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1980 Porsche 911 SC

Hey all,

Today we are showcasing a beautiful 1980 Porsche 911 SC wrapped in a what can only be described as a Gold Velour. The cactus and concrete make for a great background as well. This Porsche is in fantastic condition and appears to be mostly original – worth quite a lot on the open market.  This would be a “bring-a-trailer” high bidding car for sure!

Don’t forget to check our previous 911’s we spotted (Or scroll to the bottom of the page and search for ‘Porsche’ or’911′):

1978 Porsche 911 SC

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera

1968 Porsche 911T

Enjoy. Cheers

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1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 2

Superbly clean 1989 Porsche Carrera 2 spotted in Beverly Hills.  I like most generations of the Porsche 911, except maybe the 996 model from 1999-2004 (for looks alone). This one has been retrofitted with projector headlights and aftermarket rims, which both fit the car well.  It is hard to describe the paint color, which was stunning in person.

Check out other Porsche’s we’ve spotted

1978 Porsche 911 SC

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera

1968 Porsche 911T

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1978 Porsche 911 SC

Apologize for the delayed postings everybody – very busy recently! Today we have a beautiful 1978 Porsche 911 SC Targa.  I have always been a huge fan of the Porsche Targa and Targa tops in general.  This one is bathed in all white and is looking pristine for a nearly 40 year old sports car.

Check out Porsche AG website for interesting information about classic Porsche’s.

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1968 Porsche 911T

Another classic Porsche from the late 1960’s graces our site this fine Tuesday.  Draped in a beautiful dark blue color, this Porsche 911T exhibits a strong yet subtle presence. Enjoy.

Some information via Porsche AG:

In September 1963, Porsche presented the Porsche 901 at the IAA in Frankfurt as a successor to the Porsche 356. One year later, as of model year 1965, series production of the model began and it was renamed the 911 shortly thereafter.
Originally built only as a Coupé, the 911 had an integral body-frame and was powered by a new 2.0-litre flat-six engine, which initially delivered 130 hp.
The “Touring” version became the new entry-level model in the 911 family, initially developing 110 hp and later 130 hp. Its equipment matched that of the four-cylinder 912 model. One of the ways in which it could be distinguished from more powerful models was the fact that it had a silver rather than a gold logo.

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