Three-Gauge Project: 1966 Porsche 912 Coupe

Over the years, the rising tide of early 911 prices has carried the fortunes of the less-favored 912 ever higher. Fear not, gentle reader, for here we have evidence that solid 912s are still out there, waiting to be… more»

Original Engine! 1969 Porsche 912 Targa Project

Introduced in 1965 as the entry-level model in Porsche’s lineup, the 912 combined the body and chassis of the newly introduced iconic 911 model with a detuned version of the powertrain of the outgoing 356. A smaller, less powerful… more»

Major Project: 1968 Porsche 912

There are plenty of people who harbor dreams of owning a classic Porsche but find the costs too prohibitive, That is where cars like this 1968 Porsche 912 can fit into the equation. This one has rust and accident… more»

Rust-Free Driver: 1969 Porsche 912

The Porsche 912 was an innovative concept which succeeded in buffering the company against potential financial hardship. With the 911 due for release in 1963, and plans in place to end production of the venerable 356, Porsche perceived potential… more»

No Reserve Driver! 1966 Porsche 912 SWB

If the location of this car has anything to do with its make, model, and price, some repentance should be in order. Currently sitting in sin city, Las Vegas, Nevada, this 1966 Porsche 912 SWB Long Hood has a… more»

Unusual Factory Option: 1968 Porsche 912

For Porsche, the 912 was a sales success. It initially outsold the 911, and between its introduction in 1965 and the (first) end of production in 1969, Porsche was able to sell in excess of 32,000 of these little… more»

Black Plate Survivor: 1966 Porsche 912

Initially produced between 1965 and 1969, the 912 acted as Porsche’s entry-level offering, and also rated as a sales success. During its initial production run, 32,000 912s rolled off the line in just over 4-years. So successful was the… more»

Project Porsche: 1966 Porsche 912

This 1966 Porsche 912 could be dubbed a bit of a Frankenstein car, due to the fact that it has been the subject of so many changes. Given the fact that the 912 was initially developed as an entry-level… more»