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Porsche: Classic and performance range review

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There are few car manufacturers in existence today which can claim to match the illustrious status of Porsche. Admired for perfecting engineering concepts which others couldn't, and respected as one of the most dominant brands in motorsport, the Stuttgart-based marque have produced a string of wonderfully capable machinery for both road and track.
 
Founded by Ferdinand Porsche, the company which bears his name originally operated as an automotive consultancy firm, most famously commissioned to design the Volkswagen Beetle. Post-World War 2, Ferdinand's son Ferry steered the firm towards creating cars of its own. The culmination of his work was the 356, which became the first car Porsche sold to the public.
 
It was Porsche's persistence with the 356's (and indeed, the Beetle’s before it) horizontally-opposed, rear-mounted and air-cooled engines which has resulted in what is now considered one of the most successful and iconic performance cars of all time: the 911.
 
Buying a classic Porsche
 
Today, the significance of the 356 to Porsche's history is reflected in values. Coupes and Roadsters cost upwards of £60,000, but the most desirable Speedsters, introduced in 1954, command prices beyond £350,000. 
 
One year before the Speedster's debut came the 550 Spyder. The stunningly beautiful road-legal racer is one of the most valuable Porsches of all, with a 1955 example selling at auction for €2.74million in early 2016. Its successor, the equally stunning (and even more successful results-wise) 718 achieves similarly incredible values.
 
The Porsche 911, however, is the model which truly cemented the company's place among the automotive elite. The most valuable among collectors is the Carrera 2.7 RS. Produced to satisfy Group 5 homologation rules in 1972, two variants, a refined Touring spec and the stripped-out Lightweight, were sold to the public. Both achieve prices of comfortably beyond £500,000 today, with the rarer Lightweight edging very close to seven figures. Special examples of both the 964 and 993 also sell for as much as £300,000, though less exclusive Carrera models of each start from a much more palatable £30,000 or so.
 
The 959 was originally designed to compete in Group B racing, but after the category's demise it became known as a car which has arguably set the blueprint for all subsequent supercars to this day. Considered one of the most technologically advanced road cars ever produced on its 1986 release, it featured adaptive four-wheel drive, twin-turbocharging and a suspension system which featured adjustable ride height and damping. With a 195mph top speed, it was the fastest production car in the world. Approximately 330 were built, and today examples fetch as much as £700,000 at auction.
 
Buying a modern Porsche
 
Porsche ownership needn't be expensive, however, even if flat six power is a must. The Boxster may have switched to a turbocharged four for 2016, but earlier iterations offer a gorgeous naturally aspirated soundtrack and sublime mid-engined balance. Late nineties 986 versions are available for less than £5,000. The solid-roofed Cayman followed with the second generation of Boxster, and a solid example can be had for less than £15,000. 
 
Most affordable of all the Porches remains the 924. The front-engined, rear-wheel drive chassis was lauded in period, though the VW-derived four cylinder engines were criticised for lacking performance and character. Though values are beginning to climb, it's still possible to find sellers asking for around £3,000. The closely-related 944 is marginally more expensive, and was developed into something considerably faster as the years went on.
 
In 1998, the 996-generation 911 signalled the end of air-cooled Porsches. While many collectors consider these to be less desirable as a result, the good news is that 996 values remain fairly low. High-mileage Carrera and Carrera S models available for around £10,000, while even those which have covered fewer than 10,000 miles cost barely more than £30,000.
 
The most valuable of the common era are the 'hypercar' Porsches: the Carrera GT and the 918 Spyder. The former was a result of a stillborn Le Mans prototype development, and features a 5.7-litre V10 producing 612bhp. The 918 is powered by one of the most advanced powertrains fitted to any performance car. A 4.6-litre V8 is supplemented by a hybrid system to deliver a system output of 874bhp. At the hands of Marc Lieb, the 918 achieved a staggering Nurburgring Nordschleife lap time of 6min 57sec. Production ceased in 2015 once 918 units were built. Values for the Carrera GT stand at £400,000 and beyond, while the 918 rarely changes hands for less than £1,000,000.
 
