Rare low-mileage Porsches up for auction

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.

The Porsche 911 (993) Carrera RS

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.

The 1988 Porsche 928 S4 Manual

Silverstone Auctions reckons the Porsche 928 S4 with rare manual gearbox and a mere 10,325 miles from

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Car Insurance for Low-Mileage Users

What you need to know about Car Insurance for Low Mileage

  • Insurance Companies may require your annual odometer reading verification
  • Insurance by the mile bills you monthly insurance payments based on your used mileage
  • It is possible also to receive car insurance discounts without asking from insurance companies that bundle up insurance policies with a specific insurer.
  • The discounts are awarded to loyal customers or accident-free and low mileage drivers over a period.
  • Drivers on an average 5,000 miles annual range may alert an insurance company so as to receive a low-mileage discount.

Do you own a car that barely leaves the garage on most days? Most insurance companies offer a conventional low-mileage discount to drivers who maintain annual mileage under a particular brink, such as 6,000 miles a year. In most states, the discount reduces the insurance rates on a full coverage policy by 2 percent. The premium savings … Read More

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