The 2023 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction just wrapped up and among the 1,907 vehicles sold (totaling more than $184.2 million in sales) were numerous offerings by Porsche. A 2005 Carrera GT was the top selling Porsche at the auction with a $1,595,000 hammer price. The Carrera GT was the second most expensive car at the 2023 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, trailing only a 1989 Ferrari F40 that sold for $2,750,000, and is proper example to lead the Top 10 Porsche sales from the recent auction.
Top 10 Porsche sales at the 2023 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction
|LOT #||VEHICLE||SOLD PRICE|
|1405||2005 PORSCHE CARRERA GT||$1,595,000|
|1393||1997 PORSCHE 993 TURBO S||$605,000|
|1406||2018 PORSCHE 911 GT2 RS||$577,500|
|1392||2018 PORSCHE 911 GT2 RS||$445,500|
|1394||2016 PORSCHE 911R||$445,500|
|1314.1||1996 PORSCHE 911 TURBO||$304,700|
|1363.1||1994 PORSCHE 911 TURBO 3.6 COUPE||$286,000|
|1363.2||1996 PORSCHE 911 TURBO||$269,500|
|1430.1||2016 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RS||$264,000|
|1088||1968 PORSCHE 911T CUSTOM COUPE||$220,000|
No Porsche is worth concourse money. You take the car to Pebble Beach and its rejected. Its not worth it but tell these collector’s spinning these heaps that. You can’t. A Porsche is not a Ferrari, never has been never will. Plus they are death-mobiles with way too much power to the rear end based on weight differential. In other words you die in the crate. Buy a cheap Boxster and shut up.
You know, John, they make Colace for that. And your misunderstanding of Porsche driving dynamics just shouts that you’ve never driven one. Enjoy your rusty Mustang, ‘k?