Racing Greats Have Piloted This 1967 Porsche 910 And It Is Being Sold By Broad Arrow Auctions

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This Porsche is being sold at the Porsche 75th Anniversary celebration.

Porsche released the 910 model for the 1967 racing season, which was a major upgrade over the 906. This example has been manned by racing legends such as William “Bill” Bradley, John Fitzpatrick, Alan Rollinson, and others into the 1970 racing season. This retired racer can be the highlight of your rare Porsche collection, but the bidding competition will be fierce!

Not many of the 910 Porsche cars were produced, and they were outfitted to be lighter, with a stiffer frame, lightweight fiberglass body with removable roof panel, and better suspension geometry. Racing in the 1960s and 1970s, it would spend the 28 years following in a private collection, where it was restored. It participated in the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Goodwood Revival, and Le Mans Classic. In 2021, it would hit the road in the 2nd annual Piëch to Peak Colorado and 2021 RS Invitational at Road Atlanta.

Broad Arrow Group is thrilled to announce The Porsche 75th Anniversary Auction. The single-marque sale will be held during the celebration of the marque's 75th anniversary at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, Georgia, on 10 June.

Every Porsche anniversary is worth celebrating, but 75 years of manufacturing and motorsport is especially noteworthy. As the auction house for Porsche's 75th Anniversary celebration by Porsche Cars North America in June, Broad Arrow's sale will commemorate the milestones and feature a curated selection of 75 of the most desirable classic and collectible Porsche motor cars in today's market.

If you are interested in consigning your important Porsche to this world-class event, please contact a Broad Arrow car specialist.

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