Porsche presented in 2009 the 911 Sport Classic, a special edition of the generation 911 (997), which was released in just 250 units. This collector’s edition 911 was equipped with a 3.8-liter engine that produced 408 hp, which enabled the car to do the 0-100 km/h in 4.6 seconds, with its top speed reaching 302 km/h.
It was available exclusively with a 6-speed manual transmission, it had ceramic brakes, a sport suspension that lowered the bodywork by 20mm, a mechanical limited-slip differential on the rear axle and handmade 19-inch wheels.
The car had gray stripes and a big rear spoiler reminiscent of the one of the Carrera RS 2.7 of 1973. Its interior featured sporty bucket seats, in brown leather, a roof covered with Alcantara and aluminum decorations on the hand brake and gear lever.
The 911 Sport Classic that you see in the photo above is up for sale at Hexagon Classics, having traveled only 80 miles, with its price not announced by the company.