Used Porsches for sale:

- 991 (2011-present)
Porsche 991 Carrera S PDK Convertible '13 NL-car

Porsche 991 Carrera S PDK Convertible '13 NL-car

Driving the best sports car in the world topless, is the ultimate driving experience. When closed there are no differences from the coupe variant, but when opened the car truly looks sensational. On behalf of the active adjustable sports exhaust and the extreme shift times the 991 convertible treats your ears to a concert you will never grow tired of. When you also switch on the 'Sport Plus' mode, then not only does the exhaust note change, the complete car transforms from a comfortable touring car into a characterful sports car the 991 evidently is. The presence of a genuine 'launch control' enhances the sporty nature of the car even more, although you will never admit to have use ...

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Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybride 1st owner. '15

Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybride 1st owner. '15

Driving a Cayenne responsibly, it is possible; Petrol-Hybrid. Electric and yet an unlimited range, although the electric motor's primary goal is to support the petrol engine, which therefore averages 1 Liter to 15,5 kilometers. Which other 416bhp strong SUV is capable of combining performance and fuel efficiency. Especially when she drives this fantastic, which is mandatory for all cars with the Stuttgart derived badge. This was naturally not your main consideration; however it is good to see that you're still young at heart. Practical, safe, economical and economically justified, these are the rational facts which will make you feel fully convicted when she is parked in front of y ...

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Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid 1st owner. '15 €43.967,- excl. €53.200,- incl. VAT

Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid 1st owner. '15 €43.967,- excl. €53.200,- incl. VAT

Driving a Cayenne responsibly, it is possible; Petrol-Hybrid. Electric and yet an unlimited range, although the electric motor's primary goal is to support the petrol engine, which therefore averages 1 Liter to 15,5 kilometers. Which other 416bhp strong SUV is capable of combining performance and fuel efficiency. Especially when she drives this fantastic, which is mandatory for all cars with the Stuttgart derived badge. This was naturally not your main consideration; however it is good to see that you're still young at heart. Practical, safe, economical and economically justified, these are the rational facts which will make you feel fully convicted when she is parked in front of y ...

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Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe PDK 35.000km 1st owner. NL-car '15 €124.991,-

Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe PDK 35.000km 1st owner. NL-car '15 €124.991,-

As self-entitled petrolhead, your mother-in-law wishes you would just leave it there, you are probably familiar with the term 'supercar'. More than often these cars are hidden under a cover or a blanket in a secured garaged and painted in colours ambulance workers feel connected to. Above all not the type of car you will want to take to the shops or let alone use daily. With this out of the way, my question to you rests: "are you familiar with the all-round supercar?". A sports car that will always, under all weather conditions, for a quick errand or for a blast to the south of France, around town, or on the Autobahn can, and will, want to be your life partner. The only thing she a ...

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Porsche Cayenne V6 Petrol all major options '12 122.000km €34.950,-

Porsche Cayenne V6 Petrol all major options '12 122.000km €34.950,-

The best handling SUV is the Porsche Cayenne. Fitted with the strong V6 petrol engine with direct fuel injection and air-suspension the car offers suppleness, comfort, torque, and sportiness no other manufacturer can even come close to. It is a Porsche after all. For those who lust after an elevated seating position, a spacious interior and for those who wants to travel in comfort and want to do this in a sporty fashion. As of 2010 the Cayenne optically changed very little, combine this with the attractive mileage of this car and you can drive off in a Cayenne that may very well be 'new'. There is virtually nothing to comment on this offered example. Delivered new in 2012, she rema ...

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Porsche 991 Carrera 2 Coupe PDK '12 72.000km €65.991,

Porsche 991 Carrera 2 Coupe PDK '12 72.000km €65.991,

How could Porsche ever improve the 997 I caught myself thinking at the introduction of the last version of the icon. Impossible was on the mind of many enthusiasts amongst me. Until Porsche unveiled the 991 at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) on 15 September 2011. After a ride in the newest acquisition of one of my nicest customers, it became clear quite rapidly, this is the superlative. A little less '911' than its predecessor by yet again another growth in dimensions, however mechanically a big step ahead. Even more stable on behalf of the enlarged wheelbase, lighter due to the usage of 'clever' materials which are in fact stronger and stiffer, quicker and smoother thanks to its en ...

