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Porsche 911: Buying guide and review (1963-1973)

Porsche 911: Buying guide and review (1963-1973) Classic and Performance Car
They look fantastic, they’re great to drive, they’re competitive in historic motor sport, they’re tough and reliable and they have that indefinable ‘cool’ factor. Pre-impact bumper Porsche 911s are wonderful machines, but prices vary wildly according to the model and it’s easy to get into expensive trouble.  
Which one to buy?
The pre-1965 911 dominates historic rallying and the RS Carrera is prefect for top-end road events such as Tour Auto – but prices are sky-high. Next down is the 911S, in many ways more useable than the RS, but prices have risen sharply over the last few years. But the lower-powered models, like the 911T and 911E, still offer the 911 looks and driving experience, for much less money. They’re not nearly as quick but they’re a lot of fun.  
The other dividing factory between models is down to wheelbase: the tail-happy nature of the early cars is well known but when the rear trailing arms were extended to increase the wheelbase, handling was improved to the extent that few will be caught out. 
Have we missed anything? Yes; you’re thinking you want a coupé, right? But early soft-window Targas are super-rare, and later Targas offer open-top motoring without a typical convertible’s wind noise. Although prices have been rising just as quickly as the Coupes, they’re still relatively great value… 
If you want a hassle-free 911 then go for a mechanical fuel-injection car, because carburettors go out of balance. But carburettor cars are nippy through the gears and sound better.
Service history adds to value and so does interesting provenance. A lot of cars have been restored badly many years ago but every now and again virtually untouched 911s turn up. They’re the ones to go for.   
Looking for a different Porsche 911 variant?
Whether it’s simply down to budget constraints, a desire for more impressive handling capabilities or simply personal preference, there are plenty of options from the later 911 variants:
Performance and specs
1969 Porsche 911E
Engine 2195cc, 12 valve flat-six 
Power 153bhp @ 6200rpm 
Torque 141lb ft @ 4500rpm
Top speed 137mph 
0-62mph 8.0 seconds 
Fuel consumption 18mpg
Gearbox Five-speed manual
Dimensions and weight
Wheelbase 2268mm
Length 4163mm
Width 1610mm
Height 1320mm
Kerb weight 1020kg
Common problems
• Even the earliest 911s are relatively reliable, or at least have the potential to be. But if a 911 has been neglected, sooner or later you’ll pay for that neglect. 

• Before anything else, look for extensive service records – oil changes every 3000 miles are crucial. 

• Watch the oil pressure closely. From cold it should be 40-60psi; once hot it will go up and down with the revs, and should be around 40psi at 4000rpm. 

• Fumes in the cabin may be due to oil on the heat exchangers, which may burn off, but make sure the heater works – replacement heat exchangers are expensive. 

• Try fast gearchanges, particularly from second to third – a crunch means worn synchro and an expensive rebuild. Vague gearshifting is usually easily fixed with replacement bushes.  

• Rust can be a big problem. Look for bubbles on the B-post, around the door latch, a sure sign of big problems below: the ‘kidney bowl’ panels, sills, jacking points and inner wing could be affected. 

• Feel around under all the arches, check the sunroof aperture, the underside of the parcel shelf (from inside the engine bay), the front edge of the boot under the spare wheel and all the usual extremities. Most but not all panels are available. 

• The Porsche factory supports early 911s really well, and its replacement body panels are high quality but expensive. Non-genuine panels may be half the price but can take three or four times longer to fit.

