Old Porsches got their legend status because they’re simple, they’re durable, and they’re great driving machines. But now that everyone has figured that out, everyone wants one. And now that everyone wants one, old Porsches have gotten crazy expensive. And now that they’re crazy expensive, people preserve them more…
With all that NBC and Sony money coming in, we wonder: Does Jerry Seinfeld need space the for something even more special in his garage? Either way, if you’re in the market for a Porsche 550 Spyder, a 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster or a 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR, prepare your bank account for a diet.
While she was singing about Mercedeses, Janis Joplin’s Porsche was her coolest car. This thing might just be the greatest art car this side of Andy Warhol’s BMW M1 Le Mans racer, and it’s going for auction in two days, estimated to fetch between $400,000 - $600,000. Have a look at what you’re getting for your money.
It’s called the Porsche 356, and if you still manage to find a beaten up one that’s been neglected for a while, all you need to do is make her run again. The rest will follow according to Petrolucious.
Yes, he even got this incredibly rare, super expensive, one of a kind 1953 Porsche a little sideways. Because it’s Chris Harris, and that’s just what he does.
Light, fast and nimble, yet perfectly engineered and reliable. If you thought Magnus Walker coined the term ‘Outlaw’ Porsche, it’s time to meet the Emory family at Jay Leno’s Garage.
Anyone familiar with 50s-era Southern California customizers knows about the Valley Custom Shop in Burbank. Its founder, Neil Emory, wasn't into the chopped and dropped customs of the time, instead focusing on streamlined rides that came off as a complete reimagining of their humble origins. Over 60 years later, his…
Go behind the scenes with French automotive artist, Stéphane DuFour as he creates a one-of-a-kind resin sculpture of the Benton Performance La Carrera Panamericana racer, a 1962 Porsche 356b, for friend and mechanic John Benton.
Is there anything more subtly perfect than a Silver Porsche 356? It might not possess the visual drama of a Jaguar E-Type or a Ferrari Lusso, but there's something that's just so right about a 356. There isn't a single detail that's out of place.
Ten years ago, Pikes Peak champ and all-around Jalopnik superhero Jeff Zwart purchased a 1953 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe for a film shoot starring the Porsche Cayenne. Then he decided to keep it. Smart move.
Wanna talk old-school Porsches? Forget the 930 Turbo, the first 911 or even the 356. Let's go back even deeper than that to the prototypes built in Gmünd, Austria before the company even moved to Stuttgart.
Snow covered mountain road. Sideways through the corner, flat engine rasping on the way out. This is you drive a Porsche.
After 45 years, 982,000 miles, three engine rebuilds, and a recent theft and subsequent recovery, Guy Newmark's 1964 Porsche 356 continues to fight the good fight. And that's the way it should be.
Great news! Guy Newmark's nearly million-mile 1964 Porsche 356, which was reported stolen this week, has been recovered thanks to the power of the Internet. Huzzah!
If you're gonna make a modern tribute car, you could do a hell of a lot worse than the Porsche 356, the original Porsche. That's why I dig what French manufacturer PGO has done with their Cévennes, an awesome tribute to the classic 356 Speedster.
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
It's a strange feeling when you kind of agree with something that Charles Manson did. It's not a good feeling. But I just learned that Charles Manson's insane "Helter Skelter" global race war fever dream used battalions of VW and Porsche-based dune buggies as key components, and I gotta say, at least in this one…