At last count, the Porsche North America website showed 27 members of the 911 family – twenty-seven! On May 7, that number will jump to 28 with the 2019 911 Speedster, which Porsche debuted at the New York International Auto Show in mid-April.
A 356 B Roadster known as the “Twin Grille,” will be offered at the RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island Concours auction this weekend. It’s one of only 58 equipped with the highly desirable 1.6-liter Super 90 engine.
RM Sotheby’s is offering the opportunity to acquire a 1965 911 at its Amelia Island Concours sale. The car, in Aga Blue over beige, shows under 80,000 miles and has a pre-sale estimate of $210k-$250k.
In the past two decades, RM Sotheby’s has sold thousands of collectible cars alongside the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. This year, the old-timer is bringing a 10-car collection of “youngtimers”: the budding classics of the 80s, 90s, and early noughties.
At its 2019 Amelia Island Concours sale, Gooding & Company will offer one of the 15 Porsche 924 Carrera GTS Clubsport models built, with a pre-sale estimate of $250k-$300k. This particular 924 was originally a Porsche press vehicle.
Porsche will be entering the EV market with the same zeal that drives the company to keep pushing its 911, Cayman and Boxster sports cars to new performance levels. And even before the first Taycans reach customers later this year, Porsche confirmed plans to double production to 40,000 cars per year.
Bonhams returns to the Westin Kierland Resort for the eighth year in a row, bringing with it the usual array of pristine classics and untouched exotics. Last year, over 25 million dollars changed hands in just a few hours.
The Gooding & Company Scottsdale auction in January will offer a 1973 911 T Targa, one of 1,300 made for the U.S., with 21,000 documented original miles. Offered with no reserve, the car has a pre-sale estimate of $130k-$160k.