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- 997 (2005–2011)
Porsche 997 Carrera S Convertible Manual '05 94.000km €48.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera S Convertible Manual '05 94.000km €48.997,-

The 997 is seen by many Porsche enthusiasts as the 911 that reintroduced the beloved 911 look, by today's standards. A nice and wide behind with upfront the renowned round headlights, combined with a modern water-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine. In the S specification this 3.8ltr. engine produces 355 bhp. With the top down that almost feels like driving a motorcycle without a helmet... in 5,2 seconds you reach a 100km/h to finally max out at 293km/h. This 911 does not have to be driven everywhere at great speed however. The 997 is famed for its all-round usability. This Carrera S Convertible is a stylish occurrence and equipped with desirable and fitting options. Here offered exam ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera S PDK Coupe '09 NL-car 80.000km €59.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera S PDK Coupe '09 NL-car 80.000km €59.997,-

In 2008 the facelifted version of the successful Porsche 997 appeared on the scene. Optically not much changed, the most noticeable difference were the new led lights, front and rear. More spectacular news was that Porsche, for the first time, would apply the automatic gearbox with twin clutch to a serial produced 911. In theory, the 997 is equipped with two joined installed semi-automatic gearboxes that also happen to have separate clutches that can be operated with buttons on the steering wheel. This is where the name PDK comes from, it stands for Porsche Doppel Kupplung. The second gearbox readily selects the next gear in which the first gearbox is situated through the double cl ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera S Cabriolet Tiptronic '06 €44.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera S Cabriolet Tiptronic '06 €44.997,-

The 997 is seen by many Porsche enthusiasts as the 911 that reintroduced the beloved 911 look, by today's standards. A nice and wide behind with upfront the renowned round headlights. Combined with a modern water-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine. In the S specification this 3.8ltr. engine produces 355 bhp. With the hood down that almost feels like driving a motorcycle without a helmet... in 5,2 seconds you reach a 100km/h to finally top out at 293km/h. Popping by the local Albert Heijn to do your shopping is also possible by the way. The 997 is famed for its all-round usability. This Carrera S Convertible is a stylish occurrence in black and equipped with desirable options. Fitted ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera S Coupé Tiptronic '05 95.000km NL-car €44.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera S Coupé Tiptronic '05 95.000km NL-car €44.997,-

A 997 Carrera S that ticks all boxes; delivered by a Dutch Porsche dealer, complete service history, accident-free, fitted with a myriad of options and a low mileage. The 997 is not without reason the best sold 911 ever. Superior mechanicals from the brilliant minds of engineers who have been busy perfecting the icon for more than 50 years, in combination with styling cues of the much loved 993. That will say, pretty wide hips in combination with quintessential 911 round headlights. Add state of the art modern safety equipment which makes one able to tame the 'engine in the back' and then it is no surprise the 911 wins the title of best all-round sports car every year. The 997 Carr ...

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Porsche 997 Turbo Coupe '08 61.000km €69.997,-

Porsche 997 Turbo Coupe '08 61.000km €69.997,-

The infamous Porsche Turbo coped from the very first series that appeared in 1975 with criticism that before the turbo or turbos 'kicked in' the car seemed an ordinary 911. Only when large amounts of burned mixture went through the turbo the car would 'explode'. Every evolution would for its time offer explosive acceleration, yet joint with a turbolag not to everyone's liking. With the arrival of the 997 Turbo Porsche offered a solution in form of Variable Turbine Geometry. A technique used and proved effective in the diesel industry for a long time. Simply put, the angle of the blades within the turbos change with the number of revolutions, making it so that under low rpm turbo po ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera 4S PDK Coupe '09 89.000km €56.997,-

