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1971 PORSCHE 911T TARGA

1959 PORSCHE 356A 1600 CABRIOLET BY REUTTER

The 356 was created by Ferdinand “Ferry” Porsche, son of Ferdinand Porsche Senior. Originally conceived as a small, lightweight sports car that shared the design characteristics of the Porsche-designed Volkswagen Beetle that was developed before World War II. Believed to have taken its name from being the three hundred and…

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1960 PORSCHE 356B ROADSTER

Porsche’s popular 356 Roadster was introduced for the 1960 model year as a replacement for the one-year-only Convertible D, the Speedster’s more civilized successor. The new T-5 Roadster brought several marked changes in appearance. The front fenders and headlamps were raised, as were both the front and rear bumpers to…

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1986 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2 SUNROOF COUPE

Introduced in 1984, the Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 replaced the 911 SC with coupe, Targa, and cabriolet body styles as available options. Fitted with a new 3.2-liter flat six-cylinder with Bosh L-Jetronic fuel injection, its power was rated at 231 bhp. These cars were regularly updated throughout their production run,…

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1976 PORSCHE 914 2.0 TARGA

Porsche debuted the 914 at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1969. From then until 1976, the 914 was extraordinarily low and smooth looking in its appearance. The roomy interior allowed comfortable seating for two tall adults with few restrictions. Ample storage is provided by utilizing storage compartments both under the…

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1960 PORSCHE 356B 1600 CABRIOLET

Because of their high level of finish and many luxurious amenities, Porsche cabriolets were quite expensive. The 356 B 1600 Normal Cabriolet carried a base price of $3,962 FOB New York, according to a 1960 price list from Hoffman Motors, the New York importer. That was about a hundred dollars…

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1968 PORSCHE 911 2.0 COUPE

A couple of years after Porsche began to phase out its 356 in favor of the all-new 911, an eagerly awaited higher-performance variant debuted. The 911 arrived late in 1966 with a host of engine modifications that boosted power output from 130 to 160 hp. Beefier ventilated disc brakes were…

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1988 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2

The Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 coupe is one of the most desirable Porsches ever produced. The body style is classic and sleek and screams “aerodynamically sound.” It retains the classic 911 look and is an absolute thrill to drive. There is no feeling comparable to handling the air-cooled 911 at…

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1987 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2 ‘FACTORY TURBO LOOK WIDE-BODY’ CABRIOLET

As is always the case with the many Porsche 911 series, the limited-edition variants are the most sought-after by collectors. In the case of the Carrera 3.2, the first of these was the M491 option – officially called the ‘Supersport’ but commonly known as the ‘Turbo Look’. Introduced in 1984,…

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1953 PORSCHE 356 PRE-A

Simple, clean, elegant, and understated: that would describe the aerodynamic little Porsche 356 coupe of the early to mid-1950s. While still utilizing some parts and design concepts originally created for the humble Volkswagen Beetle, by 1953 the 356 showed clear signs of the steady development and evolution demanded by Porsche’s…

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1989 PORSCHE 911 TURBO 5-SPEED CABRIOLET

It goes without saying that the 911 Turbo is a highly important automobile for Porsche. Not only was it the first street-legal automobile to feature turbocharging, a technology that had previously only been utilized on race cars, but it also confirmed that the 911 could compete with the higher-horsepower cars…

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1989 PORSCHE 928 S4 CABRIOLET

Introduced by Porsche as the intended replacement for the 911, the 928 attempted to lure 911 buyers as a sporty grand tourer, offering exciting performance, seating for four, and space for a weekend’s worth of luggage. Practical enough to be used as a daily driver, the 928 was offered in…

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1989 PORSCHE 911 TURBO CABRIOLET

It goes without saying that the 911 Turbo is a highly important automobile for Porsche. Not only was it the first street-legal automobile to feature turbocharging, a technology that had previously only been utilized on race cars, but it also confirmed that the 911 could compete with the higher-horsepower cars…

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1956 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER REPLICA BY BECK

This incredible re-creation Porsche 356A speedster is finished in stunning le mans blue over a white interior with a matching folding convertible top. This Beck/Porsche speedster was special ordered in this extremely desirable color combination and fitted with factory air conditioning. This magnificent example was built by world-renowned coach builder…

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1957 PORSCHE 356A SPEEDSTER REPLICA

This magnificent re-creation Porsche 356A Speedster is finished in gorgeous dark green metallic over a Cognac leather interior and matching convertible top. This exquisite example was built by world-renowned coach builder Beck. There are many builders of Porsche speedster replicas, however, Beck is at the top of the list as…

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1973 1/2 PORSCHE 911T TARGA SPORTOMATIC COUPE

The 1973 model year marked the final production of the classic “long-hood” Porsche 911, as new legislation enacted in the United States would necessitate the installation of more robust impact bumpers and bring about the G-body 911 era. Prior to this development, Porsche had introduced several updates to their famed…

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