1939 Porsche Type 64 Berlin-Rome: The Oldest Porsche To Be Sold

The oldest Porsche in the world and last surviving 1939 Porsche Type 64 Berlin-Rome will be sold by Sotheby’s during the RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale.

There are a few car brands that not only has ‘held their brand’s value’ over the decades but has helped shape and change the automotive industry. Nobody can deny that Porsche is listed among these.

A brand that is almost as old as the popularisation of the private car itself, this iconic manufacturer has helped shaped what we drive and how we drive it.

Each year the RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale offers some of the world’s most exceptional cars but this year they are offering something truly special and very unique.

Taking place between 15 and 17 August, the sale is set to offer the oldest Porsche-badged car.

In recent years RM Sotheby’s has auctioned off some of the world’s most important Porsches. But this lot overshadows all of these due to its value and significance.

It is so old that this Type 64 predates the first production of the 356 – the first production Porsche.

But what makes this car truly iconic is the fact that it was the personal car of Ferdinand and Ferry Porsche. With such a special item on offer, this sale will most certainly be one to watch… with a price tag to match!

Emilio Beneventi

Lifestyle Editor

Emilio Beneventi is a veteran journalist that is currently serving as the Lifestyle Editor at Salon Prive Magazine. He and his team cover the latest news about all thing luxury from the latest yachts to the best vacation spots.

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