AIR4EVR is a 25th Anniversary model in the Rare Satin Black Metalic color with the Silk Gray Linen interior with black piping. Which only 60 coupes were made. It features a Mickey Kramer performance 3.2 ,Along with a Steve Wong custom chip. Some other slight modifications are a MK GT3 style exhaust, suspension upgrades. Inside sports a full host of Rennline accessories. Starting with the Pedals,cell holder, key bezel,fire extinguisher. A Continental radio with CD and Bluetooth. It’s pretty nice, but a driver.
I am the original owner. Original paint and interior. Special leather Crimson Red interior. 7 and 9 inch Fuchs. Borla exhaust. 930 S steering wheel. All modifications were done in the late 80's. 147,000 plus miles.
Factory options: Special Leather Crimson Red, Steering wheel with raised hub, Radio "Reno", Shorter gear shift lever, Automatic speed control, Front and rear spoilers, Sunroof. I have every receipt for anything related to this car since new. Although my car is far from perfect I cherish every memory that has added to the patina that is part of its story.
It will never be sold!
The last 911 turbo built in 1984 (#804 of 804) was hand crafted by Werk 1 at Zuffenhausen. Being one of the first cars crafted by the Sonderwunsch Programm after Mansour Ojjeh commissioned the 935-Street in 1983, this car comes with almost identical options. The flachbau body work, paint to sample color of Gemini Grey Metallic, upgraded sound system, power & heated Recaro seats with harnesses, LED boost gauge, and increased horsepower are among a few of the incredibly rare options this car came with. Sporting a freshly rebuilt engine, this survivor is a prime example of 80's excess at its best
Custom built lightweight 964 restomod, 4.0L 370hp, 400Nm weighing 1270kg.
Full carbon turbo body (except roof & doors).
Interior fiberglass tray wrapped in leather to replace all carpets.
Custom Momo Prototipo steering wheel with shift lights.
Custom frunk carbon kit in polished carbon and interior trims in matte carbon.
Riding on 18" Rotiform Fuchs wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2.
More on its journey on Instagram @ProjFenix964
All steel Slantnose 930 Turbo spec. Complete drive train restoration:
*Turbo charged 3.122 flat six with custom components/recipe resulting in 8.1cr and over 400hp
*915 5spd upgraded to handle increased stress and abuse from Turbo power.
*Interior is stock from factory with roll cage.
*Suspension and brakes are factory 930 components rebuilt.
Restoration was completed by owner and a friend which took over a year to complete. A fun enjoyable experience/journey that resulted in an amazing fun one of one Porsche and a friendship to last a lifetime. Grazie John and Jim
Meet "Sparky!" This totaled 924S was rescued from the crusher in 2015 with less than 45K miles - totaled due to an engine fire. Damage was minimal, but enough to exceed the value of the car. Purchased from the insurance company on a "rebuildable" title, repairs were made and he has taken us over twenty thousand wonderful miles since his rescue. A bad repair to a fuel line led to a leak into the spark plug holes, then "whoosh!" That explains how he got the name "Sparky." Otherwise he is a normal 87 924S in nearly original condition - and a daily driver for us. We love him!
"Schlitz" is a '78 911, which raced competitively in the PCA's E class. Formerly prepared and supported by Accumoto, Schlitz was made street legal by Andrew of A&R Autowerks.
Engine is a rebuilt, Eurospec, 3.0L mated to a 915 transmission. In order to retain custom headers fabricated by Dawes Motorsports, a heating/defrost system from a SC-RS was sourced.
The roll bar was modified to accept harnesses and painted by the same team who helped convert Schlitz to a "slick-top." The IROC front bumper allows for oil and brake cooling. The backdated rear bumper is from '74.
This 997.2 is #1,652 of 1,911 "Black Edition" 911 Carreras built for the 2012 model year. As the name implies, the exterior is Black (041 code), features a full black leather interior, along with a black Alcantara headliner. Black Editions came only in rear wheel drive and this example utilizes Porsche's PDK or Porsche Doppelkupplung 7-speed transmission coupled to a normally aspirated 3.6 litre, 345 hp powerplant. Additional features include a sunroof, the aero kit, special Black Edition door sills, and the always-exciting launch control capability. This 997.2 has just under 56,000 miles.
This daily driven GT4 was one of the first new GT4's to be delivered in the United States in early June, 2020. After engine break-in it was put on the track at Sebring and autocrossed regularly.
Spec'd out for performance when ordered in 2018 it has no convenience or NAV options, though it did get treated to body color interior trim to relieve the dark inside common to all Porsche GT cars. The extra cost Miami Blue color was discontinued in November 2020 and is now only available as a $12,000 Paint-To-Sample.
2021 SS Class autocross champion, racing against new Corvettes, 911's and GT3's.
This 718 Cayman Mid-Engine Sports Car is fitted with 20-inch light-alloy wheels in Satin-Gloss Black.
High-performance tyres (235/35 ZR 20 at the front and 265/35 ZR 20 at the rear) surround the enhanced brake system, which features cross-drilled discs and red calipers.
The 4.0L NA Flat 6 engine matched with the 7-speed PDK results in an exhilarating drive.
GTS Interior Package Leather/Race-Tex Interior in Black/Carmine Red stitching, Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (18-way) with Memory Package,
Burmester Audio System, and
Navigation including Porsche Connect
Porsche Prototype Development Center study using 991.2 Carrera T as basis. Goal is base weight under 3,000 lbs. while maintaining spouse friendly Grand Touring characteristics. Mass reduction effort so far includes: specification of Ceramic brakes, LiPO4 battery, removal of rear seats/seatbelts and construction of lightweight package shelf, lightweight exhaust, and titanium lug bolts. Future items include removal of rear spoiler and actuating mechanism and replacement with fixed rear air intake/spoiler and removal of front air vanes and actuators.
Beautiful, and as far as I know, the only one in this model, spec. and color combination.
PPF and ceramic coated because: this is a driver’s car. Looked after but not coddled. Bought in FL, kept in N. Ca. for 2 years and plentifully used on the fabulous mountain, canyon, and coastal roads there.
Porsche's Exclusive program created 100 cars for a limited edition 911 Targa 4S in Etna Blue paint, a colour that was once applied to the 1960 356B. The car's Targa bar, 20 inch RS wheels and Porsche side logo are all rendered in white gold metallic. Powered by 420-hp 3.0 liter twin-turbo flat six.
