Jerry Seinfeld’s Expensive Porsche Collection

Jerry Seinfeld is a stand up comedian, known for his TV series Seinfeld. He is also known for his passion in collecting cars, but he has a special spot in his heart for collecting Porsches. Over the years he has become a serious collector, his collection consist of many very expensive and rare Porsche. In 2016, Seinfeld put up a small part of his collection to be auctioned. Gooding & Company auctioned and sold the world’s most valuable Porsche collections ever seen.

  • 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder, an exceptionally bright cobalt blue, unrestored in original condition, a true classic with its streamline and soft curves. A beautiful car sold for $5,335,000.
  • A canary yellow 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR. The beginnings of the 911 were for sports racing. This car is the only one of its kind built for Roger Penske. It has had a unbroken history of owners. The car is worth $2,310,000
  • 1990 Porsche 962C is a high performance sports race car, it looks like a car from the future belonging to a space station. Stunning design body is streamline low with angles, Titanum white and jet black spoiler. It was Porsche Factory Support Campaign in 1990 for the FIA World Sports-Portotype and Interserie championships in 1991. Sold at the auction for $1,650,000.

Only 34 of this design was made a 1959 Prosche 718 RSK Spyder, a simply classic made for racing at the time it has a long history with North American Racing, driven by Motorsports champions Roger Penske and Lake Underwood. Sliver, with a pointed front its design resembles a shark by its speed and mystic. It was sold for $2,890,000.

One of the most expensive collection of Porsches that has ever gone under the hammer. With no surprise the bright blue1955 Porsche 550 Spyder, was the most expensive sold at $5,335,000. A grand statement.