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1965 Porsche 911

Owning, driving and maintaining a classic car gives you an unrivalled sense of pleasure and satisfaction; on the other hand, classic cars have now become sustainable, tax-free investments with a high return potential in many cases. Thiesen is one of the leading European classic car dealerships, highly regarded for its traditional approach and experience in international trading. Listed in their vast portfolio for sale is this beauty, a Porsche 911 2.0 Coupe Rallyecar from 1965. The 2.0-litre racing car features a 192hp Six-cylinder boxer engine, and was built up by a Porsche specialist according to FIA Appendix K for historic motorsport. The vehicle is road legal and has an actual FIA HTP.



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