1964 Porsche 901

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Engine2.0-LITER FLAT-6
Exterior ColorRed
Interior ColorBlack and Wooden

Looking to replace the aging 356, Ferry Porsche’s son Ferdinand Alexander Porsche guided his design team in conceiving a vehicle that was distinct from the 356 but still unmistakably a Porsche. The car debuted at the 1963 Frankfurt Auto Show as the 901, but the model number was quickly changed to 911 after Peugeot claimed the rights to three-digit car designations with a “0” in the middle. The design of the car proved so enduring that the basic concept remains unchanged today despite continuous development.

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