A complete Guide to finding the Porsche of your dreams whether it be a brand new 911 turbo or a runabout 944. Porsche Buying Guide explains the nomenclature used by Porsche to differentiate its models (particularly a problem for the newcomer to the 911 family), identifies the model options to suit your budget, describes the rear-engined, mid-engined and front-engined cars, identifies those models best avoided by newcomers to the marque and clearly lists those models and years likely to suffer from rust.
With Porsche Buying Guide you can quickly narrow down a model to suit your needs (track days, racing, weekend fun, daily commute, SUV), your funds ($1,000 to $100,000) and your expertise at mechanics (can I maintain it or do I need help?).
Whether new or old, 911 or other, daily commute or track car, Porsche Buying Guide will take you through the processes essential to identify the Porsche for you.
Additional pages take you through the best practice to adopt when selling a Porsche or when buying a Porsche be it new or used.
When Porsche Buying Guide has helped you identify the Porsche to buy, our companion application – Porsche Archive – will provide the detailed specification of every road-going Porsche model together with a VIN decoder to help you verify the details of any post 1980 Porsche.
Every page of Porsche Buying Guide contains previously unpublished pictures of Porsches including road cars converted for track and rallying – see Porsches as they are meant to be seen!