The Porsche Carrera GT gets all of its stamina from a 5.7 LV 10 engine that delivered an impressive 612 hp. That power is then transferred to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox. World on the street is, Porsche took pride in making this version of the car as light as possible.
If this car looks familiar, it’s because Ralph Lauren and Tiger Woods own the model as well. Jerry has kept him in mint condition, only giving it a little more than three thousand miles in the distance.
1963 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
This car has a couple of surprising secrets. It is powered by a little four-cylinder engine, surprisingly taken from the Porsche 912. Moreover, the Karmann Ghia's brakes and suspension are also taken from this Porsche. The vehicle seems like it was created for people to want a splash of the sports car with a sleek VW style.
As you may have already guessed, this car was designed for those with a higher standard of living. Jerry Seinfeld is one of those people.
1989 Porsche 911 Speedster
Why would a Grand Prix white Porsche 911 speedster that retails at $209,000 sell for $363,000, you may be wondering? The answer? Jerry Seinfeld. The fact that he owned the vehicle added more than $150,000 to the price tag of this auctioned vehicle.
Less than 1,000 units were delivered to the United States. Finished with a widebody, black interior, and overall smooth finish, this Porsche is a true treasure.
1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet
It's hard not to fall in love with the 1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet. If you're wondering where it is, this baby has been hiding in Seinfeld's East Hampton garage for quite some time. The production for the 356 launched in 1948 in Gmund, Austria.
A few years later, production shifted from an aluminum to a steel body. As you can see, the Cabriolet was used by the police but was also frequently used for rally moto races.
1964 Porsche 911
Another classic among classics in Jerry Seinfeld's collection. Jerry stumbled upon this Porsche in 1996; it was actually owned by Ferry Porsche, son of the business's founder.
When it landed in his hands, Jerry sent the masterpiece off to Germany, where the car underwent a restoration that cost the comedian a jaw-dropping $250,000!