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2001 911 Turbo

Color: Arctic Silver

From: Cupertino, CA

Low mileage, one owner 911 turbo with special history that set's it apart from the rest! The Naik family purchased this 911 from Jack Griffin, the former Porsche Le Mans Racer, just a few weeks after the car was released to the public. It is believed to have been one of the very first examples shipped to the US once production started. The car has been kept stock, including the bumperettes on the front which are unique to the early 996 models, and is a garage queen, having never been driven in rain or snow. The owner and his son bond over the car, often driving it in the Bay Area backroads.



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1993 Carrera 2

Color: Gran Prix White

From: CA

This is a very original and unmodified 964 C2. Originally sold in Illinois for about half its life and then on to Southern California ownership. Purchased by current owner last October with the intent of long-term ownership and many miles of fun. Both interior and exterior are in original form. The only change on the interior is a Porsche classic radio and speakers. The only mechanical change is replacement of shock absorbers with Bilsteins and ROW Porsche springs. It truly represents what the model was originally.



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2002 996 Turbo

Color: Seal Grey

From: San Jose, CA

Finished in Seal Grey with a Natural Tan Leather Interior. Factory options; Dual Power Supple Leather Heated Seats w/Memory, extra Interior Leather Trim, Stainless Door Sills, Bose Premium Stereo w/6 CD Changer, Suede Headliner, Seat and Wheel Crests, Rear Window Wiper, Xenon Headlights and Auto Dimming Mirrors. 100% factory stock except for B&M Short Shift Linkage. From Model Year 1998 - 2005 the Porsche factory in Stuttgart, Germany built 175,262 vehicles of the 996 platform. Porsche introduced the Twin Turbocharged engine in 2001. 16,985 Porsche Turbo 996 cars were built, 5,908 in 2002.



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1984 911 Carrera

Color: Grand Prix White

From: San Diego, CA

Mostly original '84 Carrera. This car was the test mule for the Stoptech Big Brake Kit (previous owner's son was a Stoptech Engineer) and hosts the first kit ever made. Mods include: Dansk Sport 1-in-1-out 84mm Muffler, Recaro SE seats, Guard LSD, Smart Racing Robotek Shifter with factory Porsche short shift kit, factory 7 and 8 Fuchs refinished in RSR style, 964 Webcam Cams, Euro tail lights/headlights/rear bumperettes, "pop-out" rear windows added, and period floor-mounted Blaupunkt Equalizer.



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2018 718 Cayman S

Color: Rhodium Silver

From: Salinas, Ca

982-Generation: 2.5 Liter Turbocharged Flat-Four. 7 Speed PDK Gearbox. Sport Chrono Package. Sport Exhaust System. Black Tinted Headlamps & Taillights. GT Sport-Steering Wheel. Matte Black 20 Inch Carrera S Wheels. Carbon Fiber Interior, Exterior Accents. As a Monterey Bay resident, Hwy 1 to Big Sur and back roads of Monterey's Jacks Peak are my playground.



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2014 991 Carrera

Color: Agate Grey

From: Mill Valley, CA

First Owner, Daily Driver (Commute) 2016 "Rookie of the Year" Concours Award Zone 7 PCA 2016 2nd Place Werks Reunion 2017 Concours Champion & Class Winner "Street" Zone 7 PCA 2017 3rd Place Werks Reunion 2018 Concours Champion & Class Winner "Touring" Zone 7 PCA 2019 Concours Champion & Class Winner "Touring" Zone 7 PCA 2020 1st Place Griot's Garage Story Contest Winner Modifications: Side Decals, Wheel Spacers, BMC Air Filter, 50th year Front Spoiler & Air Intakes, Porsche Exclusive clear taillights, Porsche Sports Exhaust System, Rennline Door Sills, "Exclusive Option" Leather upgrades



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1966 Porsche 911

Color: Light Ivory

From: Los Angeles, California

This 1966 Porsche 911 coupe was built in December 1965 and distributed via P.C. Southeast in Jacksonville, Florida. The car refinished in its factory Light Ivory over black leatherette in 2012 by it's previous owner. Power comes from a refurbished 2.0-liter flat-six paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. Factory options include tinted glass, a driver-side mirror, and wheel caps with Porsche crests. Additional equipment consists of a Blaupunkt radio, green-letter VDO instrumentation, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, headrests



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2003 996 Carrera 4S

Color: Seal Grey

From: San Jose, CA

This vehicle was special ordered by European Car Magazine as their Long-Term Review Vehicle from Dec 2003-Sept 2004 Significant options: PCCBs, PSE, Sport Seats Car competes as both a concours car and at track days It had 6 articles written about it. Dec 2003 Long-Term Intro: Power, handling and looks… what more could you want Feb 2004 Long-Term Update: Painless Joy… Apr 2004 Long-Term Update: Education through being stupid Jun 2004 Installing Carbon Ceramic Brakes (PCCB) on a 996 C4S Jul 2004 Long-Term Update: Death Valley daze Sep 2004 Long-Term Update: Taking the good with the bad



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1974 914-6 GT Tribute

Color: Light Ivory

From: San Diego, CA

GT Features: Porsche P/N Steel Flares, Flare Rockers, Double Mesh Eng Lid, Front Eng Oil Cooler, Body Strengthening Kit Imron Paint 1995 Engine: 3.0 1979 SC, JE 9.5-1 Pistons, Dougherty DC40 Cams, Weber 40 IDA3C Carbs, PMO Intake Manifolds, Rich Johnson Engine Conv Mount, Perry Kiehl 914-6 Conv Wiring Harness, MSD 6-AL Ign, Kennedy Conv Flywheel, PMS 914-6 Oil Tank, MSDS Headers Trans: 901, Weltmeister Short Shift Suspension: 911 SC Struts & Brakes, Turbo Tie Rods, Koni Adj Shocks, Weltmeister Sway Bars Wheels: Fuchs 16/7 & 8" Interior: Scheel Seats, Center Pull Hand Brake, Eng Acc



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1963 356 B S Sunroof

Color: Leaf Green

From: Fairfield, California

First seen while answering an ad in the 356 Registry in 1984. The owner and I became friends and the car was sold in the early 90's. While attending a 356CAR wine tour in the Sierra's in 2001, I was approached by a local while waiting for the others to arrive, who had a 356 for sale. Turned out to be the same car. Serendipity at it's best. I have changed both the exterior and interior colors, rebuilt 2 engines for her and made many upgrades for safety and my personal taste. Awards include a 3rd in class at the 2008 WCH at Squaw Valley. A long time and treasured member of the Family.



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1963 356 B S Sunroof

Color: Leaf Green

From: Fairfield, Caliifornia

First seen while answering an ad in the 356 Registry in 1984. The owner and I became friends and the car was sold in the early 90's. While attending a 356CAR wine tour in the Sierra's in 2001, I was approached by a local while waiting for the others to arrive, who had a 356 for sale. Turned out to be the same car. Serendipity at it's best. I have changed both the exterior and interior colors, rebuilt 2 engines for her and made many upgrades for safety and my personal taste. Awards include a 3rd in class at the 2008 WCH at Squaw Valley. A long time and treasured member of the Family.



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1991 928GT

Color: Midnight Blue F8

From: Foster City, Ca

1991 Porsche 928GT coupe finished in Midnight Blue with Light Grey interior. Only driven 80k miles. Equipped with the factory 5 speed manual transmission with dogleg and 5.0 liter V8 motor. Date of production was 6/25/1991. This is believed to be one of of the last few cars produced for the NA market. The car was ordered with the following optional equipment - deleted model designation, protective side moldings, increased air conditioning. electric sliding sunroof, am/fm with CD player.



