I thought that this flatnose Porsche 911 Turbo Targa SE was one of eight right-hand drive cars made by the factory. However, I’ve just received information that suggests that, in fact, it’s one of just two such cars built by Porsche. So it’s rarer than I believed! Please click here for more details of this Porsche.
A rare Porsche 911 Turbo Targa SE Flatnose that I have in stock is featured in this month’s Total 911 magazine, further adding to the car’s provenance. With images by photographer Antony Fraser and words by yours truly, it’s good to see the Porsche being appreciated by a wider audience. Please click here for more details of this rare Porsche.
I like my cars to be clean – whether my own or stock that I’m selling. However, I’m not a natural car cleaner who would happily spend all day polishing and detailing – I’d rather pay someone else to do that. That said, on a sunny afternoon, there is something very special about washing a Porsche 911. The shape, the size, the curves, the smell, all combine to make it a thoroughly special experience. I’ve just spent half an hour sponging down this rare flatnose and have come away feeling very relaxed. Save money on therapy – wash your Porsche […]
I spotted this car for sale on the 911UK forum and had to share it. At first glance, it looks like a flat nose 930 that’s been heavily customised, and from the bodywork point of view, that’s pretty much what it is, albeit with the later-type pop-up headlamps as used on the 964 Turbo 3.6S. However, it does not have a turbocharged engine. Instead, the 330bhp comes from a 3.4 litre normally aspirated engine, which means that the power will be quite different from that in an early Turbo. All this pales into insignificance, mind, when you look at the […]