Porsches as far as the eye can see at Silverstone Auctions’ latest sale

Capitalising on the Porsche pandemonium, Silverstone Auctions has decided to dedicate an entire sale to Stuttgart’s greatest models. For the fans of not only the GT2, 993 Turbo, and 964 Carrera RS, but also the 356 and the 914, a holy grail group of models will be offered on 21 October…

Along with numerous pieces of Porsche paraphernalia, including a 1977 Le Mans Porsche sign, body kits, and posters, Silverstone Auctions will be offering a stunning selection of 58 cars from Stuttgart. Starting with the marque’s first production car, the Silver Blue Metallic 1962 Porsche 356B Super 90 Cabriolet on offer (est. 165,000–185,000 GBP) has not only stunned passers-by on one continent but two, as it spent time in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Moving on to the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Porsche 914-6 was the result of a collaboration with Porsche and Volkswagen, and this example (est. 45,000–55,000) is still resplendent in its believed-to-be-original 1970s factory-applied paintwork. The Porsche 911 Turbo was manufactured from 1975 to 1989, and Silverstone Auctions has examples from both the beginning and end of production, including a Copper Brown Metallic 1976 example that was originally delivered to California (est. 130,000–160,000) and a 1985 example formerly owned by Glenn Tipton, the lead guitarist for Judas Priest (est. 180,000–220,000). You can find the entire catalogue for Silverstone Auctions’ Porsche Sale listed in the Classic Driver Market, as well as our 10 favourites below.

Our top 10 cars from Silverstone Auctions’ Porsche Sale