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Porsche: Other on 2040-cars

US $24,700.00
Year:1955 Mileage:480 Color: White
Location:

Cedar Hill, California, United States

Cedar Hill, California, United States

Finished in 2016 after many months of building. This is based on the one and only 1955 Porsche 550, the famous James Dean car. Jerry Seinfeld just sold one of the 90 or so original cars for $5.3 million dollars. There are a few builders out there (Beck, Vintage...etc) but Seduction Motorsports does the best build by a long shot. I did a lot of homework when looking for a builder. Clean title in hand. Titled as a 55 so you can register as a classic car.Most are just a kit screwed to a VW frame with a VW motor. This car is a hand laid fiberglass body and secured on a hand welded modular frame they designed ground up.
Don't hesitate to ask questions : inglemkeaberrant@offcolormail.com

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Porsche's 959 is still poster-worthy after all these years

Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:04:00 EST

Today, we have the Porsche 918 Spyder. Before that, there was the Carrera GT. While both of those cars are dramatic departures from the traditional, rear-engine Porsche formula, they owe their very existence to another wild child of the iconic German brand - the 959.
Like so many of the great performance cars of yesteryear, the 959 was a homologation special, built just so Porsche could go racing in the clinically insane Group B rally series. Fewer than 400 959s hit the streets, but those that did were some of the most advanced cars of the 1980s. A rear-mounted, twin-turbocharged flat-six sent its power through a still-rare all-wheel-drive system, creating a race-inspired rocket that was, for a short time, the fastest production car on the planet.
Xcar has the story of the 959, from its inception to its conquest of the Paris-Dakar rally, which is interspersed with a drive of the legendary coupe. Scroll down for the full video.

Porsche 911: Big in Taiwan

Fri, 09 Aug 2013 19:15:00 EST

Porsche is continuing celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of its iconic 911. In its latest video, it's gone to Taiwan, to interview some of the folks that have grown passionate about the rear-engined sportscar over the years.
By and large, the views expressed in this video could have come from anywhere in the world. The 911 is a great car and that doesn't change from country to country. These enthusiasts have the same passion that fans in England, the United States or Germany have for the Carrera. Take a look below at the full video, to see what the 911 enthusiasts of Taiwan love about their 911s.

Porsche planning customer driving center at Le Mans

Fri, 29 Nov 2013 13:55:00 EST

Porsche seems to be on a campaign to build driving centers for its customers to allow them to experience the capabilities of their cars on track. It has one under way in Los Angeles, another in development at its North American headquarters in Atlanta, and a British center set up at the Silverstone circuit. Now the latest reports indicate that Porsche is planning yet another driving center at Le Mans.
The new facility is earmarked to be built at the Circuit de la Sarthe right by the start/finish line, incorporating the Porsche Curves that bridge the Arnage corner and the Ford Chicanes on the West side of the famous track.
Porsche is reportedly still seeking approval from the Automobile Club de l'Ouest that manages the circuit, and once given the green light, would still take some time to complete. But the idea of driving a 911 flat out on the legendary track is likely to make more than a few mouths water, particularly as the German automaker prepares its full-on assault of the famous endurance race next year.