Why Buy This 33k-Mile Porsche 911 for Over $165,000 When You Can Get a 254k-Mile Turbo Plymouth Voyager for $3,500?

I just don’t get it. Somehow we live in a world where non car-enthusiasts keep buying SUVs with no off-road capability, and car enthusiasts keep spending ridiculous sums on Porsche 911s. All this when really, they should all be buying this five-speed 1990 Plymouth Voyager Turbo for much, much less. What am I not…

This Guy Put Some Markers Next to His 1982 Porsche 911 and It’s Become a Mural of Inspirational Quotes

There’s something so comforting in life when the day isn’t going your way and you slump down in a bathroom stall, defeated, only to be uplifted by layers upon layers of motivational quotes—instead of insults or rumors from a decade ago—written on its walls. This 1982 Porsche 911 SC is the car equivalent of that.

Porsche's Still Covering Up the Logo on the 2019 992 911 as if We Don't All Know What It Is Already

The upcoming 2019 Porsche 911 992 generation won’t look vastly different from the outgoing 991.2. I know this because I’ve seen the mules already. So have you. They’ve been running around Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Nürburgring and now, apparently, Salt Lake City, Utah. What’s weird is that Porsche is still taping them…

A Porsche 911 3.0 RSR Manual Just Sold for $6,000 Because Everything Is Really Stupid Now

Look, I love old car manuals. Hell, I just spent $6 for a manual for a 1978 Volvo 343, a car I’ve never even seen in person. But when I look at Bring a Trailer and see that a 1974 Porsche Carrera RSR manual sold for $6,000, I can’t help but feel that nothing makes sense anymore and if we’re not careful, all of the…

The 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T Is the Perfect 911 If You Can’t Afford a GT3

Thanks to the insane popularity and profitability of the Porsche Cayenne and Macan, Porsche has granted us an insane selection of the 911 to suit every single driver’s demands. But! With 24 different models in the U.S., it’s hard to sort out which coupe, Cabriolet, Targa, S or Turbo is the right 911 for you. But now…

How the Mighty Have Fallen: 30-Mile Porsche 911 R Estimated to Take Measly $375,000 at Auction

Do you remember the Porsche 911 R? The first one on sale in the U.S. was listed for nearly $700,000 in late 2016. It didn’t take long for secondhand 911 Rs to start demanding over $1 million. But now, just a couple of years later, the 911 R is estimated to go for the dirt-cheap cost of just $375,000 at auction.