Auction Previews and Results : March 2018

by | Mar,2018

Auction Previews and Results

Compiled and written by Randy Leffingwell

 

Auctioneers around the Western Hemisphere continue to renew their faith in Porsche cars as a viable element for their auction catalogs. This list, comprising three auctions at Amelia Island, Florida, in early March, and three auctions in Paris, France, in early February, list 106 automobiles offered for sale at auction in the past 45 days, 73 at Amelia coming up, and 33 in Paris.

 

Each of the houses seems to have scored a major collector who decided the time has come to clean house, or at least to trim their collections.

 

 

Amelia Island Auctions Previews:


Bonhams

The Amelia Island Auction

Thursday, 8 March 2018
12:00PM EST

 

Fernandina Beach Golf Club

3990 Amelia Island Parkway

Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

 

Lot 110 – 1965 Porsche Typ 911Estimate: $180,000-240,000

Lot 113 – 1957 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 SpeedsterEstimate: $450,000-550,000

Lot 131 – 1970 Porsche Typ 911S 2.2 coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $175,000-225,000

Lot 140 – 1992 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo 3.3  – Estimate: $275,000-325,000

Lot 144 – 1961 Porsche Typ 108 Junior Tractor – Without reserve – Estimate: $45,000-65,000

Lot 145 – 1988 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera 3.2 Targa “Rijkspolitie” Dutch police car – Without reserve – Estimate: $100,000-130,000

Lot 146 – 1959 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 Carrera GS coupeEstimate: $650,000-750,000

Lot 148 – 1970 Porsche Typ 911T “Club Racer” (bodywork by Karmann) – Without reserve – Estimate: $50,000-70,000

Lot 149 – 1975 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $60,000-80,000

Lot 150 – 1958 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $80,000-100,000

Lot 176 – 1964 Porsche Typ 356C “Outlaw” coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $100,000-150,000

Lot 183 – 1996 Porsche Typ 993 GT2Estimate: $1,100,000-1,300,000

Lot 189 – 1989 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera 3.2 Targa M491 – Without reserve – Estimate: $115,000-165,000

Lot 195 – 1995 Porsche Typ 993 Carrera RS 3.8Estimate $350,000-450,000

Lot 196 – 1986 1/2 Porsche Typ 928S – Without reserve – Estimate: $40,000-50,000

Lot 198 – 1973 Porsche Typ 911E coupeEstimate: $130,000-150,000

 


David Gooding & Company

The Amelia Island Auction

Friday, 9 March 2018
11:00AM, EST

 

Racquet Park, Omni Amelia Island Plantation

6800 First Coast Highway

Amelia Island, FL 32034

 

Lot 003 – 1953 Porsche Typ 356 1500 Super Coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $70,000-90,000

Lot 007 – 1986 Porsche Typ 944 – Without reserve – Estimate: $35,000-45,000

Lot 008 – 1997 Porsche Typ 993 Turbo SEstimate: $300,000-375,000

Lot 010 – 2014 Porsche Typ 911 50th Anniversary Edition – Without reserve – Estimate: $175,000-200,000

Lot 013 – 2011 Porsche Typ 997 GT2 RSEstimate: $500,000-600,000

Lot 022 – 1974 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo (last of four assembled; 2nd overall in 24 Hours of Le Mans 1974) – Estimate: $6,000,000-8,000,000

Lot 027 – 1969 Porsche Typ 911S 2.0 – Without reserve – Estimate: $150,000-200,000

Lot 030 – 1960 Porsche Typ 356B 1600 Carrera GS/GTEstimate: $1,200,000-1,500,000

Lot 032 – 1966 Porsche Typ 911Estimate: $275,000-350,000

Lot 033 – 1957 Porsche Typ 356A SpeedsterEstimate: $550,000-675,000

Lot 034 – 1967 Porsche Typ 911S 2.0 RallyeEstimate: $250,000-300,000

Lot 038 – 1990 Porsche Typ 962CEstimate: $1,500,000-2,000,000

Lot 040 – 1973 Porsche Typ 911RS 2.7 Carrera TouringEstimate: Not published

Lot 041 – 1974 Porsche Typ 914 2.0 – Without reserve – Estimate: $60,000-80,000

Lot 044 – 2015 Porsche Typ 918 SpyderEstimate: $1,400,000-1,700,000

Lot 046 – 1982 Porsche Typ 928 – Without reserve – Estimate: $25,000-35,000

Lot 048 – 1959 Porsche Typ 356A Cabriolet (with 2 hardtops) – Without reserve – Estimate: $175,000-225,000

