For rich car enthusiasts, owning a car is nothing special. Porsche collection. To stand out, you have to put together something truly unique and special. That is, something that no one has access to or that no one has ever thought of before. The White Collection is a perfect example of combining different models under the same theme. And now it’s up for sale.
The collection is rigorous and mysterious. Porsche Club of America In 2018, we took a peek behind the curtain. Its location remains undisclosed along with its owner. The theme permeates throughout, with white cars set in white buildings with white walls and white furniture. Inside were some of the finest vehicles ever produced by Porsche, most of them white or a shade close to it. A huge collection will be put up for auction. RM Sotheby’s The press release states that the event was held on December 1st and 2nd at a venue that can only be described as “Porsche’s mecca.”
Hit auction listing, The collection spans a wide range of Porsche history, from early sports cars to modern products. The lot consists of 63 vehicles, 56 of which have Porsche badges. In addition, the collection also includes his two Porsche tractors and various other Porsche memorabilia in mint condition will also be auctioned, totaling over 500 lots.
The highlight of the sale is 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder, comes with the highly desirable Weissach package. This car has been heavily customized through Porsche’s Exclusive Manufaktur program, with more than $96,000 spent on details by him.
According to the seller, the car was specified with very high-end options that would be impractical to offer to other customers, especially in the interior. Finished in Grand Prix White over striking Yachting Blue upholstery. For collectors, this example, with just 12 miles on the odometer, is expected to sell for between $2.5 million and $3 million.
The 1993 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 is another highlight, basically a race car modified for the street. It has a rather unique red interior, with much of the trim being upholstered in white leather. The gauge bezel, air vents, and door locks all had a leather coat, as did the roll bar and fire extinguisher lines. Other race-spec features include an air jack system, a 120-liter fuel cell, and a “Le Mans” race-spec engine. The car has only covered 70 kilometers (43 miles) since new, but while in storage at the White Collection, the engine has been regularly started and driven to operating temperature to keep it in good health.
On the other hand, some cars in the collection are off-white. For example, since 1956, Porsche’s whitest white has been a decidedly yellowish ivory shade. His 1959 Porsche 356A Carrera 1600 in the collection wears this hue well, allowing it to stand out from the rest of the collection. There’s also his 1979 911 Turbo Coupe in sandy band-aid beige, and his 1953 Porsche 356 in an attractive shade of burgundy that’s definitely not white. Fans of more modern Porsche products will be pleased to know that the majority of them are finished in a more attractive shade of pure white.
Other items include old advertising posters, Porsche umbrellas, and nicely designed sleds.There are some nice sets too. Rothmans brand bag It will look great with your Porsche 959 on your next Radwood meet or road trip to Goodwood. If you’re looking for a quirky piece of Porsche memorabilia from the past, this is the perfect place to look.
If you’re looking for a Porsche on a budget, this is probably one auction you won’t want to miss. If you’re looking to buy some of the finest Porsches from the last 70 years or so, or other ultra-rare collector’s pieces, it’s worth taking the time to check out his December White Collection sale.
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