Four incredibly rare low-mileage classic Porsches are all going under the hammer at the same auction next month.
Rarest of the quartet is a 1974 911 Carrera 2.7 Targa. Painted in an unusual and eye-catching magenta colour called Karminrot 909, only two were sold in this particular shade.
The Targa was restored in the 1990s and has won many awards. It’s expected this desirable open-top will fetch more than £100,000.
Another 911 in this sale is a Speed Yellow Carrera RS that’s covered only 34,267 miles from new in 1996.
Still with its original engine and the Clubsport Aero kit fitted by the factory, this racer for the road should sell for more than £300,000.
Silverstone Auctions reckons the Porsche 928 S4 with rare manual gearbox and a mere 10,325 miles from new in 1988 could make more than £50,000.
Last of the low miles classic Porsches is a 1989 911 Carrera SSE Targa, which has only had one owner. Only 651 were sold in the UK and this one could reach £75,000.
Harry Whale, of Silverstone Auctions, said: “These are once in a lifetime opportunities to own a like-new classic Porsche that you can enjoy driving right now.”