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Porsche 911 Series - 911, 912, 930, 964
[1964 - 1994]

Restorers ourselves, we strive to replicate the showroom look. We have been manufacturing and distributing authentic reproduction Porsche parts for over 30 years. The 911 & 912, Dr.Porsche's second series of production car went through the coupe targa and convertible models. The Porsche 911 Series became Porsche's flagship line from the introduction of the classic 911 in 1964 up to the present. Though it underwent numerous automotive developments, it has maintained its distinctive rear-engined design throughout its years.

The 911 coupe's progression can be divided into: the 2.0-L 911 ('64-'68), the 911S/T/L ('66-'68), the long 911S/T/E ('69), 2.2-L 911S/T/E ('70-'71), the 2.4-L 911S/T/E ('72-'73), the 2.7-L 911/S, Carrera ('74-'75), the 3.0-L 911/S, Carrera ('76-'77), the 911SC ('78-'83) and the 3.2-L Carrera ('84-'89). The first Targa came in 1967 and the first Cabriolet in 1983. Other variants were: the 4-cyl 912 ('65-'69), the 930/Turbo ('75-'89) and Speedster ('89).

The 911's first major revision, the 964, was in late 1989, the all-wheel drive Carrera 4. The rear-wheel drive Carrera 2 and the Carrera Turbo versions were added in 1990. The Speedster was added in 1992. The 964 was replaced in 1995 by the Porsche 993. The Porsche 928 GT was the 911's original replacement but Porsche changed its mind. Our product line covers all these models and when ever possible parts are constructed of factory materials.



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Front Seat Covers
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Rear Seat Covers
Rear Seat Covers


Seat Pads
Seat Pads


Other Seat Hardware
Other Seat Hardware


Interior Panels
Interior Panels


Dash Accessories
Dash Accessories


Interior Carpet
Interior Carpet


Front Carpet
Front Carpet


Trunk Carpet
Trunk Carpet


Rubber Mat Set
Rubber Mat Set


Convertible Tops
Convertible Tops


Targa Top Skins
Targa Top Skins


Headliners
Headliners


Top Accessories
Top Accessories


Boot-Tonneau Covers
Boot-Tonneau Covers


Sunvisors
Sunvisors


Rubber Seals
Rubber Seals


Other Accessories
Other Accessories



The Porsche 911 Series became Porsche's flagship line from the introduction of the classic 911 in 1964 up to the present. Though it underwent numerous automotive developments, it maintained its distinctive rear-engined design throughout its 47 years.

The 911 was to replace Porsche's first road car, the 356. The 911 coupe's progression can be divided into: the 2.0-L 911 ('64-'68), the 911S/T/L ('66-'68), the long 911S/T/E ('69), 2.2-L 911S/T/E ('70-'71), the 2.4-L 911S/T/E ('72-'73), the 2.7-L 911/S, Carrera ('74-'75), the 3.0-L 911/S, Carrera ('76-'77), the 911SC ('78-'83) and the 3.2-L Carrera ('84-'89). The first Targa came in 1967 and the first Cabriolet in 1983. Other variants were: the 4-cyl 912 ('65-'69), the 930/Turbo ('75-'89) and Speedster ('89).

The 911's first major revision, the 964, was in late 1989, the all-wheel drive Carrera 4. The rear-wheel drive Carrera 2 and the Carrera Turbo versions were added in 1990. The Speedster was added in 1992. The 964 was replaced in 1995 by the Porsche 993. The Porsche 928 GT was the 911's original replacement but Porsche changed its mind.





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