Porsche Collectable Models
PORSCHE 356 AMERICA ROADSTER - 16 UNITS
PORSCHE 356B ABARTH CARRERA GTL - 20/21 UNITS
PORSCHE 914/8 - 2 UNITS
PORSCHE 911 930 LE - 50 units
The ‘LE’ stood for ‘Limited Edition’ as this particular Porsche 930 was meant to mark the end of 911 Turbo production. As it was, a 964 version was created but the 930 LE remains sought after thanks to its aggressive looks, formidable performance and G50 gearbox.
PORSCHE 935 ‘STREET’ - 1 unit
PORSCHE 911 930 CARRERA RS 2.7 TOURING - 1580 units
PORSCHE 911 964 TURBO S - 81 units
Porsche 964 Turbo S was the first car to carry the fabled moniker. 180kg lighter than the standard 3.3-litre Turbo it was the fastest road-going 911 ever released when it arrived in 1992.
PORSCHE 911 964 TURBO S ‘LEICHTBAU’ - 86 units
PORSCHE 911 964 TURBO S FLATNOSE - 76 units
PORSCHE 911 964 SPEEDSTER TURBO-LOOK - 15 units
PORSCHE 911 964 TURBO CABRIOLET - 8 units
PORSCHE 964 Carrera RS 3.8 - 55 units
While the 3.6-litre car currently gets all the plaudits, the Porsche 964 RS 3.8 was much, much rarer. It utilised the Turbo’s bodyshell and the 18-inch split-rim Speedlines. Numbers were kept low thanks to a single-year production run in 1993.
PORSCHE 911 964 CARRERA 4 LIGHTWEIGHT - 22 units
Build using surplus parts from the 953 Paris-Dakar project, the Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Leichtbau made extensive use of fibreglass to bring the base cars weight down to 1,050kg. It didn’t make financial sense for Porsche but it did give Weissach’s engineers something to do after the end of the 959/961 development.
PORSCHE 911 993 TURBO CABRIOLET - 14 units
PORSCHE 911 993 TURBO S - 345 BUILT
PORSCHE 911 993 SPEEDSTER - 2 BUILT
PORSCHE 911 2.7 TURBO - 1 unit
Everyone thinks that the first Porsche 911 Turbo featured a 3.0-litre powerplant with a single KKK turbocharger. However, the real beginning to Zuffenhausen’s forced induction 911 legend was this 2.7-litre car given to Louise Piëch, daughter of Porsche founder, Ferry.
PORSCHE 911 SC / RS - 20 UNITS
Built for the 1984 rallying season, the Group B specification Porsche 911 SC RS wasn’t really an SC at all. In competition guise, the Turbo-bodied car turned out 290bhp though the road-going versions were down tuned to 255bhp. This is the car that helped form rallying powerhouse, Prodrive.
PORSCHE 911 GT1 STRASSENVERSION - 25 units
Is it a true Porsche 911? The mid-engined Porsche 911 GT1 was a thoroughbred racer designed to bend the rules and take on the McLaren F1. 25 examples were needed to homologate the race version which would go on to take second place at the 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans.
PORSCHE 911 997 SPEEDSTER - 356 BUILT
PORSCHE 911 997 SPORT CLASSIC - 250 BUILT
PORSCHE 911 GT3 RS 4.0 - 600 units
PORSCHE 911 991.1 R - 20 units + 4 prototypes
The Porsche 911 R was Zuffenhausen’s first attempt at a homologation special. However, weighing just 800kg and featuring the Carrera GTS’s 210bhp flat six, the FIA weren’t convinced that this was just a variant of a 911S, instead making it race as a prototype.
PORSCHE 911 991 CLUB COUPE - 13 units
PORSCHE 911 991.1 TURBO S GB EXCLUSIVE EDITION - 40 units
The Porsche 911 Turbo 40th Birthday Exclusive built to represent the 930 Turbo of 1974, with one car built for each of the 40 years. Available in Guards Red, Silver and White.