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One of the first Porsches ever made was put up for auction over the weekend, but no one bought it in part due to a massive misunderstanding. The Porsche Type 64, which was built in the 1930s during the era of Nazi Germany, was expected to fetch $20 million at auction Saturday. Bidding appeared to rise at an unprecedented rate, but it was all due to a misunderstanding caused by the auctioneer’s Dutch accent.