Watch: World's first Porsche expected to fetch up to R263-million at auction

Image: EuroNews
Image: EuroNews
The only surviving model of the world's first Porsche is set to go up on auction, and estimated to fetch a whopping $18-million.

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This 1939 Type 64, one of only three built, belonged to company founder Ferdinand Porsche.

It was built for a Berlin to Rome race to take place in September 1939, but the event was cancelled due to WWII.
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