Inside, the Exclusive Design Edition is enhanced with many luxurious, hand-finished details including 18 way sport seats, as well as a number of touch points-including the HVAC vents are wrapped in blue leather.
A book was created for each car during production and provided to the buyer.
1959 Porsche 356 A Coupe - now an "Outlaw"; Purchased by me in 2012 from Jim Brazeale/EASY in Emeryville, CA. The car was purchased new in San Francisco by a lady architect who owned her for the first 33 years. Check out the roof where you can track her complete color change history. Born Meissen Blau with Red interior and Red corduroy inserts. Now features Fibersteel seats in red/red corduroy with custom headrests that actually raise to work. A non-matching #'s engine, I purchased it with a 912 motor that has now been completely rebuilt to about 100hp. She's a blast!
This 1978 Minerva Blue 928 with the ‘Pasha’ (Cork with black/cream psychedelic checkerboard) interior is one of the most photographed and famous of the early cars. Has been profiled in multiple magazines including Automobile and Hemmings, among others. Multiple show winner and one of the few remaining ‘78’s with its original and pristine interior and exterior.
Fully Electric Vehicle - BEV,
Performance Battery Plus(93.4 kWh),
AC Permanent Synchronous Motors - front and rear,
All Wheel Drive,
Overboost Power with Launch Control up to (HP) - 469 hp/350 kW,
Max. torque with Launch Control -368 lb-ft,
Height - 55.5 in,
Width w/ mirrors folded - 77.4 in,
Wheelbase - 114.2 in,
Length - 195.8 in,
Turning circle diameter - 39.4 ft,
Curb weight - 5,029 lb,
Front luggage compartment volume - 2.9 ft,
Rear luggage compartment volume - 15.8 ft,
Rear luggage compartment volume (w/ seats folded) - 42.8 ft,
2-speed transmission on the rear axle, We call her EVA
Our first Porsche - a member of the family
One of 1,812 Targas produced for 2003
996/997 Targas are the only 911s with a hatchback - great for loading luggage and a neat “party trick” at Cars & Coffee
For reliability: IMS Solution - oil fed bearing replacement. Deep sump oil pan
For performance and sound: Fister Exhaust. Air Intake Hose Upgrade Kit
For style: Black console and shifter to compliment rare deviating carpet color option. Clear side marker lights
Best quote: “Sitting in a Porsche Savannah Beige interior is like relaxing in a warm bowl of caramel”
Buyer #1 drove 5,355 miles from 2017-2019. Buyer #2 drove 245 miles 2019-2021. Buyer #3 (me) has driven 8,000+ miles since March 2021. Purchase price was $165,000 w/ 5,600 miles ($215,695 MSRP) and CPO Warranty thru May ‘23. I added GT3RS side skirts and have a full car/wheel ceramic coating and Xpel paint protection. It has 580 HP and 516 lb. ft. of torque and is AWD w/ 7 speed PDK transmission. The top speed is 205 mph, 0-60 mph in 2.5 sec., 0-100 mph in 6.0 sec., and the ¼ mile in 10.5 sec. at 132 mph. Well cared for by Porsche of Ocala and a proud member of Thoroughbred Region PCA.
Just 493 units built in calendar year 2011, less than 1,700 units built worldwide between model year 2010 and 2012, 176 pounds/80 kg lighter than a similar equipped 987.2 Boxster S (depending on options chosen on Spyder), Aluminum doors & special trunk lid (instead of steel), lighter “sunsail” soft top, lower side windows, door pull straps, lowered suspension by 20 mm, stiffer springs, firmer dampers, new front & rear anti-roll bars, no cowl over main instrument cluster, special and lighter wheels in 8.5 x 19” and 10 x 19”, 3.4 Liter Boxer with 320 HP at 7.200 rpm / 273 lb-ft at 4.750 rpm
A Porsche Cayenne Turbo Diesel Rallye Raid rig built for offroad SLIDEways adventure floggery and racing w/Bilstein B6 coilovers, Emotion Engineering lift, OZ RACING Rally wheels, BFGoodrich KO2 tires, Eurowise aluminum engine and transfer case skid plates, Eurowise prototype aluminum diesel tank skid plates, Eurowise roofrack w/10,500 lumen level LED roofrack lights, Trigger 6 bluetooth remote light switch, custom cut Rallye Raid mud flaps, Emotion Engineering carbon air snorkle, TerraTrip 303 Satellite GPS Rally computer, and RHINO USA recovery tools to name but a few bits and bobbles!
Admirers gather to compliment the appearance before I can exit the driver’s seat.
3.8 liter, 6 cylinder, 400 hp, AWD, 7-speed PDK.
0-62 mph in 4.3 seconds. Top speed 185 mph.
Sport exhaust, Porsche dynamic light system (PDLS), PASM, multi-function steering wheel, 14-way power sports seats, premium pkg, heated seats, BOSE audio, aluminum-look gas filler cap.
Navigation, Apple Car Play, Bluetooth, K-40 remote, laser jammers, backup camera, wheel spacers, grill guards, ceramic coated paint & glass. All service receipts.
MSRP $137,555. Built in Zuffenhausen, Stuggart, Germany.
Car was purchased in July 2021.
Was taken to local dealer for recommended engine out service.
Discovered all four camshafts showed abnormal wear.
Starter, rear main seal, water pump, tires, suspension all needed replacement.
Rebuilt engine w/four new camshafts. Installed DLC coated "bucket lifters" to minimize camshaft friction.
Replaced stock suspension with Ohlins TTX coil over components.
Installed GMG straight pipe exhaust system.
Using ZMax additive to minimize oxidation on all internal engine parts.
Car drives completely different. No longer wants to kill me.
The car has Elephant racing suspension,twin plug MSD ignition,PMO carbs,Wevo shifter, & 17” wheels from its racing days. I backdated with long hood,aluminum bumperettes, steel louvered number plate, 911R tail lights,door panels, engine lid hinge,lexan side windows. I modified front fenders for 1970 parking lights and horn grille,Euro headlights Momo steering wheel,duel exhaust muffler. I upholstered the interior & put tartan plaid inserts in vintage seats. I installed classic retrofit AC and painted with PPG Voodoo blue paint in my garage. I enjoy Paradise Porsche Gruppe & NE PCA events.
