Passionate Owner Wanted: 1969 Porsche 911

It happens from time-to-time. A person will own a classic car that is their pride and joy, and for one reason or another, the fire in the belly, the passion that fuels their love for their prized and desirable… more»

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Barn Fresh: 1973 Porsche 911E Targa

If you haven’t noticed, air-cooled Porsches are hot these days. Some of the hype is… well… just hype, but they are actually really great cars. They were well built, a blast to drive and unique enough to stand out… more»

1976 Porsche 911S Hot Rod

Most enthusiasts love Porsche’s 911 models, especially the classic models. Because of their unfortunate susceptibility to rust, there aren’t too many clean examples left, but this 1976 Porsche 911S that’s available here on eBay is a clean and very… more»

Project Porsche: 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera

When discussing iconic vehicles from the 1980s, it isn’t shocking in the slightest if the Porsche 911 comes up in conversation. These powerful and attractive sports cars are incredibly sought after by collectors, with restored examples fetching big bucks… more»

All-Weather Fun: 1990 Porsche 911 C4 Cabriolet

Could this be the perfect all-weather sports car? The fact that this is a droptop 911 ensures that it’s fun in the summer, but this one is also equipped with all-wheel-drive for some winter thrills! The Carrera 4 was… more»

Golden Project: 1971 Porsche 911

If you’re in the market for a long hood 911 project, then may we suggest this one? It has been off the road since 1979 but appears to be very complete and original. There are a few problems areas… more»

We Bought This Porsche 911 Off Craigslist!

Craigslist is great, but there are certain vehicles that you just don’t expect to find on there. Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and air-cooled Porsche 911s for example. We are always watching for anything interesting, so imagine our surprise when this ’82… more»

Stuttgart Stretch: 1989 Porsche 911 Limousine

To many people, the 1990s represented the last full decade where automotive manufacturers and aftermarket customizers treated vehicles as something more than A to B appliances, though one could easily argue that the shift towards the mundane began midway… more»

Original 1971 Porsche 911

This barn find gem, in Irish Green, is a 1971 Porsche 911 T that is being sold for $52,000 with the ability to make an offer. What are you getting for that price? Well, for starters, the car has… more»

Restoration Ready 1978 Porsche 911 Targa

It is safe to say that there is a long road ahead of this 1978 Porsche 911 Targa. Resting on the ground as only a shell of its former self, it does have a clean title and a buy… more»

Flooring Required: 1966 Porsche 911 Coupe

The Porsche 911 is legendary in the European sports car segment of the collector car hobby. Based off of the 356, the 911 first rolled off the assembly line in 1964. This particular car is a 1966 and can… more»

Chariot Of Fire: 1987 Porsche Targa Chassis

What exactly does one do with completely gutted, rusted, 1987 Porsche Targa chassis like this one found here on eBay? I’ve always been up for a challenge, and am an avid follower of salvage title wrecks that might yield… more»

Tulip Mania: 1979 Porsche 911

Do you remember “tulip mania” from your history classes in school?  If you were sleeping that day, then I’ll help you.  Basically, in 1637, a new type of tulip bulb hit the market, and demand rapidly outpaced supply.  People… more»

Put Out To Pasture: 1969 Porsche 911S

While Porsche prices have been softening a bit over the past few months, there’s no doubt 911s are still hot ticket items. This 911S has all kinds of issues, yet it has already been bid up over $38k! Being… more»

Dusty $100,000: 1970 Porsche 911S

Another dusty air cooled find is looking for a new home. Stored for an undetermined amount of time, this 911S is a California native that has had just two owners in its lifetime. Pulled from its garage to see… more»

Good Handling Basketcase: 1972 Porsche 911

The days of the affordable classic 911 are long gone. So, unless you have inherited a bunch of money or are very friendly with your banker, a project may be your only option. The upfront cost will be lower… more»