We are very grateful to have this car. We loved the 997 Sport Classic, of which there were only 250 built but not offered for sale in the U.S. And have always wanted a '73 Carrera RS. So when the 992 Sport Classic was announced, we were all over pursuing the opportunity to buy one.
Thanks to help from Porsche Monterey, we secured an allocation AND a paint-to-sample production slot AND European Delivery. Linden Green / Chartreuse was an obvious choice for us, paying homage to the 23 RS Carreras originally painted in this color. Our car also has a couple Sonderwunsch Pepita features.
2007 997.1 GT3 RS was a tribute to the last RS produced in 1972 and also marks the 35th Anniversary of that famous RS monniker. Only 1168 cars were made worldwide and only 410 cars were built in all of North America. Of the 410 cars built in North America and Canada, there were only 52 made in the current Green color shown. This was said to be due to a production issue with the paint from the factory so Porsche discontinued Green late in 2007. This US example shown here is one of only 25 ever produced with the Carbon Ceramic brakes. Current mileage is 11,780.
Purchased for my son and I to enjoy together. The Porsche 997.2 GT3 RS is a legendary sports car that has captured the hearts of enthusiasts worldwide. Renowned automotive journalist Chris Harris once expressed his profound admiration for this remarkable machine, stating that if he could have only one car, it would be the 997.2 GT3 RS. With its engaging driving experience, precise handling, and exhilarating performance, the GT3 RS stands as a true driver's car. This car has become a popular item in the family and I’m constantly asked by the kids “Can we take the RS!?!?” Yes! Yes indeed!
#87 OF #200 MANUFACTURED - 1954 PRE-A "PROTOTYPE" SERIES.
RECIPIENT OF THE "SPIRIT OF 1000 MIGLIA MEDAL" FOR "BEST PRESERVED CAR" @ 2022 WERKS REUNION, MONTEREY, CA
RUETTER PRODUCTION CERTIFICATE
519 MAGNESIUM SYNCHRONIZED TRANSMISSION #4567 h 5 (UNTIL #126)
TYPE 546 2-PIECE 1500 MAGNESIUM MOTOR
BUILT ON A CABRIOLET CHASSIS
NO GAS GAUGE (DIPSTICK)
NO TILT SEATS (UNTIL #117)
FUEL COCK UNDER DASH (UNTIL #127)
NO ANTI SWAY BAR (UNTIL 1955)
6-VOLT ELECT SYSTEM
3.25" X 16" WHEELS
LOW-BOY TOP (1954 ONLY)
280MM ALUM DRUM BRAKES
4-POST VOLT REG
BLUNT NOSE HOOD HANDLE
A California car.
Purchased the summer of 2015 from a retired Apollo Nasa engineer in Ben Lomond. I am the 3rd owner. Original colors: Yellow, Gold, Guards Red.
My first 911 & first time building a hotrod. I have always wanted a 911 since first sighting a Turbo on the streets of Carmel in the mid 70's. All fabrication & machining done by owner on weekends and late nights took over 4 years.
Features: Trunk carpet & engine liner hand sewn by my great wife, Custom interior, '82 275hp 3.0 small port, Modified 964 intake, custom ITB adapters & linkage, AEM ECU, KW V3 shocks, GT3 Exhaust.
2.5 Liter Turbrocharged Flat-Four
7 Speed PDK Gearbox
Sport Chrono Package
Sport Exhaust System
Black Tinted Headlamps & Taillights
GT Sport-Steering Wheel
Matte 20 Inch Carrera S Wheels
Carbon Fiber Interior
Carbon Fiber Exterior Accents
As a Monterey Bay resident, Hwy 1 to Big Sur, Monterey's Jacks Peak and Laureles Grade are my playground.
I have entered my 911 Turbo-S into numerous PCA Club Shows, Rallies and Racetrack events. I drive it weekly through our Utah mountains to enjoy over 13,000 fun miles. Making sure regular maintenance , worn parts and highend detailing is completed to keep this Turbo-S in the same condition as when it rolled off the assembly line in Germany.
Full Leather Truffle Brown Interior, Chalk Deviated Stitching, Sport Design Pkg. & Side Skirts, 930 Leather Pkg., Interior in Paldao Wood, Adaptive Cruise Control, Bose Sound system, Dynamic LED Light System Plus, Porsche Sport Exhaust, Sport Chrono Pkg., PCM 6.0, Nav Plus,Power Sport Heated & Ventilated Seats, 8-Speed Doppelkupplung (PDK), 20"/21" Carrera S Wheels, Brakes: 6-Piston Monoblock Front & 4-Piston Monoblock Rear, Porsche Stability Management, Electromechanical Power Steering, AWD w/Torque Vectoring, 3.0 L TwinTurbo-Boxer-6, 443 HP, 0-60: 3.4S, Top Speed: 188 mph
Lucky to be the third owner of this high optioned first generation Cayman S. We call her SHUP, a family phrase we used raising our kids. We felt that SHUT UP was too harsh (we wanted to raise good humans), so we would just say "Oh SHUP" instead.
So if we pass you by, just think SHUP and be a good human!
5 Speed Tiptronic Trans.
Auto Climate Control
Full Leather Interior
Leather Center Console
Leather Visors/Vanity Mirrors
Speed Yellow Instr. Dials
Speed Yellow Seat Belts
PWR Seat PKG
Embossed PORSCHE headrests
BOSE Surround System
Bi Xenon Headlamp PKG
Self-dimming mirror PKG
The OUTLAW was customized by renowned fabricator Dink Farmer. He has done several 356's and to best of my knowledge, this was his only 911 project. The roof has been cut and all custom features are lead soldered, no bondo. I bought the chassis with a 3.2 long block and box of parts. The suspension was on the car and we added 996 turbo brakes, front oil cooler and complete interior. Tried to color coordinate with a little red highlights throughout the car. The paint is the original from 20+ years. The side window frames are custom shaped and lexan was used for the windows. One of one!
SN 303664 was originally sold through Vasek Polak Porsche in Manhattan Beach, CA. in March of 1966. It's been a Southern California car and daily driver for its entire life (over 236,000 miles and three engines) and a one owner car since 1984 (seven prior). A two and a half year full restoration was completed in early 2019, refreshing it’s original Bahama Yellow exterior and brown leather interior. Minor period modifications include an engine swap to a ’71 911T 2.2L with Zenith carburetors, ’68 911S dual circuit brakes with vented front disks, and a ’68 911 (Sportomatic) hand throttle.
Originally a 1.7 car, this 914 is now powered by a 1988 3.2L Carrera flat six paired with a 1986 915 manual gear box. The transaxle features a 40% locking rear differential and was installed with a Vellios side shift linkage.
This tribute wears metal flares on all four corners and sports Maxilite Fuchs with Boxster brakes up front and original set up in the rear. The car is equipped with Boge front shocks and Koni inserts along with Koni coilovers in the rear.
The interior has been treated to houndstooth accents in the seats and door panels along with orange stitching on the dash.
The 991.2 was produced from 2017-2019. Powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged boxer 6, 370hp engine that offers thrilling acceleration in all of it potencies. 7-speed Porsche PDK offers flawless shifting.