3.8 l engine with Carrera S Powerkit (+30hp)
430 hp @ 7400 rpm
7 speed manual transmission
PASM w/lowered ride height (-10mm)
Electric Slide/Tilt Sunroof
Premium Package w/ 14 way memory seats
Instrument Dials/Sport Chrono in Racing Yellow
Factory Sport Exhaust
Factory "Ducktail" spoiler
3.8L normally aspirated, 6-speed GT4 was purchased in early 2019 at Jacksonville Porsche with 11,800 miles on the odometer. The GT4, nicknamed 'Hurley', is mainly used for PCA DE track events @ Roebling Road, Sebring, and some runs at the FIRM. Fun, reliable, track worthy car is meticulously maintained.
Main updates include;
- IPD Plenum & GT3 Throttle body
- BMC Air Filters
- Sport Cat headers & Valvetronic Exhaust
- FVD Brombacher sw tune
- Track alignment/camber set up
- Tarret toe control arms
- Heigo Motorsports (rollbar)
- PFC pads & front Discs
- DSC Sport Contrl.
- Forgeline 19' whee
I purchased my 2019 Turbo S the day after Thanksgiving in 2021. I searched for my dream car everyday for 8 months and finally came across this Miami Blue (1 of only 249 Turbo S built in 2019) I am the second owner. It had 6,600 miles on it when I bought it in Peoria, Illinois. I then drove it back to 1200 miles before arriving to its new home in DeLand, Florida.
It is equipped with a 580 HP 3.8L twin turbo and 7 speed PDK transmission. It has the carbon fiber interior package, black glass sunroof, Premium Package, Burmester Audio system, Fabspeed x-pipe exhaust, full PPF and ceramic coating
1971 lightweight 911 Street Sport Racer. Built to represent a car of the era that could be street driven to the track and driven back home. A few of the many upgrades include, composite lightweight body panels, three-piece BBS wheels, a 2.7 Liter Twin Plug motor and a 901 6spd gearbox.
This cherry Ruby Red 1962 356 B notchback coupe was previously owned by Talmadge and Holly Scott. Talmadge was a retired aircraft mechanic who applied his skills to this car during his long term ownership. Enhancements he performed include ; a hot rod 912 motor, after market german disc brakes, a 12 volt conversion, a Wevo shifter, a super comfortable interior restoration, Tecnomagnesio wheels from Italy, a Les Leston steering wheel, and a great bluetooth stereo! I have been admiring/voting for this car for years at the Gathering of the Faithful and am very lucky to be its current caretaker.
One of 701 RS America's (RSA) produced for the NA market. The RSA is a lighter, performance version of the 964. The Engine is a 6-cylinder 247hp FI. This example has all 4 factory options, Limited Slip Differential, Radio, Electric Sunroof and Air Cond. The RSA was produced with the M030 suspension and cloth sport seats with rear seat delete. Added are Euro "RS" script center caps, red seat belts and pull straps, a RUF front lip spoiler and Continental Bluetooth radio.
This RSA had only 3 caretakers during its 46,000 miles and performs flawlessly as though it was a new Porsche.
I purchased this car in 2005. My 3-owner Porsche is a rare example of the first generation 3.0 liter, non-intercooled, Turbo Carrera.
My car is production number 255 of 717 designated for the US market.
Contributing to the rarity is the Peru Red paint - one of 13 examples made for model year 1977.
Exterior is original paint at 117,000 + miles. Inside, the original sport seats have been reupholstered in custom-tweed, matching inserts. The rest of the original, full-leather cork interior has remained unchanged.
As the first water-cooled 911 turbo, the 996 is a direct successor to the 959. I have owned this car since 2015 and it replaced a 951S. I have moderately upgraded the car with a COBB tune, Kline Exhaust with soul performance tips, carbon mirrors and painted "horseshoe." My favorite upgrade, aside from the boost, is the Numeric Shifter.
The 993 was the, "Last of the Air-Cooled," and the GT2 was the final Air-Cooled Super Car. It was produced as a homologation car for Porsche to go racing in the GT series class. They produced 161 993 GT2's and the street cars were a race car in disguise. 430hp twin turbo and 432lb-ft tourque. These will be one of the most collectible modern-day Porsche Super Cars, up there with the 959 as they made fewer of these cars and these cars were more purpose built for racing.
Purchased New Feb 2015 used as a daily driver with +55k miles of fun. I have driven it coast to coast three times and its performance and fuel economy never ceases to amaze me. My Black Edition proudly wears bump and bruises as well as a very stylish front end road rash but nothing compares to the satisfaction of driving it daily in sunshine, rain, sleet and snow. I certainly live by "DRIVE IT DONT PARK IT"
2022 Taycan 4s
Exterior: Chalk Grey
Interior: Chalk/Black accent leather interior
21" Mission E Design Wheels
Dual electric motors power front and rear wheels
562 HP; 0 to 60 in 2.9 secs
This numbers matching 930 Turbo was the 553rd of 639 N. American versions making it among the last eighty six produced. The vehicle was ordered with virtually every option available including special order Linen Grey Metallic paint and Silk Grey/Black Special Custom Leather. In addition, the build sheet specified a “Blaupunkt Reno” radio, preparation for cellular phone, limited slip differential, a short shift, highly desirable heated “Sport Seats” with electric height adjustment, amplifier, sunroof and velour carpets. Original tools, manuals, tire jack and compressor have been retained.
2.7 Liter Flat Six
19” Cayman S Wheels
Porsche Crest Wheel Caps
Sport Design Steering Wheel
Power Steering Plus
Power Sport Seats
Seat Belts in Guards Red
Painted Interior Pkg
CDR Plus Audio
Center Console in Leather
2021 Florida Crown PCA Concours 1st Place
2019 Peachstate PCA Rennfest Concours 1st Place
2020 PCA Werks Reunion Concours
2019 HHI Motoring Festival Invited Exhibitor
I have continually owned this 356 A Cabriolet for 48 years. When i acquired the car, the car was painted British Racing Green over the original black paint. A the time, I also had a 1964 356 SC, that was also black and thought it may be have made a nice pair. So, the car was taken apart and brought to local painter to be painted in lacquer. After the car was sanded down and sealed, a change of mind occurred about the color. It was painted a color similar to Miami Blue with crushed pearls mixed in the lacquer paint. The car then sat unfinished until current restoration brought it back to black.
Classic 1958 356 A Speedster in Silver and Black. It has had a few owners including a pretty famous Porsche race car driver. This car reminds me of a car James Dean or Steve McQueen would drive back in the day!
