From air-cooled to water-cooled, street to track, fully-stock to all-out custom, VICCI has a Porsche for everyone.
The past 5 years has seen the Porsche craze reignited with seemingly every collector or car enthusiast trying to get their hands on an air-cooled 911. Whether this has to do with the rising value of the vehicles being used as investment opportunities, wide acceptance of the Porsche Outlaw culture, or a large increase in young (ie: celebrity / influencer) owners plastering their cars all over social media, we just don't know - but we have a feeling it's a nice mix of all three. For us, it's a bit different.
Our passion stems from 30 years of racing, building and customizing Porsche through our partner company, Kelly-Moss Road and Race. We're driven by the mechanical experience one has behind the wheel, the sound the door makes when it shuts - needless to say we know a thing or two about these cars.
For better or worse, Porsche is living in the spotlight with no signs of slowing anytime soon and there is no better time to join the family than now. If you're looking to get into your first Porsche or your fifth, check out our list below. We're sure you'll find something you enjoy and don't forget to check back as we'll update this list as new cars roll in.
Air-cooled Porsches are the most sought after of the bunch with the legendary 911 leading the pack, featuring an air-cooled engine from 1964 all the way to 1998. Of course you have the 356 variants from 1948 to 1965, but another classic that has seen a recent surge of interest is the often forgot about 914 and 914/6 launched in 1970. Each model brings its own charm, quirks and value to every owner. Luckily, we have a couple options on totally different ends of the Porsche spectrum to choose from.
This 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera is a retired H Class Racer and was maintained by Kelly Moss Road and Race throughout its career. In 2012, the car was shipped back to Kelly Moss Road and Race for an eventual restoration into an IROC Tribute car that you see today. The restoration and story behind this car make it a one-of-one Porsche.
If the 911 is a bit out of budget, or you're looking to add another Porsche to the stable, this 914 is a great choice. With a great entry-level price, these air-cooled cars are increasing in value week by week. They are also extremely light, mid-engined and feature a targa top making them a perfect choice for a weekend cruiser. This 914 is all original and shows exceptionally little wear for its age.
As the modern car world changed, more reliable power was demanded and a big increase in global emissions was pushed through legislation, the air-cooled engine of the past simply wasn’t able to keep up with these new demands. So in 1998 the water-cooled era began. Although purists of the time looked on with hate, water cooling allowed an engine redesign which brought more power, improved fuel economy and reduced emissions. While Porsche had played around with water cooling in the past, the Porsche 911 Carrera (996) was the first production water cooled car to hit the market. This opened up a road map to future success for the brand and eventually won over the hearts of fans worldwide...mostly. If you're looking for a more modern Porsche or something you can truly drive daily, the later variants are yours to choose.
For many, the Porsche 911 Carrera is the perfect sports car - a dream car really - and holding the honor as top dog in the 911 lineup is the GT3. The 997 GT3 had a host of updates over the previous generation such as increasing displacement from 3.6 liters to 3.8 giving the latest GT3 435hp, 20 more than the last gen. Another very import change is the body, which not only looks aggressive and sleek, but almost triples the car's aerodynamics providing the driver a lot more grip. A revised suspension, lighter wheels, larger brakes, and the extremely cool and useful PADM. PADM, which stands for Porsche Active Drivetrain Mounts allow you to adjust their stiffness depending on the driving program you are in, giving the driver a more precise feel based on drive conditions. This example is shown in Speed Yellow with just over 26,000 miles.
With a well-balanced chassis and a low curb weight, some say the Boxster is almost as fun as the much higher priced 911. The 3rd Gen brought larger overall dimensions, more chassis stiffness and more use of weight-saving aluminum increasing the cars power to weight ratio. The 6-speed manual, 7-speed PDK automatic and flat-six engines had small tweaks for better performance and efficiency for this model year, and lucky for you, this vehicle has the 6-speed. This 2014 Porsche Boxster Convertible is nearly new in every aspect of the word with under 8,000 miles on the odometer.
Porsche and racing go hand-in-hand since its first Le Mans win in the 1,100cc class in 1951. Porsche has always considered racing a major part of their ongoing vehicle development process and to this day release limited numbers of factory race cars for a variety of campaigns. Case in point, the vehicles featured below, which have all been maintained by our partners at Kelly-Moss Road and Race and are ready for the track nearest you.
This 2018 GT3 Cup has 43.5 hours on the engine and drivetrain. More vehicle history and photos can be found here: GT3 Cup Car
This 997 GT3 Cup has 46 hours on the 3.8L engine and drivetrain, with only 111.3 hours on the car. More vehicle history and photos can be found here: 997 GT3 Cup
Our passion for Porsche spans through the decades and covers all makes and models. If any Porsche above interests you and you want to learn more, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We're excited to see update this page as new vehicles roll in.