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Porsche Classic Club Coupe

Porsche reveals a one-of-a-kind collaboration between Alexander Fabig, the company's Head of Individualization and Classic and Porsche Club of America with the reveal of the 911 Classic Club Coupe. The unique vehicle is based on a 1998 911 Carrera 996, which has been updated with Sport Grey Metallic paintwork, a double-dome roof, Fuchs rims, and a fixed ducktail-style spoiler that's inspired by the 1972 911 Carrera RS 2.7. Inside, the car has been finished with the signature colors of PCA and the interior has been fitted with woven leather in a Pepita houndstooth pattern. It also has been converted to a second-gen 911 GT3 and now has the 3.6L engine that produces 375 hp.

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