1978 SC converted to a 1973 RSR. Car was built over five years and is daily driven in Charleston, SC. Original 3.0 liter engine was converted by Dan Jacobs to a 3.2 SS, it is paired to a rebuilt 915 transmission with Wevo shifter. Horse power is 268 which is a nice compliment to the 2,234 lbs dry weight.
Porsche 914 Outlaw. 3 Owner car. Began life as a 1.7L and remained "mostly" stock until 2019. The car was lightly restored and updated by Metalkraft Coachwerks of Cincinnati Ohio. Original, numbers matching 5 speed transaxle upgraded with a RennShift gated 5 speed shifter. The original, numbers matching 1.7L engine was rebuilt by Mark De Bernardi of Original Customs in MI. Displacement was increased to 2.1L (2056 CC) and fueled by Dual 44 Weber IDFs. Suspension upgrades include Bilstein sport shocks, rear coilover conversion, 18mm torsion bar front with 911 turbo tie rods.
Specifications in General:
Model: 1997/98 Carrera S (993)
Engine: 3.6 liter air cooled with Varioram rated 286bhp
Transmission: G50 6 speed
Top Speed: 169mph
Quantity produced: 3714
Quantity imported: 1752
Specifications for this Car:
Original engine, transmission, body, and paint
Manufacture date: 11/20/1996
Formula 1 air filter
Various chrome and brushed aluminum interior accents
ROW springs with Bilstein HD shocks
Lowered to ROW ride height
Short shifter with RS clutch and flywheel
Turbo Twist wheels
Color: Vesuvio with Steel Gray Accents
This 356 was a tourist delivery ordered by a Dentist and his wife living in Hawaii. This USA spec car was delivered at Sonauto Porsche in Paris, France, in March of 1962 with 22 factory options. The color was selected by the wife to match the color of the lagoon near their home. She had the paint mixed in Hawaii and sent to the factory where the car was painted with the owner's own paint, hence the unusual paint code of 60837 as assigned by Reuters, not Porsche. This car was featured in the Nov/Dec 2018 issue of 356 Registry Magazine. The car is presented as it was delivered new in 1962.
Factory Delivery March 1964
Electric Sunroof, Les Leston Wood Wheel, Deluxe Horn Ring, Blaupunkt Radio w/Red Tip Antenna, Hand Throttle, Headrests, Side Spears, Leitz Luggage Rack, Hella 128 Fog Lights, Chrome Wheels, Toolkit, Travel Kit
GT3 wrapped in Apple Livery Graphics
Cantrell Motorsports roll cage
Fab speed Side muffler delete exhaust
AP Racing Brake Rotors and race pads
Rennline track mats
Carbon Fiber engine cover
Agency Power Cup Shifter PDK Shift Knob
Michelin Pilot sport cup 2 tires
Why mess with Porsche perfection everything else is factory OEM.
This 1972 Porsche Targa was purchased from Brumos Porsche in 1973 as a second owner car and has been in the family for the past 47 years. The original brown color was replaced with a "Pearl White" paint in the late 70's. Also the original "T" engine was replaced with an "S" engine in the late 70's. Most of the interior has also been replaced over the years as well.
Originally sold on March 19, 1963, by Hahn Automotive in Stuttgart, and shipped to California in 1966.
The original Reutter coupe body color of Heron Gray was changed to Silver Metallic between 1966 and 1980.
One of the key differentiators of this T6 is its original 6V electric sunroof - estimated to be one of 200 still on the road.
A full restoration was performed between 1995 and 1998. During the restoration, the engine case and fan housing were painted red and upgraded to Super 90 specifications. In 2018, the case and fan housing were returned to its original color.
Lightweight derivative of Carrera T. Rear seats/belts removed/replaced with package shelf, LiPO4 battery, Ceramic brakes, lightweight exhaust, titanium lug bolts. Ultimate goal to reduce Base Weight under 3,000 lbs.
The Principle of Purity. This is 911R #259 of 991. It was originally ordered and owned by Hurley Haywood via the VIP program to match his Brumos Edition 918. Finished in White with Red Stripes, the goal was to create the poster car, with visual cues and an automatic reference to the 1967 911R. This R was ordered with Tarpan Brown Interior, Carbon Bucket Seats, Deviated Stitching, Carbon Fiber Floormats, Satin Aluminum Wheels, and most importantly, the Single-Mass Flywheel.
This low miles, yet enjoyed and driven 993 cabriolet was manufactured in the last few weeks of 911 air-cooled production. This was our second 911 and was purchased new from Don McGill Porsche in Houston TX in late 1997. This car is for the most part ALL original except for the stereo which was upgraded significantly.
This 914 is driven - it just traveled to Amelia Island from Asheville. Numbers matching original 914 with the fuel injection system still intact. It has the original date-stamped Fuchs wheels and appearance group features. COA highlights Black leatherette seats with corduroy inserts and tinted windows. Third owner car from Oregon now residing in North Carolina.
