Porsche Type 64
The 1939 Type 64 is the car that started the Porsche legend and was expected to sell at a 2019 Monterey Car Week auction for $20 million.
Patrick Long and Jeff Zwart drive the 1939 Porsche Type 64 that's soon headed to auction
Porsche racing drivers Jeff Zwart and Patrick Long get behind the wheel of one of two examples of the first car to wear the Porsche badge, the 1939 Type 64.Drew Johnson
Porsche's Holy Grail, the 1939 Type 64, heads to auction
The sole surviving Type 64 and the first car to bear the Porsche name will be sold during 2019 Monterey Car Week.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Porsche Type 64, 550 Le Mans on display in Atlanta
The first car that Porsche ever built, before it was even Porsche, was the Type 64, also known as the VW Aerocoupe. The car is a highly streamlined racer developed out of a desire to dominate the Berlin-Rome long-distance race, and the only pre-war Porsche. And it's on display right now in...Nelson Ireson