Porsche 997 Carrera 4S PDK Coupe '09 89.000km €56.997,-

In 2008 the facelifted version of the successful Porsche 997 appeared on the scene. Optically not much changed, the most noticeable difference were the new led lights, front and rear. More spectacular news was that Porsche, for the first time, would apply the automatic gearbox with twin clutch to a serial produced 911. In theory, the 997 is equipped with two joined installed semi-automatic gearboxes that also happen to have separate clutches that can be operated with buttons on the steering wheel. This is where the name PDK comes from, it stands for Porsche Doppel Kupplung. The second gearbox readily selects the next gear in which the first gearbox is situated through the double cl ...

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Porsche 997 Carrera 2 Tiptronic Coupe '05

Porsche 997 Carrera 2 Tiptronic Coupe '05

There are very good reasons as to why the 997 is the best-selling 911 ever. Superior technology, from brilliant engineers who worked for more than 50 years to perfect this icon, combined with stylish elements of the world renowned 993, including the beautiful broad hips and highly distinctive round 911 headlights. Whilst the designers of the current 911 appear to have forgotten the essence of any sports car; maximum performance, simplicity and low weight. The 997 is invisibly equipped with important safety-equipment, which can help you appear heroic whilst in reality it could have ended differently. Just a handful of characteristics that prove the popularity of the 997. This partic ...

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Porsche 997 Turbo Coupe manual NL-auto 1e eigenaar '06

Porsche 997 Turbo Coupe manual NL-auto 1e eigenaar '06

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Porsche 997 GT4S coupe 93.000km NL-car '06

Porsche 997 GT4S coupe 93.000km NL-car '06

It is the summer of 2006, one serious Porsche enthusiast ordered the 911 of his dreams at Pon in Leusden (NL). Visually a GT3, mechanically a Carrera 4S. He wanted to drive it regularly, was after maximum safety in a 911, and had no interest in the, for him, too spartan setup of a GT3. To clarify; we are not talking about a 4S with an aftermarket fitted splitter and spoiler, this unique 911 was ordered new from factory with the GT3 Aero Cup-kit and fitted with some optional extras desired by almost everyone in the market for a used 997. For example; an adjustable opening and active exhaust, sports seats, sports steering wheel, red seatbelts, a factory fitted centre console in silve ...

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- 996 (1997–2005)
Porsche 996 Turbo manual '02 129.000km

Porsche 996 Turbo manual '02 129.000km

In virtually any town or village in the Netherlands the fair is ónly once a year. A quick Efteling visit is no sinecure and before you can get your kicks, you have to stand in a queue for an hour. For short, your very own fair-ride in close reach, it can be your personal outlet and can serve a practical function too. You can do this all perfectly secured on behalf of four-wheel drive, Porsche Stability Management and six airbags; this will give you a good alibi when you take her home. With the knowledge a 996 Turbo has a Metzger lower engine block (name of the engineer that designed the engine) that was used for earlier air-cooled versions you can press the throttle pedal with so m ...

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Porsche 996 Carrera 4 Tiptronic Coupe '00 NL-Car 135.000km

Porsche 996 Carrera 4 Tiptronic Coupe '00 NL-Car 135.000km

Scarce, the safest version of the Porsche 996 Series, with an attractive low mileage, in an above-average original condition. Safe on behalf of permanent four-wheel drive. Porsche Stability Management (a combination of ABS and Traction Control) and six airbags. Comfortable to drive in automatic mode, or sporty when desired with the steering wheel controls that come with the Tiptronic transmission. Which ensures 'instant' overtaking of other cars or downshifting for an upcoming nice corner. Here offered example concerns a nice 996 Carrera 4 Tiptronic that was sold new in the Netherlands in 2002. The car is wholly original, and therefore damage free. Fitted with interesting optional ...