This Porsche 930 was sold new by Auto Mizzi of Montreal, Quebec in March of 1981. The car was originally finished in Mocha Brown with a brown leather interior, and was serviced by Jay Lloyds of Lloyds Autosport in Toronto prior to him buying the car in 2010. Jay then modified it in the style of the 934 race cars on which he used to work as a Porsche Race Engineer for the Zeiss Racing, Flying Tigers, Roitmeyer Racing and Lloyds Motors Racing Teams. It was further modified into the Jägermeister race replica in 2019.
I custom ordered the car when visiting the factory in Zuffenhausen in 1983. It is one of the early "Special Wishes" models. Pearl White with a Mercedes Benz dove gray leather interior. The steering wheel, shift knob and boot were also custom ordered at that time. As I have just been reunited with the car I plan to restore it to its original specs with the help of Porsche Classic.
Kelly-Moss Road & Race (KMR) "LITA" Safari build featuring:
KMR built 3.4L engine with Kinsler fuel injection and MoTeC engine management
Bill Rader Motorsports built blueprinted 915 gearbox REM polished with 7:31 R/P.
KVS Looms MIl-Spec custom chassis and engine wiring harnesses with MoTeC PDM and key pad
Custom electric dual condenser A.C. system venting through Emory Motorsports front fender louvers
KMR custom interior featuring customized fan ventilated Recaro Sportster seats
KMR custom coil over suspension featuring Exe-Tc gravel spec rally dampers and RSR style front sway bar
Purchased from a retired UF professor in 2018 with only 11,171 original miles, I am the 3rd owner.
With the help of my local Porsche mechanic we restored this 911 to operating condition. Engine was rebuilt with new cylinder head studs, everything else is original to the car.
Leather interior in saddle brown (original 'to sample').
Fuchs 15" wheels in matching white with gold trim.
Original Blaupunkt radio still plays!
Meet "Sparky" - a 1987 Porsche 924S born in May of 1986 in Neckarsuim, Germany. He got his name because he fell victim to a bad fuel line repair that caused an engine compartment fire in 2015. Fuel sprayed into his spark plug holes and WHOOSH! Get it…spark plugs…fire...Sparky!
Sparky was rescued as an insurance company "total loss" and repaired by 924S944.com in DeLand, FL. He only has less than 60,000 original miles, and is almost completely original as delivered. He is a daily driver, but represents 924S944.com at PCA events and other shows.
Backdated to a 1974 IROC / RSR tribute it's more of an Outlaw 911 benefiting from lightweight parts including Lexan rear 1/4 windows, fiberglass front & rear bumpers, roof cap and bonnet with reduced scale IROC wing. It currently weighs about 2100 lbs powered by a 3.2 liter motor mated to a 915 gearbox pushing out nearly 240 HP. Porsche 930 brakes, Tarrett Racing suspension, Bilstein shocks and a distinctive European exhaust note. Custom fabricated carbon fiber dash, Sparco seats, Momo Steering wheel, RSR door panels and many Rennline upgrades adorn the interior. RSR finished Fuchs wheels.
Very well sorted and tastefully upgraded 1992 911/964 Carrera 2. This is a Special Wishes (Paint to Sample) Midnight Blue Metallic paint color. It has the original G50-5 speed manual transmission. It has had nearly all of the "RS-like upgrades" completed. KW V3 suspension and adjusted ride height, Speedline Wheels, Light Weight flywheel, Steve Wong Chip, Cat delete & custom exhaust, and nearly all 964 engine drama has been addressed. The car just gotten a complete new interior including navy contrast stitching & piping. All original tools, documentation and paperwork are in hand.
One of 1812 Targas produced for 2003.
IMS Solution - oil fed bearing replacement, Fister exhaust, deep sump oil pan,
black console to compliment deviating carpet color option, clear side marker lights
White with Carrera red leather & red cabriolet roof. 400 hp, AWD, PDK, sport exhaust, ceramic coated 20” sport design wheels, Porsche dynamic light system (PDLS), multi-function steering wheel, PASM, power sports seats (14-way), BOSE audio, premium pkg, aluminum-look gas filler cap, Rennline wheel spacers, Zunsport grill guards.
This three-owner C4S has <19,000 miles. People gather to compliment its appearance before I can exit the driver’s seat!
For 2020 a tour of the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, is planned.
Built in Zuffenhausen, Germany.
This 924S Special Edition is one of the most rare Porsches ever produced. Of the 980 produced worldwide, five hundred came to North America. All North America versions were black with sunroof delete, power mirror and power window delete, adjustable front suspension, big sway bars and other deletes and options to make it a performance model.
This particular SE has less than 30K miles with original paint, carpet and unique grey flannel cloth seats and door panels. It is possibly the lowest mileage 924S SE outside of the Porsche museum in Germany. It is an original survivor car.