• Some pattern parts are worth having though, and a good specialist will advise you which are worth buying. Remember that you can end up paying hundreds for minor parts such as rear lights, bumper trims, seats and even door pockets – you have been warned! 
Model history
1963: 911 launched at Frankfurt. 
1964: First production 911 on sale, 130bhp, 2.0-litre. 
1966: Targa introduced, initially with fold-down soft rear window. 
1966: 911S, with 170bhp, Fuchs alloys, vented discs, anti-roll bars. 
1967: 110bhp 911T and 130bhp 911L replace original 911.   
1967: Sportmatic added to range. 
1968: Targa gets fixed rear window. 
1968: New ‘B-series’ version with longer wheelbase. 110bhp 911T on carbs, 140bhp 911E and 170bhp 911S, both with fuel injection. 
1969: Part-galvanised bodies, 2.2-litre engine, 125bhp 911T, 155bhp 911E, 180bhp 911S. 
1971: 2.4-litre 130bhp 911T, 165bhp 911E, 190bhp 911S, stronger Type 915 gearbox.  
1972: 911 Carrera RS introduced, with 2.7-litre 210bhp engine. 
1973: Impact-bumpers introduced.
Owners clubs, forums and websites
• www.porscheclubgb.com – UK-based Porsche owners club and forums
• www.porscheshop.co.uk – Porsche 911 parts for sale
Summary and prices
There’s still the chance to buy a pre-impact bumper 911 for ‘reasonable’ money. But if you want to be competitive in motor sport, you will need to spend a lot more – and you need to consult the experts to avoid being sold a fake. It’s much easier to buy the lower-powered models but the catch is that a 2.4T, for example, will cost the same to restore as an RS. 
The biggest danger lies in the middle ground, cars that are perhaps a little scruffy around the edges. You will usually be better off with the best, most original car you can find, maybe settling for a great T or E rather than an average S, for example. Or buy the worst car and budget for a high-quality restoration. Crucially, make sure the car you buy has all the right bits. 
But what should you expect to pay? The very earliest 2.0-litre short-wheelbase 911 is a desirable car, and can command anywhere between £30,000-£85,000 for a great example. The later L and T models range from £17,000-£55,000 with the slightly more special E models fetching around £5000 more. 
Further up the pecking order is the more tuned up 911S, with prices ranging from £75,000-£150,000 and early SWB cars commanding even more than the later versions. The ultimate is of course the 2.7-litre Carrera RS, which regularly sell for more than £500,000 today. The lightweight cars built for racing are even more valuable, so expect to pay more than £700,000 for one of these today. Prices for all 911s are continuing to rise however, and many dealers will be selling cars for significantly more than these figures. 
While we love the RS and the S, prices have gone mad, and there’s a lot to be said for instead spending your money on a super example of a lower-powered model. Any pre-impact bumper 911 can be used everyday, or for touring holidays – and it will always look great.  
Last updated: 15th Mar 2016
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  • Porsche 911

    £111,991 £111,991

    Variant name:[991] Targa 4 GTS ,Derivative:GTS ,Variant: GTS 2dr PDK Porsche 911 GTS 2dr PDK

    • Year: -1
    • Mileage: 2645 mi
    • Engine size: 3.8
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  • 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera 2S


    The Porsche 911 series 993 were built from 1995 thru 1998, and are the last of the air-cooled 911's. The Carrera S (C2S) built only from 1997 thru 1998 is the most highly sought after version of the Porsche 993. With the Turbo factory wide body and the Carrera's normally aspirated engine the C2S was a pure sports car without the complication and weight of turbocharging and all-wheel drive. The driving experience is second to none, with great torque, lighter weight, and Turbo handling lending itself to amazing drivability. Only 759 C2Ss were sold in the US in 1997 making this a very rare late model Porsche. This example was first sold on April 21st 1997 in Birmingham, Michigan. Since that date this Porsche Exclusive-Programme ordered car has only accumulated 11,787 documented miles. Now at Canepa this original car has been mechanically and cosmetically inspected, and has received a complete concours detail. This rare C2S comes with its original books, jack, tools, spare and compressor. Whether to be kept as a future collectable, or to be enjoyed as a daily driver the C2S is ready for the road. Porsche Options: X47 Carbon Fiber Handbrake X54 Oval Chrome Exhaust Pipes X58 Carbon Fiber