The Carrera model embodies Porsche in its purest form, just as it has since 1963.
As a Porsche owner, my greatest pleasure comes with spending time on the road with my family while creating lasting memories and discovering new adventures at every corner. Life is a journey. Enjoy the ride!
Originally purchased in Portland OR, in 1972. We are 3rd owners, purchased in 1983 for $8600.00
Numbers matching 911 with 165,000 miles
Susan's daily driver for several years
Have done 2 cross county moves
Survived 2 "We need to sell the Porsche" for the house down payment , Married Persons Discussions.
Buying the California house resulted in particularly lively discussions
Repainted Silver Metallic in 1989
Mechanical & Interior restorations performed by Kahlers in 1998
Suspension restoration performed by Elephant Racing in 2023
Many memorable moments - Looking forward to many new ones
Third owners of our numbers-matching life-long San Diego 356
Originally delivered to Competition Motors Hollywood to LaJolla CA resident
Purchased as a non-running project in 1992, owner personally performed a 10 year “nut and bolt” restoration, including; rust repair, bare metal refinish to final paint, and split case engine rebuild. After a long search we were fortunate to find it unmolested, original & one street away!
Factory Kardex optional equipment: Fog Lamps, Coco Mats, Chrome Signal Ring (horn), Chrome Wheels, Camber Compensator, Touch Up Paint, 2 Loudspeakers, 1 Outside Mirror
One of a kind build, conceived and built by Phil Troiani (Santa Cruz local) over 9 years in his garage. As a retired but fearless robotics engineer, Phil decided to improve a number of Stuttgart deficiencies including moving the AC compressor to the front of the engine via a custom shaft, moving the oil reserve tank to the front and installing an oil cooler from a Helicopter, replacing the 2.4 CDI motor with a 3.2 Twin Plugged EFI short stroked flat 6, moving the 915 shifter back towards the driver like a G50, and many other changes. Excellence named this car The Civilized Misfit in 2016.
Sadly, the 718 is the swan song of Porsche’s ICE powered mid-engine sports cars. Our “pet gator” is our 3rd GTS (997 & Panamera). The GTS 4.0 shares its “atmo” flat six with GT4/Spyder variants although at a slightly lower tune. This highly optioned example was configured as a comfy daily driver (full leather, heated/cooled 18-way seats, Burmester, etc.) & weekend back roads burner. Fun car, fun color! It’s a perfect balance of practicality and manners with “drive it like you stole it” performance. The chassis handles so well that I’d be willing to part with my beloved 997 Cabrio for a Spyder.
I was captivated by the Jade Green color when I saw it on a 914 resto-mod at Werks in 2021. I knew this was the vibrant 70's color that I want to bring back on a modern 911 and decided to resurrect it on this 2022 GT3.
In June '23, I added a full Manthey Racing performance kit to the car as soon as it was available in the US, and complemented it with a Sharkwerks exhaust for the extra roar.
This car is being enjoyed to its fullest on the local tracks and on spirited drives with the local Porsche community.
To learn more about my Porsche story and this car, please visit:
1 of 20 M491 Factory Turbo Look (FTL) coupes, ordered with the M470 Spoiler Delete option and the only one built in 1988, this was confirmed with Porsche Cars of North America.
The car was ordered by a gentleman from Southern California for tourist delivery and was picked up at the Porsche factory on June 16, 1988. After his vacation the car was shipped to its home in Southern California.
The wheels were polished by Al Reed and the 3M clear bra was custom cut and installed by Steven Aguilar at Advanced Vehicle Outfitters.
A Roadtrip Driven by Dreams.
If you have a dream, live your dream and drive your Porsche.
Five years ago we saw the Speedster Heritage Concept Car at 70th Anniversary of Porsche Sports Cars. Two years later we got an alocation for one of the 991 Speedster.
Let´s do it!
But not with the Heritage Design Package.
Porsche has to build our personal Speedster!
After many of sleepless nights and one day at Porsche Exclusive Manufacture she was designed. Jade Green with White Gold rims. A dream Porsche comes true.
Do you remember? If you have a dream?...
Drive your Dream!
A Roadtrip Driven by Dreams.
Do you remember our Twin-Tour in 2020/21? Two 997 GT3 RS with German license plates drove around the US. Werks Reunion Amelia Island 2020, PECATL, Tail of the Dragon, Barber Motorsports Park, PECLA, Pikes Peak, Mt. Evans, Werks Reunion Monterey 2021, Monument Valley, Arches Park, Valley of Fire...
I´m the white Twin.
They told me never do the same twice. So I ask for a new sister and I got Speedy as lead car.
Don´t worry. The blue Twin was not sold. She is waiting for me in Leipzig.
Don´t dream your dream. Drive your Porsche.
Owner added custom features:
Side decal stripes, White painted ignition switch, Clear lense LED taillights, Clear side markers, Porsche Exclusive gas cap, TechArt racing pedal set, Porsche Carrera S floormats by Lloyd's custom mats, Porsche Black & Silver hood emblem, Chrome gauge rings added to instrument cluster, Porsche LED door lights with Porsche logo downlighting, Chrome trimmed front bumper grills, 7mm front wheel spacers, 15mm rear wheel spacers, Sharkwerks of Fremont: New exhaust, TechArt springs, TechArt paddle shifter retrofit, EVOMsit ECU software tuning, & IPD Plenum intake added
To celebrate Porsche's success in CanAm racing, they introduced the CanAm Limited Edition (LE) option for the 1974 914. They only built 1,000 LEs. 500 were this Light Ivory with Phoenix Red trim , affectionately referred to as the Creamsicle. The other 500 were Black with Sunflower Yellow trim dubbed the Bumblebee. This car was sold new on June 5, 1974 in San Antonio Texas. With a sticker price of $6,733.00 the original registration was $12.30 and tax was a whopping $277.72.
I purchased this car on Bring a Trailer in March, 2022 to go with my Bumblebee. My tax was not $277.22.
The Porsche Configurator is a fun tool and after building many versions of the 992 from the Carrera T to the GTS I determined that a final decision would be next to impossible. The many color combinations and options are intoxicating and finding the right combination to order that I would not second guess during the waiting period almost impossible. Then serendipity opened an allotment for a 992 S. The build of Aventurine Green Metallic with the relatively rare Heritage Classic Interior could be mine in a scant 76 days from order date to delivery. This Carrera S is the result.
This is my third Porsche. Just after I got out of the Army in 1972 I bought my first Porsche, a 1968 Canary yellow 911L, Targa. I guess I have been a Porsche guy from early on.
When I first saw this color when it debuted on a 2015 GT3RS on display at the 2015 Rennsport reunion, I knew some day I had to own a Porsche with this color.
I have entered this car in many zone 7 concourse events and have always taken best in class.
We take this car on many of our chapters driving events and truly love the way it drives and handles.
We love Porsche 911's! We have had several over the years and found this locally in Napa with the second owner since new. The car was sold new at Taylor Classic Motors in Vallejo. It has several nice options: Linen Leather interior, Raised Hub Steering wheel, Full power seat left, Sport Shock Absorbers, Lumbar Seat left, Black Velour Luggage compartment, Supple Leather, and Power Top Delete!