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Porsche 996 Carrera 4S Coupe Tiptronic '01 130.000km €36.996,- btw auto

Porsche 996 Carrera 4S Coupe Tiptronic '01 130.000km €36.996,- btw auto

Bijzonder fraaie en originele 996 Carrera 4S, toch de mooiste uit de serie. De brede carrosserie en de vierwielaandrijving zijn afkomstig van de Turbo. Daardoor de meest indrukwekkende 996, zonder vleugel en luchtinlaten. Ook de veiligste variant dankzij de permanente vierwielaandrijving in combinatie de elektronica van het Porsche Stability Management. Weinig sportauto's die zoveel vertrouwen geven op hoge snelheid als de 4S. Extra tractie op de voorwielen geeft een aanzienlijk hogere rechtuit stabiliteit en bochtvastheid. De 996 4S is voorzien van de 3.6ltr. 320pk sterke 6 cylinder boxermotor. Het onderstel en remmen zijn eveneens gelijk aan die van de Turbo. De rode remklauwen z ...

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- 993 (1993–1998)
Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Coupe Varioram '96

Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Coupe Varioram '96

A rare Porsche 993 Carrera 4 Coupe Varioram. A mere 1820 Carrera 4 Coupes were constructed with the most sought-after engine specification, the 285bhp strong 'VarioRam' engine. That is or example not even half of the number of convertibles constructed, and therefore truly rare. When she then also comes in this unique condition with ditto appearance it is you can get truly enthusiastic. Look at the lustrous paint, or the fitment of the front bumper. How often is it not crooked because of a hasty parking maneuver... not in this case. The doors shut as the proverbial safe, and not one shut line is scuffed or stone chipped. This is evidently an enthusiast’s car. Even the factory barcod ...

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- 911 SC (1978-1983)
Porsche 911 SC Coupe Sportomatic '82

Porsche 911 SC Coupe Sportomatic '82

A rare 911SC Coupe with the Sportomatic drivetrain, one could also say the predecessor of the Tiptronic. It concerns a so-called half automatic, which consists of two gears one can change without having to use a clutch. In nowadays traffic, and being accustomed to modern automatic gearboxes, a practical solution for those who want to drive a classic 911, without having to depress a (standing) clutch pedal. Also for people who do not know how to work the clutch an ideal solution. The system was perhaps a little ahead of its time, and did not necessarily represent the Porsche ethos; optimal sporty performance. Nowadays this matter lies differently for the more comfort oriented Porsch ...

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Boxster (1996 tot present)
Porsche Boxster S 550 Spyder Tiptr. '04 89.000km NL-car €29.986,-

Porsche Boxster S 550 Spyder Tiptr. '04 89.000km NL-car €29.986,-

The 550 Spyder from 1953, yes, the one James Dean tragically crashed in 1955, was the starting point for Porsche upon designing and bringing out the successful Boxster. A roadster with a boxer engine, combined; Boxster. On behalf of its mid-engine-layout it is one of the few cars with two luggage compartments. More importantly is how the Boxster drives ever so neutral through corners, due to this layout which creates perfect weight distribution. The ideal concept. Not crazy at all then how the Boxster became a massive success for Porsche. In 2003 Porsche unveiled a limited-edition Boxster S 550 Spyder as a tribute to the original 550 Spyder, a suiting 1953 examples were constructed ...

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Klassiekers (tot 1978)
Porsche 911 2.7 Targa Rijkspolitie (Dutch National Police) Alex 28 '76

Porsche 911 2.7 Targa Rijkspolitie (Dutch National Police) Alex 28 '76

Can you remember this one? For drivers over 40 years old a legendary occurrence that would suddenly loom up in your rear-view mirror or would warn you from the hard shoulder for fast approaching congested traffic. Feared but at the time respected, the special Porsche division of the Dutch National police. With the initial thought driving 20km/h faster or so than the average motorist, would stun and surprise, the Germans started making their Autobahn safer. In the Netherlands of the early 1960s around 1600 people annually died in traffic accidents, making road-safety a real issue. The Dutch national Police observed the success of the Rapid Porsches and wanted this too. Since 1962 Th ...

