It is set to fetch around S$4 million to S$4.6 million.
For those who wonder why the car can expected to fetch so much, there were only six units of the Porsche 959 Paris-Dakar built so. And with the 959 built for racing as a rally car for the Group B championship, it was only natural the 959 was entered in the Paris-Dakar race after FIA removed the Group B championship.
The Paris-Dakar models featured the same adjustable suspension and all-wheel drive system of Porsche’s planned Group B rally car. It uses a 3.2-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six from a 911 Carrera instead of the twin-turbocharged flat-six from the road car.
This example did not win the race in the year it was entered but a different 959 won the race the next year.