More than 200 Porsches that belong to a UK-based collector are to be auctioned by ACA starting with the firm’s 24 August sale.
The stash has been built up over a 10-year period and includes 50 early 911s, 39 912s and about 40 356s. Many more cars are still in transit from storage in the US.
Stuttgart machines set to go under the hammer next month include a 1972 911E, 912 and a 1958 356A. Many of the cars are in ‘project’ condition.
Rob George of ACA said: “The owner is thinning out his collection and we’ll spread the Porsches out over our forthcoming sales.”
The same hoard also includes two Range Rovers – apparently another weakness of the mystery seller – plus two pick-ups in the form of a 1960 Peugeot 403 and a 1970 Austin J4. The Peugeot would make a perfect support vehicle for the Goodwood Revival.
Keep an eye on the auction house’s website for more information.