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Porsche 911 2.2 T Coupe matching numbers '70 €79.911,-

Porsche 911 2.2 T Coupe matching numbers '70 €79.911,-

Out of love this 911T was professionally restored in 2011. In 1970 Karmann supplied the body to Porsche, that fitted the car with a six-cylinder boxer engine of 2165cc producing 125bhp. On behalf of the relatively low weight, you could still call it a sporty car today. Although that is most likely not what you are after. The iconic lines, the silver-grey; as used by Germanic racing teams, the combination of the brightwork, the famous Fuchs wheels and the classic dashboard all contribute to this well renowned 911 atmosphere from the 60s and early 70s. It is understandable then why this type 911 is one of the most lusted after classics. Perhaps you could even call it an investment, a ...

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Porsche 912 Coupe '66 €39.950,-

Porsche 912 Coupe '66 €39.950,-

Een interessante Porsche 912 met de gezochte vijf groene klokken achter het stuur. Een echte rijders-auto voor wie geen concoursauto zoekt en tegelijkertijd weet dat een roestvrije carrosserie belangrijker is dan een oud stukje rubber. Het is bovendien een 912 met de optionele vijfbak. De auto werd nieuw verkocht in het droge en zonnige Californië. De eerste Nederlandse eigenaar kocht de auto in San Francisco (2014) en reed er probleemloos mee naar de oostkust. In Nederland liet hij de auto uitgebreid technisch up-to-date maken waardoor ook de tweede, ons bekende, Nederlandse eigenaar er veel rijplezier aan beleefde. Nu hij een plek in de garage moet vrijmaken voor weer een nieuw a ...

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Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe '74 €39.911,-

Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe '74 €39.911,-

In 1974 Porsche introduced the mechanically refined 911 with the so-called G-model. The engine power climbed dependent on the specification to 150bhp or 175bhp, the road holding and straight-line ability improved and the nicely integrated impact bumpers allowed for light impacts to go over with hardly any damages. The G-model appeared such a successful design that it stayed in production for fifteen years. At the very start with the 2.7 model, built until 1978, the body was executed with the small 'charming' rear wings, and with classic Fuchs wheels as a desirable option. Hence the popularity of the 2.7 G-model, a classic appearance with modern benefits that came with the G-model. ...

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Porsche 911 2.4T CIS Targa '73 Matching Numbers €99.911,-

Porsche 911 2.4T CIS Targa '73 Matching Numbers €99.911,-

The new Porsche 991 Targa is fitted with it once again, of course we are speaking of the legendary stainless steel brushed Targa hoop. The stylish Targas from the 60s and 70s were the inspiration to bring back the original, mainly to market the Targa stronger than the predecessors that carry the Targa name and gain more commercial success. Now you see, a 70s 911 is mechanical light years away from a modern 991, but park them front to rear on the boulevard and observe from the terrace which one gets more onlookers. Want to place a bet? The undeniable charm of the original 911 Targa has such a distinguishable and characteristic profile she grew out to become a style icon. Practical a ...

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Porsche 356 B T5 Super Coupe original engine and colour '59

Porsche 356 B T5 Super Coupe original engine and colour '59

Few cars from the growth-period after WW2 can count on this much sympathy as the iconic Porsche 356. Every drive in this car is an event, even if it's only for the many thumbs-up you will receive. The 356B T5 was the last model with the single grill and the mechanically refined successor of the preceding A series. The 356B with the single grill is the rarest out of the whole series. This 356B saw the light of day in the Reutter factory, which Porsche had engaged together with Karmann, to cope with relative high demand. The engine and gearbox were fitted by Porsche which also took care of the final manufacturing. After completion, many of these cars were shipped off to America, this ...

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Porsche 911 2.2 S Coupe '71 fully restored matching numbers

Porsche 911 2.2 S Coupe '71 fully restored matching numbers

911 T, E, or S. The flagship model from the classic F series with the S being the most powerful variant. Unless you are not awed by the classic details the F series is known for, and choose performance over relative luxury, you might consider the RS, but make sure your savings can handle it... The performance of the 2.2 S and the RS are very close to another anyway. As a result of a hefty new price not many were constructed, especially considered to production-numbers of today. In case of the 2.2S a mere 3471 examples were built, over the years some will not have survived the tick of time, so most rare indeed. This is one of the prerequisites your classic car investment should at ...

