Author: Prescott Kelly

Prescott Kelly was an avid Porsche racer and past president of the PCA. He has been an SCM Contributor since 2010.

2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR

This car was first purchased by Flying Lizard Motorsports, securing three 2007 American Le Mans Series class wins in classic silver/red livery on the way to 2nd in the GT2 standings and 3rd for Jörg Bergmeister and Johannes Van Overbeek. For some, the RSR’s most memorable ALMS finish that year […]

1977 Porsche 911 Turbo

Offered here is a first-generation 3.0-liter (non-intercooled) model supplied new to the U.S. Imported in 2020, it remained unregistered until January 1, 2022. With the car is a Certificate of Authenticity confirming matching engine and transmission numbers. The 911 is finished in the original color scheme of Sand Beige with […]

1998 RUF Turbo R

Introduced by RUF in 1998, the Turbo R filled the hole in the company’s lineup after it discontinued the CTR2 supercar. Like its predecessor, the Turbo R is based on the Turbo version of the 993-generation Porsche 911. Available between 1998 and 2002, these special hand-built automobiles are powered by […]

1957 Porsche 356A Carrera GS Speedster

Thanks to the genius of Max Hoffman, Porsche’s leading U.S. importer, the Speedster model had been wildly successful in North America. Wishing to capitalize on their motorsport success in the region, Porsche launched the Carrera GS fitted with a road-adapted version of the Ernst Fuhrmann-designed four-cam engine, which had garnered […]

1975 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI

Reported to have initially been used as a dealer demonstration vehicle, [this car] was first sold to Peter Leonhard Sandl of Ingolstadt on March 7, 1975. The car’s original German Fahrzeugbrief shows Sandl’s continued international registration into 1990. Upon moving to Canada, Sandl shipped the car to Vancouver via the […]

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Targa

The introduction of the 964-coded 911 in 1989 represented a product refresh by Porsche designers on almost every level. Coincidentally, the 964 represented the last generation that Porsche offered with a Targa roof until it was revived with the Type 991 in 2011. The example offered here was built to […]

1999 Porsche 911 Classic Club Coupe “Sonderwunsch”

Built as a factory one-off, the 911 Classic Club Coupe marks the first one-off within the Sonderwunsch (special wish) program that is a classic vehicle. Upon arrival, the Carrera was completely stripped of its component parts and treated to a chemical bath, removing all layers of paint. The underbody, placed […]

2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

This ultra-rare and ultra-low-mileage U.S.-specification Porsche 911 GT3 RS is believed to be one of only 26 delivered to the U.S. in the dazzling combination of Aqua Blue Metallic with contrasting Guards Red graphics and wheels. Delivered new to Porsche of Spokane, WA, this GT3 RS has been cherished its […]

1955 Porsche 356 Continental

Purchased new on April 7, 1956, by a Canadian GI overseas (or at least shipped to Canada originally, as noted on the car’s Kardex from Porsche records), this car made its way to Houston and was owned by a submarine commander who broke down in Benson, AZ, while on his […]

1995 Porsche 928 GTS

This low-mileage, well-documented and highly specified 928 GTS is one of just 26 U.S.-market examples equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission for the 1995 model year, making it the quintessential rendition of Porsche’s front-engine experiment. It completed production in early December 1994 and was delivered new to a Porsche dealer […]