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We are pleased to represent this very clean, original, and highly-optioned 2011 Porsche GT3. This was the final year of the Mezger-engine manual GT car, featuring a 3.8L direct-injection flat-six producing 435hp. This particular car is all original with and no stories. The only departure from stock is a Sharkwerks Sport Muffler and an EVOMSit tune, and the OEM muffler is included with the car (the car is 50-state emissions compliant with the exhaust and tune). The second owner purchased it in 2012 with about 19k miles and has owned it since then. He has only done a couple of light DE days and has kept up on the maintenance, with Michelin Pilot Sport N2 tires installed in 2019, and a fresh service being performed in preparation for the new owner. The car has clear film on the entire front hood, bumper, fenders, plus a-pillers, lower rockers, and mirrors. The sale includes all tools, two keys, and all books.

Factory Options:

  • Dynamic Engine Mounts
  • Black Leather Seats
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Wheels Painted Silver
  • Ceramic Composite Brakes-PCCB
  • Front Axle Lifting System
  • Sound Package Plus
  • Dynamic Cornering Lights
  • Bluetooth Phone Interface
  • Sport Chrono Package Plus
  • XM Radio
  • Floor Mats in Interior Color
  • Universal Audio Interface
  • PCM 3.0 w/ Extended Navigation
  • Rims and Caps - Exterior Color
  • Model Designation in Ext Color
  • Clear Tail Lights
  • Lightweight Battery (since replaced with standard battery)
Price: SOLD

2015 Porsche GT3 that is basically brand new. Only 850 1-owner miles. Perfect condition inside and out, and very well optioned with red stitching throughout, red belts, and red gauges. I can't find a flaw on the car. Both keys, all books, and original window sticker included.

Factory Options:
Black/Alcantara, Guards Red Stitching
Extended Range Fuel Tank
Front Axle Lift
Sound Package Plus
Fire Extinguisher
Luggage Net in Passenger Footwell
Smoking Package (extra accessory plug)
Sport Chrono Package including Porsche Track Precision App
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Receiver
Leather Interior Package with Decorative Red Stitching
Floor Mats
SportDesign Steering Wheel in Leather
Sport Chrono Clock Dial in Guards Red
Pedals and footrest in Aluminum
Carbon Fiber Interior Package i.c.w. Leather Interior
Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (18-way)
Automatically Dimming Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
Porsche Communication Management including Navigation Module
Bi-Xenon Headlights in Black including PDLS
Instrument Dials in Guards Red
Center Console Trim in Leather
Seat Belts in Guards Red
Clear Glass Taillights
Total MSRP $153,620


Price: SOLD
1973 Porsche RS Clone - This one started life as a rust-free, West Coast 1970 911 T Coupe. Restored in 2001-2002 and RS conversion completed, including new brakes, new fuel and oil lines, drive axles, Bilstein shocks, new seals throughout, ’87 carrera suspension, restored interior, and more. It is not exact to the specifications of an original 2.7 RS, but it is extremely close and very well built with some tasteful upgrades, including a 3.0L high compression motor built by Rothsport with 10k miles at time of installation, a 915 5spd transmission, and GTSClassics RSR Leather/Corduroy seats. Completely gone through by Accumoto in 2011 with updates and corrections to the build, including redoing the interior, the door panels, installing the correct RS bumpers, and many other updates, totaling close to $24k. Less than 300 miles on the car since then (odo reads approx 450km). Original stamped maintenance logbook is still with the car. www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD
1974 Porsche 911 RSR - completed in December of 2003 for Mark Minkin by Gunnar Racing. This RSR tub has IMSA GTO history on it - stripped to the bone, this street/race Porsche was built from the ground up for GTO race and street, then featured in Porsche Panorama magazine in the December 2004 issue. Total cost to build was over $350k

See the complete project details here:








It is the ultimate street/race RSR originally built with electronic fuel injected slide valve induction. This was changed to the newest programmable Electromotive ECU with all new programmable software. The engine is a flat-six with 962 fan and a displacement of 74.0 x 98. A compression ratio of 12.5-1 brings the race-tuned engine to 415hp. Street tuned hp is still 395. Gearbox is an upside down 930-935 for lowered center of gravity. Front and rear suspension is type 935 and fitted with 930 type brakes. Additional recent upgrades include a complete new race tune with new injectors and race muffler. The original locker rear-end (live axle) was replaced with a LSD differential. This 935 gear box will accept a 5th gear which would allow for a shorter first gear that will make it leap off the line. Right now it is fitted with a 4 speed better suited for Sebring or Daytona. Wheels are the three piece BBS center lock. Tires are 23.5 x 10.5 x 15 (front) and 25.5 x 14 x 15 (rear). Full documentation including comprehensive build record and IMSA GTO racing history.