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2011 911 Carrera GTS

Color: Cobalt Blue

From: Scottsdale, AZ

2011 911 Carrera GTS Paint to Sample in Cobalt Blue. There were only 2,656 GTS Coupes built worldwide; 639 for the US. Features include: 3.8 Liter 408 HP (X51 Kit), 6 Speed Manual, Black Full Leather, SportDesign steering wheel, painted Console, Sports Chrono, 12 way heated and ventilated power seats with Porsche Crest, wide-body style with rear-wheel drive, GT2 style side skirts, black center lock 19-in RS Spyder wheels, Sports Exhaust System, and Sports Suspension with Factory Aerokit Cup. Mods include: Shark Werks muffler bypass, OEM Short Shifter, Softronics ECU SW, and Zunsport grills.



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1966 912 GT Outlaw

Color: Leaf Green

From: ANAHEIM, CA

This is a second owner, numbers matching 912 that has been in Orange County it's entire life. It was disassembled and restored starting in 2006. The metal and paint work was done at Willhoit Auto Restoration. The mechanicals were completed at Scott's Independent, Inc. The original engine is now 2,132 cc and produces 154 hp @ 6,000 RPM 151 ft lbs @ 4700 on the Willhoit engine dyno. 48mm Weber carbs and a complete full flow 911 oil system are employed. The goal was to make a light weight GT - so with a quarter tank of fuel, the car weighs in at 1971 lbs.



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1986.5 928

Color: Garnet

From: Oakland, California

One of 236 86.5 S3's made with 5sp and LSD. Cover car on Panorama issue # 755 February 2020. Because of a small engine fire the engine and drive train were completely rebuilt by the #1 928 shop Precision Motorwerks in Orange, Ca Now a 6.5 liter stroker producing 440# torque with 355 hp. The car weighs 3310# wet. The goal was to build an original appearing 928 with a hot rod motor. Outlaw class?



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2008 987.1 Cayman S

Color: PTS LindGrun

From: Kirkland, WA

This 1 of 1 Cayman is believed to be the most expensive 987.1 ever built and not for the faint of heart. The exterior is finished in Paint to Sample LindGrun, a rarely chosen shade available in 1972. Interior is Carrera Red Full leather and heavily optioned including: PCCB Brakes, Aerokit, Sport Design Package, Sport Exhaust, PASM, 19" Turbo wheels, adaptive sport seats, sport chrono, Yellow dials and copious leather, carbon and painted bits. With an MSRP approaching that of a 997 Turbo, it is certainly unique. Just over 5k original miles and as new! Nicknamed the "Brazilian Tree Frog"...



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1997 Targa C2

Color: Guards Red

From: Laguna Niguel, California

1997 993 Targa C2 86,000 Miles Owner Drives aprox. 4k Miles / Yr Targa has always been in South Orange County, CA



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1976 930Turbo Carrera

Color: Oak Green Met.

From: Los Gatos, California

In the summer of 1975, four consecutively-numbered cars were singled out from the few 930 Turbos then assembled in Zuffenhausen and designated as US pre-production prototypes. Chassis #9306900014 is the last in the series of those four cars. Factory records show that chassis 014 underwent extensive testing in Germany prior to being shipped to Porsche Cars North America in November 1975. Upon arrival it received further preparation before being sent on to the EPA emissions test facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan where it was employed along with chassis 013 to successfully secure US type approval.



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2004 Carrera 996.2

Color: Guards Red

From: Upland

3.6 liter. K&N Cold Air Intake. Aprox. 104k miles. Originally imported by Stoddard Imported Cars, Inc. In Willoughby OH 05/2004. First registered and leased in Raleigh NC 02/2005. Leasee purchased from leasing company 10/2007. Car was traded in to dealer inventory 04/2010 and posted as an online listing. Purchased and shipped by third owner to California 06/2010 and sparingly driven. I purchased in May of 2017. I feel very fortunate that the previous owner excepted my offer and entrusted me to be the next caretaker of this marvelously engineered piece of rolling art. What a thrill it is.



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1974 911 Carrera

Color: Grand Prix White

From: Alamo, CA

This 911 Carrera has been in my possession since 1975 and is unrestored. It has been shown in many concours through the years. Its event history began in 1976 and includes several West Coast Parades either in the street or preservation class resulting in many awards. The only modifications have been the addition of the 1975 rubber front spoiler extension and the 7x15 and 8x15 inch Fuchs wheels. It has been driven regularly and always to any entered event. Maintenance has been taken care of primarily by the owner.



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1989 911 Speedster

Color: Black - A1V9

From: Fresno, California

Manufactured - June 6, 1989 (Stuttgart) - Last air cooled 911 to get RS Initials - Ordered new @ Los Angeles Auto Show - Southern, CA car from new - Three (3) owners - Matching numbers - Original Paint, Interior & Top - Total built - 2,104 - 819 built for North America - 442 built for California (C03) - 3.2 liter Carrera engine - 911 Carrera platform - M491 Turbo Look Option - Optional Equipment: CA Emission; "Reno" Radio; Shortened Shift Lever; Rear Seat Delete; Air Conditioning; Goodyear Tires -



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1973 911 T

Color: Gemini Blue

From: Redwood City

911 T with a 3.2 liter motor transplant that includes replacement of the original Motronic fuel injection system with a complete AEM Infinity EFI conversion and wiring harness supplied by Rasant Products together with PMO ITB's and Coil on Plugs. Gemini Blue is the original color of the car that left the factory with original Sport Seats, which are still in my possession. The seats currently installed are GTS Sport Seat reproductions that were purchased together with the blue Scottish Tartan fabric to add a pop of color to compliment the car's exterior. Rebel Racing suspension upgrades.



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1957 CARRERA GT

Color: SILVER

From: HAIKU, MAUI

This Carrera GT was put into a garage in 1969 in Brooklyn New York and taken out in 2016. It still has it's original paint, interior and engine. In the last 3 years it has covered 17,500 miles in various rally events all over the USA. Winning numerous awards for it's preservation and performance, it is one of the few completely original surviving Carrera's known to exist. Nick Clemence of European Collectables found the car and I was fortunate to have him pass the car on to me. This car gets more smiles than any car I have ever owned.....enjoy. Gregg Blue Maui Hawaii



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2017 991.2 Cabriolet

Color: Agate Grey

From: Fairfield, California

This is my first Porsche and I am more happy with the choice every time I drive it.



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1962 T6 Roadster 356B

Color: Ruby Red

From: Long Beach, CA

One of 51 original twin grill Super 90 T6 Roadsters produced for Porsche by the body builder D'Iteren in Belgium. All original body with zero rust or accident damage. The current owner commissioned a complete restoration to the original Ruby red/black color by Willhoit Auto Restoration with a few special WR extras. The original engine/trans/brakes/wheels are in storage, replaced by a 160hp WR2.2 engine, sport exhaust, Wevo 5 speed trans, sport suspension, factory GT seats, and custom 6" alloys. No garage queen... this Roadster is going to be driven and enjoyed as The Dr intended!



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1974 911 Carrera

Color: Peru Red

From: Cupertino, California

This 1974 Porsche Carrera (US) is production number 38 of 528. FIRST 911 Carrera sold into CA market and manufactured in Stuttgart, Germany on August 1973 (launch of the 2nd generation 911 G-Series). Purchased April 1974 by its Original and ONLY owner (47 years), remains unrestored with its ORIGINAL paint. Many G-Series technology enhancements, unique flared rear wheel wells, wider rear with narrow front tires, light-weight (2425 lbs) and the famous Duck Tail spoiler. Awards: 2019 First in Class PCA Unrestored, 2016 Werks Reunion PCA Award and 2015 First in Class Carmel Concours on the Avenue.



