1957 Porsche Speedster Carrera Gt Recreation...titled As 1957 Porsche on 2040-cars
with Oxblood interior
Los Gatos, California, United States
This is a Porsche 356 Slate Gray Exterior with Oxblood interior, Black Canvas Top, Outlaw Carrera GT Speedster replica. Perfect understated elegance matched to the perfect Carrera appearance group of Fog Lights, Headlight Grills, Engine Lid Louvers, Leather Straps, Chrome Wide 5 Wheels with aluminium drum skins, Pegasus Decals, Dual Carrera GT mirrors, Deco Trim Delete and Carrera and Porsche Badges. Other options include carpeted trunk, Nardi wood steering wheel, full black canvas tonneau cover, beehive tail lights and the venerable 1915cc dual carb engine make this 2000 mile beauty a must have for any serious car collection. Similar car sold for $35,500 at the August 2013 Moneterey Mecum Auction. Titled as 1957 Porsche.
Porsche Carrera GT for Sale
- Serviced low miles well maintained superb condition v10 manual very rare!(US $519,900.00)
- Serviced low miles well maintained superb condition 32mm clutch very rare!(US $519,900.00)
- 2004 porsche carrera gt, only 717 miles, stored in heated/air conditioned garage
- Black/black 8168 miles(US $479,995.00)
- Lowest mileage example, 575 miles, interior to sample. luggage.
- Lowest mileage example, 575 miles, interior to sample. luggage.(US $499,995.00)
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Mon, 04 Mar 2013 14:40:00 EST
Though Porsche won't be feeding us the full 911 enchilada until tomorrow's Geneva-based festivities, we have managed to scare up some official images of the 2014 911 GT3, as well as the all-new 911 GT3 Cup. As Porsche is celebrating 50 years of the 911, we anticipate a good day for great cars.
Sat, 19 Jan 2013 20:40:00 EST
The new GT3 looks every bit the proper successor to the racy 911 nameplate, with a fixed rear wing large enough to serve cocktails on, a curvaceous body kit and 20-inch wheels that offer a dominating on-road stance. It's a good bet that Porsche will have coaxed something like 450 horsepower from the naturally aspirated, 3.8-liter flat-six engine that hangs over the car's rear axle. A seven-speed manual and Porsche's own PDK transmission are the likely gearbox offerings.
Should the mental quickness and imposing wingery of the standard GT3 not be enough for you, future racecar driver, Porsche is also bringing a GT3 Cup car to Geneva. The German automaker has given just a few scant details about this Cup car - 460 hp on tap, a production run of just 2,400 units - including three images of the kitted out racer. Certainly more and finer details will emerge, when Porsche shines the spotlights on its new 911s tomorrow.
Fans of Porsche in America have longed for the chance to buy a 959 ever since the German automaker produced and sold it (well, sold it everywhere but the United States...) in the 1980s. Well, they just had their chance. The car you see above is a Porsche 959 prototype built in 1986, and only one other running prototype still exists.
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The 959 prototype can't be driven on public roads, as it carries no such certification. Somehow, we doubt that matters all that much to the new buyer - this one is probably going to be sitting in a collection. When the gavel finally fell, bidding had reached $400,000, plus a 10-percent buyer's fee.
Check out our high-res image gallery above to see this prototype up close, and scroll down below to watch a video of it crossing the auction block and for its official auction description.
A few weeks ago, we bid a fond happy 40th anniversary to the automotive dark ages of 1973-84 that have come to be known as "The Malaise Era" - the performance ice-age when 160 horsepower was a lot and a 0-60 time of under 10 seconds was remarkable. Like music in the 1980s, everything in automobiledom didn't suck, however. There were a few bright spots. Here are five of our favorites:
1976-79 Porsche 930, aka 911 Turbo Carrera (above)
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