Porsche Barn Finds

Huge 911 Stash: 1972 Porsche 911 Targa

Feast your eyes on a treasure trove of air-cooled goodness, looming in the darkness of an unknown garage. There’s other goodness here, too, if you’re a German car fan, with an E24 chassis BMW 6-Series just visible over the… more»

Clean Carrera Coupe: 1985 Porsche 911

When it comes to air-cooled 911s, you can sometimes feel like you’ve seen it all. After a certain point, it’s hard to get excited about a make and model you’ve seen over and over again, especially on classifieds and… more»

Ready To Drive: 1978 Porsche 911 SC

The Porsche 911 is an interesting machine that has become wildly popular. I’ve always appreciated the unique engineering and looks of these cars, but when prices first sky-rocketed, I didn’t quite understand the sudden surge in interest. That was… more»

9k Miles? 1972 Porsche 911 Targa

Ambition and determination are two very strong traits when it comes to restoring a car. Although they are admirable, they can get you into trouble, like with this ’72 Porsche 911 Targa. Having possibly only covered 9,000 miles in… more»

1-of-1: 1991 Porsche 911 Reimagined By Singer

The Porsche 911 is a car of legends, and its iconic shape is one of the most instantly recognizable in the automotive world. They are already considered desirable, but when you find one that has been “Reimagined by Singer,”… more»

Paul Mitchell’s Targa? 1982 Porsche 911

This 1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa is selling for no reserve, and the stickers along the rocker panel suggests possible celebrity ownership. The seller notes he purchased the 911 from a longtime owner, who owned it since 1985 and… more»

Outlaw Project: Backdated 1976 Porsche 911

Are you good at puzzles? If your skillset includes Porsche restoration, this is probably a fairly easy one. It’s a completely disassembled 1976 Porsche 911 “long hood” project that’s listed here on eBay in Oakwood, Georgia with a $40,000… more»

No Reserve: Mint 1981 Porsche 924 Turbo

The 924 was the replacement for Porsches more budget-friendly 914. It was a serious departure from the 914 in a number of ways but proved to be quite popular. Being an entry-level Porsche meant it lacked the kind of… more»

Rare Top And Color: 1985 Porsche 911 Targa

This 1985 Porsche 911 Targa is a driver-grade example featuring one of the lesser seen paint schemes of Moss Green Metallic over tan. When it comes to aircooled 911s these days, it doesn’t take much for the cars to be… more»

ENDING SOON! No Reserve 1973 Porsche 914

The Porsche 914 is a great option if you want to experience an air-cooled sports car but aren’t ready to step up to a 911. You sit low to the ground and the engine is right behind your back… more»

Basement Find: 1973 Porsche 914

There are three days remaining in the auction for this 1973 Porsche 914 and the bidding is starting to heat up for this clean, Southern car. The 914 is listed for sale here on eBay and is currently bid… more»

Backyard Find? 1969 Porsche 911 T

This 1969 Porsche 911T looks like it’s been sitting in someone’s backyard for a few decades, or perhaps a small salvage yard, following a nose hit that took out the front fenders, headlamps, and bumper. Of course, what was… more»

Tent Find: 1965 Porsche 912 Sunroof Coupe

This stalled Porsche 912 project was to be the owner’s final solo restoration job, but due to health issues, it will remain unfinished and up to the next owner to wrap up. Fortunately, this is a solid platform for… more»

Upgraded Engine! 1967 Porsche 912

I would put this find in the “less is sometimes more” department. This 1967 Porsche 912 is a sharp-looking little car that is minus extraneous detail though, admittedly, minus the 911’s power too. Nevertheless, it’s a fine sports car… more»

Rare Colors : 1985.5 Porsche 944

There are plenty of sports cars that seemingly were meant to wear one shade of paint, leaving all other colors out in the cold. Of course, this isn’t true – certain cars look good no matter the first owner’s… more»

Two Garage Survivor: 44K Mile 1987 Porsche 944

For years, the Porsche 924 and 944 were the cheapest P-cars you could buy, often times selling for less than some cheap front-wheel drive Japanese coupe, but collectors didn’t take much notice. Then, the 911 gets hot, and most… more»