Porsche 911 (1964 - 1989)
Porsche 911 (1964-1989) Servicing
So if you are thinking of investing in one of the first Porsche 911 models to ever be released, the pure class and nostalgia that comes from driving one of the original models of Porsche are completely unparalleled by the later models. Unfortunately, with cars as luxurious as these, the price will inevitably rise along with the demand as they become harder and harder to come by. The reliability is likely to fall slightly as well.
This is where we come in. If you are lucky enough to be the owner of one of the most luxurious Porsche 911s, the highest in demand and oldest in age, you need to look after it effectively. This is not a car that you want to see written off, so by servicing regularly, you are minimizing this risk completely as we can help to make sure that your car is not only running as smooth and satisfyingly as possible, but we can also be much more likely to spot any developing issues earlier when they are much easier to resolve. This is a spectacular car as you know, and if you treat it well, it will do the same for you.
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How often should I service my Porsche 911 (1964-1989)?
The fact that these vehicles are the first edition of the Porsche 911 range, already adds a humongous amount of value and importance to the vehicles. But with age brings miles, and with higher mileages issues are much much likely to arise. That is why it is important to service regularly in order to avoid any issues and keep the car running at its best. Full services will need to be done at least once a year, especially before the colder months of the year.
What problems do Porsche 911 (1964-1989)’s run into?
Considering the age and rarity of these vehicles, it is without question that issues are becoming much more likely to arise. But gems like these are well worth looking after and any maintenance should be taken with a pinch of salt. Servicing these cars regularly is a must, in order to minimize problems. Things like oil leaks are much more likely to occur with age but can be easily spotted and prevented.
Is a 911 (1964-1989) a reliable Porsche?
Although these are the oldest and most original models of 911 Porsches money can buy, like all Porsches, they hold very well and are surprisingly reliable cars even at around 40 years of age. Although they are increasingly hard to come by, if you are lucky enough to own one, you are likely to be very pleased with the vehicle. As long as your 911 has been serviced well and regularly they can run for years and years to come.
Are Porsche 911 (1964-1989)’s Popular?
The oldest model of the Porsche 911 is obviously going to attract a certain type of attention. These vehicles are increasingly hard to come by which only makes the demand higher. These cars are likely to be very expensive and obviously possess a rather high mileage, looking for a model with mileage below 100,000 will take lots of patience and a very high budget. But mileage isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as long as the car has been well serviced and looked after.