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How Rare Is A Porsche 911 SC?

By   August 11, 2016

Porsche 911 SC

Porsche 911 SC

For quite some time the Porsche 911 SC had been the most affordable option in a 911. That is no longer the case with the 996 now taking its place and early 997 values are also falling quickly.

Prices of all air-cooled Porsches have risen over the past few years. The cost for an example in good condition will set you back about $28,400 with excellent examples run about $44,200. Top of the line concours quality SCs go for about $62,000.

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Porsche 911, A Family Car?

By   August 9, 2016

Porsche 911 (991)

Porsche 911 (991)

The 911 is one of the few true high performance sports cars that you can purchase with a rear seat. But does the existence of rear seating make the Porsche 911 a family car? Is there enough room for the family to ride around town in style?

Now obviously we aren’t recommending using the rear-engined sports car as an only family carrier, but can you at least take the occasional family cruise? What if you have smaller children, can you fit a car seat in the back of a 911?

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Affordable Porsches Boxster 986 And 911 SC Price Update

By   July 11, 2016

Porsche 911 SC and Porsche Boxster 986

Porsche 911 SC and Boxster (986)

For many years if you wanted an affordable Porsche with a flat-six engine a 911 SC was your best bet. However, air-cooled Porsche’s have started to get out of reach for many and the SC is no different.

Because of the rise in air-cooled cars from the German performance car maker, the early mid and rear engined water cooler cars have become very affordable. The most attainable of these is the 986 generation Porsche Boxster.

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What Is Faster On The Track A Porsche 911 SC, 930, 996 or 986 Boxster?

By   April 3, 2016

Porsche 911 SC, 930, 996 and Boxster

Porsche 911 SC, 930, 996 and 986 Boxster

Most Porsche enthusiasts would give up their left thumb for a chance to drive a 911 SC, 930, 996 and 986 Boxster back to back on the track. The folks over at Fast Lane Cars got an opportunity to do just that as they compared two of the cheapest Porsches on the market today with two classic cars that have a much higher market value.

The 986 and 996 have the advantage of newer technology when compared to their 80’s siblings. The 911 SC and 930 are iconic cars that take you back to a time when driving was an analog experience. The older cars are also lighter packages with a much sought after air-cooled power plant.

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