Porsche Barn Finds

No Reserve Driver! 1966 Porsche 912 SWB

If the location of this car has anything to do with its make, model, and price, some repentance should be in order. Currently sitting in sin city, Las Vegas, Nevada, this 1966 Porsche 912 SWB Long Hood has a… more»

Rare Spec: 1958 Porsche 356A Reutter Coupe!

Up for sale is an Auratium Green 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Reutter Coupe. While the VIN plates photos are hard to read, we at least get to see it and the seller has a Porsche Production Specifications sheet. This… more»

All-Weather Fun: 1990 Porsche 911 C4 Cabriolet

Could this be the perfect all-weather sports car? The fact that this is a droptop 911 ensures that it’s fun in the summer, but this one is also equipped with all-wheel-drive for some winter thrills! The Carrera 4 was… more»

Matching Numbers Basketcase: 1962 Porsche 356

How badly do you want a numbers-matching Porsche 356? Given how many of these cars lost their original drivelines given they were once cheap and disposable, it’s a rare find to discover a standard model the retains its matching… more»

German Barn Find: 1957 Porsche P111

Seeing a one-owner vehicle here in the U.S. is always fun, especially when it’s a few decades old. Finding a one-owner 1957 Porsche P111 tractor from Germany is even more unusual. This Bonn Find – actually it’s from Weinstra├če… more»

Nicely Preserved: 1989 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

The G-series of the Porsche 911 remains one of the more popular generations to buy, either as a project or a usable driver. In particular, enthusiasts like models like this with the smoother-shifting G50 manual gearbox. However, convertibles like… more»

Well Documented 1968 Porsche 912 Project

This 1968 Porsche 912 strikes me on being just over the right side of that jagged edge of project car ownership. It’s rough, but it’s solid in enough places that you can tolerate the bad spots. A complete interior,… more»

READER AD: 1977 Porsche 911S Targa

The seller of this Porsche 911 Targa points out that it mimics the style of Magnus Walker’s 1976 Minerva Blue Turbo Porsche. While it may be a repaint, the color combo is sharp and rarely seen. It’s a rust-free… more»

Engine Swap Candidate: 1969 Porsche 911 Targa

While it looks like it was just rescued from a junkyard, this 1969 Porsche 911T appears to be someone’s stalled project given the amount of spare sheetmetal included in the sale. This is a Targa roof car, making it… more»

Unusual Factory Option: 1968 Porsche 912

For Porsche, the 912 was a sales success. It initially outsold the 911, and between its introduction in 1965 and the (first) end of production in 1969, Porsche was able to sell in excess of 32,000 of these little… more»

The World’s Oldest Porsche is For Sale!

Every legend has to begin somewhere. As you stand today and admire a Porsche 911, a Boxster, a Cayman, or any of the racing cars that have helped to cement the Porsche name into the record books as a… more»

Rare Hardtop: 1961 Porsche 356 Cabriolet

Normally, I’m not a fan of convertible 356s, but the hardtop in this instance changes my opinion. Factory hardtops are often hard to come by, likely because they’re an expensive option when new and most convertible buyers likely don’t… more»

Non-Matching SC: 1964 Porsche 356

One of the things that sellers occasionally do that really impresses me is to track down the correct engine for a car missing its numbers-matching unit. This 1964 Porsche 356 is a genuine SC, one of the more desirable… more»

Golden Project: 1971 Porsche 911

If you’re in the market for a long hood 911 project, then may we suggest this one? It has been off the road since 1979 but appears to be very complete and original. There are a few problems areas… more»

Basic B Coupe: 1963 Porsche 356

Do you ever think about how many people went absolutely nuts when the Porsche bubble was expanding daily, paying huge premiums on otherwise completely average Porsche 356 carcasses? It’s refreshing to see cars like this somewhat rusty B coupe… more»

911 Alternative? 1981 Porsche 924 Turbo

There was a time, not long ago, where I was damn sick and tired of turbocharging. It’s become fairly commonplace, offered as means of replacing actual displacement and turning once-glorious engines into timid, four-cylinder versions of their former selves…. more»