This car was imported into the US by the owner of "Monster Cables" (car audio wires) in the mid-90s and was subsequently filled with an over-the-top stereo. At some point, the car was left to languish in the Western sun, which took its toll on the paint and interior. I purchased the car in 2014 and given its condition, decided to turn it into an Outlaw/hotrod. Many items, such as the AC and heat equipment have been stripped to lighten the car. Other notable mods: Recaro Pole Positions, Wevo shifter, Fifteen52 Outlaw wheels, and Elephant Racing coilovers on all 4 corners.
1992-968 Canadian model. 60Miles original and complete with detailed history.
Well loved and drives as new. Arrived from Edmonton via Dallas and Raleigh. Loves to live at 100MPH. A joy to drive, one of the best balanced cars Ive driven and amazing for a 28 year old car. Never a four cylinder fan but I love this one. You don't appreciate how capable this car is until it is pushed. I find myself constantly looking for the twists. A true joy to drive and puts a smile on my face every time. Could use a supercharger but I love the simplicity. It reminds me of the 6 cyl E-Types, ahead of its time.
This Carrera GT hibernated for 46 years in a garage in 1969 in Brooklyn New York and was taken out in 2016. It still has it's original paint, interior and engine.
In the last 3 years it has covered 15,000 miles in various rally events all over the USA. Winning numerous awards for it's preservation and performance, it is one of the few completely original surviving Carrera's known to exist. Nick Clemence of European Collectables found the car and I was fortunate to have him pass the car on to me.
This car gets more smiles than any car I have ever owned.....enjoy.
Spec'd out for competition this GTS has a 6-speed manual transmission, PTV (selective rear wheel braking for turn-in), Sport Suspension (no PASM) and no convenience or NAV options.
As allowed by SCCA autocross rules the car has been upgraded with a GT3 front sway bar, GT4 shifter and an aggressive alignment. At the 2019 Porsche Parade in Boca Raton this car won its class at the Palm Beach International Raceway autocross.
Besides being autocrossed and D.E.'d regularly, this Cayman GTS is my daily driver with over 25,000 miles.
This is # 255 of the total 717 production for 1977.
The car is one of only 16 Peru Red examples for 1977.
This 3-owner car was acquired in 2005, via Norfolk, VA, via Santa Barbara, CA.
100 % original paint with 112,000+ miles. Interior is 'as delivered' except for the seat inserts and the custom sport wheel. The over-complicated Bamberg radio is also original to the car.
Brakes, wheels and exhaust have all been upgraded, as this was my track car for the first 5 years.
Purchased new by a doctor in Birmingham, AL. and was used as his daily driver for many years. Later was owned by a restaurant owner in Albertville, AL., I purchased in October 2018. This car came with many options including "S" front spoiler, F&R sway bars, Koni shocks, "S" front brakes, air conditioning, electric sunroof. This car still retains it's original numbers matching magnesium engine and transmission. No performance modifications.
This 1963 Carrera 2 is one of 436 chassis initially assigned by Porsche to be a Carrera model during the years '62-'65. This model featured then new 2 liter, 4 cylinder, 4 camshaft, twin plug, air-cooled engine producing 157hp SAE. This Carrera also features the annular disc brake system, a Porsche first on a production 356. The Carrera 2 was the most powerful production Porsche 356 ever built, achieving a top speed of 130mph and acceleration 0-60mph in about 8 seconds. This Carrera has been restored to the original German specifications (color and options) by its third and current owner.
This European 911 was imported into the United States in 1985 as a new car in the state of Texas.
Powered by a 3.2 liter horizontally opposed flat 6 cylinder producing 231 bhp, chipped now producing 250 bhp.
This light weight 911 with Ruf style front and rear bumpers, Duck tail spoiler and full Martini Racing livery is a tribute to how much fun Porsches are to own and drive!
This is a 1953 Porsche 356 cabriolet . I originally owned this car when I was in college in 1971. The car was sold and I acquired it back in 2005 The restoration took about a year and a half. The car was featured in the Wall Street Journal my ride in 2018
The 914 has been owned by the Saxton family for 41 years. Danny purchased it in 1978. Martha & Jack (Danny's Parents) bought it in 1979. Martha drove it for 10 years. She was a school teacher. Her students thought it was great and the local news paper wrote an article about her, photo and all. Beverly (Danny's sister} bought it in 1988 when Martha retired and drove it until 1993. The 914 sat in storage until 2017 when it was given to Cathy. It is a work in progress, Danny finally got it running last summer in time for OcteenerFest. It is a survivor and not restored. It's now set up for AutoX
Originally sold in Orlando, FL this 914 spent most of its life in FL. In 2005 the car made its way to GA where I purchased it in 2006. In my care this car has been subject to a systematic repair and restoration plan. From 2007 to 2008 the interior was brought back to '71 condition. In 2015 the body had its rust removed and all previous body repairs corrected followed by a new coat of Guards Red. The suspension was completely rebuilt at the same time. The correct color carpeting was added in 2016. Correct for the year, Pedrinni (001) wheels came in 2017 and bumpers replaced in 2018/2019.
