Used Porsches for sale:

- 997 (2005–2011)
Porsche 997 Carrera S Cabriolet Tiptronic '05 76,000km €55,997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera S Cabriolet Tiptronic '05 76,000km €55,997,-

In the 997, many people seek the look of a 911, yet updated to the present, featuring the beautiful broad backside and famed round headlights up front, and all in combination with the latest version of Porsche's water-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine. In the Carrera S version, this 3.8 ltr. engine delivers a robust 355hp; when the roof is down, she looks like a rocket...in 5.2 seconds one can go from 0 to 100 km/h, while ultimately reaching speeds as fast as 293km/h. But you can also drive to the supermarket in comfort, as the 997 is renowned for its all-roundness. This Carrera S Cabriolet has a beautifully stylish look, and was acquired from the second owner. The S version has the ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera Coupe '04 98.000km €39.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera Coupe '04 98.000km €39.997,-

Niet voor niets is het type 997 de best verkochte 911 ooit. Superieure techniek, van ingenieurs die inmiddels vijftig jaar werken aan het perfectioneren van het icoon, in combinatie met stijlelementen van de veel geprezen 993. Dat wil zeggen mooi brede heupen in combinatie met de zo herkenbare ronde 911 koplampen. Voeg daar aan toe dat de auto inmiddels voorzien is van de modernste veiligheids-voorzieningen waardoor 'die motor achterin' u ook niet meer verrast. Zeer terecht wordt de 911 jaar in jaar uit uitgeroepen tot de beste all-round sportauto. In deze stijlvolle kleurstelling in combinatie met een optielijst die zomaar de € 20.000,- overschreed bij aanschaf een bijzondere 997 ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera S Coupe PDK '09 98,000km

Porsche 997 Carrera S Coupe PDK '09 98,000km

The spectacularly successful Porsche 997 underwent a face-lift in 2008. Visually, little changed, except for most noticeably the addition of LED lighting situated at the front and rear. The much more spectacular news was that Porsche had implemented an automatic dual-clutch gearbox in a series for the first time. In fact, the 997 features two jointly mounted semi-automatics that are remotely controlled by hand via buttons on the steering wheel, each also having a clutch. From this comes the acronym PDK, which stands for ‘Porsche Doppel Kupplung’. The second gearbox sets the subsequent acceleration, while the first gearbox is fixed via the dual clutch; when the one clutch is disenga ...

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- 996 (1997–2005)
Porsche 996 Turbo Coupe Manual '01 NL-auto 94.000km €58.996,-

Porsche 996 Turbo Coupe Manual '01 NL-auto 94.000km €58.996,-

There is a carnival in virtually every Dutch city and town…but only once a year. And even a trip to Disneyland is no quick fix, because to experience ultimate speed sensations you must stand in line for hours on end. Instead, you can have your own carnival-ride at your fingertips, parked in your garage, for enjoyably relieving stress, yet also with a practical function. And all this you can do in safest way possible in the modern automotive industry, thanks to the four-wheel drive, Porsche Stability Management and six airbags – all of which is more than enough to give you a good alibi at home. Those in the know understand that the 996 Turbo - together with the GT3 – features the ex ...

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- 993 (1993–1998)
Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Coupe '96 145,000km €67,993,-

Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Coupe '96 145,000km €67,993,-

We take it for granted that a contemporary Porsche comes equipped with electronics that prevent this rear-engine sports car from making mischievous maneuvers when cornering. But in the air-cooled era, matters were quite different: four-wheel drive, combined with airbags, was the height of safety. And of course the 993 was the safest of all air-cooled Porsches, thanks to its supporting technologies, including multi-link suspension allowing for tightly hugging the road, even wet surfaces, and the smartly traction-position four-wheel drive system. Nevertheless, sales were limited, perhaps owing to the steep purchase price. At a then selling price of 265,000 Dutch guilders, this was de ...