Lot 050 – 1977 Porsche Typ 930 – Without reserve – Estimate: $160,000-200,000

Lot 053 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo S LeichtbauEstimate: $1,600,000-2,000,000

Lot 054 – 1996 Porsche Typ 993 Carrera RS 3.8Estimate: $600,000-700,000

Lot 055 – 1996 Porsche Typ 993 GT2Estimate: $1,500,000-1,800,000

Lot 060 – 1988 Porsche Typ 930 coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $130,000-160,000

Lot 064 – 1973 Porsche Typ 911E Targa 2.4 – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 066 – 1957 Porsche Typ 356A 1500 Carrera GSEstimate: $600,000-700,000

Lot 068 – 1976 Porsche Typ 934Estimate: $1,200,000-1,600,000

Lot 071 – 1960 Porsche Typ 356B Cabriolet – Without reserve – Estimate: $150,000-200,000

Lot 072 – 1969 Porsche Typ 911S 2.0  – Without reserve – Estimate: $160,000-180,000

Lot 073 – 1987 Porsche Typ 959 Komfort – Without reserve – Estimate: $900,000-1,200,000

Lot 074 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo 3.6 – Without reserve – Estimate: $225,000-275,000

Lot 075 – 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Speedster – Without reserve – Estimate: $250,000-325,000

Lot 076 – 1997 Porsche Typ 993 Turbo S – Without reserve – Estimate: $325,000-375,000

Lot 077 – 1972 Porsche Typ 911S 2.4 – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 078 – 2016 Porsche Typ 991 GT3 RS – Without reserve – Estimate: $175,000-250,000

Lot 079 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera 4 Targa – Without reserve – Estimate: $75,000-100,000

Lot 080 – 1965 Porsche Typ 356C Cabriolet – Without reserve – Estimate: $170,000-200,000

Lot 081 – 2005 Porsche Typ 980 Carrera GT – Without reserve – Estimate: $800,000-1,000,000

Lot 082 – 1996 Porsche Typ 993 Turbo – Without reserve – Estimate: $150,000-180,000

Lot 088 – 1964 Porsche Typ 356 SC coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $100,000-125,000

 


RM Sotheby’s

The Official Auction of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

Saturday, 10 March 2018
10:30AM EST

 

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel

4750 Amelia Island Parkway

Amelia Island, FL 32034

 

Lot 105 – 2019 Rolex 24 AT Daytona with Hurley Haywood (proceeds benefit Spina Bifida of Jacksonville) – Without reserve – Estimate: $20,000-30,000

Lot 112 – 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 ClubsportEstimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 128 – 1967 Porsche Typ 911SEstimate: $250,000-300,000

Lot 132 – 1989 Porsche Typ 930 Turbo Targa – Without reserve – Estimate: $150,000-200,000

Lot 135 – 1967 Porsche Typ 911 Targa (soft-window) – Without reserve – Estimate: $100,000-120,000

Lot 138 – 2011 Porsche Typ 997 Speedster – Without reserve – Estimate: $250,000-300,000

Lot 165 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera RS America – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 166 – 1991 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo 3.3 – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 167 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera RS 3.8Estimate: $1,250,000-1,500,000

Lot 168 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo S X85 “Flachbau”Estimate: $600,000-800,000

Lot 169 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Speedster – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 170 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo S LeichtbauEstimate: $1,000,000-1,200,000

Lot 171 – 1989 Porsche Typ 930 Turbo “Flat nose” coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 172 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo S X83 Flachbau Estimate $500,000-650,000

Lot 173 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo 3.6 – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 174 – 1992 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera RS – Without reserve – Estimate: $200,000-250,000

Lot 175 – 1991 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera CupEstimate: $250,000-325,000

Lot 176 – 1993 Porsche Typ 964 Carrera RSR 3.8 Estimate: $1,200,000-1,400,000

Lot 181 – 1959 Porsche Typ 356A coupe – Without reserve – Estimate: $100,000-140,000

Lot 198 – 1969 Porsche Typ 912 – Without reserve – Estimate $80,000-100,000

 


 

Auction Results Paris/Retromobile

 

Bonhams

Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais
The Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris

 

8 February 2018

 

Lot 355 – 1961 Porsche Typ 356B 1600 coupeSold for $97,608

Lot 359 – 1965 Porsche Typ 911Sold for $202,289

Lot 371 – 1956 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 SpeedsterSold for $417,311

Lot 377 – 1957 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 SpeedsterSold for $360,726

