Yesterday, I passed a new 911 in a metallic sky blue I hadn’t seen before. It was so bright it caught me off guard, and looked a little out of place. On the 911SC however, it is perfectly offset by the black trim, especially when complimented by black Fuchs like this example. As 911s follow the rest of the automobile (and human?) race in getting larger and fatter with each progressive generation, it makes me want to reach back further and further when I think about owning a 911. The SC may look like a drug dealer’s car to some, but I love the “Tea Tray” spoiler and black fender guard. While today’s 911s are insanely fast and relatively safe compared to their ancestors, the stories and possibility of pendulum-action oversteer gives me that butterfly nervous-excited feeling.
The Porsche 993 Carrera 4S is just one of those cars that stops me in my tracks every time I see one. Sure, people tend to ogle over the 993 as it was the final air-cooled 911, but the C4S is just one of those cars that, 17 years on, is just about as close to timeless as you can get. The wide fenders and subtle ground effects just make for such a visually appealing sports car while the proportions are still close to the original vehicle that debuted all the way back in the 1960s. This C4S for sale is located in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It has had three owners, with the current owner deciding to sell due to light usage.
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