Car was meticulously restored by 356 Unlimited in Melbourne, FL. Attention to every detail was made to make sure it matched the Kardex and assure it was one of the finest Speedster's on the road.
It is driven weekly around our area and has been driven to several 356 FOG events.
Porsche celebrated the arrival of the year 2000 with the 911 Millennium edition. 911 examples were produced and approximately 250 were exported to the US. This is # 515.
Based on the Carrera 4S, the Millennium featured unique Chromaflair paint, turbo twist wheels, full tan leather interior and a wood accented interior.
On current Porsche models, the Chromaflair paint to sample option is approximately $85,000.
Since purchasing this transaxle era 944 in 2015 I have performed the following, all in my home garage.
Performance: 16” wheels, Koni Sport shocks, Throttle response cam, Engine mounts.
Creature comforts: R134a AC conversion, LED instrument lighting, Sound (Kenwood head/subwoofer, Alpine fronts, Polk rears).
944 ‘greatest hits’: Engine oil seals, Rod bearings, Belts (timing/balance shaft/PS/auxiliary), Water pump, Plugs/wires/coil/distributor, Fuel lines, Injector O-rings, O2 sensor, PS hoses/reservoir, Tie rod ends, Hatch pin seats, Sunroof gears, Odometer gear, Seat bolster repair.
This 2007 911 is Atlas Grey under the custom wrap. Once I decided to wrap the car I knew that I wanted to do something outside the box. I have always loved graphics from the late 80's and eary 90's so that is where the inspiration came from. The car is lowered on H&R springs.
"Lucille" started out as a stock Cayman S, and the first owner immediately outfitted her for more performance, stability, and drivability. The "usual" suspension and engine mods were added, along with quite a bit of chassis stiffening. This created a car very comfortable on the track as well as the open road. And she delivered!
The second owner acquired her for those same reasons, and promptly took her through the paces. This caught the eye of the current owner, who stated that "If you see another one set up like that, CALL ME!"
And soon he did, "I'll sell you mine!"
Well, hello, Lucille...
Built to order...
• 4.0-Liter naturally aspirated boxer 6
• PCCB brakes w/ gloss black calipers
• Satin Platinum wheels
• LED headlights w/ PDLS+
• Full Leather / Alcantara trim w/ Speed Blue deviated stitching
o Vehicle wrap in Xpel PPF
o Akrapovic titanium link pipes and muffler
o FVD Brombacher lightweight flywheel
o GT4 (modified) side intakes
o BMC high flow air filters
BECAUSE IT IS ALL ABOUT THE FUN AND ENJOYMENT!
This car started life as an L041 Black, 1.7L car with the appearance group. In the early 70s it was modified with flares, wide Jackman wheels, and a big bore /4 engine by current owner's father and his cousin. When the engine blew, the car was sidelined in an old drive through car wash, where it sat until I purchased it in 2017. It currently has a 73 2.0, sideshift trans, and a custom Haltech & Dubshop EFI system designed and built by the owner.
You can learn more about this car' history and updates over on the BareFootGarageJax Youtube channel and Instagram page!
Porsche built 701 examples of this model. I am the proud of #624. This car represents everything I am looking for in a sports car, e.g. a pure driving experience and clarity of purpose. This RSA has been used for touring and occasional DEs. At $53,000 this was a no-frills car. This car has 3 of the 4 available options, e.g. sunroof, limited slip and air conditioning. The most notable differences between this RSA and the C2 was no power steering, the M030 sport suspension package, 17" wheels and a fixed rear wing. If you are an enthusiast and drive for fun, then this is the car for you!
This vehicle has 106,000 miles & sports its original paint and Sonderwunsch (special wishes) factory option BBS wheels. New Porsche Ag numbers say this car is one of only 76 coupes ordered with the M491 Turbo Look option. The M491 wide body option was known in Europe as a 911 Super Sport . 1984 was the first year the Turbo wide body option, on a normally aspirated 911, was available.
In 1986 the fenders were made in one piece, previous years the flares had been welded on. Also in 1986 the wheel size was increased to 7x16 front & 9x16 rear.
Thanks for enjoying our 911 Super Sport coupe.
This car was one of the very last 981, pre-718, GT4 cars to roll off the Stuttgart assembly line.
We were fortunate to submit a build sheet and have the car built to our specs at MSRP! Roger Penske had just purchased the small NJ dealership, enabling our allocation. The car sports factory carbon fiber seats, interior carbon fiber trim, leather interior, and one of Porsches new bullet proof GT4 transmissions. Ask about 2016 GT4 trans recall numbers.
The yellow hounds tooth seat inserts replaced the factory grey alcantara, and were sourced aftermarket from Kim at P1 Designs in Texas.
This base Cayman 987.2 has had 4 owners. Of note, the 2nd owner was a NASA scientist in Huntsville, AL who had a major roll in designing the James Webb Telescope. He added the Remus exhaust, the OZ Racing wheels, and the distinctive Martini stripe. The 3rd owner lived in NC. He autocrossed the car, plus this Cayman was used to test several versions of Olin coilover shocks at Roebling Racway in GA. I acquired the Cayman in December 2020, my second Porsche. It's been driven to Barber Motorsports for the Porsche Track Experience and to western NC for a Rennsport Dragon Rally.
I DRIVE IT
The 911/996 4S was first introduced and debut in 2002. This 2002 C4S was original delivered at Porsche West Houston & always PCA member owned. This is our families first water cooled Porsche and its enjoyed & driven! The factory interior is finished in optioned full black leather with color matched sport seats, Bose stereo and manual transmission. Subtle upgrades include Bilstein PSS9 coilovers ,Tarett GT3 adjustable LCAs & rear drop links. Factory 997 shifter & a Fister exhaust. Whether its a long drive , running errands or PCA event we will continue to drive and enjoy this C4S. Drive them!
I found this car in a warehouse in Jackson Ms, about 22 years ago
Renewed interior, dash, carpets & headliner
rebuilt engine with 3.5 litrer cylinders
K 27 turbo
Upgraded A/C system
Recent anadized window trim
121K miles and adding
The flat 6 engine is derived from the GT4.
It comes as standard with a mechanical limited slip differential, PASM Sport Suspension, and the Sport Chrono Package. Acknowledgement is made of higher performance overall provided by a PDK transmission. The 6 speed manual was chosen due to the goal of greater driver involvement and enjoyment of the driving experience on appropriate roads. Competition was not a consideration.
Design choices were made one night between 1 and 3 AM utilizing the Porsche Configurator while monitoring a laboring patient. I wouldn’t change a selection made.
