According to Jerry, this car is “pure heaven.” The sand body color is a classic, not to mention a trendy choice, and the color is also seen in the interior. You guessed it; this car is all original. Jerry’s Porsche has never been taken apart, rebuilt, or even repainted.
It’s one of the few Porsches that’s been carefully handled and cared for throughout the years. Of course, it also happens to be one of the vehicles Seinfeld auctioned off. Its appraised value stands somewhere between $200,000-$300,000, and it sold for $275,000.
1949 Porsche 356
Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld are both avid Porsche connoisseurs. So it came as no surprise when Seinfeld picked up his pal in his 1949 Porsche 365 Coupe. Imagine driving down the streets of Los Angeles, looking over and seeing these two comedians in this iconic car.
Seinfeld's Porsche is the 40th car built by the company in Gmund, Austria, and each body panel was hammered by hand into its final shape. Lucky Jerry has 365 of its original parts, which is pretty unbelievable if you ask us!
1967 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MK III
British comedian Ricky Gervais was hosted in Seinfeld's Austin-Healey. This gorgeous set of wheels picked him up for his episode and brought out a new side of the "cannot-be-bothered" Gervais - he scares easy!
We recommend you pull up the web series episode and see for yourself (episode 2!). Jerry took advantage of the 150 hp straight 6 engine and frightened Gervais. Who knew Ricky was scared of speed bumps!
1958 Porsche 597 Jagdwagen
During the 1950s, several German car manufacturers had to reinvent themselves to maintain viability. Porsche was one of them, submitting several proposals for new military vehicle prototypes. The 1958 Porsche Jagdwagen featured a Porsche 36 engine under the hood of a military all-wheel-drive capable of driving through streams and making its way through uneven terrain.
Though Germany passed on the car, the vehicle is still a connoisseur favorite. Being the car fanatic that he is, of course, Jerry had one in his collection. After owning it one for several years, Seinfeld auctioned his off for the hefty price of $330,000.
1963 Porsche 356 B 2000 GS Carrera 2 Coupe
Like so many of Jerry's favorites, this Porsche couple made its way onto "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." It may look like a pretty sports car, but in reality, this Porsche was known as an elite racing car in 1963.
Yes, you guessed right, it was one of the 15 infamous Porsches Seinfeld auctioned off. In total, the 15 car collection was auctioned for more than $22 million. It's crazy to think that Jerry auctioned 15 off his cars and still has more cars than the average Joe!