Some pretty interesting Porsches are currently being offered at Bring A Trailer at No Reserve: a 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe, a 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Touring, and a 2014 Porsche Boxster S.
1964 Porsche 356C Coupe
The 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe example originally had a Light Ivory (6404) finish but under previous ownership, it was repainted in black. Exterior features include body-colored bumpers with chrome bumperettes, twin-grille deck lid, and a driver-side mirror and dual exhaust exits.
It has chrome 15-inch wheels with Porsche-crest hubcaps wrapped with 165-width Vredestein Sprint Classic tires. A matching spare is hidden in the trunk.
For the interior, it has front bucket seats and individual rear seats which are upholstered in red vinyl. The dash pad and the door panels are in color matching red, too. The square-weave carpets are protected by black rubber mats. Additional equipments include a cabin heater, wing windows, Blaupunkt push-button AM/FM radio, and front lap belts. In 2019, they replaced the ignition switch and lock cylinders.
The three-spoke steering wheel frames VDO instrumentation which includes a 120-mph speedometer, an analog clock, a tachometer, and gauges for fuel level and oil temperature. The five-digit odometer shows 31k mileages with roughly 10k added under current ownership. Real mileage is unknown.
Powering this 356C Coupe is a 1.6-liter flat-four engine with dual carburetors. It was adjusted in July 2022. In 2021, its fuel pump was rebuilt, a remanufactured starter was installed, and some items like the battery, spark plugs, condenser, and points were replaced.
The sale would come with a Porsche Certificate of Authority which carries detailed information like factory colors, optional equipment, and even the production completion date of September 12, 1963. It will also come with an owner’s manual, service records, factory tools, and a 356 photo book.
As of writing, the 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe has a bid of $45,000 which will end on Thursday, and it is offered at No Reserve.
1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Touring
This 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Touring example was originally given a Maritime Blue (F2) finish. In 2014, it is said that Automobile Associates of Canton in Connecticut repainted the example in its original color. It rides on 17-inch magnesium Cup wheels wrapped in 205/50 front and 265/40 rear Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The spare wheel was painted red and had a space saver tire is placed in the front trunk.
Compared to a standard 964, the height of the Carrera RS is lower featuring stiffer strings and adjustable anti-sway bars. An additional factory option power-assisted steering was equipped on the example. An anti-lock system that features four-piston calibers on cross-drilled rotors on all four corners provides the stopping power of the example.
For the interior, it has power-height-adjustable sport seats wrapped in black partial leather with multi-tone blue seat inserts. The same black upholstery can be seen on the headliner, dashboard, carpets, and door panels. Comfort features include power windows, air conditioning, central locking, blue seat belts, radio blanking plate, and door-mounted speakers. A four-spoke RS-branded steering wheel sits in front of a tachometer with a 6,800-rpm redline, a quartz clock, a 300 kph speedometer, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer of the example shows 50k kilometers which is roughly 31k miles.
Powering the 911 Carrera RS is a 3.6-liter M64/03 flat-six engine which was factory rated at 256 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque when new. In 2022, fresh fluids were added to the example. A G50 five-speed manual transaxle sends power to the rear wheels and it features closer gear rations, asymmetrical limited-slip differential, and steel synchronizers.
As of writing, the 1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Touring has a bid of $260,000. It is offered at No Reserve with the auction ending on August 31, Wednesday.
2014 Porsche Boxster S
This 2014 Porsche Boxster S was sold initially by Porsche North Houston in Texas and was given an Agate Gray Metallic finish. Exterior features include power-retractable black soft top, bi-xenon headlights with the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), rear parking sensors, speed-activated rear spoiler, central dual exhaust outlets, and side air intakes.
The example sits on 20-inch Carrera Classic alloy wheels wrapped with 235/35 front and 265/35 rear Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. Four-wheel cross-drilled and ventilated discs with red Porsche-branded calipers gives the car its braking power. It is also equipped with front and rear stabilizer and Porsche Stability Management (PSM).
For the interior, it features heated and ventilated power-adjustable seats wrapped in black leather. Matching black leather can also be seen on the center console, dash, and door panels. Other interior features include Porsche-branded floor mats, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, driver’s seat memory settings, CD stereo, Power Steering Plus, Bose sound system, and Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with navigation.
A three-spoke steering wheel frames a 190-mph speedometer, a 7,600-rpm redline central tachometer, and a digital display. The digital odometer shows 92k miles with roughly 1k added during current ownership.
This Boxster S is powered by a 3.4-liter flat-six engine at the back of the passenger compartment. It was factory rated at 315 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque. In April 2022, an oil change was done on the example. A seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transaxle sends power to the rear wheels.
The Carfax report reveals damage on the example on December 2018, May 2019, and December 2019. All the incidents reported damage to the rear of the vehicle. It is said that the front bumper cover was repainted under current ownership, while it was just a previous ownership that the rear bumper cover was believed to have been repainted.
The sale would come with manufacturer’s literature and two key fobs.
As of writing, the 2014 Porsche Boxster S has a bid of $22,222 with the auction ending on Sunday, August 28. It is also offered at No Reserve.