Oldest surviving Porsche auctioned at Monterey's 2019 Autoweek
A 1933 Porsche Type 64 commissioned by the German Nazi government was showcased to be put up for auction as part of Monterey's 2019 Autoweek in Pebble Beach.RM Sotheby's COO, Alain Squindo, said "We expect a catalogue estimate in excess of $20 mil...
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