The most original example available? | 1966 Porsche 912 for sale

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Since this 1966 Porsche 912 rolled off the assembly line, it’s only covered 15,423 miles. That’s less than 300 miles a year.

That’s not all, though. The car is almost entirely original: engine, gearbox, exterior paint, interior, chrome and more.

Recent mechanical sorting included rebuilding the carbs, servicing the brakes and replacing all four tires.

Find this 1966 Porsche 912 for sale from Canepa. Price available upon application.

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joeymec New Reader
9/27/22 12:18 p.m.

Always liked the early 912's.  Plenty of pep but not a 911!   Clean lines, elegant look not like the later model 911's.  45+ years ago, I found one  that ran decent for $1100.  I said "Wow!  I could afford that and do all the work myself !"    It needed front fenders.....fenders back then were $600 apiece!  Yikes!

So much for my attempt at getting a 912!  Of course If I did do it and kept it as long as this car has survived in its original condition... it would be worth a good penny today!   Porsche's were never in my wheelhouse....cashwise...

Unfortunately, this car because of its history, cannot be a driver to enjoy regularly... (unless the guy who buys it has unlimited funds!).  Looks like it will have to remain a museum collector piece.   smiley

rdstr New Reader
9/27/22 12:37 p.m.

4 speed or 5 speed?

Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
9/27/22 2:15 p.m.

In reply to rdstr :

Five-speed according to the seller.

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