1973 Porsche 911S

If you wanted the hottest 911 you could buy in 1973, you ordered a 911S from your local Porsche dealer. The 911RS was available, but in far more limited numbers — and was intended for racing applications only. This one was purchased new, and after being damaged in shipping was repaired and fitted with the larger 911RS steel rear fenders. At some point in its history, the engine was punched out to 2.7 liters from the original 2.4. Very rare, very desirable, and fully factory-optioned, this is easily one of the best examples of the 911S on the market.

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    The Porsche 912 is the smaller sibling to the famous 911 — mechanically the same, except with a smaller four-cylinder motor and resulting smaller prices on the vintage car market, making it an affordable cult classic among less well-heeled collectors. This 1969 9o12 was pulled from a barn in Oregon, where it had been the most beautiful dust collector in the state for 18 years. A nuts-to-bolts restoration with an amazing Scottish Tartan interior makes this 912 the perfect way to get into vintage Porsches without breaking the bank.

  • 1967 Porsche 911S

    Sometimes, when you can't find the perfect car, you have to build it yourself. That's exactly what Bruce Canepa did with this 1967 Porsche 911S. The original car was found in Washington state with a surprising lack of rust, and with all the original parts. The next step was a complete teardown. Every piece of the car was broken down, restored, and reassembled — from replating to repainting. A slight motor massage and a set of totally unfindable Recaro NOS racing seats top off the job. With almost no miles since the restoration, this a 911 that is more than ready to be driven.

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