted in late 1991 as a 1992 model in Europe. It arrived in the U.S. in the early spring of 1992 as an early 1993 model. It featured updated bodywork,​ bigger front brakes and a formidable new 5.4 L,​ 350 PS (257 kW/345 hp) engine. Porsche wasn't advertising the pricetag though. In 1995 loaded GTS models could cost more than $100,​000,​ which made them in the ranks of the most expensive cars on the road. This impacted sales even though the model had an extensive standard equipment list and impressive resume. Porsche discontinued the GTS model after only 77 models were shipped to the U.S. The white paint shows really well and retain the luster of a clean well maintained and garaged car. The interior grey leather is well kept and only minor normal wear shows on the front seats. The cooper Zeon RS3-A are in excellent shape,​ the front 225/50/16 measure 6/32 and the rear 245/50/16 measure 5/32. All Chrome wheels are free of scratches or blemishes and have no sign of oxidation. The car come with a copy of the original shop manual as well as a number of service records .The car will be delivered with one key. Let the dream you had as kid become reality with this beautiful example of a well kept and garaged 928 S4!!!

Additional Information
Rear spoiler,​ Front air conditioning,​ Cruise control,​ Memorized settings: driver seat,​ Power steering,​ Steering wheel: tilt,​ ABS: 4-wheel,​ Limited slip differential: rear,​ Power brakes,​ Cassette,​ Trip computer,​ Gauge: tachometer,​ Radio: AM/FM,​ Front fog lights,​ Wheels: alloy,​ Wheel diameter: 16 inch,​ Window defogger: rear,​ Moonroof / Sunroof: power glass,​ Power windows,​ Rear wiper,​ Side mirror adjustments: power,​ Side mirrors: heated,​ Front airbags: driver side,​ Power door locks,​ Anti-theft system: alarm,​ Front seat type: bucket,​ Passenger seat power adjustments,​ Driver seat power adjustments,​ Upholstery: leather


San Francisco, CA

Sep 28, 2019 | Odometer: 104,884

2004 Porsche 911 40 Year Anniversary GT METALLIC SILVER

$42,900

This is a 2004 40 year Anniversary 911 Porsche. There were 1,963 made world wide. The 1,963 comes from the year the 911 was first released. This car is 1139 of 1963. I am the second owner and have owned the car for 5 years. The car has been updated with the highest quality or Porsche factory OEM parts. This car has been Garage kept and never tracked.

Exterior and Engine: This car has had the IMS bearing update and not that it was needed but for cost efficiency purposes a fresh OEM clutch was replaced while the car was apart. I have 3 sets of wheels. CCW LM20s (currently on the car) HRE's and the original factory wheels. I have kept all original parts and boxed them and stored in a climate controlled garage. Only things I did not keep was the original suspension and original brakes. The car has been updated with GiroDisc brakes ( 2 piece floating rotor) on all four corners. Steel Braided lines and EBC red stuff pads. The suspension is KW fully adjustable coilovers. Rennline stainless steel tow hook. All parts upgraded due to age like the hood shocks trunk shocks were all replace with factory OEM parts. The car has Vivid racing carbon front lower lip, custom carbon side splitters, LED 996/997 updated tail lights. The engine, with only 34,832 miles has been upgraded with a OEM 82mm GT3 throttle body, IPD plenum and all Fabspeed bolt on parts such as their Carbon Intake and X pipe. This car has been dyno tuned by Excell auto group out of South Florida. The car makes 334hp 277TQ to the rear wheels. I have every invoice of everything that has been done to this car since Ive owned it in a need and organized "build sheet book" along with window sticker and Certificate Of Authenticity signed and stamped by Richard S. Ford Vice President & COO of Porsche North America.

Interior: All Rennline Parts. Complete Pedal kit and Track Mats. I did the OEM GT3 short shifter kit and GT3 RS Shifter Boot. Currently the car has Braum Seats thats I really only put in to preserve the originals that I have kept in my climate controlled home. They are in near perfect condition.

Imperfections/flaws: The car is truly in near perfect condition. The hood has one stone chip that is about 4mm in length. I did not fix it because I did not want the car resprayed.


