Spotted in Rosemead is a pair of Porsche K3 Rear Fenders for $700 USD. The seller states these over fenders are off a K3 Porsche with race history that includes Le Mans, 12 Hours of Sebring, and 24 Hour Daytona back in the 1980’s by car owner and driver Wayne Patric. I wouldn’t mind having this on my wall.
Found in Vancouver, is a 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo S2 for $180,000 USD. This is 1 of 20 Road Legal Homologation examples built for the US Market! I have not seen one for over 10 years and it was a white one for sale in Florida for 55k. These extremely rare cars were built in conjunction with Porsche tuner Andial. These cars have a turbocharged 3.3L M30/69 flat six engine with a 5 speed manual transmission. The S2 option package included ported and polished cylinder heads, a K27 turbocharger, a larger intercooler, and revised cam profiles all of which significantly increased hp above the base Turbo.
Spotted in San Francisco is a 1956 Porsche 356A Speedster Project for $229,500 USD. Rare 1956 Porsche 356A T1 Speedster project with beehive tail lights. Over $100k spent recently on professional metal work. Now ready for final bodywork and paint. Original colors were white with black leatherette interior. Includes a complete factory replacement 356A engine. Type 519 gearbox installed with Speedster gears. Upgraded with disc brakes. Very complete with all the major parts. Documented with COA, clear California title and detailed restoration records.
Spotted in Napa, California is a 1956 Porsche 356A Shell. The seller states that the California title is in his possession but will only give full chassis number to serious buyers (#575XX). There are no other parts other than the shell. The first 3 digits of the VIN number are visible in the picture. This rusted out wreck is beyong restoring but maybe bought by someone for the VIN number.
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Spotted in California is a 1959 Porsche 356A for $14,000 USD. This is VIN 105155 with a salvage title. The paint code is 703 which is a great color of Meissen Blue. This is not for the faint hearted but for the die hard 356 fan wanting a all encompassing project, here it is. The floors are rusted out. Its a complete rust bucket. Perhaps this will go to Europe..? Production year 1958 Model year 1959. This vehicle was involved in a rollover accident in 1972. It is missing the engine which was originally believed to be engine number 71372.