A great selection of Porsche models are consigned with Gooding & Co in Scottsdale next month. Doubtless the 993 GT2 consignor will hope the underbidder at the last major 993 GT2 auction result will be present...
The Carrera GT still looks good value these days at $650-750k for a manual v10 naturally aspirated road legal carbon chassis racecar....and the 959 was in engineering terms a significant R&D tool for future models. Both of these cars have gone past the comedy low mileage "can't use it" phase so could present fun "driving" propositions for new owners.
1996 Porsche 993 GT2Estimate: $1,300,000 - $1,600,000Chassis: WP0ZZZ99ZTS392139*Please note that the consignor and any buyer will be required to comply with NHTSA and other applicable requirements and complete additional paperwork in order to effect transfer of ownership, including a show/display permit application.Last of the Great Air-Cooled Turbocharged 911sOne of As Few As 57 Road-Going 993 GT2s Ever Built Classic Polar Silver over Black Color SchemeLargely Original and Showing Just over 36,000 Km from New Offered with Tool Roll and Owner’s Handbooks
1988 Porsche 959 KomfortEstimate: $1,100,000 - $1,300,000Chassis: WP0ZZZ95ZJS900182Groundbreaking, FIA Group B Rally-Inspired Legend Low-Mileage, with Less than 22,000 KmOutstanding Color CombinationOne of Only 242 Komfort Models BuiltOffered with Books, Tools, Service Invoices, and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
1989 Porsche 930 Cabriolet CabrioletEstimate: $125,000 - $150,000 | Without ReserveChassis: WP0EB0933KS070239Desirable Final Production-Year 930 CabrioletHighly Collectible, Limited-Production Porsche in Exceptional Condition Less than 22,000 Original MilesOnly Model Year of the 930 to Receive the G50 5-Speed Gearbox Accompanied by Books, Tools, Air Pump, Jack, and Service Records
2011 Porsche 997 GT3 RS 3.8Estimate: $225,000 - $275,000 | Without ReserveChassis: WP0AC2A98BS783483One of 541 Built for 2011Race-Bred 911 Model with Stunning PerformanceOutstanding Factory Livery with No Track TimeLess than 2,900 Miles from New, Supported by CARFAX ReportOne of the Greatest 911 Road Cars of the Modern Era
1989 Porsche 911 CarreraEstimate: $90,000 - $120,000 | Without ReserveChassis: WP0AB0912KS120917Just Two Owners from NewLess than 20,000 Original MilesExtremely Well-DocumentedExcellent Preservation-Class CandidateMany Extras, Including Mementos from Dr. Porsche’s 80th Birthday Celebration
1989 Porsche 911 Carrera CabrioletEstimate: $60,000 - $80,000 | Without ReserveChassis: WP0EB0913KS170405Desirable Final-Production-Year 3.2-Liter CarreraCalifornia Car for 24 YearsDocumented by a Copy of Porsche COA, Original Window Sticker, and Service InvoicesAccompanied by Manuals, Tool Kit, Tire Inflator, and Car CoverUnusually Well-Preserved Example
2011 Porsche 997 SpeedsterEstimate: $275,000 - $325,000 | Without ReserveChassis: WP0CB2A9XBS795663One of 90 2011 997 Speedsters Delivered to the USAttractively Finished in Carrara WhiteCar Number 331 of 356Immaculate Two-Owner Example with Less than 3,500 Original MilesOffered with Manuals, Service Records, Window Sticker, Porsche COA, and Extra Key
2005 Porsche Carrera GTEstimate: $650,000 - $750,000Chassis: WP0CA298X5L001466One of 644 US Examples ProducedMinimally Used and Well MaintainedAccompanied by Tools, Owner’s Manuals, Invoices, and LuggagePowered by an F1-Derived V-10 Channeled Through a Six-Speed Manual GearboxOne of the Greatest Analog Supercars Ever Produced
1997 Porsche 993 Turbo SEstimate: $400,000 - $500,000Chassis: WP0AC2999VS375924One of Only 183 Turbo S Models Produced for the US Approximately 9,400 Original MilesOne-Owner Car for Most of Its LifeDocumented Ownership History and Service Records Since New The Last and Ultimate Air-Cooled Turbo 911 Model