Interesting fact: Always owned in Napa Valley and lovingly used as a family weekend car.
We always wanted a really nice Porsche for our children to enjoy driving - while following our 911! This Garnet Red Metallic 944 has less than 38,000 original miles and we are the 3rd Northern CA owners. It was sold new at Anderson - Behel Porsche. Ordered with 15 inch Fuchs, Front and Rear Stablizers, Cruise Control, Sunroof, Partial Leather, and a Monterey Digital cassette radio - this car embodies the 1980's small sports car genre. The car is unrestored original condition and has been lovingly cared for since new. The seats were covered with sheepskin covers which protected them from new!
My custom order was submitted on 7/11/20. The car was picked up at the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles (PECLA) on 5/28/21.
After debating between many colors, we decided on Paint to Sample Riviera Blue 39E. The interior was ordered with CXX (Special Wishes) options. The center arm rest and seat inserts were optioned with Pepita in silver/black along with seat piping in silver.
In November 2021 while attending PECLA 5 Year Anniversary, I was lucky to get Andreas Preuninger to sign the frunk of my car and the factory assembly photo book.
License plate hint: Max engine speed
One of only 36 997.2 RS models imported into the US finished in Aqua Blue Metallic with White Gold accents. Likely the last of the RS lineage that retains a manual gearbox and analog features that make it such an engaging driving experience. While not the easiest car to drive, it rewards with smiles when you get it right. And that soundtrack - wow!
This example spent several years in Europe with the previous owner where the suspension was tuned by Manthey Racing at the Nürburgring. Olaf himself piloted the circuit in this car!
Regularly seen on track in the true spirit of the GT class
In 1978, I purchased this Porsche for my wife Alison. She quickly adapted to the (3) pedals and 5-speed. Unfortunately, in 1988 while parked, her Porsche was hit causing minor damage to the left rear corner. 25 years later, I finally decided to correct the damage and proceed with a full restoration as a tribute to Alison, who now has dementia. The restoration was completed by Jon Hendricks, in time for her 911 to make its debut at the 2019 Concours of the Avenue in Carmel, where it placed 1st in class. This Porsche is matching numbers with 78,720 original miles.
1991 Carrera 2
This 325,000+ mile Carrera was the perfect blank canvas for a a hot rod 964. Using the 964 RS Touring as a blueprint, this C2 has been built to enjoy the open road and the canyons. My love for the 911 started when I experienced the raw power of a RUF BTR as a kid. From that day, I knew there was no substitute. I always loved the 964, once the ugly duckling of the aircooled 911 family. At Rennsport Reunion VI, I found it, or maybe it found me, and it's been a journey since. Applying the same OEM+ philosophy as I had done for years with Volkswagen tuning, I built my ultimate 964.
This 991.1 has a 7 Speed PDK with Sport Chrono package, full Luxor beige leather seats, Premium PKG plus, Glass Sunroof, and 20" Carrera Classic Alum wheels. I purchased it in 2020 with 22k miles. I am the second owner of this California car. It was a retirement gift to myself! I have placed a 2nd and a 3rd in two PCA Zone 7 Concours d'Elegance's. (Touring/Unrestored class). Rennlist "unofficial" U.S. production numbers show 881 Carrera S' were built in 2013.
A barn find sitting in a garage for 15 years in 2018. Original 31k miles then, sports optioned interior in original shape and a Blaupunct AM/FM 8 Track radio still functioning. This one year production model with the sunroof option is one that came with the steelies 5.5” x 15” rims and chrome hubcaps. The California smog emission test was passed with flying colors thanks to the original factory sticker stating emissions standards in 1976.
The "Speedboat" as my wife refers to it, was an EP race car in its earlier life. It has been reborn for the streets. The car is strongly modified, suspension, engine, Recaro copied seats in green leather, and a 138.4 HP John Wilhoit 1925 S motor. Four-wheel disk brakes slow it down. The car was rewired for 12v and all lighting has been converted to LED. A WEVO 5-speed transmission is pending. Michelin tires are attached to Coddington 15x5.5 inch alloy rims. And the entire car is wrapped in Teflon PPL protective wrap. This is an Outlaw dressed in sheep's clothing.
Since serving in the United States Marine Corps, my dream was to own a Porsche 911. My dream came to reality with this paint to sample Oslo Blue GT3 that I have been fortunate to spec and own. The design of the seat inserts are a tribute to Porsche’s classic air-cooled predecessor. The custom forged wheels pays homage to the 991 generation with a flare. I share my passion for cars with my friends and family. I hope one day this GT3 brings as much joy to my children as it has done for me. This GT3 is ready to hit the road and track with many more smiles per gallon to come.
Engine: Autocraft Midget Racing Motor detuned to 9:1 compression, around 200HP. Computer controlled crank fire ignition. Weber carbs(46’s) with velocity stacks underneath the Porsche 912 Air Cleaners.
Oil System: 911 Style Porsche dry sump system. Fanned Setrab oil coolers are located within each of the front fenders with finned oil tubes running under the right-side running board.
Other: 901 trans.; Porsche IRS; “boxed” front suspension; muffler inside left rear fender(car can be lowered more); disc brakes (4); 911 Fuchs (front), 914/6 (rear); double grill engine lid (single orig.)
Original 1967 912 refurbished, not restored.
Engine: CB Performance Turbocharged and fuel injected, computer controlled, VW Type I estimated at 300 HP. Stock 901 5 speed Transmission modified to accept engine.
Wheels and Tires: 185/65 Front, 195/65 Rear on original 1968 5.5” wheels.
New rubber seals all around; some minor rust repair, Dual master cylinder; car was detailed and still carries original paint in most areas.
Lowered to euro height.
Car is otherwise original and stock.
Our 2007 Porsche Cayman 2.7 liter is painted in rare Tannengrün (Forest Green Metallic) and is an unmodified Launch Edition enhanced by OEM Sycamore wood trim highlighting the Sand Beige interior. Offering one of the last true analog Porsche driving experiences, it is a wonderful daily driver with over 72K miles on the clock. We purchased the car in 2014 while stationed at Ramstein AB Germany. Highlights were autobahn runs, a visit to the Porsche Museum and factory tour in Zuffenhausen and a circuit on the Nürburgring before bringing the Cayman home to California in 2015.
This vehicle nicknamed “War Machine” has been re-engineering by Vatel Formula Race Team, LLC. known as VR1. In addition, the livery was designed and hand painted by Gathline Etienne MD and Henry Vatel. It features the Ein Stein (German for One Stone) Mono-Tile, configured to pay homage to several legendary Porsche Motorsport Teams in celebration of Porsche’s 75th Anniversary.
1984 911 Carrera
Porsche introduced the 911 Carrera 3.2L in 1984 following the 911SC model of previous years
I purchased this vehicle in 1986, did some auto crossing and time trials followed by running the 1989 Silver State Classic road race from Ely to Las Vegas, NV.
