Auction Block: 1977 Porsche 935 & Transporter

Dec 6, 2015

Category: Rides

After purchasing a vintage car, you typically have to find a way to transport it home. But when purchasing the 1977 Porsche 935 & Transporter, it’s easy to get the automobile home.

As if the race-ready 935 Carrera wasn’t impressive enough, with its 3.2L turbo engine pushing 610 horsepower, the purchase comes with a Magirus Deutz Porsche transporter. The transporter has a lifting capacity of 3,300 pounds. As far as the car itself, it weighs under 2,400 pounds, and it can hit a top speed of 180 mph. It uses a 4-speed transmission with a Billet shifter, Brembo brakes, and BBS racing rims. It also has an adjustable tail. The racecar was driven by Norm Goldrich’s team for several years before being taken off of the track. The car and transporter are currently available at auction, with the bid at $130,000. [Purchase]

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