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Porsche 993 Turbo '96 122,000km €135,993,-

Porsche 993 Turbo '96 122,000km €135,993,-

Here one finds the perfection of the air-cooled 911 Turbo, in this the last of the series before water-cooling took over. Equipped with four-wheel drive to ensure the 408hpk engine behaves responsibly, while of course also helping to keep the 911’s tail under control under the force of the mighty engine. This model features a rather remarkable technological change: two turbos instead of one, with the two smaller turbos delivering the same power and speed as one large turbo. Consequently, this model is also often called the 993 Bi-Turbo. Technologically, there was even more: as standard a 993 Turbo has an active locking differential, viscous-coupling for the front and rear wheel dri ...

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Porsche 993 Carrera Coupe '94 100.400km

Porsche 993 Carrera Coupe '94 100.400km

Porsche’s perfection of the air-cooled 911 was introduced in 1993 in the 993, a sports car of unrivaled build quality and superior handling. Moreover, the air-cooled boxer engine produces an engine sound that simply perfects the driving experience. Porsche aficionados know all about these positive attributes however, which makes the 993 a very highly sought-after classic sports car, although the driving characteristics certainly cannot be deemed classic. With extremely precise steering and a 911 multilink suspension, the car handles like a modern sports car that is seemingly driving on rails. With 272hp at the back, one experiences the finest in pure sportive car driving. For those ...

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Porsche 993 Carrera 2S Tiptronic '97 140,000km €79,993,-

Porsche 993 Carrera 2S Tiptronic '97 140,000km €79,993,-

One of the rarest Porsche's from the late air-cooled era of the Carrera S. Under the capacious cloak of the 993 Turbo, the Carrera S is a feast for the eyes, especially the sexy rear end of this lovely model that delights aficionados. Visually, the Carrera S clearly stands out from the 'normal' 993, as well as the 4S, thanks in part to the two-piece split grille in the electrically retractable rear spoiler. The body and front and rear bumpers are like those on the Turbo, but without the flamboyant fixed wing, with which one risks divorce or henceforth a life spent driving alone. Only 3,500 Carrera S’s were built and hence one rarely sees one offered for sale. Rarity is a prerequisi ...

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Porsche 993 Targa Manual '97 €45.993,-

Porsche 993 Targa Manual '97 €45.993,-

Een van de meest zeldzame youngtimer Porsche's is de 993 Targa. Er werden totaal ongeveer 3700 gebouwd waarvan ruim minder dan de helft met een handgeschakelde zes-bak. En dat is uiteraard nu juist de leukste variant. Natuurlijk is uw belangstelling vooral gebaseerd op de fun-factor die deze Porsche biedt, tegelijkertijd zijn zeldzaamheid én de aantrekkelijke prijs eveneens een belangrijke motivatie. Deze 993 Targa verkopen wij op verzoek van een klant, hij heeft een zakelijke reden om niet meer te investeren in de cosmetische aandacht die de auto behoeft. Er zijn beschadigingen op de bumpers en een aantal kleinere gebruikssporen op de carrosserie. De linkerstoel behoeft aandacht, ...

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- 964 (1989–1993)
Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Cabriolet '90 131,000km

Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Cabriolet '90 131,000km

The headlight design of the original, combined with modern comforts, like power-steering and climate control, are among the reasons for the 964’s enduring popularity. Moreover, she is driver-friendly, while also featuring the characteristic engine sound that only an air-cooled Porsche can make, which is a beautiful sound that can only be truly appreciated when one has electrically and fully automatically put the top down. The sympathetic looking 964 has since become a highly sought after classic car. With a limited production run, only those that have been really well-maintained are worth purchasing. Such models are therefore extremely difficult to find, especially those that in a ...