PCA's featured car at the "Porsche Effect Exhibit" Petersen Museum in LA (Jan 2018-Mar 2019) As well as the cover car Panorama #732
This C.C. is 1 of 20 build with 7 speed and 1 of 8 with a Full Glass Sunroof and includes the Extended Club Coupe Pkg
Shortly after taking delivery I sold the car due to a Cancer scare. In Feb 2016 Richie Horowitz from NYC purchased the car.
Richie and I became close friends and in Aug 2019 he told me he was "GIFTING" the car back to me as he knew I would enjoy having the car back and would drive it as I had meant when I build it
"Its not the car its the people"
Rust free/collision free 1975 914 Chassis taken to bare metal. Chassis reinforced like factory 914-6/GT race cars. Lightweight 911-S alloy brake calipers, 911 front suspension with Bilstein shocks and Weltmeister anti-sway bar. Reinforced rear trailing arms with Bilstein shocks and Wavetrac LSD. John Forbes ( Black Forest Racing ) custom built 3.2 engine with CP- Carrillo forged 10.5:1 pistons and high performance custom camshafts. John Forbes built engine to make approximately 260 HP on 93-octane pump gas with cylinder head work and ARP fasteners. Pirelli Trofeo R tires with 7/8 inch wheels.
This Limited Edition LE Can Am "Creamsicle" is 1 of only 500 and just the 12th LE ever made. LEs are the rarest production 914s made over a few weeks in early 1974 in 2 liveries of 500 each; Creamsicle and Bumblebee. Just 167 Bumblebees remain and only 105 Creamsicles exist, making them the most scarce of the rare LE Can Am cars. An authentic stock survivor, this LE has never been restored, only maintained to continue to be driven with its 1974 Duval tag. Built on 14 Feb 1974, it is appropriately named "Valentine".
// Jax Air-Cooled Klub - JAX's Vintage Air-Cooled Porsche/VW Klub (on FB & IG)
This Limited Edition LE Can Am "Creamsicle" is 1 of only 500 and just the 12th LE ever made. LEs are the rarest production 914s made over a few weeks in early 1974 in 2 liveries of 500 each; Creamsicle and Bumblebee. Just 167 Bumblebees remain and only 105 Creamsicles exist, making them the most scarce of the rare LE Can Am cars. An authentic stock survivor, this LE has never been restored, only maintained to continue to be driven with its 1974 Duval tag. Built on 14 Feb 1974, it is appropriately named "Valentine". // Jax Air-Cooled Klub - JAX's Vintage Air-Cooled Porsche/VW Klub (on FB & IG)
This 914 was my first Porsche purchased in the mid-80s. From 2013-2015 the car was transformed into a 914-6 GT replica. It now has a healthy 3.2l Carrera engine with Steve Wong chip, 964 cam profile, lightened flywheel, and auxiliary oil cooler. Harvey Weidman widened the wheels and anodized them in an RSR finish. Front suspension and brakes (vented rotors) are 911 sourced. The seats were built by GTS Classic Seats. The wheel flares are steel.
Purchased to drive
Entered in 3 previous concours
Werks reunion 2019
Chattanooga Winterfest 2019
Porsche Parade Boca Raton 2019
Driven with Alabama Porsche Club on several drives including Tail of the Dragon
Recent upgrades: Victor Equipment Wurttemburg Wheels
Vredestein (Frankenstein) Tires
1988 911 Factory Widebody M491. This car has low miles (28k miles) it also has the G50 transmission. This car was originally purchased in Chicago and spent most of its life there in storage. The car is mostly stock but has had some changes made over the years. The interior was originally red but was changed to black at some point in its life. It also has had the gauge faces, mirrors and wheels changed.
ONE of ONE in the World!
The C4 Lightweight was a pet project of Jurgen Barth's back in early 1990. Barth decided to take 953/954/959 under pinning's, strip down a 964, and make a world-class rally car! Over the course of 2 years, Barth's small team hand built 22 of these special cars...and made ONE BLACK car!
#015 is a 100% original, never raced Lightweight that has been in the hands of collectors since it's entry into the U.S. Stunningly fast with shortened gears and a curbweight of only 2,300lbs, this is a true Porsche Factory race machine...that I actually drive on the street!
1979 “Ruby” was acquired and became my gateway to PCA.
1981 Porsche Parade Ashville - Ruby had a respectable showing in the Concours and won her class in the Autocross.
1983 Porsche/Corvette autocross Charlotte Motor Speedway - Ruby found the front wall at the track. For the following two years Ruby was methodically taken apart and rebuilt from the inner workings of the engine to her shiny exterior. Not a bolt, wire or piece was left untouched.
2016 Ruby was selected as “Club Car of the Month” and placed on display at PCNA in Atlanta.
Ruby will always remain one of my most prized possessions.