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Porsche 911 2.7 Targa '76

Porsche 911 2.7 Targa '76

De 911 Targa is het ultieme compromis voor wie zo vaak als kan open wil rijden zonder de 'nadelen' hier van. Immers de fraaie grote, en unieke, achterruit beschermt u tegen rijwind en de sterke Targa beugel beschermt u tegen aanzienlijk vervelendere zaken. Bovendien heeft de klassieke 911 Targa inmiddels een fotomodellen status. De populariteit van het model is, zeker nu Porsche de nieuwste 911 weer van de karakteristieke Targa beugel heeft voorzien, sterk groeiende. Bij een productie van ongeveer één Targa op vier Coupe's zijn het bovendien ook bijzonder zeldzame exemplaren. In de wereld van luchtgekoelde Porsche's is het woord zeldzaamheid een garantie voor een waardevastheid waa ...

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Porsche 911 2.4 T CIS Coupe '73 Matching numbers, first paint €89.911,-

Porsche 911 2.4 T CIS Coupe '73 Matching numbers, first paint €89.911,-

The highest attainable in the world of classic cars is complete originality. The fact that this exact car was picked up at the dealer close to a half century ago and driven over the years on all kinds of journeys make this car a mythical Time Machine. In case of this car, the story starts on the 8th of February in Charlotte, North Carolina, 1973, when Mr. Lawrence T. Miller takes delivery of his Bahia red 911. Until this day the car remains wholly original apart from a repainted rear left wing. The complete car remains in original, very well cared for condition, and rust-free! The last engine variation in the classic 911 lineup, before the impact bumper years, was fitted with a Bos ...

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Porsche 944 S2 Convertible '91 €24.950,-

Porsche 944 S2 Convertible '91 €24.950,-

If you are clever you buy a 944 Convertible. It is bluntly said, this is however the classic Porsche for open motoring. Spirited motoring that is. On behalf of the innovative transaxle placement of the gearbox, where the gearbox is located at the back of the car and connected to the engine by a long axle. It is therefore a 944 drives surprisingly stable. Compare a 911 of the same year to find out they are quite dangerous... The 944 may not be underestimated on this aspect, all owners will tell you this. Those who have not yet driven one often do underestimate its driving characteristics. The absolute speed, torque and smoothness of the 2998cc four-cylinder engine are wonderful. The ...

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Porsche 928S automatic '83 141.000km €24.950,-

Porsche 928S automatic '83 141.000km €24.950,-

If Porsche would unveil the 928 today, a shockwave would go through the car-world. Yet the design stems from 1977 and was originally meant to replace the über successful 911. If you have ever driven a 928 you will understand just how much of a useless plan this was, the 928 is positively a complete other car. Comfortable, luxurious and quick, closer to a GT than a thoroughbred sports car, that is the 928. Not directly what the public wanted from Porsche at the time. The limited production numbers can be explained with this knowledge, plus the hefty new-price of the 928. There was however an enthusiastic pool of customers, which is why the 928 was produced for 18 consequent years. T ...

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Porsche Cayman S PDK Black Edition '11 NL-car 70.000km €44.987,-

Porsche Cayman S PDK Black Edition '11 NL-car 70.000km €44.987,-

Those who know anything about spirited driving know the configuration of the Porsche Cayman forms the ideal base for optimal performance. Lightweight, ideal dimensions for fast cornering and last but not least a mid-placed engine. Where the first generation of Cayman was modestly powered, the 330bhp strong boxer in the Cayman S from the second series (987) places the Cayman S firmly in the ranks. The driver-focused mid-engine configuration grants this Porsche with better performance and handling than any other Porsche. And then there was this Cayman S Black Edition, with an added extra 10bhp powering the rear wheels, sports seats and a sports steering wheel, that truly lift the Bla ...

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