1968 Porsche 911L
A good-looking and fun early 911

The one-year only 911L combined the drive train of the standard short wheelbase model with the vented discs, anti-roll bars and full instrumentation otherwise found on the 911S. As with many of the cars, this example initially went to the US, where the 1968 911S was not available, before more recently coming to the UK. Fitted with a slightly larger 2.4-litre engine on Webers while retaining its original dog-leg gearbox, the car has been extensively renovated and repainted since its arrival and given a mild sports-purpose make-over, with a slightly lower ride height, body and bumper stripes, a twin-exit exhaust and Recaro sports seats. Magazine-featured, it is a good-looking and fun early 911 at a more sensible price than many.