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historic porsches:

2002 Lola-Porsche P2

One of a kind development for LeMans P2 class

Lola B2K/40 chassis with normally aspirated, water cooled Porsche RSR powerplant and Porsche GT1 gearbox

Ultra-lightweight (~1,700 pounds) with 500 horsepower (restricted) water-cooled, four cam engine for extraordinary performance and ultimate durability

A low-maintenance 962 killer!

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cars no longer in collection::

Porsche 962-HR1

Al Holbert's three-time IMSA Championship winner

- IMSA GTP Drivers Championship 1985
- IMSA GTP Drivers Championship 1986
- IMSA GTP Manufacturers Championship 1987

11 overall wins and 19 podium finishes

The most recognizable sports car in American racing history

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Rennsport II Feature courtesy SPEED Channel (28.8) >>>
Rennsport II Feature courtesy SPEED Channel (broadband) >>>

Lowenbrau 962 artwork >>>
Lowenbrau 962 period photos >>>
Lowenbrau 962 posters >>>
Lowenbrau 962 restoration photos >>>
Lowenbrau beer steins >>>


1980 Porsche Indy Car

The only open wheel Porsche powered by the legendary flat 6 engine

Holder of multiple track records (set by Danny Ongais in testing)

Collaboration between Porsche Factory and Interscope Racing

Protested by AJ Foyt, Roger Penske and others, withdrawn by Porsche prior to 1980 season

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1979 Autoweek article >>>
September 2000 Porsche Panorma article >>>

Porsche 917-020

1971 Sebring 12 hours winner, the 917's only Sebring victory

Campaigned by both the Porsche Salzburg and factory-backed Martini & Rossi teams

Fully restored to competition-ready, concour winning condition

Unquestioned lineage and ownership history

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1971 Sebring photos >>>
917-020 Registry documentation >>>


Porsche 956-003

1983 Werks LeMans Winner and FIA World Endurance Champion

FIA World Endurance Championship of Makes 1982

FIA World Endurance Championship of Drivers 1982

FIA World Endurance Championship of Makes 1983

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956 posters >>>

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Porsche 935-JLP3

The only car ever to win both the Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours in the same year (1982)

The winner of 7 consecutive IMSA races in 1981 & 1982 - a feat likely never to be duplicated!

The most dominant racing car of the 935 era with 9 overall IMSA victories and 15 podium finished in 1981 and 1982

IMSA Championship winner in 1981 and 1982

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935 poster >>>


1972 Porsche 914-6

Overall winner at the 2001 Rennsport Reunion

Overall winner at the 2004 Rennsport Reunion II

Overall winner at the 2004 Jefferson 500

2.0 litre lap record holder at Moroso Speedway

Constructed to 'state of the art' specifications by Gunnar Racing

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construction photo's >>>


Porsche 962-107

Ex Walter Brun Group C and IMSA competitor

4 podium finishes in Europe and in the IMSA series

3.2 liter air-cooled single turbo

Absolutely flawless mechanical & cosmetic condition

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Porsche GT1-005

The most radical 911 derivative ever

Porsche werks car for the 1997 season

1998 USRRC Champion

Campaigned last in the 2001 Daytona 24 Hours

2001 Daytona photos >>>


Gunnar Porsche 966

First of the modern open cockpit prototypes

Driven by sports car greats including Derek Bell, Hurley Haywood, and John Paul, Jr.

Podium finisher at the 2001 Rennsport Reunion

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Porsche 917-01-021

1971 Interserie Championship winning 917 spyder.

One of ony four remaining Porsche 917 spyders.

Flawless restoration and perfect mechanical condition.

917-01-021 model >>>


Porsche 917-015

1970 Daytona 24 Hours winner, the 917's first major victory

Campaigned by John Wyer under Gulf sponsorship

Fully restored to 100 point, concour winning condition

1970 Daytona photos >>>


1986 Porsche 962C-118

Multiple LeMans competitor with two finishes and a 4th overall

Three time overall winner - Wunstorf, Most, and the Osterreichring (all in 1997)

Campaigned by Kremer Porsche Racing and driven by Weaver, Taylor, van der Merwe, Fouche, Wiedler, Gartner, Giacomelli, Takahashi, and others

Fully restored with mechanicals completely rebuilt by Porsche Motorsport and race preparation by Gunnar Porsche Racing

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Porsche Carrera 6

Chassis number 906-145, completely original factory race car.

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1970 Brumos Racing Porsche 911S

1972 IMSA Championship winner

Peter Gregg
Hurley Haywood
Andrew Carduner

Winner, 1998 Greenwich Concours d'Elegance


Porsche 935 "Moby Dick"

One of only two complete "Moby Dicks" in the world, the other being in the Porsche museum

Eight podium finishes including overall win at Hockenheim

Drivers included Mass, Holbert, Moretti, Rahal, Baldi, & Wollek

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history of "Moby Dick" >>>
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1975 Porsche RSR 3.0

Ordered by Peter Gregg from Porsche's racing development group at Weissach

One of the last RSR Carreras ever completed by the factory

Seventeen IMSA podium finishes including eight overall and class wins and the 1978 IMSA GTO Championship

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