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I truly believe every enthusiast should own a Porsche 911 in their lifetime! But I can without a doubt tell you the 6 things you'll hate about your Porsche 911 ownership. Alright, buckle up. Let's go!
In this article, we’ve put together a list of 10 surprising facts about the Porsche 911 that you probably didn’t know!
The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic and easily identifiable cars on the road. It’s also one of the best performance cars out there, providing limitless levels of driver engagement and, of course, the prestige that enthusiasts want out of a Porsche.
The Porsche 911 is probably the greatest sports car of all time! It’s shape is instantly recognizable, it’s been in production for over 5 decades, and guess what, the base 997 Carrera is an insane value right now!
Okay, I'm just going to say it, the 996 generation, out of all the generations is the worst 911 ever built! Now, this is an ideal car, but man, there are some things that I absolutely dislike. See, the 996 and the Boxster were the "transition cars", the cars to transition Porsche from acting like a boutique marque, and to move along to more efficient logistics and manufacturing processes.
And now, I have my real-life straight-piped Hot Wheel that brings a huge smile to my face every time I drive it: my Porsche 911. Now that I’ve owned my dream car for a couple of years, here are four things, plus an honorable mention, that I didnt know about owning the car that has no substitute: the Porsche 91. Oh, and at the end, I’ll dig into a little of what I’ve learned about being a Porsche owner.
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