Vintage Porsche Values Continue to Rise


The values on vintage Porsche autos continue to increase in the last few years for a few key reasons. The 911 has been one of the most attractive collector cars for many different classes of car investors and collectors. You can find high-end models for huge price tags but also still reach a modest sum for something needing a little work.

The attractiveness is broad-based and hits on so many different levels of social and economic status. The strong brand and fascinating engineering through the years are a vital reason Porsche is so desirable. It has made Porsche one of the most sought after and recognizable vintage cars for collectors.

David Gooding, who founded auction house Gooding & Company, has a few keys for Porsche collectors when asked if the market for Porsche will cool off any time soon. “Not for the exceptional, special cars, cars with the right specification, right model, great condition, and special features are certainly going to be in demand. At an uptrending market, where everything’s hot, and everything sells, all things go with it.” Gooding was quoted in a Road and Track interview recently.

Gooding added, “There’s demand for great cars if they’re special and unique. But if you have a 911 that’s been hit three times, and has had some rough history and its restoration isn’t beautiful, or it’s got a story, those cars are hard to move. And that’s okay.” Vintage Porsche values continue to rise for the time being. If the car has a great story and high quality, it’s currently in strong demand.

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1960 Porsche 356B
1960 Porsche 356B

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1964 Porsche 901

Vintage Porsche Values Continue to Rise
1970 Porsche 911S Coupe

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1974 Porsche 911 Carrea

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1977 Porsche 911 Turbo Carrera Coupe