Purchased new on July 2, 1976 from Gardner Motors in Bernardstown, NJ this 911S was nicely optioned and finished in a unique Ice Green Metallic.
This 911S was ordered with Fuch wheels, leather sport seats, appearance package, and leather steering wheel. In early 2009, the original 2.7 liter motor was replaced with a 3.2 liter from a 1987 Carrera. The original gearbox was retained and little else was changed.
Now fully sorted with a few updates, this 911S is set up for vintage rallies and tours.
This car illustrates it's not the number of owners that matters, but how the owners care for it. I am the 11th owner. It has been owned by a PCA National President, been tracked, had its engine rebuilt twice, separated & later re-united with its MFI, featured in Esses magazine and lived in NC, CO, WA, TX, IA and TN. Loved by all owners, it has held on to its originality.
In less than a year with me it was tracked at Sonoma, ran Targa California and driven to Amelia Werks. It has indeed lived a full life.
The '72E is quicker to 60 mph and 1/4 mile than the S or T.
Body and Chassis, Carbon Fiber GT fenders with doors, engine cover, hood, thrunk, roof &bumpers. Chassis stiffeners throughout. 3/4 cage, no halo. Roof still removable. 930 Bilsten front struts with 22mm torsion bars and a 19mm tarett drop link sway bar, koni coilover rear shocks with five lug 15 inch 7&8's Fuchs.
Motor, 1978 911 SC 3 liter completely rebuilt with a 930 oil pump J&E pistons, new revision S cams and 46mm PMO carburators. Fuel Safe cell on pump gas.
Transmission, 901 Gear box with alum, intermediate plate. Quailfe limited slip differential and external oil cooler
Originally sold in 1986 at Brumos Porsche in Atlanta, GA this 951 now calls Massachusetts home. This all-original car wears shiny red paint under whats now a wrap, as a tribute to Brumos and Hurley Haywood (check out the signed visor). The car runs the same as it did off the factory floor and is driven with both love and aggression as designed. In October, the car was driven on the 800-mile Great American Mountain Rally where it finished 4th in its class. For this year's Werks the car travelled 1800 miles on the Hagerty Amelia or Bust Tour with lots of stories and weather along the way.
2002 911 Turbo (996) | Lapis Blue Metallic with Savannah Beige Interior | Purchased in 2018 from Parkhaus1 | Color matched center console | H&R Street Performance Coilovers | BBS LM Wheels, Custom Gold Finish with Black Hardware and Polished Lip: 19x8.5 +50ET and 19x12 +44ET | Toyo T1-R Tires: 235/35/19 and 315/25/19
Cabriolet- Black interior with yellow trim earned her the nickname: FIREFLY
She has a 3.8 Liter twin turbocharged boxer 6 engine making 580 HP
There is much more, but we let FIREFLY speak for herself !!!!!!
PCA : Georgia , Ocmulgee Region
When I purchased my Carrera, which was a dream of some 45 years, I had no idea the experience would lead in so many directions. In 2018 I participated in some autoX events after a 22 year absence from the sport. 2019 started with driving it to the 24 hrs. of Daytona, meeting my son there, meeting like-minded people, and enjoying the event despite the miserable weather. Back down to FL for Amelia Island Werks Reunion, Cars & Coffee, & the d'Elegance. Then to Porscheplatz for the Sebring 12 hours, CPA's Hershey Swap Meet, Crab fest, & great people in between with great stories. It continues.
This actively vintage raced. 'real' 914-6 is race prepped yet unmolested.
No widened fender flares, interior still installed other than floor mats, original AM/FM radio still mounted and it works. Oil cooler added in front, but no chopping of the car to get air through the cooler.
The suspension , brakes and drive-train have all been upgraded and safety equipment added, fuel cell in stock location, bolt in roll cage, racing seat on existing stock seat mounts.
The 'race prep' makes the car competitively fun and yet
very drive able on the public highway.
The RS America is a limited edition, lightened, performance 911 Carrera made for the 1993 and 1994 model year. Seven hundred and one examples of this model were made during this period. This particular model has three of the four factory offered options, including AC, sunroof and limited slip differential. When this car was initially introduced it was the cheapest 911 available and sold for $10,000 less than a fully equipped C2. Today the market value of an RSA is $10,000 higher than a C2 in similar condition with similar mileage. This RSA is currently used for touring and car shows.
This 1967 Porsche 911 was sold by Stoddard Imported cars in Willoughby, Ohio and remained local ever since. The car was purchased in 2015 in a state of disrepair. It was then meticulously restored to its original factory condition over a 3 year period by Across the Pond Restoration. Chuck Stoddard was used as a resource for the restoration and he remembered having sold the car when new. This is an all numbers matching car with a desirably optioned interior.