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1959 Conv D

Color: Black

From: Newport Beach, 92662

Owned for over 40 years. Recently restored by Willhoit Auto Restoration and modified to create a GT version of the model that the factory never made. Among the modifications are an upgraded 2.2l twin plug engine, a Wevo 5 speed, Spyder brakes, louvered rear deck lid, removable roll bar with 3 point seat belts, custom luggage and many other unique WR goodies.



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1967 911S

Color: Slate Gray

From: Lubbock, TX

This is one of 1823 911S coupes produced in 1967. The “S” model was powered by a 2.0 L 180 HP flat six engine with Weber carburetors coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission. It had vented disc brakes, adjustable shocks and front and rear sway bars to improve handling. The wheels are 4.5” Fuchs alloys, unique to the ‘67 S model. The interior trim, including the basket-weave dash with 5 gauges and leather covered steering wheel was standard on the S model. This car was delivered new in Sacramento, CA and was a member of the famed Tourismos Visitadores club of Los Angeles.



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1966 912 Coupe

Color: Silver/black

From: Long Beach, CA

An early 3 gauge model that was special ordered in Silver with black full leather interior. Just one repaint and otherwise completely original, this 912 has traveled only 26K miles since new. The original 1600 engine, original leather seats and original dated wheels are in storage. Currently equipped with a ZF limited slip, 160hp WR2.2 engine, upgraded brakes, and original American Mag TT wheels.



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2020 911 Carrera S

Color: Miami Blue

From: Alameda, California

911 Carrera S (992) Miami Blue Delivered July 2020 after canceled ED. Major options: Leather Interior in Black/Mojave Beige, Electric Slide/Tilt Sunroof in Glass, Aerokit, 7-Speed Manual Transmission with Sport Chrono Package, Front Axle Lift System, Sport Tailpipes in Black, Satin Platinum Wheels, 14 Way Power Sport Seats



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2012 997.2 Turbo

Color: Basalt Black

From: Walnut Creek, CA

In 2019, after fifteen yeas of owing an air cooled 1972 911T, I decided that I wanted to experience what the water cooled cars had to offer. So I purchased this second generation 997 Turbo to compliment my 911T. What makes this car unique is that 2012 was the last year that Porsche offered the Turbo model with a manual transmission. In fact, only 296 997.2 Turbo manual coupes were offered for the N.A. market for the entire model run (2009-2012). Thereafter, the Turbo model has come standard with the PDK transmission. Other 997.2 facts: last analog, last hydraulic steering, last six speed.



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2006 Cayman S

Color: Speed Yellow

From: Surprise, AZ

A balanced and precise flat-six mid-engined sports car with all the right feedback to make driving exciting, precise, and a most enjoyable experience.



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2013 Boxster S

Color: PTS Mexico Blue

From: San Francisco, CA

Originally delivered to Hoffman Porsche in East Hartford, CT on January 31, 2013. Ordered in Paint to Sample Mexico Blue with Racing Yellow seat belts and all performance options, including Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes, Porsche Active Suspension Management, Porsche Torque Vectoring, Sport Chrono Package, Sport Exhaust System, SportDesign steering wheel, and 20" Carrera S Wheels in Platinum Satin Matte. Daily driven during summer months.



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2016 Cayman S

Color: Sapphire Blue

From: Alamo, California

Always wanted a Porsche since the early 70's. Through the years the 911 has evolved into a GT car, bigger, wider, faster. For my needs; I wanted a small nimble car that's fun to drive on the backroads like the Porsche of my youth. I zeroed in on the Cayman S as the vehicle that fits my needs perfectly. The next obstacle was my spouse who's most memorable statement was " I said you could have one, I didn't say when." Finally a friend of ours said "You know he has wanted a Porsche for 50 years, isn't it time he got one?" At that point she said ok. I picked up the car 3 days later.



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2009 997.1 Turbo

Color: Speed Yellow

From: Walnut Creek, CA

2009 997.1 Turbo, 9 out 305 in speed yellow, last year of the GT1 derived Metzger engine and first model to use a variable-geometry turbochargers to reduce turbo lag. In 2018 I was able to convince my wife I needed one and that it was in her favorite color – a total win-win for both of us. I discovered this Turbo for sale in Ohio in the middle of winter. The PPI required the vehicle to be flat-bedded to and from a notable Porsche specialist during a snow storm and it was found to be in excellent condition. My wife and I truly enjoy driving this car and it will always be part of our family.



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1975 Carrera Targa

Color: Black/A1

From: Pebble Beach, CA

Number 171 of 172 US Carrera Targas built for 1975 of which only 36 were black and gold.* Delivered to and sold by Sierra Porsche / Audi of Riverside, CA. Resided with original San Bernardino owner for 30+ years and 39k miles. Complete with original Window Sticker, COA, and all Maintenance and Service records since new. Matching numbers Engine and Transmission. Exempt from California Emissions Testing (final year). *Porsches For The Road, The Survivors Series, by Henry Rasmussen (Motorbooks International 1981).



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2018 Carrera T

Color: GT Silver

From: Houston, TX

The Carrera T, produced in 2018 -2019, is the last of the Narrow Body 911’s. To pay homage to the original 1968 911T, custom door sills and original 911T badges -on the engine cover and the dashboard- were added. Custom Agate Gray stripes were applied front and back to match the OEM side stripes unique to this model. The Porsche badge on the front was also customized to match the car’s color scheme. In addition to the unique Carrera T interior, it has a full extended leather interior in Black with Guards Red. 7sp MT, PTV, SPASM, Mechanical Rear Diff., SC, PSE, RAS, FAL., SD Spoiler, DSC



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1970 911T Targa

Color: Pastel Blue

From: Folsom, CA 95630

This 911 was purchased from an owner who used it as a daily driver. In the eighties the vehicle was tucked away into a Sacramento garage and not driven for the next 25 years. As a exPorsche Technician, I restored this 911 by myself with the intentions of driving the wheels off it and attending as many events as possible.



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1973 911E

Color: Silver

From: Carmel, CA

My first Porsche was a 1973 911E that I loved and drove for five years, then foolishly sold. I rejoined the Porsche community with the purchase in 2005 of a 997C2S (still owned), but often pined for the 73. I decided to purchase an early car and in 2015 found the perfect candidate car; a complete, solid but ratty 1973 911E. The car was dismantled and stripped to bare metal while retaining the original interior paint. Porsche RS flares were fitted and the car painted the original silver. Body, paint, suspension and Spec911 3.0 provided by Jerry Woods Enterprises. The car is a delight.



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2016 911 Carrera S

Color: Guards Red

From: Martinez, California

I have always been a Sports Car Enthusiast, from my first car a 55 T-bird to present day. In my early years I was helping my dad and older brothers work on cars in the garage from Datsun’s to BMW’s and numerous Chrysler products. My first Porsche was a Cayman S, have since graduated to my 2016 911 Carrera S-991.2. I purchased the car in July of 2016. Originally delivered to the Atlanta Porsche facility as a Managers Car. The car was ordered with numerous Sport Options and the Burmester Audio Package and has a Model Designation 911. My 911 brings shear enjoyment every time I drive the car!



