1973 Porsche 911 G
Can you believe that this 1973 Porsche 911 G before you has only ben driven for 27,341 miles its entire life? Neither can I, but that seems to explain why the German vehicle looks as good as it does. There were about 113 911 G vehicles built, all featuring the famous Carrera 2.7 RS engine; this is #56, and it’s a stunning example of Stuttgart engineering and design. I’m not sure how much one of these things was sold for bac in the day, but I’m sure it was well worth the money.
Showing off a Brown Copper Diamond exterior, the 1973 Porsche 911 G seems to be the perfect cruiser. Sure, it’s not as modern or well-equipped as modern cars, but this is all about the feeling and excitement of driving a classic. The 5-speed transmission will surely make things fun, considering it sends 208 hp to the rear axle, while the synthetic leather beige plaid colorway within the cabin is sure to make the driving experience more enjoyable.