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Porsche 964 Turbo Coupe 3.3/3.6 '91 €119,965,-

Porsche 964 Turbo Coupe 3.3/3.6 '91 €119,965,-

The 911 with factory code 964 is the last air-cooled Porsche with the original and eminently characteristic silhouette, distinctive for the ‘torpedo tube' fitted headlights and a unique 911roofline seemingly created by a single pen stroke: the profile has virtually remained unchanged since 1964. Technically, however, the 964 was completely revised, following the 911 3.2 Carrera. Or, to be precise, 89% of the 964’s components were newly developed and applied in the car. That Porsche, owing to financial and time constraints, could not always do its best with a newly developed engine, was ‘recently’ demonstrated with the introduction of the 911’s water-cooled engines. Which is why a 9 ...

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Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Coupe '92 54,000km

Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Coupe '92 54,000km

Although very little oil comes out of the ground in Dubai, the city is part of the United Arab Emirates and therefore has a vast number of extremely rich residents. Thanks to the country’s strategic location, trade and tourism, great wealth started to amass there in the early 1990s. That sudden wealth can come quickly was witnessed in Moscow some ten years earlier, where the Porsches were double-parked. Dubai has long been one of the most interesting export regions for Porsche. Anyone who has ever been there understands that driving a sports car in Dubai can be fun, although for the sandbox surrounding the city, a Landcruiser is most appropriate. Porsches are usually purchased as s ...

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Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet '91 €55,964,-

Porsche 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet '91 €55,964,-

Finally, a dark blue 964 Cabriolet in our collection. The 964 is the last 911 that follows the ‘original design’, featuring the world-famous headlights and plenty of modern amenities, including power steering, ABS, electric cabriolet top and air conditioning, all of which makes the 964 a much wanted sports car. In stylish Midnight Blu Metallic, combined with a dark blue cabriolet top and dark blue leather interior, this is a highly desirable model. Naturally, all is as it should and must be, hence undamaged, and with all maintenance well documented in the original service booklet, including that recently done. Sportive drivers esteem the Carrera 2 for her light and responsive handl ...

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- 3.2 Carrera (1984–1989)
Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupe '84 147,000km

Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupe '84 147,000km

Porsche launched the 3.2 Carrera to mark the 911’s twentieth anniversary. An improvement over the SC, as Porsche was constantly developing the 911, with the main improvements over its predecessor being the enhanced engine power, stronger brakes and greater comfort. The body received even better galvanization, the chairs more supportive thanks to a deeper seating position, and a modified heating system. Experts know that the 3.2 Carrera’s build quality is the best of the 911 series. We have customers who have driven these cars for more than 300,000km without requiring servicing. This car has only 147,000km on the odometer, so this Carrera still has a wealth of driving pleasure to of ...

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Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe '84 72,000km €129,930,-

Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe '84 72,000km €129,930,-

The Porsche 911 was one of the first series-produced cars to come equipped with a Turbo that proved to be a genuine commercial success. Porsche was the first company capable of properly cultivating the application of a Turbo and allowing it to function stably. Porsche had previously used Turbos in auto racing, and in order to gain approval for this purpose a series of 400 lightweight Turbo 911’s was planned for production. Initially, this was to be a lightweight racing car, but then the FIA decided to change its admission rules. The car as intended, with Turbo, would not be permitted to race and hence the design seemed destined for the trashcan. However, some people thought it coul ...

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Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupé '86 NL-auto €53.911,-

Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupé '86 NL-auto €53.911,-

Origineel Nederlands geleverde Porsche 3.2 Carrera Coupe uit 1986. Voor een goede klant door ons optisch en deels technisch gerestaureerd. Originele kleur Platin Metallic. Schade- en roestvrij. Een uitgebreide beschrijving volgt zo spoedig mogelijk.

