Part of Porsche Salzburg (Austrian Porsche Konstruktionen) in 1970. In 1971, 917-019 raced as a member of the Martini Racing Team, the new name Louise Piëch (daughter of Ferdinand and sister of Ferry Porsche) gave her organization following sponsorship from Martini & Rossi. (Photo by Peter Harholdt for Revs Institute)
1100 hp Twin Turbo Flat 12. Raced by Peter Gregg 1972 and Hurley Haywood 1973 & '74.
The Brumos Porsche 917-10 was the first race car to carry what has now become the iconic and recognizable white, red and blue livery with the famous Brumos “sweeps”.
Winner 1000 Kilometers of Nurburgring - 1968
Only steel bodied example built. Originally owned and raced by Hubert Brundage.
Raced at Brooklands in 1930's setting a record for High Speed Trials.
Only 2 owners from new.
Body by Bowman & Schwartz. Engine 420 cu. in. Straight 8 with Dual Overhead Cams
4 Valves per Cylinder
One of four produced. Previously in JB Nethercutt and Bill Harrah collections.
Gurney Nutting body. Originally owned by "Bentley Boy" Woolf Barnato, winner of the 24 Hours of LeMans three consecutive years in a Bentley.
Extensive period racing history
13th 300SL Roadster Built
Supercharged 39 Years Owned
Two times 24 Hours of Le Mans. 1958 (10th overall) and 1959 (DNF). Racing history also includes Nurburgring, Targa Florio, and Carrera Panamericana.
Extraordinarily original including body, frame, engine, and transmission.
Original Alloy Bodied Racing Special
Original Fuel Injected Survivor---- Original Owner (50 Years)
Mk 1 BN7 Total Restoration 2014