1969 Porsche 912

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1969 Porsche 912. Our car is finished in Bahama Yellow over black leatherette and is powered by a replacement 1.6-liter flat-four paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. Equipment includes 15″ Fuchs wheels, fog lights, four-wheel disc brakes, a heater, and an Alpine CD player. Service in 2022 included refinishing the engine tins and suspension parts, installing Koni shocks, turning the brake rotors, and replacing the suspension bearings and brake lines.

Our 912 is finished in Bahama Yellow and features chrome-accented front and rear bumpers with overriders, a left side mirror, fog lights, and chrome window trim. Service in 2018 included repairing rust in the windshield pocket, quarter window sills, rocker panels, and the lower portions of the fenders, doors, and quarter panels. The windshield and rear window were also replaced along with the window seals and body seals.

Forged 15″ Fuchs wheels are mounted with 195/65 Goodyear Eagle Sport tires that show 2017 date codes. Braking is from four-wheel discs. Recent service also included turning the rotors, installing Koni shocks, and replacing the suspension bearings and brake lines.

The interior features replacement front bucket seats trimmed in black vinyl along with matching door panels and gray carpets. The interior also includes three-point front seatbelts, an Alpine CD player, and aftermarket speakers.

The four-spoke steering wheel frames a 7k-rpm tachometer, a 120-mph speedometer, a clock, and gauges for fuel level, oil level, oil temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer shows 98k miles. True mileage is unknown.

The 1.6-liter flat-four was replaced during previous ownership and is equipped with dual downdraft carburetors, K&N air cleaners, an MSD ignition, and a Bursch exhaust system. The clutch assembly and flywheel were replaced in December 2018, and the generator was replaced in April 2020.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Type 902 five-speed transaxle. The front pan was replaced under previous ownership, and the transmission mount was replaced in 2018. Service in August 2020 included removing the engine, transmission, and suspension, cleaning the underside, repairing rust, and refinishing the engine tins and suspension components.

Major service was completed in November 2022 by Gaswerks Garage in Paramus NJ. This service included compression and leak down tests, checking the exhaust system, 4 tires were replaced, suspension service, full engine-out service, with all hoses, clamps and finishings replaced. All service records are included. Contact Gaswerks Garage for more information.

1968 Porsche 912

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our beautiful Sand Beige 1968 Porsche 912.

1968 Porsche 912 Swedish Rally Coupe

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1968 Porsche 912 Competition Rally Coupe with Coachwork by Karmann. Put into production in July 1964, the 911 presaged the end of 356-production. It was July 1965 before the 911 made it to the US, and customers immediately noticed the differences from its predecessor. In addition to being more modern and more powerful, it was also more expensive: nearly $2,000 more than the comparable 356 model. In Europe, too, this was a problem. Thus, by April 1965 a “transitional model” entered production. Essentially a 911 with a 356-type flat four, the new car, designated “912,” was not only less expensive, selling at near-356 prices, but enjoyed more even weight distribution and better economy. The combination of the four-cylinder engine and the slipperier 911 design was capable of achieving 30 mpg. More than 30,000 were eventually built.

The Porsche 912, like the Cayenne decades later, is frequently credited with having saved the German automaker during a period of financial uncertainty, as the then-new and much costlier six-cylinder 911 was viewed with some skepticism by marque loyalists. In the half-century since its introduction, however, the four-cylinder 912 has won an appreciative and loyal audience. The early (1966-1969) 912s handily outsold their 911 siblings; 28,333 four-cylinder coupes were produced, along with just 2562 Targas, and the retail price was a major factor.

Porsche never raced the 912, however there were a number of privateers who saw potential in the platform and had great success in professional rally racing. Thanks to its design, the 912 was a great platform for long-distance duty in extreme weather and road conditions. One of the more well know examples of 912s in rally history was when Sobieslaw Zasada of Poland won the European Rally Championship for series touring cars in his privateer 912. In fact, that year, Zasada’s 912 went on to achieve more points than Porsches factory 911S.

This particular 912 is a genuine, period correct competition car that was raced from new in European rally events. The car is accompanied by a tremendous history file documenting its early competition life. There is an album of incredible images showing Albin Griberg and Lennart Svensk driving the the 912 in the 1968 KAK Sweden Rallye. In addition to the historical competition images, the file includes copies of its early Swedish registration documents, COA, and a 1968 Bil Sport magazine which features the car in one of its articles. Years after its competition life, the car was found in Sweden and imported to the US. Once stateside, the rally car was sent to the experts at Klub Sport Racing, where it was completely restored to its original rally configuration specification. Tremendous effort was put into the restoration to insure its correctness. No detail was overlooked, including the Halda rally equipment, German studded snow tires, rally lighting, skid plate, European heating system and lights, and the perfectly duplicated period livery. Thanks to the rebuilt mechanical and suspension, the car is ready to provide a real thrill for those brave enough to recreate its 1968 experiences. In 2020, the car was displayed at the Amelia Island Werks Reunion where it took home a first in class award and was invited to remain on the field during the Concours d’Elegance which took place the following day. The sale of this 912 presents an incredible opportunity to acquire a documented, genuine period correct competition car that has earned the right to wear its numbers and livery proudly. This may very well be the coolest 912 in existence!

  • 1,582cc OHV Air-Cooled Flat 4-Cylinder Engine
  • Duak Carburetors
  • 102bhp at 5,800rpm
  • 5-Speed Manual Transmission
  • Independent Front and Rear Suspension
  • 4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Genuine, period correct rally competition car
  • Extensive history file documenting competition use
  • Stunning Klub Sport Racing restoration
  • 2020 Amelia Island Werks Reunion 1st in class winner

1967 Porsche 912 Coupe

The Porsche 912 is considered the “baby brother” of the 911. Produced from 1965 to 1969, the 912 is powered by a 4-cylinder air cooled engine, producing 90HP. The 912 was based off of the famous 356, it was known as the entry-level 911.

This recently restored and very original 1967 Porsche 912 in Polo Red is the Porsche that you have been waiting for. A west coast car for its whole life, the car lived with it’s original owner in Nevada until 2006. Powered by a healthy and recently serviced 1600cc engine, This 912 runs and drives absolutely beautifully. The car has been fully sorted from top to bottom by our team of Porsche Experts here at Gaswerks. To add to the fun, the car has been lowered and all new suspension bushings have been installed. 15 inch steel wheels have been mounted as well to give the car excellent handling in the twisties and a comfortable, yet sporty ride. The steel wheels also give the car a period correct rally look which is complemented by the recently installed decals.

Step inside and you will see a new headliner and the original 912 steering wheel. The interior has no rips, stains or blemishes and looks just as amazing as the exterior. The dash pads and gauges are in excellent condition with no cracks or tears and has the original owner’s manual. Everything on the car functions as it should. Gaspare noted that the car has an amazingly clean body, the under panels are straight, the rails are clean and that most of the spots that have fallen the test of time are all still in tack, for example the jack points at the rear of the car and the front suspension area all still have the factory coating on it. A sign of a dry, clean western car. Things to note are that The car has a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and the engine and transmission are matching numbers to what is in the car. The car also the original Bosch distributor, Fuchs alloy wheels with the sought after “heart cutout” on the valve stem spoke, all the gauges are original.

Act quickly as this beautiful 912 won’t last long. Air cooled Porsches in this original condition are getting harder to find!