Lot 384 – 1964 Porsche Typ 356 SC 1600 CabrioletSold for $162,680

Lot 385 – 1967 Porsche Typ 911SSold for $176,826

Lot 386 – 1968 Porsche Typ 911SSold for $120,242

Lot 387 – 1973 Porsche Typ 911S Targa 2.4Sold for $179,389

 


RM Sotheby’s

Paris
Place Vauban
75007 Paris

 

7 February 2018

 

Lot 108 – 1989 RUF CTR ClubsportSold for $381,007

Lot 113 – 1971 Porsche Typ 911S 2.2Sold for $103,059

Lot 114 – 1965 Porsche Typ 356C 1600 CabrioletSold for $158,649

Lot 118 – 2005 Porsche 911 GT3 RSRSold for $212,365

Lot 131 – 1970 Porsche Typ 914/6GTSold for $262,333

Lot 133 – 1966 Porsche Typ 911Sold for $99,936

Lot 137 – 1995 Porsche Typ 993 Turbo CabrioletSold for $749,522

Lot 147 – 1977 Porsche Typ 930 TurboSold for $156,150

Lot 153 – 2002 Porsche Typ 996 GT2 – Estimate: $110,224-165,356 – Did not sell at $99,936

Lot 154 – 2008 Porsche Typ 997 GT2 ClubsportSold for $178,012

Lot 155 – 1994 Porsche Typ 964 Turbo 3.6Sold for $299,809

Lot 156 – 1989 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera 3.2 SpeedsterSold for $318,547

Lot 157 – 1975 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI “Jubiläum” – Estimate: $275,559-385,784 – Did not sell at $274,825

Lot 168 – 1998 Porsche Typ 993 Carrera S CabrioletSold for $293,563

 


 

Artcurial Motorcars

Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
2 Place de la Porte de Versailles
75015 Paris

 

9 February 2018

14:00 CET

 

Lot 035 – 1964 Porsche Typ 904 GTS Sold for $2,285,792

Lot 036 – 1963 Porsche Typ 356B Carrera 2 GT coupeDid not sell at $774,506

Lot 037 – 1959 Porsche Typ 356A 1600 Carrera GS cabrioletDid not sell at $649,586

Lot 038 – 1973 Porsche Typ 911 RS Carrera 2.7 TouringSold for $562,142

Lot 040 – 1989 Porsche Typ 930 Turbo Cabriolet Sold for $168,642

Lot 041 – 1989 Porsche Typ 911 Carrera 3.2 SpeedsterDid not sell at $174,889

Lot 080 – 1970 Porsche Typ 911T TargaSold for $93,690

Lot 097 – 1954 Porsche Typ 356 1500 coupeDid not sell at $199,873

Lot 105 – 1951 Porsche Typ 356 1300Sold for $1,090,680

Lot 111 – 1972 Porsche Typ 911S TargaSold for $168,642

Lot 121 – 1997 Ruf-CTR-2Sold for $701,069

 

 

 

Issue: March 2018

Editors Note: March 2018

I hope that by the time you see this March issue, a number of you who came to Los Angeles for the annual literature and swap meet – or Trash & Trinkets as a good friend calls it – you also will recognize the structure shown at the top of the page in this photo Randy Wells made on opening night. This is the Petersen Automotive Museum and it is home to The Porsche Effect. You’ll read about this exhibition inside this issue.

Hero 912

When Porsche’s all-new 911 came on the scene, it was not just a replacement for the 356. It was a whole new car. The 911 was larger, more comfortable, more powerful, and way more money. At $5,500 it was a whopping $1,500 jump over a 356SC. Many 356 owners were not ready to take that jump. How was Porsche going to keep its customers happy until they wrapped their minds around the price on a new 911?

THE PORSCHE EFFECT: After 70 Years, It’s Still Going Strong

Whether you live in L.A. or are contemplating a visit, there’s a special exhibit there that’s not to be missed. “The Porsche Effect” at the Petersen Automotive Museum along the city’s Miracle Mile will knock your socks off. Back in 2016, Petersen Vice Chairman Bruce Meyer suggested a comprehensive Porsche show to Wolfgang Porsche, the son of Ferry Porsche.

Auction Previews and Results : March 2018

Auctioneers around the Western Hemisphere continue to renew their faith in Porsche cars as a viable element for their auction catalogs. This list, comprising three auctions at Amelia Island, Florida, in early March, and three auctions in Paris, France, in early February, list 106 automobiles offered for sale at auction in the past 45 days, 73 at Amelia coming up, and 33 in Paris.