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1975 911 Carrera

Color: Grand Prix White

From: Arroyo Grande, CA

* First sold by Bob Smith Porsche/Audi in Hollywood, CA # 253/395 produced Carrera models in 1975 * The car was the subject for the cover photo in Panorama magazine, July 1979 * Feature article on this car in VW & Porsche magazine, October 1979 * 1988 Zone 7 Concours Series - 1st Place overall in Street Class * 1989 Zone 7 Concours Series - 1st Place overall in Full Concours * 1990 Porsche Parade, 1st Place, Division III, Class I-Street (tied for highest score of all Street Class categories) * The vehicle is still 100% original in paint, interior and mechanical as was delivered



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1965 356 SC

Color: Dolphin Grey

From: Granite Bay, CA

After taking European delivery in June 65, the Kiliany’s Continental trip was quite eventful. From E German police stops to parking at the top of the Spanish Steps, then car returned to Stuttgart for shipping. Months later, the present owner was born so accommodations were needed. Back seats folded down created the perfect bed and a bottle prepared by a 30 mile warming on the engine-they were off again in their 356. Longtime PCA members, they enjoyed many events and looking forward to many more. Original Paint, Interior, Engine, Transmission Options-Seat belts, Head Rest, Radio, Chrome Wheel



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2016 Cayman GT4

Color: Guards Red

From: Roseville, CA

The GT4 was first introduced in 2016 with only 2500 examples produced. This Cayman GT4 has approximately 32,500 miles and has had an exciting life tracked, auto crossed, weekend driver and not a garage queen! We are the 3rd owners of this CA only car. Up-graded with IPD intake plenum, 82MM throttle body, silicone "Y" pipe, Fabspeed single wall exhaust tips and GT4 XperTune Performance Software. Options: Leather interior, black stitching in Guards Red, Deviated stitching, Seat belts in Guards Red, Anodized black brushed aluminum interior package.



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1974 914 2.0

Color: Bahia Red

From: Sacramento, Ca

We got this car from the original owner in the SF Bay Area around 1984. The car has many 1st place autocross and concourse awards for class from Zone 7 & several Porsche Parades. The car is corner balanced with an Autosport Technology of Sacramento, Ca suspension setup. The engine was the last 914 rebuild that Dwight Mitchell performed before he retired from his shop in Sacramento. It is now maintained by IPB Autosport of Sacramento. Ron Kain purchased Dwight's shop from him & has kept our beautiful 914 healthy ever since.



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1974 914 LE

Color: Black/Yellow

From: Carmichael

This is an all original 1974 914 LE. Porsche produced 1000 LEs in March & April 1974. 500 were produced in this black & Sunflower Yellow color scheme (AKA Bumble Bee) and 500 in Light Ivory with Phoenix Red trim. (AKA Creamsicle) . This example was purchased new by an Air Force officer in beautiful Minot North Dakota. The car was subsequently purchased from his widow by a classic car dealer in Omaha Nebraska. I purchased it from that dealer in 2012 and have only replaced tires and waxed it, a lot. BTW, I served in the USAF Reserves from 1971 to 1977, so keeping the lineage alive.



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2018 GT3 Touring

Color: Rubystar Red

From: Portland, OR

Rubystone Red was first introduced as a factory color option on the 1992 Carrera RS, which was known for being a lightweight 911, making it faster and more agile. Fast forward 29 years later and we find this magnificent GT3 911 painted the same color, however, now called Rubystar Red. This GT3 features the Touring package in chrome along with silver wheels to match perfectly. Inside you will find the full leather package along with a manual gearbox. To keep the driving experience thrilling, this car is also equiped with Carbon Fiber Sport Sucket Seats and Porsche Carbon Composite Brakes.



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2021 Heritage Targa

Color: Albert Blue

From: Portland, OR

This beautiful Targa Heritage Edition has been finished in a Porsche Heritage color of Albert blue. The color dates back to early 911s from the 1970s. The car includes a Black and Atacama Beige two-tone interior with Corduroy inserts on the seats and door panels. The instrument cluster is a homage to the Porsche 356 with its white needle and green numbers. This peticular example also includes the Sport Design Package which changes the front bumper, rear bumper, and side skirts. This car also has the Porsche Carbon Composite Brakes finished in black.



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2010 911 (997) GT3 RS

Color: Carrara White

From: Leipzig, Germany

Two German licensed 911 GT3 RS MkII and one American Dream. Miami, Key West, Porsche Experience Center Atlanta, Tail of the Dragon, Barber Motorsports Park, Werks Reunion Monterey, Treffen Scottsdale, Monument Valley, Pikes Peak, Rocky Mountains, Bonneville Salt Flats, Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles, Angeles Crest and Werks Reunion Monterey. Is this the drive of our live? No. It´s a part of our live! Walter Röhrl said: "Go out and drive." - There is no substitute!



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1996 993 Carrera 4S

Color: Black / Black

From: Concord, CA

This 993 wasn't Re-imagined, it was Rescued. Purchased in late 2020, it was a neglected California car--door dings, rough paint, horrible stereo with sub-woofers and deferred maintenance. But, it was solid, with a strong engine and transmission. Paint-less dent removal and paint restoration along with OEM Euro bumper updates brought the original exterior back to life. A lot of elbow grease also helped. A FDM Shifter & Golden Rod, sport exhaust, RS engine mounts and other upgrades make this car a blast to drive. The goal for the car? To be Driven & Enjoyed. Success and more to come...



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2010 911 (997) GT3 RS

Color: Aquablue

From: Leipzig, Germany

Don´t dream your dream. Live your life. The Twins arrived Miami by ship in February 2020. Our goal was to meet many of Porsche enthusiasts. After Werks Reunion Monterey we had to stop our US tour for ten month. But now we are on the road again. We drove the Tail of the Dragon with Brenda and Ross. We got private tours at #PECATL and #PTXBHAM. We participated Treffen Scottsdale and saw the Monument Valley. We will race to the clouds at Pikes Peak and drive the Angeles Crest with friends. Monterey will be our last big Porsche event. Porsche builds sports cars for driving not for collecting



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2002 996 Turbo X50

Color: Arctic Silver

From: Penn Valley

Track worthy, long range commuter with 500+ HP, POWER MODS: 1 BAR WG actuators, Forge ICs, DVs and hoses, By Design stage 2 tune (1.2 Bar) BRAKES: Brembo GT 355mm 2 piece rotors 6P front 4P rear, Motul RBF 600 fluid. SUSPENSION: H&R springs (GT2 ride height) W/Bilstein B8 shocks, Eibach sway bars, rear solid thrust and eccentric toe bushings, custom street/track alignment, 964 RS motor mounts, OZ Alleggerita wheels, Titanium lugs, reduction in un-sprung weight ~40 lb. COMFORT: 997 shifter, Pioneer AVH-X3800BHS BT & Android auto



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2018 991 GT2 RS

Color: Vesuvio Metallic

From: North Saanich BC, Canada

2018 European Delivery 991 GT2 RS with PTS in Vesuvio Big brother to the twins after meeting them in Germany and also at Werksreunion at Amelia Island 2020. Inside frunklid signed by Timo Bernhard, the fastest man at the Nuerburgring



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2013 911

Color: White & Martini

From: Scottsdale, AZ

Martina, as our car is fondly known, has been a dream for over 50 years after watching the fabulous 917s thunder around Le Mans as a kid growing up in England. We are the second owners and acquired the car in Oct 2019. We are passionate about our car and various upgrades have been applied to make her the car she is today. * Martini Livery * 50 year anniversary wheels & sill covers * Porsche Sports Exhaust * Extensive interior Carbon Fiber pieces Martina is a daily driver and spends the majority of her time out on the Arizona roads!