1959 Porsche 356A 1600GS Carrera Sunroof Coupe Tribute
Florida garage find in July of 2021. Off the road since 1974 under the same ownership. Partial restoration started in 1993 (floors & paint). Mechanical restoration started in July of 2021 by Buildwerks of Sarasota, FL. Currently under 1720cc pushrod power, with plans for a performance-built Type IV engine mated to a 901 5spd gearbox and 911 rear suspension conversion. Complete exterior restoration planned to begin Summer of 2022 at B&B Autobody of Sarasota, FL.
All Macan models in 2016 are turbocharged, but the highest horsepower model with 400 HP is known as the "Turbo". Most higher performance Porsche options such as PASM, PTV and 6-piston front calipers are included in the Turbo; this one adding 21" wheels and 18-way seats.
This is the ideal road trip vehicle, comfortable with infinitely adjustable heated and cooled seats for 16 hour driving days, and respectable 25 mpg fuel economy having made 5 trips from FL to the West Coast during its life.
The 40th Anniversary of the 911 bearing the name “40 Jahre” is a GT Silver (Carrera GT), narrow-bodied model limited to 1963 units. Standard options were a 3.6L X51 engine, LSD, polished lightweight wheels, M030 suspension, Turbo front bumper, GT3 side skirts & full leather interior with sports seats. Tailored to suit the owner with all OEM parts, this 911 has ROW springs, 11mm front spacers with an aggressive alignment, GT3 lower console delete & the rear seats removed. Acquired from the original owner, it's fully documented including the original bill of sale, properly maintained and driven!
Targa 4S in Dark Olive Metallic (very rare but original color option) with 100,000 miles. The interior is in Cocoa and with Aluminum accents on B Pillar, Steering Wheel (thicker steering wheel option), Door Entry Guard backlit in Aluminum, seat belts in Silver, Sport Shifter, instrument dials in Carrera White, Porsche Crest on Headrest, red taillights, foot rest in Aluminum, and Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipes.
Purchased new by a professor at UAB School of Medicine, sold to a restaurant owner in Albertville, AL. in 2001, current owner acquired the car in 2018.
Car 9113102627 was built 04/1973 and still has it's numbers matching engine and transmission.
This car was delivered with the following optional equipment;
Front and Rear Stabilizer Bars,
"S" Front Brakes,
Light Metal Wheels,
5 Speed Transaxle,
ORIGINAL CONDITION (except Bilstein PSS10 Coilovers), 35k miles
LOADED WITH OPTIONS ($87k MSRP, Includes $23k Of Options): Aerokit Turbo II Front & Rear Spoilers, Motor Sound Package, Limited Slip Differential, Carbon/Leather Steering Wheel & Parking Brake & Brake/Shifter, Supple Leather Front & Rear, Red Deviated Stitching Throughout, Deviated Red Seatbelts Front & Rear, Rear Window Wiper, Xenon Lights, On Board Computer, Aluminum Instrumental Dials, Metal Door Sill Model Insignia, Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipes, Head Restraints W/Porsche Crest, HiFi Sound Package W/Speakers.
This is a 2000 Porsche Boxster S. The color is arctic silver metallic. The full retail price on this vehicle at time of purchase was $64,023. It had Litronic headlights ,18 inch alloy turbo look wheels, power seat package, full leather interior and exclusive options package which was an additional $2337 at the time of purchase. This included black mats with PORSCHE lettering in Black it also included a three spoke leather steering wheel it also had the Porsche crest in the headset and also had an aluminum and leather shifter and brake handle. It was purchased. January 2022 with 29,204 miles.
I acquired this 1969 911E in 2004 as a neglected dealership trade. The entire car was disassembled, and acid dipped to provide a perfect base for repaint to its original color. The new paint was applied by the staff at Stoddard's Porsche under the watchful eye of Chuck Stoddard, who also contributed some rare spare parts and technical advice. Final assembly was completed by Jim Dunham and his staff of engineers that included his wife Loretta Dunham and father Ted Dunham. This rebuild was not only educational for me, but also help build "lifelong" friendships with fellow PCA Members.
The Carrera T is the last Narrow Body 911. I custom ordered this vehicle on 12/17 to be my daily driver. To pay homage to the original 1968 911T, I added custom door sills and an original 911T badge on the engine cover. Designed and made custom racing stripes to match the OEM side stripes. Handmade custom Porsche badge to match the color scheme. It has the unique Carrera T interior and full extended leather in Black with Guards Red; I hand-stitched the steering wheel and shifter boot to match.
7sp MT, PTV, SPASM, Mech. Rear Diff., SC, PSE, RAS, FAL., SD Spoiler, DSC, 5mm front spcs.
Rare LOL Surprise Doll special edition Porsche 911 S inspired by our grand daughter Amelia Rose. Amelia has been going to car events with us since she was born and loves Porsche. It's all about FUN and Memories of a lifetime with our only grand child!
The Porsche 914 first came on the scene at the 1969 Frankfurt auto show, Production ran from late 1969 to 1976 with approximately 118,978 produced world wide.
This 1975 model is one of 11,368, only a handful of L99k copper metallic which was available by special order for 1975 only, and is one of only 5 known survivors. It is a numbers matching 2.0/4 model ordered with the “Appearance Group” options, which included fog lights, center console & extra gauge package, front and rear anti-roll bar.
Recently restored with backdated chrome bumpers, and a original factory optional ski rack.
1964 – PORSCHE 356 C COUPE
OWNER – WILLIAM C “RUSTY” RUSS
This 1964 - 356C Coupe Porsche was purchased from its original owner in 2017. Today, it has approximately 88,500 KM (54,991 Miles) on the odometer. When purchased, it was immediately taken to Progressive Designs in Franklin, NC where it was completely stripped to bare metal and a complete paint and body restoration was completed. The Red Interior remains original. Since its restoration, the car has been displayed at a number of other car events.
The RS America is a new derivative of the Carrera® 2 for drivers who demand an even higher level of feedback - feedback so detailed, so precise that it usually is found only in racing cars. Indeed the designator “RS” - German for “Renn Sport” or “Race Sport,” is traditionally reserved for the highest performance Porsches. In a Porsche RS model, refinements in the suspension, steering, wheels and tires all work in combination with perfectly coordinated weight reduction to create a dramatically different driving feel.
BELLISSIMA is her name because she's gorgeous, reliable and super fun to drive.