    • Year: 1997
    For sale
  • PORSCHE 911 Turbo S Gen II Cabriolet

    £139,950 £139,950

    PCM Including Navigation Module Heated Seats Automatic Distance Control Lane Change Assist Multifunctional Heated Steering Wheel with Voice Control Garage Door Opener Porsche Entry and Drive Interior Light Package Speed Limit Display Burmester High End Sound System Extended Interior Leather Package TV Reception DAB Radio Side Charge Air Inlet Painted LED Headlights Darkened Dynamic Cornering Lights Rear Centre Tunnel in Leather Seat Belts in Bordeaux Sun Visor in Leather Steering Column in Leather Porsche Crests embossed in Headrests Illuminated Door Entry Guards in Carbon Fibre Aluminium Pedals Rain Sensor Dynamic Engine Mounts PCCB Ceramic Brakes 20' Turbo Sport 3 Alloys with Central Lock Sport Design Mirrors Caron Fibre Interior Trim Door Panel Trim in Carbon Fibre UK Supplied Exceptional Condition Throughout 20' Alloy Wheels Burmester sound system Carbon interior package Electric Windows Embossed Crests Heated steering wheel Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) Dealer/Manufacturer Warranty Delivery Available Financing Available Full Service History

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 20000 mi
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.3 Sports purpose

    £99,995 £99,995

    1970 model Porsche 911 2.3 Sports Purpose We are pleased to offer this exciting 911, that was completed by marque specialists Lee Mayor restorations last year. A full nut and bolt restoration and modified with a period sports purpose theme, this particular car fittingly is based on a genuine early 1970 model 911 2.2T actually manufactured in 1969. The engine is built to a short stroke 2300cc specification using over -sized high compression pistons and barrels with S cam shafts, S cylinder heads and Weber carburettors, using original 1970 crank cases. The gearbox is the correct 901 1970 Magnesium cased unit and both the engine and gearbox were built by the highly regarded Mike Bainbridge. All chrome work is either new or the original re-furbished and the wheels are correctly restored Fuchs 7" & 8" x 15's with Porsche approved Pirelli tyres. The interior was re-trimmed with lightweight carpets, and rubber mats with hessian backing, Recaro replica seats (TUV approved) and a 370mm prototipo steering wheel. The shell was completely stripped and fitted with many new panels during the restoration including bonnet, wings, floor pan, door skins and rear lid. The rear wings were fabricated t

    • Year: 1969
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 SC

    £44,995 £44,995

    Just arrived The 911 SC was launched in 1977 to replace the aging 2.7. The engine capacity was increased to 3.0 litres and 180BHP which made it more powerful than the standard and S models it replaced. It also received flared rear arches similar to the earlier Carrera variants to take wider rear wheels as standard. It was available at launch in both standard and sport variants, the sport featured front and spoilers and big fuchs wheels, whilst the non - sport carried over the more delicate appearance of earlier variants with no spoilers and smaller ATS (cookie cutter wheels). At the time the Sport was visually more dramatic and was far more successful in terms of sales, but today it is the early` non - sport look` that is in vogue. Evidence of this is the number of sport models, particularly later cars that have had their spoilers removed to achieve the simple lines of the early cars. The car has been treated to a light restoration including a glass out respray in its original colour Casablanca, with all new rubbers and seals, new carpets, repainted alloys, rebuilt gearbox, refreshed/ detailed engine and complete new exhaust system. Aside from the carpets the interior was left unto

    • Year: 1978
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 3.2 carrera

    £99,995 £99,995

    911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe 1988 model with only 17,922 miles from new! The eighties were fantastic times for Porsche and the 911 was a desirable sports car that unlike most of its rivals could genuinely be used every day. For the 1984 model year the iconic Carrera name was to be seen on a standard 911 for the first time and with a new 3.2 litre engine would now comfortably exceed 150mph. The 911 Carrera `Sport` featured front and rear spoilers, 16 inch Fuchs wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers and electric sports seats as standard, whilst later variants featured the much stronger G50 gearbox. This example is a genuine UK Sport model fitted with a G50 gearbox. Finished in Marine Blue metallic with Marine Blue leatherette, part leather Marine Blue interior. It was supplied new through Roger Clark Cars of Leicestershire and still has all original tools, tool roll and under bonnet specification sticker still in place. The factory supplied specification was as follows: UK C16 Sport Coupe with front and rear spoilers, sport shock absorbers, sports seats with electric height adjustment, luggage compartment trimmed in black velour, high fidelity sound system with Blaupunkt Toronto radio cass

    • Year: 1988
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.4 'S Spec' Targa

