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  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
  • Image Credit: Porsche AG
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It took Porsche 54 years to produce one million 911 models. It is highly likely that a large number of those are still in one piece, as Porsche says over 70 percent of all 911s made are still "ready to drive today."

A couple years ago, when the 911 turned 50 years old, Porsche claimed that two thirds of all Porsches ever made are still on the road (and they might be reliable enough to make it home, too). In 2016, 32,365 911 models were sold all around the world.


Over half of Porsche's 30,000 motorsport wins have been brought home in a 911. But while those trophies are cherished on mantelpieces and display cabinets, the millionth 911 is going on a little tour before it will be turned into a museum piece at the Porsche Museum. It will be retained by Porsche AG and will be driven all around the world – Porsche says it will see such sights as the fabulous Scottish Highlands, the legendary Nürburgring, and roads in the US and China, among others.

And to honor 911 No. 1, the 911 No. 1,000,000 is finished in matching Irish Green.

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