Features the stock Porsche sport classic rims (BBS style) available as option on this model.
Tasteful improvements were made to improve drivability, look and sound.
The 993 is the most beautiful 911 of all.
This particular car, I got it when COVID just hit from and older gent in Miami Beach.
What started ad a daily driver, soon jumped into a project...
1. Dropped the engine, resealed it and changed all the belts.
2. Rebuilt the suspension with Bilstein.
3. Took it apart for a full detailed paint job, taking care of the rust.
4. Interior was done completely, including Recaro seats, Momo steering wheel, etc.
I call this car the "Covid 993 eggplant"
This 1953 pre a was owned by me in college and sold in 1971. The car was featured in the Wall Street Journal about 5 years ago under Jim Doughton a vintage Porsche 356 returns and documents how I was able to reconnect with the car. The restoration took about two years and I enjoy driving the car to 356 events around the state of Florida. The car has won numerous first place awards since the restoration and is a joy to drive.
The 911Surfari embraces a love of air cooled Porsches, Surfing, and the 1980s. The owner wanted a hands on journey using craftsmen from around central Florida. The 911Surfari, painted in Glasurit Pastel Orange, has a Safari height suspension with MCS adjustable struts. Custom welded headers mount to a modern GT3 muffler. A local artist designed the shark fabric for the bespoke interior that also features a WEVO shifter, Momo MOD 07 steering wheel, and a booming Blaupunkt stereo. Thanks to Stratton Motorsports, Drivers Choice, @Hungrywelder, @ FamousAfterDeath, @TintWorldOrlando, and Lumen.
# 738 of 1430 produced 9113300738
Full matching numbers. 2.4 liter 190 Hp
Complete nut and bolt restoration 2010
Factory options include:
Five date matched (11/72) Fuchs alloys
Sport seats with leather/houndstooth
Full leather interior, Blaupunkt am/fm stereo
Limited slip differential, tinted glass
Rare factory sunroof .
Unrestored 43,000 mile example with original paint,interior and all mechanical systems including clutch. Engine never out of car. A pristine example with extraordinary original detail. Three owners, 198th 911 imported to the United States by Porsche.
Porsche OE LED side markers,
Porsche Tequipment LED puddle lights,
P1Designs bucket seat inserts and key chains,
DB-Carbon anti-wind-buffeting triangles,
3M 2080 satin black wrap on side skirts,
Black HyperDip—can you spot it?
Lloyd Mats Ultimats,
Renndecals GT3 door decals.
GMG WC center section exhaust,
GMG WC-EVO long tube headers,
Cargraphic exhaust valve controller.
Llumar CTX 20% tint,
Expel Ultimate PPF,
Porsche OEM front trunk liner,
Lid Liner front trunk lid protector,
Exclusive Option bucket seat protectors.
Purchased from the original owner April 2019 23,400 miles Driven +/- 500 miles in 12 previous years until Dec 19. Currently has 27,600 miles on it
Not restored just refreshed where appropriate. – Everything is original. Completely revived mechanically 2020/21. Big challenge is finding people who understand and can repair the 928.
Originally designed to replace the 911 (luckily it didn't). Evolved into a luxury GT car with 316 HP V8 with top speed of 168 MPH . Still a great touring car.
The sticker in 1988 was $69,710 which is equal to $163,800 in 2022 – glad I didn't have to pay that
Manufactured - 2/24/1967, Exported to USA Dealer Holbert’s Garages Porsche VW in Warrington, PA.
Sold on 04/10/1967 for $5465.75, less $1196.95 for trade (1965 VW Beetle). Equipment: 5-Speed Transmission, Blaupunkt Frankfurt Radio; Chrome Wheels; Bumper Horns; Black Leatherette Seats; Round Mirror; & Semperit Tires (165/15).
This 912 was Featured in Excellence Magazine 2/88.
It was driven to Porsche Parades ‘72/‘74/‘76/‘78 - Won Best of Class 3 times!
Car and Driver (5/67) voted Porsche 912 BEST GT/Sports under 1600cc!
Preserved, not Restored!
Second Owners - Regularly Driven!
This is 1 of 31 944s built exclusively for use in the Rothmans-Porsche Challenge.
With associate sponsorship from Pirelli, Shell and Sunice, 15 races were run
during the 1986 and 1987 seasons and with $275,000 in prize money up for grabs,
this was the richest single marque motor racing series ever run in Canada.
This car riven by Scott Maxwell earned 1 pole position and was 1 of only 4 cars to
ever have led a lap during the 2 seasons. It’s best finishes, both seconds, came at
Built 2/19/73 and delivered to San Francisco PORSCHE. The original owner enjoyed the car for 31 years. Owner two was collector in PA who stored it with minimal use for 12 years.
Numbers matching car, stock 2.0 liter motor producing 95 HP @ 4900 RPM and 105 ft/lbs torque.
7.6:1 compression, 0-60 = 9.0 sec, 115 mph, 4 wheel disc brakes, 2139 lbs,
We have thoroughly enjoyed the car since acquiring her. At the onset of COVID we decided to restore the car and undertook its disassembly and
914's were made from 1969 to 1975 (118,992 units)
**SIMPLY A BLAST**
Original 968 except for the current rims and stereo. This car has been maintained by the experts at Ralphs Auto Service in Maryland and Eight Flags Autosports in Fernandina Beach. I am the third owner of this car.
This 924S was saved 4 years ago with faded paint, not running and needing attention all around.
I still continue to take care of this car so it can continue to run and drive like all Porsches should.
Brought the paint back, cleaned the interior, went through the fuel system and engine with all maintenance brought up to date.
I drive this car regularly and every time I drive it I feel like I am going back to the 1980’s.
Porsches are built to be driven and driven this and each Porsche I've owned is. Immediately upon delivery, a bbi roll cage and Schroth six point harness were fitted, and alignment and corner balance performed by Autometics in Charleston, SC.
Over the last year of ownership I've clocked over 15,000 miles and five track days. Those miles included a road trip from Charleston, SC to Portland, ME with a two day stop at VIR. It has trekked up and down the Maine coast with my bike on it's back, carved mountain passes in the White Mountains of NH and of course the normal trips to the grocery store.