    £74,995 £74,995

    Porsche 911 2.4 S Specification Targa 1973 1973 was a great time for Porsche, with the 911 now a decade old, they had developed it into a range of understated but beautifully engineered road cars that were the direct result of their involvement in motorsport. The Targa version (named after their success in the Targa Florio) allowed the driving experience of a 911 with benefit of a removable panel for open air motoring and had a solid roll bar which was now fitted with a fixed rear window. Unlike a traditional convertible, this offered genuine roll over protection and virtually no wind buffeting with the roof removed. The 911S was the most powerful Targa version in period, and original examples are highly coveted today, with prices of circa 200k being commanded for RHD examples. This 911 2.4 Targa was originally supplied in RHD T specification in June 1973, and finished in Gemini blue. There is extensive and continuous history / mots with the car showing regular maintenance and up keep during the last 43years. Sometime in the 80s (DVLA records show from 1984) the engine was replaced with a genuine 2.4S unit, and with the low price of used engines at the time, we can only assume this

    • Year: 1973
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.4S

    £152,995 £152,995

    The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsche's sportscar programme in the early 1970s, bettered only in performance terms by the 2.7RS. With 0-60mph coming up in 6.6 seconds and a top speed of 144mph, the 2.4S was Porsches answer to the slower 246 Dino from Ferrari. For the 1972 model year the oil tank was moved further forward to enhance the handling of the 911 and featured a distinctive oil flap on the right hand rear wing where the oil could be topped up. Unfortunately, errant petrol pump attendants often used this by mistake to fill the car with fuel, so this feature was dropped for 1973 making these `oil klapper` 911s very rare today. This LHD 1972 911 2.4S was originally supplied to Italy and finished in Sepia Brown with black interior. The original specification is confirmed by a Porsche certificate of authenticity supplied with the car and apart from the desirable period Recaro seats now fitted, it is still the original specification. Following a number of years in Italy, the car was purchased by a Dutch enthusiast and the documented history confirms it resided there until coming to the UK in 2001 where it was the subject of a comprehensive written report by marque speciali

    • Year: 1972
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.2 T

    £79,995 £79,995

    1970 Porsche 911 2.2T Coupe Introduced at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show the basic Porsche 911 design would run virtually unchanged for twenty-nine years. Ferdinand Porsche had been working on the design since the late fifties as a better performing replacement for the 356. 911’s today are still reminiscent of the iconic design. The Porsche 911 quickly became successful in competitive motorsport and history records it as one of the most successful campaigners of all time. From the 24 Hours of Le Mans, to grass-root motorsport, the 911 offered reliable performance in many guises. For 1970, the C-Series 911 was introduced with a larger bore to give a capacity of 2165cc, producing 125bhp and now badged as a "T". Alterations to suspension points improved the handling and feel to the steering. Offered for sale is this US specification 911T originally supplied into San Francisco on 01.07.1970. The car is finished in the classic colour combination of Silver metallic (colour code: 8080) with black interior. The car remained in the US until 2014 when a buyer from the UK commissioned classic car restorer, Troy Lundquist, to carry out an extensive restoration of the cars body, leaving a top en

    • Year: 1970
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 2.2 S

    £159,995 £159,995

    The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsches sports car programme in the late 60s and early 70s and for the 2.2S its iconic status was sealed when Steve McQueen used his road car in the opening scene of the film Le Mans in 1971. For many racing drivers, the 911 was the car of choice and with an increase to 2.2 litres, the 911S was now producing 180BHP at a heady 6,500RPM. It has the sweetest sounding engine at full chat and the 901 5 speed gearbox ensures you can keep on song at all times. This together with the light communicative steering ensures the 2.2S is a joy to drive and a firm favourite with 911 aficionados. We are pleased to o er this 1970 2.2S, finished in its original colour of light yellow (code 117) for sale. Supplied originally to the United States, it remained there until imported by a noted collector to the UK in 2008 before being acquired in 2009 by highly respected UK Porsche restorer Terry Allen for his own personal use. We are informed this 911 was always very solid, however given his profession, it was decided to give the car a full body and mechanical restoration to his typically high standards. A shakedown road test when completed to Bergerac without fault,

