At Show Cars of Boca Raton, it’s our mission to get our customers the car of their dreams, acquiring and shipping classic Porsche cars nationwide if needed. If you’ve always wanted a classic car but you’re not sure where to start, learning more about the most iconic Porsche 911 cars in history might help!
Porsche 911 Type 993
The Porsche 993 was sold between 1995 and 1998 in the United States and has long been viewed as the ultimate 911 because it perfectly blends all aspects that have made the car so popular. Its streamlined and simple styling has stood the test of time, and compared to previous generations, the Porsche 993 was a major step forward in terms of sportiness. Perhaps most importantly, it was the last air-cooled 911, ensuring it would be an icon for decades to come.
1973/1993 Porsche 911 Carrera RS
There are many Porsche 911 Carrera RS models, but in this particular case, we’re referring to either the 1973 RS 2.7 or the Type 964 model first sold in 1993 — the Carrera RS 3.8. Both cars were racing homologation specials and extremely limited, and both delivered stunning performance compared to the usual production models. Additionally, the two cars’ distinctive exterior design has neither gone out of style nor lost any of its panache.
1967 Porsche 911 S
Porsche’s habit of using the letter “S” to signify extra performance started all the way back in 1967 with a race-inspired 911 that showed the world that the nameplate was one to take seriously. With a 7,200-rpm redline and 180-horsepower flat-six engine, the 1967 Porsche 911 S was much more capable than your average street car, and it was the first 911 to be offered with the now unmissable Fuchs alloy wheels.
If you’re interested in high-performance, classic German cars, we invite you to take a look around Show Cars of Boca Raton in Florida — or give us a call to let you know what classic car you would like us to acquire for you.