Ordered to my specification and options: Adaptive Sports Seats, LED Headlights, Back Interior with Silver Stitching, Roll Bars in Exterior Color, PDK, Multifunction Steering Wheel, 2-Zone Climate Control, Heated Seats, Race-Tex Center console with Porsche Crest, Interior Trim in Carbon Fiber, Illuminated Stainless Door Sills, Bose Sound System, Apple CarPlay, Light Design Package, Wheel Caps with Colored Crests, Exclusive Design Fuel Cap, Smoking Package & Luggage Net in Passenger Footwell. This is my 14th Porsche, and only my 3rd brand new Porsche. Porsche Club members since 1993.
Mud dauber nest were everywhere. 11 divilar exhaust studs sheared off with minimal torque.
Mold and mildew completely covered almost every surface of the interior. Every component of the car to include all the mechanical systems and interior, which remains original, were disassembled,cleaned, refurbished or replaced.
The engine and clutch were completely rebuilt. Modifications were kept to new 993 case studs, SSI's, M&K SS Muffler, Pop off valve, and upgraded Carrera Chain Tensioners. All this was done by the owner.The hood and bumpers were sent for paint due to extensive hurricane pitting.
Purchased CPO Boxster in May 2017 in N.C. with ~24,000 miles for my daily commuter. Optional Equipment: PDK, SportDesign Steering Wheel, Power Sport Seats, Bose System, Seat Ventilation, Bi-Xenon Headlights, Premium Package, 19” Boxster S Wheels. PCA events attended: numerous cars & coffee events, Porsche’s 70th Birthday Party at local dealership, Corral at Werks Reunion, won 1st Place in Florida Crown Region Concours, 2020 Porsche Parade won 3rd Place Concours in Preparation II. Modifications: painted calibers red, installed Fabspeed tailpipe and clear side marker lights.
THE BEAN WAS ORIGINALLY A 911 T. THIS ORIGINAL KELLY GREEN (VIPER GREEN ROW) SUNROOF COUPE WAS MADE INTO AN RS TRIBUTE RACE CAR BY STRATTON MOTORSPORTS OVER 20 YEARS AGO. A 1976 EUROPEAN CARRERA 3.0 ENGINE WAS REBUILT AND INSTALLED BY ZOTZ RACING. RACED SUCCESSFULLY IN PCA, SVRA, AND HSR WITH REGULAR WINS AND PODIUMS THE BEAN WAS THE HSR ROLEX ENDURANCE CHAMPION IN 2008. SOON TO BE CONVERTED BACK TO AN OUTLAW STREET CAR THE BEAN WILL CONTINUE TO BE NORT’S FAVORITE FOR YEARS TO COME.
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 liter fuel-injected engine and most of the 914 options as standard equipment, which include a front spoiler, sway bars (front & rear), center console gauges, Mahle aluminum wheels, and negative Porsche stripes.
There are less than 100 Creamsicles left.
The 914 limited edition Can-Am cars are among the most prestigious and collectible of all factory produced 914s.
The 356 B Outlaw Coupe was initially used as a vintage racer and auto-crossed vehicle in the early 1990s. The car sat for some time and then was restored to the true Outlaw model with modifications. The restoration took years to complete. During the restoration, the following was added or redesigned: 4 corner c-disk brakes, four corners adjustable Billsteins shocks, custom Carrera seats, custom GT 40-liter fuel cell, 1886 cc big board motor and weber carburetors, rear body widening, six and 7-inch custom Fuchs wheels, and GT accents around the entire vehicle.
This car was purchased new in August of 2019 at Rick Hill Imports of Kingsport, TN
Full Paint Protection Film (PPF) wrap
Öhlins Road & Track suspension coil overs
Wheel spacers (7mm front & 10mm rear)
Cobb Stage 1 Tune
Custom trim painted in exterior color
Miami Blue seatbelts
Her home away from home is the Tail of the Dragon.
Full rotisserie restoration by Bowman Vintage Restoration LLC, numbers matching sunroof SC coupe, full green leather interior with green German square weave carpet, Original equipped with fog lights, inside/outside Moto meter gauge (That still works correctly), along with shoulder seat belts, travelers pack, and also electric windshield wiper pump. Car was painted with Chromapremier paint in original Champagne yellow. Correct dated wheels mounted on Pirelli Tires,
Full restoration done by Bowman Vintage Restoration LLC, 911SC front suspension, along with SC brakes all way around, running Bilstein front struts and also rear shocks, wheels have been powder coated gun metal grey with TOYO sport tires. Car was painted with Chromapremier base coat/clear coat, with Porsche script decals on the side. Interior is Cardinal red with grey German square weave carpet, along with a custom aluminum rear seat delete panels. Engine is a 2387cc single turbo engine with 323HP and 318FT-LBS of Torque, custom engine panels along with front trunk panels.
This 1973 PORSCHE 914 2.0 , sometimes referred to as to as a 914 S ( fully optioned 2.0 liter/ appearance group option, Sport option, dual mirrors and rear window defroster). This car was disassembled for engine rebuild, Battery tray,"Hell Hole" repair and paint in 1992. It sat in a West Texas barn with the engine rebuilt, "Hell Hole" repaired and disassembled till purchased by the current owner in 2019.The car was stripped down to the bare metal and paint handled by Chestshire Custom and Collision of Saint Augustine. All other work and assemly was preformed by the current owner. D-Jet intack
This two owner 1987 Porsche 959 is a well-maintained Komfort model with 6,221 kilometers (3,865 miles) from new. This example is unrestored and is presented in its 100% factory original glory right down to the factory hollow 17″ center-lock magnesium wheels and original Bridgestone RE71s. This example is accompanied by the difficult-to-source 959-specific original accessories including the compressor setup, tool kits, factory jack, and safety kit.
The 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster celebrated the end of the first generation of air-cooled 911 production with its unique profile on a turbo-look body and the 3.2 Carrera engine. The aluminum-framed windshield that is over 3 inches lower and raked 5 degrees flatter than the 911 Cabriolet, it teamed up with the twin-humped fiberglass tonneau that covers the folded top. Only 823 Speedsters were sold in America, and most are found in collections in museums - but not this one! Nort Northam's Speedster can be found plying the highways and byways in Florida and North Carolina! It's a driver!
"The Bean" was acquired as a street car from California after a long search for the right color and equipment. Transformed into a race car, "the Bean" raced all over the United States for many years, and it is presented here in an "as raced" condition.
This vehicle started its life as a 1975 911S but has been transformed into an offroad mud-eating machine. Over the summer of 2021 this 911 was completely overhauled including an upgraded transmission, suspension, engine, skid plates, bumpers, seats and so much more by the foremost Safari builders, Kelly-Moss Racing.