Originally a 1.7L car, This 914 is powered by a 3.2L 1988 Carrera flat six paired with a 915 manual gear box. The transaxle features a 40% locking rear differential and was installed with a Vellios side-shift linkage. This conversion wears butt-welded steel fenders on all four corners and sports 993 cup wheels with Caymen brakes up front and the original 914 setup in the rear. The car is equipped with Boge front shocks and Koni inserts along with Koni coilovers at the rear.
During the 7 years of production for the Porsche 914 approximately 119,000 cars were produced.
In late 1969, the 1970 Porsche 914 was introduced . 1975 was the only year that Copper Metallic color was available, making it one of the most rare colors produced by Porsche. This car still maintains its numbers matching original engine and transmission. A 5-lug suspension and Fuchs wheels replace the original 4-lug hubs and wheels.
2.4 twin plugged six cylinder aluminum case, Carrillo rods, high compression pistons, ported and polished heads, numerous modifications to the case, headers not heaters, sport muffler. Adjustable coilovers with Bilstein shocks, Setrab rear oil cooler with fans and NACA duct to oil cooler. Front 944 turbo brakes, 14" Fuchs, heated plaid seats, roll cage, fuel cell, aluminum space saver spare tire, small AMG battery moved to rear trunk, rare spare tire gas can. VDO 10K tach with shift light, removable Momo steering wheel, cup holder in place of ash tray, Sirius radio. 914 as a R Gruppe car.
The GT2s are Porsche's fastest road going 911s.
Engine 3.6 L Twin Turbo 6 Cylinder
Current Specifications: 640 HP, 540 Lb/Ft Torque
3175 Lb. Rear Wheel Drive
6 Speed Manual Transmission
Max Speed 204 m/h.
Over 14,000 Track Miles
The is modified with Porsche Upgrades.
Front Fenders are carbon fiber with GT3RS Louvers.
Rear Wing raised and 911R Lower Diffuser for aerodynamics.
It is regularly used for Driver Education events at Sebring,
Road Atlanta, Daytona and other Road Courses.
Over 175 mi/hr. at Daytona!
Always driven to the track.
I am a DE Instructor - PCA Suncoast FL.
The 1986 944 RS was built in Jupiter, FL in 1995 to compete in the upcoming SCCA Longest Night 24HR at Moroso Motorsports Park. The RS finished 10th in the inaugural Longest Night and went on to compete in 3 more 24 HR races at Moroso as well as enduro's at Daytona, Homestead and Sebring.
The RS lay dormant inside a race trailer in Jupiter after a Sebring enduro in Oct 2002 until Sep 2019. With little more than service, the RS was raced at Roebling Road Raceway in February and will be raced extensively this year, culminating with the Classic 24 at Daytona.
Porsche, there is no Substitute.
The car is an exercise in extreme modification of a 914 for racing. It started life as a 914-4, and was completely striped and build to it's current configuration. Engine is a 2.8 liter build using RSR pistons and cams, factory mechanical fuel injection, twin plugged. Brakes are 930 turbo custom installed. Rear wheels are one offs build specifically for the offset. The body kit is a Sheridan, the front clip and rear quarter panels can be removed. Car was on display at Porsche Car of North America for several years.
The original owner took delivery of this heavily optioned "S" at the factory in July of 1971. It was a graduation gift from his father for completing law school there in Germany and was driven around Europe for two months before being shipped to its home in Virginia.
The current owner acquired the car in 2005 and completed its long-tern slow restoration in late 2016.
It was repainted in its original Irish Green and the brown leather interior was restored by Autobahn Interiors.
It retains its original matching numbered MFI engine and its LS equipped transmission.
The car is an original factory 914-6 with numbers matching engine and chassis (9140432228). The engine has 911E pistons and cylinders with E cams and PMO carbs with 123 Ignition. It was dynoed at 175 bhp. The mechanicals were all restored three years ago by Flat6Innovations. The interior and paint are from an older cosmetic bare metal restoration in 1978/79. I’ve owned the car since February 1976.
Built By: Bowman Vintage Restoration LLC
Full rotisserie restoration performed, paint and body work was done, Axalta ChromoPremier Single Stage paint. In house interior full tan leather, Germany square weave carpet, Heated seat elements incorporated into the original seats. Custom Aluminum bumper trim, and fog light covers. Original engine and transmission rebuilt by Dave Brown. All suspension was powder coated, bolts where re-zinc gold plated, Elephant Racing poly bushings used threw out build, Flat6 illumination projector headlights, Painted steel wheels, tires an alignment by Killian Tire.
A tribute to the 1st generation 911 Speedster that Porsche never made.
Stan Townes created the original in the early 1970’s. Later on, Al Holbert and His long time friend Tim Everett had ideas for Porsche’s concept Speedster. Al’s untimely death delayed everything until the early 1990’s, when Tim Everett launched “In Memory Motors” to build Speedsters based on 911 Targa or Cabriolet components. Proceeds were used to fund the Alvah R. Holbert Memorial Scholarship at Lehigh University.
This car is based on a 1971 911E Targa and is an expression of what an early 911 Speedster could have been.
