Here’s the full list of every Porsche Jerry Seinfeld sold and what it sold for at the 2016 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.
Winter has officially shed its dreary coat, the sun’s shining, temperatures are rising and it takes less time to warm up your car. Yup, it’s Concours time. The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance unofficially kicks off the season with both a show and auction held at Amelia Island in Florida.
Although there were numerous pride’s and joys of hundreds of owners being auctioned off, gearheads were fixated on the 18 Porsches from Jerry Seinfeld’s collection.
When asked why he’s auctioning off so many of his Porsche’s Seinfeld replied, “…really just to see the look of excitement on the faces of the next owners who I know will be out of their minds with joy that they are going to get to experience them.”
Here are the official auction results for each Porsche that sold on Friday including what they estimated each would go for.
Sold for $2,310,000/ Estimated at $1,200,000.
With only 15 in existence, this Roger Penske IROC Series race car is as good as it gets.
Sold for $121,000/ Estimated at $35,000
Although there are plenty of VW Beetles roaming around, this one is an older model in near perfect condition. Seinfeld is just the second owner.
Sold for $1,650,000/ Estimated at $1.5M
This was a workhorse real-deal Porsche racecar that saw action in the FIA World Sports-Prototype race series.
Sold for $275,000/ Estimated at $200,000
This one has all-original written all over it. An early 911 always fetches a pretty penny at auction if preserved well.
Sold for $440,000/ Estimated at $300,000
The latest in highly collectible 911 speedsters, this one is finished in Pure Blue. Eye-popping color to say the least.
Sold for $462,000/ Estimated at $300,000
One of Five GT3 Cup 4.0 Brumos Commemorative Editions Built
Sold for $935,000/ Estimated at $1.2M
Final Evolution of the Normally Aspirated, Air-Cooled Racing 911
Sold for $1,540,000/ Estimated at $2M
This is a very early Porsche in exceptionally good condition. Only one of 56 GS/GT Carrera Speedsters built.
Sold for $1,017,500/ Estimated at $1M
One of Only 76 Examples of the Porsche Exclusive-Built 964 Turbo 3.6 S Flachbau
Sold for $3,000,000/ Estimated $5M
This Porsche holds the distinction for being the most powerful road-racing Porsche ever built. This Can- Am racecar weighed just 1,765 pounds but had 1,200 HP. Top speed was 240 MPH and 0-200 MPH came and went in 13.4 seconds!
Sold for $330,000/ Estimated at $350.000
One of Only 71 Jagdwagens Built and as Few as 15 Extant
Sold for $825,000/ Estimated $1.1M
The ultimate evolution of the 356 Carrera
Sold for $2,860,000/ Estimated at $3.8M
One of Only 34 Type 718 RSK Spyders Built
Sold for $363,000/ Estimated at $250,000
Jerry Seinfeld called this example one of the greatest summer cars of all time. With only 3,800 miles on the clock, it’s barely broken in.
Sold for $682,000/ Estimated at $500,000
One of Only 355 Speedsters Originally Finished in Aquamarine Metallic
Sold for $5,335,000/ Estimated at $5M
An Exceptionally Original, Unrestored 550 Spyder
Sold for $99,000/ Estimated at $80,000
One of the Finest Unrestored Split-Screen Campers in Existence
Not sold? $1.5M.
Undriveable and only one of two prototypes in existence.