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Among 1967–68 Porsche 911s, coupes are king

The Porsche 911 has become synonymous with the idea of tradition over the past fifty or so years, but when it comes to resale value the beetle-backed 2+2 prefers to walk its own path. Many sports and specialty cars are worth more as convertibles; for most Porsches, the opposite is true. This odd inversion applies everywhere from mid-eighties 911SCs to the final 996 Turbos, but it is even more true for the years when the only available “convertible” Porsche was actually the rollbar-equipped Targa.


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