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We stock the finest vintage cars available anywhere in the world, and personally inspect every car, every time. Years of experience have taught us that a plane ticket is cheaper than a mistake.

After we purchase a car, the fun begins: hours of research on the owner and service history and the model itself. Next, we service the car. To us, service is not an oil change, it’s a comprehensive inspection. If we don’t have any service records – and many of the low mileage cars don’t – we flush all fluids, replace all belts and thoroughly check all systems and wear items.

With regard to restored cars, we only purchase the finest. A new paint job can hide a lot, but a careful inspection and knowledge of the details separate us from the rest of the “experts.” We’re not brokers or consignors. We own all of our inventory. A broker or consignor obviously doesn’t believe strongly enough in the value of the car to make a financial commitment and write the check. Without that level of commitment, how do you know the car is accurately represented? And when you get the car and it wasn’t, who takes responsibility?

Our cars are the top 1% of the market. You can buy a cheaper car, but certainly not a better one.

1972 Porsche 911S (One owner and completely original)

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This is the find of the decade! This original paint, 1972 911S comes from the original owner in California. Complete with the original window sticker and bill of sale and service records just miles from where he originally purchased it new. We have dealt in original, documented cars since our inception, but had never seen

1973 Porsche 911S (Completely serviced and exceptional)

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     We just purchased this 1973 911S from one of our favorite collectors in the Seattle area. As an extremely knowledgeable collector, he knows the details and has a passion for making his Porsches as close to perfect as possible. We looked at this car together some time ago trying to decide what it needed

1972 Porsche 911T Targa (Exceptional driver)

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30 or so years ago, John Fogg (Fogg’s Auto) in Colorado Springs, Colorado was hired to repaint a gold 1972 911T Targa. The owner wanted to have it repainted because the color was “out of fashion.” This 911 had never had any rust or damage, so it was simply a color change from gold to ivory.

2001 BMW E46 GT V8 (Great race history and ready to be tracked)

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2001 BMW E46 M3 GT V8. Car 004 In 2000 PTG (Prototype Technology Group- Tom Milner) in conjunction with BMW North America commissioned six race cars. Four with 6 cylinders and two with M5 S62 V8′s combined with specially developed carbon fiber body work. The V8 cars were specifically built to beat Porsche in the

1972 Porsche 911S Sunroof (Two Owners 54,000 miles)

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    1972 911S Sunroof VIN: 9112300697 Engine #:6321077 Build date: 02/1972 Exterior Color: Special Paint: Silver Metallic (8080 code 925) One repaint in the early 1980′s. Interior: Black leatherette with corduroy seat inserts (all original) Mileage: 52,667 (Documented two owner car from new) special options: 1. Special Paint: Silver Metallic (8080 code 925) 2.

1970 Porsche 911T (Original with 43,434 miles and documented owner history)

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1970 Porsche 911T VIN: 9110102287 Exterior Color: Burgundy (Mostly original-thin spots were re-touched) Interior: Tan (Completely original) In September 1970, a young Lieutenant in the Army,  Orville “Buck” Johnson and his wife Beverly ordered their new 911T from the Canadian PX in Germany. While still stationed there, they drove and enjoyed the car, putting over 5,000

1968 Porsche 911L (Original with 28,411 miles) Porsche Parade Division Winner

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1968 Porsche 911L     VIN: 11805399     Motor: 3281354     Color: Champagne Yellow/Black Leatherette The 1968 model year’s revision of the 911 was known within Porsche as the “A” series. Following the tradition that continues today, the car saw many small improvements over its immediate predecessor; in this case, many of them were designed to comply with safety and

1997 Porsche 911 Factory 3.8 RSR (1 of 30)

1997 Porsche 911 3.8 RSR VIN: WPOZZZ99VS398072 (1 of 30 Factory RSR’s) This goes down as another adventure buying cars. Our friend Chris in sunny southern California had a few Porsches he wanted to sell. For years we had tried to buy one of his Porsches, and every time we made an offer, we fell

1973 Porsche 911T Targa (Original Documented Example) Light Yellow

This rare 1973 911T Targa was special-ordered and delivered to Central Porsche/Audi in Wichita, Kansas. The original owner kept the car for 39 years before selling to its’ 2nd owner and has confirmed the history and details on this special 911.  The exterior light yellow paint is original, and this 911 has covered only 80,435 miles. While