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Porsche 911 F-Model

Did you know? The original 911, with which the success story began in 1964, is often called the F model by Porsche enthusiasts. The term “F-model” at Porsche refers to the internal development and production code that Porsche used for this particular model of the 911. At Porsche, the various production years and model variants were labelled internally with letters that referred to specific technical and design changes. In the final expansion stage from 1972 to 1973, the 911 was then designated as the F model after A, B, C and D, and this designation has been retained to this day for all original 911s.

The Porsche 911 F-Model was the 356’s successor. They both share the layout with engine in the rear. In contrast to the 356, however, the Porsche 911 was built exclusively with a flat-six engine (six-cylinder boxer). From 1964 to 1973, a total of 81,032 Porsche 911 F-Models were produced. The Porsche 911 was already a 2+2-seater in its first iteration, but only built as a coupe and targa. The Porsche 911 F-Model was available with displacements ranging from 2.0 to 2.7 liters. Power ranged from 110 to 210 hp. Before the start of 911 production in September 1964, 13 prototypes were still built as the Porsche 901.

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