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2010 Porsche Boxster Customized VEX
Spotted in Austin, Texas is a 2010 Porsche Boxster Customized VEX for $64,999 USD. This is a customized body on top of a stretched Porsche Boxster by Gagliardi Design. The Boxster interior is kept intact. It has a removeable hard top that can be stored in the back compartment. There is talk of a glass hardtop option as well.
What do you think of this conversion?
Porsche 550 Spyder Wooden Buck
Spotted in California is a Porsche 550 Spyder Wooden Buck for sale. This buck is made of hardwood and displayed at the Murphy Auto Museum in Oxnard. It was used to make individual body pieces for replica Spyders. This was donated to the museum and now they want to make room for a new cars.
Are the buck proportions accurate?
1958 Porsche 356A
Spotted in Oroville, California is a 1958 Porsche 356A for $68,500 USD. The seller states this is a matching numbers car. There is no real rust on the car. It been stored indoors for many years. The motor is out of the car and the body looks to be in good shape. There is no accident history on the car. The interior is 90% complete. The original color is silver on black and he has the title in hand.
Would you take on this project?
Porsche 4 Cam Type 547 Engine
Spotted in Center Barnstead, New Hampshire is a Porsche 4 Cam Type 547 Engine for $300,000 USD. I remember when I came across a Spare Engine at for $80,000 and I thought that was too high. I so regret that decision. This is engine #90944. It was rebuilt by Karl Hloch and currently has 2 Mille Miglia events under its belt powering a 550 spyder. This was originally a GS engine and it can be fitted with either a GS fan shroud with heat snorkel , car pre-heaters, etc. or a GT Shroud. Engine is complete and runs well.
Would you buy this engine?
Porsche Go Kart
Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a Porsche Go Kart for $1,250 USD. The seller says its in running condition. It is believed this is known as a Porsche Junior and could only be brought from the Porsche dealerships back in the 1980’s for $4,995 USD. This is a fun rare collectible piece.
Would you buy this?
1955 Porsche Pre-A Speedster
Spotted in New York is a 1955 Porsche Pre-A Speedster for $189,000 USD. This is one of the cheapest Speedsters I have seeen come up for sale in a while. It is being offered for private sale is this stunning 1955 pre-A Porsche Speedster. Black plate car, restored in late 1980’s in California. Car was finished 2010-2015 by Meister Restoration, Center Barnstead, N.H.
The car was completed in January 1955 and shipped to the US with sealed beam headlamps and speedometer calibrated in miles. This car among the earliest Speedsters built. Body color Sky Blue with gray-blue (Firenze Grey) top, boot and side curtains. (See Page 157, Heinrich’s Speedster book). The car has been meticulously restored to original condition. Includes five correct date stamped 16 inch wheels and a correct low bow top. full flow oil filter making it a very comfortable and responsive driver.
Car is housed within a home and driven some times a year.
This may be the only blue Speedster extant with correct boot and top material special order milled in Germany with herring bone underside.
What do you think of this Speedster?
1954 Reutter 356
Spotted in Portland, Oregon is a 1954 Porsche Reutter 356 Pre-A Coupe for $52,000 USD. The seller states this car is a shell with no motor. This is an early Bent Window project that would make a great restoration candidate. The Certificate of Authenticity and more pictures are available by the seller.
Would you buy this Pre-A?
1966 Porsche 911 Shell
Spotted in Sacramento, California is a 1966 Porsche 911 Shell for $10,000 USD. The seller states this shell has a lot of rust and no drivetrain. What you see is what you get. This is a very early 911 and has California registration in seller’s name.
Would you take on this project?
1970 Porsche 911 Shell
Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a 1970 Porsche 911 Shell for $6,500 USD. The seller states this is a roller and comes with steel flares. The VIN is 9110102408 and a clean title.
Would you restore this 911?