I typically average around 1000MI/YR so after 37 years I recently completed the 60,000 MI service including removing the engine to replace the clutch, replace the firewall insulation, replace all fuel lines, oil lines, distributor, spark plugs and wiring, brake lines and restoration of the brake calipers.
This tastefully modified 964 began life as a RoW car originally delivered to Japan. After importation in 2017, the car was purchased by its current owner on Bring-a-Trailer in 2021 with some modifications, including the original motor being pushed to 3.8L.
The car spent the following year being exhaustively upgraded by Joey Seely / E-Motion to result in the ultimate driver for CA roads.
- Regeared transmission
- Ohlin TTX
- BBI Uprights
- 993 Steering Rack
- Brembo “Big Reds”
- Composite rear deck and front hood.
- Many significant additional modifications!
2.4 liter Stroker Balanced & Blueprinted by
Fat Performance and assembled by Abacus Racing. With (2.374 cc w/82 mm custom crank (Buick), stroke X 96 mm forged pistons), 5.325 Chevy Rods and IDF 40 Dellorto Carbs. Estimated 150 hp at Engine.
2 Owner California Car with matching numbers, 130,000 original miles;
2 Year restoration just completed by renowned Porsche expert craftsman, Mark Miletich; Willhoit WR 2.2, 165 HP engine kit; Willhoit suspension, external adjustable shocks; 1965 (Paint to Sample) Meissen Blue; 1965 Original personalized plate (CAL 356)
This vehicle was ordered new from Rusnak Pasadena Porsche and is one of the last 718 GT4 to be built. In addition to the Paint To Sample (PTS) color of Ultraviolet, this GT4 was spec'ed with PDK, full leather interior, carbon fiber interior trim, Bose audio and Navigation including Porsche Connect. The latter enables the Porsche Track Precision App on my iPhone for racetrack use, which began after break-in mileage was reached at Willow Springs Raceway.
This car was born from the question: How would the 911 50th Anniversary Edition look in the classic longhood form?
So the project started to meld tradition with modern performance.
The 1974 donor car came from Marco Gerace. After over 8 years of custom building, the car is now a backdated longhood, steel RSR widebody with a 964 3.6, Ohlins shocks, custom interior and too many upgrades to mention. This chapter was lovingly crafted in CA by: YC, Brian K, Gianni B and Vince M
Car has been featured in: Excellence Magazine Issue 301, Luftgekühlt SF 2023 and Zygrene’s Youtube Channel
This 986s comes equipped w/ a Factory Aero Kit 1 Spoiler, Rocker moldings, Speedster Humps and Front Valance. Porsche Sports Exhaust PSE. Upgraded Bose Factory Sound System (from 03-04 986.2).
Wheels: Artec 2pc (Germany) 19x8.5/F 19x10/R
Tires: Michellin Pilot Super Sport
This roadster (current miles 16,000+) is the perfect weekend ride around Wine Country. I enjoy taking her to monthly BCR runs and PCA meets.
Driving is the best therapy, and i just can’t enough of this time capsule little roadster.
I'll always cherish the moment when the keys to this Taycan GTS, my first
Porsche, were handed to me. Ordered custom through Porsche Redwood City, we were extremely fortunate to get an allocation during the pandemic and supply chain crisis. 1 year into ownership, I’m still no less excited to have this car. It effortlessly transitions between being a comfortable everyday vehicle during the week and a thrilling canyon carver when we drive with the Porsche Club for weekend adventures. The electric sports sound, PDCC, and rear wheel steering make it feel truly physics-defying.
640HP/ 590 lbft / QtrMile 10.1s / 0-60 2.2s
Through engaging conversations at prior Werks Reunions, it was confirmed that the Turbo S is the ultimate choice for us. An extraordinary masterpiece that excels on track days and effortlessly accommodates your family - 4SEATER
Embrace heart-pounding track thrills at Laguna Seca, Sonoma and Thunderhill, enjoy the seamless transition to picking up kids, and embrace the importance of shared experiences
Let this 4SEATER be your winning ticket, uniting track enthusiasts, families, and the legacy of the Werks Reunion hoping to captivate the Judges
Prior to a reconditioning, this 911 was a race car in the early 2000's and is believed to have been located in CA for its entire life. Single stage paint was completed in 2019 in Stone Gray (356 color #5710) It was recently changed to a ST style, although the owner has a matching ducktail rear decklid for the RSR look. Recent work includes a refresh of the frunk.
3.6L Varioram engine with chip
Bilstein coilover suspension
Weltmeister sway bar and strut tower brace
315 Rear tires with 11" wheels (took some work to fit them!)
Wish this was my daily!
I never thought I'd own a Porsche.
When I retired in 2020 I decided that I would start off the next phase of my life with a bang by buying this wonderful car.
Now I look for excuses to drive. Enjoying the Bay Area backroads from the Wine Country to Monterey, Lake Tahoe to Stinson Beach. Everywhere I go, I have a smile on my face in this beauty.
Owning a Porsche has allowed me to join the Porsche Club of America. PCA has been a great experience. I've been on wonderful tours and met some outstanding friends.
This is the best car I've ever had, for the best time in my life.
Purchased from Porsche of Monterey.
We were on a Porsche road trip with a few of our friends in our Loved 2013 Boxster S when a check engine light came on we were able to limp it to the dealer it was determined to be a 3-4 week back ordered part (bummer) after being heckled by our friends to buy another Porsche so we can finish the trip we decided to walk around the lot looking for a replacement as soon as we seen this GTS we couldn’t walk away purchasing the GTS and catching up with the group in San Francisco that evening. 9 weeks later we flew in to Monterey picking up the Boxster.
The car was discovered in a garage in midtown Sacramento. Originally sold by Niello Porsche Sacramento. The license plate KXL 055 is original and restored per registration. Body and paint work by J Giordano of Galt, CA. Interior by Autos International. Assembly and details by B Cannon, J McMahen, T Blake and a host of friends I cannot thank enough. Not an outlaw but more of a misdemeanor. Slightly modified original numbers matching period piece. Bare metal restoration of every assembly using as many original components as feasible.
This project was more about the people than the parts!
All paint, chrome and upholstery is original on this one owner 912 with 99k miles. Purchased new from Atlas VW San Francisco December of 1966, it has never left California.
A daily driver it’s first 10 years totaling 75k miles
In 1977 it was parked in the garage for 30 yrs, no license or insurance
Upon relicensing in 2007 DMV said the 6 digit VIN was incorrect. I had to explain that was the norm in’66, and was able to keep the original (black, yellow) plate.
Typical of sports cars that period, this car has a deep rich color with lots of chrome, it is a joy to drive and to show today.
The 1987 Porsche 928S4 is a sleek and powerful sports car that exemplifies Porsche's commitment to engineering excellence. it's iconic design features smooth lines and a low-slung body, conveying both elegance and athleticism, all helping to deliver exhilarating performance and a thrilling driving experience.
This particular car has spent its life in California and has been loved by its caretakers over the years. This one enjoys events including rallies and car gatherings and hanging out in the garage with a few siblings.
