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Type 64 Sportscar, the 1st Porsche, built during Nazi Germany

Type 64 Sports car, the 1st Porsche, built during Nazi Germany


Germany sports car was created during the Nazi era.   According to CNN, the luxury sports car founder created the first model of the brand during that time period.  At that time, brand creator Ferdinand Porsche did not have a business name, but that does not stop his first car from being valued at $20-million-dollars.

Who’s buying?

Coming Soon The $20MM tag is an estimated value for the prototype sports car. Named the Type 64, it was created in Nazi Germany, before the founder of Porsche sports car founded the official brand name.    Because of this, the ‘Type 64’ is correlated to the brand by looks and knowledge, not a decal. Built in the 1930’s however, it is certainly long beyond requirements to be labeled a classic or vintage sports car.

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The sales price of $20-million dollars has not been fetched yet by the auction house listed to sell the car.  The original sales event was botched by a confusion that happened live on-stage. Even with the auctioning company’s blunder, buyers still bid up to $17-million-dollars.   However, that ‘low ball’ value did not reach the seller’s reserve price, a minimum price to win, for the auction.

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The problem at auction…

The reason the auction was cancelled,  the ‘bidding screen’ behind the auctioneer was not showing the current bid properly.   When the speaker said $13-million, the screen showed $30-million. By the time he reached $17-million-dollars, the screen showed $70-million, receiving no further bids in competition of the price.

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Rear and Interior Views of the Type 64, Original Porsche Sports car by Ferdinand Porsche

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