Rare Bumblebee: 1974 Porsche 914 Can Am Limited Edition

The rising tide that has lifted vintage Porsche prices into the stratosphere has had a large effect on the Porsche 914 market.  These once maligned little sports cars are now fetching real money for good examples.  That is, if… more»

LSD Equipped: 55k Mile 1979 Porsche 911SC

This 1979 Porsche 911 SC is described as a numbers-matching survivor that has lived in Arizona all its life and today has just 55K original miles on the clock. This is about as good as it gets for me… more»

Lightweight Edition: 1983 Porsche 911 SC

This 1983 Porsche 911 SC is a European-market example that the seller describes as being a “lightweight.” Now, when you call a performance car a “lightweight,” it tends to signal to enthusiasts that the vehicle in question was commissioned… more»

Low-Mile, High-Price: 1975 Porsche 911 S Coupe

Can someone please find me a time machine? I want to go back to about 20 years ago, buy up all the Porsche 911s in the world, and sit on them for a few years. If I did this,… more»

40K Mile 964: 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo

I’ve spent a fair amount of time watching the 964 market for the venerable Porsche 911, and if one thing is clear, it’s that this is a model that is currently on a tear. There are a few factors… more»

Rare 1942 GMC Truck Comes With a Pile of Parts

Old GMC trucks are often used as parked advertising for antique shops and the like. There, they rust in peace. This one, however, is a work in progress, with a lot already done. It’s a rare 1942 Canada-built half-ton… more»

Everything Goes! Mark Smith Estate Auction

Come October 19-21, 2022 the Hill City of Lynchburg, Virginia hosts the Mark Smith Estate Auction, where myriad belongings of the late auto enthusiast go to the highest bidder. With all lots at No Reserve, you know someone will… more»

Vintage Racer Project: 1973 Porsche 911 Track Car

I can only imagine how gutting it is to get so far on a project and realize there’s still far too much work to be done – at least, more than you feel like dealing with. Track cars are… more»

BF Auction: Ravenna Green 1973 Porsche 914

About five years ago, we set out on a quest to find a Porsche 914. We really wanted a 911, but prices were already skyrocketing. After reading about the 914, we realized they offered a lot of that Porsche… more»

No Reserve Gamble: 1985 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

These days, the entry point to Porsche 911 ownership is slightly different than it used to be. Put simply, the project-grade 911 is a car that used to be considered too far gone to restore. Now, that car will… more»

Hidden For 47 Years: 1956 Porsche Speedster

Over the last few years, I have greatly enjoyed watching a boutique car dealership grow into a powerhouse in the vintage and collector automobile marketplace. LBI Limited has quickly earned a reputation for being ahead of the curve on… more»

Texas Collection: Fords, Chevrolets, and More!

It’s kind of sad when you see someone selling off a collection of cars. Especially when they appear to be prized possessions that have been kept in a museum-like environment. But it’s not such a teary occasion when you… more»

Warehouse Full: Classic and Not-So-Classic Cars

Located in a warehouse near Metuchen, New Jersey is a collection or series of collections that comprise more than 300 vehicles. It appears a variety of major brands are represented, of both domestic and international origin. It seems that… more»

Barn Find Project Porsche: 1983 Porsche 944

Who’s up for a project Porsche? Anyone? Hello? The Porsche 944 came after the 924 and front-engine, water-cooled Porsches were never too popular with the dyed-in-the-wool 911 fans but they were mostly good cars, fun to drive, and fairly… more»

Black Plate Special: 1968 Porsche 912 California Barn Find

America’s family farms have been steadily disappearing over the past 40 (or so) years. What does that have to do with cars? Well, as any famous picker will tell you, good stuff is found in barns and barns are… more»

Air-Cooled Art Car: 1972 Porsche 911 Targa

I have to admit, I don’t quite know what’s going on here. This 1972 Porsche 911 Targa is described – well, poorly, but it seems as if the seller intended for this car to become an art installation versus… more»