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Powered by a 210bhp 2.7-litre flat-six 1972 Porsche 911 S Restomod

They don’t come much more spick and span than Uwe Kraenzmer’s prized Porsche. Then again, we shouldn’t expect anything less from a marque enthusiast running a business stripping muck off vehicle chassis. His intriguingly named 911 got the full treatment…

1972 Porsche 911S 2.4 with RS 2.7 firepower

Subjected to comprehensive restoration using a wealth of rare unused Porsche parts, this early 911 S 2.4 benefits from exceptional attention to detail and additional poke provided by a flat-six built to Carrera RS 2.7 specification

3.4-litre flat-six RSR-aping 1983 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

Eagerly awaiting a 3.4-litre flat-six and finished in a hulk-like hue, this RSR-aping Carrera 3.2 is a fiendishly fascinating classic Porsche with giant road presence…

European-spec 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI

With a nod to hippy psychedelia, Porsche’s colour palette in the late 1960s and early 1970s was as wild and edgy as they come, complementing evolutions in the 911’s styling and engineering. This early Carrera 2.7 ticks all the boxes. What’s more, it could be yours…

Air versus water with the Porsche 911 964 and 911 997

In terms of engineering and construction, the 964 and 997 are chalk and cheese on the 911 pantheon. Thanks to their individual attributes, however, both command a similarly powerful fan base. If you have a mind to, these Porsches can also be significantly modified, as we discovered on an Essex airfield shakedown

2003 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S ‘Safari 996.2

In recent years we’ve seen various 911s in custom safari trim. However, none of these were ever based on the 996. That changed when one South African enthusiast decided to build his own… 996

Eugene Metzger’s resto-modded turbocharging a Porsche 911 SC

Seamlessly merging influences from Porsche’s 70s motorsport programme, Eugene Metzger’s resto-modded 911 SC is far more personal than a tribute to the golden era of sports car racing.

Perfectly imperfect 1968 Porsche 911 T Hot Rod

Is it a restomod? Not really — some of its original kit is still in place. A backdate? Kind of. It’s been a forward-date in its lifetime, too. Essentially, you’re looking at a hot rod capturing the spirit of a narrow band of competition cars in the 911’s evolutionary progression…

1995 Porsche 911GT 993

The 430bhp bi-turbo 1995 911GT was Porsche’s last air-cooled hurrah. Does this fearsome machine deserve its Widowmaker reputation?

Singer Porsche 911 Turbo Study

Turbo Study. Total 911 takes a first look at Singer’sthird act: a 964-based homage tothe legendary 930 Turbo “Everything’s been touched, but at the same time it has to feel sincere to the original 930”

1969 Porsche 911 2.0E Targa

Chasing the sunset. Few classic cars are better equipped for a sunset drive along South Africa's west coast than a Porsche Targa. Total 911 rides out of Cape Town for an eveningwith a 1969 E.

1986 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 based replica 1973 911 RS 2.7

Mike Flannery’s Carrera RS 2.7 evocation makes use of Carrera 3.2 mechanicals and a raft of wide-ranging improvements to be even better than the real thing…

1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

With bomb-proof build quality, the Carrera 3.2 represents the bedrock of 911 history, combining classic looks and driving traits with a relatively straightforward maintenance regime. Now, three decades on, even the best examples need restorative measures. Who better to demonstrate than a leading conservator of the breed?!

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