The Total 911 team’s dream £100,000 Porsche 911 garage

After choosing our £30,000 and £60,000 dream garages, last week we jumped right up to a theoretical budget of £250,000, a land where a host of neunelfer exotica lurks.

However, even if you’ve got a slightly lower six-figure budget to splash on a Porsche 911, £100,000 ($150,000) can still get your hands on some of the best Zuffenhausen metal around, both old and new.

Here’s the trio that the Total 911 team have chosen:

Porsche 993 Turbo – Lee Sibley, Editor
Porsche 993 Turbo

The last air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo has the best of both worlds for me: a traditional 911 feel in terms of its mechanical setup, twinned with superb performance that’s still not deemed slow by today’s standards.

The Porsche 993 Turbo made headlines when examples reached £100,000 last year, but low mileage cars are still climbing so it’s not too late to buy. A 993 Turbo is easy to drive too, so for me it’d get good use on the road when not taking pride of place in my dream garage.

Porsche 991 50 Jähre Edition – Josh Barnett, Senior Staff Writer
Porsche 991 50 Jahre

With £100,000 I could, quite comfortably, spec a brand new 991 Carrera or Carrera S. However, while a new 911 appeals to me at this price point, I’d prefer something a little more special. Step forward the brilliant 50 Year Edition.

This is easily the best of Porsche’s Anniversary 911s, complete with Pepita seat centres, chrome trims, and Fuchs-aping alloys. I’ve even managed to find a manual example so I can enjoy that superb 400hp, 3.8-litre flat six to its fullest. And, because it’s through Porsche Approved Used, there’s a two-year warranty.

Porsche 991 Carrera GTS – Steve Mumby, Senior Designer
Porsche 991 Carrera GTS

Having heard the praise from both Lee and Josh about the latest Porsche 911 Carrera GTS, this has to be my choice. For me, those centre-lock wheels really set off this elegantly-styled grand tourer.

The idea of owning the ‘missing link’ between the 991 GT3 and Carrera massively appeals to me; it gives the great performance, handling and fun of the GT3, with the everyday practicality of the Carrera. The subtle-yet-sporty styling is a bonus too!

What do you make of the Total 911 team’s picks? Which Porsche 911 would you choose if you had a £100,000 budget? Add your choices in the comments section below or head to our Facebook andTwitter pages now.

Comments (1)

  • kevin bodman

    For me,a 930 although they have their corks,u can always correct,it goes back to the poster on the wall,and the other poster being Farah Faucet..