1967 Porsche 911S Coupe
This car has been in the Hagerty family for over 35 years and has been restored twice. The first restoration was a father and son project for McKeel and Frank Hagerty. The rusted out car was found in two parts, with the body and the engine resting in separate snow banks. McKeel purchased the car for $500 from a former sports car racer and got to work on the restoration, which cost an additional $2,500.
Once the rust was scraped off—completely by hand— McKeel opted to paint the Porsche black rather than return the car to its original “Polo Red.” About ten years ago, wear and tear began to show again so Porsche experts were enlisted to do a complete restoration, bringing the 911S back to original condition once more.