One Family Owner: 1976 Porsche 912

One of the more attractive features of any classic or vintage car is long-term ownership history. While I can’t pinpoint one specific benefit tied to single-family ownership, it does feel better buying a car this way versus one that… more»

S Package Project: 1971 Porsche 911S Targa

You just know looking at this pale yellow Porsche 911 that it’s going to go home with a new owner sooner than later. The equipment list checks a lot of boxes for air-cooled enthusiasts, including the “S” package, along… more»

Unrestored Cabriolet: 1984 Porsche 911

While we love unrestored cars, there can occasionally be some modest deflation to your elation caused by the fact that not every original car is still in pristine shape. In fact, many of us are willing to live with… more»

Stored Since 2014: 1973 Porsche 914 2.0

It’s sometimes shockingly easy to acquire projects. While we can occasionally feel somewhat down in the mouth that there are no good deals to be had in today’s collector car market, there are still plenty of reasonable buys hiding… more»

Too Good to be True? 1975 Porsche 911 Targa

These days, you can usually identify a scam a mile away. We’ve all gotten better at seeing the flaky language; the terrible photos; the laughable asking price. But that doesn’t mean deals don’t exist, or that there are realistic… more»

931 Project Car: 1981 Porsche 924 Turbo

The Porsche 924 Turbo is a real-deal limited production model that has flown under the radar for years. Otherwise known by its internal chassis code 931, the turbocharged four-cylinder helped improve the humble performance of the naturally-aspirated model, which… more»

Nice View From the Engine Bay: 1975 Porsche 911 Project

The iconic Porsche 911 changed the world of sports cars forever. While its predecessor, the 356, was popular in its own right, the 911 offered a more comfortable, powerful ride. In fact, Porsche was all about incremental increases in… more»

Two Owner Example: 1983 Porsche 911 SC

When it comes to Porsche 911s, it can sometimes seem like a feast or famine situation. In one regard, these air-cooled classics have become so sought after that they rarely stick around long when one appears for sale; on… more»

Martini Championship Edition: 1977 Porsche 924

Porsche is a company that doesn’t often give in to superfluous special editions. That might explain why cars like this Porsche 924 Martini Championship Edition are one of only a few models ever to be sold with some decals… more»

Reutter Cabriolet: 1952 Porsche 356 “Pre-A”

You may think if you have a Porsche 356 in the garage, you’ve reached one of the mountaintops of collector car ownership. And heck, you’re not far off, especially if it’s a Super 90 or Speedster. However, there’s a… more»

Too Far Gone? 1961 Porsche 356

The Porsche 356 was built from 1948 through 1965 and is considered an iconic ride nowadays. Light in weight, it was a nimble-handling sports car available in coupe and convertible body styles. More than 76,000 of them were built… more»

Sunroof Coupe: 1962 Porsche 356B Super

While we see a fair number of Porsche 356s come up for sale on an ongoing basis, the equipment levels and heritage make all the difference in the world when assessing desirability. This particular car is a 1962 Porsche… more»

Rollover Victim: 1960 Porsche 356

Oof. Pour out a glass for the former owner of this pretty 1960 Porsche 356, who apparently had a very bad day that ended in a roll-over. At first, seeing the car’s location in Florida prompted me to speculate… more»

BF Auction: 1987 Porsche 924 S

If you’re interested in joining the largest car club in the world, this might be your most affordable way in. The Porsche Car Club of America puts on a lot of fun events all over the country and most… more»

Rare Widebody: 1985 Porsche 911 M491

The turbocharged Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic sports cars ever built. It was known for its incredible performance, twitchy handling, and muscular looks, among other notable features. However, the “look” is often the cause for many… more»

Many Questions: 1961 Porsche 356B Super

In the Porsche world – but also for Corvettes, Mustangs, Ferraris, and certain other marques – collectors can be apoplectic about details such as the right wheel nut, the right color, the right date-coded owner’s manual, let alone the… more»