Porsche

Porsche 911, 912, 993 or 356 for Sale?

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Do you have a classic Porsche 911, Porsche 912, Porsche 993 or Porsche 356 for sale?
We’ll buy your used Porsche. Top dollar paid and ready to buy.
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Vintage Cars USA has over 25 years of experience and is very knowledgable in the field of classic cars including used Porsche and Porsche speedsters. We are premium car buyers and will buy your classic Porsche 911, Porsche 912, Porsche 993 or Porsche 356 today, whether it is a barn-find, project or in nice condition, estate sale or complete private collections.  Be assured, selling your car to us will be a pleasant experience. Don’t wait. Please call now to find out what your used Porsche or Porsche Speedster is worth. The process is quick and easy. Do you have a classic Porsche for sale? We are looking for any classic Porsche from pre-1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973.

If you don’t own a classic Porsche but know of a used Porsche for sale, we are happy to pay a generous finder’s fee upon completion of purchase.

 

 

Brief History of Porsche SE

The company was founded in Germany in 1931 by an Austrian Engineer Ferdinand Porsche and his son-in-law Anton Piech, an Austrian Lawyer. The initial company name was Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche GmbH and they focused on consulting and vehicle development. The new company was commissioned by the German government to design a car “for the people”. This became the first Volkswagen and started the long-standing connection between Porsche and Volkswagen.

There is some debate about which Porsche is the first true Porsche. The Porsche 64 was developed in 1939 using many components from the Beetle. The cars were designed by Porsche Buro using knowledge he acquired from testing sports car designs in a wind tunnel. There were just 3 built out of hand shaped aluminum and the plan was to enter them into the 1939 Berlin-Rome race for publicity.

The Porsche 356 (1948) is also considered by many historians and car enthusiasts to be the first Porsche as it was the first model sold by the company. Again, parts from the Volkswagen Beetle were used including its internal combustion engine, transmission, and suspension. Over time the Volkswagen parts were replaced with Porsche-made parts. Erwin Komenda, a Bettle designer, designed the sleek, modern Porsche 356 design.