Porsche 912

Factory A/C? 1969 Porsche 912

The Rodney Dangerfield of Porsches? Maybe not, the 912, like this 1969 example gets respect for its 911 styling and my experience tells me that they are a fun driving experience. Still, many will say, in spite of the… more»

No Reserve Engine Rebuild: 1966 Porsche 912

While not a Porsche-o-file, I definitely appreciate the engineering excellence and understated elegance that Porsche has incorporated into their cars since their beginning. I have had experience driving a Cayman and GT3 for a few laps on a controlled,… more»

1 of 9 in the USA: 1965 Porsche 912

This first-year entry-level Porsche 912 was imported to Seattle, WA as a brand-new vehicle in 1965, and it has lived there ever since. It’s currently for sale by it’s second owner, and appears to be in pristine condition with… more»

Operating Project: 1969 Porsche 912

Not always getting the respect that they deserve is the Porsche 912. How unfortunate, they are deserving cars in the Porsche tradition. And today, we have an end of the line 1969 example for review. Having been parked since… more»

Original Irish Green: 1968 Porsche 912

When I came across this 1968 Porsche 912, I just had to take a closer look. Back in 1999, I was visiting a friend out of state and he had a ’68 Porsche 912 and he loaned it to… 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»

Porch Find: 1968 Porsche 912 Project

It’s amazing what a good set of wheels can do for an otherwise poorly represented car on craigslist. This 1968 Porsche 912 appears to be parked on a porch, with no engine and no mention of whether it’s a… more»