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Porsche Gallery

Porsches are considered one of the best driver’s cars of all time. The styling might not have changed, however the drive has gotten better and better. In our Porsche gallery you will find a selection of these iconic sports cars from across the years, including classics, water cooled and RS models.

Porsche 911 T

Originally designated the 901, after a dispute with Peugeot the 901 was quickly re-badged to the icon which is now the 911. 

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Porsche 911 RS 2.7

Standing for RennSport, the RS paved the way for Porsche's RS cars and started the journey into motorsport.

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Porsche 911 930 Turbo 3.3Litre

To fit the new intercooler required for the Turbo, the ducktail was replaced with the "tea tray" spoiler.

 
 
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Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

The Carrera 3.2 replaced the SC series and brought back the name "Carrera" meaning race in Spanish.

 
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Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet

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Porsche 959

Built for Group B rally, but took so long to make it missed its opportunity. The 959 is now one of the most iconic Porsche's of all time.

 
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Porsche '74 RSR Replica

The 964 underwent a major evolution featuring flagships from the 200mph 959.

 

Built as a gift for Ferry Porsche, rumor had it he was not a fan.

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Porsche 993 Carrera 2S

Featuring styling from the iconic 959, the 993 was last incarnation of the air cooled engines.

Porsche 993 Speedster

1 of 3, the speedster was a special project car originally commissioned for Ferry Porsche and Jerry Seinfeld.

Porsche 993 Carrera RS Club Sport

The Club Sport was the track focused version of the 993 RS and was originally banned in in the USA.

 
 
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Porsche 996 Bullet Proof

Built to test Porsche's technical know how, this 996 was the first and last car Porsche made to be bullet proof. 

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Porsche 996 GT3

The 996 saw the first GT3 which was derived from its motorsport division.

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Porsche 997 Carrera

The 997 is probably considred one of the all time greatest 911's with perfect on the road feeling and driver refinements making it a great everyday car.

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Porsche 997 Carrera S

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Porsche 991.2 Carrera 4 GTS

Carrying on the styling of the 997, the 991 is the 3rd time an entirely new chassis was created for the 911.

 

Porsche 991.1 GT3

Following in the GT3 foot steps, this model features a lighter chassis. The engine is based on the Carrera S but is completely  bespoke to the GT3.

 
 

Porsche 991.1/2 GT3 RS

More power and less weight, the GT3 RS was the track focused version GT3 and featured the Club Sport package as standard.

 
 

Porsche 991.2 GT3 RS Weissach

The Weissach edition of the GT3 RS takes an already light car and makes it lighter. Stripping off almost 100 additional pounds. 

 
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Porsche 991.2 GT2 RS

With nothing like it in the 911 lineage, the GT2 RS is the most powerful car in the Porsche range with 690hp and 550ftlb of torque.

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Porsche 992 Carrera

The most refined generation to date, the 992 keeps to its modern styling with a homage to past generations designed in. 

 

Porsche Cayman GT4

Considered a cash grab by Porsche, the mid-engined car was a sharp charge from the norm however, the Cayman now stands on its own as real contestant to the 911 crown.

Porsche Boxster 987

Love it or hate, the Porsche Boxster has become a fantastic car to feature in your 3 car garage. Mid-engine balance and in later models, 911 rivaling power. 

Porsche Cayenne Techart

With mix reception, the Cayenne was Porsches first step into the luxury SUV market and set the course for the Macan and Panamera.

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