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2019 Targa 4S

Color: White Metallic

From: Modesto

This is Porsche #10 in my long and enjoyable history with Porsche. My Dad is to blame for all this by taking me to my first sports car race in 1955 here in Monterey on 17 Mile Drive. My favorite car from that experience was a Silver 550 Spyder (and still is). I bought my first Porsche, a Ruby Red 1960 Convertible D, in 1962. The joy of driving continues for my wife and I with our beautiful Targa 4S, special order Carrera White Metallic, Expresso Brown full leather interior, Brown top, Aurum Gold Carrera S alloy wheels.



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1974 911 Targa

Color: Grand Prix White

From: San Jose, CA

Dad bought the 911 new and drove it daily with a huge grin. His favorite line was, “Life begins at 3,000 RPM!” Driven nearly 250,000 miles all over the West with Mom as his co-pilot. The license plate, “CV SIX” is the ship number of the USS Enterprise on which Dad served from 1940 to 1944 through Pearl Harbor, Midway, Coral Sea, and more. Now on its third engine and second transmission, CV SIX is lovingly maintained and driven in Dad’s memory Griot’s Corporate Award winner 2017. Thanks to John Wardell for upholstery, Don Wise AutoWerks for mechanics, and Cecil Beach for body work.



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2007 Turbo

Color: Meteor Grey Met

From: Redlands, CA

The Porsche Turbo is a one-of-a-kind animal that really needs to be experienced to fully appreciate. This example is a 6-speed which is the only way to go. Mods so far include: GT2 style rear wing with Rennkit eRam lift kit, and an aftermarket exhaust with software tune.



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2011 GT3

Color: Carrara White

From: Mission Viejo, CA

Tastefully Modified GT3 With Sharkwerks Track Exhaust BBS E07’s Life Long Porsche Enthusiast whose dream was to own this wonderful vehicle. Second owner and purchased in January 2021. There’s nothing more special than a manual transmission flat six. Am I right? Not A Garage Queen, and So Proud !!



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2007 Turbo

Color: Speed Yellow

From: San Diego, CA

The 911 Turbo has been my dream car for many years, like many of us here... Grew up holding on for dear life in the passenger seat of my dad's air-cooled single Turbos, that is when the love started of course. Almost nothing brings a smile to my face like the 6 speed Mezger Turbo, although, I have never been in a Carrera GT (yet!). I plan to keep and DRIVE this baby for life.



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1988 Carrera Targa

Color: Silver

From: Hollister CA

I am the 3rd owner of this CA Car since new & my daily driver since '98 until just a few years ago. I used my Covid 19 driven house arrest challenge to pull the engine myself for a G50 overhaul, clutch & flywheel, master & slave clutch cylinders, plugs, alternator, fuel lines, oil hoses, valve adjustment (tricky), CV axels, Koni adjustable shocks. motor mounts, and I'm sure a few things I've forgotten. Thanks to Rennsport & Pelican Forums, it actually ran once reassembled. A great experience recommended for anyone with a year to spare, & an understanding wife. (a garage lift also helps)



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2019 911 991.2 GT3

Color: Voodoo Blue

From: San Francisco, CA

I saw my dream car come to life in 2019, when I took delivery of my Paint to Sample Voodoo Blue GT3 at PECLA. The feeling of shifting a manual transmission naturally aspirated car at 9K rpm is priceless. I told myself no mods, the GT car was built to perfection right? This didn't last long, as I wrapped the car in HRE Forged wheels finished in satin black. To give the engine a little more roar, I added a GMG Racing center exhaust that is paired with Soul Performance side exhaust. This Voodoo Blue GT3 is my first porsche car and brings a smile on my face every day.



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1995 911 993.1 C2

Color: Midnight blue

From: Rottach-Egern, Germany

A German car imported by the owners to Texas when moving from Europe to Houston in 2020. Kept in the family since 2010 this car has been taken car of an developed by two generations of a Porsche enthusiastic family. X51 - works performance kit with 3.8l engine and 285 HP. Only ~100 cars were produced in this configuration. Porsche strut bar front Porsche RS front splitter Porsche RS side skirts Porsche 993 C2S rear spoiler Porsche 993 RS Speedline Corse wheels. Bilstein B16 PSS10 Coilovers FVD short shifter Break calipers powder coated in red. The owners' interpretation of a 993.1 RS Touring.



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2016 Targa 4 S

Color: Lava Orange

From: Gardnerville NV

I saw this color first at the 2015 Rennsport Reunion on a GT3RX that Porsche had on display. I fell in love with Lava Orange then and thought some day I would like to own a Porsche with that color. When attending an event at Porsche of Monterey this car was in the lot! My favorite car, a Targa 4 S and the color Lava Orange. I had to have it. This is my third Porsche. When I got out of the Army in 1972 I bought a used 1968 911L Targa, Canary Yellow. I drove the car as my daily driver for several years, then had it restored. Several years later I bought a Speed Yellow, 2008 911 4-S Cabriolet.



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2008 911C4S Cabriolet

Color: Speed Yellow

From: Genoa, Nevada

After owning a 1968 911L Targa (Canary Yellow) for 33 years and enjoying driving and showing it, it was time to have something a bit more modern in both performance and amenities. We purchased this car in 2018 from the same person from which we purchased the 911L – a good friend, for sure! This Cabriolet has all the options you would ever need, including interior color options you will rarely see. The car has 72,000 miles and it looks and feels new. It has had all the normal maintenance done plus a new clutch and flywheel at 70,000 miles. We really enjoy driving and showing much more now!



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1996 993 Carrera 2

Color: Polar Silver

From: Carmel, CA

All original, 11,500 mile example.



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2016 911 Turbo S

Color: White

From: Bountiful, UTAH

I have entered my 2016 Turbo S into numerous PCA rally and track events. It is all stock with no after market modifications. With over 13,000 fun miles I maintain my 911 to the highest possible standards by regular maintenance, detailing and replacing any worn parts to keep it looking like it came right from the assembly line in Germany.



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1985 928 aka "N928PB"

Color: BLACK & GOLD

From: MALIBU CALIFORNIA

"Big Bunny 928" is a concept/tribute to Hugh Heffner's black DC-9 jet with the Playboy bunny emblazoned on its tail famously named "Big Bunny." The jet was as unique and compelling as the man himself, and like Hefner, the plane has stood the test of time when it comes to capturing the public's imagination. Heffner was such an iconic character who lived a totally fascinating life. He was both revered and despised, but he truly embodied the lifestyle that his brand promoted. Hef gave 1982 Pet of the Year Shannon Tweed a Porsche 928 as her prize and thus the Porsche 928 / Playboy connection.



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2019 911 GT3 Touring

Color: GT Silver/Black

From: Carmel Valley, CA

2019 Touring model with Manual 6 Speed and Carbon Ceramic brakes. It was personally ordered from the factory and is the last year of the 991.2 GT3. This was vehicle #200 delivered at Porsche Experience Center of Los Angles in City of Carson. Several custom interior features where ordered from the factory via the CXX menu. The Alcantera has been replaced by smooth black leather, divergent color stitching on seats with "Touring" embroidery on headrest with Guards Red seat bottom and back. I enjoy the luxury and privilege of making it my daily driver, weather permitting.



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1964 356C

Color: Grey Metallic

From: Scottsdale, Az

1964 356C Outlaw, Full 911 suspension, rack & pinion steering, heavily modified 2.8 L twin plug 6 cyl, PMO carbs producing 260+ hp, magnesium case, numerous body modifications including widened steel quarters, Center exit dual exhaust, 901 5 speed. Custom Race spindles, full custom leather interior, 904 gauge pack, Vintage Rally Clocks. Full power custom leather Recaro seating with vintage details. Custom luggage, dry sump oil system with oil cooler. 1988 Carrera 4 wheel disc brakes. Over 4000 man hours in 2 year build by Patrick Motorsports in Phoenix.