The 718 Cayman GT4 RS is the highest-performance version of the Cayman lineup. The 4-liter naturally aspirated engine produces 493 hp and redlines at 9,000 rpm. The model features a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, adjustable suspension, and active aerodynamics. The car also boasts a lightweight construction consisting of carbon-fiber bodywork.
- Ruby Star Paint to Sample exterior
- Weissach Package
- Wheels painted in Satin Neodyme
- Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes
- Full Bucket Seats
- Black w/Artic Grey interior
This is a stunning example of the ultimate track-focused sports car.
We bought this 914-6 in 2019 to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary and to remember the brand new 914-4 we bought in 1970 as newlyweds.
We enjoy this car and have driven it approximately 8000 miles since owning it.
For videos of some of those wonderful miles, please see:
Our car's VIN and engine numbers match those shown on its 1996 Certificate of Authenticity.
PCA Grand Prix Region Class Winner in 2022 and 2023.
1986 911-Turbo (930), powered by a turbocharged 3.3L flat-six, with a 5-speed manual transaxle. Finished in Speed Yellow with 16” Fuchs, and slantnose style rear intake strakes believed to be original.
I have been restoring this “930 BABY” for the past two years, which included: Glass out repaint, top-end engine & turbo rebuild, and all new leather upholstery.
Some of the special items upgraded in the spirit of OE+ aesthetic include: An all-leather 964 dash, leather stitched 964 door upper trim covers, period 930S steering wheel, and custom Porsche crest embroidery on the headrests.
This 356B was picked up at the Porsche factory by my parents while on the PCA 5th Annual Treffen in April 1963. Originally Signal Red with black interior. In 1968 my father purchased a 912 and sold the 356 to me. In 1976 it went into long term hibernation, 42 years later, in 2018, restoration began.
Body work and painting by Lance Lighthall. Color changed to Stone Grey.
Interior and top by Autos International.
Machine work by Competition Engineering.
Mechanical assembly by Paul Frame and myself with close mentoring from Ted Blake.
Headlight grills in memory of father's 1956 Speedster.
The "Freak" was half done when found in 2015.
Nothing is period perfect. That is "how we like it." Bodywork, suspension and some of the interior was done. Numbers matching engine and transaxle now crated.
1980's engine built in 22/23 to 3.4L and carbureted by Wayland Motorsports.
Stinger sport exhaust, 5 speed transaxle. Scheel sport seats modified to be 1.5" wider. Roll cage and racing harness installed.
Wheels built by Harvey Weidman, completed in 18. Harvey said "now your car is one of the cool kids."
Paint is light Gray but wrapped in Slate Gray. The car is driven and tracked OFTEN.
Being the third owners of this 1973 911T Targa has been a lot of fun with just under 73,000 original miles. We purchased this vehicle from my neighbor who enjoyed driving this classic around California since the early 1980’s. One of the enjoyable parts of this car is its raw feeling drive and unmodified appearance other than being painted in the late 1970’s by the first owner. It will be our mission to drive, enjoy, and respect the historical nature of this beautiful 1973 Porsche 911T.
A Monterey County native, this car was ordered and configured thru local dealer. I learned to drive with a stick. After 10 years absence, there is no better way to return to joy than with a Porsche with a glorious 385 hp 3.8L DOHC 24 valve flat six engine. It’s been a pleasure to drive this marvel thru local backstreet of the Central Coast of California with our budding Porsche enthusiasts and our local PCA chapter members. It is a jewel of the family, and will remain so for a very long time….
This is a 1979 Porsche 911sc that’s been modified for vintage racing. Classed for VARA GTO, and SCCA GT2.
Cammed 3.6 993 engine
ATL Fuel Cell
The rest of the build can be seen on instagram @Wasian
This 1986 Porsche 911 remastered as a bespoke design by PROJEKT911 in Los Angeles, CA. From a base 3.2 Carrera to a Supercharged 3.4L FlatSix built in collaboration with Ed Pink Racing Engines. We've widened the body and track width with steel flares and finished in Jade Green, all fabricated and painted by Perfect Lines Restoration, there was no expense spared on developing what we at PROJEKT911 believe to be the perfect blend of classic Porsche heritage with modern design and performance. This Commission #000, also given the code name "Jaded", is the Prototype build of many more to come!
This 1986 951 was purchased in 2018 in fair shape with lots of mechanical issues, worked through all the issues and brought to current "Sports Purpose" level of preparation. Driven regularly and showed often, both PCA events and other events, a concourse winner and just a great fun semi analog car.
No ABS, No Airbags, No Traction Control, No Stability Control, Perfect!
I have had the pleasure of owning over 50 Porsches from 356 to Carrera RS keeping them a few years, giving them what they need and experiencing the different marks.
This year I am bringing a 2001 turbo all wheel drive, all original with 18,000 miles. The twin turbo charged 3.6 MEZGER Flat six has a factory rating of 415HP and 415 pound foot of torque. Thx
This is a replica built by Vintage Speedster that underwent a professional electric conversion at EV West , San Marcos Calif. Video of the build is available at:
Curtis 95 v DC motor. Equipped with 5 TESLA 26 v batteries. Estimated HP is 110. Range is 110 miles
This 993 C4S was manufactured November 1995 and delivered on January 12,1996 at Plaza Motor Company located in Creve Coeur, MO. The vehicle had an MSRP of $78,169.00 which included all options and the destination charge. We are the third owner and have cherished this vehicle since May 2019. The 993 is the last air cooled iteration from Porsche. The numerous refinements that are incorporated in this vehicle allow us to experience the best of the air cooled era. The color combination is something that we deeply enjoy as it resembles our beloved alma mater Florida State University.
Current ownership began in Oct 2018 when purchased from ParkHaus1 in Miami, FL as a birthday present to myself.
Since acquisition, the following tasteful & Porsche themed modifications have been made:
H&R Street Performance Coilovers
BBS LM Wheels, Custom Gold Finish
Deviated Center Console in Lapis Blue
Custom Savannah Beige Leather & Pepita Interior w/Blue Deviated Stitching (Designed by Sonderwerks of Cornelius, NC)
1st place recipient for 996/9997 category at Werks Reunion Amelia Island 2023 and 3rd place during Werks Reunion Amelia Island 2022.
This car is an idealized recreation of my first Porsche, a 1973 911E.
I found a complete but ratty car with 85,000 miles and performed a full restoration over a four year period.
The car was delivered new with the S suspension and gauge package and factory Koni shocks, all of which are retained. Modifications include factory RS flares, a 3.0 engine, and some interior color liberties. I have tried to keep the overall aesthetic period correct. The original MFI engine is stored for posterity.
All work was performed by Jerry Woods Enterprises in Campbell, CA.
Purchased in late 2020, this was a neglected California car - door dings, rough paint, deferred maintenance. But, it was solid with a strong engine and transmission. Paintless dent removal and paint correction along with OEM Euro bumper updates brought the largely original exterior back to life.
The focus of this car is to enjoy driving the great backroads in California. After addressing the deferred maintenance I focused on performance upgrades. Among the upgrades were a Fister shift kit & Golden Rod, exhaust and a complete rebuild of the suspension.
It's a blast to drive and a Keeper!
