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2018 Porsche 718 Boxster with a 6-speed manual transmission and only 13,800 miles. The 2018 Boxster has a 2.0-liter turbo flat-four that produces 300 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. This Boxster has an upgraded sport exhaust system that sounds great. This vehicle is painted in Racing Yellow with black interior and power sport seats. The exterior and interior are in like new condition with no flaws to speak of. The Carfax shows 2-owners with no accidents or damage reported. This is a non-smoker vehicle with 2 keys and all the books included. Still under the Porsche factory warranty and recently serviced, ready to go!

Factory Options:
18” Cayman Wheels
Wheel center caps with colored Porsche Crest
Lane Change Assist
6-speed Manual Transmission
Heated Multifunction Steering Wheel
Luggage net in passenger footwell
Smoking Package
Bi-Xenon Headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System
Bose Surround Sound System
Standard Black Interior
Porsche Connect
Power Sport Seats with memory package
Racing Yellow
Premium Package Plus

Price: SOLD
1971 Porsche 911T Sunroof Coupe- Metallic Blue over Black Leatherette. Original Matching Numbers car with Certificate of Authenticity. To our knowledge the mileage is actual and original.

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Original US Equipment:

Koni Shock Absorbers

Blaupunkt Radio 'Frankfurt' (US-Band)

Comfort Equipment for 911T

Tinted Side Glass in Coupe

Electric Sunroof

Ventilated Chrome Wheels

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Partial cosmetic restoration was completed in 2009 by the previous owner, including a bare metal repaint in the original Blue Metallic color. The car was brought out of storage in 2007, where it had been for about 6 years, and gone through mechanically quite extensively, including a new clutch, throwout bearing, spark plugs, Fuel tank cleaned, carbs rebuilt, New intake gaskets, valve cover gaskets, all fluids and filters changed, and more.

The car is shown with aftermarket seats, non-original headlights, and aftermarket speakers. The original correct seats are in excellent condition and have been replaced back in the car, and the original headlights are included with the car.

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This is a great example of an original '71 911 T. You will not win the Porsche Parade or PCA concours with this one, however, it is in nice shape cosmetically with excellent paint and runs and drives very well. It does have the requisite smoke upon startup and some oil leaks underneath. The car had an inspection done prior to our purchase for which we are happy to share notes with a potential buyer, along with the service records that we have on file. The buyer is welcome to have the car inspected prior to purchase by any shop of their choice.

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Price: SOLD

This is a great driving example of a matching-numbers 1972 911 T with one repaint from its original Signal Yellow (114-9-1) color to what appears to be Tangerine. The car was delivered new to a Stanley Wyner of Pittsburgh, PA, and the original maintenance booklet is stamped with the first few services. While intermediate service history is lacking, the current owner had the car mechanically refurbished in 2016 at Porsche specialist Steinel's Autowerks to the tune of almost $11k. The full receipt detailing the work performed is in the documents section on our website.
The car runs and drives beautifully. It is believed to be original mileage, and comes with an actual mileage title. The motor and gearbox are original to the car and a Certificate of Authenticity is on order. The previous owner had an aftermarket radio which was removed (the door speakers are still present) and a blockoff panel installed in its place. 1972 was of course the only year for the passenger side external oil fill, and as such, this is a fairly rare car should somebody choose to restore it to the original Signal Yellow. The car is completely rust free, and is a very presentable driver. The car comes with a spare 14inch Fuchs, jack, and original tool roll.

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Price: SOLD
This is a 1972 Porsche 911 originally delivered to a US Serviceman in Germany who brought it home with him. The second owner commissioned the build in the late 1990s to make a 1973 Carrera 2.7 RS style tribute. He began with a beautiful condition, rust-free car. All NOS body parts were used including steel front flared fenders, steel rear RS flares, steel rear bumper, and fiberglass front bumper and ducktail, and famed Stoddard Imports performed the restoration. The car was repainted in its original Light Yellow color, and it still shows incredibly well today, as if the restoration was completed recently, which shows the absolute top quality work which is done by Stoddard.
 
The original case was retained and the jugs and pistons were swapped out for 2.4L 911 S cylinders with 2.2L E-spec pistons for maximum compression (approximately 9.8:1). SSI heat exchangers, a high-torque starter, freshly-tuned carbs, custom ground cams and crank, and an electronic MSD ignition complete the package. 911 S front brakes were installed along with 930 tie rods.
 