Boynton Beach, Florida

Sep 25, 2019 | Odometer: 34,810

1981 Porsche 924 Carrera GTR 1 of 17

$Call

Proudly represented here an extraordinary example of one of the rarest Porsche available to collectors. And with only 115km on the vehicle at truly exceptional example that would make a fine example to any collection.

Porsche had strong ambitions to return to Le Mans in 1980 with the intention of running in Group 4 (Sports Cars) and decided to base the new competition car on their successful 924 mainstream model. Naturally, in order to withstand the grueling 24 hours around Le Sarthe, the full-race cars would have to be substantially different from their 'shopping' siblings. Firstly, however, Porsche had to comply with the FIA Homologation Regulations dealing with the construction and quantities produced of a relevant road-car on which the 'racer' was to be based. Earlier, in 1979, Porsche had produced a styling exercise exploring possible design elements for future road cars, and this was made public at the Frankfurt Motor Show that year. One of these design submissions involved a much more masculine and aggressive look applied to the 924 and this was well received and later, became a major influence on the shape of the new 944. However, in the meantime, it was decided to apply some aspects of the Frankfurt styling exercise to the existing 924 and the result was the 924 Carrera GT (labelled 937 and 938-rhd). As well as the more dramatic bodywork, all non-essential elements were removed from the car in an effort to reduce weight. Standard specification included a close ratio, dog-leg, 5-speed gearbox, LSD, Bilstein shock absorbers, polyurethane front and rear flared guards, a polyurethane front spoiler, and a bonnet mounted air scoop for the intercooler. With a 2-litre turbocharged engine producing 210 bhp, it will reach a top speed of 150 mph and hits 60 mph in an impressive 6.5 seconds. Porsche made 406 of the 924 Carrera GTs in 1981, including six prototypes. A step up from the GT was the GTS, of which 59 were made in the Stuttgart factory. These were more powerful than the standard Carrera GT, thanks largely to increased boost. The GTS models are distinguished by perspex headlamp covers replacing the pop-up headlights on the GT, and an intercooler in front of the engine rather than on top of it. 15 of the 59 were 'Club Sport' cars, featuring a roll cage, more power, and less weight than the regular GTS. However, the ultimate 924 in competition terms was undoubtedly the GTR, some of which were available to private customers at a cost of $75,000. Porsche built just 17 examples, of which nine either raced in or qualified at Le Mans. Other examples of the 17 GTRs were raced in Europe, the US and Japan, with one notable exception, this particular car! The GTR benefitted from Porsche's constant factory development. The intercooler was relocated to the front, as with the GTS, but was much larger, filling much of the nose of the car, and the cars were delivered from Porsche with fully integrated roll cages, fully adjustable suspension, and four-piston 935 brake calipers squeezing larger 31cm discs. The engine was a highly modified version of the 2.0litre motor used in all 924s, featuring dry sump lubrication, which helped it produce 375bhp and 299 lb/ft of torque. The figures were very impressive. Weighing 930 kilos, the GTR was good for 180mph/ 290kmh (more when aerodynamically detailed), and 0-60mph took 4.7 seconds.In 1980, Porsche entered three 924 GTRs at the 24hrs of Le Mans, finishing 6th, 12th and 13th overall, and went on to achieve an excellent class win in 1982. This amazing one owner, 109 kilometres from new, survivor has an even more incredible story to tell. One of only two cars delivered to Japan from new (the other example having been used for racing), the car was brought into the country in 1981 by Porsche importer 'Garage Italya'. In 1983, after being stored for 2 years, it was purchased by a Japanese businessman and classic car enthusiast who wanted to add it to his private collection.