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Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupe G50 '88 Overhauled engine and technic

Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupe G50 '88 Overhauled engine and technic

Isn’t she lovely? Among the most beautiful colors for a 911 3.2 Carrera. And she is not only beautiful, because, as you know, what looks good on the outside may still sometimes cause problems. But this is your dream, beautiful looking with a heart of gold. And in this case, a beauty that even comes with a passport in the form of a thick folder of invoices and complete service history. But joking aside, I’ve rarely had the pleasure of offering such a stunning and well-maintained 911 3.2 Carrera. This then is a G50 Carrera with an exceedingly smooth-shifting gearbox and hydraulic clutch. A 911 that is comparable to one but five years old - the ultimate proof that with careful use, pr ...

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- 911 SC (1978-1983)
Porsche 911 SC Coupe '82 €52,911,-

Porsche 911 SC Coupe '82 €52,911,-

Back in 1978, Porsche’s management was doubting whether production of the 911 should continue or be replaced by the 944 and 928. Today, we all know what decision they made, and the 911SC is the direct result. In the late 1980s a second version of the SC emerged, with the engine power increased from 180hp to 204hp. Moreover, many aspects of the car had been continuously improved, resulting in the most coveted SC, built in 1983, the final year of production. The engine’s crankcase halves were already from the 3.2 Carrera. Worn molds, in which the SC crankcases were cast, forced Porsche to use parts that it had earmarked for the next model, and this is perhaps one reason why the SC is ...

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Porsche 911 SC Targa '78 beautifully restored €55,911,-

Porsche 911 SC Targa '78 beautifully restored €55,911,-

Last year I sold a 911SC Targa on behalf of a client who had bought it sight unseen in the USA. And a very sound car it was, no rust, never in an accident, and all the necessary mechanical work done. I sent the car for restoration, although this was a tough decision, as a complete restoration was certainly not required, although the car did need to be repainted and reequipped with new rubbers. Mechanically, the gearbox required revision, the clutch needed renewing, and a thorough servicing was performed. The entire brake system was revised. One of the photos shows an overview of the completed work. The car was bought from me by a Porsche aficionado who derived more pleasure finding ...

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Porsche 911 SC Targa '80 139,000km €52,911,-

Porsche 911 SC Targa '80 139,000km €52,911,-

From August 1977 to August 1978 (Porsche’s production year starts in August), 1,729 911SC Targa’s were built, which amounts to only 33 cars per week. Compare that to today, when Porsche builds more than 2,000 cars per week.... How rare by comparison then is a beautifully preserved Targa with only 139,000km on the odometer? A rare find it is indeed. Virtually impossible to find nowadays, especially in this mint condition. Even the original maintenance booklet comes with the car. Although the body was originally galvanized back in 1978, these older 911's remain prone to serious rusting. This car however is an exception. The 911 Targa is a safe and comfortable model for convertible dr ...

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Klassiekers (tot 1978)
Porsche 356 B Coupe '62 €64,950,-

Porsche 356 B Coupe '62 €64,950,-

Only a few cars dating from the post-WWII period garner as much sympathy as the iconic Porsche 356. Every ride in this car is an experience, owing to all the ‘thumbs up' one receives along the way. The 356 B T5 was the last model to have the single grill in the hood, while also being the technologically superior successor to the previous A series. The B version with single grill is the rarest of the series. This 356 B was born in the Reutter's factory in 1962, a company that Porsche and Karmann subcontracted in order to meet the relatively high production demand. Porsche built and assembled the engine and gearbox. Many 356s were subsequently exported to America, as was this car, so ...

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Porsche 356 C Cabriolet '65 €119,950,-

Porsche 356 C Cabriolet '65 €119,950,-

The iconic Porsche 356 C, with the 75hp engine, disc brakes and cabriolet profile, is one the world famous Porsche brand’s most highly sought after classics. An ‘eye catcher’ that thrills everyone, not only car aficionados. This cabriolet was delivered new in 1965 to the Hahn family, of Stuggart, Germany, and in the 1980s was bought by the American actor Tom Skerritt, best known from his movies, M.A.S.H and Top Gun, who brought her sunny and dry southern California. He was inspired to buy the car after filming Top Gun, which also featured a 356. The car remained in the possession of Skerritt’s ex-wife until 1995, when it was brought to the Netherlands. The car comes with service in ...