The 13,253 miles shown on the odometer is claimed to be original, and will be sold with an Actual Mileage title and Odometer Disclosure.
 
The interior was redone with ST-style seats, RS door cards, and radio delete, retaining the original dashboard and steering wheel. 
 
We commissioned a complete engine rebuild and transmission refresh prior to sale, in addition to the wiring being gone through. The car has completed its full break-in period post engine rebuild and had the 1k service done including oil change and valve adjustment. It is ready for the new owner to enjoy to the fullest.
This is probably the most original car ever used as a basis for an RS tribute, and while not an exact replica, it is a very well done hot rod and an absolute blast to drive at a fraction of the cost of a real 2.7 RS.
 
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Price: SOLD
1973 Porsche 911T non-sunroof coupe. Polar Silver over black, matching numbers car with original sales paperwork and factory mechanical fuel injection. Originally White, this car was treated to a professional and quality exterior repaint in Porsche Polar Silver in 1998. Sold new by Gardner Porsche/Audi in Fresno, CA, this is a two-owner car, and the last owner has owned since the mid 1990s in Nevada. He purchased the car with approximately 90k miles on the chassis. It is a dry car and completely rust free.

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The prior owner had the original 2.4 MFI engine and 915 five speed transmission completely and professionally rebuilt. The engine was done to
Price: SOLD

1973 was the last year of the sought-after longhood 911s, and this example is an excellent piece. The car is finished in the original color of Blue Metallic, and a repaint was performed to a very high standard. It has long-term ownership, being purchased by the last owner in 1977. The interior and underside are in fantastic condition, and there is no corrosion present. It was just brought out of long term storage and gone through mechanically to prepare it for sale. The car has an early 1967 sand-cast 2.0L case that with 2.7L pistons and jugs along with a Weber carb setup. The sand cast case was used in the RSRs and is three times stronger than the later magnesium cases. The original engine build was done by Stoddard Porsche as the owner was a personal friend of Chuck Stoddard, and a dyno sheet shows that it produced 220bhp when built. The car also has upgraded S alloy calipers, which also required upgraded struts to be fitted.

This is a fantastic driving car that's been turned up a bit for maximum driving enjoyment, and done with thought and care and attention to the finer details.

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Price: SOLD
1978 Porsche 911 SC Coupe - White over Salmon interior. Beautiful car with a rare and cool color combination. Note: The interior color in person is not as bright as in the photos.

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Excellent mechanical condition - just purchased directly from the previous owner who had it for 10 years and took very good care of it, and prior to that it was owned and maintained by Autobahn Extremist, a well-known Porsche air-cooled specialty shop here in Ohio. When the car was at Autobahn the motor and transmission were gone through.

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The car is in excellent condition, and is all original except for a more recent paint job in the original color, and replaced carpeting. No known accidents or damage. The a/c compressor and associated hardware was removed but we have the compressor in a box. Solid mechanical condition - fires right up with no drama or smoke, idles perfectly, and drives and shifts crisply. An absolute pleasure to drive. Fresh fluid service and brand new tires.

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Price: SOLD

This rare Weissach edition Porsche is running NO RESERVE on Bring a Trailer. Auction closes Wednesday, August 7th and high bidder wins!

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One-owner Platinum Metallic 911 Weissach Limited Edition. This is an original example with no modifications, bought new and serviced locally, and purchased recently from the original owner. The car is free of any accidents, but it was repainted in its original color prior to being delivered to the original owner. He was actually unaware of this, but we discovered the repaint when inspecting for our purchase. It is more common than people realize to have paintwork done at the port or dealer prior to original delivery. 
This is a driver-quality car in terms of overall cosmetic condition, and does show some flaws as detailed in the photos, but is a true, one-owner, low mileage example with service records and a copy of the original title issued in 1980. The original sport seats with red piping have been reupholstered and look brand new. 
The car is fully serviced, having been maintained by the owner at Steinel's Autowerks for the past couple of decades. The owner did not keep the receipts, as he never intended to sell, but we procured the duplicate receipts from 2004-present from the shop. Recent service includes a gearbox rebuild, clutch replacement, valve adjustment, top-end reseal in conjuction with ARP head stud upgrade, R12 A/C service and recharge, full fluid and filter change, and more items, all detailed in the receipts available in PDF form on our website.
This car has had the important updates performed, including the airbox popoff valve, the oil-fed chain tensioners, and the ARP head studs. The car is absolutely 100% mechanically, and ready for many miles and smiles to be put on by the new owner. 

