• Sep 2, 2009
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How many versions and permutations of the 911 can Porsche churn out? Apparently one more, as we discovered this morning with the release of the new, limited-edition Sport Classic.

The 911 SC packs an extra 23 horsepower over stock, retro duck-tail spoiler and carbon ceramic brakes in a body with tone-on-tone racing stripes, classically-inspired Sport Classic wheels, and a special woven leather interior. But with only 250 to be made and a price tag approaching a quarter-mil, the video after the jump may be the closest any of us get to this exclusive sportscar. Check it out.










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      • 5 Years Ago
      I like it, but not enough car for $250k
      • 5 Years Ago
      my immediate thoughts about this new ducktail was i remembered standing in the drive way of brumos porsche back in 1973 when the first factory ducktail arrived; i belive it was called a carrerra rs and what revolutionary look it presented.
      my next thought was ordering my 1984 european 911 turbo from a dealer [hahn] in germany. ordering the car directly [was not available in usa until 2 years later as a 1986 model] provided the opportunity to order about 90% equipped necessary to make it through the usa specs and inspections, and limited the necessity to change out euro spec parts to usa specific parts.
      anyway, i picked it up in early nov of '83 and drove it all over europe and then took the ferry across the channel and it finally departed london gatwick on a delta tristar L1011, taking about half the cargo space on that passenger liner. i picked it up in atlanta and drove it home. here's the relationship to this story for some dollar prospective: ordering it with all the goodies including full leather,and am-fm casette,right side mirror and impact bumpers f&r,no cat,was a whopping $41,500 us! i should have bought 3 more, based on today's new pricing! it is nice to see the old black centered fuchs coming back in style!
      • 5 Years Ago
      @HeyHuub Good point.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I guess that's ONE way to make $25million in profits.....
      • 5 Years Ago
      I have never liked that style of tail end. There is one I've seen near here and I just don't like it.
      • 5 Years Ago
      i love it. creating a modern version of a classic.

      • 5 Years Ago
      Sexiest Porsche EVER!!! That duck-tail is sooooooooooooo hot! Why must all the unatainable cars (this and M3 CSL) have such cool exterior body components? Yeah i'm sure someone will be producing a successful knock-off (ahem, Vorsteiner). But damn, im super-impressed with this cars looks and exhaust note! WOW. But not-so-much by the price :(

      Cool car tho!
      • 5 Years Ago
      God that is beautiful..............
      • 5 Years Ago
      Hot!
      • 5 Years Ago
      i like it.

      to be honest, the regular 911s are overpriced already. but as long as there are people willing to pay this much...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Wow! Sign me up! Gorgeous!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Rims good... tail need to see in person, paying 2x the cash then a gt3 for less car... umm no. As for the price.. the price was leaked a few weeks ago, we already knew everything about this car.
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