Special order car with factory custom interior. Linen leather with marine blue dashboard and interior accents.
Window switches and speakers are also ordered in matching linen white.
Dash, door trim, and seat piping also in matching marine blue.
Convertible top and boot cover to match with factory ordered matching polished wheels.
Paint to order Diamond Blue Metallic Paint.
Meticulous attention to detail to both body, interior and undercarriage.
This Carrera is still in original factory condition with original paint, interior and matching engine and trans-axle.
A true Unicorn.
I purchased Old Red a year ago from my good friend Mark Robinson who has been a Porsche nut for years.
Under his stewardship Mark performed a complete vehicle detail that included engine/transmission out, wheels off, brakes off, and interior out.
This 911 maintains its factory original guards red paint, factory order brown leather interior and is matching numbers. Both underside and topside show like factory new.
I am extremely pleased and honored to have current stewardship of this almost perfect example.
This is my first 911..the only remaining question is..why did I wait so long?
Acquired this 991.1 Carrera 4 GTS 2 years ago through Bring-a-Trailer and have been enjoying it ever since. This 911 has the 7-speed PDK and is loaded with all of the GTS trim and Alcantara/leather 18-way adaptive seats, and PASM. Ordered with clear glass taillights (XXG) and came with dark window tinting on the sides and back. There is a JL Audio amplifier that powers 2x, 10" JL Audio Sub woofers, located behind the rear seats. that compliments the Bose sound system.
Anxious to get it on the track with the PCA for time trails and autocross.
Acquisition Date: October 22, 2015
Modifications installed at 6,500 miles by previous owner said to be associated with Singer Vehicle Design:
KW V3 dampers / springs
GT3 front control arms and sway bar
Tarret rear sway bar and drop links
Elephant Racing Adjustable rear tow control arms
Elephant Racing Adjustable tie rods
GT3 master brake cylinder
Numeric Racing shifter
Carnewal OEM Cayman R Modified Exhaust
Car was originally a Targa in the 1969 Olive Green color. Has been converted to a coupe in the later 1978 Olive Green 274 color. Updated with a full Carrera front and rear suspension, 964 brakes with custom front rotors and hats, 3.4L motor based on a Carrera 3.2, and a magnesium case 915 transmission.
The RS America is a lightened, limited production performance version of the Porsche 911 Carrera 2. Only 701 were built for 1993 and 1994 model years, and this example has three of only four available options: radio, air conditioning, and a limited slip differential. The fixed rear tail, RS badging on sides and deck lid, a parcel shelf in place of rear seats, cloth sport seats, color coded seat belts and door pulls, and M030 sport suspension are all distinctive RS America features of this nimble and visceral car: The purist's Porsche.
1 of 1 996.2 GT3 touring “Schwarzes Einhorn” First water-cooled Mezger engine in a 911, first GT3 and last analog Porsche! And my all-time favorite dating back to purchasing my first 911 while being stationed in Germany in 1968. When I bought my GT3 it came with a GT3RS wing and when I turned 75 I got tired of boy racer look, so decided if Porsche can turn a GT3 it into a touring so can I. I acquired another OEM GT3 decklid and cut off the wing support uprights, still have the original lid and wing so can be easily changed back to boy racer!
993 Cab stripped, acid washed & etched bare metal build with RS-spec seam welded body. Fabricated by Marc Clowes (with MLR Porsche, UK). Turbo S carbon fiber and leather interior, steering wheel, shifter and e-brake. Hard back sport seats body colored backs. Rear seat delete doors and outside hood release with immobilizer lock. Porsche classic radio. Aluminum gauge trim. RS motor mounts. SRP 4-piece pedal set. Carbon sill covers. Strut brace. Window express. Fister Golden Rod. Deviated stitching and gauge faces in body color. KW suspension. Kinesis 3-piece wheels. Silver Porsche badges. FPB.
Factory turbo. Carbon fiber and leather interior. Paint to sample factory pearl white. TechArt wheels and exhaust. Twin oil coolers. Rear seat delete. Strut brace. "Bat-console" converted to Porsche Classic double din radio. 3-spoke
Porsche carbon fiber steering wheel. Carbon fiber turbo shifter and e-brake handle. Custom leather floor mats. Rear wiper delete. Hard back seats with body color backs. White gauge faces with aluminum trim rings. KW suspension. RS motor mounts. Front strut brace. FPB. Turbo S ducts. Silver badges on hood, SW and wheel caps. SRP 4-piece pedal set. Turbo sills.
My 2022 992 GT3 is a true marvel of automotive engineering. Its sleek design, sculpted lines, and aggressive stance are enhanced to produce pure adrenaline. The GT3 has a high-revving (9K RPM), naturally aspirated flat-six 4.0-liter engine producing 502 HP. Lightning-fast shifts are produced from the updated dual-clutch PDK transmission. The precision-tuned double-wishbone suspension and advanced aerodynamics ensure razor-sharp handling and mind-bending cornering capabilities.
This car is a testament to Porsche's legacy of performance and innovation.
Original owner converted the numbers matching car to race in PCA events in LA. After sitting for 15 years, I purchased the car and decided to convert it back to a street driver with an outlaw twist.
Car is a ground up 3 year body and paint with many custom body features. All leather interior replacing the factory vinyl highlighted with Porsche Pepita upholstery throughout.
Car is old school opting for 3.6 964 engine running PMO carbs, SSI headers and M&K dual in center out exhaust.
Still own the original engine and transmission.
Sandy is a 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 with the M491 “Turbo-Look” option. One of 354 M491 option coupes sold in the US in 1984, she is a 930 Turbo without the Turbo. All the show without killing you in the corners. M491 items included: factory welded rear fender flares wrapped around Fuchs, front apron, rear tea tray spoiler, turbo brake assembly, axel brackets and stabilizers from the 930. The M491 option increased the sticker price by $11,760 on a stock Carrera’s base price of $32k. It was hands down the absolute best Porsche you could buy in 1984. Recently refreshed by Ken Montes.
This GT4 has a blend of OEM Clubsport, GT4RS, and aftermarket parts throughout for a tasteful appearance and track performance. It sports APEX VS-5RS satin black wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires along with a complete suspension and brake component upgrades. The interior has a BBi Autosport street bar with Schroth 6-point harnesses, OEM fire bottle, along with OEM GT4RS appointments. On the exterior, the OEM GT4RS painted carbon fiber hood, OEM GT4 Clubsport rear wing and Clubsport hood pins lets you know that this car not only looks good but performs well too!
This Targa is a life long dream that recently came true. I built this car to my specifications after putting down my deposit in 2020. After a 2 year wait, the car was delivered to Fremont Porsche and was their only Targa GTS allocation of the year. I wanted to stay true to the classic Targa of the 60's and 70's so the Targa Bar remains in its silver color. The brake calipers have also been painted Gloss Black to disappear into the optional 20"/21" RS Spyder design wheels. Watching the 9 day building process through the factory only helped to build the excitement of my first Porsche!
