Grey Garage Find: 1966 Porsche 912

Grey 1966 Porsche 912 Rear

A Porsche 912 may not be as quick as its big brother, the 911, but it can be a fun driver with its rear mounted engine and light steering. This 1966 Porsche 912 survivor sports a rare factory slat grey paint job and it could make a great driver. It is available on eBay with no reserve and the auction ending in one day.

Grey 1966 Porsche 912 Front

This is an early 912 and even though it slotted well below the 911, it still offered the engine from the 356C and many of the options that were available on the 911. This car is going to need some work because it has been sitting for last seven years in a garage but it is very original and solid. There are a few dings in the body but we would attempt to repair what we could without messing too much with the original paint. The underside looks clean with very little rust.

Grey 1966 Porsche 912 Interior

The interior shows some wear and warping from the heat. We would clean it up and replace a few pieces here and there as money and time would allow.

Grey 1966 Porsche 912 Engine

Here is a shot of the flat four out back. We just hope that it does not need a rebuild because it would be pricey. The seller claims that it runs good but it could use a good detailing and a service. We would go through this car mechanically and make sure everything is road worthy. Then we would just preserve it as best we could and enjoy the heck out of it.


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