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Super-rare 911 RS tops perfect Porsche collection

Motoring Research Logo By Gavin Braithwaite-Smith of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 11: When Jan Koum and Brian Acton sold WhatsApp to Facebook for a staggering $19 billion (£14 billion) in 2014, the pair made quite a bit of cash. Koum, for example, walked away with $7.5 billion (£5.8 billion) and, like many of us would do with a sizeable windfall, he went car shopping.But now, he has decided to offload 10 limited-production Porsches, saying: “If I had unlimited time and unlimited garage space, I would never sell any of them, but nevertheless I’ll be very happy to see the next owner driving these special cars on the road or on the racetrack.” If you fancy being that next owner, pop along to the Gooding & Company Amelia Island sale in March.

Gooding & Company Amelia Island sale

When Jan Koum and Brian Acton sold WhatsApp to Facebook for a staggering $19 billion (£14 billion) in 2014, the pair made quite a bit of cash. Koum, for example, walked away with $7.5 billion (£5.8 billion) and, like many of us would do with a sizeable windfall, he went car shopping.

But now, he has decided to offload 10 limited-production Porsches, saying: “If I had unlimited time and unlimited garage space, I would never sell any of them, but nevertheless I’ll be very happy to see the next owner driving these special cars on the road or on the racetrack.” If you fancy being that next owner, pop along to the Gooding & Company Amelia Island sale in March.

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