Techart wheels, Fabspeed exhaust, Renn Line front & rear truss braces, Eibach springs, TPC rear stabilizer, Euro spec front sport stabilizer, duroflex front spoiler, Center radiator from Porsche, Renn Line front smile, LNEngineering engine components
1974 Carrera USA number 512 of 528 produced. Gulf blue paint is original as is its color to sample full leather interior. Demaria Porsche Audi in Miami is where it was originally sold and it remained in Miami for 45 years. Engine was prepared to RSR spec's by Bud Styles, a famous Porsche mechanic in Miami in 1975. It remained in the collection of Ernie Renzetti of Ernie's Alloys since 1975. Ernie loved this car. He owned it for 40 tears except for a brief time that he sold it to me in 1985 till 1988, at which time I sold it back to him. Ernie passed in 2012 and it's my turn to wash it again
An Outlaw build by CBC Werks and BVR Restoration. 3.5 Ltd. Motec engine w JenV ITBs. Elephant Racing suspension, coil overs, bushings, etc. Braid seats w specially matched leather interior. 385 HP, 260 level torque from 2800-7000rpm. 915 Transaxel. Custom stainless exhaust by CBC with Burns collectors, 2,123 lbs corner balanced, 9 and 11 wheels w Special 15” Michelin’s, 944Turbo brakes, Glasruit Gulf Blue paint, TRE front fenders and hood, steel rear flares, dyno video, rotisserie nut and bolt build to highest standard with best parts available. RSR fiberglass engine shrouds, front oil cooler,
One of about 1.600 997 GT3 RS 3.8, Mk II.
Powered by the legendary "Mezger block".
Carrara white with contrast decals and rims in guards red.
Club sport package.
No PDK, no air suspension, no full leather, no panoramic glass roof, no electric power.
Only emoition, driving pleasure and Porsche Grinsen
We are twins. The blue and the white 911 GT3 RS from Porsche City Leipzig
One of about 1.600 997 GT3 RS 3.8, Mk II.
Powered by the legendary "Mezger block".
Aqua blue metallic with contrast decals and rims in guards red.
Club sport package.
No PDK, no air suspension, no full leather, no panoramic glass roof, no electric power.
Only emoition, driving pleasure and Porsche Grinsen
We are twins. The blue and the white 911 GT3 RS from Porsche City Leipzig
Car was purchased new at Brumos Porsche of Jacksonville, Florida. Spent 25 years of its life owned by a PCA member in the Jacksonville area. It retains all factory options from new and the correct appearance. No modifications, well maintained, with low mileage. It’s been trouble free and a joy to own and drive. It comes in Grand Prix White with Black Leather interior, LSD, Power Seats, Stuttgart Radio and Cruise Control.
This 1963 Coupe with Super engine is an all numbers matching car with original engine, transmission, and body panels per Kardex file. The engine was rebuilt at about 78,000 miles and increased displacement to 1750. I recently completed a full restoration including removal of all interior and exterior components and stripping body to bare metal. Car was repainted to original Porsche silver, all chrome was rechromed, new interior by Autos International. Reassembly included new brakes, cylinders, Koni shocks, rubber trim at glass, rebuilt gages, all engine sheet metal repainted and more.
This is a limited edition 914 created to promote Porsche's Can-Am racing program.
Only 1000 were made.
500 with the Creamsicle color scheme, and 500 Black & Yellow 'Bumblebees'.
Each came with a 2.0 litre fuel-injected engine and most of the 914 options as standard equipment.
These options included a Cam-Am lower front spoiler, sway bars (front & rear), center console with gauges, Mahle aluminum wheels, and negative Porsche stripes.
The 914 limited edition Can-Am cars are among the most prestigious and collectible of all factory produced 914s.
This is a unique European version "Flachbau" or Slope Nose car with the Turbo Wide Body, downforce enhancing rocker panels and 930 style rear wing, nicknamed "the picnic table", along with classic style BBS wheels, and only 81,000 original miles.
Tarted-up base Carrera. Step-son to Joe Waunsche, owner of award-winning 996 Turbo at 2019 Werks. Notable car prominence also includes feature on #1320 Instagram page. Future modifications include half-cage, dope steering wheel, & roof rack. But hey, never too soon to give the car the award now! This car's owner has been to DRT Miami, PECATL, Luft 5, Nopi Nationals, and seen Ford vs Ferrari, Learning to Race in the Rain, and every Fast and Furious movie. Mimosas are in frunk if that'll sway your vote. Never give up: the longer it takes, the longer it lasts. "Pop clutch; one-hunnit!" - Gandhi
FL car, third owner, fresh restoration by Andy Daugherty. Blasted to bare metal with the nose, longitudinals, floor pan, battery box & door skins replaced. Transmission: new synchronizers, tall fourth gear. Engine: big bore kit, modified cam, Solex carbs, full-flow oil filter. Electrical: YNZ harness, 12V conversion, electric tach, all LED lights, hidden antenna, modern radio with USD, Bluetooth, electric fuel pump backup. Autos International interior, Fat Man insulation, & Palo Alto gauges. Wheels: 15” chromed aluminum 5.5“ Front, 6” Rear. Tinted Glass. Talbot Mirrors. Parts by Stoddard
Unrestored survivor with all original paint, interior and matching numbers 2.0L engine and transmission.