Summary
 
It's recommended when buying any used car to examine several before committing, but for high performance cars like the 911 this becomes even more important.
 
Thought Porsche have refined the handling of the 911 over the decades, the rear-engined layout is still famous for catching out the less experienced drivers. It's very important, therefore, to search for any evidence of crash damage, particularly around the rear of the car.
 
Circa-2000 Porsche flat sixes, fitted to both the Boxster and the 996, are known for potentially terminal engine faults. The intermediate shaft bearing has a reputation for failure, and results in severe damage to the engine's valve timing and other internals. It's difficult to gauge which cars are most likely to fail, but extended service intervals are a likely cause. Search for the most regularly-maintained examples to reduce the risk. As with most Porsches, it's well worth tracking down an independent specialist to examine any potential purchase before you buy. 

Words: Alex Ingram
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Last updated: 9th May 2016
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  • Porsche Boxster

    £4,795 £4,795

    PORSCHE SERVICE HISTORY SAT NAV NEW CLUTCH AND BRAKES WELL LOOKED AFTER VERY GOOD CONDITION THROUGHOUT LEATHER UPHOLSTERY AND IN CAR ENTERTAINMENT 

    • Mileage: 111000 mi
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  • 1967 Porsche 911

    £149,435 £149,435

    The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this stunning 1967 Porsche 911. This car is in pristine, concours condition and must be one of the finest on the market. She was the winner of the Michael Furman Artist Choice Award at the Concours On The Avenue, Pebble Beach 2014. The condition of this car can't be overstated; the car is in better than new condition. The restoration began with a rust free and complete California car with matching numbers and an open checkbook. The restoration work was documented. The Tangerine paint (code R2002, correct as per the COA) is show quality. Every nut and bolt was removed, restored and replated. NOS parts were used where necessary. The original engine (911480) and entire drivetrain has been rebuilt and is finished to the highest standards. The entire suspension was restored to better than new condition as was the underside of the car. New proper Sigla windshield, rear glass, all rubber body seals and trim was replaced or restored; the doors give the Porsche "ping" when opened. All trim is correct, and the drivetrain is original to the car and numbers matching. The car comes with her Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, tool kit, manuals and docu

    • Year: 1967
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  • 1965 Porsche 356 Outlaw

    £103,935 £103,935

    Outlaw Coupe by Emory Motorsports The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this gorgeous 1965 EMORY PORSCHE 356 COUPE. The Emory cars are bespoke cars, built to the highest standards both cosmetically and mechanically, and known in the Porsche world as the best in the business. This car has an illustrious history, with an extensive race history, including DAYTONA, LAGUNA SECA, and LIME ROCK. Extensive documentation for mechanical and restoration work follows the car through her build at Emory in 1997 uninterrupted through her most recent history. After a long and illustrious career, the car was restored back to Emory spec; She is stunning!! Recently the recipient of a bare metal respray in her correct original color, the car is in near concours condition. The build was comprehensive and no expense was spared in making this 356 perform just as well as it looks. Racing seats Simpson belts 1720cc engine -145HP Solex 40 P-II carbs 12 Volt conversion Fuel cell w/center mounted gas cap Custom Dry Sump Oil system modified transmission GT door panels and pulls Koni Adjustable suspension Minilite 6.5 x 15 inch wheels Yokohama AO38 tires Custom Roll cage Lexan windows Fire extinguisher Fogl

    • Year: 1965
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  • PORSCHE 997 GT3 MANUAL WANTED

    POA POA

    carrera white, black alcantara/leather interior, porsche embossed crested carbon fibre bucket seats, ceramic brakes, sat nav. telephone prep, bose sound upgrade, sports chrono pack, xenon lights, electric tilt/slide sunroof, yellow seat belts, full leather dashboard, with carbon fibre trim, leather rear side panels, leather door side panels, embossed GT3 handbrake lever, carbon fibre gear lever, leather steering wheel, recent new michelin pilot sport tyres, 2 previous keepers, supplied and maintained by strasse, full service history