Houston, TX

Sep 24, 2019 | Odometer: 115,000 km

1969 Porsche 911 Spec Race Car 3.0

$59,900

1969 Porsche non-sunroof chassis

Full cage, runs from rear engine mounts to front a-arm mounts
3.0 motor, boat tailed and polished webs, center-drilled crank, grooved bearing
Factory Porsche CIS Pistons (higher compression of the two available)
Smart Racing valve springs
46mm PMO carbs
Phase 9 mufflers and Megaphones
Smart Racing front mounted oil tank
Oil coolers in nose and fender
915 transaxle w/spool
Wevo shifter
Solid engine and trans mounts
Smart Racing re-valved Bilsteins, raised front spindles
Smart Racing swaybars
Factory 23/31 torsion bars
Elephant Racing front A-arm brass bushings
Front & Rear 304mm vented discs with 4 piston Outlaw 4000 Series calipers
Cockpit adjustable proportioning valve
Brake fluid reservoir in cockpit to monitor fluid level
22 Gal Fuel Safe endurance cell, 2013 bladder
Full halon fire system
Lightweight Odyssey battery
Lexan rear and side windows
Rear seat removed, removable panels allow access to engine/trans from inside car
Front splitter
IROC rear wing with 1 Wicker
Fuchs (7’s/8’s) 245/45/16 & 225/50/16
Kirkey road race seat
Momo wheel
Racequip window net, 5 point harness exp 2017
Safety Solutions center net
Forced air helmet fan
DL1 data logger
Extra ballast for weight management per spec
NASA Log Book

CarColor: Blue/Orange CarPreparedBy: self EngineBuiltBy: self TransBuiltBy: self CarHasRacedInToyoCup: YES CarYear: 1969
FrontGlass: glass Back: lexan SideGlass: lexan WingStyle: IROC
AirDamDoesNotStickOut: YES SponsorDecals: YES ClassDecals: YES
ThrottleStop: YES EngineSize: 3.0 PistonsAndCylinders: 3.0
InductionSystem: Webers WeberSize: 46mm ExhaustSize: 1.5 Bore: 90Stroke: 74.4 CompressionRatio: 9.3:1 StockRods: YES IntakePortSize: 39 IntakeValveSize: 46 ExhaustPortSize: 35 ExhaustValveSize: 41.5 CamType: SC SinglePlug: YES TransType: 915 RingAndPinon: 8:31 firstGearRatio: 11:35 secondGearRatio: 18:32 thirdGearRatio: 22:29 fourthGearRatio: 26:26 fifthGearRatio: 28:23
StockFlywheel: YES stockFrontControlArms: YES StockFrontMountPoints: YES
StockRearControlArms: YES StockRearMountPoints: YES FrontStrut: Bilstein
RaiseSpindle: YES StockRearShockMount: FrontSpringType


Geneva, NY

Aug 21, 2019 | Odometer: TMU

1968 Porsche 912 Soft Window Targa

$68,800

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

$179,000

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

$1,799,000

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

$24,995

● 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

$29,911

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.
Plus....it'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.

Highlights:
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)

Negatives:
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

$76,250

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

$68,500

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:

PSI/Cylinder

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

$90,000

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

$209,900

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

1975 Porsche 914 1.8 Orange Black 911 Fuchs Wheels

$26,000

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).

Upgrades:
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:

2009 Porsche 911 Racing Green

$46,720

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.

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

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

OPTION PACKAGES
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
Interior
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
Mechanical
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
Safety
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

1970 Porsche 914-6 Irish Green Luft 5

$95,914

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!

-Steve
Encinitas, CA (just north of San Diego)

MORE PHOTOS:

https://imgur.com/a/bdEbzV9


San Diego , CA

Feb 25, 2019 | Odometer: Exempt

1986 Porsche 944 Turbo Coupe

$19,977

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

$29,900

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

$56,900

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

$59,000

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

$9,650

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 https://photos.app.goo.gl/kWPkxwcmAQoARLRQ7
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

$119,500

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

$51,500

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:

ENGINE:
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

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

SUSPENSION:
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

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

EXTERIOR:
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

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

WHEELS / TIRES:
Fuchs type Front Wheels -- 7 x 16
Fuchs type Rear Wheels -- 9 x 16

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
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)

OTHER:
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.

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

Multiple SCCA/PCA Wins and Podiums

$51,500.00


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

$17,900

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

$124,900

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

$170,000

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

$14,200

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

$134,950

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.

Engine
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

Interior
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

$11,900

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

$49,500

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!

Specification

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

$57,995

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