    • Year: 1970
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 930 Turbo

    £109,995 £109,995

    The iconic Porsche 930 Turbo remains one of the most recognised and popular of all 911's, and introducing the world to the widest bodied 911 to date, with performance to match, it really was the beginning of all things turbo charged in the world of Porsche. The 930 Turbo was very much regarded as a supercar of the Seventies and Eighties that was loved by many for its wide rear arches and its phenomenal performance figures. Unbelievably this 930 Turbo Coupe has only covered a mere 43,900 miles since 1987, an average of just over 1,500 miles each year. The original service book is still retained with the car and shows a total of 10 service stamps over the years. This 4-speed 930 Turbo was originally supplied into Porsche Aachen Germany and has only recently come into the UK. This example was supplied new on the 5th of February 1987 with the following option codes: Heated seats, higher amperage battery, locking differential, passenger side mirror convex, and sunroof. This fine example is finished in Marine Blue, paint code L35V, with a beautiful linen leather interior. The headlining is still taught and seats bolsters don’t show any signs of significant wear. Viewing this iconic Porsc

    • Year: 1987
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 RS 3.0 Evocation

    £99,995 £99,995

    Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.0L Evocation (1974) In 1974, after the huge success of the 911 2.7RS, Porsche pushed the homologation regulations to the limits to develop 3.0L, adding new bodywork such as the now iconic wide rear arches and ‘whale tail’. 917 brakes were also fitted to the 3.0L to provide sufficient stopping power for the now, 230hp engine. With 59 road-going examples and only 6 of which were RHD, this makes the 1974 911 Carrera RS 3.0 one the rarest Rennsport 911’s available. This Evocation we have for sale, started life as a Porsche 911 2.7 MFI manufactured in 1973, first registered in 1974 and still retains its original 2.7 911/83 RS spec engine. Being a period correct car, it was the perfect basis for the recreation of a 3.0L RS. Respected specialist Autofarm, were entrusted with the work circa 1992, and their knowledge of the original cars ensured many period correct features were incorporated during the build. Notable upgrades include: 930 Brake Calipers/ 930 Rear trailing arms/ Turbo track-rod ends/ Bilstein dampers front and rear/braided brake lines/adjustable pedal box/ front mounted Setrab oil cooler/ aluminium strut brace/ colour coded 8x15 and 9x15 Fuchs style

    • Year: 1974
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera

    £49,995 £49,995

    1985 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Sport Coupe The eighties were fantastic times for Porsche and the 911 was a desirable sports car that unlike most of its rivals could genuinely be used every day. For the 1984 model year the iconic Carrera name was to be seen on a standard 911 for the first time and with a new 3.2 litre engine would now comfortably exceed 150mph. The 911 Carrera `Sport` featured front and rear spoilers, 16 inch Fuchs wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers and sports seats as standard. Finished in Guards Red with Porsche logo interior, this example was supplied new on 18.01.1985 through Lancaster garages ltd (now Porsche centre Colchester) and is still in its original factory specification, including the original book pack together with matching service book and under bonnet specification sticker still in place. This example has only covered a mere 48,900 miles from new, averaging just over 1,500 miles per year since delivery! This is a car we have known for a while, having sold it to its previous owner in 2013 and looking after it ever since. A really sharp looking 80s 911 that drives as well as it looks complete with a Porsche/Specialist service history. With summer just aro

    • Year: 1985
    For sale
  • Porsche 911

    £143,989 £143,989

    Variant name:TURBO S EXCLUSIVE GB EDITION PDK ,Derivative:991 ,Variant: Turbo S Exclusive GB Edition PDK PCCB, Elec Sunroof, Adaptive Front Splitter, Navigation, 20" Sport Classic Alloy Wheels Gloss Black, Crested Wheel Centres, Bi-Xenon Headlamps with Powerwash, Illuminated Door Entry Sills, Contrast Stitching, Carbon Centre Console, Upper Dash and Door Trims, Embossed Headrests, 18 Way Memory Adaptive Sport Seats, Heated Seats, BOSE Audio, DAB Radio, Bluetooth & Media, Reverse Camera, Parktronic Fr & Rr, Cruise Control, PDCC, 1 of just 40 Built. Full Porsche Main Dealer Service History. P/x Welcome.

