Porsche race car has been preserved since its final race in 1967

Classic automobiles aren’t just commodities, investments, or playthings—sometimes they’re history. Among automakers, perhaps Porsche knows it best and their new approach to historically important cars epitomizes that logic: preservation over restoration. This example is a 1967 910/8 Bergspyder. After its last race the same year, the race car was loaded onto a carrier, archived, and settled away within Porsche. Since then, it’s never been started, and only moved a handful of times for relocation. Like any other piece of art, Porsche believes some cars deserve preservation. The intention is never…

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