As it stands today it is equally happy of driving the streets of the eastern seaboard (as it did on a 1900 mile trip down to Werks) or finding its way through the mud and snow filled backgrounds of New England in the Winter.
I am the 3rd owner of this 911 Turbo Cabriolet, it is finished in GT Silver Metallic over a Terracotta full leather interior, this sample is 1 of 6 cabs shipped to the US in 2008 with this color combination. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six paired with a five-speed Tiptronic S automatic transaxle and all-wheel drive, producing 480 HP.
The only mod is the Pioneer Navigation / CarPlay System.
I have enjoyed many miles along the curvy roads of the Smoky Mountains in TN and NC including the Tail of the Dragon.
I call this my ESV, "Emotional Support Vehicle"
2009 Carrera S Cabriolet......
42,000 miles, 997.2 , 385 HP, PDK 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. A two owner car, all original, unmolested and completely stock. It was originally a Colorado car. I purchased it last year from the original owner in Aspen Colorado. The maintenance schedule is current and up to date. The original owner had the Major Maintenance Service completed at 37,500 in Denver.
It is a wonderful car to drive especially on sunny days with the top down.
34,500 miles, all original exterior and interior. Paint correction, ceramic sealer and concours preparation by owner.
Stage 1 tune after adding 200 cats and a Milltek exhaust. Upgraded suspension with Bilstein PSS10 coil overs. All new GT3 suspension components , lowered and professional aligned. Three piece, color matched, 19” Forgeline Motorsport wheels carrying Michelin Tires (F245 & R305).
This car offers the handling of a GT3 along with the power of an unleashed twin turbo. Simple put, this is the best of what a 996 can be.
The actual car featured at the Petersen Museum "Porsche Effect" exhibit Jan. 2018-May 2019 This is #17 of 60 and 1 of 20 Manuals as well as 1 of 8 with Glass Sunroof. Driven to Parades, DRT in Miami, Sportscar Together in Indianapolis, WERKS and Regional events. Currently showing 14k miles and driven as much as i can
"Club Blau" the special color was originally exclusive to the 60 cars but after one year it was made part of the PTS Exclusive program.
Other Exclusive features are dual deviated stitching, dual color seatbelts, Club Blau car cover, leather edged floor mats and Club Blau keys
This automatic 924 S was left-for-dead at a mechanic's shop for many years. After purchasing it, Elizabeth and her grandfather Kevin (of 924s944.com) set about cleaning and repairing it. Elizabeth performed the majority of the work herself with Kevin's guidance.
This is Elizabeth's first car.
The car had many mechanical issues and significant interior issues due to moisture, mold, and insects. It is presented now with the mechanical issues resolved, and custom carpet and upholstery. This is a project in progress; Elizabeth intends to continue improving the car as she daily drives it.
The Porsche COA states this Speedster was manufactured on November 30, 1955 with a Red Exterior and Beige Leatherette Interior. Options are listed as Sealed Beam Headlights and Tachometer in Miles. The car was reportedly stored from 1971 to 2003, when a high end professional refurbishment began. Powered by a 1,720cc from a 912 with tasteful driver upgrades including a ZF steering box, 911 dual-circuit brake master cylinder, brake lines, and wheel cylinders.
Panorama 774/ pg 82 shows 'Analog1'@ WERKS 21- New in '84 3.2L Flat Six produced 208bhp/192 ft/lbs torque. Bosch ECU was debuted & Porsche braking & larger factory internals make this one of the most engaging and fun cars to drive. This car was ordered in Slate Blue Metallic options include: 158-Monterey Blaupunkt/ 395-16" fuchs/ 454-Auto Spd Cntrl/ 469-Black Roofliner/ 474- Sport Shocks/ 533-Alarm/ 650-Moon roof. Full bare metal resto w/ Porsche Factory paint in 2005. Original Blue Leather Interior- Engine out rebuild 5k miles ago. Upgraded AC allows spirited driving up and down the Coast!
Proudly showing this 1974 RSR Tribute car to the historic era of Porsche racing in 1974 and 1975 and beyond. The car is a frame off rotisserie restoration to what you see today and caused famed Porsche race engineer Norbert Singer to declare "it looks like it just rolled out of WERK 1" and signified his approval by autographing the dash. In storage for the last 12 years and has just undergone a complete engine rebuild and freshening by John Forbes of Black Forest Racing in Denver, N.C. It features a 3.0 liter twin-plug engine producing over 300 hp and has raced throughout the southeast U.S.
Zotz's Racing built the car for racing in SCCA, HSR and SVRA. Car has a long history of many class wins and podiums. Recent complete rotisserie restoration. Paint is Porsche Exclusive Gold. Engine is a 2.0 liter six, twin plugged with 46 MM PMO carbs. Transmission is a 901 with limited slip and a hydraulic clutch, it also has an external pump and cooler. Fuel cell was custom made to accommodate the large front mounted oil cooler and maintain maximum capacity for enduro races. The trunk lids, doors and roof panel are carbon fiber. The car is a tribute to 914-6's raced in the 1970's.
Owned for 41 years, this car was our first purchase as newlyweds for just $6,750; a handsome sum at the time.
'68 was the last year of the SWB 911. COA shows the car is matching numbers. Kept mostly original, the one-year-only USDOT side marker lenses have been deleted; stainless heater boxes and 15" Fuchs added. In 1984 Brumos did complete engine rebuild (mtl & lbr only $2,554). Glass-out repaint original color was done in 2010.
For many years it was our daily driver. At 53 years old, and long time family member we enjoy its smooth, analog simplicity and distinctive air cooled sound.
This 1983 911 SC was converted to Turbo Slantnose configuration in the 1980's. It is Powered by an 930 engine built by Black Forest Racing / John Forbes including many racing upgrades including a modified K27s turbocharged. It dyno'd at the wheels with 364 hp and 390 ft-lb. 930 engine, brakes, suspension and 4-speed G50 transmission are all from '87. The Slantnose conversion was performed in all steel components similar to the factory versions. Conversion to a slant configuration is frequently controversial, but offers a styling nod to the highly successful 935's of the late 1970's.
"Charlie" is our tangerine 1969 Porsche 912. We drive him weekly and attend Porsche and racing events across the southeast. Charlie has also developed a sizable following on social media.
You can follow Charlie on Instagram @Charliethe912
You can also find articles and videos about the car at http://NineMotoring.com