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2014 970 Panamera GTS

Color: White over Red

From: Walnut Creek, California

Meet “Moby”, the bad ass great white whale. A superb daily driver that hauls 4 adults quickly in comfort & style. Some say it’s a polarizing design but, its Porsche DNA is confirmed. The 970 Panamera GTS is the last of the “atmo” V8s. Drives like a Carrera on steroids from the comfort of a La-Z-Boy recliner. Tunes never sounded so good as on the Burmester. Best part is waking the neighbors every morning with that thunderous Teutonic exhaust note. Well bought as a low mileage, highly optioned CPO lease return. The only thing missing was that new car smell that Griot’s sells online for $7.99.



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1988 928S4

Color: Granite Green

From: Santa Cruz, Ca

California Garage Find This 928S4 was found in a San Francisco parking garage in April 2014, where the original owner parked it 15 years earlier in 1999 with 50,712 miles on the odometer. Originally sold in 1988 by Auto Plaza Porsche in San Francisco, the car has not been out of California. All original, except the wheels, the car is dressed in Granite Green Metallic and Green/Grey leather.



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2017 911 Carrera GTS

Color: Graphite Blue

From: Oakland

The 2017 911 Carrera GTS was delivered to the current owner via a European Delivery program at Leipzig factory delivery center on May 30, 2017. This is the owner's first ever new Porsche purchase. Since it was delivered on a day in May and since it was an answer to the owner's mid-life crisis distress call, the owner name it "Mayday." The owner has an ambition of taking Mayday around the world to famous spots and to tracks around the world. So far it has visited 8 cities in Europe and 5 tracks around the world. On the track, Mayday has #524 to commemorate its manufactured date, May 24th 2017.



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1997 993 C4 Cabriolet

Color: Conda Green

From: Santa Cruz, CA

Our car is finished in paint to sample Conda Green, an original early ‘70s ‘safety’ color, with blue leather interior. It features leather hard back sport seats with deviated green stitching. One of fewer than 1,100 993 Carrera 4 cabriolets world-wide, we’re quite sure it’s one of one in this combination. We were fortunate to buy this 29k mile car in early 2020 from its original owner, a 50+ year PCA member. It remains very original and is a rare special wishes 993 in a color seldom used after the early ‘70s. It is well loved and used on a regular basis.



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2019 GT3RS

Color: White

From: San Ramon, CA

My search for a GT3 started almost 2 years ago. I came close to purchasing one last year, but when Covid hit, I decided to wait it out. My search resumed at the start of 2021, but prices seemed to jump overnight and I pretty much gave up my search at that point. Come April one of my PCA buddies let me know of a GT3 that he heard was for sale through his service advisor. The car was local and the owner was asking a reasonable price. The car was the color I wanted and had pretty much all of my desired options. I couldn't pass it up, and that is how I ended up with this beautiful GT3RS.



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1973 PORSCHE

Color: WHITE

From: RANCHO MURIETA

1973 CHASSIS WITH 1974 RSR TRIBUTE BODY WORK. THE CAR IS PERIOD CORRECT WITH BRAKES, WHEELS , ACCESSORIES, AND EVEN A TAG HEUER STOP WATCH.



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2015 Porsche Targa 4S

Color: Rhodium Silver

From: El Dorado Hills

All-wheel drive, 3.8 liter Normal Aspirated flat six engine with PDK transmission.



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2020 Carrera S

Color: Dolomite Silver

From: ANTELOPE,CA

2020 911 Carrera S I went to Highschool in Berlin, Germany 72-75. I never thought about Porsches back then. I do remember clearly, seeing a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS, in Berlin. I noticed it was different looking. It caught my eye. This is my first Porsche, after going to the Porsche Experience Center Atlanta, I was sold, I had to get a 911. After, purchasing my 911, I went to the Performance Two- Course, at Barber Motorsports Park, last October. This is my first Porsche driving trip, to the Werks Reunion, in Monterey. Now, I thinking of upgrading up to a 992 GT3 touring.



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1957 PORSCHE 356A T-1

Color: SILVER

From: Sacramento, Calif.

Porsche 356A T-1 1600 Super Sunroof Coupe This heavily optioned coupe was special ordered from Porsche in Germany and delivered to the customer at the factory in Stuttgart during May of 1957. It has been "maintained" rather than "restored" and participates regularly in 356 events. Recessed body-mounted fog lights (Option QA 21 A) installed by Reutter are original to the car. The interior was replaced with Porsche red leather Speedster type seats with crimson plaid insets and integrated seat heaters. High performance, 1720cc 912 motor.



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2019 911 Speedster

Color: Jessica Gray

From: San Diego, CA

This one owner 2019 911 Speedster celebrated the sunsetting of the 991 model as well as a slightly late celebration of the brands 70th birthday. Porsche took the 4.0 flat six engine from the 991.2 GT3 and modified it to produce 502 HP, propelling the car from 0-60 in 3.8 seconds. This is the 918th car of the 1,948 produced. The roof is tucked away under the largest piece of carbon fiber Porsche has ever produced. A 6 speed manual keeps the fun at your fingertips while the PCCB’s keep your enthusiasm from getting away from you.



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1984 911 (M491)

Color: Guards Red

From: San Diego, CA

Sandy is a 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 with the M491 “Turbo-Look” option. 354 M491 option coupes were sold in the US in 1984. M491 items included: factory welded rear fender flares wrapped around 930 sized Fuchs, front apron, rear Tea Tray spoiler, Turbo brake assembly, axel brackets and stabilizers – all from the 930. Stateside it was hands down the best Porsche you could buy in 1984. This M491 was used by PCNA in their print and video marketing for the launch of the 911 991 in 2011. Purchased from its 3rd owner, David Rossiter, in 2018.



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1967 911 Coupe

Color: Light Ivory

From: Roseville, CA

This 1967 Porsche 911 Coupe Vintage Race Car competed in RMVR CP, PCA Club Racing GT-5s, SCCA GT-3. SCCA National Event Winner in 1999. Racing since 1993 the car was professionally rebuilt in 2000 and is currently used as a test bed and point of inspiration for innovative new aftermarket Porsche performance parts and accessories. With all the luxuries stripped away the cooperative dance between car and road are on full display. The 2.5L engine enjoys visits to 8,000 RPM while the heavily modified suspension keeps the car firmly planted.



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1995 911 Carrera Cab

Color: Polar Silver Met

From: Pasadena, California

Early production 1995 993 Carrera Production completion Date 5/2/1994 Ordered with Nokia Porsche cellular phone, still in the vehicle. First delivered in Farmington Hills, Michigan.



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2009 Carrera S

Color: Arctic Silver

From: Danville, CA

2nd gen Porsche owner & lifelong fan of the brand. Experienced my 1st Porsche ride at 3 wks. of age wrapped in blankets on the rear shelf of my Dad's '68 912 Targa as we zig zagged our way up HWY 1. From that time on and many PCA events & IMSA races later I was destined to find a Porsche of my own. My opportunity arrived in 2016 when I found this 997.2 Carrera S for sale in Alamo, CA. Since, I have thoroughly enjoyed the car on tours & HPDE track days providing the opportunity to pass the passion on to my 17 yr. old son making us a 3rd gen Porsche family with his purchase of a 2004 Boxster S.



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1973 914 1.7

Color: Red

From: Martinez, Ca.