The Touring Package deletes the GT3's fixed-wing and replaces the alcantara seat centers with cloth/leather, but retains the GT3's 500hp naturally-aspirated engine and 9,000 rpm redline. Only ~750 991.2-gen GT3s in N. America have the Touring Package, all with the 6speed manual transmission.
Originally sold in Southern CA, this car spent a brief stint in NJ before being acquired and returned to (northern) California. The car is mechanically stock; only mods are a 911R shifter, some more leather-trimmed interior panels, and silver OEM wheels and door handles (both were originally black).
Number 253/395 produced Carrera models in 1975. Personally owned for 37 years. The car is 100% original in paint, interior and mechanical. Cover photo for Panorama magazine, July 1979 and a feature article in VW & Porsche magazine, October 1979. I embarked on a four-year journey of concours showing culminating in the 1989 Zone 7 Concours Series Full Concours championship and 1st Place in class at the 1990 Porsche Parade. The car has consistently been exhibited in Historic Displays such as 30 Jahre 911, Rennsport IV and V, Luftgekuhlt 6 and Werks Reunion. Preservation is now my ultimate goal.
997.2 GTS in Carrara White exterior with Carrera Red Natural Leather interior. Factory Aerokit, Center Lock Wheels, Sport Chrono Plus, Adaptive Sport Seats, Color-keyed seatbacks and interior+. His name is Gunter and he loves roadtrips.
Owning this 2023 RS is not just about having a car; it's a lifestyle, a commitment to performance and the joy of driving. I'm looking forward to many days on the track with this amazing machine.
2023 GT3RS TRACK SPEC
TRACK ALIGNMENT SETUP
BBI ROLL BAR
EXTENDED RANGE FUEL TANK
WHEELS PAINTED IN SATIN INDIGO BLUE
FRONT AXLE LIFT
EXCLUSIVE DESIGN TAILLIGHTS
SEATBELTS IN SHARK BLUE
WINDOW TRIANGLE TRIMS IN CARBON
DELETION OF SIRIUSXM ANTENNA
PORSCHE 356 KARMANN HARDTOP
THE ULTIMATE BASE MODEL
Porsche NO. 200831 was produced on August 18, 1961. Karmann was instructed to weld a cabriolet hardtop onto cabriolet bodies (they weren't selling) to make a new model. The Porsche hardtop. Only about 1800 were made from 1961-62.
Purchased in 1969
Daily driver until crank broke in 1979
Stored for 37 years
Restoration completed 2019
Body Repair - Holden metal works
Paint - Lighthall Classics
Restoration David Aronson
Engine 1720, JE pistons, mild grind, 40mm int.
Palisander, lovingly known as Pal, is a 1981 911 SC originally delivered in New York state. After spending the first 3 decades of its life on the East Coast, Pal was brought to the UK by a prior owner and was brought to California in January 2023 by the current owner.
With its numbers matching engine and (mostly) original rosewood metallic paint, Pal is a frequent participant in Bay Area rallies and recently was a feature car at Luftgekühlt 9 held at the Naval Base on Mare Island.
We have a lot of fun every chance we get and are excited to attend our first Werks Reunion!
Purchased in 2014 after after a long search. Car ticks all the boxes!
* X50 Option - Upgrades to 444 HP with GT2 Turbos
* Low Mileage
*Late run (03'-05' have a GT1 Metzger Block variant)
* Leather, Manual, highly optioned
* Dealer installed GT2 upgrades (original parts
Horsepower that rival today's models.
A great driving car.
Carmen and I enjoy this 996 immensely!!
Photo at original dealership, Porsche Plano (Texas)
This car’s name is Lola. She is rowdy and not too worried about an RS.
Drivetrain: Powered by the formidable DeMan Motorsport 4.5L, 718 Clubsport Intake, Shortened gearing 2-5, single mass lightweight flywheel, custom-made Fabspeed headers, Guards LSD.
Wheels & Suspension: HRE R101 Lightweight in Brushed Champaign, Ohlins R&T Coilovers.
Interior: By Exclusive Option - Look closely at the interior, and you will notice fine leather EVERYWHERE- dash, AC Vent Slats, PCM, Sports Chrono bezel, seatbacks… even the firewall behind the seats!
Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets!
This 1974 Porsche Carrera (US) is production #38 of only 528.
Born in Stuttgard, Germany on Aug 1973. (Launched 2nd generation 911 G Series) FIRST 911 Carrera sold into CA market. Purchased April 1974 by its Original & ONLY owner (49 years). Remains unrestored with its ORIGINAL paint.
Many G-Series technology “FIRST”, unique wider flared rear wheel wells, wider rear and narrower front tires, light weight (2425 lbs) & the famous Duck Tail Spoiler.
Awards: 2019 & 2022 First in Class PCA Concours (Unrestored). 2016 & 2022 Werks Reunion PCA Awards and 2015 First in Class at Carmel Concours.
My dad and I really wanted this GT3RS and at the time they were impossible to get. One day as I was racing go karts at Sonoma raceway we went to the big race track and met a factory Porsche driver that ended up being one of our friends. He put us in touch with his dealership that sponsors him. They ended up being able to get us GT3RS allocation.
My 1964SC Was ordered directly from the factory by Enrique Landa, architect in Mexico City in December 1963. Final assembly was completed in March of 1964. Delivery was made to Veracruz, Mexico.
The original build papers provide for metallic silver paint, electric sunroof, red interior with corduroy seat inserts, Becker Grand Prix radio with electronic antenna and chrome wheels.
The car was registered in Mexico for most of its life and we have the annual registrations.
As a lifelong 'car girl' (with a father who let me drive his 911s) I've always loved Porsches. A couple of years ago, I began searching for a 944 or 968 to work on and restore, within the limits of my skill set. (I enjoy wrenching when I can, but I’m a marketer, not a Porsche mechanic!)
I’ve spent over 100 hours polishing, and replacing rubber/plastic parts, to restore its luster, down to the small details. I love detailing and performing maintenance tasks; beyond driving, it's how I bond with my cars. I'm proud to be the steward of a rare and largely under-appreciated Porsche model.
Tarett Engineering fully adjustable front/rear sway bars
Sachs lightened flywheel
Elephant Racing "finned" oil lines
Fabspeed dual exhaust
Koni (yellow) adjustable shocks
Red powder coated engine
Rebel Racing single strut brace
Anzo LED headlights
Flared rear fenders
Fuchs 16" X 9" aluminum wheels
Suede finished trunk/Suede Porsche trunk lid emblem
New dash pad
Grant Sport steering wheel
3.2 Carrera engine
2023 marks Porsche's 75th anniversary and for many of us whos lives have been forever changed by these machines its a moment for reflection on the brand's legacy and the part our cars play in that legacy. Over the 170,000 miles currently on the clock she has proven to be a steadfast daily driver, excellent track day car and reliable road trip machine. In this way my car is a perfect representation of the versatility, reliability and motorsports heritage that defines porsches legacy in my eyes.
