Porsche Barn Finds

Under the Barn Find: 1967 Porsche 911

While discovering a barn find is exciting, having that barn find be a car you’ve waited your entire life to own is something out of pure fantasy and folklore. It did happen for one enthusiast in West Virginia, who… more»

Emerald in the Barn: 1976 Porsche 912

This 1976 Porsche 912 is a very pretty car, wearing a rare paint code known as Emerald Green. The 912 is clearly parked tightly into a barn with multiple cars, including what appear to be additional 911s. The seller… more»

Metal Work Started: 1962 Porsche 356

This 1962 Porsche 356 may be appealing to some potential air-cooled fans, as it’s cheap by 356 standards and a previous owner has already started tackling the massive undertaking of restoring the body. The seller is well-regarded air-cooled seller… more»

Floor Pans Done: 1966 Porsche 912

This 1966 Porsche 912 is lacking an engine at the moment, but does come with a 5-speed manual transmission and new floor pans installed. The seller notes it is a desirable “three gauge” car that has evidence of previous… more»

30 Year Sleep: 1960 Porsche 356 Roadster

Far from your typical barn find, this 1960 Porsche 356B 1600 Super Roadster, offered here by Gullwing Motors for $149,500 in Astoria (Queens), New York, is in very respectable condition, though it’s been off the road since 1990 and… more»

Black Plate Survivor: 1962 Porsche 356 Cabriolet

This 1962 Porsche 356 cabriolet is a California black plate survivor, said to have been in family ownership since 1990. The 356 is certainly rough around the edges but appears largely free from major corrosion and displays an acceptable… more»

Cool Daily Driver: 1959 Porsche 356

Owning a classic car that could be used as a daily driver is always an interesting option, and that is a real possibility with this 1959 Porsche 356. It is a solid and clean car that should offer its… more»

Six Cylinder Equipped: 1970 Porsche 914-6

This 1970 Porsche 914 appears to be a nicely preserved survivor, with just one repaint in its history file and no apparent sigs of modifications or rust. The seller notes it does have records of being stolen in the… more»

Carport Find: Ruf-Modified Porsche 930

A barn find Porsche 930 is near impossible to find; a Ruf-tuned 930 ups the unlikelihood to nosebleed levels of difficulty. The listing for a Ruf-enhanced 930 shows a dusty, neglected car that was supposedly discovered in a carport… more»

Barn Fresh 1958 Porsche Speedster!

This 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster is selling at no reserve on Saturday, October 5. Said to be an impressive survivor with a wonderfully patina’d exterior, it’s one of the few that hasn’t been put into a museum or undergone… more»

Documented Targa Survivor: 1969 Porsche 912

This 1969 Porsche 912 Targa comes with extensive history and a near-fully documented ownership history. We don’t see these cars all that often in colors other than red, white, and black (throw in Irish Green if you think there’s… more»

Special Colors: 1961 Porsche 356 B

This 1961 Porsche 356 is a project car that left the factory wearing a rare shade of paint known as Royal Blue. The car has undergone some attempts at restoration, and is being sold by known 356 expert Unobtanium… more»

Mid-Engine Fun: 1974 Porsche 914 Project

With Porsche 356 and 911 prices holding steady, it looks like the interest in air-cooled P-Cars is starting shift away from the more expensive cars down to the affordable and fun 914. To be honest, I’m surprised it didn’t… more»

Cheap But Rusty: 1965 Porsche 356

This 1965 Porsche 356 is listed as a cheap project with significant rust issues, but some great factory colors may sway an air-cooled enthusiast to take it on. The 356 is listed by well known Porsche specialist Unobtanium Inc.,… more»

1 of 449: 1968 Porsche 911 L

While it can seem like there are endless designations that make one air-cooled 911 better than another, a genuine 911 “L” is a rare bird. With just 449 ever made for the U.S. market, this car may be rough… more»

Euro Spec Survivor: 1983 Porsche 944

If you are looking to enter the Porsche world, but just can’t afford an air-cooled example, the 944 is actually a great option. They are well balanced, fun to drive and fairly easy to work on. Prices have slowly… more»