Driven only 5,500 miles from new but it’s now regularly driven on the Blue Ridge Parkway and we just drove the car to Amelia Island from Western NC!
Previously owned by the Brumos Museum.
A true period built hot rod, this car was modified for performance in 1979 with the addition of a nearly new 3.0 from a donor car then fitted with performance cams, Weber 40 IDA carbs and dual outlet exhaust. The rest of the car remains in its original condition, largely untouched since the 1970s. The Sepia paint and trim is original as is the interior trim including upholstery and carpet.
The car was sold new and spent its life in Phoenix. Out of commission in the previous owners garage for 30 years, the car and its original and complete 2.4 MFI motor now reside in Sarasota, Florida.
1959 356A Hardtop-Soft Top Cabriolet. Car was special order and purchased new at Precision Motor Cars, Beverly Hills, CA. Living most of its life in the greater Los Angles area until the second owner purchased it 18 years ago where it then resided in Napa Valley. Car is a complete matching numbered car, including engine, transmission, all body panels and all wheels. The wood Nardi wheel is as supplied by Porsche. Still retains its California Black Plate. Car is quite original with only one repaint in its light ivory color. Interior is finished in red (ox blood) leather
Early 2006 production Cayman S with great combination of the Arctic Silver Metallic exterior and the Cocoa interior.
2nd owner - purchased in 2008 with 24K miles.
Vehicle still has under 40K miles.
Driven to Florida Crown Region club events, and always a participant in local Concourse events.
This vehicle is maintained as stock original as possible.
The engine and underside of this vehicle might be as clean as the exterior!
Recently restored, the 1972 914 has new paint in the original silver metallic, a rebuilt 2.0 liter engine, and new seat upholstery in red Porsche tartan cloth. The car is outfitted with Pedrini wheels, powder coated in red to match the engine grill, gauge panel, and other trim. The trunk rack allows travel with matching tartan travel bags. The car was built to drive.
our car is originally from Greenville sc and was purchased by us over 20 years ago. It has been extensively modified using parts collected over the past 40 years. We still own a 914LE , bumble bee since 1980. Using early 911 parts to mount 5 lug Fuchs including struts and brakes. 914-6 rear brakes. The interior is accented with houndstooth fabric inserts on Scheel sport seats. Far too many motor modifications to list here. Finally, the body tries to replicate a European car with lighting, bumpers and insignia.
Vehical was brought back from a rusted state to what you see primarily by the owners own skill and capability over a period of 5 years. We published a book with photo history of the project for the show.
This Matching numbers Targa was bought disassembled in boxes with the body on a spit, needing much welding.
The restoration was primarily completed by the owner over a period of 5 years.
Please take a look at the photo history of the project
Original 914-6 from 1970. Went in for fresh paint 2 1/2 years ago, and returned after 24 month full nuts and bolts rotisserie restoration. Updated original motor 2.3L displacement. Updated suspension with Tarrett Engineering components, lowers car to European height with a gentle forward rake, suitable for track, auto cross. The exhaust pipe and lower rear valence modified to accommodate the owner’s taste for motor sports.
Of multiple Porsche’s owned the this Wisconsin gentleman, this is both his favorite and loudest grocery getter.
Porsche built 1,960 Boxster RS 60 Spyders in 2008 as a tribute to the Sebring and Targa Florio winning 718 RS 60 from 1960.
The car is painted in GT Silver Metallic over Carrera Red just like the works 718 RS 60.
Design cues from historic Porsche race cars, like the absent instrument bezel cover, are evident throughout.
Besides the visual differences the RS 60 Spyder came from the factory with an uprated "S" engine, suspension and aero modifications.
This example is a one owner low mileage vehicle.
“Jellybean” was restored from 1993-1996 by owners Casey Clavin and Vic Koch. They self performed bodywork, paint, interior and component restoration. The paint was done in an open carport and the leather is an original interior from another car. They drove the car to many 356 Registry Holidays including both East and West Coast in 1998, winning first place. Michael purchased Jellybean for Kelly as a surprise wedding present in 2003. She has covered about 30,000 miles since her restoration.
Original Tartan interior and paint color per COA, including the Black headlight trim rings. First year for the 911SC. Retired race car
Quaife Diff, Short gears, Race suspension, Balanced and blue-printed engine, Euro P&C's, Titanium keepers, SSI's, full leather interior upgrade, Tartan RS door panels, back seat delete, Fiberglass Duck tail and front valance. Color-matched Turbo FUCHS.