The earliest ancestors of Porsche’s long-running flagship model are both beautiful to look at and fun to drive.
A 1965 911 that was first owned by an NFL star ends up back in Europe.
This rare 1970 911 S/T Lightweight was hiding under a fiberglass 935 body kit.
912 Carrera 3.5 RS
What would a 1969 912-based 911 GT3 drive like? One enthusiast decided to find out.
S Stands for Schnell
A 1967 911S that was once a bare shell in a barn is brought back to life.
A stunning tribute to 911R prototype number four—built for less than $25,000.
A chance encounter with an early 911 leads to an S-T conversion—38 years later.
One man's quieter, more comfortable, and home-built take on the early 911 hot rod proves to be awfully alluring.
911 Shape Shifter
From RS 2.7 to RSR 2.8 to 993 GT2 and back to RSR 3.0, this 911 has been remolded again and again to fit one man’s mood.
In search of the small-bore sweet spot, we sample three early 911s with 2.2, 2.5, and 2.8 liters of displacement.
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