The Oldest Porsche In the World Is Up for Grabs

You don’t have to be a car lover to understand the worth of the oldest Porsche in the world. This iconic car is estimated to be soon sold for over $20 million. Dubbed as Type 64, the car is a rare collector’s piece with immense value, especially for anyone who’s interested in vehicles.

The Porsche will be displayed at the RM Sotheby’s Monterey auction that will happen from August 15 to August 17. In the period between 1939 and 40, Ferdinand Porsche built three vehicles of this type, but this is the only one left.

“We’ve had the honor of presenting some of the most significant cars in the history of numerous top marques at Monterey, and the Type 64 now stands among them,” says the press statement of Gord Duff from Sotheby’s. “The Type 64 helped define what a sports car is today, and it carries many of traits we’ve seen throughout seven decades of Porsche production and still see in some of the marque’s most sought-after contemporary models.”

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