1994 Porsche 911 Speedster

  • 57,890 miles
  • Matching-numbers 3.6L flat 6-cylinder engine
  • 5-speed manual transmission
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • Grand Prix White with Black leather interior
  • Velour floor mats
  • White wheels with Porsche crests
  • Limited-slip differential
  • Headlight washers
  • AM/FM four-speaker radio with cassette deck and remote CD player
  • Sport seat with electric height adjustment
  • Air conditioning with climate control
  • On-board computer
  • Original MSRP and service history dating back to 1995
  • Clean CARFAX and Autocheck

1988 Porsche 911 Turbo / RUF-Converted CTR

RUF’s ascension from little-known Porsche tuner to household name came after the publication of the July 1987 issue of Road & Track magazine. In an article titled, “The World’s Fastest Cars,” the Road & Track staff assembled a venerable “who’s who” of the world’s most incredible street-legal supercars, of which the Ferrari 288 GTO and Lamborghini Countach sat at the slower end of the spectrum — with top speeds of 179 mph. Rocketing past the Mercedes-Benz 300E AMG “Hammer” and Read More

1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR

In 1973, Roger Penske created a racing series called the International Race of Champions, or IROC. Equally ambitious and unique in concept, the IROC series aimed to place the world’s best racing drivers in identical cars to compete against each other over several rounds at leading U.S. venues. In so doing, Penske’s aim was to reduce all the usual variables in motor racing, so that only the bravest, cleverest and most skilled driver would prevail.

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