The Dempsey Motorsports Collection consists of a wide variety of classic Porsche race cars combined with other exotic and unusual vehicles.  Most vehicles in the collection are available for sale.

1988 Porsche 962-138

Originally campaigned by Lee-Davey in 1988, chassis 962-138 is the very first carbon-fibre Porsche chassis - built by Advanced Composite Technology LTD.

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1986 Porsche 962-121

This Porsche factory chassis is the winner of the 1987 and 1988 12-hours of Sebring and the seventh-most winning 962 produced with nine podium finishes.

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1985 Porsche 962-112

Originally, campaigned by Fitzpatrick Racing, this factory original chassis was sold to Dauer racing where it achieved success running in the Victor Computer livery.

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1980 Porsche 935 0028

The very last Porsche 935 produced by the factory, the very last car driven by Peter Gregg, and the last Brumos Porsche 935.

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2000 Porsche-Lola B2K/10

Porsche's unofficial motorsports entry from 2000, the factory worked closely with Champion Motorsports on this GT-1 powered LMP prototype.

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1987 Porsche 962-110 CK6

Campaigned by Kremer in 1987, Volker Weidler won the Porsche Supercup driver's award - accumulating the majority of his points in this car.

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1990 Porsche 962-CAN AM

Campaigned by Dahmen Racing in the 1990s, the CAN AM 962 is only one of a few open-topped 962s raced in period.

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1987 Porsche 962-106b

Rescued from from obscurity, Wayne Dempsey discovered the true history of chassis 106b and set out on a multi-year restoration to resurrect this historic race car.

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1987 Porsche 959 Komfort

Dubbed the "world's first supercar", the 959 was a project that was born from Porsche's desire to build the most technologically advanced car of its time.

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1958 Porsche 356 Speedster

A two-owner car when acquired by us, this time-capsule Speedster offers a snapshot into the past - the iconic car that helped define Porsche's reputation.

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1966 Jaguar E-Type

Fully restored and immaculate, this 4.2-litre Jaguar E-type is one of the newest additions to the collection.

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1958 Daimler Ferret

Raising quite a stir at the coffee house drive-thru, this Ferret is frequently spotted on the roads of Southern California.

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1959 American LaFrance

What collection would be complete without a fire truck?  Built as a factory display vehicle, this 1959 American LaFrance Little Mo' has little more than 1,000 miles on the odometer.

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1972 Porsche 911 RS

This RS tribute car has a hot-rod aluminum block 3.0L engine and is setup for the twisties of SoCal.

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1973 Porsche 911 RSR

This 1973 RSR tribute car was built with no expense spared, and has a Porsche 3.4 Vasek Polak prototype MFI engine packed in the rear.

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1960 BMW 700

Money was no object for this spectacular M-style re-imagination of the classic BMW 700.

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2000 Ferrari 360 Modena

This Ferrari 360 Modena F1 is painted the rare color of Pozzi Blu, with tan leather, Daytona seats, and Scuderia fender shields.

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2003 MINI Cooper S

Built for the book, "How to Restore and Modify your MINI", this Cooper S is built with pretty much every performance upgrade imaginable.

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1957 Mercedes 190 SLR

Built from a former race car, our Mercedes 190 SLR "Speedster" combines race performance with street driving ability.

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Formerly known as the Pelican Parts Collection, Dempsey Motorsports is now the car's new home!

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