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1972 Porsche 911S PROTOTYPE

This Porsche 911S is absolutely extraordinary!!!  Built in March of 1971 as a 1972 model, this car is THE LOWEST 1972 CHASSIS NUMBER KNOWN TO EXIST!  Its VIN #9112300011 places it as a unit that would generally never be sold to the public!  Usually, the first 10-20 cars were used for crash testing, in-house performance testing, emissions testing, etc.  Then, those cars were usually either destroyed by the factory or used for something else internally.  This car is said to be the 1972 U.S. Emissions Testing car for the new 2.4L engine.  After testing, it was then given to Al Holbert by Porsche factory for his race team.  As a race team owner, I understand what happened next...Al was running low on money, so he SOLD THE CAR (something I'm sure was never "supposed" to happen).  Wait...it gets better!  From the 1971 to 1972 model year, Porsche made a number of changes including moving from the 901 gearbox to the much upgraded 915 gearbox.  This car has 915 gearbox #0001 and the gearbox itself is still in the pre-production magnesium casing!!!  In addition, from the factory, this 915 gearbox came with an internal RSR oil pump...THE ONLY 1972 S IN THE WORLD KNOWN TO HAVE SUCH FROM THE FACTORY!  Other amazing prototype features of this S are:  factory through-the-body front oil cooler lines that were then never put into production due to the costs associated with doing so; 1971 911 oil fill tube with a 1972 forward sump tank; a single front battery from the factory; paint to sample by the factory making this THE VERY FIRST VIPER GREEN CAR IN EXISTENCE (by the way, quite a bit of the paint is ORIGINAL ON THIS CAR!); and NO EXTERNAL OIL FILL FLAP, from the factory!  This is a true piece of Porsche history and I must publically thank Dr. Konradsheim for all of his assistance in rearching the various details of this Porsche.   Please call me with any further questions.

1996 Porsche 911 Turbo

Heralded as the "last and best" of the 997 chassis, the instantly classic GT3RS 4.0 is absolutely beyond belief for a street car!  Built in extremely limited quanties of only 600 world-wide with an estimated 140 brought to the U.S., this is #485/600 and is in absolutely perfect, stunning condition.  The original owner covered almost the entire car in 3M clear film so the car is pristine.  I searched long and hard to find the full leather interior in all black as opposed to the psychedelic red/black combo that appears to be in 90% of these cars.  This one also DOES NOT HAVE the weight-adding front lifting system!!!  Sporting PCCB brakes, the sport chrono package, full black factory sports seats, and an installed Club-sport rear bar, this car is absolutely amazing.  I also purchased, from Porsche, white center-lock rims...just because I think it looks amazing with those.  From the factory, this car was ordered with silver rims (which also come with the car).  500hp, stunning handling, eye-popping braking, visceral beyond expectations, and a 6 speed MANUAL GEARBOX, this car is a collector's dream.  With only 5,100 miles, the car is perfect.  I have every record, all books, original window sticker, both keys, the 4.0 piston display package from Porsche, hard copy brochure, and numerous articles on the 4.0.  Please call with any further questions.

The last of the air-cooled, hand-built turbos, the 1996-1997 993 Twin Turbos were absolutely stunning.  All-wheel drive, twin turbo design which essentially eliminated turbo lag, a more refined chassis, and the 993's stunning good looks, these cars were so far ahead of their time.  This is a one-owner car with only 14,653 documented miles, all original paint, and in completely stock configuration.  This is so incredibly rare these days, to find a Twin Turbo that has NOT BEEN ALTERED, tuned, or abused.  Purchased new by the original owner, he rarely drove the car and then, sadly, passed away several years ago.  The widow kept the car in climate-controlled storage for many years before she decided to finally sell the car.  Optioned with factory sports seats with deviated yellow stitching, factory floor mats, Porsche crests on the rims, and the digital sound package, the MSRP in 1996 was over $110,000!  All books, records, clean CARFAX, original window sticker, all tools, compressor, etc. again make this an incredibly rare find, indeed.  These Turbos have literally been apreciating at over $10,000 per month so don't delay.  Call with any further questions.

