The second Porsche supercar was the 911 GT1, which was based on a heavily modified 993 platform. Like the 959, it was produced and made available to the public for homologation purposes so that it could be raced by Porsche at Le Mans. The 911 GT1 was produced from 1996-1999. It has a water cooled twin-turbo flat-six engine that produced 700 bhp. With a 2400lb curb weight, the 911 GT1 was extremely fast. It had a 0-62 time of 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 235 mph.
Black Edition GT-Porsche Carrera
Buying a used Porsche 911 Carrera can be a difficult task if you don't know much about Porsche. Not everyone buying these days realise that a huge amount of the used Porsche 911 Carrera you see on the market today have been victim to minor and major crashes, and rebuilt just to be sold on. Lot's of these Porsche will be hiding some serious problems that are sometimes beyond repair and can cost thousands in after sale bills.
When you are buying Porsche its important you know what to look out for so you can spot the problems before you make a purchase. This way you will either be able to decide against the purchase altogether or haggle money off to get a better deal.