The Dempsey Motorsports Collection consists of a wide variety of classic Porsche race cars combined with other exotic and unusual vehicles. The following vehicles in the collection are available for sale.
Originally campaigned by Lee-Davey in 1988, chassis 962-138 is the very first carbon-fibre Porsche chassis – built by Advanced Composite Technology LTD.
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.
Originally, campaigned by Fitzpatrick Racing, this factory original chassis was sold to Dauer racing where it achieved success running in the Victor Computer livery.
The very last Porsche 935 produced by the factory, the very last car driven by Peter Gregg, and the last Brumos Porsche 935.
Porsche’s unofficial motorsports entry from 2000, the factory worked closely with Champion Motorsports on this GT-1 powered LMP prototype.
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.
Campaigned by Dahmen Racing in the 1990s, the CAN AM 962 is only one of a few open-topped 962s raced in period.
Formerly known as the Pelican Parts Collection, Dempsey Motorsports is now the car’s new home!