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  • 2012
  • 89 000 km
  • Manual
  • Cape Town (Western Cape)

R 899 995

  • 2012
  • 56 320 km
  • Manual
  • Cape Town (Western Cape)

R 1 179 900

  • 2012
  • 83 028 km
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  • Vereeniging (Gauteng)

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  • 2014
  • 53 000 km
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  • 2016
  • 41 200 km
  • Automatic
  • JHB North (Gauteng)

R 2 095 000

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  • 2016
  • 23 000 km
  • Manual
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R 2 999 900

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  • 2018
  • 16 000 km
  • Manual
  • JHB North (Gauteng)

R 5 750 000

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More About The Porsche 911

Perhaps the world's most famous sports car today, the Porsche 911 was not very well-received. In fact, when the prototype was showcased at the Frankfurt Auto Show back in the 60s (then called Type 901), the car was considered a design triumph, but because it was substantially more expensive than its predecessor (The Porsche 356); it took some time for the car to become established and loved in the market as it is to this day.

Production of the Porsche 911 began in September 1964. The car featured what is known as a “2+2” seat configuration because the rear seats were considered too small for adults and therefore could not be considered a true four-seater.

The original Porsche 911 came with either a four- or five-speed manual “Type 901” transmission. In 1966, the more powerful 911S hit the market featuring the Type 901/02 engine which delivered 120 kW/160 PS. The famous five-spoke forged aluminium alloy wheels were seen for the first time.

The Targa top variant was later introduced with a stainless steel-clad roll bar to meet American safety standards. Today, this design is one of the most sought-after Porsche models.

The 70s and 80s 911s are still in very high demand. The 1974 model was the original 911 Turbo. It had an advanced 3-litre turbo engine and technology of the era like charge pressure control on the exhaust side. The Turbo got an update in 1977 with a bigger 3.3-litre engine and a charge-air cooler.

In 1983, Porsche brought the world the naturally aspirated 911 Carrera with a 3.2 litre flat-six that could be ordered with no roof. It became THE yuppy car of the era.

Some 1990s models featured all-wheel drive; this was revolutionary for its time. Another 90s innovation was the new 911 Turbo 3.6- litre engine with a top speed of 270 km per hour.

The legend of the Porsche 911 continues as the car is often referred to as the perfect sports car. Incredible performance, coupled with comfort makes the car fully suitable for everyday use.