Full Specs:

Displacement: 74.0 x 98

JE Forged Pistons with aluminum cylinders, nikasil coated

12.5 to 1 Compression

RSR Sprint Camshaft

Slide valve with tech 3 management induction

8000 rpm redline

Weight: 2000 lbs in street trim, 1800 lbs in race trim


Price: SOLD

Check out this beautiful and very well-prepared 911 SC that has been tastefully built into a Euro Carrera tribute. The details are extensive, but it's obvious that the attention was on quality when this project was done, and Planet 911 was integral in the build. The entire body was media-blasted and refinished in Signal Yellow, and there is no hidden body work - the car is straight metal. The factory 3.0L engine was fully rebuilt with upgraded head studs and tensioners, along with upgraded factory air box with pop-off valve. The transmission was rebuilt with a lightweight aluminum clutch kit new shifter cables. The A/C system was upgraded with a brand new Rennaire setup. Cosmetics include a fiberglass ducktail, GTS Classics Monte Carlo seats with nickel grommets, Momo Prototipo steering wheel, 917-style wooden shift knob, 17-inch Fuchs-style reproduction wheels, RS door cards, and many more detailed interior touches. Additional ugprades include a Continental radio, Billy Boat exhaust system, new heater hoses, upgraded rear axles, new/upgraded oil cooler, lines, and fan, and many many more details. 

This car is super clean, straight, and maintains an impressive presence. The underside appears to be incredibly original, and the build is to the highest standard. The car starts immediately with no stumbling or smoke, and idles smoothly. Additionally, we have just had the car fully inspected at a local Porsche air-cooled specialist and fully serviced to the tune of about $5k to prepare it for the new owner. If you're looking for a Euro Carrera but don't want to spend $250k+ for an original one, consider this well-done tribute that you can enjoy driving!

Price: SOLD
1973 Porsche 911T Targa - converted to 2.7 RS Clone and refinished in its original color - rare and beautiful Penske Albert Blue. Numbers matching car - original color, original motor and drivetrain. Full tool roll, Spare Fuchs wheel, jack. Excellent condition mechanically and cosmetically. A very-well done clone built by the best techs with the best parts. Mileage on the odometer is since the build.


Build history and specifications:


• Bare metal restoration, body work and paint, January 06 to June 06 (All work done by Stoddard Porsche Audi to highest standards).

• Reassembly from ‘June ’06 to August ’06.

• OEM factory steel RS rear flares (ordered from Germany).

• OEM factory steel RS rear bumpers (ordered from Germany).

• OEM factory aluminum RS rockers (factory NOS from Stoddard).

• OEM factory steel ‘S’ front bumper.

• All chrome replated.

• New OEM windshield.

• All new rubber seals.

• Flag mirrors installed.

• Aftermarket fiberglass Duck Tail engine cover.

• Factory engine cover painted at the same time as rest of car so removal of the duck tail back to the factory cover will only require some labor.

• Engine grill attached with SS hardware and Porsche letters properly attached to the fiberglass just like the steel cover.

• Targa top was restored by Dan Petchel, specialist in targa top restorations and owner of Cars Inc.



• Entire interior was replaced with ’74 vintage components for convenience.

• Dash included center vent. Conversion included all the proper ductwork in the trunk.

• Door panels and pockets, rear deck and all carpeting were replaced.

• Leather center console was added.

• Installed 930S steering wheel and Recaro RS cloth seats.



• RS Spec motor built by Chris Moore of Autobahn Extremist.

• Work took place from November ’07 to June ’08.

• Approximately 8,000 miles on the motor/transmission as of October 2012.

• Rebuild included new crank, pistons and cylinders.

• Heads were rebuilt, bored oversized and polished to perfection.

• Mechanical injection pump restored and new fuel injectors.

• Meticulous build produced a 2.7L motor that puts 201 hp to the rear wheels. That is better than the factory RS build. Motor runs on 91 octane.

• Transmission was rebuilt in ’97 but was disassembled, inspected and resealed.

• All electronic ignition including Crain magnetic distributor internals and MSD ignition.

• Carrera oil cooler installed in Rt front fender with hard lines and thermostat. All OEM factory components.



• Replaced steel cross member with factory aluminum cross member.

• Front A-Arm bushings were replaced with Elephant Racing PolyBronze bushings. SS spherical washers and shims were used to align the a-arms so they were perfectly aligned and do not bind. With the front strut removed the a-arm swings like a pendulum but has no play.

• Front struts were replaced and the larger ‘A’ calipers installed.

• Ball joints and wheel bearings were replaced.

• Front torsion bars were replaced with Sway-A-Way 21mm bars.

• Bilstein shocks were sent back to the factory and revalved to match the new front torsion bars.

• Installed Weltmeister adjustable 22mm front sway bar using modified 930 sway bar bushings. Plastic bushings make noise after some wear - Bored-out 930 rubber bushings fixed this.