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Porsche 911 2.7 Targa Rijkspolitie '77

Porsche 911 2.7 Targa Rijkspolitie '77

Herinnert u zich deze nog? Voor bestuurders van boven de veertig een legendarische verschijning die destijds zomaar in je achteruitkijkspiegel opdook of je vanaf de vluchtstrook waarschuwde voor een naderende file. Gevreesd en toch ook gerespecteerd, de speciale Porsche eenheid van de Rijkspolitie. Met de gedachte zo'n twintig kilometer harder dan het gemiddelde verkeer te rijden, en daarmee te verrassen, begonnen begin jaren de zestig de Duitsers met het veiliger maken van hun Autobahn. Er vielen begin jaren zestig al 1600 verkeersdoden per jaar in Nederland dus dat was hard nodig. De Nederlandse Rijkspolitie vernam het succes van de snelle Porsche's en wilde dat ook. Sinds 1962 v ...

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Porsche 911 2.2 T Coupe '70 € 59,911,-

Porsche 911 2.2 T Coupe '70 € 59,911,-

In 1969, Porsche extended the wheelbase of the 911, which at that time had been in production for five years. This significantly improved the handling, and oversteering occurred much less rapidly. In late 1969, the cylinder capacity was also enhanced, increasing both the engine power and torque. The 911 was evolving and became a car that continuously drove better than before. The 2.2 version is popular among many aficionados with racing ambitions, as this car can participate in virtually every event, and technically is the most developed. For example, the age limit for the Tulip Rally, the oldest Dutch rally, is 1971. Some exceptionally fine rpms on a sunny Sunday afternoon is also ...

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Porsche 911RS Recreation '73 €99,911,-

Porsche 911RS Recreation '73 €99,911,-

With a Rolex watch made in China, you know exactly what time it is, and such watches are often even more precise than the originals. The comparison stops there however, because anyway who has at least € 600,000 available to experience the 73er RS sensation? And who then dares to hit the gas pedal? Unfortunately, such sports cars usually disappear into the collections of the wealthy of this world or are cordoned off behind ropes in a museum. But now, for a considerably more reasonable amount of money, you too can enjoy the ultimate 911 experience of a ‘73 RS. Of course not for quite the same money as that modest Rolex, but more than €150,000 was invested into making this RS the subl ...

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Porsche 911 T 2.2 Coupe '70

Porsche 911 T 2.2 Coupe '70

Een zeldzaamheid, een 911 T uit 1970 waar zelfs het originele onderhoudsboekje en de volledige eigenaren historie van bekend is. Dat maakt een toch al zeer fraaie en technisch goede klassieke 911 extra interessant. Bovendien zijn de vroegere eigenaren beroemde mensen uit de Californische filmindustrie en dat maakt het ook weer nét iets leuker. Nieuw werd de auto in 1970 verkocht aan de producer van de beroemde televisie serie Cheers genaamd Richard Villarino. De tweede eigenaar was de ook bij het grote publiek bekende acteur Kevin Corcoran. Nu gaat de auto geen steek beter functioneren of minder roesten van een mooi eigenaren dossier, genoemde zaken zijn los daarvan in uitstekende ...

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Porsche 914 '72 €15,950,-

Porsche 914 '72 €15,950,-

Every car lover knows well the close family ties that have existed between Volkswagen and Porsche since their very first models. How the iconic 914 came to be however is a lesser known story, and one chock full of the common interests that Karmann, Volkswagen and Porsche had to serve. While Karmann was searching for a successor to the Karmann Ghia, Volkswagen was keen to expand its model range beyond the Beetle, and Porsche needed a model that could be price/technologically positioned below that of the 911. No one can serve multiple masters, however, and that also included the 914. Confusing marketing: was it actually a Porsche or a Volkswagen, and, additionally, the fact that the ...

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