The 1980 Weissach Edition was a limited run of 408 cars built to honor the Porsche Research and Development center located in Weissach, Germany. The Weissach was only sold in the US in just 2 exclusive exterior colors: Platinum Metallic or Black Metallic. They both featured indentical interiors of Doric Gray Full leather, Sport Seats, along with red carpets and piping. On the exterior they featured an early 930-style one-piece rear spoiler, front chin spoiler, forged fuchs alloys in platinum metallic and a standard power sunroof. 

Advertising literature pointed out that at $32,000, the Weissach Edition package was 15-percent less than if the various components were ordered individually, but the point was moot; all 408 of this limited edition 911 sold out with more potential buyers left wanting. Essentially a Turbo minus the boost and the wide rear body work, the Weissach was powered by Porsche’s fuel-injected 3.0 L flat-6 engine driving a 5-speed manual transaxle with limited slip differential. It also offered special paint, wider wheels and tires, stiffer shocks and larger Type-930 disc brakes, a front chin spoiler and rear whale-tail spoiler, sealed-beam halogen headlamps, power remote mirrors and antenna and leather interior trim.

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Price: SOLD

This is an excellent 911 SC Targa with the rare and desirable factory Sport Seats. This SC is finished in Pewter Metallic with Beige/brown interior. It is a unique color combination and a nice departure from the typical Red/black that typifies the 911s of that era. Extensive maintenance has been performed in the last few years, and we just spent about $4k at Steinel's Autowerks making sure this car is ready for the new owner. A/C blows cold, and all accessories except the radio are functioning properly. Service records since 2012 are included with the sale and can be viewed and downloaded in PDF format on our website. The car also includes the original spare tire, jack, books, stamped service booklet, and complete tool kit. This 911 is largely original apart from a newer (1985) Porsche steering wheel, a newer Blaupunkt head unit and aftermarket speakers. It still has the original 85mph speedometer and mileage is documented via the clean Carfax report. This is a great driving example that shows accurate wear for the age and mileage and is mechanically fantastic. 

Factory Options:
Forged Alloy Wheels
US Standard Emissions
Sport Shock Absorbers
Cruise Control
Sport Seats
Fog Lamps

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Price: SOLD

Check out this really clean Euro Porsche 930. Finished in classic Black/Black, this car was fully disassembled in 2013 and restored to a very high standard. The factory sport seats received green plaid inserts and the owner purchased Turbo script floormats to match. On the exterior, the car remains visually stock, except for the 17inch wheels which were rebarrelled by Lindsey Racing from the original 16 inch Fuchs. At the time of the restoration, the engine was completely disassembled and K27 964 Turbos were installed, modified 964 cams from WebCam, new Mahle pistons and cylinders, GT3 oil pump, SACHS Clutch, and a complete rebuild of the engine including a crankshaft cross-drilled for additional cooling by Armando Ayala in order to give the engine longevity. Chris Cervelli built a factory G50 gearbox for this car, which is a massive upgrade over the 4-speed and was only available from the factory in 1989. Only the best in the business worked on this car, and almost everything on the car was built with OEM parts. The build was completed by 2015, and after break-in driving and final tuning, a dyno run was done in 2017 which shows 343rwhp and 352 ft-lb of torque to the rear wheels - a massive improvement over stock. The work was done at about 105k miles and since then the car has only required routine maintenance. New tires were installed in 2017. We just serviced the car at Steinels Autowerks, a local air-cooled Porsche specialist, to ensure that it is tuned properly and ready for the new owner to enjoy.

Extensive documentation of the build is included, and a Carfax shows consistent mileage entries since the car has been in the US. The car comes with all books including the original warranty and service book which shows the car to have been built in June of 1983. The stamping on the engine matches the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, which also verifies the factory sport seats and original color. In addition to the receipts and books, the car comes with workshop manuals, tools, spare tire, and many original or spare parts.

This is a very well done build and will be a fantastic driver for somebody who wants a 930 that's been done properly. A full image gallery of the engine rebuild and restoration process is available upon request.

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Price: SOLD