You Can Now Buy The Fastest Porsche 962 Ever Built

Porsche 962

This is thought to be the fastest Porsche 962 ever built – chassis 962-108. Legendary racing driver Derek Bell drove the car to victory at the 1989 Daytona 24 Hours, and he would later describe it as his favorite 962 – quite a compliment coming from a man who drove many of them, and almost…

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1972 Porsche 914/6 – Race-Prepared to FIA Standards

Porsche 914/6 Interior

The Porsche 914/6 is the flat-6 version of the popular 914 model – a car developed by Porsche to slot into its line-up below the 911 (at a lower price point), with engaging handling thanks to its mid-mounted engine, a very low centre of gravity, independent suspension, and a ~2,100 lb kerb weight. The Porsche…

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A 1964 Porsche 356 Outlaw with a 236 HP 2.8 Liter Flat-6

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This 1964 Porsche 356 Outlaw has suspension and a tubular steel chassis developed and built by Porsche racing legend and former Brumos Racing Crew Chief Mike Colucci. This fact alone would make it a highly desirable car to any well-read member of the Porsche cognoscenti, but it also has a 1975 911 engine hand-built by noted Porsche engine…

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Paris-Dakar Rally Porsche 959 Plain Body Prints

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The Porsche 959 The Porsche 959 was the first of the modern supercars. It was originally conceived for the borderline insane world of Group B racing, but the class was cancelled by the FIA before the twin-turbocharged 959 could be homologated. That said, it’s likely that Group B had evolved beyond the scope of the…

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Barn Find: 1965 Porsche 912

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As with most barn finds, this 1965 Porsche 912 has a special story. It was bought new in the Netherlands on Christmas Eve in 1965 by an exceptionally lucky man’s wife – who gifted it to him the next day on Christmas morning. His wife’s name was Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, and the man was…

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1986 Gemballa Cyrrus

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There are few German cars as controversial as the Gemballa modified 911s. Some love them, many hate them, but the one thing no one can deny is that they always gather a crowd of curious onlookers. The Gemballa Cyrrus The Gemballa Cyrrus and it’s sister car the Avalanche are the vehicles that helped launch the…

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