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The classic Porsche 911 shape of the 911 Since its introduction in 1963, a Porsche 911 for sale has become an icon and permanent fixture in the makeup of the Stuttgart brand. Built as a larger, more comfortable, and powerful successor of the first cars, the 911 originally sported a flat, four-cylinder, boxer-style, air-cooled engine, which was switched out for an air-cooled flat-six, which remained a fixture until 1998. While many versions of the 911 have emerged over the years, they have all been based on a few basic platforms. In 1999, the German car company continued building its cars with the flat-six engine, but introduced a liquid-cooled system much to brand purists' and critics' skepticism. Before the introduction of the liquid engine cooling system, engineers turbocharged and modified engines in the 911 turbo and leaner, race-only versions like the RSR, which came in second in the 1974 24 Hours of Le Mans. 



In 1967, the 911 Targa was introduced to the lineup. Preserving the rear window and a rollbar, the new design opted for removable roof panels to give drivers and passengers an open-air driving experience. This body style has been available in most, but not all of the 911 variations, some looking more like an oversized retractable sunroof option than the original open structure.


In 1973, the Carrera name was first applied to the Porsche 911, in reference to the brand's success at the Panamericana races in Mexico during the 1950s. Carreras with the RS or RSR designation were tailored for track-day or race-specific variations of 911s. In 1990 the first four-wheel-drive production 911 was introduced and manufactured in the form of the 911 Carrera 4. With improved traction and control this derivation of the 911 has taken the model to another level of competence and possibility.


The 911 has integrated progress and ease of use since the early 911s left the factory. Five years after the 911 was introduced to the public, German engineers built its first automatic transmission, dubbed the Sportomatic. This early semi-automatic gearbox lived until 1980. In 1990 the Tiptronic semi-automatic gearbox took over, and in 2013, the PKD F-1 style dual-clutch seven-speed affair was added to the lineup, improving the acceleration of the already fast 911 even further.



For those interested in buying a new or used Porsche 911, we have a wide selection for sale in a variety of body types and trim levels.


There are some highly desirable and valuable collector’s items that Porsche Classic has built. The true car enthusiasts know everything about it because the old Porsche 911 still appears as unique as when it was launched back in 1963. That’s why the market still offers a wide range of classic modified Porsche 911 for sale. Interested buyers can even find the last model of 911 turbo air-cooled Porsche for sale. Here’s a complete overview of the Porsche 911 classic.


The predecessor of the original Porsche 911 was the Porsche 365, and from the outside perspective, the 911 earns the respect of many sports car enthusiasts. Its prototype was unveiled in 1963 at the Frankfurt IAA Motor Show as 901. Later on, a year later, it was renamed 911 when it was launched to the market.


After ten years of 911’s premier, a best-seller 911 G model went into production. It was the first thorough makeover of 911, and it went on from 1973-1989, which makes it longer than any other series of Porsche 911. It came with innovative design features such as prominent bellows bumpers to meet the latest standards of the USA crash test.


In 1988 Porsche 911 came with an all-wheel-drive as Carrera 4 (964). It was the result of the radical revision, and it had 85 percent of the parts, which made 964 Carrera a sustainable and modern car at that time.


The 993 internal design number of 911 is still known as one true love of sports car enthusiasts. The 993 was the very first model with a newly styled aluminum chassis with the first bi-turbo engine.


The 1997 model 996 of 911 resulted in a major turning point by retaining all of its classic properties. At the same time, it was an entirely new experience because of its water-cooled flat engine.


Porsche 911 new-generation models of 2004 were 911 Carrera S and 911 Carrera, internally known as 997. It was not all about style, but the main focus of this car was an individual performance, which makes it one of the most desired vintage 911s.


The 2011 models are internally known as 991, and it came with the longest technological leap in the overall Porsche 911 history. It came with a modified wheelbase, entirely new chassis, and a 911 wide body. It is one of the best custom Porsche 911 for sale that car enthusiasts look forward to purchasing.


In 2013, the Porsche 911 added another member to the family, the new Targa, and then the 2015 new Porsche 911. The history is still being written, but after 2011, the look that vintage car enthusiasts love faded.


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