1960 Porsche 356 Super 90 / 60mm Carrera GT Brakes
Location: Los Angeles
This 1960 Porsche 356B Super 90 with 60mm Front Carrera Brakes is for sale in California. The seller wants to market it during the Porsche Literature show and the Swap Meet this weekend. It needs a full restoration. The previous owner stated this car was used as a race car which explains the bigger Carrera GT Brakes.
This black 1955 Speedster is being sold by LA Workshop 5001, Inc located in Los Angeles, California. There are 5 days left for bidding on the Ebay Ad. It shows 9 people watching.
There is a fully restored 1955 Speedster for sale in Ohiofor $329,000 Or Best Offer.
This Polar Silver 1997 Porsche 993 Turbo was found for sale in Colorado. It only has 22,000 miles for $189,900 US Dollars. Looks to be in great condition and probably exactly what a collector is looking for. oks to be a nice example in a very desirable color. The service books are properly stamped showing regular routine maintenance.
A 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo in Fly Yellow with Andial upgrades was found in Colorado. This car had 49,200 miles but what is more interesting is that it was modified by Andial. The current owner does not know what kind of modifications were done but it would be worth finding out. I’m not a huge fan
I have seen a few being driven in LA when they were new but havent seen one driven around in probably a decade. There were only 250 examples produced in 1992 and 1993. I had no idea these cars were so rare. Maybe 30% have been in accidents are totaled by now..? No one really talked about these but they are cool cars. They are built using the turbo flares and turbo specs which included 17″ cup wheels and brakes and suspension. A local classic car dealer sold a very tired tiptronic version for $89,000 less than a year ago. Its difficult to know where today’s market value on these are. I’ve seen them as low as $50,000 for a high mileage example to as high as $120,000 for a pristine garage queen. This particular car looks great in white with the white interior. The Roadster badge on the rear lid is missing. I like that it is a manual transmission over the tiptronic also.
Where would you say the market is on the 964 Roadsters?