    • Year: 2007
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  • PORSCHE 968 RACECAR 1994 POA

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    Porsche motorsport shell, fully race prepared for Porsche Club Championship also future classics and 750 motor club etc. the car is still racing in this years Porsche Club Championship. fully welded in roll cage, up to date fire extinguisher and seat belts, gaz adjustable suspension - recent new front dampers fit, one set of wheels with slick tyres and one set wheels with wets, engine rebuilt at the start of 2015 season, new tony laws exhaust,

    • Year: 1994
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  • PORSCHE 993 TURBO 1995

    £99,995 £99,995

    genuine factory brilliant white, black leather interior, full electric comfort seats, electric sunroof, on board digital computer, previously sold and maintained by strasse 68k miles - full service history been in dry storage for last 6 years, stunning looking car !

    • Year: 1995
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  • PORSCHE CAYENNE V6 DIESEL 2010

    £31,995 £31,995

    basalt black metallic, black leather interior with black piano wood dashboard trims, 21 inch turbo wheels with colour crested centres, panoramic roof with brushed stainless roof bars, brushed stainless front and rear skid plates, serviced and maintained by strasse, full service history

    • Year: 2010
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  • PORSCHE 993 RS RECREATION 1995

    £41,995 £41,995

    guards red, full rs specification interior including door cards and carpets, recaro sports seats, brake air ducts, safety devices roll cage, 18 inch split rim alloys, full harness seat belts in red, kw adjustable suspension, had minimal use since conversion, serviced and maintained by strasse, tracker, full service history- stunning car !

    • Year: 1995
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  • PORSCHE 997 TURBO PDK GEN 2 2010

    £66,995 £66,995

    basalt black metallic, full black leather interior with contrasting front and rear red seat belts, heated seats, "turbo" embossed head rests and centre console, bose sound upgrade, 19 inch centre lock alloys, sport & sport plus package, electronic damper control, sat.nav. silver instrument dials, xenon lights, headlamp wash, 29,800 miles, full service history

    • Year: 2010
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  • PORSCHE CAYMAN GT4 *HUGE SPEC* 2016 POA

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    racing yellow, carbon interior package, black extended leather and alcantara interior with contrasting yellow stitching, alcantara centre console with Porsche logo, full 918 style sports seats, interior light design package, passenger foot well luggage net, black rear wing supports, aluminium fuel cap, 20 inch alloys in satin platinum, cruise control, auto dim mirror, rain sensor, 2 keys in yellow, sporty look pedals, sound package plus, Bluetooth, vehicle tracking system, delivery mileage, stunning looking car

    • Year: 2016
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  • PORSCHE CAYMAN S 2006

    £17,995 £17,995

    arctic silver metallic, metropol blue leather interior, heated seats, xenon lights, headlight wash, 19 inch Carrera s alloys, on board digital computer, sat. nav. Porsche stability management, previously sold and maintained by strasse - full service history

    • Year: 2006
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  • Porsche 911 3.8 S 2dr Tiptronic S - FULL PORSCHE HISTORY - 2 OWNERS

    £31,695 £31,695

    19" CARRERA SPORT ALLOYS, SAT NAV, PORSCHE CRESTED HEADRESTS, PORSCHE VEHICLE TRACKER, FULL PORSCHE SERVICE HISTORY AND ONLY 2 OWNERS FROM NEW, LOW RATE FINANCE AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO STATUS, PLEASE RING FOR DETAILS Please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. Please let us know the vehicle you are enquiring about. Between 3 and 12 characters. Between 3 and 60 characters. Must be a valid email address. Between 5 and 100 characters. Between 3 and 100 characters. Min 5, max 5000 characters. Please complete the captcha. Darren Allick Cars , 3 Ellerbeck Court, Stokesley Business Park, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, TS9 5PT | Telephone: 01642 711666 Copyright © 2016 Darren Allick Cars. All Rights Reserved.