    • Year: 2014
    • Mileage: 1000 mi
    • Engine size: 3.8
    For sale
  • Porsche 911


    Located at Our Romford Showroom, Black Leather, One Owner. Panoramic Glass Roof, Sport Chrono Pack Plus, PCM 3, Touch Screen Sat Nav, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Electric Heated Sports Seats with Crested Headrests, DAB Radio, Universal Media Interface, Bose Sound, Dynamic Cornering Bi-Xenon Headlamps, Park Distance Control, LED Daytime Driving Lights, PASM Porsche Active Suspension Management, PTV Plus, Alcantara Roof Lining, Carbon Illuminated Entry Sills, Electric Steering Column, Clear Rear Lenses, Tyre Pressure Monitor, Top Tint Screen, Sports Steering Wheel inc Gear Shift Paddles and 20" 911 Turbo S Alloys. Vat Qualifying. We Can Supply Vat Free for Export Admin Fee Applies. Full Porsche Service History inc Recent Major Service inc Discs and Pads. www.imperials.co.uk ------ Please call us to Confirm which of our 3 Essex Showrooms your desired vehicle is located at before travelling to see us, Everyone of Our Cars Goes Through Our In House Work Shop Prior to Sale by Our Fully Qualified and Experienced Technicians - Buy with Confidence, For up to 20 images of this vehicle and an Instant Finance Quote please view www.imperials.co.uk, For Out of Office Hours Enquiries please

    • Year: 2014
    • Mileage: 40000 mi
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Clubsport

    £84,950 £84,950

    A great car in fantastic condition. We know the car extremely well as it has been personally owned since only a few months old by a Director of the business. We can attest to the fact that it has been fastidiously maintained, never crashed or had any paintwork and it has a clean rev range printout recently conducted by Porsche West London. It is finished in Carrara White with Black Nomex factory bucket seats and full Clubsport specification. Further spec includes PCM Nav and optional harnesses. It has very good service history having been serviced initially by Porsche then with acknowledged GT3 / RS experts Fearnsport subsequently. It has had only 2 owners from new, the most recent since 2008, and comes with its original service book, handbooks and other documentation. A lovely original example ready for a new home. For further information or to arrange a viewing, please feel free to call or email us. If you would like to know more about this vehicle, please contact us

    • Year: 2007
    • Mileage: 39500 mi
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Sport Targa

    £39,995 £39,995

    The 3.2-litre powerplant fires up at first turn of the key, and idles up to temperature perfectly. On the road this example feels mechanically sound, tight and responsive, with good power delivery. The five-speed G50 gearbox remains feeling smooth and precise to operate, changing through the gears with ease. Since 2006 this example has been maintained solely by Chris Turner Porsche specialists.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 120565 mi
    For sale
  • 991 GT3

    £125,900 £125,900

    Features 991 GT3 First Registered During November 2014 Originally Supplied By Porsche Centre Cambridge Porsche Warranty Until November 2018 Carrara White Black Leather With Alcantara Front Axle Lift Sports Chrono Package Plus Porsche Track App Carbon Folding Buckets PCM Navigation Module PCM Telephone Module Sound Package Plus Tyre Pressure Monitoring Air Conditioning Bi-Xenon Lighting System 20” GT3 Alloy Wheel Wheels Painted Black Carbon Door Sill Guards Centre console Trim In Carbon Automatically Dimming Interior and Exterior Mirrors Rear Axle Steering Steering Column With Mechanical Height and Reach Adjustment PASM Electronic Damper Control PADM Dynamic Engine Mounts. Registered: 2014 (64) Owners: 3 Miles: 9,977 Colour: Carrara White Interior: Black Leather/Alcantara BHP: 475 Print Details Enquire Part Exchange

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  • Porsche 911 2.0 Coupé Bordeaux '68

    €75,950(£66,843.60) €75,950(£66,843.60)

