Staff, 2022-12-31 23:00:08,
Hagerty tells TG the things you should look out for in old and new 911s
According to the data experts over at Hagerty, “Porsche buyers are very particular when it comes to buying their cars”. A breakdown of their likes – the things they look for when purchasing a 911 – reveals the things you can do to make sure your very own sportscar has a fighting chance of retaining its value (if that’s the kind of thing you’re in to).
Unsurprisingly, bagging yourself a specially crafted, bespoke 911 comes out on top – “the Sonderwunsch (special wishes) cars created for Porsche’s very top clients since the 1970s,” said Hagerty UK price guide editor John Mayhead. “Many of these factory one-offs were also created for famous people, adding to their desirability.”
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You should also somehow ‘win the lottery’, to assist your chances of getting a Sonderwunsch car. Really helps smooth the transaction.
After those super-rare one-offs come the RS variants which again, should come as no surprise. Porsche has a long and storied history on the racetrack of course, and the cars that celebrate this are highly sought after. “Ever since the 2.7RS was created in 1973, the ‘Rennsport’ badge has made any Porsche ultra-desirable,” said Mayhead.
The ‘GT’ and ‘Clubsport’ cars follow the RS cars in terms of investment pieces, followed by Turbo models and those with factory…
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