    • Year: 2008
    • Mileage: 51000 mi
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  • 1954 Porsche 356 Pre-A Cabriolet

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    There's something just so right about a properly restored Pre-A Cabriolet, with a purity of line and an abundance of period detailing missing from later 356s. From the skinny rims tucked under the deeply contoured guards, to the delightful interior fittings like the painted dash, large diameter VDM steering wheel and chrome-ringed instruments, these early 356s are redolent of the early 50's era. Reutter's steel coachwork was beautifully finished, with a hand-made precision lacking from later cars. Both Coupé and Cabriolet entered production in 1950, with Reutters and Gläser responsible for the earliest cars. Until 1953, the Reutter Cabriolets had a wooden frame with glass rear window but this changed to steel frames with a plastic window along with a one-piece windscreen. Early models used the beehive type tail lights, while minor changes that identify a 1954 model are the short bonnet handle and the addition of horn grilles. An early 1954 build, this car was completed on February, 22 and delivered through Max Hoffman in New York. Hoffman, who became Porsche's sole distributor for North America the previous year, apparently specified this particular car with no sun visors or door p

    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 79669 mi
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  • 1998 Porsche 993 Turbo

    £300,196 £300,196

    Of all Porsche production models, the 993 Type is the most celebrated and venerated 911 to date. Almost 18 years since one was produced, the model is still the benchmark that all 911's are measured against. Most enthusiasts understand the 993 series was the last of the 'air-cooled' models produced in Zuffenhausen. Porsche purists point out very quickly that a true Porsche must have an air-cooled engine mounted behind their rear axle and by this definition, the pinnacle of the evolutionary process from the original 1964 911. Like all 911 models, the flagship for the 993 series was the 911 Turbo. Released in 1995, the new evolution featured even more performance & technology than ever before. With a new twin-turbo engine displacing 3.6 litres and producing 408bhp (300Kw), it was the first 911 Turbo to feature an all-wheel-drive system &six-speed manual transmission. The immense power and traction could catapult the supercar from 0-100km/h in just 3.7 seconds. Just as impressively, it could decelerate from 100km/h - 0 in just 2.3 seconds. Amidst all that performance, the 911 Turbo was also the cleanest sportscar of its time thanks to its twin catalytic converters and four oxygen-senso

    • Year: 1998
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  • 2002 Porsche 996 GT2

    £289,136 £289,136

    The fabled 911 Type 996 GT2 was Porsche's fastest and most expensive model for 2002, costing $500,000 brand new. 10 percent more powerful and 7 percent lighter than the 911 Turbo from which it evolved, with zero driver aids and power delivered directly to the rear wheels the GT2 quickly developed a reputation for being the ultimate driver's car. Fitted with a twin turbocharged flat-six 3.6 litre engine derived from Porsche's Le Mans winning 911 GT1, the GT2 despatches 0 to 100 km/h in just 4 seconds thanks to its larger KKK 24 turbochargers and boost pressure of 14.5psi. Weight-saving came in the way of deleted rear seats, a tire repair kit in place of a spare, carbon fiber interior trim, and the GT2 was the first Porsche fitted with Ceramic Composite Brakes as standard, weighing 50 percent less than comparable metal discs. Tremendous attention was paid to the GT2's downforce, front and rear. A new front air dam and rear wing were developed and air leaving the radiator exits through a slot in the bonnet generating further downforce. At 300 km/h, the GT2 generates an incredible 54 kgs of downforce. Available here is an Australian delivered 996 GT2 Club Sport, 1 of just 29 cars that

