You can almost hear it chuckling to itself as you really begin to use it. - Porsche
When people think of a classic Porsche, they often envision an F-model. Chrome bumpers, a cute 2.0 boxer roar and a snout to fall in love with. Now that Sixties Porsches have become so expensive, you might almost put on a velvet glove.
That's not what Uncle Ferry designed the 911 for. It's logical that a lot of folks are looking beyond that. When you put them side by side, though, it's a really fun comparison. Take a 911S from the late 1960s or this 911S from early days of the G model. Chrome accents, check. Nice seventies interior, check. 175HP, check. 2.7 block from the famous RS, check. Improved technology, and people are starting to become more and more fans of nice harmonica bumpers. An absolutely delicious investment property and say it yourself, pretty red is not ugly!
Ours? She deserves some TLC for the upcoming miles however with a sunroof and lovely Fuchs rims. 175 HP on the back legs which promises the owner a grimace from ear to ear on an autumn morning. A beautiful classic where you need to feel a little less guilty if she is left outside overnight. Ready for a new owner with slick sunglasses. Will you come by soon for a test drive? The new Porsche; born out of racing championships. - Porsche 197