With the 987.2 Porsche engineers set their sights on a distinctive design and saving weight, pulling out a claimed 176 pounds. Ditching the conventional convertible-top mechanism was the first step. In its place sits a 13-pound, manually operated, two-piece bikini-like cover that can be fully sealed in dire weather—
With the top stowed, the most visually alluring detail becomes the new one-piece aluminum decklid with two aero humps like those found on the Carrera GT, saving 6.5 pounds over the regular car’s rear trunk and half-tonneau. Aluminum doors from the 911 Turbo and GT3 shave 33 pounds.
1973 Porsche 914 outfitted with original 1.7 liter engine, with it’s original Bosch D-Jet fuel injection. Finished in it’s original L64K Zambezi Green color. Equipped with Fuchs alloy wheels, 3-gauge center console, and backdated chrome front and rear bumpers. Bursch Exhaust.
Restored at High Performance House in Redwood City, California.
Loved by it’s current owner in San Mateo, California.
Became owner of this car in 2012.
It looked basically as you see it stock.
The car has been kept stock and resides in California for weekend get aways only.
No rust! No issues! 60K miles.
New tires + Alloy Bosch wheels + New stereo added.
Refresh on all mechanical and electronics, but no major work done.
Took third place in 2016 works Reunion show.
PULLING HERITAGE FROM PORSCHE'S ORIGINAL SPEEDSTERS FROM THE 1950's, THE FINAL ITERATION OF THE G-BODY 911 WAS INTRODUCED WITH CRITICAL ACCAIM. THIS SECOND GENERATION PORSCHE SPEEDSTER IS ONE OF ONLY 823 EXAMPLES DELIVERED TO THE USA
THIS IS 1 OF 83 TRIPLE BLACK PRODUCED FOR NORTH AMERICA
THIS SPEEDSTER WAS SPECIAL ORDERED BY MICK WILLIAMS FOEMER PRESIDENT OF THE PCA 1975 TO 1978 WITH A TREMRNDOUS NUMBER OF OPTIONS INCLUDING MULTIPLE PORSCHE EXCLUSIVE (SONDERWUNCH) OPTIONS.
I AM PROUD TO BE THE CURRENT OWNER
Paint to Sample Willow Green. Believed to be the only Targa painted in this color. Interior trim inlays in carbon fiber with green stitched Alcantara seats, dashboard and trim. Carbon fiber mats. Manual transmission. 473 hp. 190 mph top speed.
The “B72” is a 1972 Porsche 911 side oiler. It was rebuilt as a Punk Rock attitude type hard-core street machine.
The direction Ken Montes focuses on is modern aero dynamic component design, fabrication and theory. We decided to advance the performance of this street machine with the implementation of high-tech building materials.
We focused on carbon fiber, aluminum, balance and dependability.
The vehicle was balanced with the driver’s weight in mind and the suspension was set up for spirited back roads driving in the foothills of the Sierra mountains.
Total vehicle weight: 2430lbs. wet.
Casper is a 1985.5 “Oval Dash” 944 finished in Alpine White over 15” Fuchs lacquered in Grand Prix White.
Does not kill bugs as fast as you might hope, but manages to hit plenty on regular drives around Highways 9, 35, and 84. This little German time machine is a welcome escape and a pleasure to operate.
I bought this early 911 from the original owner. He saw the Car while returning from Vietnam.
He was in Miami on an overnight layover. While walking past the Porsche Dealership he saw this Car on the show room floor and fell in LOVE with it. He bought it that day with his military re-up bonus and drove it home to Newcastle California. I found it when I was looking at his 1959 356. I told him I wanted the 356 but he said that I had to purchase BOTH Cars. I did and very glad. I have since sold the 356 and LOVE this Car and its history. Fun to own and a BLAST to drive.
I bought this early 911 from the original owner. He saw the Car while returning from Vietnam. He was in Miami on an overnight layover. While walking past the Porsche Dealership he saw this Car on the show room floor and fell in LOVE with it. He bought it that day with his military re-up bonus and drove it home to Newcastle California. I found it when I was looking at his 1959 356. I told him I wanted the 356 but he said that I had to purchase BOTH Cars. I did and very glad. I have since sold the 356 and LOVE this Car and its history. Fun to own and a BLAST to drive.
Celebrating 40 years of 911 production, this model came stock with all of the Carrera high performance options:
X51 engine with 25 extra horsepower
M030 sport suspension
M220 locking differential
Increased cooling with turbo radiators & front bumper
GT3 side skirts
On the luxury side it comes with full leather interior in the exclusive color of natural gray. The color was only available on the Carrera GT. The wheels are also model specific & are shot peened and polished. The cars came with a four piece luggage set in the same leather as the seats.
This is number 398 of 1963
This 911 SC (Super Carrera) Targa is (1) of 4,163 produced in Zuffenhausen in 1982.
While not the most limited 911 of the G-Series era, this SC is an example of timeless PORSCHE originality - TODAY.
Unrestored, this nearly original 911SC is a tribute to the PORSCHE craftmanship and heritage of the time.
Four owners have amassed just 70K miles across four decades of time - each enjoying a special relationship with this SC.
Based on the production success of the 911SC, the 911 would finally be cemented in the PORSCHE lineup.
My very first car was a Porsche I love old-school Porsches. When I saw this car on bring a trailer I had to get it. I love Guards Red, and being manual was a perfect combination. Every time I drive it, it reminds me of being young back in the day. That's what I love about Porsche.
I have always wanted a number Porsche and this is perfect for me. Nothing is better than the Turbo S except when Porsche decides to add some more power and carbon options. I've always wanted a gold car and its one of my favorite cars.
Porsche offered at least one shade of orange in the 70s before the color disappeared for almost two decades. It eventually returned to the palette in the explosive form of Lava Orange.
Porsche also offered a Touring Package in the 70s for the legendary Carrera RS 2.7. The package then made a welcomed return to brand, first offered for the 991.2 GT3, restraining the design while retaining the performance—an instant classic.
Despite this shared heritage, Lava Orange is one of the least chosen colors on the 991.2 GT3, let alone those equipped with the Touring Package. ~1 of 3 in North America.
Equipped with the Weissach Package and aurum satin wheels that makes the color pop, this Racing Yellow GT3 RS is 1 of 46 in North America and possesses the rare combination of beauty and aggression. Since Porsche made this car near perfect to start, only a few mods have been done: GMG center section exhaust and GMG competition alignment to give her the stance she deserves.
The Allroads Cayenne Turbo S concept was born as a Service / Towing recovery SUV after renowned 928 specialist Jedidiah Baker, noted that it "had that look" after installing it's reverse Rothmans livery.
It features a Rothmans Porsche styled livery, safety light bar, siren, PA system, German flag colors (black, red, yellow) brake calipers, BBS RX II wheels, door mounted halon fire extinguishers, off road light bar, Hella 4000 Rally lights, amber headlights, Rolls Royce styled Star field headliner, interior accent lighting, and gold exhaust tips just to name a few of the wild modifications.
I have worked on many beautiful cars over the years and decided that it was time to buy a car and not just any car i wanted something that looked good and had performance and class and a porsche 911 was the answer so i looked and searched and finally found the car in texas with low milage 52,000 miles and no body damage or body reapir and mechanically sound so made the deal had the car shiprd to cali and couldn't be happier something about porsches that are just iconic