• Replaced the steel trailing arms with Carrera aluminum arms.

• Installed new rear wheel bearings.

• Replaced spring plate bushings with new Netrix bushings.

• Rear torsion bars were replaced with Sway-A-Way 26mm bars.

• Bilstein shocks were sent back to the factory and revalve
Price: SOLD

This beautiful and incredibly well-documented Turbo 3.6 is up for auction on Bring a Trailer - click below to participate:


Price: SOLD
1965 Porsche 912 - Excellent condition, rust-free car with a fresh restoration. Rare 5-speed transmission. Shows beautifully and runs like a champ. Refinished in original Champagne Yellow with Green Leatherette interior. 68935 actual miles. Original motor redone during restoration; transmission was replaced with a correct 5spd. Recent Michelin XZX tires installed. Certificate of Authenticity included. An all-around stud that needs nothing to drive and enjoy.


Original Factory Options:



2 Headrests - Leatherette

Tinted Glass All Around

Ventilated Chrome Wheels

Talbot Mirror

Wheel Caps w/Crest

5 Speed Transmission

Dunlop Tires

Price: SOLD
1970 Porsche 914-6 Porsche's 914 used to be a red headed stepchild, but no more. Collectors have awoken to what enthusiasts have said for years: These light, mid-engined cars are a blast to drive. Leading the charge are rare 6 cylinder models like this stunning car here. It's not just another pretty face, either—this car comes with a serious track engine and plenty of minor tweaks! Signal Orange looks great on anything and especially on 914's. The paint is gorgeous having just gone through a $1500+ correction treatment. The bodywork is in excellent condition, and the car appears to be rust free. Rechromed bumpers join NOS and reconditioned trim for brightwork while all lenses are new. Fuchs wheels are timeless, and this set is beautiful. Rubber parts and seals were replaced when the car was restored. The interior is excellent with clean black upholstery on the stock seats and Coco mats on the floors. A Momo Monte Carlo steering wheel feels great in your hands while a big Auto Meter tach and a period 911 oil temperature/pressure gauge keep better tabs on the engine behind you. The unobtainium-filled oil temperature/fuel level gauge has been moved to an easily removable bracket in the center console. A fire extinguisher (which really should be in every vintage car) is on the passenger side floor. The rest of the interior is proper down to the radio in the dash. For collectors, the original and numbers matching complete engine long block is included in the sale. The current resident under the center lid is a MONSTER of a motor. It's a fully prepped magnesium 2 liter case with a fully counterweighted '70-71 S crank, Carillo connecting rods and JE pistons. New cylinder jugs and those pistons push displacement to 2.2 liters. 2.7 Liter heads with larger valves work to the beat of a custom set of Webcam camshafts. Air and fuel are ingested wholesale by a set of Weber 40IDA carburetors with modified venturis. 12.5/1 Compression crushes the mixture while twin spark plugs per cylinder and a pair of Electromotive ignition systems light it off. Exhaust gasses pass through equal length headers and a high flow muffler before being expelled through twin tailpipes. It currently runs on 93 octane but would need race fuel to reach its full potential: Redline is currently set at 7000rpm but the rotating assembly is capable of much higher. Heat is kept in check by a massive oil cooler ducted into the front trunk. The chassis is in excellent condition with newer bushings and clean hard parts. Braided brake hoses reach 911S calipers in the front and 911T calipers in the rear. Larger sway bars are at both ends along with Koni shocks and cross drilled brake rotors. The transaxle has been gone through fully and features a limited slip differential. This car is set up for canyon carving, open track days or competition—what it does next is up to you. A comprehensive list of spares and original parts also come with the car. A complete set of proper width Fuchs wheels, a bolt in roll bar, a racing front bumper and more are included and will require additional shipping consideration if the car is not picked up in person. A string of collectors has owned and cared for this car, and some have used it to its potential. This is a desirable car that's growing in value while fully capable of showing much newer sports cars its taillights. www.switchcars.com
Price: SOLD

1974 Porsche 914 2.0L engine paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The exterior is finished in Ravenna Green over Tan interior. This 914 started as a 1.8L and was later swapped to a 2.0L engine. It was in the same family from 1978 to around 2018. The exterior is in good condition but not perfect. It does have some small rust areas and paint imperfections. The interior was redone at some point and is in good condition. The steering wheel and shifter are in great condition.
The car was serviced late 2021 with new valve cover gaskets, oil/filter change, spark plugs, timing adjustment, and carburetor adjustment. At the same time the shop installed a Rennshift performance shifter ($720), custom shift knob, and shifter bushing kit. Currently the car does leak oil and has no heat. This 914 is not perfect but would be a nice driver quality car for someone to enjoy.
More photos and videos available upon request. True mileage is unknown (TMU).

Price: SOLD