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  • 2008 Porsche 997 GT3 RS

    £315,996 £315,996

    An escaped thoroughbred racer, the ballistically fast Porsche 911 Type 997 GT3 RS released in 2006 inherits over 50 years of motorsport culture with more than 28,000 racing victories coursing through its veins. This barely street legal homologation special delivers 415hp to the tarmac via a hand built 3.6 litre Boxer engine and well-balanced close-ratio manual transmission, allowing 0-100 km/h to be despatched in just 4.2 seconds. Weighing 20kgs less than the GT3, the Club Sport specification GT3 RS offers a carbon fiber rear wing, plastic engine cover, perspex rear window, integrated roll cage, carbon fiber GT seats, six-point driver harness, fire extinguisher and battery isolation switch- ready for take-off. Available here, this excellently maintained Porsche 997 GT3 RS was the last car to be delivered to Australia. Travelling just 10,000 kms this example was ordered in the 1970's revived style Blood Orange over black livery and features PCCB, TPMS, black roll cage, colour matched headlamp washers, Xenon headlamps and assertively finished with black wheels. Accompanied by a complete Porsche Centre Melbourne service history, the overall condition of this GT3 RS is second to none.

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  • 1961 Porsche 356 B

    £205,396 £205,396

    There's little doubt that Porsche's first production automobile, the 356 built from 1948 to 1965, is one of the most important, breath-taking and still to this day usable sports cars ever designed. A simple race-bred formula of lightweight monocoque construction, rear-engined flat 4 power and functional aerodynamics made the 356 trouble-free and incredibly engaging to drive. The 356 B Super Coupé we are proud to offer here was delivered new by Hamiltons, Melbourne in May of 1961 and is one of the finest we've seen. Original right hand drive and matching in numbers (confirmed with Porsche Cars Australia), this professionally restored example presents in the same livery as ordered from new, Blue Etna coachwork contrasting over red leatherette. Recently released from an extensive private collection this 356 B benefits from a no-expense spared, restoration taking 6 years to complete including bare metal work, fresh paintwork, a professional re-trim of the interior using period correct Porsche materials with the original dials, gauges and radio excellently re-furbished. In addition, the original engine, transmission, suspension componentry and braking systems were all rebuilt to exactin

    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 20550 mi
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  • 1964 Porsche 356 C

    £165,900 £165,900

    Penned by Erwin Komenda, Porsche's Type 356 was first introduced in 1948 and is regarded as being one of the greatest sports cars ever designed. Over a 15-year production run, the handsome and durable 356 evolved from a streamlined aluminium-bodied coupe powered by the VW-derived 46hp, air-cooled flat four to a seriously lively autobahn burner carrying a complex, two-litre four-cam boxer Carrera engine producing 130 horsepower. The 356's final incarnation came with the Type 6 in 1963. Designated the 356 C, it had a new ZF steering gear and compensating spring at the rear, the latter calming swing axle suspension. Four-wheel disc brakes were also part of the revision, a 12-volt electrical system became available and new styling saw a larger rear window, beautifully re-designed horn-ring steering-wheel and twin rear grills. We're proud to offer this Australian delivered Porsche 356 C, delivered new by Hamiltons, Victoria in January of 1964. Ordered in Light Ivory over Black Leatherette, Porsche Cars Australia has verified this rare example still carries its numbers matching engine and chassis. In very original condition, the interior offers a Blaupunkt radio, the original horn-ring s

    • Year: 1964
    • Mileage: 91457 mi
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  • 2004 Porsche 996 GT3 Clubsport

    £150,096 £150,096

    Porsche launched the 911 Type 996 GT3 Gen 1 in 1998, updating both technology and design in 2003 with the release of the 996 GT3 Gen 2. With countless tangible benefits in terms of speed and outright grip, the Gen 2 cars are quickly becoming one of the most collectable Porsche's because of the fabled mezger engine and low production numbers, with only 39 arriving on Australian shores. Technological updates for the Gen 2 GT3 included GT3-specific brakes and wheels, wider tyres, oil cooler, stronger synchro's for the gearbox, and more aggressive suspension delivering a hair raising drive for both road and track. More importantly, 355 hp increased to 381 hp in the Gen 2 edition, allowing the GT3 to despatch 0-100 in a performance topping 3.8 seconds. The 911 GT3 was now better than ever before. Australian delivered in January of 2004 by Porsche Centre Melbourne, Victoria this stunning Gen 2 GT3 optioned with Clubsport Equipment 003 including: Integrated Roll Cage, Clubsport Seats with Schroth Belts, Battery Isolator and Fire Extinguisher. It is also features Porsche's Ceramic Brake System - PCCB - one of very few Australian cars to be fitted with the lightweight system. A very well ma

