At one time Porsche's 911 went one rung up the numerical ladder to 912, while that car's cylinder count concurrently dropped from 6 to 4. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Porsche is said to the a former 911, but owing to its four-banger, it's now a 912. Will you find its price to be also be a numerical conundrum?
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Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. We haven't seen any 1960s Porsche 911s, but here's another Alameda 912.
The Pebble Beach Concours is always a spectacle of the well-heeled celebrating the well-known in the fancy-pants car show circuit. To go along with the car show wine is the cheese, also known as the Monterey Auctions, put on every year by the house of RM Auctions. There are always hit lists of the most desirable and…
It's been way too long since the last DOTS Porsche 912, and I must admit I'd been sitting on these photos until I could find some clue to tell me the year of the car... which has proved to be beyond my abilities. Those damn Germans and their reluctance to make yearly design changes for the sake of change! The…
Is the 912 a real Porsche? That is, do driving-glove-equipped dentists drive it? Sure, it looks like a 911, but that little four-banger in back won't exactly make you feel like a Prussian officer brandishing his riding crop at his cringing inferiors. And, really, isn't that what it's all about?