Classic Driver Marketplace Essentials: Classic Porsche 911



Unveiled in 1963, Porsche’s 911 has constantly kept up with the times. A classic 911 may be even more desirable than the latest model but market conditions suggest that prices will continue to rise. There are plenty to choose from in the Classic Driver Marketplace.


Porsche 911 S



Early 2-litre 911s are now rare and highly collectable. The high performance 911 S, introduced in 1967, was the most sporting of the range. Here’s one you can buy now.. more >>


Porsche 911 2.4 S



Engine size and performance increased in the 1970s and the 911 S 2.4 came in with the 1972 Model Year. Even today, it’s still a quick car. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 E Targa



From 1965, the removable Targa roof, with built-in stainless steel rollover bar, was an alternative to the Coupé. Excellent original examples, however, are very hard to find. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 ‘G Series’



The ‘G Series’ 911, introduced in 1974, was a completely revised version, including impact-absorbing bumpers meeting US legislation. This ‘sleeper’ among classic 911s is a tempting alternative to the legendary 2.7 RS of 1973. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 ‘G Series’



For the connoisseur of classic 911 driving, the Carreras of the 1980s have always been extremely desirable, later 3.2-litre cars especially so. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0



Purists may prefer the naturally aspirated Carreras, but the king of the highway is perhaps the Porsche 911 Turbo. Early 3-litre Turbos, introduced in the mid 1970s, are extremely collectable. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Carrera 4 ‘964’



The 1989 Model Year saw a completely new and more civilised 911, codenamed 964 but retaining the distinctive traditional look. Comfortable and fast, there was a choice of 2wd or 4wd. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Carrera 4S ‘993’



Introduced in 1994, the 993 series was another major redevelopment of the 911 theme, with improved looks and driving characteristics. Very collectable, seen as the last of the traditional air-cooled classics. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet ‘996’



The Type 996 succeeded the traditional air-cooled models. Despite being a technical milestone, the older cars are still more highly valued by some, but the hour of the 996 will surely come, too. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


Porsche 911 Turbo ‘997’



The 911 Turbo simply got better and better over the years and those in the Type 997 range were no exception. Here’s one you can buy now... more >>


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