This 1968 Porsche 912 was acquired by the seller in 2015 after it was reportedly kept in storage by a friend since the 1980s. Subsequent work included a rebuild of the flat-four utilizing an 86mm big-bore kit, Weber carburetors, and a new exhaust, along with the installation of a 5-speed manual transaxle. The interior was also refreshed with new carpets, a new headliner, and a re-dye of the seating upholstery. Finished in silver over red, this 912 is now offered with recent service records, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and a clean Florida title in the seller's name. This listing is live now, and only for 7 days, so take a look at the current bidding and live discussion here at https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1968-porsche-912-36/
The Pick of the Day is the four-cylinder version of the ‘long-hood’ 911, with the same classic styling and interior
The Porsche 911 market has not quite caught up with the SC models, making them still affordable choices
In 1976, Porsche had a problem: they did not have an entry-level sports car in their lineup. Their solution was one of the more-interesting stop-gap measures ever created.
The Porsche 912 came back to life after a six-year gap for the 1976 model year only
Porsche prices have been on a dramatic rise in recent years, especially for those cars with special performance features, racing history or celebrity provenance.
In 1976, Porsche brought back its four-cylinder 912 model for one year as a less-pricey alternative to the fairly expensive six-cylinder 911.
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Website also lets you ‘sit’ in cockpits formerly occupied by Piquet, Senna and Prost