Evaluation: Original | One-owner car showing 252 miles. One of 1948 Speedsters built on the 991 chassis to commemorate the first year of the 356. The color, which looks spectacular, was an option costing nearly $13,000.
Bottom Line: Essentially a new car except for the fact that, technically, it’s used. The usual laws of depreciation don’t always apply to Porsches, however, and limited-production or special-order models often get more expensive when they roll off the lot, rather than the other way around. The window sticker on this one, for example, reads $304,860.