Porsche began its single-marque racing series with the 944 Cup Cars in 1985.  These cars were factory race cars with weight-saving deletions, safety additions, and competitive upgrades.  With the success of the normally aspirated 944s, Porsche then introduced the 944 Turbo Cup cars in 1986 and ran the Turbo Cup Series in Germany starting the same year.  These series also ran in France starting in  1987 and then the Rothmans Canadian Turbo Cup Series starting in 1988.  The performance of these machines was absolutely nothing less than extraordinary!!!  With output beginning at 250+ hp and weight down near 2,700 pounds, 0-60 times were clocked at only 4.4 seconds!!!  Stunning for the time, indeed.  These cars were very special from the factory and came with an array of differences from the street 944 Turbo including:  a larger turbine unit, different mapping, stiffer suspension, a full Matter roll cage, Magnesium oil pan, Magnesium intake manifold, Magnesium 16" wheels, upgraded calipers (essentially the 928 S4 units), adjustable rear sway bars, upgraded aerodynamics, sunroof delete, figerglass hood, lightweight carpeting, seam sealer delete, sound deadening delete, rear seat back delete, a/c delete, radio delete, central kill switch system, fire bottle, and Recaro driver race seat with Porsche street passenger seat.  The #7 Rothmans Turbo Cup was driven by one of Canada's most famous drivers - Ludwig Heimrath.  Heimrath competed in the Rothmans Series from 1988 to 1990.  The #7 car is wonderfully original with NO SIGNIFICANT damage evident anywhere on the car!!!  This is highly unusual if you are familiar with the Rothmans Series as many of these cars was crashed, sometimes beyond repair.  Heimrath, however, was a seasoned driver and generally ran up near the front where all the drivers know that finishing is THE ONLY WAY to win a race...  Original paint is found inside both door sills with the original "catalyst" sticker on the driver side and the original "build sticker" on the passenger side.  The car comes with an extra set of Magnesium rims, is fully serviced, and runs absolutely perfectly.  If you have been searching for a genuine Turbo Cup that was not abused, but has wonderful history...you've found it for sure.  

Porsche began its single-marque racing series with the 944 Cup Cars in 1985.  These cars were factory race cars with weight-saving deletions, safety additions, and competitive upgrades.  With the success of the normally aspirated 944s, Porsche then introduced the 944 Turbo Cup cars in 1986 and ran the Turbo Cup Series in Germany starting the same year.  These series also ran in France starting in  1987 and then the Rothmans Canadian Turbo Cup Series starting in 1988.  The performance of these machines was absolutely nothing less than extraordinary!!!  With output beginning at 250+ hp and weight down near 2,700 pounds, 0-60 times were clocked at only 4.4 seconds!!!  Stunning for the time, indeed.  These cars were very special from the factory and came with an array of differences from the street 944 Turbo including:  a larger turbine unit, different mapping, stiffer suspension, a full Matter roll cage, Magnesium oil pan, Magnesium intake manifold, Magnesium 16" wheels, upgraded calipers (essentially the 928 S4 units), adjustable rear sway bars, upgraded aerodynamics, sunroof delete, figerglass hood, lightweight carpeting, seam sealer delete, sound deadening delete, rear seat back delete, a/c delete, radio delete, central kill switch system, fire bottle, and Recaro driver race seat with Porsche street passenger seat.  The #7 Rothmans Turbo Cup was driven by one of Canada's most famous drivers - Ludwig Heimrath.  Heimrath competed in the Rothmans Series from 1988 to 1990.  The #7 car is wonderfully original with NO SIGNIFICANT damage evident anywhere on the car!!!  This is highly unusual if you are familiar with the Rothmans Series as many of these cars was crashed, sometimes beyond repair.  Heimrath, however, was a seasoned driver and generally ran up near the front where all the drivers know that finishing is THE ONLY WAY to win a race...  Original paint is found inside both door sills with the original "catalyst" sticker on the driver side and the original "build sticker" on the passenger side.  The car comes with an extra set of Magnesium rims, is fully serviced, and runs absolutely perfectly.  If you have been searching for a genuine Turbo Cup that was not abused, but has wonderful history...you've found it for sure.