Description: Gooding and Co.'s latest auction at Amelia Island in Florida saw plenty of Porsches sold off for big money. The big story of the weekend was the sale of a 1955 Porsche 550/1500 Spyder. The go...
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Description: A 1973 Porsche 917/30 Can-Am Spyder was sold for an incredible $4.4 million. The auction house says of their latest sale that eleven auction records were broken during the duration of the event fo...
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KeX Lim Mar 13, 2012
Given that the 917 is a Porsche, isn't it blindingly obvious that it has to be the most expensive 917 ever if it's the most expensive Porsche ever?
Jake Knickmeyer Mar 11, 2012
The can am spyder is also the name of a 3 wheeler...wonder if they picked that name because of the Porsche..
Josh Andrews Mar 11, 2012
Some people have more money then brains
Tom Brewer Mar 11, 2012
Wow the 917/30 is a amazing machine! It still holds the record for being the most powerful circuit race car in history boasting a 1500hp power plant in qualifying form.
Paul Lissona Mar 11, 2012
Yah old porches should always be silver.
Justin Routh Mar 11, 2012
I like it but not for 3.6 million
James E Caldwell Mar 11, 2012
@ Daniel, these cars have swing axel suspension, the camber is determined by the ride height. With its torsion spring trailing arms it can be hard to adjust. Hopefully the weight of the driver will fix it.
Daniel Mcfarlan Riedmuller Mar 11, 2012
That left rear wheel looks to have some crazy positive camber. Maybe it's just the camera angle
JGL Scuderia Mar 12, 2012
the exhaust?!?!?!?!?!
Sam Oglesby Mar 11, 2012
There's a bit of scaffold pipe hanging out the back
Nick Schnee Mar 11, 2012
That exhaust looks just... Wrong.
Rami Wilson Mar 11, 2012
Form follows function.
Richard Mitchell Mar 14, 2012
No, that's the cooling fan
Anders Schrøder Mar 12, 2012
Is that a gas turbine?
John Serely Mar 11, 2012
I would love to be driving that right now...
JGL Scuderia Mar 12, 2012
looks good, not great, only good
Paul Lissona Mar 11, 2012
Yah I've seen one in Rancho Bernardo too.
Scott Loraas Mar 11, 2012
Chances are, you saw one of the many fiberglass replicas.
Michael Lopez Mar 11, 2012
I think I seen one of these being drivin in Carmel yesterday