Sale of Rare Nazi-Era Porsche Sputters After Sotheby’s Auction Blunder

Money The New York Times

The bidding for the Porsche Type 64, built by Ferdinand Porsche in 1939, was supposed to open at $13 million but instead started at $30 million. …

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