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The improbable ascent of the attainable exotic.

The more things change, they say. But that flat-six is still way out back, and that's all right with us.

Hear the most powerful 911 strutting its stuff.

Stretching the meaning of affordable to the limit.

As expected, it's a beautiful and high-quality product.

Demand often outweighs supply.

Owners with a bad reputation may find themselves out of luck.

Why not just make the S faster? For starters, this is much better.

The car that could soon wipe the 911 Carrera S out of existence.

The pair make for the perfect vintage race team.

This 1976 Porsche 934/5 and 1977 Volkswagen T2 Transporter were made for each other.

Sad news for fans of the 911 GT3 R Hybrid.

The car had too many compromises.

It's even the same color as 911 No. 1.

It took 54 years, but it's been worth it.

It is an even-rarer custom-order car, too. And now it's for sale.

It's up for auction, and you can just imagine the price it might bring.

Ahead of our First Drive review, a sidebar for the hardcore GT3 fans.

The GT3 isn't turbo because the racecar isn't turbo.

"What's very crucial for us, a key factor is the bloodline between the race car and the street car."

The GT3 RS looks as subtle as ever.

Look for the return of the manual transmission.

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