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7/20/18 5:36 p.m.

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Photography Credit: Patrick Ernzen, Courtesy RM Sotheby's

For years the Porsche 964 has been mostly ignored. It was too new to be a classic, collectors reasoned, and it lacked the status of the 993, the last of the air-cooled 911s. One enthusiast, however, saw the appeal and started amassing a fleet of these 1989-’94 Porsche 911s-specifically the limited-production, special-edition models. Experts now consider this collection to be the most complete and prestigious of its kind ever assembled. Many of these were paint-to-sample cars, often in yellow, with low mileage across the board. Some had barely been driven over the decades. All looked to be stunning-perfect specimens, in fact.

RM Sotheby’s sent the collection across the block during its recent Amelia Island sale. Hammer prices for each of these cars reached at least the six-figure mark, with a few topping a million dollars.

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Flyman615 New Reader
7/20/18 8:53 p.m.

These cars look great in yellow!

Scott Zieske


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