The Porsche 911 classic, specifically from 1963 through the early 1970’s production years, was and is the desire of many a true classic sports car collector and Porsche enthusiast. Thankfully there are many good, well-maintained examples out there, as well as some would-be’s great for restoration projects.
Mechanically the Porsche 911 is next generation from the classic 356, and is renowned for the featured rear engine and being air-cooled. From its inception, the Porsche 911 made a name for itself in racing, rallying and automotive competition circuits. In fact, the original 911 series is often noted as one of the most successful competition cars, especially when the 911E, 911T, 911S are all included.
Finding the right Porsche 911 classic can be a long process, and separating poor quality cars from the best options can require numerous Google searches! With any buying or selling of classic Porsche, it’s imperative to thoroughly inspect the vehicle; corrosion damage, details like the battery tray in the front luggage compartment, the front wings under the headlight bezels, the rear arches and inner sills, the kidney bowls, and the front and rear window areas. Be sure to also ask for documentation, any repair or restoration records, and under all conditions, be sure to verify the engine and chassis numbers are correct.
Classic Porsche for sale? Looking to buy one of these beautiful cars? Save time and cut to the chase! Whether buying or selling, Beverly Hills Car Club would love to speak with you regarding your Porsche 911 classic! From half-completed restoration projects to the finest, mint condition Porsche classic, we buy and have a great selection in inventory.
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