4 year ground up restoration mostly stock. Father and son project. - Rebuilt 1.7 w/stock fuel injection - 2.0 ssi heat exchangers w/ Tangerine racing EVO muffler - Rebuilt transmission - Tangerine racing firewall shift bushing, 914 Werke bronze shift console bushing - Rebel racing RSR suspension bushings front and rear - Bilstein sport shocks and struts - Added factory front sway bar, mounts by Brad Mayeur - Complete brake system restored by PMB, new stainless hard lines, reservoir, soft lines, m/c - 2 port fuel pump relocated to front trunk using 75 parts with Tangerine racing line kit



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1971 911T Coupe

Color: Light Yellow

From: North Tustin, CA

This matching numbers example of a 1971 911T completed a full restoration by Scott's Independent, Inc. (Anaheim, CA) in 2016. The Light Yellow exterior and Black interior are correct according to the Certificate of Authenticity. The car was originally delivered to a Northern CA Porsche dealer where the 1st owner lived and has also spent time in Nevada. We have been the custodians of this outstanding Porsche since June 2020 when it was acquired from the 2nd owner who had the restoration done. We have been Porsche owners continuously since 1976 and this is our 1st 911.



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2021 718 Spyder

Color: GT Silver

From: Livermore, CA

The waiting game: The story of my Spyder starts in 2015 when I purchased a 2005 Boxster S, my first Porsche. I then saw the 2016 Spyder at auto crosses and track events and loved it. Because I had just purchased my Boxster, my Spyder dream would have to wait. Fast forward to 2019, when my loving wife asks if I would like to buy a new Porsche. I had a deal on a Boxster GTS all but done when Porsche announced the 2020 Spyder and GT4. I killed the GTS deal and put my money toward a Spyder allocation. Then COVID. I finally took delivery of my Spyder in December 2020, and am loving it.



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1967 911S Targa

Color: Tangerine

From: Los Angeles, CA

This 1967 911S Soft Window Targa (SWT) is 1 of 483 that were originally built world wide for model year 1967. It was originally delivered to Hans Kahrmann Volkswagen-Porsche dealership in Fulda Germany (one of the 4 original Porsche dealerships). The car remained in Germany until it was shipped to Southern California in 1969. This 911S SWT wears the original 1969 license plates to date. A comprehensive nut and bolt rotisserie restoration taking 2 years and over 4,000+ hours was completed one week ago. It should be noted that 1967 was the first year of the 911S and first year of the Targa.



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2018 GT3

Color: Carrara White

From: Alameda, CA.

Greatest part of owning a Porsche is the people. Oh, and it kills bugs fast.



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1993 928 GTS 5 Speed

Color: Black

From: MONTEREY

1993 Porsche 928 GTS 5 Speed manual with paintwork in original condition. This is the #2 production car for the North American market. This GTS is 1 of approximately 350 manual transmission 928 GTS ever made from 1992 - 1995. The GTS was the flagship model Porsche when it was released, and was faster than a 911 Turbo of the same era. A true driver's car, the GTS is a Grand Touring (GT) car that is capable of devouring miles and keeping its occupants very comfortable. It has recently had its engine completely redone with all new parts.



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1968 911L

Color: White/Red

From: Annapolis , Maryland

Short wheelbase "Sports Purpose" R-Gruppe 911R Built by TRE Motorsports. 2.4-liter motor, E cams. w/40mm Webber carbs, 901 Trans, SSI heat exchangers with M&K rally exhaust. Lightweight Fiberglass fenders, hood, rear bumper, and engine lid. louvered Plexiglass quarter windows 7R Fuchs, external oil filler, through the hood gas filler, fender-mounted talbot mirrors, drilled door handles, Ferrari hood pins. Interior features lightweight R seats, aluminum roll bar, custom gages, 10,000 rpm tach, 356 tail light used as oil pressure warning light. 356 square weave carpet, Alcantara headliner



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1971 911 ST

Color: Signal Orange

From: Annapolis, Maryland

" Sports purpose" R-Gruppe 911ST built by TRE Motorsports Twin plug 3.4 motor W/46mm PMO Carburetors with raw fiberglass rain hats, 915 Transmission, SSI heat exchangers w/ three-outlet rally exhaust. Steel ST flares, fiberglass, and balsa wood reinforced engine lid and hood. External oil filler, off-center through the hood gas filler, Talbot 300 flag mirrors. Custom 15x9/15x10 Fuchs 911S Aluminum brake Calipers, Cibie Pallas hood lamps. Custom interior, including door panels w/ 356 door pulls and armrests, custom gauges, Abarth steering 356 Carrera GT elephant hide vinyl flooring, ST seats



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1996 Carrerra C4S

Color: Midnight Blue

From: Saratoga, CA

Major services and improvements - Bilstein PSS10 - Lowered to Euro height - Corner balanced - FD Motorsports FII ceramic coated mufflers - Bergville T-light V3 high and low beam kit - Bergville LED kit for exterior and interior lighting - Porsche Classic Radio - hands-free, nav, sat with in-period look - Focal speakers and Arc amp in stock location with stock grills - Wheels refinished - Original paint and interior - Replaced stone guard film - Third brake light replaced - Top end rebuild and clutch - New Michelin PS2 N3-rated Professionally maintained by Don Wise Autowerks



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2019 Panamera

Color: Ristratto

From: Healdsburg, California

This 2019 Panamera has timeless classic lines born of Porsche DNA. The beautiful Ristratto Brown Metallic Panamera exemplifies how stunningly gorgeous a luxury car be. However, once you are on the road, you are treated to Porsche's trademark sports car grip and maneuverability, easily handling all the Twisties any backroads can present. We will be on the Sonoma Race Track in late August for a HPDE, and Auto Crossing in September. This Panamera can and does offer all that any Porsche offers to their very lucky owners.



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2008 997.1 Turbo

Color: Black

From: San Francisco, California

Debuted in February 2006, the 997.1 Turbo features the characteristic air vents fore and aft of the rear wheels and a retractable rear wing. The wide bodied Turbo AWD model is 90 lbs lighter than the previous 996 Turbo due to the extensive use of aluminum in key elements of the car. The Mezger engine uses two VTG turbochargers and is based on the 911 GT1. The optional Sport Chrono package increases over boost 20 percent. Published 480bhp and 620nm of torque. 0-60 in 3.7sec. Top speed of 193mph. This daily driven 911 is used for multi-day road trips and "High Performance Driving Events".



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1974 Carrera Coupe

Color: Light Yellow

From: Sacramento CA

Welcome to the Johnny Miller 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe #110. After winning the 1973 US Open, Johnny Miller went to Taylor Porsche in Vallejo CA and bought his dream car. ( mine too ) Fast forward to 2019 when a very good friend Mike Tatro bought the car, it was his favorite Porsche model too, unfortunately he past away during the Covid-19 in June 2020. Mike was a big car collector ( 150 vehicles ) so me and a friend were in charge of selling his VWs and Porsches. I said that I wound buy the Carrera from the estate and the rest is history. I am dedicating the 2021 concours season to Mike!



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2000 Carrera Coupe

Color: Black

From: Sacramento, CA

This is my 2000 996 Carrera Coupe, My husband bought this for me because I liked his Porsche 911, but I had to have A/C and a stick shift, I really never thought he would ever get me one, but I opened the garage up and there it was. WOW ! It was awesome! I have taken it on Tours and Auto Cross. I have installed a GT2 style rear wing and some Coco Mats and had the wheels powder coated and had new Michelin tires installed. I love this baby ! Can't wait for WERKS!!



