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1965-66 Porsche 911
"This is where the legend started," Stout says. "While these earliest 911s don't have the major improvements that came to the 911 over the next few years, they are exceedingly beautiful."
He adds 1965 and '66 911s also boast "a smooth and exotic-sounding 2-liter flat-six
Collectors certainly love the early 911s.Stout says that while good-quality 1965s and '66s sold for just $25,000 to $50,000 a few years ago, values have risen in recent years to $200,000 or more.
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