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  • 1960 Porsche 356 B

    £142,196 £142,196

    In September of 1959, Porsche released the new Type 356 B that delivered a revised T5 body and offered a significant number of technical and styling refinements over the outgoing Type 356 A. The 356 B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point for Porsche's design progression. The B added safety features demanded by the growing U.S market including all new sheet metal with raised front and rear bumpers and revised over-riders. The headlamps were raised, a larger hood handle added, and front vent windows appeared in the doors. Mechanically, the transmission and drum brakes were upgraded as well. A new deep-dish steering wheel and column refreshed and refined the interior, along with deeper rear seats. Available here is an early Australian delivered Porsche 356 B, sold new by Hamiltons of Melbourne in January of 1960. Matching in numbers, confirmed by Porsche Cars Australia, this fine example has just been released from long term private ownership where the car formed part of an extensive classic collection. Offered in the classic combination of Silver over Blue leatherette this very original 356 B features chrome crested hub caps, Schlummerrolle rechts (head-rests),

    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 41386 mi
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  • 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera Supersport

    £134,296 £134,296

    The 3.2 Carrera is regarded as the definitive development of the original 911 that first appeared in 1963 before the evolution to Type 964. These 'last of cars' were the most tractable and usable of Butzi Porsche's original design. The all-alloy, flat-6, fuel injected engine received a final displacement of 3.2 litres developing a torquey 231hp - enough to thrust the slippery new Carrera from 0-100 km/h in just 5.6 seconds. One of the most collectable 911's on the market is the 3.2 Carrera Supersport or factory optioned Widebody, produced from 1984 through to 1989. Known as option code M491, the costly Supersport package wasn't just cosmetic offering aggressive wider wheel arches, rear spoiler and wider Fuchs wheels, it also included cross-drilled discs with four-piston aluminium calipers and suspension taken directly from the 911 Turbo. The option to upgrade to M491 didn't come cheap with prices ranging from $10,000-$15,000 depending on the year of manufacture, which kept production numbers low making genuine M491 equipped models incredibly hard to find and very collectable today. We're proud to offer this original right hand drive and genuine 3.2 Carrera Supersport in ordered in

    • Year: 1986
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  • 1961 Porsche 356 S Notchback

    £142,196 £142,196

    Historically considered the redheaded stepchild of the Porsche Type 356 set, the Karmann built Hardtop Coupé, or 'Notchback' as they were nicknamed was only available from 1960-62 representing a very small quantity of 356 production that today has led to its ultimate collectability. Mechanically identical to the Type 356 B, the Notchback is powered by a pushrod flat-four-cylinder engine displacing 1,582cc and available in three flavours of tune: 60-hp Normal, 75-hp Super or the 90 hp Super 90. So much fun to drive because it handled so well, the 356 Notchback was basic in the sense that it wasn't loaded down with frills, but everything it had was built in very high quality, from sporty leather seats and gauges to the typically Porsche perfect panel fit/finish and mechanical reliability. Available here is a 1961 356 S Notchback, one of only 1,047 Coupés from Karmann, matching in numbers and originally delivered to Germany with the uprated 75-hp Super engine over the standard 60-hp unit. Professionally restored, this turnkey example is finished in the desirable combination of Smyrna Green over Fawn leather interior and fresh Charcoal carpeting with an excellent finish. Carrying origi

    • Year: 1961
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  • 1995 Porsche 968 Clubsport