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1979 Porsche 911 SC

Color: Red

From: Mountain View, CA

Hotrod Build: 1979 Porsche 911 Euro SC, Steel Turbo Fenders and Flares, Aftermarket front bumper with custom grille inserts and air splitter, Campagnolo 16 inch Wheels with Toyo Rubber, LED Headlamps by Audette, 3.2 engine recently rebuilt, Sport Exhaust, Suspension and brakes completely refreshed, 915 transmission with Jwest short shifter, Leather sport seats just reupholstered, Rennline hardware and LED gauge lighting



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2007 Carrera S

Color: GT Silver/ Cocoa

From: Oakland, CA

2007 Carrera S with Factory Aerokit, Extended Cocoa Leather Interior, Sport Design Wheels, Sport Shifter, Porsche Crests in the Headrest and Armrest. The car was sold by Porsche Scottsdale with an MSRP of $116,525.00 in October 2006. The car was acquired by the current owner in September 2019 with 75K miles. Under current ownership there has been a general freshining of the car and customizations including a 991.2 steering wheel, seat belts have been changed from black to silver, and the suspension totally refreshed along with Cup2 tires on OEM GT3 Rims painted Vusuivio Metallic.



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1983 911

Color: Guards red

From: CA

110,000 mile original SC. Updated interior with “front” Scottish tartan inserts. Every nut and bolt replaced. Functioning air conditioner with 134. A real beauty!



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2021 911 Carrera

Color: White

From: Daly City, CA

Built to customer specification, this back-to-basics interpretation of the modern platform is optioned sparingly to maximize the motorsport DNA of the model while still emphasizing the heritage design elements of the 992. The silver wheels are the smallest available of the range and fitted on black calipers. No sunroof is optioned but the roof is subtly lined in now-optional Race-Tex. Checkered, Sport-Tex seats pair well with the return to the horizontal dashboard. Sport Exhaust and Chrono Package are added for motorsports theater. This base model provides the quintessential 911 experience.



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1971 914-6

Color: Irish Green

From: Danville, CA 94526-4022

I am the 3rd owner of my '71 914-6. It was first delivered brand-new in San Jose, CA and spent its entire life in the Bay Area. I bought it in February 2010 from the 2nd owner. The car received a rotisserie restoration taking approximately 2.5 years. It now has an '87 3.2 engine, 901 converted to side-shifter, front oil-cooler, upgraded period correct brakes and Deep Six wheels. Body was entirely metal finished and sprayed in Glasurit single-stage paint. Car runs and rides like new. This is my 3rd 914-6 and we will be keeping this one. Thanks for looking. Enjoy, Michael & Ann Marie



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2014 Panamera Turbo

Color: Basalt blk Metal

From: Hanford California

Our "princess chariot" is a highly optioned Basalt black Metallic Panamera Turbo Executive. Its sleek design and roar of the V8 turbo with the sport exhaust is constantly turning heads. As this is the executive model, it has so much room for activities, the child car seats fit perfectly in the back for our little family of 4! With 520HP and the flappy paddle option it has plenty of oomph to keep Mommy and Daddy happy while keeping our precious cargo safe in the back!



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2015 GT3

Color: Carrera White

From: Henderson, NV

LMGTE 911 RSR inspired GT3



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1967 912 Coupe

Color: Lido Gold

From: Carmel, California

Late production (06/27/1967) car includes features required under the 1966 Motor Vehicle Safety Act effective January 1,1968. Ordered with factory special paint "Lido Gold" (17656) available only in 1966-68. It is one of only two known remaining 911 series cars in existence with this paint color in the U.S. Acknowledged by the Porsche Club of America as the "Rarest of the Rare"; 5 paint cans. Purchased the from the original owner in June 1971, Frank has owned it for the last 51 years. Mechanical equipment 98% and Accessories 90% original. Once a daily driver , now a swift and spritely retiree!



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1960 356 Roadster

Color: Black

From: Phoenix, AZ

Early T5 roadster with transitional features such as front script, chrome plugs on rear lower valance and unique transmission.



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1986.5 Porsche 928

Color: Grand Prix White

From: Santa Clara, CA

Grand Prix White with all black interior 5.0L V8 engine Five-speed manual PCCM radio Cup replica wheels



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1969 912 Coupe

Color: Optional Black

From: Penn Valley, CA

90 HP. - 1600 CC - 4 Cyl. - 2180 Lbs. Starting in 1965 through 1969, Porsche produced 32,867 examples of the 912. During that period , only 700 featured the optional black exterior color. On May 23, 1969 , this special ordered coupe with other factory options was built. It is the 550th 912 produced from the end of that era. This numbers matching "Preserved" or "Unrestored" coupe currently has over 217,754 documented miles. The 2nd caretakers enjoy driving and sharing this coupe with all their fellow enthusiasts.



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1994 968 Cabriolet

Color: Black

From: Penn Valley, CA

3.0 4 Cyl. 236 H.P. 3306 Lbs. 154 MPH. Porsche produced the 968 from 1992 through 1995. During that period a total of 2,234 Coupes and 2,008 Cabriolets were built. Only 561 featured the new optional Tiptronic Transmission. On June 4th,1993 this Cabriolet with the 123rd Tiptronic Transmission was produced. Due to low sales, Porsche re-vined the unit on June 15, 1993 and made it available for the 1994 year model. In 1994 a total of 681 Cabriolets were available for the USA & Canadian markets. Only 37 were Black / Black Top / Cashmere Interior with the optional Tiptronic Transmission.



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1984 911 Carrera

Color: Blue Metallic

From: Glendale

1984 Carrera, 3.2 L flat six. Engine and transmission was rebuilt in 2020 by RSTRADA. Electric Air Conditioning.



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1964 356C Cabriolet

Color: Sky blue / fawn

From: Calabasas, CA

This 356C is a one owner car that was pick up at the factory in 1964. It underwent a complete restoration at Willhoit Auto Restoration in Long Beach, CA in 1998. It's been recently freshened up with a respray, new fawn leather, a new top and a WR2.2 liter engine.



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1976 911 S

Color: Guards Red

From: Fresno, California

1. 1984 Carrera 3.2 engine 2. Fabspeed dual exhaust-muffler 3. Koni (yellow) adjustable shocks 4. Sachs lightened flywheel 5. Elephant Racing “finned” oil lines 6. Tarett Engineering fully adjustable front/rear sway bars 7. 16”X 9” Porsche aluminum wheels 8. Flared rear fenders 9. Red powder-coated engine 10. Slotted-drilled rotors 11. Rebel Racing single strut brace 12. Anzo LED headlights 13. Fabspeed dual tail pipes



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2014 Panamera TurboS

Color: Rhodium Silver

From: Pacific Grove, CA

This Panamera Turbo S Executive includes every option available in 2014! Original base price was $162,075 and final sales price on this completely optioned Panamera was $230,605. Porsche built this one of a kind Turbo S Executive to promote Panamera’s on the auto show circuit in 2013. 2014 was the first year Porsche offered the Panamera as a Turbo S Executive. Executive Turbo S offers exquisite rear compartment features. Specs: Twin-turbocharged and intercooler DOHC 32-valve V-8, direct fuel injection, 7-Speed dual clutch automatic, Exec extended wheelbase 120.9", 0-60mph in 3.3 sec.



Werks Reunion

2014 Carrera

Color: Basalt Black

From: Oakland, CA

I grew up as the daughter of a 'car guy'; my dad bought and sold a stream of fun cars, but my favorites were always the 911s. I have distinct memories of the smell of the leather, the sound of the doors opening and closing, and of course the flat six, in the 911SCs, and later the 964s. I was fortunate enough to be a newly licensed driver by the time the 964s came into our garage, and I've been smitten ever since. During the pandemic, I started to wonder what I was waiting for, and I started searching for an NA, 7MT 911. Here it is, and I'll never let it go.