One owner: ’67 Porsche 912 Coupe
This is an original owner car being sold by the second owner. Go figure. Doesn’t that make it a 2-owner Porsche? The seller found it parked out in a field with a tattered cover over it. Somehow he managed to make it look decent after all of those years out doors. It has 126,000 miles on it and the seller says Porsche only built 31 more 912s before they started to make the longer wheelbase versions in ’68. That’s kind of cool but not necessarily important to the valuation. The engine is original to the car and was rebuilt about 40,000 miles ago. It has a rebuilt 5-speed transmission too. The interior is largely original however the original seats are out of the car and newer high back seats are in it. You get the original chairs with the Porsche. It is also equipped with Fuchs alloys but the seller is willing to deal if you want steelies. This is one that requires a thorough PPI to check the body for rust. The seller is asking $23,500 and that sounds more on the reasonable side than other 912s we’ve featured. Perhaps the seller is figuring what it will need to be totally presentable? Click here for the listing.