    Lowered price from €95.000 - > €75.950 The Porsche 911 (pronounced as Nine Eleven or German: Neunelfer) is the flagship of the current lineup of Porsche. It is a two-door grand tourer made by Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany. It has a distinctive design, rear-engined and with independent rear suspension, an evolution of the swing axle on the Porsche 356. Since its introduction in 1963, it has undergone continuous development, though the basic concept has remained little changed. The engine was air-cooled until the introduction of the Type 996 in 1998. Throughout its lifetime, the 911 has been modified by private teams and by the factory itself for racing, rallying and other forms of automotive competition. It is among the most successful competition cars ever. In the mid-1970s, naturally aspirated 911 Carrera RSRs won major world championship sports car races such as Targa Florio, Daytona, Sebring and Nürburgring, even against prototypes. The 911-derived 935 turbo also won the coveted 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979. In the 1999 international poll for the award of Car of the Century, the 911 came fifth. It is one of two in the top five that had remained continuously in production (the

    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 74564 mi
    For sale
  • Porsche 911 Turbo 930 Flatnose

    £125,000 £125,000

    About this Porsche 911 Turbo 930 Flatnose Porsche offered a "Flatnose" or "Slantnose" 930 (Flachbau) under the Special Order Program (Sonderwunschprogramm) beginning in 1981. An otherwise normal 930 with a 935-style Slantnose instead of the normal 911 front end, each unit was handcrafted by re-modelling the front wings, bumpers and bonnet. So few were built that the Slantnose units often commanded a premium price; an initial premium of up to 60 per cent (highly individualised cars even more) over the standard price was not uncommon. We understand that 948 units were built. For the 1985 Model Year, Porsche re-introduced the 930 to the Japanese and U.S. markets and in 1986 with an emission-controlled engine producing 282 Horsepower. At the same time Porsche introduced Targa and Cabriolet variants, both of which proved popular. Our example Cabriolet in gleaming Black (A1V9) was initially imported by University Porsche, Audi Washington DC and supplied to the market by Champion Porsche Pompano Beach, Florida on 24th February 1989. By September that year this 930 had been imported to the UK. Acquired by its last keeper from Rivervale Porsche of Hove in November 1995 with less than 20,000

    • Mileage: 42000 mi
    For sale

    £16,450 £16,450


    • Mileage: 81000 mi
    • Engine size: 3.6
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  • Porsche 911

    £25,990 £25,990

    Variant name:[996] Carrera 4 Cabriolet S ,Derivative:S ,Variant: 2dr S Tiptronic S, Wide Body, Hard Top, 18 Inch Turbo Alloys, Red Calipers, PCM Navigation, GSM Telephone, Heated Electric Front Seats, Rear Park Assist, Climate Control Multi award-winning prestige car dealership John Holland is delighted to offer for sale this sale this beautiful Porsche 911 996 Carrera 4S Tiptronic Cabriolet. Sporting a lovely specification and presented in outstanding condition this highly desirable Porsche has all the attributes the discerning purchaser should be looking for. Finished in Basalt Black Metallic with Black Hood and complimented with Full Black Sports Leather Upholstery. Specification includes Hard Top, 18" Turbo Alloy Wheels with Red Calipers, PCM Navigation, GSM Telephone, Electric Front Seats with Drivers Memory, Heated Seats, Rear Park Assist, Climate Control, 3 Spoke Leather Steering Wheel, Trip computer plus much more. Also Benefiting from a Great Service History completed by 911 SBO Ltd on 23/06/06 at 24371 Miles and again on 01/07/09 at 39275 Miles, Porschtek on 11/08/11 at 48840 Miles, MB Services on 16/01/13 at 52610 Miles and finally by ourselves on 29/02/16 at 64079 Miles and recently on 20/06/17 at 65681 Miles. Supplied with 2 keys all original owners manuals. John Holland has been established for over 40 years supplying a premium level of service in the sale of sports, prestige and collectors cars. We have a team of experienced buyers who hand pick our cars from all parts of the uk so you can buy with confidence all vehicles are HPI Clear and prepared to the highest standard, full dealer facilities available call the sales team for further information.

    • Year: 2004
    • Mileage: 65712 mi
    • Engine size: 3.6
    For sale
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