    £75,046 £75,046

    The front-engine revolution that breathed new life into Zuffenhausen in the 1970's led to some of the best Porsche's ever built. Following on from the 924 & 944 success both in production and motorsport, the 1990's saw the last incarnation of the inline, 4 cylinder models the Porsche 968. For the 1993 Model Year, Porsche introduced a Clubsport version, tailor made for the driving enthusiast to excel on the racetrack and be competitive in motorsport. Striking in appearance, Clubsport's were made available in Speed Yellow, Guards Red, Grand Prix White, Maritime Blue and Black with colour coded wheels, or in Colour to Sample. They also featured OEM Recaro race seats and 'Clubsport' side Decals. With its 240bhp, low weight of just 1,320kgs, revised chassis including bigger brakes & sway bars and reduction in ride height of 20mm, it was the way the Clubsport handled that really impressed. Sprinting from 0-100 in just 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 260km/h, anyone that has spent some time behind the wheel of a CS will understand just how balanced a performance package it is. As optional equipment, owners could additionally choose the M030 Sport Chassis Package, adding even more precision

    • Year: 1995
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  • Porsche 997 C2S Cabriolet Tiptronic S

    £28,995 £28,995

    Details: Full Black Hide Sports Seats Electric Memory Seats with Adjustable Lumbar Support & Adjustable Side Bolsters Cruise Control Porsche Communication Module (Navigation) Telephone Module Porsche Active Stability Management (PASM) Xenon Headlights with Wash 19″ Alloy Wheels Full Porsche Service History + 2 Specialists 01625 590282 hello@christopherjacksonltd.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Christopher Jackson Limited, Brook Lane Corner, Knutsford Road, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, SK9 7RX

    • Year: 2006
    • Mileage: 66000 mi
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  • Porsche 997 C2S Coupe Manual

    £26,995 £26,995

    Details: Full Black Hide Heated Seats Porsche Communication Module (Navigation) Radio CD Multiplay BOSE Sound Sport Chrono Porsche Active Stability Management (PASM) Guards Red Seat Belts Rear Parking Distance Control 19″ Alloy Wheels Full Porsche Service History + 1 Specialist. 01625 590282 hello@christopherjacksonltd.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Christopher Jackson Limited, Brook Lane Corner, Knutsford Road, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, SK9 7RX

    • Year: 2005
    • Mileage: 63500 mi
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  • Porsche Cayman GT4

    £104,995 £104,995

    2016 '65' reg woth 600 miles. Sapphire Blue with Black Leatherette and Alcantara with Platinum Grey Contrast Stitching, Cruise Control, DAB digital Radio, 64 Litre Fuel Tank, Full Bucket Seats, Mobile Phone Prep, Passenger Footwell Storage Net, Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes, PCM including Navigation and Universal Audio Interface, Rear Wing Supports in Black, Sound Package Plus, Sports Chrono Package including Track Precision App and Prep for Lap Trigger, 2 Zone Climate Control, 20" GT4 Wheels, 6 Speed Manual Gearbox. Spotless

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 600 mi
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  • Porsche Cayman GT4

    £106,990 £106,990

    2016 '65' reg with 158 miles. Carrera White with Full Length Body Stripe, Automatic Dimming Mirrors with Rain Sensor, Bi-Xenon Headlamps with Porsche Dynamic Light System in Black, Club Sport Package, DAB Digital Radio, Porsche 918 Bucket Seats, Guards Red Seat Belts, Light Design Package, Mobile Phone Preparation, PCCB Ceramic Brakes, PCM Navigation with Universal Audio Interface, Black Rear Wing Supports, Sound Package Plus, Sport Chrono Package including Track Precision APP and Prep for Lap Trigger, Storage Compartment in Alcantara with Porsche Logo, Two Zone Climate Control, 20" GT4 Wheels in Satin Black, 6 Point Seat Belt for Passenger, Manual Gearbox, Porsche Vehicle Tracking Device.

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 158 mi
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