Last week we profiled a Porsche 914 and its owner as an indicator of how older, non 911s are starting to get some love as values are increasing. Just yesterday we stumbled across this video featuring an enthusiast, Mark, and his Porsche 968. As most of you know, 968s were the successor to the 924 and 944. Sold from 1992 to 1995, it was 80% new as compared to the 944 and seemed more 928 then 944. The 968 in this film features a 3 liter inline four cylinder making 236 horsepower. Even better this particular Porsche has the 220 option (Limited Slip Differential or LSD) and is covered in its original white paint. Mark explains why he thinks the 968 is often overlooked. We think that will change soon.
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